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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d c p 4 Tbt vnfltibi1t6tf J DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY I YILOME VI SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAYS AUGUST 17 1910 r NUMIEM3T a INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS The Best Teachers Institute Ever Held in Washington County Prof Colvin Elected to Conduct the Institute- in 1911 The most successful Institute ever held in Washington county closed Fri day the 12th mat and the teachers returned to resume their work filled with such inspiration such hope and such enthusiasm as was never before felt by them The Institute was conducted by Prof Geo Colvin Superintendent of the Springfield Graded High School and although it was the first Institute J work ever done by him he has proven himself in this as in all his undeitak ings second to none but equal to if not better than the best For the east five of six years he has not only made the psychology of the childmind and- 1the best methods of education his study but the conditions and needs of the youth and teachers of Kentucky When he stands before the teachers holding up to them high and noble ideals he at once gets from them a ready response for they know it not only cum a trom a friend who is vitally interested but from one who understands that his are no empty highsounding theories but theories tried and true learned at that best of all schools Experience While the able and ready response of all who were called upon did much to ward making this Institute the best this was due to the confidence of the teachers in their mstructor the knowledge that they stood not before a crit isbut a friend who was willing and anxious to help then From Monday rooming until 3 oclock Friday after ynoon not a moment passed but was full of interest and enthusiasm not an address made but was rich with the best of thoughts What Prof Colvin and Superintend ent Bush hive done towards the uplift ing ofthecause of education in Washington county the past five or six years can Only be appreciated to the fullest exf by those who omen contact with tentteachers from year to year Wash county has been considered far behind in education bu3 she is rapidly climbing and with such improvement in the future as has been witnessed in the past she will soon rank among the first The teachers and patroiis of the county should congratulate themselves upon having two such able and earnest men as leaders in education That the teachers do congratulate themselves was proven by their enthusiastic ap plause when Prot Colvin was nominat ed as instructor for 1911 and the unan t imous vote by which he was elected Mr Bush has always takengre pains to gat the very best talent in the State to conduct the Institute and this time lie found it at home The following resolutions were pI ted by the teachers of Washington county WHEREAS We the members of this Institute are able to congratulate ourselves on the awakening interest that i has been manifested by the earnest and efficient efforts of each teacher which marks an epoch in the educa tional history of Washington county and the State 2 We also cordially thank and extend our heartfelt appreciation to our wor a thy Superintendent and Instructor who have labored so earnestly through the entire week to make this the most inspiring Institute ever recorded in the annals of the county Further to ex press our appreciation to Prof Harmon adother visitors who have added so much to its success 3 We also thank the music committee for the delightful program rendered and especially the selections rendered by the little gills showing the influence of a Little Child even on a teacher 4 We are also indebted to the officers of the Baptist church and its estimable pastor for the services rendered us 5 We also heartily endorse the sentiment for a higher standard for teach ers with a proportional increase in salary making 40 per month the mini mum wuh a lengthen ing of term from six to eight months and that no certificate should be issued below the Second Class It is the unanimous opinion of the teachers of this Institute that no treasure contains more justice or would do more to develop our profession than one insuring tote teachers that when ii their best working days are given to the Cause they shall not become ob jects of charity by being protected in their old days 7 Wunanimously elect Prof Colvin who has proven himself most able an earnest instructor to conduct our Ins titute in 1911 JUDGE SAUFLEY DIES SUDDENLY One 6T Best Known Jurists In Kentucky of Heart fail ure At Stanford Stanford Ky Aug 12Judge Micah Chrisman Saufley presiding Judge in the Thirteenth Judicial district died suddenly here this morning of heart failure He was found dead in his yard where he had gone to feed his chickens after breakfast He had been in good health lately but since the death ot his son George fB Saufley last March the jurist had often shown the effect of a broken heart for he idolized his son Judge Saufley was sixtyeight years of age He was born in Monticello Wavne County entered the Confederate army when but nineteen years of age and served as First Lieutenant under Gen John H Morgan being captured and imprisoned at Johnsons Island The war over he came to Lincolin county and soon afterwardmarrIed Miss Sallie Rowan of McMmnville Tenn whom he had met during the war She was the daughter of a dis tinguished lawyer of that State S D Rowan and a greatgranddaughter of Goy Caswell the first Governor of North Carolina Judge Saufley prepared for the bar his life work at the Louisville Law School and quickly forged to the front of his profession He was an uncompromising Democrat of the old school MODERNIZE YOUR IDEAS Dont be a Fossil or a Mossback Get in Touch With the Pro gressive Spirit of the Age The best way to build up a city is for each and every man in it not to rend and tear down Whenever man is do ing well in the town dont try to tear him down All the residents of a town are partners not opponents In all like lihood the more business done by your rival the more you will doeAnd always welcome the progressive strangerhe- will be likely to bring into your community sound progressive ideas and help to dig you oil t of the stagnant rut It you treat him courteously he will usu ally prove to be a gentleman Everv business man who treats his customer honestly courteously and fairly will get his share and the more business that can be secured by united effort the bet ter it will be for all When a town ceases to grow it commences to die and the more people try to kill each other off in their business and good name the more rapidly will utter ruin come to all Stand together for the ad vancement of your city If a man shows ability to prosper do not pull him back through jealousy or weight him down with cold indifference RELIGION IN- CANAl ZONE Uncle Sam Owns TwentySix of ThirtyNine Edifices in the Panama Canal Zone = Church and State march hand in hand in the Panama Canal Zone The church is fostered by the state and much of its expense is defrayed The state is exemplified in the Canal Zone profiting for its part in the improved moral tone of its citizens The Canal Zone tow boasts of thirty nine churches ac cording to the latest issue of the canal record Of these twentysix are owned by the Canal Commission Ot the remaining thirteen eleven are upon land that is owned by the United States Of the two that are without connection with the state one is the Wes leyan church at Gatun and the other is t CLOSE WET ff VICTORYd Election Declared to Have Been Illegaland aOrderedfMajority Only Thirteen By a majority of thirteen the voters of this city yesterday at the polls expressed themselves as against local option and in favor of a return to the li censed saloon However a contest will be filed at once by the Anti Saloon League and it is probable that it will be at least several months before intox icating liquors can be legally sold in Lebanon It is believed that the contest which the AntiSaloonj League will file will be upheld by the courts and that the election yesterday will be set aside The grounds on whu h the suit will he based are that the ele tion was illegally called Under the Kentucky statutes it is compulsory for a petition for an elec tion to be filed at one term of court and the order calling the election made at the next term This wa not done The petition for the election yesterday was filed at the regular monthly term of county court in June and the order calling the election immediately entered The question is one that has been passed on by the Court of Appeals and sever al attorneys of the local bar when asked about the matter stated that yesterdays election was clearjy illegal and the courts wire certain to so hold The election passed off quietly The day was an ideal one so far as the weather was concerned and no disorder of consequence was reported although the streets were alive with people through out the day It is believed that a con servative estimate of the number of people on the streets in the forenoon housandThe i he5e liy the circus and apparently wed concerned in the outcome of tfrt election When the result bear known in the afternoon there was re joicing by those who favored the return of the saloon This Wad kept up until late in the night and some of the en thusiasm was in evidence at the circus performance in the evening For a crowd of such unusual pJ portions the order that prevailed was excellent and Chief of Police Yowell and a half dozen extra men appointed by Mavor C C Spalding had little difficulty in manag ing the throngs The campaign just passed was waged along different lines from that df three years ago and the bitterness that characterized the former election was not apparent Both sides however were organized and made an earnest fight for victory Lebanon Enterprise DECIDE FOR THE WETS Lebanon Ky August 16rpe Board- of Election Commissioners met here yesterday afternoon for the purpose of examining andcanyasing the returns of the local option election held on Aug ust 11 Twelve dry citizens objected to an issuance of a certificate of election to those in favor of licensed and open saloons The Election Commis stoners however found thatthe wets unamItion accordingly The general opinion is that a large majority of the prohibitionists are not lira lavor of a contest and some of the r leaders say that the election should stand as the vote was cast Public Speaking Judge Oearand Senator Byron will address the farmers on the tobacco situation at the Court House Monday August 22 inIvited to The Sun and CourierJournal SL66 the Episcopal church at Bas Obispo A pumber of chaplains are in the em ploy of the Commission They are of- various denominations and their duties practically conform to those of pastors in the States Some however have calls that ate spared their brethren oack home a not able instance being that of the commission chaplain of the Roman Catholic church at Empire who has to make a weekly visit to the leper settlement at Palo Seco The CQmmission likes to lend every encouragement to church work in the zone believing that it makes for the stability of the canal and good order in the villages within its jurisdiction u r Tuft VENOM OF IHE GRAFTER PerlUIVA True and Scathing Expof This Degenerate Brand of the Genus Homo iItt a He wrfcj engages in a fight againstI gratt ry expect always to incur the bitter of the grafters We use the wordgrafter here in its broadest sensealncluding the professional lob byist if lie man who sells his talent to a corrupjinterest to do its dirty work is in the ame class with the crooked public official whom he nays to prosti tute his office Indeed ofthe two the fulpableasthesometimes lessens the crime of the latter in the estimation of the public No matter in what form raft manifests itself however it is invariably accompanied by the most intense hatred of those who interfere withit The graftar is a peculiar specimen of the genus homo By some sys em ot dis torted philosophy he appe rs to have persuaded himself that his business is legitimate This is true of the type known vs the professional byist In this stte of mmdj his lObI against the honest man wh seeks to expose him is instantly aroused And itjs a consuming wrath the malignity of the anarchist or the black handi has but little advantage over is in tenI sityThis hatred mamtests itself in various ways Sometimes through fear of the hangmans noose it stops short of mui der and for a time at least contents reformersbtasiaess in fort to thwart his Ambitions as in thevcase of Folk of Missouri We saw it ahoot down Mayor Gaynor the other theltaJJfTsparticular wouldbe assassin was not charged with grafting all the cir i cumstances indicate that it was nut an outgrowth of the general feeling of en mity aroused by the Mayors efforts to stop graft We also saw it in an effort to assassinate the fearless prosecutor Heney of San Francisco And these conditions are not confined to St Louis San Francisco and New York They exist all over the country in every StateTof the Union wherever an honest man whether he be public of ficialor private citizen raises his hand in protest agamqt the professional lobbyist or the plain grafter the fight is Ion It has been more in evidence inn e cent years for the simple reason that grafters ot all grades andT classes have grown more numerous and more bold arousing honest men to more vigorous effort to thwart their claims Kentuc ky State Journrl TOE WASHI1HGJON COUNTY FAIR Begins a Week From ToDay and Continues Four Days Every Preparation Being Made We again wish tocall the attention of our readers to the fact that the weekIduring which time the highest class of sport and entertainment will be furnished those who attend Those who do not attend will have none but them notglvIpeople as a whole and like any other institution business social or political sft requiresthe support of the people co succeed It is the best medium to advertise the resources of the county atheringIones friends and acquaintances and in pleasant social intercourse lay aside the cares of business Let everyone make requentliThe Sun and Courier Journal I15H SpeciaIsForTheFalr I Suits Skirts Etc Womens ReadytoWear Wash Suits in Shepherds Checks Pink Blue Tan and White values up to 7 50 ff m I Ago forrLn 5oogo 3 300 CNoveltySilk ftSPECIAL things in Dutch Collars Belts Collar and Belt oseII Women and Childrens Oxford Slippers in Patent Tan and Metal at Cost x VICTIM OF f AN ASSASSIN7 t Mayor Gaynor of New York Sfcsfc by Jas J Gallagher as he Was Leaving for Europe sew York August 10 Mayor Was jJ Gaynor of New York was shot m TuesdayImorning by James J Gallagher a dis charged employe of the City Dock De c partment The shooting took place Mr the deck of the steamer Kaiser Wilhelik Der Grosse lying at her pier in Horn ken N J on which the Mayor was 08 the point of sailing for a top abroad Gallagher was at once arrested The bullet entered just below the right ear passing through the mastoid and trat eling from right to left and slightly downward He was immediately tie moved to St Marys hospital Hoboken had nursed a against the Mayor as he exclaimed after the shooting that he had deprived him of his bread and butter The wouldbe assassin was mobbed and his life was threatened before the police could lodge him in jail While the wound was considered dangerous nt first owing to the skillful medical attention the distinguished patient re ceived Mayor Gaynor is row out of danger and rapidly recovering Course in Agriculture The Western Kentucky State o School offers a practical course in Bas rmentary Agriculture Dem9nsttbo anJ actual work done on school farm Teachers will have an opportunity ta prepare for teaching the subject Great opportunities offered young men wW expect to make farming a life work Course begins Sept 6 1910 Write fore information Address H H Cherry President Bowling Green Kentucky t f f New Gun Gallagher grievance Mens9 Clothing Greatly Reduced 3 30go 1950 Mens Suits worth uo to 1750 10go for i 125oi 800 Youthsand Childrens Suits at Cost New Stock Mens Negli gee and Dress Shirts NecK Ties Hosiery Underwear Mens Oxfords and Pumps in Florsheim Douglas and Beacon at Cost in Patent Tan Oxblood Gun Metal We call your