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Digital page images are linked to the text file. es I mwbt rinfi1h Utt i t DEVOTED TO TIlE INTERESTS Of WASHINGTON COUNTY t v l ia VOLUME SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1910 I4j1 SPRINGFIELD f SCHOOL NOTES A System of Classification Map peck Out B the County Board of Education The Grded School at Springfield will Open Monday Sept 12 All patrons are irged to start the children at once in order that the classlhcatiol may be done at the ginninJrof the term It is much better for puUiI and teacher to have all the pupils in school the first week whn all wiliget an equal atart The grades and teachers as provided for are as follows Grades 1 Band 2 A Miss Emma Nunan Grades 2 Band 2 A Miss1Pearl Clay brooke Grades3 B and 3 A Miss Royalty EvalmeI Graces 4 Band 4A MISS Hetti Rudd Grades Band 5 A tjss Ella Dun can AGrad 6 Band6AMiss Sallie Car Grades 7 and 7 A Miss Jennie Red dng Grades 8 B and 8 A R L Bush High School Prof GeQ W Colvin The County oardof EducatIon has l 3rranged fsr the County High School Work to b done by the High School at pringfi ld AU persons holding teach ers certificates county school diplomas ocare able to pass a satlstactoty examintion befoie a board composed of Prof Colvin Principal of the Graded school and C F Bosley and J Ws Bush members of the County Board of ExaminerS will be admitted free of tuition I It ia earnestly desired by the County Board of Education that all students and teachers wIll avail themselves of this opporturnty Remember that the tUitJon will be free to aU complying With the above conditIons Must Stop Bleaching Ekur- Thegornment has decided that pend ing the decision of the hIgher court in the bleached flour csea mIllers must stop bleaching or stand criminal prose- t41tion for each shipment of bleached flour made in interstate commerce TUE STATE FAIR BEGINS NEXT WJEKA- lFPreparations Have Been torn pleted and the Management SaysThe Best v r IkiIpJv I Five of the worlds fastest pacers will be the 4added attraction at the Kentucky State Fair which begins in Louisville on Monday September 12 The FaIr management was able to aecuie the attraction for only one day Saturday the closing day of the Fair Dan Patch with a record ofl55 Minor Heir 159k Gtorge Gano 203f Hedge Iwood Boy 1021 and Lady Maud C 2021 are the monarchs of the turf who wifl be seen together on Kentuckys soil for the first time Dan Patch and Minor Heir will be driven ts a team- sgainst tIme It is possIble the horses willalso remam over Saturday mght and be exhibited at the closing night horse show- Wednesday September 14 will be one oft banner days of the KentUc- ky State Fair A reception in honor ot Kentueky statesmen has been arranged for Wednesday evening andprominent men from every section ot the Corn anonwealth ShaVe signified their mten ionof beintpresent Although Kentucky Day has been scheduled for tue day foilowitU4 the inauguration of the day for Kentucky tatesmen is expected to meantwo fun days dedicated to the cItizens of Kentucky generally In- v tations have been sent out to memb ers of the Legislature the Kentucky delegation in Congress State and coutty officials and others prominent in publiciife Entries in the horse show which is to be repeated this year as a nightly feature of the Kentucky State Fair include the most prominent show imals in America Every class ex hibitedin the winter shows Ill be seen and the number of horses already entered indicates that the eJChibitin will prose a record bTeaker The night horse was first introduced at the KenI tucky State Fair last year and made an instantaneous hit The Success tlf that occasion has caused the Fair management to devote extra energies to this feature of the big show this year and the attraction will be one well worth an overnlghtstay in the State metropolis Excursion rates have been announced on all railroads covering State FaIr wsek which begins Septem- ber12 and closes September 17 Round trIp one fare plus 25 cents FIXING THE RESPONSIBILITY Oi rsj are Denounced Many Indktments Rt rnedharg If1g first Degree Murder Newark Q SeQIn a fiaheport todaythe Likrng county grand jury places the reponsibility for the lynch Jng of h9ry Detective Carl Ethermg ton ef Kentucky on July 8 on the then Mayor of Newark Sheriff of Licking county and Chief of Police of NewqrkallOf whom haye since resigned oreeeposed The report IS caustic m dealing with these offici4ls and says had they acted withleasonable diligence the riots and yncing could have been prevented A totalOf fiftyeight udlctmen was returqed by the Irand jury jn theitwenty even days of its sitting connection wIth the lynching Of these twenty five charge The alleged rioters with murder in the first degree twenty one are accused of rIoting ten withas ault and two with perju- ryENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED Of TwoPopular Young JoupEe- sWeddmgs to Take Place In t October Mr 1TP Edel n liai announced the engagement oh1s daughter Pearl to Mr JOBW Potin the wedding to take place October 4 at 9 Jl zp at St Rose church The vontracting parties are among the bestknown and most popular of the young people of the county The bride to be is not only a member of an old and honorable tamily but is a beautiful girlwho numbers her friends by her acquaintances Mr Polin Is a proni nent young layer and editor of the NewsLeader Announcement has been made of the engagement of Mis Ellen Farra Greg to Mr Edwin Dupuy W904s0 1 The marriage will be solemipzed Oct 12th at Pleasant Grove Church FAMILY REUNION Mrs Lucy ArbJderman has an- njoyle milY Reunion A most erijoyable famIly reunion was heldat the home of Mrs Lucy Holder man on the 22nd ult Some fifty guests assembled at the hospitable resIdence of Mrs Holdermatt on the festive occasion and partook of an excellently appointed dinner most attentively served The day was spent in a reminiscent manner and the time passed only too quicky Those present were Mary Q Taylor nq two sons Hebran and Han nibal of Mackville Mr and Mrs Ben Buge niithree sOns Lee James and George of Stewart Henry Hall and two sons Robert and Hulettof Tag lorsviliel Mrs Richard WUkerson and daughter MissMaJtgie Bell of Mack yule Mr and Mrs Sid Russell and two children Mr George Goode wile and two children of Stewart Mr Toni Bug e wife and little daughter of MackvilJ Mr arid Mrs A B Young of Texns Ky Mr C P Claybrookc and daughter Miss Emma MIsses Ada and ElvJe Cocanougher of Texas Ky The company departed hoping that Mrs Itolderman will spend many more enjoyitble reunIQns A FRIEND Chamberlajjs Colic Chotera and DI arrhcea Remeqy is today th best known medicine in use for the relief and curt of bowel complaints It cures griping diarrhoea and should be ta- rken at hefirstunnl1tural looseness oJ the bowels It is equa1y valuable for children and adults It always cures- Soidbyalldruggists IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL Throng of Sorrowing Comrades and Friends follow Judge Saufleys Rem into the Grave Wrapped in a Confederate flag the emblemof acause for which he fought and suffered imprisonment and the love of whiczi he cherished untIl his death the mortal remains of Micah Chrisman Sautey were laid to rest in the Stanford cemetery Sunday afternoon A great throng of sorrowmg friends representing six counties had gathered there to pay a final tribute to the memory of a great man At the house there was s simple funeral service and a prayer by the Rev JoiThh Ballou of Stanford At the grave tleRev E MGre rof Dan vi1lespoks few words t tlieConfed erateveter ha present and offered a prayer thatreachedthe very depths of every heart in that little band of agedI men Dr Green hImself had battled for the lost couse and he knew ind loyed the dead m n as he knew and loved the veterans who with their gray theads bowed in grief stood aboii ttheir comrades grove It was 3 wonderful prayer that the grand old minister utTered for the helpanQ comfordof the remain ing members of the Southern Army and every yeter n there displayed hist deep emotion The active pallbeaiers were Peter McRoberts T J HIll Kendrick Al corn and J Ba leyof Stanford Chas li Rodesot Danville Chrles Hardin of Htrodsburg and W 1 Williams of Lancaster Fhe hon orary pallbearers were the C federate veterans of the distticLI he great number of strangers as wll as the throng of his townsmen wio attended the funeral of Judge- S ufley attested the loving esteen 1- nwiich he was held throughout the- legth and breadth of hIs Judicial di- strictDanyilleMessertger1 PECULIAR MYSERY Surrounds Appearance of Thre II Mat on Main re tiFoun by Mr The resIdents of Main street in the vicinity of Sheriff Foxs livery stable are much mystified overin occurrence that took phice in that sctiohyester day Three hats handsome milliiiery fell from aboveto the street Mr Ed ward Flaig the jeweler piCKed the hats up and took them into his store and immediately reached the conclusion that they belong to unknown ladies who were passing over town in an airship and were probably leaning oUt when a sudden gust of wind came Several cItizens have reported to the Advocate that they saw an airship go over townDanville Advocate KILLED BY LIGHTNING J hriCornley Instantly Killed tJy Lightning Near his Iloipe at Willisburg John Comlev the 1earld eon of rastusComley was killed byiightniSg near Wijlisburg last Friday The young man accompanied by hIS father had left the field where theywere at work when the storin came up and started IIor the house they had reached and were crossing the yard tOward the house when the youngman was struck Mr Erastus Comley and hIs wife were both shocked by the lightnin but were not seri usly injured Banks lunsob dte Instead of Springfield having two 1iw ban aswe report Iastw ek it will have but one The t 0 banks have consolidated on most a icable terms the stOck holders in eac bank taking one half of the capItal s ckot5OOO Next Saturday at 2 olock the stOCK holders will meet to eleci directors and officers of the bank t WAS CUSTER A SUICIDE St Ii9nseIfRather Prisoner VirsyliaN M August 21Robert Jackson of CQstilh TaoscountyIN M offers a startlmg addition to history in the statement that Gen George A Custer the hero of Custers massa cre long believed to have been killed and sCjlped by the Sioux on the battle field wa not murdered by the Indians but died as the result of a gunshot w und inflicted by hIs own hand rather than be taken prisoner Jackson was for nine and a half J ears a scout and guide of UietJnJied States soldierS his service beginning m 1874 and ending in 188t Jackson served under Gen Otis Gent Reno Col Ben tine Gn Miles Gen VUter and Gen Hazen At the time of the battle in which CUlter met his death Jackson was ser ving in the SIxth UQited States lnan OtisfhenInfantry Juckon was with the first companito reaCh the battlefield terthe masSacre and gIves in detail the scene asitpresented itself to him Jack son says that an examination of Cus ters body showed that the wound whIch caused his death was fired at close range the powder burn inaicating plainly that the P15tJ was held against the head Jackson was commanded by Gen Reno to talk with the IndIans after th s had been subdued by the United States troops in the hopes of finding out how Custer was kllled The Indians thl1 Jackson that Gen Custei was the 1ist man to fall in battle They wanted tb take hIm alIve be lieving that wih him as a prisoner they couif forc the government to terms Realizing thIs fact Jackson Bays the Indians old him that Custer placed a gun to hs head and fired According to Jackson the Indians all loved Custer andcalled him uThe LongHair ed Chiet Jackson is a picturesque and although he Was inlong characterf ous serVIce is not receiving frOm the govermpent because he was not a regularly nlisted soldier Friends Taos County are interesting them selves In his behalfanil hope tore eivc- aid for hIm from the government to compensate hIm for valuabl stcesrendered Jackson acted as scout for Gen Otis when he went to the relief of Gen Miles than being qna detail along the tIedhim and afterward gave the scala to Gen Miles After tha Indians had been driven into Canada Jackson acted as a guide when Gn Miles burned over a large ter tory along the northern boundary of the United States and drove south the buffalo o that the Indians were forced to surrender the following winter ATTEMPTED BRIBERY A Burley Tobacco Society Speak- erS ys President LeBus Was Recently Approached Lebanon Ky Sept 6In the ourse ofa speech on the tobacco situation in KentuCky here yesterday afternoon to a large number Of tobacco growers for mer State Senator W A Byron of Bracken county Dade the sensational stat m nt that an attempt was recent ly made tO bribe President Clarence Le SocIetyAccordin Bus was offered 250000 to let the tobacco now in the ppol be sold at a certain pricymd to afterwarrsever his connection with t e Society Alt Le Bus at once dismissed the man from his office according to the speaker and reported the occurrenceto the other officials pt the Society aved A Soldiers Life t Fucihg death fromshot and shell in the ciVil war was more greelbleto d A Stone of Kemp Tex than facing it from what ductOrs said was consuni- Dtiort 11 contracted a stubborn cold i e wrItes that eveJoped a cough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies tor years My weIght ran dawn to 130 pounds Then t began to use Dr completelvior Coughs Colds LaGrip Asthma Hemorrhage Hoarseness Croup Whooping Cough and lung trouble its sup reme 5Oc 100 Trial bottles free liuranteed by Ha dod thd Robertson JRIIiIURnIIImIlPJIIllliDIIIDCDJI8J1ItiU1l1lIIar11rIIJIIiII iyo1uAre = everyone in the famil can read something to help educate youions and daughters tobe useful at home 3ndo th- Tarni I 1 something to prepare them to be useful during their I = 1ivesWe have an offer to make you for a short time iwhich will helpyouto accomplish these things By taking IS tdantage ofit you will hive something for everys N member of tile famiir to read this winter during Idle 1o ments Read It and learn of Its merits Ii I = WE OFFER YOU I a Uom and Farm the Souths Greatest Agricultural aperI= fQr one full year price Io HH 50 Ii I Uncle Reniises fiQm MagazIne a Southern Magazine i- For oneful1yeir price f ioo Ef iGood I1ouseIeeping for home and HousewifeI I br onelull ear price 150 IiThe Daily EvenIng Louisville Post 1 For full three motths price i 25 I The Springfield Sun Your Home Paper 4t Ii For one fulle r price roo- ThtalJ price for all five pauers 5 25 1 0II I Did you eversee another offer to equal it Not and ou l find many an hours reading thIs for less money j IwI you wl11everget again g Dont delay s thiS offer is 1trnitdto a short time IISEND CHECK APEit MONEY OR MONEY ORDER AT ONCEI TIlE SUNK Springfield I II irmLiiIuRanRuiIU N J t A HOT L SPRINTING Nt Bob Short was Chased by hs Lady Iri nd Throujh MbinStreet i Robert Shorty the gentleman of cal or whor for a number of years hag acted SR assIstant to Jailer WS Fitzgerald in runriing that institution mad a run Sunday night that would have 1eckIespeeders However in Bobs ease there ISso excuse for the reckless run Be wag not running toqualify for trackteaID or for exercise although he was running for nis healthS sake but tbere was nevertheress a reason He had as usual on Sunday evening called to see his sweetheart and bask in the smiles of the only girl he evered loved but he did not find her in the best of humor and before long they quarreled In fad they did mere than quarrel they fit In the scume between Robert and hIs frIend whoge name by the way is ophia Grant Shorty was hacked about the face with hisaftinitySeemgof the argument and thinking that alive soldier was better than a de3df1ig HearincIthe hmmer of the razor ur the oOO light Shorty did not hesitate to e through one of the mail boulevards of the cIty although scantily attired He did not stop running until We haL arrlven at the police hedqimrtera where he rudely disturbed the pettcefJ slumbers pi the officers imploring theto protect him A warrant has been sworn out for the arrest Qf the festiv SophIa and she will be tried later in th 7 weekDanville Messenger t POSTMASTERS it Wi Meet In Louisville Sept- eberl3thl4thaodl5th It has been decided by the POt masters Association which includ a 1 Presidential offices and the State League of Postmasters of Third awl 2 Fourth class offices to hold a joint 1 meeting this year in Louisville Sept 14th and 15th The League WIll meet at 2 oclockJ m on the 18th for the i purpose of transacting such business aa pertains to Larue affairs only On the 14th and 15ththtf Assosiatioa and League will hold a joint meeti for the purpose of discussing poatal af lairs There will be several representativea i 1of the Post6ffic Department preen t to give instructions The new MoneyT Order and Registry System willfully be A explained Every Postmaster should attend as they will learn maN than they would in years at home ad i many things they never would leaniJ otherwise 6 Teachers Wanted i The demand for teachers who havw been trained in the Western NorinaIfkt IS greater than the supply Session opens September 6th Writetpresident H H Cherry BowlingGreeo Ky for informatIon relative to free tu ition SKIN AFFECTIONS Whether on Infant or Grown Per sonCtwed byZern and Zerno sOopAn Un s al Offer i The Leo Haydon Thug Store says to eyery person be it man woman or child who has an Irritated tender r itching skin to me to our store aaI procure a bottle of ZEMO and a cak oJ ZIMO s ap nd if you are not entirely atlsfied with results comeback and et your money So con dent arei we of the efficacy of this clean SuBPMt treatment that we make you this Ull spaloffer zlivtO is a clear liquid for external use that has cured so many cases of eczema pimples daJ1dru and okgc forms of skin eruption ZEMO Dd ZEMOsoap are the mt eatiantcaL iq wl1 asthe cleahest and most efective reatnient for affections of the skiit oe scalp wiether on infant or grown I Ison i t 4yS I 1 t ii r t iI r JI lie Springfield Sun iFL SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY tTe joy ride Is generally Its own Nemes1 If Diamonds are one thing that In rese in value after decreashi In IfO L twinter was a very severe one lIut ve bear no grudge against flWf Laughing may make people fat but that is not what stout people care 10 know l ln hIs modest unobtrusive Way the cricket is advising yoU to lay Ia your- eercoaiW f J Tobacco crop short and revoluUon J Cuba again There aint going to bano butts Will Thomas A Edison pleaso in fFent something to geep ice from melt Ing in summer People who predIct that this was to be 1a hot summer are around mer- iion1Iig the fact Whei New York gets to sellhu- bre d by weIght maybe the young hr1de will make a fortune Haying had her eyes Insured fort Ji5 OOOa New Vork chorus girlis prb- ared to make eyes at all corners Were you ever so tired that after tutlng one foot up you dreaded to t PUit down again to cnpleto the tej AnQilier 20000 diamond has bean o F1n South Africa All they theroi to pick up the eO1th lt your socks your tie and your I iiatband do not mat h In color you cnstILeludethe critical by go1ti- giFwfmII Bread Is to be sold In New York by weight Then the inconsIstent cus toniers will conpIain if it Is light and iit4sntfr 2cTw thai an aeroplane has been struck bi lIghtning we discover that jWtndisnt the only thing the aviators kayo to combat A hoWjng pigeon has just flown 1000 miles in about five days That will keep the flying machine busy for 19me time to come I 4 ChIcago professor says that kunks ar good to eat but until we l e the mat trust try to corner them well reuse to believe It Thos billions ot bacteria reported found In frozen eggs are not so tm figuLondon reports the presenceof 130 9Q foreIgn walters Class in ne ttis1D10qnt INOplah can sleep souiIly after giv- Ing away a millIon dollars says N w York preacher Lets all get t ethr and disprove th4 statement ANew York couple got married the bthqr day because they said they both loved the same bull pup The Lilly season is showIng results all- Igjit New York druggIst thInks rattlesnake poison Is a cure for consump iUonConsumptfon is also Ii cure for U esnake poison Butwho gets the rst bite iAmerican tourists are reported to be the most eager patrons of dirigible JlOOns in Eurppe TheIr experiences w1th the tlpcustom in theIr travels Jcems to make them careless ot lifeI The only doubt to be thrown on the ItOJy of those quadrllllous of mIcrobes m frozen eggS 1sthat It Is almost be yonci belIe thatany seltrespecting cTob would relish that sort ot food The man for whom the law should provIde a partIcularly severe penalty when caught is the chaufeur who strlke a person down and then runs iway from his victim 4We nave got to havea copy of that new department of a1cuIture bu tetln on The Life History and Con tIpi of the Hop Fle Beetle even If the government does chaIge 10 cents torL peDperlntrli Nowthekeeter make his helrs1JaYfor the soup Ttu alfalfa cure for snake bite Is viewed with infidelity but the snake 4ite cure for tuberculosis is vouched Zorhi a recent caSe Cautious people ll1 prefer to have neither allmern anduse neither remedy Lady Dockrell has been instructing th young women of England that bus kaiids must be healthy Undoubtedly 1l1s annoying to have a modern home husbWldiHusbands wif1a correspondIng sttpuiaUw o- Dfti 3art ot the lV s rrttif + f n H u jROUND ABOUT i ITHESTATE i++ + + MOST IMPORTANTNEWS GATHERED FROM ALL NTUCKYiI+ 0 jot Iot THIRTEEN YEARS COLLECTOR SamjeI JO Roberts Gives Dinner in Honor of His Success r LingtonThe recepUoh a ddIn nor iiven at the Lexington Country clib- by Samuel J Roberts the outgoing hl- lect4r ofinternafreveIue of the Sev nth district of Iientuctty in honor of his uccessor Cl Thiothy A Fi d was argely attended and a somewhat unusual event Mit Roberts has broken all intErnal revefiuo records for the Seventh dis- trictand the state of Kentucky In the length of hia service as collctor Ills term extending from October 1 18I7 to Sptember i 1910 one month short of i years HIs orlgIIal comthlssiO- nsignd by President McKinley just sh was leavIng Washington for Cltk r Champlain oli his first vacation is daied July 28 1897 CoIl ctOF Po Rennick Qf the Pc- r1a Drdistrict which collects the Huge t revenue of aU the distrIcts in Aiherica and Collector L F Pctt of- Louidvilic possthly the next largest accented invitations tb the dinner Mri Roberts has hd the rather un usual record of serving under three presiIents and six commIssioners of- intcrial revenue Cot Field was nom mated and confirmed in January but as m1act of specIal courtesy to Mr wa ordered by President Taft that t110 transfer of office should not until September which IY agrable to Col FleJd NGE INCIDENT wasltlr te d for Murder oh Funeral Train of Victim lnusual occurrence of arieStinga person charged with murcJr vllo was making hIs escapp on the funeral train orhs at- 1eged jkU toC place here when the 11011cc officers todk Charles Burton a aged 30 years ot Shel coalEIPeJ custody and lodgd hUn prison He Is a miner and is cha1rged wIth shooting F T StaPles twIce and killing him at Mine No in Shlbu n a mIning townin SulUvan county C11 The body of was in the bag gage car Of thetrain and Burton was rIding on the cushfons ot the smoker Two men who were members of the funerdi party thtttwas taking the corps to a point inDaviess county for Internent passed through the smoker where they saw Burton dnd recognized himWhqn the train arrived at Hendei son thiese two memberS of the funeral party roceeded to notify Officer lIon enbor0er who arrested Burton JAIL DELIVERY Fcur IshortTerm Prisoners Escape From Prison at Glasgow GlasjowWilI Goodhue Charles Parrisi Will fRoss and James Cook sey qonfined in the county jail here made escape Vhn Capt Na than Burkes the jailer was notified by other prIsoners of the escape he found he keys in the door How the- plsonejs got possession of the keys a iystery Other prisoners who w itnesed the escape tell conflicting stories The most plausIble theorY Is that a conCed rate acquainted with the jajl secured the keys from the jailers room and passed them to the prison ers were beiflg thejree dom the corridor all10wed getaway Wi considerable ex ent They shortterm prIoners ROADS CONVNTFON AT STATE FAIR LouIvilleEfforts are being put forth t brIng about a recordbreaking- atteidanco at the state good roads convention which wIll be held at the K entcy state fair at Louisville on Sept em er 15 State enator J F- l3oswo4h of Middlesborp Is presIdEnt Good Roads asso elation land he has just Issued a call for the convention which has been addressbd to all county judges fiscal courts tnd the commercial organIza tIons throughout the sta e Gov Will sonbasalso Issued an a peal that the convention be largely attended J W Newman secretary ot the faIr asso elation has supplemented the call oI Senator tlosworth by letters to good r ads e thuslasts in all sections of the commo wealth Senator Dosworths good r ads bill failed of passage in the last session of the eneral ass m bly but l1e is of the opInIon that laws will be 1f1cted at the nt sessIon of legislat reo AY TAKE HARGE lssloned Maj ColIer Is com as Kentucky Reve uetgehL Louls4illeMaj w Collier has received his commissior from Wash irgton rnakIng hIm r venue agent This is what is known ts the secret iervice branch ot the department and has a slary of 3600 atachcd It is expected that he will t41 e charge of the revenue agency at C1ncin ati this- reek He was iormerl3tadeputy Iti the internal rev nue GOV WILLSONS VACATION Fra kfortG9v Willson has had- a good long vacation up in Mich igan and Lleut Gov W JCox has been In the govelj1 ors en air Gv Villson has sd- Ised iis friends that he is ready 1o come home On hIs way he atpcdi- n CinCinnati on Monday to be present at the opening ot the Ohio Yaile cx- posltiOIi From Cincinnati the gOY e nor went to Frankfort where lie remained one day prepthntoil to a trIp to Chattanooga where heattenda the meetingof the American Bar assogiauon the last of thiS wehik Upon his return the overnQr announces jliat hewlll be on the job at Frankfort pretty stead IY NO INCREASED fEES FrankfortAty Gin James Breathitt na1Ied to V S Fit2g erald Of Danyille presidept of the State Jailers association an dpinion inI Which he bolds that the present jailers can not receive the iucreased fees allowed them in apact of the last leg- Islature Breatiitt holds that the charging of fees can not be legally done during their term of office Jan ers elected for the next terms will receIve 75 cents a day fOr the mflln tenance of prisoners but the presit jailers will onl ba llowed 50 cents a day for the maintehance of prison en BUY EXTENSvEtPAL LANDS Winchester1he BenYind White coal synd1ate of Baltimore ha corn pleted the acqillrement of 25000 acres of fuel coal laRd in Harlanand Fletcher counties along the Upper Cumber land river at the reported price ot- 1250OQO and wm xpendseYeralmn lion dollars on Ita detrelopmert con It with the Wasioto Blacr- 1fountaln railroad f MUSICK IN BREATHITT GeorgetownTheSc tt County Her wd formerly edited and owned by3- O Gaines has passed fcrmally out business The prdsses type and fittings were sold at public flu tlon to Ryland Musick former r of Georgetown now of Jackson Ky whO expects to start a new paper at th4 pplnt rthe Cothmonwea1j DanvllleThe annual rite rtlng Of the Eighth DistrIct Publ1shing league of the Kentucky Press aoclaton will be held at Estill Springs Se ember 2 to 5 LoulsvillcLewis Barret sonof the late Thomas L 1ariet former president of the Natjonal Bank of Kentucky died of Injuries sustained in lin altOniobn accidentI Owe sboroPreparatlons are being made to entertaIn about 1000 delegates in Owensboro during the state convention of the ChrIstian church which meets September 19 to 22 inclusive ElizabethtownThc HirdiIi County Farmers institute will convene here September 7 and 8 The Enl erJment station at Lexington vilIsend four experienced agrIcultlrafspeakers for the occasion CarlisleOne of the biggest hog sales In thi section In months took place here 4Vhen Jesse Flshbadk sold to G W Mclntire otlUllersburg47 hogs weighing 11682 pounds The consideration was 1057S3 DedfordJohn Wood was shot at his hrmC on the Ohio riverZnear Trout thisco mt3P The weapon ushd was a shotgun The wounded man was taketl to Madison Jud and the sur geons took from his flesh 45 shots Prankfort Labor mun of all trades and conditions will be benefited it they attend the picnic atGlcnwood park on Labor day September to hear Hon EllIs A Williams of LOuis- ville dl1ver hIs Labor day speech Much of his address will be ilevoted to the conditions of the rural laborers that is the farmer- sCarrolltonWminm McCreary 28 died ot typhOid fever at the home ot of his father Henry McCleary near Eagle His brother Audley died a month ago of typhoid fever About aycar ago the eldest son Walton Mc Creary died of consumption makIng three deatps ln the family within a yearLouIsvIlleCol W B Haldemar major general ot the Kentucky dI- vision United Confederate Veterans has fixed upon September 16 as the date for holding a reunion of the memo bers of the ICentucky divIsion U C v The reunion will be held atthe Confederate hom at Pewee Valley be- gInning at iO3O in the morning of September 16 A major general for the UfvisIon and three brIgadIer generals are tobe elected at the reunion and other business of Importance Is scheduled to come up for consideration It is likely that many who at tend the reunion as Pewee Valley will attend a reception to le given iii honor ot Confederate veterans at the state fair grounds LOuisville that evenIng MlddlesboroW A Cooke presi- lent of the Cooke Market Co was attacked by a boar when walking through his stock pens and one leg was badly injured Mr Cooke for merly was postmaster of Middlesboro L xIngton There seems to he serJt- IUS danger of Company C the organ tatlon of State Guards which has long been maIntained here beIng mustered lout of service at the request oUs commander Capt J R Same on ac count of the failure ot the city and coupty to provMe R suitable armory wherein thomen marIlinad kiup their efficPtlcyG THREATENING MOVE WILL FRIGHTEN TIMID GOATSt Most Extraordinary Characteristic Festure ot These Animals Is That They Scare arid FalnL Upon Slightest Provocation Did you ever bear of fainting or nervous goats ihera are said to be many of them inexistenCe The mOst extraordinary character IstIc of these animals is that they are vcrY easily frightened To sImply aay boo at thEm in a threatenIng man r Angora Kids ner wIll cause them to fall helplesslY to the ground and remainl there untIl the spell leaves them They scare and faint upon the slightest pro acUo l To merely jump over a tenee or bar 16 to 18 izche from the grountl is sufficient to cause them to become stiff and faint While undth tbe Influence of these TANDAkDOF h GOOD ROAD Demand of Present Age Is oHighway That I Smooth hErd and tsabIeEvery raYrear By HOW GROSS The roads of ARtH west have been so for the last generation that have fixed a low standard fort what they term a good road All of the earth roads ares spmetimes good and when In prime conditIon as they now and then are nothing could be better but when the raIn comes and the frost heaves they are about the wrost possIble Those who have seen some of the better roads Of Now England and the high ways Of Europe will fix a much h1gh er standard The demand ot the age is for a road that is smooth hard and usable every day In the year that the road condItion shall IIi no manner in terfere with the use ot It This can only be brought about first by proper grading and a thorough drjInage whIch Is the most Import feature ot roadbulldlng and next to cover It with a hard smooth wearIng surface of long life Economy In road buIlding does not necessarily mean low first cost On the contrary thIs low first cOst Is apt to make the road expensIve to main- taIn Its better to add 2 per cent or 60 per cent to the costn the first Instance land secure long Uto and low maintenance In the central west gravel crushed limo stone and where available blast furnace slag are the materIals from which the main part ot the road should be construted Four or ljve Inches of these naterials- will form a good foundatIon for the wearing surface This should beaharder substance What is known as WIsconsIn granite is the best material avaIlable In the central west for wearing surface Enormous quhnti ties of It are found throughout the central portIon of the Badger state Three inches of this material spread upon a highway ttoroughly compacted and bOnded with some asphal tIc mIxture such as the asphaltic residuum of Texas petroleum some products of coal tar or best of all grnulated asphaltic rock will give a su face ot excellent texture dustless and wIth wearing qualitIes at least twce that ot limo stone and two or three times that of ordInary gravel Upon the roads that have the heavy traffic it is better to Use materials ot surfaceYUhlime stone wlll serve the purpose admirably The people having In charge the road administration ought to real Ize that the most expensive way to bUild a road Is by the annual tax levy bulldiig the road lIttle by little The Roots ot the ordinary cultivated plants will notgrqwin soIls saturated with water and a certain amount of moIsture are necessary and the spells the goats can be turi1 dover and dragged about as it they were dOad they become so rIgid that theY can be lifted bodily without bend inF The animals seem to retnrn theIr fOulUes durIng these extraordinary spells but their cye have an expres- sIon Dfanxletyone might say agony The reason for such a peculiarlY highly developed nervomuscular system have notas yet been ascertaIned The goats seem normal in every other Ifurtlcular and have thIs alvantage over the common goats They can easily be kept withIn prescribed grounds 7 burden Is heavy thh construction ez pensive and the results not satIsfac tory Good stone or gravel roads area permanenf improvtment they laSt fQr g neraUons with a mOderae amount ot attention and the cost tit them ought tobe spread over a series of yeftrs not less than twenty and let those that come after us help bear the burden of road construction It this plan were adopted Supplemented by state aid whereby all taxable prop erty of the state would be sUbject to a tax to pay onehalf of the expense of buildIng and maintaining the high ways and road supervision were made a county tnstesd of a township mat maIntenance and an road xs 1Pal in cash there would be an immense savIJlg to the taxpayer and better roads for every one to use PROPER TIME TO CUT WUEAT I Let to Stand Until Dead Ripe Much o It Win Be Sha- ttercdShockins Is Also Important By W D iNEAL I have found It best to cut wheat when it is a golden yellow It it Is cut green It Is very liable to spoil Jf a raIny season sets in on the shocks fall down Especially Is thIs true It the bundles are large If it Is left to stand until It Is dead rIpe much ot It wIll be shattered at cutting time The falling ot the heads on the canvas and the kickIng of the bundles to the ground by the machine and the hanrt hag of them in shocking will shatter much of the grain This ls a complete loss very short time The shocks must bo well put together If they stand the wind and rain of summer montjis to be about the same size and built after a good substantial plan The followIng has proved itself to bo a very successful way ot putting bundles together to sttnd the storms of summer Place three pall of bundles in a row and set a bundle at each end The bundes In the pair should be set out nt thb butts to give a good slant when set together It Is well to see that the The end bundles should also slant sufficIently Now place three bundles to each side and Put on a couple ot caps The siock should be set with the end to thb direction from