special attention to our Clothing including Hart Schaffner Marx Wellworth and Perfection that we are offering at Lower Prices than were ever made t Cunningham Duncan Co r i Springfield Ky 1818 8 e 8 p Ih N I The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY y Why worry when the swimming is rood Flyingis sadly in need of a safety attachment Dont make a man hot by telling him to keep cool Among the few things that are bet ter broken may be mentioned heat waves A German scientist has found 61 300000 germs in a raisin Boll your raisins Man has constructed the flying machine but he nag not succeeded in taming It tiLifeinsurancetake chances on the lives of aviators made a good gUe8 Instead of trying our popular songs on the dog we should first have them sung to the cow and note results The emperor of China Is to wear a military coat of European cut and tuck his shirt into his trousers China Is up and coming That boy aviator who cuts circles In the sky will not have to wait more findinghimself A New York woman has recently been hunting through that city for 1tn honest lawyer When last heard from she was reported to bv hoping DnThat New York woman who sent 1600 worth of Jewels to the iceman by mistake did not wrap up the chunk of he left under the impression thatIce was a diamond A St Louis professor has discovered that noise shortens life and this dis covert we recommend to the whis thing milkman and the neighbor who rises at 400 am to mow his lawn givesIpwn n music In the air as an expert says but that Is no reason why the milk man should whistle while making his early morning calls A financial news Item reports a su perflalty of money in London But even under such conditions and summer heat prevailing the average Englishman probably will not admit that he has money to burn A FlorIda woman who is the moth er of 13 children has received a sou venir spoon from the state As a doz en spoons constitute a set it will read tly be seen that she can furnish her table sooner by saving trading stamps A California girl fined a25 for rac- Ing her automobile against a steata locomotive told the magistrate that the fun was worth the price That is the trouble with the speed maniacs The fun is more important to them than the safety of the public highway and the fine that may be thrown In The only way to stop it is to impose a penalty that is weight r to them than the excitement of railroad speed on an open road- Americans are winning In fields where intellectual ability counts a well as In more materialistic lines The Royal Academy of Science Prussia has conferred on a young maii who formerly was a student at Colum bia university New York the Leib nitz gold medal a very notable dis tinction and awarded only to those showing high scholarship The winner is the first American to whom the prize has been given Everybody will rejoice that the fo 0est fires which threatened destructt to the big trees of Sequoia Nation brougtinderpast for the present The big tre are unique and once burned could reamongthe ittshundreds of years In addition to the long life they have already enjoyed The little submarine boat Salmon built for the United States navy seems to have shown beyond a doubt that she is seaworthy She made a trip from Quincy Mass to Bermuda over a course where rough weather and heavy waves are frequently encoun tryingand has demonstrated that craft this kind marbe operated effectin on the the water as well below Her exploit adds another the list of American submarines A woman lawyer who had exha ed every other resource during cryingThattorney ever has been able to answer Goldcontinues to pour out of Alaska in a steady stream with a tab prospect that the years yield will beat all records The recent addition tc the worlds supply of the precious AndtheJUnItedoutput and hence Is well fixed not withstanding the large exports lately p i KENTUCKY i GLEANINGS I IWHAT IS GOING ON IN SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH f SOON TO BE BUILT Prison Commission Plans Hospital for Frankfort Penitentiary Frankfort Ky Money which was appropriated by the legislature at the session of 1906 for improvements at the Frankfort penitentiary but never expended is to be used by the prison commission for the er coon of a mod ern hospital and also for the construc on of a large audltqrium in which and other s rvices can be heldImoney was used because it was not sufficient to do all that the prison commission and they waited hoping that an a propriation would be made sufficient to build a new cellhouse and make other greatlyneeded improvements They did not want to do a part of the improving and then have to mak changes in prdec to accpmmodate th additional buildings that were regarded as necessary The appropriation which will npw BndbidscqmmIssionformaking other Improvements The rooms over the present dining room which are used as a hospital will be converted into one large room with a small stage at one end It will be furnished with chairs and will be large enough to seat all the male pris oners now In the penitentiary about fItices in this hall and also lectures o sanitation The convicts will be shown and taught how best to take care of their health and will see illu s trated lectures on various interesting as well as educational subjects The Rev Walter Vreeland will have the largest congregations that heard any other chaplain in that pe Itentiary for he will be able to all the men in the prison before hi CpossiblespaceoWATEReObsesses Kentucky Doctor and H Carries His Bottle With Him At a recent meeting of the Lexington board of health when the subject of intestinal troubles was under dif cussion Dr J W Prjfor made the statement that during the months June July August and September h drinks no water that has not been boll ed rAfter has been boiledI ho said it is poured into gallon bot lIes the stopper pufUghtly in andfis set aside to cool As bottles are transferred to the refrigerator and when chilled by the Ice the drink is refreshing and germfree For the past 15 years all of the water that has passed my lips has been boiled said Dr J C CarrIck president of the board It has to be boned or I could not drink it Whenever I start out on a journey a bottle of boiled water goes into my fellowpassengerof s upon me take a drink from my water bottle inquire where I came from and why I carried water I have no doubt many of them thought me a little bit oft in the ups story and pitied me for the burden my precaution but I have as compensation for the little trouble It takes to boil the water good bodily and meat sufficientrre ommend to my patients th althey drink boiled water as I do all pt If more of them would till my advice and follow my example esthis leafier my visits to them wen r FARMERS INSTITUTE Will Meet in Paris Next WeekIn S sion for Two Days Paris KyThe Bourbon County Farmers Institute will be held hereon August 17 The Institute will con vend at the courthouse and will be in session two days In addition to a number of wellknown local speakers John G Blair and WD Nichols of the state department of agriculture will deliver addresses Some of the subjects to be discussed Eberlyarrantcessful county meeting ever held MILKthe Investi9atatIon Dairies Frankfort KyAt a meeting of urgcdthelion of the slaughter houses arid dairies of this county and city He said a report from R Ml Allen head of the pure food work In t state showed that some of the m sold contained from 18 per cent to 40 per cent of added water t 275 FEET j BOVE STKEEt i Workman Dangled From Overturned Scaffold on Cathedral Spire Until Rescued Louisville Kyi Four full minutes Fred Marty a workman dangled 27b feet above the sidewalk on Fifth avenue when a scaffold suspended from the Cathedral of the Assumption spire on which he was working turned turtle and the man managed to grip one of the crossbars of the scaffold His cries attracted the attention of W JE Callahan the foreman who was inside of the spire and he climbed out on the ledge and righted the scaffold theimperiledHe then assisted him to safety KENTUCKY RACING NEXT MONTH Lexington Is First to Ask for Dates Beginning September 19 LexingtonIt is very generally un derstood that it is planned that the 19SecretaryIt is the sentimenof the directors o the Kentucky association ihat a fall thatprules of the state racing commission require that all applications for dates must be made in writing to the secretary of the commission at least 30 proposed1QkWmfoHowin Kentuck will end at Latonia some time In No ember probably about the filth If this schedule is followed there will be hir 3 weeks of racing before the movera nt to the winter tracks in the south b gins With no racing in New York state after September 1 and none in Canada after October 1 it is argued by think ing men of the turf hero that Ken tuckys opportunity the coming fall will be the greatest In its history hlnLexington Mrs AJmanda Farris o1 Cleveland 0 the guest pf Mr and Mrs R L Baker of this city en route to Paris in an automobile fell Into the basement of the Bourbon garage and broke both arms at the wrists trainloadn dman passengerfway f Carlisle alnd Maysvijle causing about twelve passenger t to ar r ive and depart from here Augusta At Milford this county eC Purcell aged 18 was shot and kill c purhasedsee If it was in working order The latter not knowing It was loaded pulled the trigger and the bullet struck Purcell Reed had to be restrained heeMt SterlingState Chairman H R Prewitt is In receipt cif a letter from John W Vreeland member of the Democratic state central committee rom the Fifth Congressional district announcing his resignation The res Ignation will be accepted Vreeland stateexecutive14 years He has accepted public pf flee in Louisville and can not hold both places Cynthiana James H taged 66 confederate veteran died at his home here after a lingering illness of eight months The deceased was from a prom3 ant family and was born In Bourbon county His wife nee Eva PerrIn and one brqther Richard Dim mitt survives He was a member ol regimentiprisoner at Camp Chase and Camp Douglas and In all two years In prig aon atSomersetAt a mass meeting of tho the CorbinSpmer wasepurpose securing ldthe right of way and malting a locating survey for a proposed railroad from Corbin Ky to Hopklnsvllle Ky via Somerset and the Cumberland river Capital has been assured and tho uponebway and survey It will traverso tho richest coal and timber territory In Kentucky Paris Ky Herman Margolen rat this city announces the engagemen of his daughter Miss Esther Margolen to Gorge Colemand Schwartz of Pur cell Okla the wedding to take place in this city the latter part of this month f Mr and Mrs Hey Schuler of Mil lersburg announce the engagement of their daughter Miss fart Anna Schul or to Varnadore Grinnell of Cynthi Oiseuc t the home of the brideelects overate In Millersburg EJIzabethtown Jesse Castleman died from the effects Ca fall from the roof of the graded school building a Glendale otheIn thegaceived here He was shbt in tho hack as the result of a business dispute i is said The church Is the ora in lovIlkecclesiastical trial Vanever boica killed N VEILS FOR SUMMER II By JULIA BOTTOMLEY The veil taf summer is the airiest of creations falling about the brim of hats and over faces and floating free to the summer winds Dots set on have been shown less favor than lace patterns on a net ground or large meshed nets with figures woven In Those veils which are not of the floating kind are of the latter variety and are worn with widebrimmed hats and drawn to the back and under the collar It requires some care tp pin gettingundertime They are very neat in appear becomingHenceIn the necessary time to adjust and readjust them The lace veils show light pattern having a scroll border and butterflies birds or even tiny chanticlers woven in The heavy figures proved too un PARISIAN MODEL This model is of batiste made wt tucks and finished in front with band ofembroidery and a plaited frill of tho batiste The epaulets and deep cuffs are also tucked and tho rather full sleeves are encircled with bands of the embroid ery Needlework for Gifts Pretty work to keep pn hand fo summer and to get ready for the next gift occasion Is the shirtwaist frill of sheer handkerchief Its but tons made to match The scalloped edge of a graduated strip for the frill is done In ch1nablu- embroidery cotton and a set of si buttons for the front box plait of tho shirtwaist completes the gift Cover button molds with chinablue linen worked with white cotton These two mounted upon tissue paper afte the frill Is pressed Into plaltsnnd boxed make a most attractive little gift and represent hours well spent Red Leather Belts A pretty and odd finish is to bty a touch of red leather Sometimes it is just an oblong piece of leather sewed on the belt at the back where the blouse is fastened to coat Some times patches of leather are sewed on the front where the belt fastens While anty color with which redomay be con- bined it Is particularly effective o blouses of black and white shepherds checks becoming to meet with anything Hko general Cavbr They were In fact disfiguring Black chantilly and white wash nets with scroll borders are the most popular of floating veils and fancy largemeshed nets hold fits place in the others havjbeencooler than ausual mourning fab rics for thosepeople who must be out a great deal They are borderedwith bands of crape or with sink grenadine air other mourning fabric Rows of grosgrain ribbon graduated in width or otherwise are also used as a herder finish Veils of this kind hang straight from the hat brim and reach below the bust line A widebrimmed sailor for general wear trimmed with a band and adorned witlz ar white net veil Is about as satisfactory as any hat can be BLOUSES THAT ARE POPULAR Very Attractive and Becoming De signs Are Being Introduced This Season Overblouse effects are extremely popular this summer and some very attractive and becoming designs of this order are being Introduced The waist may of course be worn with any preferred skirt of harmonizing design either attached insemlprincess style or adjusted separately A French llningfforms the basis of many of the waists serving as a foun dation for the underbody which will prove the most effective if made of allover lace net or tucking the stand ing color being of the same material The waist proper is tucked from both shoulder seams in front and tack the front tucks terminating at bust depth or at the waistline as preferred At the neck edge it is cut circular fashion with a deeply pointed opening at the center front The sleeve cps may be made or without an opening to correspond Two sleeve models are given for the underbody The oneseam fitted sleeves lengthapuff are elbow length only The present season Is very prollfib In pretty fabrics that would be entire ly appropriate for the purpose Silk cashmere albatross messaline shan tung foulard and chiffon pongee ar advantageously used V GirlsriMany flounced hats are being wo by young girls the materials lace or plaited chiffon over lace The extremelyd oxthe top of the high crown and falling an inch or more below the brim all roUnd Festoons of baby rosebuds not larger In diameter than half an inch theda tinted gardenia with foliage Is plftc at tbo left side of the front Harpern Bazar Tip on Scalp Massage A skillful doctor of the scalp say she gets best results for the hair lworking freely on the muscles that run down the neck at each side just under the ears These connect closely with th blood vessels In tits scat and +ibloojd Is forcedup into health life Flectricitysusedwomenwhn n have it applied through xtipo pf fingers on these neck muscle k IA BAD THJJiG TO NEGLECT Dont neglect the kidneys when yotb notice lack of control over the secre tions Passages become too frequent scanty urine la disc rllj colored and eedI ment appears Nc dr j medicine for such ii trpubles like Doana Kidney Pills The quickly remove kid nay disorders- A Dashem 241 N Grant St Wooster 0 says The doe tors diagnosed my case as gravel but my agony In creased under their treatment and I soon became too weak to stand alone I had given up all hope of living more than a few weeks at the best DoansKidneyuse I passed two gravel stones After that I improved rapidly until cured Remember the name Doans