whence most t J H PROPERjjEPTH F0R DRAINS deeperthe havuskl1l veryimportant systemL slantwel feetdeepgIve better resultS A denso clay or hardpan may be Impervious to water and a drain sunk any dcth 1n tt wouId be uaalesL d I NO CHANCE 10 GO WRONG Statement of beauty Doctor May Have Seen True but It was Not Gallant William F Oldham lishop ot Singapore talked aia dInner on his lut vIsit to New York about missionary work A certain type ot man he said goes about declaring that we dora Inant races civilize the savage tof exlstencethat we do theta harm stead of good Welt as a matter of fact if these cavalIers knew what I know about some tribes they would speak less confidently Some tribes are sode base that to do them anything but good would hardly bb possible They are in tact just llle the ugly wom an who visited the beauty doctor- This woman was ugly In every fea ture but her nose was particularly ugly That no doubt was why she desired the beauty doctor to begin on ItI am willing she said to py- you liberally doctor but I demand in return substantial results We win start with my nose Can you gttar antee to make It ideIly beautiful The doctor after looking attentively at the womans nose replied Well madam I cant say as to ideal beaUty but n noEolike yours I cQul4ntt help improving if lhft With a mallet The Stylish FIsherman One of the guests of a fashionable summer resort in West Virginia got himself up in his best fishIng togs and started along a certain mountain tream Meeting a native he asked Here my good man KIndly tell me whether It vpuld be worth my while to try fishing In this vicInity The nativb regarded him sriornfu11y The fisblna1nt good he finally said but I aint informed as to how you values your time LLi plncoWs Deafness Cannot Be Cured by loolappUcatlons as they cumot reach the tUI- oeued portion or the ear There only one way to cure deaZnes and that Is by consUtuUonAl remedl Deafness Is caused by all IIISamed condItion of Umucous lining ot the Euztacblan TUbe When tube Is lnSuned you bays a rumbling sound or iapei1ect hearing and when Jt entirely closed Deal littakentJon hear1nt wm bs destroyed 1cever DIne nothlaCbute4Detncnby Hairs Catarrh Cure Send for circulate me 0hIdTake lWra PniU7 for eonzUpatlos How Lightning Splits Trees Lightning makes trees explode like overcharged boIlers The flame of the lIghtning does not burn them up nor does theelectric flash split them Ute an ax The bolt flows through Into all the dampintertices of the trunk and into the hollows under its bark All the moisture at once Is turned into steam which by its immediate explo slon rIps open the tree For centuries this sImple theory puzzled scientists but they have got in right at st Mrs Hendersons Waist Ms Henderson isnt going to year that pretty white waist of 1ers agala because It came from the wash an streaked and spotted by the rosin that was in the common yellow soap If Mrs Henderson will have It washed again with Easy Task soap which has no rosin I it to streak anil rot the tbrics ten to one It will look like new Easy Task does wonders for the clothes and for the women WH wOrk Costs no more than poor soaps Best men are molded out of tv1ta Shakespeare WORTH MOUNTAINSOF s During Change of Life says Mrs Chas Barclay passingthroughtheChangeofLffeandsuffered i from nlrToumeui- ffii lti andotherannojin andtJdiaEF1nkh ams Vegetable Com pound has proved worth mountains ofgoldtomeuI restored myhealth and strength Inever forget to tell friends what LydiaEPinkhamsVegetable during this trying period Complete restoration to health means so much sufteritrouble pubilo so you may publish this letterMns CuAS BAGUY RFD GranltevilIe Vt iUhasqualified endorsement No othe led lcine we know Qf has such a record of cures of female Ills as has Lydia E CompoundFor been curing female complaints such as inflammation ulceration local weak 0 fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache Indigeitlo and necvous prostration and it is unequalled for carrying womeJl safely the period of cbtll of life It costs but little to try Lydia LPinkhams Vegetable Compound DdasMrsBarclasays1t Is Uworthmo tsins of gold to suffering women 1mI ltii ihocpi niYQWalt v f CONSERVATION PATRIOTIC DUTY iIosevelt at St Paul Advocates New Methods WASTE AND MONOPOLY WRONG WaterVlays and Forests Discussed Stateand Federal ControlCoun try Life Institute is Favored iSt Paul Mimi Sept 6Theodore ROosevelt was the central figure In the conservatlon congress today and delivered an address that called forth te warmest praise of those who ere fortunate enough to hear It The tact that the former president was to speak attracted to the convention hall a tremendous crowd and the man Who has made conservation one of the chief Issues In the united States Waif given the heartiest kind of a greetlngl Taking National Efficiency for his general jectMr Roosevelt said Americas reputaUon for efficIency stands deservedy hIgh throughout the world We ae efficient probably to the bythereasOn to be proud of our achievements BRei yet no reason to believe that we cannot excel our past Through a practically unrestraIned individualism we have reached a pitch of lIterary unexampled material prosperity although the distribution of thIs prosperity leaves much to be desIred from the standpoint of justice onlyt110wedwas In the main right we have also at thoughtheyusingthexatlon and enormous wealth for their own advRtap This development of corpo I rate action It Is true Is doubtless In large part responsible for the gigantic development of our natural resources but It- t notleas responsible for waste destruc tion amel monopoly on an eqUally gIgantic seale The method of reckless and uncontrolled private use and waste has done ter us all the good It ever can and It Is time to put an end to It before It does all the evil It easily may We have passed the time when heedless waste and de struction and arrogant monopoly are any longer permissible Henceforth we must seek National efftciency by a new and a better way by the way of the orderly development and use coupled with tJae preservation of our natural resources by xiakig the most of what we have for the benefttot all of us Instead of leaving the sources of material prosperity open to IndIscriminate exploitation These are some of the reasons why It Is wise that We should abandon the old point of view and why conservation has become a pa- trIotic duty Waterways Development On of the greatest of our conservation problems Is the wise and prompt development and use of the waterways of thIs Nation The Twin ClUes lying as they do 8t the headwaters the MississippI are not upon the dlrec lIne of the proposed lakes to the gulf deep waterway Yet they a1ie deeply Interested In Its Prompt completion as well ne In the and regulation of the Mlssls- s1ppl to the mouth of the Missouri and to the gulf The project for a great trunk extendingfromakes should not be abandoned The lakes to the gulf deep Waterway and the development of the ijvers which flow completiontTh nearly every river city from 5t Paul to the gulf the waterfront it controlled by the railways Nearly every artificIal waterway In the United States either TeetIy or Indirectly Is under the same control It goes without saying that un leu the people prevent It In advance the railWays will attempt to take control of our waterWays as fast as they are Improved and completed nor would I blame them If we the people are supine In the matter We must see to It that adequate termInals are provided In every city and tom on every Improved waterwayS term ua1s open under reasonable conditions to the use of every citizen and rJKldly prO- tected against monopoly and we must compel the railways to cooperate with the waterwayS continuously effectively and under reasonable condItions Unless we do so the railway lines will refuse to deliver freight to the boat lines either openly orb Imposing prohibitory cond- lttons nd the waterways once Improved will do comparatively little for the bene fit of the people who pay the but Adequate terminals properly controlled and open through lines by rail tnd boat are two absolutely essential conditions to the usefulness of inland waterway development I believe furthermore that the railways Should be prohibited from own h Ing contro1Un or carrying any Interest In the boat lines in our rivers unless under the strIctest regulation and control of the InterState Commerce Commission so that the shippers Interests may be tully protected The National Forests If any proof were needed that forest protection Is a National duty the recent destruction of forests In the west by fire would supply It Even with the ai4 of the army added to that ot the forest 3ervlce the loss has been severe With nut either It would have been vaS ly greater But the forest service does more than protect the National forents against lIre Increaslng1yfor which I have the figures the National forests were used by 2OOG cattlemen WIth their herds 5000 sheepmen with their nocks 5000 tlrnbermen with their crews and 45000 miners More than speciallndustrtes residentpopulationabout a quarter of a million which Is larger than the population of certain agrlcqIturaJlandhavelisted for patent withIn the forests and showVa year use tho forests for recreation camping hunt trig fishing and similar purposes Jill thIs Is foneofcoune without Injury to the timber which has a valU of at leas- ta thOusand million dollars Moreover the natIonal foresUr protect the water supply ot a thousand cities and towns about O Irrigation projects and more countingtlotj05j5 by Individual settlers Country Life Institute The investigations of the Country Life commIssion have led the fatners ot this country to realize that they have not been gttipg their faIr share of progress and t all that It brlnis erme of our farming communities in the 3lssssippi valley and In the middle est have made marvelous progress yet een the best of them like communities of every other kind are not beyond improvment while much needs to be done Ins me other setions to Improve country CeoAs yet w know corn paratively littleof the basofcts ot rural farmJngter living on th farm and to better business on the farm the farmezs themselves have given scant attention One of the most Urgent needs ot our civilization Is that the farmrs themselves should un dertake to get for themselves a letter knowledge alonk these lines and then to apply It Sir IOrae Pldnkett for may years aWyomipg cattleman and now de ountryliferecent book on the Country Life prob Iem In America the creation ot a Coun try Life instititte as center where the work and knowledge of the whole world concerning country ute miy be brought together for the use of every nation I am strongly In sympathy with this idea and I hope to eeIt carried ont with th9 ownpeopletnpital of Hungary BudaPesth I was Immensely Imp es8ed by the Museum of Country Life cntaining an extraordinary series of studlepIn agriculture In stock raising stry in mIning the ex hibits were of the utmost practical ira portance and were also Intensely Interesting and in4ructive As people e have not yet teamed to economize of the virtues we Americans most neeLIS thrift It Is a merd truism to say at luxury and extraya ganco ate not good for a Nation So far as they affect character the loss they cause may be teyond computatl ii But In the materia sense there Is a loss- greater than ts1 caused by both extrava ganco end Iuxuy put together I mean the needless u4eiess and excessive loss to our people fiom premature death and avoidable diseases Wholly apart from the gniof Jhe utrerlng and the wretched ness which the cause the material loss each year has l1een calculated at nearly twice what It 4osts to run the Federal government In addition to the state and lty health oftcers and Organizations there Is urgent needed a Federal bu reau ot health o act so far as the Na tional govermnet properly may to relieve den our peoplejfrom this dreadful bur National Con ervatlon commission pne of the mot tzriportant meetins In our recent historYwas that of the gov ernors In the white house In May to consider the cionservatlon questlori By the advice uf th governots the meting was followed b the appointment ot a National confleriatloncommI8slon The meeting of the governors directed the attention of the country to conservation as nothing else could have done while the work of th commission gi vs the movement defini4eness and supp led It with a practical program But at the moment when th cOmmission wa ready to begin the comqalg for putting qs pro gram Into etrectt an amendment to the Sundry civil sertlce bill Was IntrodUCed by a congressman from Minnesota with the purtose of p tting a to tle work soadmlrabl b fn1Congress passed the amendmentt Its to put an end to the work of a number zf crnmis clone which haal been npppinted lh the president and wlos rontrlhntlon to tim public welfare h ben simplY incalculable Among thee were the commission fOr reorganizing the business mthodM of- the government Ithe public lknd corn mission the cou try life commission and the NnUona connervation commis sion Itself Whep r signed the Sundry civil service bill ontaining this amendment I transmItted with It ns my last official act a memrandum declaring that the amendment wps void because It was an unconstitutional Interference with the rights of the execqtle and that It I were to remain preside t I woul4 pay to It rio attention whatevek The National nscrvatlon commission thereupon became dOrnaq he sUllpen- olon of Its work arne a most unfor tunate time and there was serious lan ger that the progrss already made would be lost At this CTltal moment Ihl So- tfnnal consfrvatlo fifSoclation was ganlzed It took u the work which otherwise would not liave been done rnil It exercised a most 4sul infiuerirm n pre ventlrg ta1 legltin In soculin1 tile Introudlon of betr conservation men- sires at the past ss1on of con rcs arid In promoting tile p sage of wise laws It dseves the confidence and surport nf every oitzen inte4sted Jn the wis de vllp1ent and preiervatiOn ot our nat ural resources n4 Ip preventing them from psasing into te hands of uncon troiled monopolles It joins with tltn Na tlrral conservatlo1 congress In linkling this meeting I atnj here by the joInt vitation of both panAmerlcil ConstructIon When the govenmnient of the United States awoketo th Idea of conservation and saw that It wa good It lost no time In communicating the advantages of the neYDo1nt ot view t Its Immediate neigh be s among the nations A North Amen chn conservAtion cqnference was held In Washington and 1he cooperation of Canada and Mexico the great problem of developing the r sources of the continent for the benent of Its people was asked and promised The nations upon our rorthern and outhern boundaries wisely realized thal4 their opportunty to ronserve the natural resources was better than Ours because vith them destruction anti monopolization had not gone so far as they had with us So It Is with the republics of Central and South America ObviouslY they are on the verge of a period of great maenial progress The development of their natural resources their forests their mines their water and their sollswifl create enormous wealth It Is to mutual interest of the United States d our sister American republics thf this deyelopment should be wisely Our manufactur- Ing Industries offer a market for more and more of their natural wealth and raw material while they will Increasingly desire to meet that demand In commercial exchange The more we buy from them the sell to them TheIr Iy involvedmoreweJShan with our we ot this continent tpr nllz what In the end thFwh will realize that a god thing for a nation to haveits neighbor nations prosper We of the United Status are genuinely and heartly pleased to see growth and prospezjty In Ciada In Mexico In South Am rica It Is clear that unhss the governments ot our southern neigibors take steps In the near future bYWI legislation tQ control the dovelopuient and use of their natural resources ther will probably fatl Into the hands of cone sslon rle and prq moters vith single pirpose without r gard to the permnanetht welfare ot the hind In which they will be to make the most possible mooy In the shortest possible time There will be shameful waste destructive los and shrtsighte4 disregard ot the future as we hove learned by bitter experience hre at home Uniens the governments ot nil the Llertcan republics IPcludln our own e time such Ias as will both pro tect their natural wealth and promote their legitimate and ieasonabte develop ment future generatkns will OWe their misfortunes to us of t4day A great patriotic duty calls upon uS W owe It to ourselves and to them to give the American republics all toe ielp we can The cases In which e hao tailed should be no less Instructive than the cases In which we have succeeded With prompt icticlil and good will the task ot saving the resources for the people Is fill ot hope for us all State and Federal Control But while wt1 of the United States artanxlous as I believe we are able to bo problemslook Onaof the most Important con rolatestoapparenttodenqon the part of our oppqIlentr to Issue by raising the question Of state as agaInst federal jurisdiction We are ready to meet that Issue flit Is forced upon us But there Is no hope for the plain people In such conflicts of jurisdiction The essential question Is not one of hairsplitting legll technicalities It Is simply this Who can best regulate the special interests for the public good Most of the predatory corporations are Interstate or have Interstate affiUations Therefore they are largely out ot reach of effective state control and fan of necessity within the federal jurIsdiction One ot the prime objects of those among them that are grasping and greedy Is to avoid any effective control either by state or nation and they advocate at this time state control siiipiy because they believe It to be the least effective In