For sale by all dealers 50 cents ft BUffalOpN t What They Did With Them An American who spends much of his time in England tells of a cockney who went to a dealer in dogs and thus described what he wanted Hi wants a kind of dog about so Ighan so long Hits a kind of gryound an yet it IsI f slim round the body But still es a kind o gry hound Doyou keep such dogs1 We do not said the dog man We drown em Casey at the Bat This famous poenvis contained in the CocaCola Baseball Record Book for 1910 together with records schedulesrfor both leagues and other baseball information compiled by au thorities This Interesting book sent by the CqcaCpla Co of Atlanta Ga on receipt of 2c stamp for postage Also copy of their booklet The Truth About CocaCola which tells all about this delicious beverage and why it is so pure wholesome and refreshing Are you ever hot tired thirsty Drink CocaCola It Js cooling relieves fatigue and 9uenches tho thirst At soda fountains and carbonated In bottles 5c everywhere DIDNT LIKE DARK COLORS JohnsI heard you tell that man to never darken your door again Trying to marry your daughter ThomasNo hes a painter and he painted my front door ebony instead of oak Cleaned Out uI cant pay this taxicab bill Then Ill take you to a police sta tion 1 uIll pay it But take me to the poorhouse apd leave me there Louisville CourIer Journal We take other mens knowledge and opinions upon truth which Is an idle and superficial learning we must make it our ownMonUlgDe f A COOL PROPOSITION And a Sure One tThe Body Does Not Feel Heat Unpleasantly If It has Proper Fo- odGrape=Nuts rnPeople can live Ina temperature which feels from ten to twenty degrees cooler than their neighbors enjoy by regulating the diet is to avoid meat entirely for rbreakfast use a goodly allowance pf followheaping teaspoonfuls of GrapeNuts treated with a little rich cream Add to this about two slices of crisp toast with a meager amount of butter and one 1cup of wellmade Postum By this selection of food the bodily energy is preserved while the hot car bonaceous foods have been left out The result Is a very marked dIfference in the temperature of the body and addedytion for the food being partially pre digested is quickly assimilated by the digestive machinery foodyTheyoto the comfort of the user Read the little book The Road to Wellville in pkgs Theres a Reason R tr 0 eLure oftheIational Capita e WashTber and scores of them stay until the adjournment and other scores stay gall through the summer fl Some men who before they were sent to congress rarely left the environments of their home villages have found after a term or two in the capital city that the district had providedcounts to keep them in comfort in the city by the Potomac There are former senators and representative whose Influence has been sufficient to secure them wUlnotwill pay them for their stay The lot of these men seems to be particularly fortunate and they are the objects of more or less envy on the part of those who would like to stay here but who owing to pecuniary rea fn sEnTO REP OHN- DRZEI L m sons and to inability to get office are compelled to return home There are plenty of evidences that former rep resenlatives who have chosen after having once been defeated in the home district to stay away freefromhaps there is no reason why they should be Wh en a man who has spent his entire life among cer thin people is weaned away from them by a short residence elsewhere it seems that resentment springs and few denials probably will come to the offiiIng home are not without frequent intimations that the people back in the district regard them in some degree as deserters Of course there are exceptions to every rule and in the case of senators and representatives of long service who are poor and perhaps too pld to renew the practise of the law or to take up again their mercantile business where they dropped It to serve their constituents there Is excuse for the acceptance of office In Washington In order that the way of old age may be smoothed Then again there are the cases of men who have been in Washington so long representing their states or their districts that Washington has become their real home and here they stay after a change of party administration has removed them from representative office Of the men who stayed in Washington because the place was like home there should be mentioned former Senator Stewart Silver Stew art of Nevada who died recently He was a noted figure on the Washington streets all through his congressional career and through the few years of his retirement prior to hIs death Stew arts hair and beard were as white as the snow on the top of the Nevada mountains but until within a few hours of his death he was apparent ly as strong as any tree that grows below the mountain timber line representativeswhofloor of congress They have the right there to appear because of their former services There is one marked and shining exception however to this rule of occasional return to the chamber where the legislative service was rendered When Senator Spooner of Wisconsin left congress in 1891 to be gone six years he declared that he would never appear upon the floor of the senate while he was out of officenor would be go to the Capitol unless his professional business called him to practise before the Supreme Court Spooner kept his word He always had objected to the rule which admitted former senators to the floor of the senate He did not say so but he thought that in some few cases the lobbying opportunity might be too strong to be resisted by some of the senators who were not above using their personal influ ence with their former colleagues on behalf of Rome specific Jegislatlon In the of 1907 John C Spooner resigned from the United States senate After the six years of his absence from congress was ended he had been returned again to the upper house but In the spring three years ago he resigned to enter the pricise of law Since the day that Senator Spoon er left for this supposedly the last time he has not been seen in the senate of the United States nor has he been seen in the corridors of the cap itol He is in law practise In New York and oc casionally he comes to Washington butt unlike many other former representatives he shuns the actuaJ scene of his legislative activities Gen Charles Grosvenor of Ohio who was In whotacterSia man lively and energetic in debate and appealing personal qualities stays in the Buck r COPYRIGHT Bt1Y A All rrERsON eye state most of the tiitxe now that he has retired from congress but the Washington lure draws him here occasionally and he is seen al ways in his old haunts General Grosvenor was such a fixture that it seems impossible to realize placesthatNo one misses Charles Grosvemor more than Champ Clark the Democratic leader Grosvenor is a standpatter of such strength that Mr Cannon it was said used to sit abashed in hjls presence J1IA Mr Clark is a free trader so sturdy that the other strong one are weaklings b u t nevertheless thes two tariff ex trem es met and formed a friendship that time and separation have not been able to break It was said by some of the high tariff Republicans when General Grosvenor retired that they were not entirely hopeless as long as John Dal zell of Pennsylvania remained with them Dalzell recently had i narrow escape from losing the nomination for congress If he by any chance should be defeated at the election it is believed that the lure will be as strong upon him as it has upon the others Dalzell is as picturesque In his way as Gros venor is in his way It always was said of him that he never slept He Is nervous energy in the essence and more watchful of Republican interests generally on the floor than is the titular Re lookingoutOne drowsy June day when the house was heavy and business was simply droning its way through Dalzell yielding to environment nodded and then napped Instantly the wily wide awake Democrats put through something to which no one saw any objection It touched Plttsburg Dalzell awoke too late He had been asleep at the switch Had his eyes never known night since that hour he could not have lived down the memory of that one unconscious moment One day just before the close of the last session as he was leaving the White House three voices in unison called to him so that all within a block could hear Any sleep this session John Dalzell was wakeful to this emergency and his answer carried little comfort fo the Inquirers for none of the three was a standpatter Not if the tariff is up he said During the closing days of the last session of congress something fafilibuster was ate tempted by the Democrats in the senate in Qrder to make sure that action should be taken on the statehood bill A filibuster is known to the par ties as an attempt to delay legislation The son ate has no set rules like those of the house and so if one man chooses Jo talk on any particular subject he can delay the consideration of any measure that he chooses and the limit of bis en durance is the limit of the delay that he can force although if he has other senators of his own mind they can spell him In the speaking and thus in relays continue the filibuster almost indefinitely One of the most noted filibusters of recent years was conducted by three men still in the service and curiously enough the arrangement for the filibuster was made by members of both parties The active participants wore Senators Stone of Missouri and Gore of Oklahoma Demo crats and Senator La Follette of Wisconsin Re publican These three senators made up their minds that they did not wish to have a yote taken on the currency bill which bad been Jntrcduced by Sen ator Aldrich of Rhode Island a bill which some of the senators said was a mere makeshift and would accomplish no good purposes In these days it is hard to find in congressa typical Yankee voice which the Englishmen say is our national characteristic Gore of Oklahoma however has it Why it Is hard to tell but no Visit in lull measure and no Maine coast main n Yankee voice characteristics can surpass this senator of the western plains state The filibuster in which Gore La Follette and Stone took part teas contained through a night and a day when Washington was hotter than It ever had been known to be before at least so the natives slY When Washington heat takes pos session of the capitols Ulterior it lays hold on the premises not to let go until November It Is impossible to keep cool in either house of con gress when the heat of this climate strikes In During the fearful heat and humidity all One night long Senator La Folletto spoke in an en deavor to keep the currency blllfrom coming to a vote He held the floor for 181 hours practic ally without stopping Senator La Follette is for tunate in one respect When he was a boy and a llltlf ater he had a thorough training In elocu tion Jt his teacher taugfi him noting else he gave hl n the secret of strengthening his voice At the end of 18 hours of strenuous ort La Follette spoke as clearly as ho did at the be ginning Perhaps this is not the exact truth for as a matter of fact curiously enough the Wlscon tJj 4 t m i 3ENcIONN 1 T 74ARTr sin senators voice seemed to be actually in 7e1 ter condition during the closing hour of his ad cress than It was during the opening hour The Wisconsin senator naturallY has rather s rasping voice which like Gore of Ok lahoma is open to the Yankee characterization but twang accent Idiosyncracy orwhatever you may choose to call it passes with the first row minute- ofutterance The roughness is smoothed away an the words fall smooth and rounded and with a certain appealing force even though the subject have nothing of appeal righthedoes not of necessity have to confine himself to the subject in hand So It was that UB Follette di not speak entirely of tHe currency question bu about other matters as well Occasionally in order that he might spare his brain the trouble of thought and so keep it unwearied he read fronia book of fiction spokthere ber Hour after hour he spoke and then takin up his book of fiction he read with a perfect re Bard for the rules of enunciation His auditors were becausepersoinreading For Its subject matter perhaps they cared not S whit and yet by the force of his reading elo quence he drove it home to their attention When La Follette had ceased speaking Senato- Gore of Oklahoma who as had been planned took up the work and kept at it for some hours He was relieved by Senator Stone of Missouri who already was tired with his previous vocal attempt to keep upforbeingbllndator Stone whom he expected was to relieve was not present iti the chamber when the Oklah ma senator sat down for the third time The vice president instantly put the vote and the filibuster r had been in vain WALKING FOR HEALTH Who has not heard that certain exercises are good for us because they shake up the liver B uptheand ordinary men and women are very far fro largelyHence if it be more violent than that to which ono is accustomed more bile and sugar may be forme than can be taken care of by the system and th subject may have what Is called in popular parlance a bilious attack Now this is where walkln comes in as a medium in exercise We ca often walk off a headache or a digestive distur trotbleauthoritythat digeflanbetter if you walk immediately after having eaten It than if you sit still Try this and Jf you are thin you will gain in weight besides saving mo in the cost of living than you will lose in the we and tear of shoe leather But suppose you are already corpulent will walk ing after meals in that case make you stouter No Paradoxical as the statement sissy sound walking will in that case make you thinner Fat fsa very unstable compound and when it is present in excess more of it i destroyed by the increased amount of oxygen Ifl the bloodduo to xerclBe=than is deposited by the blood while then the other hand when adipose tissue is deficient the particlesthus the thin subject grows heavier Walking then In the open air is an exercise par excellence for everybody It shapes up the liver just enough to keep it In good working order It enriches the blood by Increasing its amount ol oxygen thus favoring the destruction and elimina tion from the system of poisonous waste products Indfinallymuscles It tends to prevent the deposition of more bid matters of a tuberculosis or cancerous nature t SULlivAN MICHEL An East Boston doctor told of the experience a druggist the other day who sold soae alcohol signedbookthai name twisted It is Michael Sullivan and not iwata Michael same as they turned it around the director1 Bostu lourna 4 t J t + f IiROUND ABOUT STATE ti MOST IMPORTANT NEWS ALLI+ + + + t + ttttto + tt FAIR FORMALLY OPENED Judges for the Various Live Stock Classes Named The Blue Grass fair formally opened at Lexington and the officials think that it was the most successful fai ever held The judges for the various live stock classes served as follows Dept A Breeding Classes for Thoroughbred HorsesW J Young Lexington Ky Dept B Breeding Classes for Stand WitherspoonVersailles Dept C Breeding Classesfor Amer lean Saddle Horses A S Bond Sand rs Ky Dept D Fivegaited Saddle Horses T M Wilson Cave City Ky Dept E Threegaited Saddle Horses J W Bales Richmond Ky Dept F Fine Harness Horses A S Bond Dept G RoadstersJ Miller Ward Paris Ky Dept H Heavy Harness Horses and iWIlsonDepttieitit A Judy West Lebanon Ind Dept L Classes for Shorthorn Cat KyDept and Jen KyDept Cat tlelI A Judy Dept M Classes for Hereford M A Judy Dept N Classes for Aberdeen Angu Cattle M A Judy CattldDept Q Classes for SwlnerProf E LexingtonDept R Classes for SheepJ Hal Woodford Paris Ky CISTERNtDisappearance of Son of Italian Frolt IDealer Solved Lexington Ky Floating in a dis used cistern in a vacant lot at Lime bodygof ing since the afternoon of July 15 has been found The boy was a son of Joseph Demma an Italian fruit dealer The find was made by John Muth son of P Muth a baker who owns the property in which the cistern IS located The condition of the body was such that it was ordered taken Lexingtorn The belief Is gaining ground th the Demma boy was murdered father and mother visited the caste the day after t disappearance and PPoP1e w s on the covering had not been moved for weeks and that the weights could boyaFREEFORALL FIGHT Constable