the great fight ot the people to drive the special Interests from the domination of oUr government the nation Is stronger apd Its jurisdiction Is more effective than that of any state The most effective weapon against these great corporations mQst of whicH flre financed and owned on the At lantic fpast will be fodral laws and the federa executive That Is Why I so strongly oppose the demand to turn these matter over to the states It Is funda mentally n demand against the Interest of the plain people of the people of small means against the Interest of our chil dren and our childrens children and It Is primarily In the Interest ot the great corporations which desire to escape aU government control The Conservation Fight On ot the difficulties In puttin Into pracUse the conservation Idea Is tiat the field to which It applies Is con tantly growing lathe public mind It ha been rio slight taSk to brIng before 100oqo peo pIe a great c nception like that o conservation and convince them that It Is right This much we have accom plished But there remalps much to be cleared up and mahy misunderstandings to be removed These misunderstandings are due In part at least to direct mis whS8Interestprosper For example we find It con stanty said by men who should know bettet that temporary wthdrawals such as the withdrawals of coal lands will permanently check development Yet the fact Is that these withdrawals have no purpose except to prevent the coal lands from passing Into private owner ship until congress can pass laws to open them to development under conditions just alike to the public and to the men whd will do the developing It there Is del y the responsibility for It rests not on the men who made the withdrawals to protect the public Interest but on those who prevent congress from passing wise legislation and so putting an end to the need for withdrawals Abuses committed in the name of a just cause are familiar toPall of us Many unwise thingS are done and many unwise measures are advocated In the tame ot conservation either through Ignorance or bythnse whose Interest lies not In prom Ung the movement but In retarding It For example to stop water power devel opment by needless refusal to Issue per malts for water power or private IrrigatIon works on the public lands inevitably leads many men friendly to conservation and believers In Its general principles tO as sume that Its practical application Is nee essanily a check upon progress Nothing cOld be more mistaken The Idea widely circulated of late that conservation means locking upqf the natural resources for the exclusive use of future generations Is wholly mistaken Our purpose Is to make full use of these resources but to consJd- er oUr ons and daughter as well as our selves just as a farmer uses his farm In ways to preserve Its future usefulness Conservation Is the road to national ef Itciency and it stands for ample and wise developmentBut of these difficulties most of whIch dre doubtless Inevitable In unY movement of this klpd conservation has made marvelous progress I have been astounded and delighted on my return from abroad at tb progress made while I was away We have a right to congratu late ourselves on this marvelous progress but there is no reason for believIng that the fight Is Won In the beginning the special Interests who are our chief opponents In the conservation fight paid little heed to the movement because they nether understood It nor saw that it It won they must lose But with the progress of conservation In the minds ot our people the fight Is getting sharper The nearer we approach to vIctory the bitterer the pposltlon that we must meet and the greater the need for caution and watchfulness Ooen opposition we can over come but I warn you especially against the men who come to congresses such as this ostensibly as disinterested citizens but actually as the paid agents of the special Interests I heartily approve the attitude of any corporation Interested In the deliberations of a meeting such as the which comes hither to advocate by Its openly accredited agents views which It believes the should have In mind But I condemn with eeual readiness the appearance of cornorate agent before any convention who does not declare himself frankly as such This congress Is a direct apeat to th patriotism of our whole people Tc nation wisely looks to Ruch gatherings for ounsel arid leadership Let that leadership be sound definite practical and on the side of all the people It would be ro small misfortune It a meeting such as this should ever fall Into the hands ot the open enemies or false friends t the great movement which It repte sents It Is our dutyanQ our deslre to make this land ours n better home for the race but our duty docs not stop there We must also orkor better nation to live In this better land The development and conservation or our national charac acter and our free institutions must go hand In hand with the development and conservation of our natural resources which the oernfus conference so Well called the foundations of our prospi nit7 Whatever proJTes we may make a nation whatever wealth wt may ttccu- mulatc however far we may push me- chanlcal deve1opmnt and production we shall never reach rt point where our welfare ean dpend In tho last abalvsi on anything but lioneRty courage loytltv and good citizenship The homely virtues are the lasting virtues and the road which leads to them is the road tO gen ulne and lasting success What this country needs is wha every free country must set before It ias thQ great goal toward which It worksan equal oportunlty for life liberty rn4 tlO pursuit of happiness for every on of Its citizens To achieve this end we must put a stop to the Impr per polltlrtl do minion no less than to the Improper economic dominion of the great fo1Jfclal Interests This country its nntttrlll re sourcls Its natural advantages its oppor tunltles and Its Instltutons belong to an Its citizens They cannot be enjoyed tully tully and freely under nny govern men In which the special Interests as such have a voice iliO supreme polltlcnl task ot our day the indispensable conditIon of national efficiency and national welfare Is to drive the special Interests out of our publl life 4 0 i KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH 1 ELECTED MEMBER OF FACULTY Judge Lyman t1aJkley Chosen By Executive Board of Kentucky University LexlngtonAt the meeting ot the executive committee ot Kentucky State university here Judge Lyman Chalkley was elected a member of the faculty of the law college of the university for one year He will move hIs family to this city from Sewanee university Tennessee where he has been the dean ot the law department for about three years Judge halkley is a Virginian by lrth and his wife was Miss Ella Breckinrldge daughter ot the late Col iW C P Breckinrldge of thIs city From l9Q5 to 1907 he vas dean of the law college at rransrlvania nfl versity leaving here to take the pool tionat JUdge Sewaneeiery hIgh as a oth he and hIs ds in Ken tucky BREATHITTS OPINION Superintendent Regenstelo Holds Of ficp Until 1911 Electio- nFrankfortSuperlntendent of Public Instruction Ellsworth Regenstein receIved an opinion from Attorney General Breathltt in which he holds that Superintendent Regenstein will continue in Oflfco until the November election 1911 While Superintendent Regenstein made no statement as to what action he would take it Is probable that an injunction may be resorted to in case the Democratic executive committee or state central committee nomInate a candidate for superintendent of public Instruction to be voted for at the November electIon thls year Such a procedure would test the case LIVE STOCK BOARD MEETS Will Arrange to Stamp Out Glanders- In Western Part of State Loulsv1l1eThe state live stock sanitary board met in Louisville this week to cohslder the glanders situation and dIscuss the power of the board The question of how to stamp out scabbles in shep was also taken up at the meeting DJ A T McCormack of the state board of health was present and advIsed with the board about glanders which is said to be commu- nIcable to humans Glanders has appeared in Western Kentucky and it is thought that the dIsease wIll be stamped out so promptly that jt will not spread even in the county where it first appearecL DIES FROM INJURIES George Reynolds Lincoln County Farmer Passes Away StanfordGeorge Reynolds aged U years one of the bestknown farm ers In the western end of this county died as the result of injurIes sustained when a traction nglne he was driv- Ing crashed through wooden brjdge over a small creek between runners vile and MCKln1ey He had been threshing wheat all day Two negroes who were with him escaped injury by- fa1Ing into the creek but Reynolds was pinned at his hips by the engine against the stone abutment or the brldg and it required three hours to extricate him front the torturing posi lion He leaves a wife and seVtIf1- 1chndr TOURING COUNTRY AFOOT WhUesburgHoyce Forbush and Terry Elmendorf aged 18 and tl9 years repect1vely on a tour of the United States afoot vere objects or munch interest on their arrival here having walked fiftyodd miles to reach thIs place Penniless they left New York CIty May 23 thIs year coming via Baltimore AnnapOlis Richmond and Charleston V Ya IThey will vIsit every State in tho and If possible see every state capitol They were dressed in khaki Eults wore leather leggings and car tied an extra suit each Young For bush who is engaged in writing a theyhopedto plans and reach New York City on their return by May 13 1913three- ycarsduring which time they would cover from 21000 to 25000 mlles all told FmnkCortGe iteral Order No 27 was issued by Adjt Con Johnston dl trecUng members pt the Kentucky National Guard to prepare for the anpuve1fJ at Ft BenJtl min HarrIson md Stember 12 to 21 rhe Kentucky National Guard wilt make up one brigade which will be commanded by Brig Gen Roger B Williams ut Lexington The First regIment will be commanded by LieUt- Co1 Jam9 E Gregory or LouIsville the Second regiment by Col T Embr3 Allen o Ltxlngton and the Third reg Imaul ty Cel Jouett Henry 4 NEW LAW EFFECTIVE Prlnceton Man Draws Fine On Charge of Drinking On Train MayfieldThe first person arrested and fined for taking a drink of intoxicants on a passemmger train sincO the new law went Into effect several weeks ago was Herbert Williams ot Princeton He was en route on the passenger train front Paducah to Cairo Becoming thirsty he pulled out a bottle from hIs pocket and took a jerk at it Nosooner was it done than he was arrested by the conductor and turned over to Mayfield police men when the train reached here He pleaded guilty before County Judge Monroe and fined 10 and costs I Kentucky Intelligence FrankfortMayor Polsgrove adopt quoromtier a of counCilmen were yanked and lrought to the city hall COU1e Elizabeth Whaley aged 84 years member of the Chris tian church in Bourbon county died recently She joIned the church un der the preaching of Alexander Camp bell ColumbiaAbodt 2000 persons at tended the Colunbia fair The horse- show was very exciting The 1OO saddle stake for best stalUan mare or gelding was won by Coffey Bros Columbia with Wilson Bros Cave City second and third ParlsA fire resulting from a de- fectlve flue destroyed the annex of the Hotel Windsor entailing a loss of 6boo The kitchen and d1n1ng room were floOded with water SeveraL guests lost their baggage and personal effectS MaysvilleMrs Fanny Wash111g who complained to the police that her eightmonthsold child had been snatched from her arms by an tin- known negro and thrown in a pond was arrested followthg a corners in quest The jury returned verdict murderioc- curred here both because of its liav1i1i been thc second marriage ot two young people and the place of mar riage Notley C WlJey and Mrs Dora Lynn Moss both ot Rockdale owe- ncountecured a marriage liCense here and were wedded by Rev J C Thotnasson in the latters shoe stoie in Georgetown sgowlenry Eagle of Tennes- eee died suddenly at i4e home or Miss Sarah Eubank while seated in an arm chair in conversation with Miss Eu bank Mr Eagle was visiting the Eu banks He was In his usual health and he and his Wife were getting ready to return to their home when he was stricken with a pain in the heart and died without speakIng Frankfort That Kentuckians should be ashamed of the illiteracy in the state and improve their condition was the statement made by Dr 1tJ B Adams at the Franklin association meeting He declared there are 245000 nativeborn adults in Kentucky who can not read or write The associa tion passed resolutions dpiOring the death or the late ProtJ J Rucker of Georgetown college CarlisleIntense exclthment was created here by the blowing up ot the residence of Police JUdge James E Plummer The explosion which was from a charge of dynamite occurred a4 midnight Judge Pluramner who had retired was alone in an upstairs room of the house at the time his family being away on a visit He was thrown from his bed but was not injured GlasgowWllliam BrIdges a farm er of this county lost two valuable mUch cows in a peculiar manner Mr Bridges bad been working the road and brouglt1two sticks of the dyna zalte home fn his wagon He drove under a shed in the barn and left hIs wag n for the nIght When he went out to milk next morning he found both COWs lying dead and a piece ot heoo dynamIte told the story FrnkfQrtCharles Howard a ne- gro who shot to death Edward IUce a white man here owes his life to Jailer Lucas and MayOz PQlsgrove Hovard who claims he shot in self defense was threatened with lynching by an angry mob around tho jail but before harm was dotte the jailer and mayor contrived to convey him safely to the jail at Lexington Mayor Polsgrove is resolved to have no more lynchings in Frankfort Loi1svilIeJack a brindle bull belonging to Michael Wlrth a farmer near here proved a real hero when ho was burned to death before his owners eyes Wirths barn caught fire when the men were at work In t1illeld and the dog tied in the barn attracted attention to the blaze by his loud barking Horses and cattle were driven front the structure before It was burned to the ground Jack however was forgotten intfl It was too late to save him LexlrigtonA Chesapeake OhIo freight train was raided by bandits a Quick thin Lewis county James Wheeler conductor of the train attempted to resist when the men started to search the cabooue and vas lIned upon wlce neither bullet taking qt feet It Is reported that no boot was secured by the robbers who scaped The races were far better than on the previOus Qecaslons Tile dlRplay of- batfloss and saddle horses as well as roadsters was better than those formerly entered Rome tespess earn in for the cream andcarried away two premiums k I Everywhere In the wcdd men lhaV with the I KNOWN ThE WORLDOVI REEDyII GRANULATEDEYELID6tR- MurineDoMfltSmsrtSoOthIEyePIR we W Ere uw UMEje SAipt1sTas21c1EYJ3bOoKS AND ADYICX nDBY JIAIL MurInEysRsdyCoChIcaoEvldenqes I wIsh we had piano Id like tG Impress those people Show em the pieces of beef youv got in the refrIgerator Tough LucK I thought you said WI was yoUng chicken remarked Newed ahe sawed away at a portion of the bird And I thought It was reloined kis better half I looked in Its mouth nt It showed no Indication of kavingcnt- a sIngle tooth yet The dOIer JDWIt haveimposed upon me Did he tell you It was youag thicken queried her pusharid No replied Mrs tImsure he must have eXtracted its teeth t before offering It for sale All the Difference The professor was delivering an io quent address on cruelty to an1Jale and toillustrate how a little judi louej forethought would eliminate to agreatJ extent the sufferings that even small Insects are sUbject to said As I was coming through the hall tonight I saw a baldheaded gentlemafl very harshly treat a little Innocent house y which had alighted on lila head Now if there was any jusUfl atlOl for such bad temper I would btf quite justified in Indulging in It at the present moment for a fly has just alighted on the back ot my head I cant see tt but 1 can feel It Posslbly some of you can see 1k now it Is on the top of my headNow It is coming down my brow now I3coming on tq my Grreat pyramIdz of Egypt Its a wasp t THEN rHEY FIRED HIM t Customer in book store Haye you a Chaucer New ClerkNever Chewed in mY life sir LACK OF MONEY Was a Godsend In This Case It Is iot alway that alack 0money la a benefit A lady of Green Forest Ark owee her health to the fact that she coWd Jot pay in advance the fee deman4 ed by a specialist to treat her tor stomach trouble In telling ofhiri case she says I had been treated by four dlffer ent physicians during 10 years ai stomach trouble Lately I called oz another who told me he could not cur me that r had neuralgia of the stomach Then I went to a spectalst wht told me t had catarji of the stomaclL and said he could cure me in fotmonths but would have to kayo hia money down I could not raise the necessarYsum and in ray extremity L was led foquit coffee and try Postum So I stopped coffee and gaye Post urn a thorough trial and the results have been magical 1 now sleep wen at night something i had not con fora long time the pain in my stom ach is goneaX4 I sin adifferat woman I drndeL t quit coffee because every time I had tried to toplt I sut- ferqd from severe headaches so Icon tinned to drink It although I lied reason to bellevo it was injurious to met and was the cause of my stomach trouble tld extreme nervousness But when I lad Postum to shift to Itwsdifferent To may surprIse I did not miss cOt tee when I began to drink P9stum Coffee had been steadily and sure ly killing rue and I didnt fully realis- whtt vaa doing i t until I qtilt a4c- hi4nged to Postum ver read the aboTe lettcnt A Beoe eppeirs from tha to tIe Tkey rare genuiaa trne and tall f bata- tercaf 1 ri f1fJJ rf ti j THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER y Igto I I PRINGFIELISIJN