Tried to Collect Execution in Kentucky and Trouble Ensues JoildonKyA telephone messa from McKee Jackson county tells of whitph thmj an execution and being alone was forced Ip leave emptyhanded by Adkins and sonsd otheagain and a general fight followed i tnhe probably fa i tallyv stabbed in the side Adkins and his son William were both shot and d wyas rse anerd man both are possibly fatally injured fjEP0l3T3at Kentucky Banks Make Good Showing of Resources Under Last Call Frankfort Secretary of State Ben L Bruner who Is at the head of the banking department issued a statement of the condition of the 481 state banking institutions and the 149 n a tional banking Institutions in Kentucky The secretary of state and the controller of currency call d for bank statements on the same date which enabled the two officials to make joint reports The 149 nations banks lead the 481 state banking institutions by cver9OtJoOOO in resources The total Is 217 976 47274- COMMISSION GRANTS PAROLES Frankfort The prison commission at its session here granted the follow ing paroles Sid Roach Graves coo n ly life sentence for murder served 17 years Pearl Brown Hopkins county servedo4 b servedthe 7 r son county 13 years for manslaughter Franiyears r served 3 years J MI ON COMMISSION ACTa Staff Appointed at the Frankfoc t1en Eddyvill Penitentiaries prisoacommission term men for theFrankfort and Eddy vllle penitentiaries Practically all of the men who have been four years at each prison were reappointed The appointments for the Frankfort prison are Warden Col E E Mudd Har tdin county deputy warden S M Lykins West Liberty Ky assistant deputy warden T M Phythian bonier countyc1erklain Rev Walter Vreeland Louisville and physician Dr E H Meggard Ashland Eddyville Warden HT Hagger wardenrassistant deputy wardens C B Miller of Hardin burg and William Wilson of Sturgis Clerk W N Winn of Gallatin county and physician Dr R H Moss of Hog denville PHONE GIRLS STRIKE jmerset hrAngrybecause a chief operator had been sent from the home office to show them a few things about operating the entire force of the Gaineaboro Telephone Cos local exchange went out on s strike A few days ago when officials of the company at Cookeville Tenn sent MisS Itift V1IaceI an operator to this office to instruct the local theetclared they were far superior in their ability to the newcomer and refused to work longer They also asked for higher wages Manager Godbey and a force of linemen have been busy at the bcvarji try allefnsupon dire hu miliatione I Kentucky Intelligence I Hopkinsville eCharles Bond a ne- gro was arrested here upon a request ataarthageTenndered Bob Grimes colored at that place in November 1j02 Lexington Under the direction of the Fayette county board of health an inspection of all the dairy plants in the vicinity of Lexington has been begun It will take more than a month to complete the work GlasgowThe American Onyx Co with a capital stock of 50000 has been organized and incorporated un derJhe laws of Indiana The quarries are situated at Cave City this county near the maid line of the Louisville Nashville railroad FrankfortMiss Mary Ann Ben clerkfcandrninraw of Phil Grlnstead becomes clerk in the office of Superintendent of Pub lie Instruction Regenstein Louisville Joseph Wendling accused of the murder of 8yearold Alma Kellner here who was captured in California after a 12000mile chase has arrived here in custody of Chief of otPoYeeWendling maintains his innocence and GadgFulton sergeant of the state senate and for mer state fire marshal was elected all employment agent by the Prison Commission the place having been created by the present legislature It Is the duty of theEmployment Agent to look after the paroled prisoners keep in positionserthem they are released from dthe prison Frankfort Judge Flnley E Fogg prison commissioner filed with the secretary of state and the Railroad Commission articles of Incorporation1 of the Cane Valley Railroad Co of Morgan county The road will be built from Cannel City to the mouth of Cane creek opening a rich coal and mineral deposit and will be 13 miles long The incorporators have put up 100000 for the road They are Hen ry W Holly Francis M Leach Chas H Potter William F Wood and S R CollierLouisvilleMrs C A Muena of Hume Mo from whom It Is under stood Chief of Detectives Carney learned the address of Joseph Wend ling wanted In Louisville on the Charge of murdering Alma Kellner ihas put In a claim for the rewards of feted by the state city and several citizens for Jie arrest and conviction pf Wendliiig Mrs Muena in her let ier says that she is wearied out with elephone calls and newspaper report ors and claims her business inHume has been injured to such an extent ihat she will have to open for the fall wade In some other place FrankfortAudlior Frank P James gave out the financial statement of the state as it was the first day of August There are now 160259570 in out standing warrants This amount has Increased nearly 300000 during the month of July as there was only 139793762 in outstanding warrants the first of July The balance in the sinkii5 fund Is 13892718 and in the school fund 31320811 The deficit in the general expenditure fund Is 27 C1534 leaving a balance in thetrea atiJpl1ntIr t t A Dc THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 1910 I fSPRINGFIELD f SUN JUUED EVERY WEDNESDAY i SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance L SMITH Editor and Publisher tered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the mailS as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Ome Year 100 Six Months 60 Three Monthsr 25 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESSIHON JTo Our Subscribers As this is a very dull time in the prin ting business we wish to ask of the subscribers to the Sun who have been receiving the paper for the past one or 2 years and have not paid foi same to please call andsettle or send check to os by mail AT ONCE These are very doll times with us and after giving yru one and two vears to pay such small acs count we hope to hear from those ow iag such small amounts at once as we believe nd man will find it hard to dig up a dollar or two to pay for his home paper on such liberal terms Look at the label on your paper and if you have not paid for a year or two come inand settle with us N THE INTEREST OF GOOD ROADS We are publishing this week an advertisement from the County Road Su pervisor asking for bids for work on certain sections 6f turnpike in tnis coun ay in order that contracts may be made for the work necessary to be done on r the roads and for which money has been appropriated by the Fiscal Court The law requires only one advertisement to fee made but as all the sections have not been contracted for and as the officials ve very anxious to have the work com pleted they inserted this supplementary advertisement with the hope that the citizens of the county realizing the miserable condition of the pikes will interest themselves and cooperate with them in improving the condition of our highways It is needless to say that the roads of this county are in a most deplorable con dition This is due partly to the fact that there is not enough money availa t ble to put them Incondition and partly because all the money that is appropriated is not used The latter difficulty can be obviated by the people contract ing to work the pikes A county road overseer can cdmpelIhe pope on his road to work but a County Supervisor cannot and should not receive all the blame for the lack of work on the pikes By all means let the roads be improv ed to the extent that the money appro priated will improve them if expended and let the people see that this is done If something is not done in a short time many miles of pike in this county will be practically impassable Death of Mrs Gray Mrs Sarah Gray a formerresident- of this county died near Woodlawn yes terday morning of the infirmities inci dent to advanced acre she having been eightyone ears old l one jThedeceasedwas man and had many frienc s in this and Nelson counties who wi mourn her deathBeforeher marriage Mrs Gray was a Hardestv and is survived by her bro ther T Hardesty and sister Mrs Lu cy Sale She was the mother of Messrs James arid Frank Gray Funeral services were held at Pleas ant Grove this morning at 11 oclock ReV WA Wolfe conducting the obse quies Unfortunate Accident J J H Hays waste victim of a se rious accident near Wilhsburg recently while moving his thresher In some manner his hand and part of his arm were caught in the fly wheel of the machine and Before h e could extricate it his arm hfcti been broken about lour inches above the wrist while his wrist was also thrown out of joint Mr Hays was attended by Drs Hyatt Thompson and Yates who set the arm and dressed the injuries and he is re ported to be doing well The School of Music Persons desiring a full course in Vo cal and Instrumental or Public School music will enjoy unexcelled opportunities in the Western Normal Write for special information Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky- fNWICK Mr and Mrs J E Harmon attended SundayJohn from Ir vine Thompson price 250 Messrs Shannon Thompson and Har ry Janes were at Prathers Creek on business Thursday night Stanley Rogers and Irvine Thompson called on the Misses Hollensee in Lou isville Sunday Dick Horn and family John Gillespie and daughter Susie and Hattie Bowles dined at the home of Butler Shewmak er Sunday Miss Sadie Fenwick is the pleasant g est ot Grace Arnold this week Misses Hattie Bowles Gladys and Su sie Gillespie attended the Hsrrodsburg Fair last week Hattie Bowles Susie Gillespie and Fae Horn are visiting Mrs O B Shew maker this week The at the Bap tist church isproJtressmg nicely Verna Rogers is on sick list Rumor reports a wedding soon in this villageIf liver is sluggish and out of tone and vou feel dull bilious consti pated take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to night before retiring and you will feel all right in the morning Sold by all druggists H Mules Wanted H II w ill be in Springfield next Monday August 22 county court day to buy 100 mule colts 50 yearlings and some work mules B G FOX18 ele8 8 oooooo oooooooI0EverythingToilet and Health 5 at this drug store Here you will J find sanitary nursing bottles teething rings rubber diapers talcum powders dainty soaps scalp washes and a hundred other infantile requirements 0 a If there is a baby in your a home appoint us as his druggistn That will go far towards insuring his health and comfort ILEOHAYDONoTHE PRESCRIPTION STORE Ilonf r t Dr GT Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN W RK A SPECIALTY 1All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky moo in flagon Block up stairs local News Notes INew Hats for the Fair at money saving prices Miss Willie Knott rESTRAYAbout five weeks ago a redheifer with white spots strayed from my place weight about 700 pounds Reward for im formation of where aboutf J C Clements FARM FOR RENT At Frederick town Ky of 143 acres Both upland and bottomland Good house and stock barns 8 acres tobocco barn Address or Phone J R Connor Spiingfield Ky Stunning New Hats fort the fair at Mrs Willaihis NOTICE jAH persons indebted to the old firm of McElroy Shuts are hereby notified to call and settle at once and save cost Books to be found at ShuUs Cleavers Haidvrare Store u LosTBrown handbag between Springfield and St Catherines Con taming a ladys watch arid money Re ward Return to this office All kinds of Veils for the fair et very low prices Miss Willie Knott Messrs W H and J H RusseJ have sold their farm the old Tingle farm near MA le Hill to Vallas Pinkston The farm contains 77 acres and the price paid was 50 per acre Messrs J C McElroy and Wallace Mudd have purchased the W A Duval place in Nelson county about two miles from Bardstown on the Bloomfield pike The farm consists of 380 acres Nelsonnot known it is thought to be about 20000 i Nad Hardin was again the leading figure in Judge Noes court last Satur day when he was fined 50 and costs for haying hipped Lucy Clay a colored woman in 1 ockertown It was one of the usual fi hts which occur in Hocker in which considerable profanity as well as a good dial of scrapping was indulg ed in by both parties Nad not having the money to pay his fine went to jail his thresher out the last Thursday Ed Whilemfvmg a small bridge from town No one accident and after seyeral hours of work the thresher was able to resume its journey The bridge was demolished but has again been put- in repair In the course of a few days extensive street improvements will be begun in Springfield The Council willexpend from 800 to 1000 in improving the thoroughfares and will tonight award the contract for the work This will come as welcome news to the citizens as the streets are not in the best of condition the mosquitobre eding ponds being especially offensive School Tax for the year of 1910 was due July 1fivepEri- cent penalty will be added to all lunpaid tax September 1 G C Wharton Treas NOTICE rThe firm of JW Jarboe Co have sold their Flour MIto Messrs McWhorter Wills and hereby request all who are indebted to the old firm o sail and settle as this business must be settled up at once without fur ther notice J W Jarboe Co 1m IMoundGity paints may cost a little imore but Leo Haydon NOTICE Notice is given to all in debted to me either by note or account that they must settle with me at once or I shall proceed by law to collect the same Ii shall lake the same steps against all who are indebted to The Geo Bohon Co and whose notes or accounts have been placed in myhands for Collection if not settledrat once HARTW LL ETHINGTON 20 3t Willi burg Kv THE CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB Arc you ready tor the Fair Avoid the rush and let us make your old clothes new All the new creases Prompt delivery to all parts of the town We also do work while you wait Giye us a call Firstclass world at low prices Shop next to Clerks officej 4o G Gowdy J R Connor City has for sale a good large brood mart bred to jack and one yearling mare mule and about 300 bushels of corn 4 4H fii+ 4t +M+ 1JoBe iven Away ftit I + iWill You Take Advantage of This Offer P i i For Next 30 Days i+ We are Going to Give Away Our Profits l 4f On each purchase of Dry Goods Dress Goods Silks ++ White Goods Laces Embroideries Ginghams Dress +and Waist Linens Lawns Table Linens Towels +Napkins Readyto Wear Waists Silkand ft i Satine Petticoats Rugs Carpets MattingsLinoleutlls Oil Cloth Window t 4Shades Wall Paper Lace Curtains iMens and Boys Clothing Hats Shoes Etc t t A few Ladies Tailored Suites at HalfPrice IA few Mens Suits at HalfPrice 4 t Just Received big line Childrens School Shoes at Low Prices ttttRegular 125 Lace Curtains t 75Go for Per PairJ C + Regular 10 Lace Curtains 1 00Go for Per Pair it Regular 225 Lace Curtains 1 50Go for Per Pair of this and of last by to were in Mrs here and in this Mr is one of the best men of the and is the son of Mr Jas To the the Sun its r I the with the and by the L that all the the at the term be on the of j the call to the not yet t Part of Sec 39 to Run on and of Sec 40 Run to Dr on same Sec 46 e Run to line 47 and 29 The and 48 and 26 and 4 and 50 and 51 of 57 and 58 of the Run 55 the of M D to the 64 Two to 56 and 8 On the Li the line to the Sec 5 Sec 72 Tick road Sec 73 will with any or who are to with and so All be bv Nov 1 1910 AH bids to be me at once AH to of been come to seq me at once and the J R Go for per 5c No at Above Prices + I The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE CO iINCORPORATED SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY ft ++ ++ ++ + + +++ BlacketerWebb Alexander Webb place Miss Margaret Blacketer Lebanon sdrpnsed their friends week eloping Jellico Tenn where they united marriage Webb formerly lived- community while made many friends Webb known young community Webb happy young couple extends heartiest congratulationsAdvertising for Road Work undersigned consent authority ofB Litsey County Judge being anxious money apropriatedby Wash ington County Fiscal Court April expended turnpikes county especial attention following sections under contract From Springfield Pleasant Springfield Perryville pike Balance From Pleasant Hatchetts gate pike Barbourville from