I lHUIID EVERY WEDNESDAY UBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance N L SMtTM Editor lad Pvblisk- eribered at the at Springfield for transmission through the sraife usecondc1ass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 01e Year l Mantis b- 0SZyree Koatha S jDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON VALLEY KILL S P Thompson and B B Leachman were among those who attended thef Bardetown Fair Thursday 1 Ju Moran recently Sold a bunch of y stock ewes to W F Moran at 4 65pe head Ben Crouch ot Willisburg was in our section Saturday on business nd told the sad story of his son having been caught under the drive wheel of a threshing engine on Thursday mashing his foot and a portion of his right leg tO a pulp t Mrr and Mrs This Virgin ot Maud isited their daughter Mrs J E Goat ieyof thIS place Saturday and Sunday i uW N Foster of Louisville 4 was called to this place by the death of her niece the little daughter of Mr and rrrtKr r B J es tThe put week being one of much i rork and some Inclement weather so- calF life was barred from the list of aew items Much tobacco has bee 1oused in this section A number of our farmers re PHtiNt houseburnIng doing much lsmage k Mr Dee Piles of northern Missouri e il visIting relatives at this place Rev Irl P Haynes ofLouisville visited friends near here last week I Willie Moran is out again after hay jl feverDrr Several from thIs place attended the i Soutchens sale near Chaplin last t week Mr and Mrs Jessie Haydon vlisited irelatives near Poln Sunday Mr nd Mrs M Reed have returned to their home from Springfieldwhere they were called by the illnesS and do- cease of their granddaughter the in fan child of Mr and Mrs Benedict Janes Mt and Mrs S J Montgomery of dear Croak a Station Nelson visited relatives at this place Saturday aDd Sunday H H Tatum and children attended FMaYyr L D Walker left on the morning traIn ot this week for St Ma 1skansuwhere he will reenter college L D is a bright intelligent boy and we wish and predict for him a brilliant success in the business world WEEK WEllDlVIDED Special Days for All At Kent cky State Fair Ezperlenced People Have Been Placed In Charge of Programs for Each Day and Night Busy hourS and minutes are ahead of visitors to the Kentucky State Fair dr191 which will begin In Louisville on the morning of September i2 The interest of scores of organizations has been enlisted and every day and ev W night has been dedicated to some particular group with everybody Ill vlted all the time Fred W Kelsker of Louisville Is general charman on special days and A B Lipscomb secretary of the Louis tine Commercial club general ehair man on special nights AI heretofore Monday the first dq his been set aside for the school children of Ken tucky The youngsters are expected to turn out by the thoUsands and a guarantee of one day full of happiness willgo along with each school childs ticket sold Prof E H Mark super Intendent of Louisville pub c schoos- is chairman of school children 1 day Tuesday September 13 wllI be farm ers day with W T Chllton of Camp bellsburg as chairman Formal ses sions will be held on that day by many of the organizations made uP of farm era Wednesday September U will be Louisville day with W O Head may or of the city as chairman It Is expected this will be one ot the banner days ot the fair front an attendance standpoint Kelltucky day will be observed on Thursday September 15 This will also be press day and good roads day With A D Miller of Richmond president of the Kentucky Press association acting as chairman and R A mera of EUzabethtown Tic chair man Friday Septembei 16 has been especially dedicated to Kentuckys neighbors and will be known as Southern Indiana and traveling mens day Adam Heimberger of New Albany la chairman and D O Talcott of Louisville vice chairman Saturday September 17 hat been put downas everybody day with everybodY chairman A testimonial to the great Work be- Ing accomplished by Kentucky ciu women Is evidenced In the dedlcat af the first night of the fair all 010- an rgannaUons night Mrs h P Weaver of Louisville Is chairman GermanAmerican night will be observed on Tuesday with Louis Seet back ot Louisville chairman and the IrtlhA1erlca citizens of Kentucky will be the special guests ot the fair on Wednesday night E J McDermott of Louisville is chairman for that eve ning Fraternal night will close the fourth day of the fair Thursday Under the chalrmanshlp of RW Brown of Louisville a monster committee Ise petted to bring out one of the largest outpourings of fraternal society mem hershp ever seen In the Ohio Taney Friday evening September 16 has been set aside as ooJlunerclal organizations night with Dr W B Gossett or Louisville chairman Farewell night wm close the fair week Jas E- Dorland of Lousvllle being chl1rmaa of the occasion Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup Cham berlains Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even aiter the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack Sold by all drug gsts sr t LAN SALE Saturday September Ii 1910 At 23 Oo clock p1D At the late residence of Thos W eedoneha1f mile from Willis burg hy we will offer tor sale to the highest and best bidder at public outcry about 300 Acres of Land BESTYTOBACCO l4ARM IN rIiE BURLEY DISTRiCT The farm lays well and has on it a good elJZhtroom dwelling all TenanthousesIt about 30 acres ot Timber and a large quantity of fine Locust Trees anddividesresidence tenant housa stock and tobacco barns on the other sIde are two tenant houses and aboutone half of the timber This farm will be offered m two tracts and then as a whole and sold in the man 1 1nerso as to realize the m9et money toSchool1 to distribute an estate TERMSOnefourthqnor before March 1 1911 and the remain fromIi precipitating clause and h retained on the land to secure payment of purchase money notes The purchaser will be required to give ibond with gO personalsecurity for the first payment of the pur chase price due I 1911 Any Person desiring td1o0k over the premises before the day of HyattWillisburgsired rTJ Miller WW Hyatt A ents for the HeIrs of T W M J Reed yaT Dr1 G 1T1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST rth Extracted Without Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIA1 f- All Dental Work Stnctly First lass Springfield Ky mce in HaRon Block up stairs Local News Notes Mr Luther A Burns requests us to announce that he will hold his public sale of Live Stock Farming Implements etc on Thurrdcy Oct 6 BornOn Thursday Sept 1 1910 to the wife Qf Hugh Lee SmIth editor of the Sun a 10pound boyHugh Lee Jr Beginning next Saturday the Ladies Aid SociEty of the Presbyterian church Will serve a lunch tShultz Cleavers store Every dainty imaginable will be on the menu andall are invited to come and partake FOR SALEA beautiful lot on Main Street east of Methodist church having a frontage on siad Street oi53 feet nd extending north to alley For ptrticu lars call on Miss Lizzie Lee NeW Tailored trimmed and ReadytoWear Hats just in and ready for you See them Mrs Williams FARt FOR RENTAt Frederick town Kyof 143 acres Both upland and bottomland Good house and stock barns 8 acres toboceo barn Address or Phone JR Connor Splin field Ky FOR SALEA farm of 112 acres about 5 miles north of Lebanon and 1i miles from the Springfield pike 25 acres of virgin soil for tobacco house and barn and tobacco bain fox 7 acres in construction Land all good bluegrass land Price 3250 W F PATE Lebanon Ky West Tent No 63 K O T M of- Wilhsburg will Initiate a class ot twen tyfive on Saturday evening Sept A cordial welcome is extended to aU neighboring tents F M Elkins State Coin will deliver a public ad dress on that oc ion The trustees o the graded school have been busy aut1fyingtheschool building and their fforts have made it look like a new bu nsr The walls have been calcomined and all the wood work painted and everything about the place looks fresh and clean The Chlldrens Fair which will bee held at the FaIr grounds Saturday next promises to eclipse all previous exhibi tions More money has been added and things heretofore not on the program have been added This should be and is a great occasion for nut only the children but the grownups as well en joy lt It is np to every parent to go and take the little ones for it IS a Fair for all Pursuant to an order of the Washting ton Circuit Court Master Commissioner C F Bosley on last Saturday sold two of the tracts of land owned by the late John A Simpson whose will was con tested during the last term of the local court The home tract of 376 acres was sold to the Osborne Bros it 3800 Per acre while the other tract known as the NaU farm and containing about 292 acres was sold to Benedict Clemeutsl and Tom Hamilton for 3110 per acre The entire sale amounted to about 23OOQ NOTICEAII persons indebted to the old firm of McElroy Shutz are hereby notified to call and settle it once and save cost Books to be found at Shultz Cleavers Hardware Store Mound City paints may cost a little more but Mr Leo Haydon For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUBGEO G GOWDY Prop We have ti number of farms for sale at prices from fSOOto 2000 Good tobacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky The Ladies Aid Society of Christian Church will serve dinner County Court day in Septeinlter Patronage very thankfully received WANTED Cosmopolitan Magazine requires the services ofa representa tiye m Washington county to look after subscription renewals and to extend cir culation by special methods which have proved unusually successful Salary and commission Prcyioua ecperienep desIrable but not essghtial Whole tIme or spare time Address with reference H do Campbell Cosmopolitan Maga zme 1789 Broadway New York City Mihw tNew F IISityles 1 t + Iri Ladis Tailored Suits and i fir Skirts i i Young Mens Suits OQ ve coats Shoes t+ Hats and Shirts in= the Latest + S F aI Patterns and Cuts i+ Special Low Prices + tit Qn 9xl2 Rugs arpetsMat till8S Linoleums Draperies and Lace Curt ins tIt tAfew and left at Half r t Lot at i The ROBERTSON RShAYBROOK CO lSPRINGFIELD + eiMt BRIDGE irtltGSealed bids for the the masonry of the new bridge ant Run Creek in this county be received until 12 oclock m 13th 1910 at the office ot B L tiey County Judge of County Specifications can be tore of S Roberts Bidders will come prepared toexecute bond for the proper perform the work 0 nCJof Tr S County Attorney of Co Kentucky Notice Hennessy Baker having have placed in my hahds for collection all accounts for seasons to their Horses and Jacks and to tlje Jack Stonewall AU persons indebted to them will please come to see lme at once and settle or I s all have ItotaKe legal steps to collect the unpaid ac counts MARS L Nine Head of la tie Killed by Lightni1C Lightning struck a herd of c title e longing to Mr Vic Swan residi n ar the rlardin and Meade line on the 21st ult killing nine head instantly The stock were valuable and the loss is considerable Your well as your tem per is rendered miserable by a disordered liver By taking Stomach and LIver Tablets you can improve both Sold by all druggists lONE BIG FOOL But he Doesrit Live in Springfield Nor Read the Sun petoraof this common yet most obnoxlo s dis ease The specialist gave him a boti of medicine and told him when and ow to use It The fool took the medicine home took one dose put it n a shelf and made no further effort to follow Three months later with the medicine sill on the shelf he told a friend thatthe specialist was a fake that he had paid him 50 and still had catarrh as bad as ever This story is told for a purpose HY OMEI pronounce it Highome wont curl catarrh if you dont breathe It it wil cure catarrh it you breathe it reg- ulai ly Furthermore you dont need to give a ciltarrh specialist 50 to cure you of catarrh for the specialist has yet to be born who can write a better prescrip tion than HYOMEI The Leo Haydon Drug Ce and druggists everywhere guarantee HYOMEI- to cure catarrh or money back A complete outfit which consists of a bottle of HYOMEI a hard rubber inhaler and simple instructions for use costs but 100 If you already own a BY- OMEI inhaler you can get a bottle of HYO fEI at Leo Haydons for 50 cents No k mach breathe it V We have a few Ladles Wash Tailored Suits worth 650 reduced to per suit 298 tMany bargains to offer in Remnants and odds and Ends in the different 4e partments Mens Boys Suits Prick Mens Hats Half Price KENTUCKY ion September Washington seenatthe Washington diksolved partnership DIDfcAN complexion Chamberlains mstrnctions dosingjust Advertising forI Road Work I the undersigned with the consent and by the authority of B L Litsey County Judge being anxious that hill the money appropriated by the Washington County Fiscal Court at the April term be expended on the turnpikes of the county call especial attention tQ the following sections not yet under contract SpringfieldtoPerryville pIke Balance If Sec 40 From Pleasant Run to Dr Hatchetts gate on same pike See 46 HarbourviUe pike from countylineSections 47 and 29 The Mackville and Texas ike andMackS tions 50 and 51 Balance of Springfield and Willisburg pike Sections 57 and 5iBale or the Lincoln Run pIke ofYsection 64 iwo Front CecilviUe to Robt McIntIre Sections 56 and 8 On the Wa tons Lick pike from Sales Ford tovPolin pikefromthe bn e ISec 5 Booker pike Sec 72 Tick Creek road Sec 73 Maya Creek rod responsibleIor are to cqmplyi with specifications and will 50- contract All work must be completed by Nov l 1910 All bids to work these sections should be given me at once haveIcome see me once and sign the contracts J RMayesRosdSupervisr TH au sill CovItI4OUUl 11- 1T IprIBcfIeIt Ks LM W teat 110 OffOn All Cooking Stores I and Ranges I Desiring floor space for our fall line 1of Heating Stoves Etc we will sacrifice 10 per cent on all Ranges and Cooking BeginiI stoves to be crated before shipped and IEdud will raise the price from to to 25 per cent on the stove You now have I alrgesbyI vantage of the 10 per cent discount we are now offering you Come in and take a look over our line of goods we youbuyShultz Cleaver MT 4 t i 1 I t 1iiRINGF IiLD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7Igio S 81 Ie 18 e 81 Special + I Low Price Sale Four I L Ten Days I For the next ten days wewill make prices on all summer Iaril medIUm weIght goods regardless of cost Clothing M S250 and 22 50 Suite 15 u 2oro and 1800It 12 i650 an dJ i 10 Youth sT5 and 1250 9 650tKnickerbocker Io and SiIits6 8 and 5 j 6 and 375t Special prices on allL y sprIng weIght pants i4 and Women Oxfords pumps Costt We also showing specially New in Clothing I t H CUNNINGHAMr DUNCAN 1 i r LOCUST GROVfIJ JJ r Mrs Marksberry isvisiting her 1parents Mr and Mrs Will Hardin t Loretto Mesdames Minnie Reed Alice Func l Katie Hopper and Misses Tlsh and withIMrs Gabe Shewmaker and Sallie Icli 1am4 were guests of Mrs Will Math r1y near Thursday JH Miss Margie Graham of Louisville is visitinx Miss Ellen Gregory ilex Miss Della Ray Gregory left Monday forSt Ctherines where she will at- r tend school MissLogan Neal is spending the wefk with Harvey Van rsdale at v r = Miss Julia Leachman was the guqst of MrsU Litsey Mrs Tom Baker spent Saturday with Mrs Mary Crumes at Botland Mrs MargaretYancev of near Spring field Saturday wIth the Misses Johes t Mrs Noe is visiting Mrs M GregoryL orybought several eagle lblhbought o bunch Bowling Alley GT Sale or Rent business quires attention decided rent- our bowling alleys alleys firstclass and business Campbells Furniture Store Ginghams Lace ec 15C Ginghams10c t0c Gingham Apron Check Gingham 7C- All mc Izc and 15c Lwns7 4c- 65c and 5oc Embroidery35c 3SC and 3Oc Embroidery 25c loc Embroidery 15c 25C and 20C Lacesf5cI2I and roc Laces 5c Hope Cotton 7cHoosier Cotton 6c Mens Slippers and At 1g11 are at low prices Goods Dress Goods Shoes and FurnishinggoOds Chas Hillsboro Miss Turaday spent Mary of shoats from Matt Hilton at lOc per pound HarlY Leachman and wife spent sev eral days last week with his parents Mr and Mrs J S Leachman Mrs I S Brown has returned to her home at Bohon after avisit with Mrs rJ S Yankee Mr and Mrs W P Merritt Tuesday with Mrs G A Dehoney at Lebanon Miss Mattie Tobin of Texas is spend ing several weeks with her aunt Mrs Mattie Dragoo Richard Hagan and wite are visiting in Lebanon plastensberlains LimmeItfortwenty five cents A of flannel dampened with this liniment is superior to any plaster for lame back pains in the side and chest and much cheaper Sold by all drug gists W8 PRINTS- ALE BilLS AND PRINT TI1 M i101 ifJ f C For As our oth r ref all out we have to sell or The are in cont ditiun is ja moneymaking Leacliman c t I and1234C Dress c II 20c and spent 3i11tdVF A Good Position Can be had by ambItious young me n and ladies lin the field of Wireless or Railway telegraphy Since the eight hour law became effective and since the Wireless companies are establishing stations throughout the country there telegraphersPositions per month with good chance of advancement The National Telegraph Institute operates SIX official institutes in America under supervision of R KIand Wireless Offinials and places alf graduates into positions It will pay to write them for full details at Cmn cinnati Opor Philadelphia Birthday Dinner On August 22nd the relatives and friends oJ Uriah Keeling assembled at his home and partook of R sumptuous dinnerin honor of Mr Keelings eIght- Ieth birthday After fortyfour per sons were served itn Excellent dinne- was sent to several sick people in theI neighborhood who Were unable to be present A sister children grandchildren and great andchildrencmd friends spent a most happy day conversing with oneI another and with the aged gentlema- In the evening all reluctantly took e but most heartily joined in wishin Uncle Riahras he IS so familiarly known might be the honored guest on many such happy oecasinsi Stubb As Mules are liver and bowels sometimes m to balk without cause Then there 8 AppetiteIndigestionNervousness KingNew s ach and Liver remedy 0 easy 75 cat Haydan Robertsons- Card of Thanks We desire to express our ea est aridto sincere thanks to those who so kind Y assisted us and lent every eflort for o comfort during the recent illness and death of o4ir infant daughter M ayat HEaven reward you openly is our wish Mr and Mrs T R Janes An AWful Eruption of a volckno excites interest and your interest skin eruptions will be as short if you use Bucklens Arnica Sal ve their quickest cure Even the worst boils ulcers or fever sores are soon healed by it Best for Burns Cuts BruIses Sore Lips Chapped Hands Chilblains and Piles IV instant relief 25c at Haydon Robert The Is tad OotrI8NovaaL 11M JWV STALLARD D D S SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE TEETH r WITHOUT andIu Pain or All WorkDone in in every this otice is pstasadvertised GUARANTEED aOver McElroy Shaders Grocery eOeOooeoeaeoeoeoeOeOeO I Personal Notes a 0 e + + Visitors In and Out of TownA 0tRound Up of the Weeks I o PerSonal News 0 0oeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeaepe + Miss Sarah Robertson has returned + to her home inIJanville Messrs J C and Frank Blandford Wereat Loretto one day last week Miss Laura Baker was the guest + of her brother L D Baker of Bards town last week Mr and Mrs R H Edelen and son Joseph of LouisvIlle visited Miss Car ne Edelen Monday Miss Louise Tucker has returned J tMissof Mrs D Rapier at HaTds own last week Miss Burnett Ray has returned tot3 her home in Lebanon after a visit to = Miss Elizabeth Logsdon Mrs erd Kuhn and children left Saturday for their home in Nashville Tenn after spending the su mer hereDE arAddieGrace Shehan and Roxie Price have is entered school at St C herinesSE Mr and Mrs F A Menna and daughter of LouisvIlle visited S E Clements Monday Miss Marie Maloney has returned to her home in Louisyille after a visit MIss Marie Barber Misses Lyda and Regina Clements were guests of friends here last week George C Batcheldor of Bloomfield spent Sunday with JIm HayesTay In lor Muss Mabel Williams has returned home after a visit to Miss Lillian Sisco at Bardstown Miss May Mayes will leave Monday for school in LeXIngton Miss Louise Haydon has returned to school In Memphis tor the coming yearMr and Mrs Robert J Blanfford and children have returned to theirW home in Louisville after a vISit mother Mrs Pattie Blandford Miss Hattie Arnold IS attending school in panville Rob and Warren McClellan have accepted Positions In Indi3napoGs Mr teED Walker have gone to St Marts Kans to attend school Miss Agnes Kuhn IS the guest ofge Miss PIety Barber at Valley Hillsed Stewart and Lucille Greene have returned home after a visit to friends A in Bardstown Mrs C W Noe and daug terandth homerafter a visit in Miss Della Smith has returned home after a visit to relatives in Bards town = A R Shultz Morrison ONan Clifton Taylor Ben E Slmms E O Thirnman attended the Bardstown Fair Sat urday Mr and Mrs J F Bishop and children are spending the week at Tatham Springs Miss Emtstine Knott left Monday for Nazareth where she wilt attend school Mr and MrsHeir Rubel and MISS Susie Penn attended the Bardstown fair Thursday and Friday Mr and Mrs Leo Haydon and chIldren have returned home after a visit to her mother at Bardstown Miss Margaret Nally has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit Mtas Fannie Smith urMr L B Cain has returned from aviait to Mr R C Hagan and family Fairfield Thomas Shade left to day for St Marys Ky to attend school Miss Mary Jones has returned to her home in Lebanon sfter a visit to MIss Mary Tong Miss Ruth Bopannon left for Lou isville this morning on a vISit of several days to relatives and friends Mr and Mrs P J Thomas have returned from Cincinnati where Mr Thomas has been buying his taU line of goods ift As Executor of the will ofTMLanhamlwlllol t Saturday September 17 1910 t Aboutt the hour of IJO p m on the premises sell at Et public auctIOn the farm containing about 84 ACRES + t Owned by the late T M Lanham tiEtwateredfarms tf orchard of apples and Small fruitsif1The sale will be on a credit of rem n one two three and four years The bonds for the de erred P tocontain I optionoft Any information that any purchaser may desire pr wee to see the place call on H A Rudd or W A Clements + METTlE l1 lmExecutor of+ fH MM i+ r1JIt H S Dr Crouch and wIfe of Barton county Mo aye been visiting Mr Crouchs brother MrM V Crouch Wdlisburg for iwo weeks fdr Crouch left heretwenty nine years ago he and his wife have returned here once during that period Mr CrouCh a well tado SpJendidIof te county Crouch left Monday on their return home Beautiful in appointment was the din- lIer given TueSday evening by Mr and- Mrs Joseph Claybrpoke in honor of Miss Annie McChord and Mr Harrison Williams Govers were lard for ten and green and white was the color scheme The whIte damask cloth was mostly covered by Ii very large piece of Cluny the center of which stood a beautiful basket of whIte clematis and ferns Around the basket were four silver can dlesticks bearing green candles anon d either end of the table were two silver candelabra The place cards were heart shaped on which were beautiful heads of women The color scheme wjis observed throughout the seven courses Those present were idles Annie Mc Chord Mr H Williams Miss Sallie McElroy Mr Mack Grundy Prof and s Goo Colvin and Mr and Mrs McChord JrIDeath of an In ant Mary Elizabeth infant daughter of and Mrs T B Japes aged thir n months and eIght days dIed on the inst from a i1phca ion of diapr dent which resulted fatally The child gave eVidence of remarkable intelli- nce for one so young and was posses of an aar able disposition She was indeed the life and joy of their home hope m life and a benison of sweet anticipations for them therefore It seems a cruel fate that should deprive of their darling chIld Yet w must realize that Gods will must be done on earth as it is in Heaven therefore humble submIssion before the throne of mercy is a requisite to our future happiness We can look forward Hot Rolls Light Bread- Cream Bread Rye Bread and all kinds of Fancy Cakes By calling usany morning at eleven oclock to the time when the bereaved parents MaryElizabethwith he angelic host Friends and relatIves of the adjetted reIlieve the suffering child and restore her to health But aU medial skill was of no avaIl and after tour WeekS of silHt suffering coupled wit h nom roos CH vulsions her sufferings ended on Sea day morning at early dawn r Rev R E C Lawson eoodocted tbtfuneral services on Monday at 1016 a m i after which the little bodYwas returned to mother earth in the beautiful burying lot on Cemetery hill l May paace and joy come to the ereseed parents through tHDivine blessing lathe hope ot the venter whejoi their many friends and relatives in ex tending condolence to them UNO SCan be depended upon le an expression we all lIke to hear and whey It is used in conneetloowith Chamber oeRemedycure diarrhoea dysentery orbowel eIplaints It is pleasantto take andeua1 SeWbyWHY BE 5 LDs 4 While Parisian Sage IS GUariIft teed to Stop fa IIinrrtl = ot Money B 01Pari i n Sage is the poet delightfa in the world jtHlpleMut JnvigoratinJtand refreshing It makes the hair soft beautiful ud luxuriaat Wherever Parisian SaKe is known it is the ladies favnnte hair dressing If after using one bottle you do nut say it is the most dellghtful hair drew ing you ever used you eaR have yoar centsea large bottle at The Leo Haydon Drug COs store It is guaranteed to cure dandruff and falling hair or saoaey back The girt with the Auburn hair icon every bottle Fresh Every Day TELEPHONE 69r 9 ndJoqr order will be PfontptlY attended to and deliveredWt o KATIE HERYLEIN BRO hen down town try of our GMPE JUICes ERIAL- t itAnto Heir cY1i1libns By Frederick Reddalo Author d The Other W1etc m uedrationebyRa yWalters J CoDSYNOPSIS Meleen leaVingcallwJro he td nodwt ttt his wife after a quarrel In which struck her He learned later that she sad their daughter were dead The scene WilfridteamsI weretheftee of carboy Pavant Cozine at RognrTrewsrepoits thntbeh living WlltrJd Stennis replies to an ad concerningldet KeleensWUlonce but she resolutely demurs He meets offattentions to Clara Ie builds the1aseavantaWgerHewa having discovered that Eu AndyKe1eeftpIaMown advantage He proposes to Eu twoearsattemptswith her Meet with no encouragement secretaryTheYtlfrId Is B8UBced CHAPTER VIIIcontinued The judlc1ons Hews permitted a full dlty to intervene before following up the news with a call In Macdougal meet Now if ever he thought the girl might be ready to listen to rea 00 he counted not a little upon Zunlces womanly pique and pride which might tempt her to show the recalcitrant Wilfrid that two could lay the same game and that she was riot the one to wear the willow for an Wither wpmans fiance WonienanfI mesa Ukewls have been known to dnarry for spite and repent at leisure It was Rogers cue as usual to pre littieacenes Eunice was totally unaware lOt the fact that he was In the employ qt her old lover and she thought she had sufficiently masked her own feelings When Hews came In that evening fEunice was alone and intuitively felt that a crisis was impending For millennial ages women have been pity Ming subtle wit against brute strength developing a sixth sense which de tects immediately and Indubitably the ibeni8n or the malign designs of the opposIte sex- Tonight however she detected a tenseness of latent purpose In Roger Hews which doubtless he fiattered- 311mlf was wholly hidden anti which certainly his first words did not ra veal for his talk wasalt about the Teat railroad strike then raging As the evening wore on and John Trevecea failed to make his usual nine oclock appearance Hews In qaired Where is your father tonight 1 Ithink he has gone upstairs said Eunice who had been hoping this queution would not be asked OlIn tactshe went on hurriedly I am quite worried about him he has taken a heavy cold and his asthma is al Ways worse at such times I do not wish to alarm you said mews with a wellsimulated note ot sympathy In his voice but I have noticed that ho Is aging rapidly he s riot the man he Was a year ago uOh do youreally think that ex claimed Eunice regretfully and quick to take alarm He Is perhaps not as rigorous as he used to be but I hope he will be spared to me for many many years He is my only relative In the world U I should lose him ud the ready tears came Into her eyes for the sole parent she had eVer kt1own Itis nothing serious I guess said Roger with offhand soothing conviction but your father ought to be en joying a leisurely old ago at his time of life he should not have to work Eunice nodded her Read in quick asent8o c1 have told h Itt Mr Hews Again and again But tie persists in sating that he must fpU on at the shops In order that he lDay keep add ng to the little pile of vlngs which Ja to save me from wait when he is IThat said Hews WIth real tncerlty hilt you have It in your power to rendedaU that labor winecessry and to make your father ceomfortable for the res of his l1fet I dont ee began Eunice when with ot color flooding face and- forekeadshe saddenly did see HOw silly and blind to give him such a good opening she thought Roger Hews was quick to seize hi- siiaacein fact he had cleverly led ip ito this very point f f i At the risk of offending you Miss Eunice he struck in I must recur to the proposal I mate you once be ford Marry me and our father need no worry about his future or your ow iThey will both be my care thep You promlsedQsaid the girl re prchtully but hE took the words out feelingpromisedI know itnever to myhebro en the promIse because I can keep silence no longer Eunice L love dearly madly devotedlY with allYOur strength of a znan who has never lov d before I cannot live without YOU and I will not Be my wife Eunice be my His agitation le to seen The wifejalcu luting nature sud deniy thawed and melted as the cold steel Ingot is liquefied by the hot bredth of the retort In the intensity ot his passion his Voice trembled his eke blazed his paleface assumed a bricfishred tinge he left his seat a came to herr side putting one hand on her shoulder and striving to take her unwilling fingers with the other Ali aquiver and unstrung he waited for her answer With bent head and aver ed gaze Eunice almost turned her back on him A wave of repulsion and disgust swept over her for the vehe jnent force ot which she was unable to account Not to save her fa therjfrom a hundred deaths could she many the middleaged wooer Never Insistentnererwhat he demanded Wi h an effort evading his gfasp Eunice rose and stood facing him the hold between them I gm sorry She said in tones full ot w manlY sympathy that you have spoken of this again Mr Hews What my answer was slx months ago must be my answer still I do not lore you and I never could love you as a woman should love the man she marries I am loath to gave you pain but I am telling you the simple truth I must seem cruel to be kind Thd words were uttered with such quiet sincerity as to carry to the wretc ed man who heard them the convi tion that the fortress of her heart was unassailable and would never be won by him Roger Hews realii d that he had failed utterly and e threw discretion to the four winds You mean you are telling me only savagelyurfacb under the rebuff now that there was nothing to be gained by Amot to Be Frightened or Black mailed Mr Hews furtherjdisguise Why not make a yeast of it and confess that you ar Stlll Infat ated with that upstart as Wilfrid Stennis Wheres all you maidenly pricle1 D ntyou know at he belongs t8 another wom an now The girl winced at the cruel stab at whit evidence of the truth of his pitiful ccusation Hews became even more f antic His mask of quiet ras- pec4tb llty was ruthlessly caSt aside He values you and your love about as much as one of his old shoes he sputter d coarsely HlIe threw you over one before and now hes done it again Hes nothing but a dirty impostor nyway and Ill show him up Spee hfailed him and h stood be fore choking impotent Eunice Trevecca moved towards th e door dhd from the vantage ot Its opening looked him up and down Is contem tuous scorn I thank Mr Hews she said with cutting emphasis I have had a narrow escape it seems and with these wbrda she left the room ICHAPTER IX The preparations for the Stennis- Passav t wedding went on apace Theirs as to be only n slxweeks en gageme t lor Lent had just come In when the fateful words were spoken which i a measure set the crown ofl success upon the maneuvers ot MiS tress Cl a Did sheiove Wilfrid In the light of evens It seems extremely doubtful that filL like4 and admired him we hav seen in her eyes marriqe was more a matter of creature co m ort ot love pure and undefiled but lit e better than a social compact IDj fact so much beauty so much refinement so much good birth and position In exchanfor so than r millions iof dollars U thO possessor of the millions kappene to be a very passable and presentable rt ot a fellow wHy a- ldo l bett r fJn common with nearr every other woman Clara Passavant shone at her beat during these glamQr ous weeks and Wilfrid was happy w told tmseUth he ought t be i f aihappinesspenthehe guesped he hud done the right thingthe thing that was expected of him by Clara and aU her friends The rest didnt matter In fact he told himself nothing mat tered very much now that Eunice had taken herself out of his career The penitential season was more than half over and there lacked but two short weeks of the wedding Say when Roger Hews fired his mine Patient as a ferret he bided his time he had scored one failure In this SQC and attempt to use his power there must be no mishap or miscarriage According to custom he wafted upon breakfasttostructions for the day The usual routine was gone through and WiUrld was about to starts for his morning gallop with his fiancee In the park when the secretary spoke Can you give me your attention for a few minutes Mr Stenn1 Anything Important quoth WU frid Cant you let It lie over I have an appointment at 11 It is most Important and It cant lie over said Hews truculently Stennis eyed the man curiously the tone verging upon the insolent his first thought was that the Immaculate Roger hud been Imbibing too freely But a second glance showed that he was apparently perfectly sober Well well man get at It thenIam In a hurry exclaimed Wilfrid testilyl said Hews with Ith your permls- slon Ill order the horse back to the stable I dont think youll want to ride today So saying he stepped to the phone and coolly gave the necessary iq- structions Stennis with one glove on stood ridlngwhlp in hand in dumb amazement at the consummate Impudence of the man It was a novel and not very agreeable experience Hews to return scrutinized his employer with a provokingly cool stare an unpleasant leer on his thin lipsYour manners are confoundedly unpleasant this morning Mr Hews said Wilfrid fingering the stock of his whip nervously There was something covertly venomous in the attitude as sumed by his secretary which made him itch to lay the heavy lash about his shoulders as one would chastise an dogD so said the other In the most offensive tone he could must I guess youll find what Ive got to say still less to yr liking Thats impossible to decide as long as you sit there gibbering retorted Wilfrid who was fast losing patience Hews snorted Youve had a pretty good time these three years past havent you 1 he queried Stennis made no reply Yes youve had things altogether yr own way spending money right and left and lIvln on the tat of the land Still no answer And now yOre going to get spliced and live In a fine house aftez jilting the poor girl yonce promised to marryThats all infernal lie whoever told you so Wilfrid whipped out stungi at last Into angry speech Is It Well this what Im going to tell y Is no lie =y hear 11e Yva got no more