Pleasant Bridge Marroncounty Sections Mackville Texas pike Sections Springfield Mackville pine miles Sections Balance Springfield Willisburg pike Sections Balance Lincoln pike Section From bridge East Reed Bloomfieldpike section From Cecilville Robt McIntIre Sections Waltons 1Sectionfrom Magisterial district bridge Booker pike Creek Mays Creek road- I contract responsible party parties willing comply specifications will contract work must completed work these sections should given whom promises contracts have given must sign contracts Mayes Supervisort Swiss Curtains with ruffle +pair 39C Calicoes per yard V Z Hope Cotton per yard 81JC Goods CHarged + t The Sick 1OOlstsanitaIrium ago timeiSecure an Education The State Normal opporItunity 6 1910 Write for information 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 is equally valuable for children and adults When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to the taste Sold by all drug I 2 of M of 101 at or I 8 Be I if you dont take of this Dont others o the savings tobe made Come and J get and come earlier Thp 0 best values are limited n 5 and the earliest callers will p have the pest choice Do it now is the motto you should follow 5 QC Only Front Doors The City Council of Shelby ville has raised the saloon license trom 750 to 1000 A year and added to the restric tions that saloons shall have only one entrance and that in front The handy side door and back entrances have been There are now five saloons in Shelbyville and a sixth haij made for license President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans nave been helped andOrphans Bittersinmedicineforbestfamilyorates all vital organs petrifies the appetiteTochildren or run down people it has no complaintsOnly For Sale Saturday Aug 2710AT OCLOCK P M ATAUCTION- The Blue Grass Farm the George Abell acres his residence 8 miles from Bardstown on the Lou isville pike For further information apply to BELLiTelephone Bardstown Exchange No 2IS QnQQQQOOQQQQO Youll Badly Left advantage Goodsbaway vourshare naturally quantIty Grtindy Mclntire OOOOQaQoaQQ prohibited application late THE SPRINGFIELD SUNv YyUGUSTr7g q c a 4 + t r reu Four Days of Enjoyment Which is Eagerly Looked For in Thefafet WASHIGTON I dE II COUNTY 1 FAIR Iw ISPRINGFIELD TEETH a Pain or Danger firstAllustasadvertised GUARANTEED 1Over McElroy Shaders Grocery OQOOOOoOooooa 0 I Personal Notes f a 0 I Visitors In and Out of TownA Round Up 6f the Weeksf ry Personal News i 0 QOoooou ooooo t Mr and Mrs T S Mays spen- a the week end with Mr Jack BeamS o Early Times =Mrs L H Bellbaum who has been seriously ill for over a week is now s much improve allhou h far from well a Mrs John Jenkins of Bloomfield was the guest of G D Duncan and family last Thursday Mrs L M McLaughlin has about I finished the renovation of her handsome residence near the Christian church and will shortly move into it Berry Shewmaker of Harrodsburg was here Monday on business Miss Margaret Booker of Little Rock is yisitmg relatives here Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Sr Miss Kate Mayes and Miss Annie Mayes are visiting Mrs John Mahon in Marion County IUncle Matt Mock is ill at the home of Mrs Beaven where he now resides Elizabeth the year old child of Mr and Mrs T B Janes has been and is still quite ill She is improving however and strong hopes for her recovery are entertained Mr L A Burns is able to be out again after having been quite ill Kent Barber of Bardstown was the guest of John L Barber last week CampbellfMercer week Mrs W T McElroy and Mrs Phil McChord entertained delightfully at flinch yesterday afteruoon About twenty five ladies particpated in the game and at its conclusion were served with refreshments iOnly a Few Pieseso I PORCH AND LAWN I IGoods Left Which 1j We are Offering- ABSOLUTELY v t I Leachman Campbells Furniture Stogie Jt FOUR H Misses Catherine Smith and Cecelia Mattingly of Bardstown spent the week end at St Catherine Mr and Mrs Ed Wunderlin have returned to their home In Louisville after a visit at the home of Mr J F Green Mr and Mrs T C Campbell at tended the Harrodsburg fair Friday Mrs T S Mayes and daughter May spent Saturday in Bardstown Mrs Katharine Neal and daughter Elizabeth have returned to their home in Louisville after a two weeks visit to relatives here Misses Catherine and Margaret Greene Elsie and Annie Burns are guests of Miss Gertrude ShaderIMrs Kate Wright and daughter Elizabeth have returned to their home at WestPoint after a visit to Mrs L H Thurman Miss Minnie McClcllan is visiting relatives in Lebanon Miss Rice Thurman of LebanOn is the guest of her brother Mr I HJ Thurman Mrs Finley Scruggs Miss AnnMc Chord and lack McChord spent several days with friends m Danyille last week RJ Blandford wife and children of Louisville are visiting his mother Mrs Pattie Blandford Miss Margaret Nally of Louisville la the guest of relatives here j Miss Hattie Blandford spent Sunday in Lebanon Grandma Purtoff of Woodlawn is spending the week with her grand daughter Mrs Sam Hallof near town Mrs Purtoff is eighty five years of age but her friends are glad to know that she enjoys good health and is able to get around as much as one twenty years younger Joseph Fewell an employer of the Cumberland Telephone Co is down with a severe attack of typhoid fever A trained nurse Miss Ella Adams of Fenwick is attending him Dr Mddd is the physician in charge of the case which he pronounces a severe one Mrs Edwin Carlisle Litsey who has deen Very low ot typhoid fever at the home of her parents Judge and Mrs W E Selecman for several weeks is tmprdvingslowly Chris Hertlin reached home yester day alter a three months visit to Ger manny the land of his nativity and the present home of some of his relatives Rev J W Matherly will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday morn ing In buying a cough medicine dont be afraid to get Chamberlains Cough Rem edy There is no danger from it and relief is sure to follow Especially rec whoopling I + + t+ i I GREATER Because the Premiums have been increased f therefore more Live Stock has been than ever before and the Floral Hall bookedI f more and better premiums and with j est the people are taking inthe Fair thejnterI e eighth exhibition promises to be the greatest tnIf the history of the Association t I Ladies Free First Day I School Children Free Second Day iEverYbOdY lay aside dull care and come and 1 enjoy yourself for a few days ++ it++++ 1910II ATCOST BiG PAYS PLEASANT GROVE Walter Matherly of Mackyille is vis iting his brother W W Matherly Mr and Mrs Clarence Adams and daughter have returned to their home after spending several days wiifela tives here Mrs Ardis Brown of Springfield is spending this week with Mrs SJ P Thompson Mr and Mrs F E Montgomery of atigone a to tives before returning to their home Thomas Duncan and sisters Misses Ella and Suit of Springfield spent Sunday with Mrs L N Reed Misses Jennie Leachman and Nancy Thjmpson have returned to their honie in Springfield aftia very pleasant vs it to Misses Sue Reed and Frances Lit sey Mrs Garland Thompson and children of Evansville Ind are visiting Mrs W A Thompson Miss Elizabeth Bruce has returned to- her home in PerrvvilleI Miss Mabel Thompson has returned to her home in Springfield after spending several days with Miss Sue Edger ton and Mrs J H Hopper Quite a deal of interest is being tale cn in the revival services which are be Atw09dIPleasant Grove church These services will continue through Thursday Everybody invited Miss Mary Lqgan Neale who has been visiting her grandparent in Spring thlscQmI Wont Need a Crutch When editor J P Sossman of Cor nelius N C bruised his leg badly it andiBucklens Arnica Salve healed it thor sureforCorns Sores Pimple Eczema or Piles 2oc rat Haydon Robertsons DEEP CREEK There has been a large attendance at the protracted meeting being held at Beech Grove church by the pastor H P hatchett assisted by ReV Roddy of Harrodsburg The meeting will close some time next week Miss Susie Elliott spent last Thursday afternoon with her aunt Mrs Ida El liott Miss Nora Bottom was the guest of Miss Sada Coyle last Thursday night W B Elliott and wife and two chil dren Alma and Florence attended the show at Leban nlastWednesdayIRev H P W T Kimberlin Mr and Mrs A Holderman Henry Holderman arid Bill Milburn dined with Mr and Mrs j L Harmon last Friday cocaJnougher from this place last Sunday Miss Lizzie Isham from the Perry weekIMiss Kattie Carpenter spent Friday afternoon with Mrs Anme White of Long Run CarpenterIto 100 The hay harvest is about over The tobacco crop will be small The summer harvest has beenreaped and autumn is near at hand but I love The Good Old Summer Time The Editors Reply A preacher saidxYou editors dare nt tell the truth your newspapers wguld fail The editor replied You are right and the minister who will at Jberepulpit more than one Sunday and he will find it necessary to leave town inaI hurry The press and thepulpit KO I Hot Rolls Light Bread Cream Bread Rye Bread and all kinds of Fancy Cakes By calling us any norm ing at eleven odock hand in hand with whitewash and kind words Magnifying small virtues into large ones t the pulpit press and stonesare rave the great saintmaking tri umvirate The great minister went away looking very thoughtful while the editor turned to his work telling about the surpassing beauty of the bride when in fact she was as ugly as- a mudfencesEL FALLING HAIR Ian tasily Be Stopped Also Dan Idruff and Itching Scalp fallinghair DrugCoanykindParisian Sage will put a fascinating radiance into any womans hair in a few daysSusanne Calahatn of Hotel Royal Bu cyrus Ohio on March 25 3910 wrote t Mothers hair began to come out very badly and her scalp was so sore it was very hard to do anything font Paris- Ian Sage proved a GRAND SUCCESS every way Her hair stopped coming out dandruff all disappeared soreness all lift the scalp apd her hair IS coming 50rcents at The Leo Haydon Drug Cos store fYOU CAN SET f TELEPHONE 69 And your z order will be J promptly attended to and delivered KATIE HERTLEIN i BRO When down town try one of our GRAPE JUICES t r pT ri iir SERIALSTORY tAn Heirto cTllillions By Frederick Reddale cAwthoi tf 1anJ Illustrations by Ray Walters Copyright by J B UDDlncott Co t7 SYNOPSIS 11 isda his property to the son of a sister of wham he has heard nothing for years notknowwhichsheand their daughter were dead The scene shUts to New York Introducing Wilfrid Ice1reveccapossessor of wealth In the law of attorneys forheirshe has discovered that Meleens daughter Is living Wilfrid Btennls replies to an ad concerninghistold that he Is the heir to Andy Meleens donceofhlsattomey buildsaPassavant being Included In the party r CHAPTER VI When Roger Hews was dispatched to Pennsylvania as the confidential agent of Carboy Passavant Cozine to verify the strange story told by Andrew Meleen on his deathbed he unearthed a far more curious and complicated series of episodes so suggestxoknowledgethus waysBriefly pleclnltogetherWhen Minna Meleen found herself as she supposed deserted by her hus band so soon after their marriage un able to bear the taunts and gibes of the village women she left the out skirts of Hazleton then little more than a hamlet and tramped across the mountains to Nanticoke Here being a complete stranger she resumed her passingherselfliving by sewing and doing chores Here a daughter was born to her A year and more had elapsed since leaving Hazleton when seemingly authentic tidings reached her that her husband Andrew Meleen had been killed In battle So to her the erst while Hction became a cruel and bit ter fact Believing herself a free woman and being still young and handsome her tempersomewhatshe permitted herself to be once more wooed and won this time by an arti san named John Trevecca In less than a year she presented Trevecca also with a daughter but this time she died during her ac- couchemenl and the infant with her and was burled in Nanticoke exactly as Roger Hews reported This event it must have been which reached the ears of Andrew Meleen denuded of the one vital fact that Minna had married again and that his own child still lived To the day of her death John Trevec ca supposed she had been really a widow when she married hlm7 as of course did Minna herself Thee only deception she had practiced consisted in the concealment of her true name When Minna died John Trevecca lfttlcEuniceunder his name giving her a good education even sending her to a country seminary for a couple of terms then In turn he moved away and no one in Nanticoke heard of him yfor many years So much of the past Roger Hews hid discovered when hi returned to Garboypressed the essential facts complete ly misleading the astute lawyer When he went east for good it was with the Idea of tracing John Trevecca and his stepdaughter He hoped that the girl still lived and that fortified with iproofs ofthe foregoing facts he could eventually produce her as the right jfttPheir to the millions of old Andrew k1 Meleenfor that she was his legitl mate daughter born iL lawful wed lqck no one would be able to gainsay in the lace of the evidence he could produceIn of two or three ways Hews proposed to turn this valuable secret to his own profit If the girl were alive and unmarried and In humble circumstances he would try to make her his wife and divulge the truth Hewfs andscatterJngfthe girl were already wedded to another then he hoped to find his ac vo jtlrr selling her and her husband i POtlSI1l1ejThirdly market for his wares with Wilfrid Stennis who might be expected to pay handsomely for the suppression of the secret thus insuring to himself a clear title to the property- It was a clear case of Heads I win tails you lose So far as he could see only one contingency could de qtMinnadead Meantime he had no objection whatever to letting a wrongful heir informationand certain market value in any case It took Roger Hews three or four ofJohna period of ten or twelve years But andfoundmuch alive and well worth winning otherthingthe discovery that Eunice and the friendsforposed to be engaged lovers This was an adverse conjunction which the imacined factorsHowever Roger Hews was content to play a waiting gents He was very waybutstepfatherdeparture for Europe Roger had been for some months on terms of easy acquaintance with both of them He attended the same church as Eunice lodgetoamong the decent denizens of Mac acharacterappearances owing to his quiet steady demeanor and his careful acting and dressing of the part Nor did It take Hews long to die cover that there was a little rift in the lute between Eunice and Wilfrid This exactly suited his book Perhaps a less observant person could 1 Hews Was Content to Play a Waiting Qamr have foretold such an outcome of their odd romance Anyway this was Rogers opportunity As Wilfrids visits became fewer and the coast more pleas the other took to dropping in of an ostensibly to see John Trevecca or he would contrive to meet Eunice at church and prayer meeting and walk home with her He even escorted her to the park to the theater and to some popular concerts Never by word or look or action did he hint of any knowledge of her quaintance with Wilfrid Stennis She on her part from motives of pride and delicacy forebore to allow Stennis name to pass her lips old John Trevecca was naturally closemouthed about his own or his daughters af threecolneredgame At no time Is the average woman supposed to be more approachable to a determined wooer than when she has been deserted or deems herself forsaken by another mats In proportion as the wound Is deep so Is the healing process possibly hastened If there be a sure and certain consol tion at handj But Eunice Trevecca was not an average woman her heart did not always rule her head When nearly a year had passed without so much as a line from Wil frid Eunice deemed herself indeed forgotten What she had feared and foreseen she told herself was come to pass and that woman as she termed Clara Passavant in her thoughts had probably won him away from his early affection by her wiles and her brilliant social attainments- I suppose we are not In his class any longer she said to herself bitterly But she will never make him happy all she cares about Is the money She did not nor wohid not la m6 Wilfrid It was