riglitto Andrew Meleens millions than I have Stennis started as though he had been bitten In the heel by an adder but he controlled his voico admirably Oblige me by saying that over again he answered quietly I tell yer that yve been spending mo ey that doesnt belong to yer not a single solitary red cent of It Yre no more the rIghtful heir of Andy Meleen than I apl Is that plain enough Wilfrld stepped to the door locked It and put the key In his pocket It you are sane and sober youU understand that you cannot leave this room until you havo proved every wordor taken the consequences Stennis shaking the heavy riding quirt suggestively OJ1 1 know what rm talking about rejoined Hews airily my facUl are all O K Let mo have the facts thennot mere windy assertions retorted the other I am not to be frightened or blackmailed Mr Hews TO BE CONTINUED Usurer In High Society Frank Marshall White contributes to Harpers Weekly an account of the methods of money lenders on both sides of the Atlantic The loan sbarkq who exploit the poor In America are represented in England saga the author by usurers who prey upon post obits and delayed Inheritances Of such a type was the celebrated Sam Lewis who actually forced hiss way Into good society by virtue of his hold over the aristocracy Everybody iri London knew Lewis Was there s charity bazaar for Instance where ladles of title were selling beaten nleres and ices or beautiful actresses mixing drinks There was Lewis pay- Ing the hIghest price for everything In sight Was royalty laying tht eoI per stone ofn hospital or asYlum to which ceremony the subscribers to the erection fund had been invited Lewis stepped to the crimson carpet across the sidewalk from the tallest landau with the biggest horses and the most stately coachman Has Good Appetite A baby walrus ot six months will eat about 50 pounds ot codfish in tiff course of a day Cost of Crime In Britain 1ths t Wingsi JULIA BOTTOMLEY the season because the era WHATEVER drawn our at the winged the sky or be d Chau Ucler has really awakened the world to the beauty ot feathers wings lid- tie and wings big and all sorts of between sizes grace the new hats for outspreadsingle pairs or whole flocks on the graceful shapes of the new season Nearly aU the wings are well made and some of them are simply the natural bird wing properly cured or treated for millinery use Some finishedwithmade ot parted feathers or with feath- Er cabochons so that they are ready or placing on the shape Velvet le used with wings usually as a drape about the shape or forming a puffed crown Some of the prettiest models IN SPOTTED SWISS MUSLIN Dainty Light Frock for the Warm Days Worn With Hat of White Tagal Straw We show here n dainty dress simply made In spotted Swiss muslin The upper part of skirt fits plainly end is out in a slight polnht the front the lower part la gathered to it- the joining elng covered by laser Lion three tucks about 14 Inches deep trim this part of skirt Groups of fine tucks are made across back and front and strips of Insertion are sewn between them the sleeves are trimmed to match A lace frill fin Ishes the neck Hat of white Tagal straw with a crown ot puffed muslin trimmed with ribbon at Its base and a largo rose at the side- Materials required 8 yards muslin 27 Inches wide 64 yards Insertion dJeing Up Old Ribbons Have you a lot of bows sashes and hat trimmings that Are too faded and shabby for further use Rip out all the stitches clean oft all spots press aU wrinkles and then put them into a dye pot with silk dye II you select ribbon of pearly the same color and quality to go In the pot atone time you ebbuid have enough good looking ribbon to make nice platted frills for the winter petti coat These dyed ribbons can also be utl- lizedas color linings facings or In making a patchwork quilt For such permanent work however it Is better not to dye hs it sometimes rots silk Wash ribbon carefully and use the best bits To Make Rose Pillow For a simple rose pillow dry tie fresh petals ona dry day but not In the sun scatter a little orris root among them and n bottle of attar of roses and flU Into pink glazed cambric covers hldke the outside cover cf white linen embroider d with ross i show small shapes with drooping brims and high puffed crowns with small wings set In an Irregular row about the base of such crowns Ro settes df silk or velvet centered with bird heads are a novelty but women seem to prefer any part of the bird rather than the head these days so not many of these are In evidence There is something of an exception to this in the very unreal looking heads or faces rather of the owl made up In feathers of brilliant col orings borrowed from the peacock and other birds of magnificent colors All may be seen In our illustrations the poise ot wings on the hat may vary from the folded wing ot a sleep Ing child of the air to those spread for flight The fancy of the trim mer Is not curtailed In any way ex cept by the lines of the shape she wishes to decorate and the becoming ness ot the result Those are the only two things that count LITTLE TOUCHES THAT COUNT Small Things Mark Dividing Lino Between the Careful Dresser and She Who Is Not Stylish buttons for linen frocks are made by covering the button mold with the material and on ot them making a starshaped design of three sections of coronation braid two of the small figures ot braid being used to a section These are crossed in the middle of the button and taken to the outer edge to form the star Stylish rosettes of velvet or satin are made by doubling lengthwise bias strips of velvet three Inches wide Baste the lower edges together to pro vent them slipping then begin In cen untftA trimming for a girls hat ot white lace Is a deep floral band of forget menots reaching almost to the top of the crown and with only the edge of the brim showing below It This II- divided through the middle with soft endinginaggain the tiny stiff bows of blaCk velvet or blackvelvet with a cplor are Introduced across the front ot the draperies and s a finish to one sleeve They must be skilfullyused not to look patchy Oldlimey Ruffle There is a f ndness for all sorts of ruffled treatm ts particularly those that are quaYn and old timey looking and they are 4ev loped In every mar terlal that Is qn the summer list A pretty little dress that looked ot the vintage of the early eighties was of tine Irish dlml a 1JoweredStrfpeln closed between stripes of black all on a white group Yellow was the predominating col r though hot very conspicuous flower colors that made up amonrlthe with it The skirt was plain gored turned n a threeinch hem at the bottom 1 eeting this hem was d deep flounce o fine embroidery that waS applied a knee depth with a ruching for a heading the ruching of the dimity ver this fell the tunic In pannier effe t Meeting at the cen terfront the t e sidelengths spread apartto dlsclo e the whole of the flounce and th upper portion of the skirt It was headed with an Inch wide ruffling o the dimity A Grceful Wrap A soft light wrap for the woman who needs slight protection over the summer frock ie made from soft crepe de chine In white or pale colors The doublewldth crepe Is used and the wrap cut on a circular pattern something like a dolman back that falls below the hips at the back The fronts are cut into long points reach Ing almost to the bottom ot the gown The entire wrap Is edged with silver fringe an Inch nnla half deep the fronts turning bask like n rever around the neck and to the lower points which end In a silver tassel Bathing Caps and SUppers It is said that the prettiest bathing caps seen on the beaches this season are those fashioned from gayly printed ngllsh hints In a twisted turban do sign When the sUppers match the effect Is extremely gpod Any girl who knows how to sew could cover orinar bathing slippers while the mllllqer part ot the costume Is a very simple matter She can wear the turban or the mob cap style as considered becxsmiW Both aro fashinable tI trY IARE YOUR KtDN1EYSWELL1Gh tThe kidneY secretions tell fd1S e Is lurking in the system Too trequiD or scanty urination discolored urine lack of control at night Indicate tthe kidneys are did ordered Deans Kids ney Pills cure sick 4 kidneys S E Vaughan 601 y E South St Iola Kan says Dlabetet had set In and r ex pected to live but a short time Kidney secretions Were milkY white and back pains were terrible I wag so dizzy my wife had to lead me After trying everything else I began with Doans Kidney Pills and was soon helped Continued use cured me Remember the nameDoans centsRboxALMOST WORN QUT Ella PontineIs your knee i f dear ir SlenderlyIt must be pet its gone to sleep A Wise Old Owl In her trim little bathing suit she sat on the white sand I adore intelligence she cried j Sodo I salthe All the same though beauty and Intellect never o together M I And do you think me intellectual she faltered No he confessed franklY With a faint blush she murmurid Flatterer 9f His Pet 1 HarkerThtiik Ill try io sells old Stuftem some pet dogs BarkerUseless job All he thinks about is eating 1rcHarkerHasnt any leg8 d f thats1heldininga Ra t df Human Nature A fool and his neney are soon parted Yes but you never call him a fool till the money Is goneCleve land Leader It takes a strongminded spinster to believe that the reason men dontpr pose to her is that she never givesi them a chance Some men are selfmade and some 4oilier are wifemade i- There AreiReasons Why so many people t have ready at7han u- apackag of PostH Toasties The DISTINCTIVE FLA YOUR delights the palate servingright requiring only the addition of cream or good milk is an important cOnsideration when breakfast must be ready on time The sweet crisp food is universally liked by child ren and is a great help to Mothers who must give to the youngsters something whoesomethattheYrelishI appeals to everyonepar ticulatly who wiSh expenseswithin Post Toasties are es cullY pleasing servedwith fresh sliced peaches The Memory Lingers Postum Cereal Cotd i listUs Creek M r a t r t iy i rw I H Jl i i REX DENHAMS LUCK BR CLAUDIISE SISSON eveninge streets and smoking and thinking e had landed from an ocean liger t day He had been two years broad to forget things He asked l11mself if he had succeeded and he sighedfi question hep men lose money they curse en a man loses the woman he loves e sighs Its not a matter for even BekiustNo he had not forgotten She rob ably had just as thousands of toobastybrought on the quarrel It you charge me with that I never hrant to see your face again she had ald When a lover thinks he has a rival t Is really worse than If he knows It to be a fact and can meet him Was fi1rtfngwallwhispered that she gloried In break tng mens hearts He had asked himself the question In LondonParls- tserllnon the land and on the sea but he had never answered It toMs sown satisfaction He was asking it again tonight as he sauntered and iemoked A girl tenor twelve years old walk edrapidly past him He saw her only pu he had seen hundreds Of others She was thirty feet ahead of him when g man sprang out of a dark doorway and seized her and grabbed at the poor little purse In her hand At her rst scream for help the smoker eaped forward He reached over the houlder of the struggling girl and andin cane cuTbktoneBhe enjoyed it She grinned and smiled Say let up wlll your caned the man after a minute 1 thought it Grasped the Man by the Throat and Then Struck With His Cane was my own kId and that she was go- Ing after something for her mother The athletic assailant desisted He dragged the man to the curbstone straightened him up and then gave him a hoist that sent him nearly across the street My but how I do love you fort exclaimed the girl as she Btood twls ng her apron If ever getmarriedDid your purse interrupted Mr Denham No I hung on and bit his hand J always bite them Hed have choked me though If you hadnt come up Gracious but how you did wallop him Aint a pugilist are you Oh no laughed the man as he pulled at his rumpled sleeves Belong to the ball team NoJust a gent eh rust a gent look tn for trouble uNp I wasnt looking for trouble but when he grabbed you I bought It tithe to Interfere Say you did It bully I bit him and you caned and kicked him and I guess he wont come around here for some time to cone Lawks If hed got that ten cents the painter lady Would have give tip and died It was per last cent- Who Vdo you mean by the painter lady asked Denham as they sauntered along together Why the lady who paints pictures and cant sell them afterwards Shes got a zoom in our house Shes four weeks behind on her rent and almost Btarvlng to death Shes so thin you can see through her and when she aintpainting shes crying Seems to be a sad case You bet Heap sadder case than mine was a few minutes agb Say It you Tea gent you ought to go up and see her Shes your style Shes a torn lady She talks IQ big we cant hardly understand her Oh sbes been top of the heap but bad to comedown 1 guess its what they call a romance Mebbo she wouldnt see i YU though She never sees strano grs DenhamtwJthoutjWe call her the painter lady but o 4e day she told me might call her B What What death4W1rse Yes I call her BabMiss Eab I Int hlght fluff up to call her Bab al noITwouldnt be manners Can you describe ler Blue eyes chestnut hnir white to th and a real lady Ohe of JIlt shpes would make a pair for her Qt- sl hands Never uses slant Goes eaUn two days and then pretends she Isnt a bit hungry If I was a ent like you Id go up and see a lady like her If youll come with me you nil say 1111ntroduco this Is the gent B ten cents and gave n awful est kick you ever sat There had been a young lady named Ba two years before She was hun- drds ot miles away when Rex Den ha n last saw her She had a widowed m ther who was fairly well ort Bab Ba The name spoken stirred him U there was a Babin trouble sho sbqUld have aid If a girls descrlp correct1Got the butcher shop aft r to make broth said his companion They might give you the gu If you went in with me Dont ma e a sneak while Im in there She found Denham waiting when sh came out It would have taken tw stalwart policemen to move him onJ crackers go wit mutton broth but I havent the cas Butcher got it all and then sal WantIto uy em for I7 enham accompanied her to a dell cat sen store and fllled a basket with goodies and then inisted on car ying it home for bep She walked alo g beside him with her head held very high and when spoken to by a girl she knew her austere rePlY was nna cant you see I am walking wi a real gentleman The mother could tell little more than the daughter Itwa a cheap roOIping house Yes the painter lady was a lady it was easy enough to see thatt She was something bt an art Ist but her pictures would not sell She had sold most of her wardrobe but had fallen behind The descrip rightAnd to her said Den ham Shell ask but make no explanations Coax her to eat and get strong Cheer her up a hit Take this money and buy whatever she thin she can eat If she doesnt Impreve well have a doctor Ill send from the drug store and to moow evening Ill can again Ua dont you see how It Is said the girl to her puzzled parent We- take In a lady She cant pay She com s down to hardpan I take her last en cents to get her mutton for broth and I meets a gent who res cues me and canes and kicks a loafer Stral ht as a beeline ma I tell the is Bab and he cant standstilL Romance maromance Romance and I am In It You are gOln to ee high finks around this hotel De ham came on the morroW He cam on the next day and the next On t e third day Miss Bab was ro porte better and he went up softly to find her trying to work He was not introduced There was no need of I It was two hours before he- came down and announced that the landlady was to lose her roomer In two hours much can be told man misapprehensions set right The two ears had seen death hlcaLery fal e friendsillness deSPaJrpov erty but a brighter day hod dawned As the carriage drove away the landldys daughter began to sniffle And whats the matter wIth your was asked ducat my luck If I hadnt told him ab Bab hed have married met UIWps caps Slowly of the pensioners of the old Marshalsea court which was abolished ago as 1849 survived until FebrUary last He was John Griifl s and was bailiff or officer of- the InStitUtion With juricdIc- tion offenses committed tn the aiC1ent royal palace Though no done In the Marshalsea a decision of Lord Coke It wad regularly opened and adjourned until abolished by parliament There Is still in exiBtence a com pensa ion pension for loss of post fines In the reign of WIlliam IV to which Sir E H W Hulse Bart Is entitl d It amounts to 10 4s 6d a year nd is suspended during tO of the present baronetAn- nual ensions which will come to an end with their present holders are M follow Lord Seaton 2000 10 000 Viscount Hnrdlnge 300015 Viscount Gought2000 l0 000 Lord Raglan 2000 10000 and rd Napier of Magdala 2OOO 100 OLondon Dally News Value of Optimism It i worth a thousand pounds ayea- tt ba e the habit of looking on tbl bright side of thingDr Johnson 0I THE BLINDSENATOR Marvelous Career of Thomas P Gore of Oklahoma How He Won His Fight Against Poverty and Adversity and Achieved His Early Ambitions In Spite of ObstaclesrV Oklahoma City OklaNo man In public life today has had a more remarkable career than Senator Thomas Pryor Gore of Oklahoma whose charges of attempted bribery In connection with the sale of Indian lands stirred the country and brought about investigation by a congressional com mitten Marvelous almost beyond belief were the struggles of this bUnd manbUnd from early youthto reach the great goal of his ambltion a sent In the senate of the United States Senator Gore was born on a farm In Mississippi In 1870 later being taken to the village of Walthall when the latter was created At the age of eight one of his eyes was jabbed out by n plaYmate But he still had one good eyeIeft and his grIef was forgotten when some friends told him