all that womans e doings Yet she tried her best think of him as dead to her and to taco the fact that henceforth s must piece out her life alone B It was a sorry attempt Eunice had not been a woman had MnstRogers rs was too sweet a nature not to honored by what she supposed was the unselfish admiration of a passably good man He had apparently ceeded in ingratiating himself wi her stepfather and his compan ion ship proved a rather welcome diversion In those dark days But she knew his loYe quest was hopeless and discouraged his more marked atten tions for she told herself her heart was deadIjto when Roger Hewn pressed fife J t Wilf her answerOcannot be Mr Hews she said as they stood in the dim old parlor esteem and admire as a frlemjj 1tI shall never marry1 Perhaps I have been too hasty isald Roger suavely In time poa isibly you will like me better Let comradeIIpermission but some day I shall ask you again thAthistoo kindhearted to inflict a hurt tOnsaid we may still be friends butlshall LCursedwrongSidemarriedhimselithensing another song 4CHAPTER VII Jaded and suFtelted ready to cry VanityWilfridland after two years of kaleidoscopic experiences in the chief capitals of the Old World He had plunged Into the vortex of life only to be flung out of the worry and whirl as a spent swimmer is spewed out on the sand by some madrushing breaker Into those two he ficrowdedt6 last another and batterseasoned mind and body a decade at least Perhaps his almost total lack of previous social training and preparation led the sooner to inevitable satiety it was like a starveling gorging himself on a 12course dinner of highly spiced and seasoned viands Certain it is that his one over mastering desire at last took the form otan acute nostalgia a longing to get away from glittering generalities and sybaritic luxury and settle dowi somewhere to a life of plain and pair ished ease So he left the Kestrel to follow at leisure the original yachting party was disbanded long since and came home by the Oregon on one of the laSt trips of that doomed greyhound of the ocean In appearance Stennis was not much changed sate for a little more fullness of face and figure a rather tired look about the eyes andwhat was more noticeablejust a suspicion of grayness in the hair around the temples And this at 30 In manner he had certainly improved would have at once set him down sa well trained and wellgroomed man of the worldAn intense and overweening craving for simpler manners and homelier fare led his steps straight from the pier to the little house In Macdougal street around whidh were clustered by far the pleasantest memories he had ever known Eunice was at tome and herself opened the door so no retreat no denial was possible WhYMr Stennis she rledtn genuinely astonished accents In the total surprise of the moment it was all she could find to say As he stepped across the threshold his gaze sought hers but in the act of shaking handsapparently a mere ly perfunctory ceremony on the girls parther eyes were yelled and the sole token of emotion she betrayed was a little telltale red signalflag in her usually Olive pala cheeks Have yon no word of welcome for men Eunice said Wilfrid reproach iSurely vas the answer We Iam glad tp see you back safe and sound and looking so well When did you arrJvel Scarcely un hour ago I came straight beret During the voyage across Wilfrid had in divern ways pictured to hjn a beBOalthough In io sense did he regard himself as e acting the role of the prodigal he ad been made too much of while abro id for that And though he knew In his heart of hearts that he had probably forfeited all right there to in fancy he had dwelt with an In ward glow over the glad greeting which Eunice was to extend he had even picture to himself in a hazy way her fling ng herself late his arm and with tea wet cheeks taking him to herself agiin But this commonplace every day How dedo Mrs Stennis and the total absence of emotion gravj or gay cool or ardent was lilts pass ng at one stop from the hot sunshine of the plains of Loin bandy to the 1p e crowned steeps or tti Alpine summits beyond TO BJ3 CONTINUED After the Rats As a county Germany has fBfN1 rsts than any they In the world Thin is due to thei Interest taken by the government their destruction Ife boy applies to the mayor of hjs tows palltoIn large town there are 100 boys al trapsutgovernment about a penny but at every rat destroys flue dollars worth n eryear this mak s a tremendous saving The mice though destructive art eelnit looked after by the government It Is expected that every household will protect Its 3lf However a reward threethAr other Idea Charlie dear sold young Mrs Torkins I want you to stop at the market and get some egg plantl But I dont like It N4 But you like eggs I want If feed It to theF Lena J t LD MEN AT PLAY k Missouri Village Has a Marble Craze That Occupies Attention Men Now Past Sixty Who Find Delight In the Playthings of Their Early Years Blue Springs 1VoHorseshoes Aw shucks Horseshoes do well enough furnish a light diversion now and but for a serious game of head- work and skill flue Springs believes game is halflas good as old fasl1 For two years the and men of Blue Springsrepresentatives from all of Shakespeares seven ageshave been playing marbles the year round each month with increasing skill There is a legend that Uncle Dan Stanley who Is seventyfour and Uncle Tom Holloway who Is seventy five were so evenly matched in a con test arranged last winter that they lagged from taw for twos days with out either man winning an advantage of a sixteenth of an inch in the struggle to gain the privilege of having the first shot and the contest had to be declared a draw before it be aniKnickerbocker teams fifteen twentyfive fifty or seventy teams or any other age that a challenger may prefer can be furnished by Blue Springs on five min utes notice Blue Springs challenges the world Just how marbles got started here no one appears to remember Possi bly some graybearded citizen of the town sat on a nail keg in front of Pryors blacksmith shop on a spring day two years ago and got to thinking while he watched the kids playing marbles in tho street that he used to be a pretty fair hand at that game himself in days before the war Then he went out and knocked a mlddler fromtawor almost didand went back and bragged about It to some body else And that other person Sport In Blue Springs Mo used to be pretty fair too in otlie days and went out tosee what he could do Then every one got started But whatever the beginning ma have been there can be no doubt tha the game has taken complete poses sion of Blue Springs and that ProrsIshop Is its headquarters shine winter or summer there is a game every day In the shop or in the street just in front of it Last win ter wher the thermometer stood near zero a game was played in which al of the contestants wore overcoats s When those men began blowing on their knuckles to keep them warm there was a sound like ja shoal of por poises t Seven games are necessary to win Knock the m ddle marble out the first shot and the game Is yours Such a shot is called a mlddler Knock any marble out and you must clear the ring knock alit the others too to win the game f If your marble stays In the squarp after the first shot you are fat or dead for the rest of the game If some one else hits your taw you are dead for the rest of the game Lynn Pryor the blacksmith stood at taw took careful aim and from 12 feet away spotted the middle of square One game for Pryor and finger But nobody got excited Mid dlers from taw are ordinary occu rences in Blue Springs John Henry Moore holds arceoid of havi knocked out Jl of such mlddlers In 14 shotsA minute later Uncle Dan Stank knocked a mlddler Capt Geor Webb the furniture dealer and undertaker did the same thing too as so as he had the chance So did Farm George Blnger They didnt do so tho time of course but mlddlers can with an astonishing regularity when there was a gamp In which four men had a chance to shoot oth plays Just as remarkable for distan e and accuracy were taken by the gal lery at the blacksmith shop door as matter of course You nlU understand the blac smith said that Ifa mail comes with a horse to be shod tho game stops in stouter But when the es nothing go- Ing on somebody is sure to start game Farmers come IIi on rum days sometimes from several mil en around and some of them are good hands af marbles r r 60 Bushels ofWheat r per acre is not unusual in England because the farmers there know the value of fertilizers and use them liberally You can double your crops and preserve the fertility of your soil by using ArmollrS Fertilizers Increase the Yield Improve the Quality and Enrich the Soil Every Harvest Proves It Armour Fertilizer WorKs Chicago IHis Busy Season Hows business Brisk answered the druggist rye bought tickets for two picnics and four excursions this mornlngand donated goods for several indoor affairs For Red Itching Eyelid Cyit Stye ThatNeedtic Tubes Trial Size 25c Ask Your Drug CoChIcaloIt Was the Other Way Mr Jones said the senior partner In the wholesale dry goods house to the drummer who stood before him in the private office you have been with us for the past ten years Yes sir And you ought to know the rules of the house One of them is that no man of ours shall take a side line But I have none sir But you have lately got married Yes but can you call that a side line Mr Jones- Technically It may not be You neednt fear that having a wife ls going to bring m e In off a trip any sooner ClOh i dont It is the fear that having a wife at home youll want to stay out on the road altogether RAW ECZEMA ON HANDS I had eczema on my hands for ten years I had three good doctors but none of them did any good I then used one box of Cuticura Ointment and three bottles of Cuticura Resolvent and was completely cured My hands were raw all over Inside and out and the eczema was spreading all over my body and limbs Before I had used one bottle together with the Cuticura Ointment my sores were nearly healed over and by the time I had used the third bottle I was entirely well To any one who has any skin or blood disease I would honestly ad vise them to fool with nothing else but get Cuticura and get well My hands have never given me the least bit of trouble up to now My daughters hands this summer became perfectly raw with eczema She could get nothing that would do them any good until she tried Cut cura She used Cuticura Resolvent and Cuticura Ointment and in two weeks they were entirely cured I have used Cuticura for other members of my family and it always proved suc cessful Mrs M E Falin Speers Ferry Va Oct 19 1909 Systemrto have a alarm system In your house said the elec trical supply agentso that you will onetofnight No burglar can get in here whinle we are peacefully sleeping replied Mr Newpop We lire weaning our baby SoapIget a faint taste of soap in something you eat That is because the pot or skillet or saucepan has been cleaned 1 with ordinary yellow soap and it has left a trace of th rancid fat and nauseating rosin in the vessel If Easy Task soap is used the cooking utensils are made absolutely clean and antiseptic ally sterilized Families that use Easy billtogerms with the dirt One cake of it is worth two of other sorts Why She Brought It Up Do you remember she asked that you said once that unless I promised to be yours the sun would cease to shine Ithesuppose I may have said something of the kind yourassured me that unless I moonnwould fall from her place In the heavensOh well what If I did say s01 upgeI merely wished to assure you that 00Im sorry I didnt shut my eyes and erlet her fall tFineSchool myallerShe shant Shes attended one and shespositlvely Ah but I teach a new system When my pupils are asked to recite refusekShe Knew the Worst Mistress hiring servantrl hope you know your place Servant Oh yes mum The last three girls you had told me all about it A mans argumentls nearly always self convincing History Cleared UpWThe third grade was having his qatacter of the Father of His Country when the teacher propounded a ques tion that stumped them all Why did Washington cross the i Delaware Why Indeed Not aI child could think of anything but the answer to the famous chicken problem To get on other sldeand of course that wouldnt do Then little Annies hand shot into the air Little Annie crosses the Delaware every summer herself hence the bright idea Well Annie Because he wanted to get to Allah tic CIty Phliadelphia Trees G t onlypatoTHE BEST OF ITS KIND J t a yearftercostinuedmerit and to keep on advertising one thingshavevertlsed They have no reputation to sua permanent r sell them If he studied your interests theantisepticadvertisingandI andchingand nearly 200 socalled foot powders thlhopeFootEasewhenn Avoidsubstitutes A NATURAL QUESTION JLandladyIyou I take in only single men WIgson What makes you think Im twins 1 WhyrOne n of furtown came home to spend the bolt days with his family a wife and small daughterEverything went lovely until the day arrived for his return to duties when his young daughter was very reluctant t about letting him go The conversation ran thus FatherWhy do you care if I go away Im no relation of yours am I ChildYes you are Youre my fa ther by marriage FatherWell Theo how hi your mother related to yout Child Shes my mother by borna tlon Macks National Monthly Uncouth Hes so uncouth Whats the matter He actually eats the lettuce leal the salad rests on p No Trouble A Saucer A little Cream and Postz Toasties right from the box Breakfast in a minute andyou have a meal as delightfulas it is wholesome Post Toasties are crisp and favourY8olden brown Huffy bits that almost melt in the mouth The Memory Lingers JiI r w t i d tl The Wearingf the Yellow By DorothyBlaclunore Copyright zgzo Auoclatd Literary Press Just Why Mrs Thompson Carding er decided to use yellow as her color scheme at the last of the series of bridge parties she was giving Is not knoWn It may have been that It was her favorite shade it may have been that it harmonized with her costume of the afternoon or It may have been simply because yellow flowers jonquils daisies and tulips were plentiful In the horista shops In March But the very fact that she had se- Jectea yellow Instead ot any other hue In the rainbow made all the difference In the world to her faithful cook Norah Norah was a daughter of the Em erald Isle and she never lost an op- poitunity to go to a St Patricks ball whenever the anniversary ot that good saints birth rolled around And lIi all the five years that she had been in the country she had never failed to dance the opening waltz with big Pat Deasy from her own CountY CorkNorahs mistress had chosen the afternoon of St Patrlcks day for her bridge party and when the last guest had gone and Mrs Cardlngers du ties as hostess were over she stepped into the kitchen to give a word of praise to her cook for the extra effort she had made to have the pastries and coffee toothsome and dainty And Norah 1 want you to wear J bunch of those lovely jonquils to J your ball tonight They wlll add much to your appearance Also you i may serye dinner at 630 Instead of seven so as to be In plenty of time she s1d good natured y Mrs Card inger appreciated the faithfulness of Norah and she knew with what pleas ure the girl had looked forward to the ball of the evening Norah sang over her cook stove and when dinner was over she mounted the stairs to her room to dress In her finest frock And in her hand she N1J4 RlK r rZ l Oven T1V AUJ carried a bunch of the lovely yellow flowers her mistress had given her She pinned them this way and that and It was not without a thought as to how Pat would like them best tha she finally arranged them in her belt Pahimself t On her w y uptown to thu ball Norah shpp d to call for her chum Katie Malone who was maldofall work to a famtly In the next block An you must share my bouquet Katie my darlln she said to the girl Her big Irish heart was goner OSUT Itself and she could not be so as to wear flowers when her 9friend had none Their tongues wagged busily as they climbed the stairs to the ele rated road in great haste lest they miss even one strain of the flddler music Their hearts were beating quickly in anticipation of the eve nings pleasure for Katie too had a son of Erin who awaited tier coming with anxious eyes It was not the custom in their set to be called for by their beauxIt was a waste of time and the dancing and the escort ingg home again were the Important thingsBright lights streamed from each of the great ballroom windows as the girls approached the building where the Irish ball was an annual function They entered the cloa room to dispose ot their outer gar meats just as the orchestra Inside be- gane an Introductory nUmber Flushed and smiling Norah and he chum made their appearance In th wide doorway ot the ballroom to scaD familiafacesonto the shining floor than they wera pounced upon by half a dozen strong young men who demanded by what right they came to StPatiicks ball wearing the colors of the Orangeman And without further ceremony tho beloved bouquets were torn from the belts ot the two girls and trampled under foot by the husky young Irishmen Nor h had been innocentof t- hr o breech of etiquette she was naking f In wearing the flowers and her chum had been as ttiltless of error Now as they retired to the dres ring room red faced e 1 not knowing whether to be angry or merrythey looked at each other and brOke into laughter Faith and I never thought or It at all at aU Katie said Norah adjusting her disarranged belt rm sorry I was generous with my bouquet Its nothing atal ret01ted Katie but I saw Pat Deasy and Michael OFlatiagln standing on the other side of the room taken In the whole thing KatieMaloneNow Pat Deasy though weUta vored in the eyes ot Norah was not her only admirer and she had seen the time whey his blue eyes flashed at the presence ot another yoUItJ man In her spotless kitchen Perhaps the thought now he thinks 1 am after getting the flowers from least whether the two swains took the wearing of the yellow flow ers as a personal insult or whether they had other reasons for Ignoring their hitherto adored ones Norah and Katie heard the opening strains of Come Back to Erin wafted from the orchestra without noticing the approach of their usual partners Never long alone at a ball Norah was soon whirling about the room In the arms of another admirer And from the way In which her soft Irish laugh rippled In response to bits of whisperedInother man In the room She was possessed of the Inherent Irish quality of being all things to all people for the tine being The ball waxen merry and waltzes and jigs and twosteps and barn dances were called oft one after an other but Pat Deasy never once shedidher through every turn of tIle dance U as he believed she had deliberately worn fiowers and yellow flowers at thatsent by his hated ri111 she must hid1ed have rorgotten all that he believed bad been between them It was late In the evening that an Irish ret lwas proposed sand the orchestra struck up the merry music to which the feet of no true son ot the verdant land can remain quiet Norah a newfound admirer In herr wake was taking her place Her hair had become tumbled her cheeks were as rosy as apples and her black lashed blue eyes sparkled like die naondsIf her heart was heavy she did not let it dangle on her sleeve so that all who passed might see It In the Intricacies of the reel Norah bycountfnk ahead could see that before many moments she must clasp hands with Pat Deasy and her heart thumped excitedly at the prospect Would he recognize her1Would he press her fingersnever so slightly It was her turn and she put her hand in the great one Pat extended Yes he held It closely more closel than any other partner would dare to hold it Quick as a flash Norah detached the green shamrock pin from her belt and when next she met Pat in the dance slipped It Into his palm Across the petals was written in gilt letters Come Back to Erin When the reel was over and the refreshmentttable or sat in cool corners Pat sought out Norah the message of the pin having been too much for him to resist And perhaps after all he had been mistaken Norah Is It all over between us he asked his color rising to the roots or his wellbrushed black haft An why should It be asked ihe girl saucily Sure you wore the yellow flowers tQ the ball and who but that baleful Tom Hdrton could have given them to youto spite me he asked Itsas1l17 Mick you are Pat she retorted making room for hIm beside her on the bench It wascmy lady who gave them to me otto her own tablet wear to the hall charm you with Oh Pat And on the way home Pat and Norah decided to visit the priest ba tore another St Patricks ball should take place But so busy were they In their own affairs that they did not see Katie and her beau deciding the same thIng in the other end of the elevated coach Just Had to Say H viekover Well lie ejaculated I suppose Ive got to say It posterity will expect it of me But Its such a moldy old sucheBut we shall be more considerate thedJust So There had been a family row Wen remarked the alleged heM pf the house a man learns a few things when he gets married Yes sir a 3lan lives and learns That may be retotted the femi nine hair of the sketch but tha school of experience doesnt bar c0 ode j WORK HORSES SHOULD Weep RECEIVE GOOD TREATMENT Them EarlyfaLong Rest at Noon When the Days Work Is EndedIWork horses should be grain fed a horse cannot work and keep In condition on grass alone An average sized horse at hard work will require about 16 pounds of good mixed hay 10 pounds ot cracked corn and oats and 4 pounds of wheat bran per day A bushel of flnecut hay weighs about 8 pounds and corn chops about 46 pounds to the bushel One half peck of corn chops and ono quart of wheat bran mixed with one bushel of cut hay adding just enough water to make the meal stick to the hay hakes a good meal for the horse Give this ration three times a day with a little long hay atnlght It you have a pasture close to the stables turn the ant mat out at night after the mixed feed Is eaten Work early In the morning and late restduringThis Is best for man and horse Rest and water the teams between meals Water that has been exposed to the sun for an hour or two Is better for the horse than cold well water Mix one quart of wheat bran In each buck TO INCREASI FARM CRW- Sy Progressive AgricultUrists Interested in Question of Hew to Make Lends Yield More AU progressive agrIculturists are deeply interested In the question of how to Increase the yield per acre In the cultivated sections of the United StatesIt well known that the European grows larger crops per acre than are grown In this country and as the price of farm land Is Increasing and there Isa demand for larger crops each year It Is necessary to study and learn how the output of the soil can be made to meet the increased demand for all farm products The average yield of wheat per acre for 1909 was Engiand 344 France 22 Belgium 392 Germany 304 United States 157 Von Seelhorst Royal Agricultural Experiment Station GotUngen Ger many says I believe that the principal in crease of the harvest Is to be attributed in part to the application of artificial fertilizers themselves and in part to their combination with green manures Through the application 9f the two the yield upon the average has been doubled on out common light soils In some cases the yield has even been increased two and onehalt to threefold The greatlyincreased yields which we are now producing in Germany especiallY ot wheat are dependent upon improved seed larger and more intelligent use of fertilizers especially of artificial fertilizers better crop rotation and snore thorough tillage Of these factors however the use of for The accompanying illustration shows the elevation and floor plan of one or the barns on the fatm or tile Wisconsin agricultural college at Miidison It was designed general purpose barn and as will be seen It Is very conveniently arranged It might be said that there is too much room taken up by Ute driveways but they make the interior accessible wagons and manure spreaders and prove most convenient Very desirable reatures are the rbom box Atalls feed and harness rooms and in Pior water trough In stormy weather the stock can be easily aDd comfortably cared for in- tARRSUS1 et ot water Let the horse rest and cool off before watering One gallon may be given to each one at one time gpenmayto keep off flies Have strong but light harness Keep the collarWEan- wash the shoulders off with cold wa terwhen brought in and rub dry For chafed shoulders dust with powdered air slacked lime or dress with crude petroleum Keep the stables clean Open windows and doors for the air to circulate This is necessary for the health of the horse Be careful with the teams when labor Is heavy and the day hot If a horse commences to flag and show signs of exhaustion he should be rested at once removed to a shady spot his mouth and nose sponged with cold water and allowed to rest for an hour orr So Many a val uable animal Is permanently Injured through pure carelessness on the part of the driver In harvesting have the work well planned out let each man have Ills part to do Keep steady at it with no rushing More can be done and that without Injury to either man or horse decidedlyincan only that the largest pro portion of the increase of different crops In the Netherlands would attribute to the proper use of commercial fertilizers and to the use of improved varieties of seed the other factors rotation and proper tillage coming In the second placeThe Di rector General of Agriculture The Hague Holland President Creelman Ontario Agri cultural College says Italy has been practlslng the art of agriculture since the early days of old civilization hundreds of years be tore the Christian era began and agri culture is still the most import nt industry In Italy as 85 per cent of the soil is productive IIi thlsconnection the publfshed statistics showing the amount of com mercfal plant food materials used inI Italy are significant With a total area of less than 115000 square mile about twice the area of Illinois ItalY used 1147700 tons of com mer- clal fertilizers IIi 1907 The great factor has been the introduction of fertilizers and pun chased feeding stuffs As soon as yoet can Introduce on a farm some ex cpraiseHall Rothamsted Experiment Star tlon Harpenden England Saddle Grafting Saddle grafting Is used for small plants the stock beingeutto wedge and the salons cut and set upon the wedge In splice grafting of the sim plest form the two parts are cut across diagonally laid together being tied together with a string and waxed It Is useful for soft or tender wood which will not admit of split ting GENERAL PURPOSE STABLE 2 AV trALLif HY wW ono r LrLi1 ev for a to five t r D a and such a barn Windows are plenty and of sufficIent size to permit n tree en trance of sunlight The walls are high and allow a large place on the second floor forthe storage of hay fodder und grain Altogether this plan Is an admirable one for the general farmer Silage Experiment TWQr1tythree Acres of corn after rye planted Tune I last year with cuwpeas drilled between rows at the first culivation produced at the New Jersey Experiment station 2148 tons of silage The totAl cost was3blpett- on In the silo t 16 t 0 r- aALCOH013 i Q PER CENT- AVegetaWePreparationforAs similating theFoodandRe ula th IheSlomachsahdBowe sef- h Promotes Di stionJCheerru- lnessandq RestContains neither MinerajNOT tiw tcld 1h SAXU11Anrrda5- It tRm bn Surf pAflei be ill O71- iCerrsalS4r1 tlO tqo APerfectRemedy forConstlprl X17 Warms ConvulsionsFeverish- t4 aess and LOSS OF SLEEP ofIdNE CENTAUR CoriPAIt OttNtW YORK uaranteed under the Food Ixact Copy of wrappsc GRMCO HARNESS The kind hats guaranteed are made so such better that they mass ourse1Tes guaranteeing the matsnial and workmanship to be without defect Wh trwR to chance when you can be sure of getting Ute beat your money will bU3 Order GEMCO HAZ NESS through your local dealer look for the trademark and get your eigned guaraatee It Wthlag goes wrong your dealer will make good at our azpnse without deta7 or nibble NETTLE ERYSIPELAS POISON ECZEMA SCALDS O E GEM- COso used time will of skin it A recognized specific for Itching Inflamed RESINOL CHEMICAL COMPANY Ma- Resinol Resinol Soap Shaving sold Stores INAUGHTY WILLIE aged flveI guess they think up In heaven that Im dead 1fammaWly so WillieCos taint said my prayers She the Houle A woman in Montanasat down the other day and thought about cleaningabout the carpets and rugs to clean the woodwork to wash the bedding to the curtains to wash the portieres to wash the stairways and the railings and the floors and the steps the windows and everything else to be washed and cleaned and she gQt so worried over the prospect that she set fire to the house Do you blame her If she had only known as you do that Easy Task soap Will do halt the work of washing and cleaning she would have felt more cheerful Its a nickel a cake and one woman said she would pay a dollar a cakefor tit she could get it no other way Reformation You say YOU are a reformer Yepf replied the local boss of the dee est dye But you were not always so No reformers reformed our town year and I to reform back again Young girls to make the most of their birthdays for in after years they cerise to have them SyrupForohlldroPftammattonaUayspalu IIt a fireman antagonizes you tell to go to blazes CISTORIA For Intantland Chilc1reD The Kind You Have Nwaytiought J Bears the f n BignaWEf of 1 1iL- s US8 For DYer IKirtyYears CASIORIAw GUARANTEED HARNESS yeardealerOeragnarkro amlWoaeetaofonr aIV11Vr uses now in use and glting eatifaete T- seruce It Is made orth tanned frosaPaelter Steer hides sewed with lock stitch 10 to Use aM Reagdllnlehed frc- umatancee BRIDLE tn box cheeks rosal VlakapeLlSADDLEdoubled and stitched LINES x inch r ends BREEOHING hip alts LTr- lamtng brassorztlpkel bUnltaUon rabbes PRICE ONLY 154 U you wish a saddle different from the one ahowa write for our booklet No glO and mention yoaf dealera name postal will do 1liII GRAF MORSBACH CO Harness Makers for the Trade CINCINNATI OHIO RESINOL ERUPTIONS ABRASIONS CHAFING In cure nearly form disease Is a wonder worker and plies BALTIMORE Ointment Toilet Resinol Medicated Stick are At Drug r Willie Burned house wash and last It ought A Dont Persecute your Bowels i bCARTERSLIVER PIUS aIi Pwhos soofbs mesbesas VfAft 1lrssr cw4aw cea HERPES IUDS every want kkgsaLcLaai i ileaW raaTieas best small POI Small Doe sn lriS Genuine l Signature r I20IS WHAT Wf CAN SAVa ON ANY t3000Y Ion rcus 1 Top BUggiesRu nabouts Surries Pony Carts and Wagons Write for PrkH BUOB k SCHEUCO 1400 Court and Broadway Cinclnaatl0k Tnllml GaS Did you hear ftHow embafi- rassing These stomach noisesmake throughthehears them Keep a box of CAS CARETS in your purse or pocket eatingItCASCARETS 10o a box for a weeks BlgseteeferIn l Address with 4e la stamps The PhysioHarmonic Warren Ohio We place you in position tip Special Teacher at a ary of tSbo to a year WAUTEDAJrents to soil household goofs aneI perfumes toilet goods andspeclaltfeln country upThoCantpBo PATENT your Ideas ft book and 11co G e111eD DEFIIIICE STARCH J for atarcbinr finest lin1na Iw N U CINCINNATI NO T1910t q r l THE SRINGFIELD SUN WEDNfSDAY AJJGUST 17 19 o OMJNGTO DIXIES LAND i JBig Mgr tionto Southern States is Ixrcted by the federal Bufe ti of Immigration Cf According to the Bureau ofImmigra tlon in Washington the Southern States iiy xpect during the comz fall and- wnter a very heavyimipigration The prelictiert is basel upon very strong- tend ncies which s tin a year or two ago and which show no signs of abat ink The South has come to be lookedup on as a country of opportunity An old countrv it has never been developed to the extent of its possibilities It was aaking wonderful progress when the Civil war broke out but that blIght up on the land curbed its projress for many years In fact it has only been in recent years that the South has shown anvthing like the development to which it was entitled by nature AUstudents or economy are agreed thkt the pssibiJitIesof the Southern States rare practically unlImited The climate the natural resources the to pography of the country all indicate a possible prosoerity far in excess of that of most sections of the world But in stead of receiving new blood and pew capital with which to develop the country tbeSouth has witnessed thousands c aHdtemof thousands or her sons and aightersJeaing the country for other ortioiis of the United States If it bt true as alleged Lw the Immi graboIl Bureau that the tide has now turned towards the South we may ex 0qect within the next few years alnost anything from that section of the cou- ntryEJ When the digestionis all right the action of the bowels regular there 1sa natural craving and relish for food When this is lacking you may knov that iou nEed a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They s lengthen the digestive otgan irn prove the appetite and regulate the bowel Sold by all druggists TOE ASCERTAINED POPULATION Of the United States is Now In the Neighborhood of Ninety Millions Was in ton August BIt will be- abGtit the middle of October before the jpe pl9 of theUnited States learn their tru umber as revealed by the official count ofthe Thirteenth Census It is- gendrally believed that the number wIll be abo ninety milliuns and census of licials are known to share in this gener al belief althouh officially they know nothing about it This belief is based on the fact that an increase slIghtly in xcess of the thirteen million increase during the previous decade wouldI bring h p3puhtlen in 191Q t the tj miilion mark About 39of the more than 18000 clerks emplyed in the taking of the cen- Lus are compilIng population figures while the others are working on other statistics Contrary to the generaL opinion aU the counting of the people i done by handthe tabulating machine beinguaed only in classificatIOn as t- Oracebeand other conditiQns Enurnration figures will continue to begiven out day by day for the next tWo months or more while the sociolog- i al and industrial figures wIll come lat cr All enumerated figures ara counted from three to four times anti tigationis ordered if there IS anylug gestion of an error Took AU Ills Money Oen aU a man earns Ies to doctors O r for medicines to cure a Stomach Kidney or Liver troublthtDr Kings New Life Pills would cure at slight cost Best for Uyspepsia mdi gesion Biliouf eRs Constipation Jaun HaydonTold In Lebanon EeYou say you are a reformer Yep replied the local boss of tile deepest dye But you were not always so H No The reformerS reformed our town last year and j want to reform it back again Saved from Awful Peril I never felt so near my grave ManchesterIObiofulcough and lung trouble pulled me down to 115 pounds in spite of many iremedies and the test doctors And that I am alive today is joe solely tQ lr Kings New Discovery which corn tleteay cured me Now I weigh 160 pounds and can work hard ltals cured NIy four children of croup InfaJible for Coughs and Colds its the moat cer 4 uin remedy for la grippe asthma des 1 rate lung trouble and aU bronchial af fectiDs 50c and sLOG A trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Rob er on J ASSIGNEES SALE O- FTATHAMSPRINGSAs Assignee of The Tathatn Springs Company I will on THURSDAY AUGN IB1910ABOUT THE HOUR OF 100 OCLOCK PM At the front door of the Tatham Springs Washington County Ky sell at public uction all teproperty owned by said company consisting ot about seven acres of land on which IS situated the cel ebrated Tatham Springs a twostory Hotel building Stables Power House Ice aOQS Bowling Al ley Servants ouses and other necessary outbrtildmg The Hotelcontains about thirty bedrooms all fronting on broad verandas and are all furnished with hardwood furniture and bedding of ill kinds The parlors office dining rokm and kitcheq are all fully equipped with allnecessary furniture suitable for the continuation of the businss a health and pleasure resort aSI The hotel is situated on a Beautifully Shaded Tsland above high water oer1ooking thap1ip River springbyThis oroperty 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 should and can be under proper nd attentive management The property is situated on the Automobile line as established by th Automobile Clubs of Ken tucky and on the projected trolly line rroti1 Lo iville to connect with the trolly system now maintained in Centrl Kentucky andis accessible by other conveyances from all points in the State StatesThepropertytoyearsTheday of sale at the rate of six per centum per annum and payable annually with good security and con taming a lien on the property and containing a clapse thatin dtfault oJ the payment of any note br- mstanQ1ent of interest at maturity then all of the iotesto become due It any uurchaser desIres furs ther tine for payment than as above indicated the extension can be arranged on satisfactory terms to be agreed on W SELECMAN ASsignee of Tatham Springs Co This sale does not interfere with the management of theHotel by Mrs Wornall this year VALL1Y MILL This week finds us confronted with tiotber problem Many of usfarm ers especiallyare asking ourselves the question as to whether not we may attend the Washington county Fair next wek The writsrs solutior is Yes Take day off and enjoy anIouting withour friends Let b4y meet anybody at the Fair anyday1 Yet there are things to occur during that week that will doubtless cause some sorrow to someone ven newly made friendships may end Many of OUr assOCiates wIUnobitterlyI have passed beyond mortality lapse of another year But anyway dont fail to meet us at the Fair News Items are in evidence everywhere this week but Gee its a chasing em dwn jobI Mr and Mrs M Reed were reIcentAn unusual incident occurred in our section last Friday when there were aUImIleof about 600 bushels to 11bos Miller of Willisburg i 96c A B Walker had a valuable mare badly injured last week by being kicked Ed Cusick had ill lu k during hIS round through this section Iat week with his tnreshing uutfit having suffer ed two bad wrecks necessitating an unusual delay each time ofITathamplace last week by the serious illnesof the latters father Wm Derringer Dr Kelly of Lebanon agat thIs place last week on an urgent call to at tend Wm Derrmger Sr who is suffering a dangerous attack of spinal af fections fluLayGrigsb recently purchased a quantity of coA from D C Kelly Edward Dernger ho has been of spending the summer ill the lake regions Michigirz was called to this place last week by the serious ilness ot hisl father Mrs S P Derringer of Springfield was in lour midst SaturjayIDr Sh han of Maud is attending Mary Brown who is sUffering from an attack ot typhoid fever Many trom this place attended church at New last week 01stOtkhas up tori section during the dr weather Much damage being done as a result Hows This Ye offer One Hundred Dollars Reward tor any case of Cat that canI not be cured by HaWs Carrh Cure F J CHENEY COT Toledo We the undersigned have knwn 0IT Cheney for the last 15 years and lieve him perfectly honorable in all mess transactions and financially to carry out any olligations made ableII 1jii firri WaldinJ Kinnan mterilal11Iymonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Take HaWs FamIly Pills for constipation Spiingfleid SSS BandBETTER THAN EVER MUSIC FOil PICNICS AND FAIIS A Splelalty Satisfaction and Prompt Service Guaranteed t AddressPres Springfield Brass Band Box 246 Springfield Ky Augustus G Beam M D daystreatmentPhone 184 H t + SPARROWI Farmers arp engaged In threshing wheat which is making a fairly good yield School is progressing nicely at this plce under the efficient care of Miss Martha Stinnett Gary Sweeney ot IIILIS spendlng a placeGspendlD some weeKs at Crab Orchard Miss Jeskie Fmney of Louisville spent last week with friends in this VI cinity W ti Cammack and wife attended CampGroundMrs P A Yocum spent last Wed placeEday last week on business R H1 Hahn has suffered a severe at tack of paralysis Borne August 9th to the wife of W L Dennis a boy and same date to th wIfe of J W ROmRtnea boy The Rationel Treat ment for Eczema The day of the use of salves and greasy lotions in the treatment of Ec zema and other skin andscalp diseases is Uone TIme has proved them not only pacti ally useless in effect nf per manent cures but also unclean and in reality breeding places for disease germs Leo Haydons Drug Store is pleased to announce irself agent for ZEMOthe modern clean simple and infallible treatment for eczernii pimples blackheads dandruff and nil itch ing diseases of the skin and scalp So confident are e ot its efficacy that we say to youuse Zemo according to directions then If not satisfactory come and get your mOneY hack Ask for booklet telling how to cUre yourslf at home with ZEMO 4 Free Dyspepsia Sample Sufferers from indigestion ate walt peppermintlozenges cures are only makeshifts in the cure of so troublesome a complaint as requJredgsomething tgestiveapparatusand this these simple remedies CInot do cursofbreath and yet a remedy that Only con curspermanentlyIs poor bowel circulation and that re knoWotCaldweUSyrupa quarter ot a century laxativecOnitipatlon complaintsniusciesthatorally and when that has been accorn FannieStuartBlackburnMowith this remedy They became conivlnccd that pills and tablets salts dye onlytemporary bottiewho forwards name and address Later thefreeonedollarpteaaedto totheInaJetteryournameotherwise For either reqUest the CalQiI rho Springfield fun Sl00 per year The Sun and CourierJournal 160 h The States Indstrit1 Show Window OOO Entries Last Year j50000 In Attendance siX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THis YEAR t 30000 In Premiums I HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT 10flStatss Iseures EzhWltsJ 4NATIELLOANDFr Altractiens 1Up Midway HELP US GROW EXHIBITATIENDIOOT WE WILL FURNISH AUSEMENT iNSTRUCTION PROFIT Iow RAILROAD RATES for 1wthat Inferiviation wilts WINEWMM4 Secretary 321 Paui JuisBW LOUISVILLE 2 17 RURAL TELEPHONES I MR FARM RMnke your home as modern for your family asacitv residence and phce yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time rhis cans be accomplished by means ot 9ur tele hone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that IS small corn pared with the benefits received Jail or address our ne r est office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special FARMERS LINE rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can inmediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Maaissippi LoUIsiana and the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TELEffIONE TELEGRAPH COMP Y incorporated i Cotnmissioners SALE w Waslpngton Circuit Court r John H Williams Plaintiff vs Mary IE Williams etc Defndan EqUity By virtue ofa judgment and order of tale of the Washzngtcn CircUIt Court rendered at the May term 1910 m the above styled euuseI shall proceed to offer for sale at theCourl House door in Springfield Kytn Monday August 22 ISIO beingCoUntybest bidder at public auction uPnaIcredit of one two and three years following described property towit The farm owned by the late Lev Willizms commonly known as the Jim Holloway place located abOut one mile countyKypike and is bounded by the lands o- fte late John Hardeaty James Ben ham Sr Lm Cheiser and W C Ed dleman This farm contains about 200 acres of fine land of which 75 tO 100 acres is strictly high IrBde tobacco land and has a first class residence a good stock barn good new tobacco barn and aU he outbuildingsmusuaily found on a farm We call attention to the fact that thIs place is especially well watered lying as it does oil the andLongthe acre survey to be made prior to day ot sale as per order of cort For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must ex cusebolld b aring legal Interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a juJgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promotly with these terms C F BOSLEY MC W C CommisSioners SALEWashington Circuit Court Ky J G McElroy and C A Gren Administrators of Sidney Green Ilffs vs J F lobro DeftEquity By virtue of nt nd order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1910 m the above styled cause for the sum of 56928 with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum from the first day of January 1906 until paid and 5000 for the costs in this action I shall proceed tQ offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Kyon Monday August 22 1910 orthereab9utbeinand best bidder at public auctiOn upon a credit t 6 and 12 months the follow ing described property towit A tract of Land lying in Washington county Ky on the waters ot Wolf Pen Branch and which is bounded as ful- lows On the North by the lands of John Burns and Lawson CUtsm2er on the East by Wm Isaacs and G T Kim 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 22dof April 1905 and recorded m deed book No 51 page 345- in the office ot the Clerk of the Washington County Court For the purchase price the purchaser or pUrchasers with approved security or sureties must execUte bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and efeCt of- fl Judgment a lien being retained on requiredtoC F BOSLEY M C W C C Commissioners SALE KyIGeo Cannon tc Plaintiffs ys Jon athan Cannon Defendant quity BY virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court reprleredat the May term 1910 in the styled cause I shan proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on Monday August 22 1910 at 2 oclock pm or thereaboutbe ing County Court dayto the highest and best bidder at public uuction upon a credit of trve months the following described property to wit TH CANNONPLACE A small tract of Land in Washington county Ky on the waters of Long Run near the Springfield f1d Perry ville turrrnike about 2 miles fromTex 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 ur surties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date 01 sale until paid and having the force and effect of h judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M C W C C Be sure and take Ii bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarhma Remedy with you when starting on your trip this summer It cannot be obtain ed on board the traIns or steamers Changes of water and climate often cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea it is best to be prepared Sold by all druggistsJ ttrP- fft l riIit Cownssioners SALEWashrngt CircUit Court Ky Mattie Mattingly AifmiOlstratrix etc MattinglyetcDefendantdEquitv By virtue ofa judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1910 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on Monday luc st 22 1910 Rt 2 oclock p m or thereaboatheI thehighestIac on a credit of one two and three ears the following described propeity toWit The farm occupied by the late Joe Mattingly and commonly know as the- Lum CamEron farm about four miles East of Springfield Ky In V aching ton county on the waters of Pleasant Run and adjoining the lands of Jas ydHaydonMattingly CONTAINING 139 ACRES 34 Poles This farm IS equipped with a large and substantial brick house good stock and tobacco barns IS welL fenced well watered and ha the same soil that has made the farms lying along Pleasant Run so desirable and so much ought purchasersFor pricethe purchaser or purchasers with aporoved security or sureties must execute bond beaing legal Interest from date Qf sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEYMC W CC DreW F Trusty Practical PentistjSPRINGfIELD KENTUGK tPi Dental work reasonable prices Ai work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber B DLAkE 1 Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENfUCKY Life Fire and Accident JonNY MAYES iFuneral Director iAnd i Licensed Embalmerf SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 2hC Best Attention Every courtsey shown t Handsome LiRe of Caskets awl Iwrial kTelephone DR MW HYATT OFFICE OvER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE ft SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 m 4 to 5 p m DrJ CMudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY- orrIcE c HTDONS Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to 2 P K J It hAMPTON M D SPRlNGIoIEID a KYIOffice in Opera Office phone No 5 Residence No38 T SCOTT MAYES r ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky wiil practice In the courts of Washington Appealeand W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtonandpeals t MARSH lL DUNCAN JLAWYER Lt Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Washingtonand S M CAMPBE- LLAUcTloNEER Springfield Ky spoclaltyWiilable Phone 4 H M RUSSELL AUCTIONEERLebanon Crying of public sales a specialty Can cry sales anywhere cheaper than the LebanonExchange 4 0- t