one day that he pad been appointed a page In the Mississippi legislature This career was however ended three years after the first accident by a fate so cruel and unusual that it would have crushed the spirit of nlnetynine boys out of any hunIred in the land WhIle experimenting with a toy crossbow he himself shot out his remaining eye oJJIe was now totally blind and had to give up his pageshlp Jor the next five years his chief diversion was to hear his sister and mother read to him Then a normal school was opened at his home town and he entered his lessons being read to him at home and by his schoolmates A debating society was organized In this school and the blind boy joined and displayed a wonderful aptitude for debate One day companion found an old volume of the Congres sional Record Going to an old stable the companion would read to him thee speeches of the lawmakers at Wash ington and then there entered Gores Senator Thomas P Gore breast the ambition to be a United States senat ran ambition that never left It even in the darkest days that followedIn hIs tame aaa speaker had spread locally and he received many Invitations to address farmers picnics The last day of 1895 he left Mississip pi for Texas under a solemn vow never to return tQ It unless as a United Statesisenator That year In Texas was a hard one Gore threw himself Into politics with passionate energy Again and again the family was reduced to the verge of physical Vsuffering Yet year after year they kept up the fIght for exist ence without complaint Nor did the bUnd lawyer once despair ot reachIng the senate writes James Creelman In Pearsons Magazine atKansasway to the crowd that surrounded the convention He managed to live 1n Kansas City for six days at a total cost of 350 No one who hehrd his voice ringing out over that ncene of national enthusiasm was permItted to know or even suspect his poverty Then he obtained an engagement In South Dakota to speak during the state and presIdential campaigns In this way he picked up 100 and wit It went back to Texas andVmarried The GoresIncludlng hla father ana brother ecided upon going to Okla homo In April 1902 Gore managed to go as a delegate to the territorIal convention that was to choose a delegate to congress from Oklahoma and was given a seat in the territorIal senate That summer the bUnd man Iiad an other terrible struggle to keep alive eightcentswith his wife to consider what they should do with the eight cents It was decided that the money should be spent on postage In an effort to secure speaking engagements The political fight had to bekept up at any cost The fight tor a seat in the United States senate was now pressed sys temaUcally Gore spent the year 1903 In widening his acquaintance attend countytalrs25 shaking hands with the crowds and smiling his way into theIr hearts His friends wanted him to abandon his ambition for a time and run for congress It is nip senate or noth lug ho replied Gore won his fight in the prlmar election and was elected to the United States senate by the legislature draw Ing the short term In 1908 be val rR elected t ItIFASTIDIOUS Lady can youse give me a little gasoline Fer the lands sake You dont youNo ter clean me gloves wit it STUNG BY BASE INGRATITUDE Bowery Denizen Seemingly Had Right to Be Indignant at Old Friends Attitude You remember dat guy Jim Burke aSKed an Irate Bowery dent zen Hes dat stiff dats doin time Up der rlverSlng Slngbolglary ten years Well you know aU I done ferdat stiff When he was pinched didnt I put up der coin for der lawyers Didnt I pay der witnesses Sure I did De odder day I tinks Ill- just go an see dat mutt just t leave him know his frlens aint tied de can on 1m So I drives out to d jail and goes into d wardens office and he says t gotter send me card In Me card Dlyet get dnt Well anyway I writes my nameon a piece o paper ana guy takes it Into Jim Burke an what dyou tnk dat stiff tells dat guy to tell nie Ive no idea said the listener He tells him concluded the angry one t tell me dat he aint in trom Success MagazIne IN AGONY WITH ECZEMA No tongue can tell howl suffered for five years with itching and bleed Ing eczema until I was cured by the Cutlcura Remedies and I am so grate ful I want the world to know for what helped me will help others My body and face were covered with sores One day it would seem to be better and then break out again wIth the most terrible pain and itching have been slc several times but never In my life did I experience such awful suffering as with this eczema I wasImany cines without success and my mother brought me the Cutlcura RemedIes insisting that I try them I began to feel better after the first bath with CuticuraSoap and one application of Cuticura Ointment Spapltaken four bottles of Cuticura Resolv ThisIwonderful cure by the Cltfcura Remedies can write to my address Mrs Aloe Eton 93 Inn Road Battle Creek Mich Oct 16 1909 Tit for Tat Miss Blttgs stammered the young man I called on you last night did I not What an odd question Of course you did Wwwell I just wanted to say that If r proposed to you I was drunk uTo ease your mind I will say that If I accepted you I was crazyJudge flousecleanlngThe as tar away from home as he can during housecleaning is that everything looks so desperate and it seems as if the worle never would be done If you would use Easy Task soap the work would be over In less time and would be done more thoroughly Easy Task Isnt like the yellow soaps that leave a lot ot grease and rosin behind them It makes everything sweet and clean and it runs the roaches away Confidentially It Is sure death to the critters that like to nest in the bedsteads Detected It was at a Fourth of July meeting In the little city The mayor William Smith rose and at dignified length read the Declaration of Independence There was a pause then from one of the mayors old schoolmates came the loud whisper Bill never writ that He aint smart enough Not He The fare In this hotel Js fierce But the scenery Is sublime The landlord doesnt deserve any credit for that We are sent Into the world to make It better and happier and in propor Lion as we do so we make ourselves bothDr GeUde yrupFbrehlldrenteethlacolic Zca bottle If a man amounts to anything hia mall town he soon begins to think hG would amount to much Ina big town 4IImlDCASTORII idt Infants and Aria a LI The Kind YouHavaJ NwaysBoughtLCOHOL3 PER CENT A egetablePreparationforA3 ula B arQthe4theSlomachs and Bowe s of a Zignt rPromotes DigestionCheerful S1 t ofOplumMorphme NARCOTIC I lltHltiOrSA IUfiA7rffrA Sill rllxJienA + lr s YIhkrJridIt rfnrisaGJ wain r In 10 3 fine S1l c4 icdrw IiQakr9xrn J7evori C SIz1i i i0 ForacSmule Ova- rJKirryYearIl aTHE CENTAUR COMPANYtNEW YORK tPAQTflDIA UItULexact WESTERN CAVNADAS fiJ191OVCROPSYI WilyGLand sides and homestead cntri increasing No cessation in numbers going fros Untied States Wonderful opportunities remain for those who Intend making aanadatheirhoatlta New districts being opened up for settlement Many farmers will net tbI8yearS1J w SI5 raacre from their whet crop AU the advantages of old settled countries are there ao4schools churches splendid markets excellent railway facilities See the graIn exhibit at hddifferent State and some of the County fairs Letters similar to the fallowing are received r7 day testifying to satisfaeeey conditions other districts are as favorably spQken TIIEY T FOR TUSIE SON XYDrothe1nll1r xrFrankJ Zlmmet 11ydth Maldltone Bask Canada Aur 5th IgiOand it was through him that we decided locse1Bl- My 1Jrents came here CedAr Jj Yours trulr four years ago and were so well pleased with thliMrs Elchard Henry tb1Bpr country thoy to d rdAlene for me I have TAKBS BIB BROTSER LAWB WOEDTOX1Z perfocUyeatlafled Taylors Fa11s Minn Aug 7 JIIIJ awAxT9+ 8tettlerAlberta Jn1y81ati91Owants 1 e e el = Caffiree tme to He IivedWen I rot rip here from ltin good shape with the stock and overythingheta am golD to buy or tote row 1 haTe got two boys back 1n et sad I thOIei but Inot want tb yourientnothercarnpherothrelsfalL1fthereisanychancoto etachea PlYreturn to YetotANelaoacallat onroisceioronr cerUncates Yountruly HASYIh 5wANT9 TO RHTURN TO CAN- Ves nn July 2Ath15iL WILL MAKE IDS HOME IN CANADA ant to Canada nine ears ago and to knpeu ItIletmobeenI be want mil to come Alberta GeaPaakewlttby a Send for literature and ask the local Canadian Government Agent for 85tatr ton Rat M best districts tJLtTh1ch to locate and when to go II M WILLIAMS Law DuiliIU Teleda OWe The Wretchedness of Constipation Ca quickly be ovetcoee by tCARTERS LITTLE LIVER PILLS Purely tegetabh dyd ad- KI l var ITTLE 5 cIIVER acL Head PILLS Direr seR ud Itdiged s Tfteey do tJir duty StaaII iI Sass M Sad Price fGenuinen Signature 4 liWIL1 DOUGLAS SHOESPftOCESa MEWS 800260 N00 360 stoo 600- WOXENf 26033504 ifTHEFOR 30 YEARS They are absolutely the- mostpopularandbestshoes for prlC8m America They are the le dn1 every where because they hold theIr shape fit better look better and wear loaiiger than other makes are certaln1y themost economical shoes for you to buy W L Douglas name and retail price are stamped on the bottomvalue guaranteedjacotorEvelerr TAKE NO aUaTITUTEIU your dealer cannot CatalorW The difference rlmber thisit may save your life Cthartics bird shot and cannon ball pillstea spoon doses of cathartic medicines all depend on irritation of the bowels they sweatenough to move Cas arras strengthen the bowel muscles naturallyThisCascayels can you get itquickly and naturally Cascarets1Oc boxweeks treat BlggesteelieriF1Wworld FR E E Send PCkfef 1 al itoa lletla and more eeo eeI OIuUq1dd antIeepU4 s FOR ALL TSILFT USELa GiveS one asweet brenthcleawiiil cerafree teethtiaeptica1ly KIr w mouth and throatpi tie brah gdePalldwreaideperspiration predated by int WOIIML A quick raendy for sore epcabn11A dr solve as aLIIi Mtw Me Ialw4sielybinfew eeiltaton8 a M Jrce Las at cInWAe r LIMI THE PAXTON TnEOq 1IMTeN M- aeFarrnWantsdSpciaL I have been manufacturing very profitable standard goods used extensively in hotetee buSiness stores banks factories railroads schools farmhouses barns mines etcfes1 12 years still increasing Netted is last year Failing health compels ma tot lead a rural life Will exchange foroae or tWo good farms or half interest to man for one good farm at once Describe- fully your property with price Address S M Boolh 230 W Huron St 5th FlolW Chkag IS WHAT WE CAN AVE 20 YOU ON ANY U Q- YA Top Buggies Runabouts Surries Pony Vehicles Carts ltayons Write fer PrlcH- BUOIIcSCHEU CO 400 Court and irehdwas CliicinaitlQMa- PA K HAIR 1t ALSAM sad Aaattltse s tasotisnt emwlh GrayHairtt isle fialt a0caad K W N U CINCINNATI NO311 1110 PUTNAM FADELESS DYES thtMttfHl I f a r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 rgio Death of Miss Mary Brown t Mary Brown the eldest child offr J snd Mrs W E Brown of Valley JHill died on the 23rd ult from a fatal attack of typhoid fever Marv was thirteen years of age an unusually bright and accomplished girl possessed of many lovable ttatta of character which had endeared her to those who knew her She was a favorite in her home and the hope of a fond 11J9tber and father Just upon the threshold of womanhood filled with sweet anticipatIons thoughts of greater and nobler things to come her sweet life was ended here to take up Its abode in a heavenly mansion wherein un In firilte One has prepared a home for tier And doubtless her ideal in life was to lIve a life worthy of such a place m eternity yet she dId not realize that so soon she should b 1IPd to that home NeIther lid it dawn upon her loved ones that they wereso sdon to be deprived of such a precious life until a few hours before the final summons She met death peacefully and calmly going forth with a smile bearing the testimony of Gods sustaining and saving grace The home is deprived of happiness a Place is vacant that never can be filled To the family we extend our deepest and most sincere sympathy Their many friends extend condolences to them Surrounded by a large concourse friendsand f relatives the rCJ1ainswer- einterre on the day following hter death at WiUisburg Rey V AWolfe of Springfield onducting the funeral ser vices UNO t Secure a Certificate Under the law the Western Normal has the power to issue the ELEMENT ARY CERTIFICATE the INTERMEDIATE CERTIFICATE and the LIFE CERTIFICATE which entitle the hold er to teach anywhere in Kentucky for twb years four years and for life re- apectively without further examina- tioni Information as to the amount o work 2e9uired for each certificate wil- be furnished when desired Address Nori1HIr LONELY PINt Henry StumPiL bought a colt from Carter Hall for fifty dollars Mrs Annie Anderson of Stewart vine was the guest of her uncle R- Jl Anderson from Thursday until 8at- urda Born On the 18th ult to thb wile 9f Henry Isham a fine boy HenrvStumph sold a colt to P H Stumph for 7Q dollars Will Sweeney bought ra cow and frem Mrs Nellie Logsdon of Ha din1 Chapel for Mr and Mrs Milton left August to visit relatives and friends in sauri MrS Jane Cass of Louisville isvi s ittng her daughter Mrs Maud this week StumphI Frank Haytlon Jr was the guest of Ed Brady and family recently H M Stumph solda calf to J O r Milton for 20 also purchasEd a wean InK colt of W M Milton for 100 Mica Susie Mobley of Springfield visited her aunt Mrs Mobley recently JC Patterson and wife of vide have returned home after LouisI to the atters parents Mr John andJamily i f HAPPY HOtlOW Yrs Miry Williams and two sons have returned to their home in Covin too after a several weeks stav wIth her sisters and brothers at this place Mr Albert Hines and wife spent SUn- day with 111r C W qder attd famil of Willisbtirg htHillcorfrom them for along time and ould like to hear from then Wake up a help The Sun along Mrs John Crow John Armstrong HanbYiMyrUHanby attended the Association at Brush Grove Tuesday Tke Suu and Owl rJourn l L5I TA Npringileld Sun LOO per yHr sectionfput together and until the lust 1ew ears was supposed to be incurabl e For a great many years doctors pr prescriedjlocalinIt lo cure with local treatment pr riounced it incurable Science has pr yen catarrh to bea constitutional di cgnstittioaat re u manufactuedby F J Cheney Cu Toledo Ohio is the only constitution ai intedallyr Itacu utrtCUy Ln the blood and mucous arne cure Send for circulars and testm Blals Address F J ChENEY CU IIBpatio 7 r 1 te JaiY fAIR Vl fW Delayed l1ises Pearl arid MattIe Mae Hawkins re urned to their home in Danville Frida after a several weeks visIt with friendsard relatives m Washing tor aid Nelson counties Mr Mattie Bane Mrs Mollie Hawk ins Jearl and Mattle Mae Hawkins Mr Willie Julia Maeand Myrtle Carney and rs Preston Moore and family spent ursday with Mrs J W Hays Hopedosedltiztng at Mooresville pond Mr F M Carney who has been sick for t e past week is no better at this writin Mr Bruner Carney and family Mr Ofaytn Woford and wife spent Sunday with rand Mrs F M Carney Mr Robert Nays and Mr Willie Carne accompanied Misses Pearl and ontheirr Course in Agriculture The Western Kentucky State Norma Schoo offers apractical course in Ele men ry Agriculture Demonstration anJ a tool work done on school farm Teac era will have an opportunity to props e for teaching the subject Great oppor unities offered young men who workeCoors tbegins Sept 6 uno Write for infer ation Address H H Cherry spies dent Bowling Green Ky S BSCftIBEft FlIEE COLUMN Eo Dnvison SPrift field has for of seed rye sale8smalrquantitv K F D 3 Leb sale thoroughbred chickens Large grown 100each Smaller ones 151 each Cockerels SOc eachiJ Smith Rt4 has for sale a Jer- sev c wand colt good milker and butter m ker forIJ Walker Rt lhasfor sale 2 Jenn ts one with suckling colt and one in J T Yaste of near town has for sale Plymouth Rock chickens 95c each J L Moran Rt I has for sale 2 fine bUcl R Connor City has for sale a fgood siege brood mare bred to Jack a yearling mare mule and about shelsiof corn ow GoodNPws Spreads- I and travel most of th timewrites B F Tolson of Eliza ethtQwn Ky Everywhere I gO BittersbecauseI everytmPs omuch regulate the kidneysand bowls stImulate theliver invigorate the erves anp purify the blood They wor wonder for weak rundown men vigorIpositiveertsdn II Springfield Brass ndBETTER THAN EVER FAIRSIAdd eSSp res Sptingtiela Brass Band JBox 246 Springfield Icy Free Remedy For WeakBowels bodilyyr inIyohe thoBoth are important but of vastly more importance in the long cleanhnesssred watch thebobstructions To do this you must have bowelides not do this naturally In the process moatobtainout that cathartics salts and such things upwprse likeIbest way to be- toDrconvlnceayoufelleve you perm ne t1ythat It will toIc one dollar a bottle just u e many others are doing They began with centIfamilysguse It down to the very youngest tonicIliver trouble sick headache keepyquotmany8 Danielncould be named Dr Caldwell personally wl11 be pleased mayoabsolutelyfree detailoritheofqthervrlaetddrefis bDl W B Caldwell R500 CaW building U t ceU Ill ru r r KENTUCKY STA IE FA9R s There Will Be Trotting Pacing and Running Races Daily at the Kentucky State Fair OUR FAIR In addition to the county rah that we csin all lay claim to as being a part of our possessions the Kentucky State fair at LouIsvIlle September 1217 be longs to usas much as to any people In the state Every Kentuckian should regard this as Ina sense his far It represents what Is being done all over the state just as the county fair shows what is being done in each county In the way ot agriculture live tock and general advancement and Is a combination of the various county fairs not only of Kentucky but a great many states There are represenied at this exhibition a comparison of the live stock etc produced In the various states The various state fars are growing In magnitude each year and the attendance Is increasing as every one desires to know what is be Ing done in other parts of the state and country The Kentucky State Fair Rivals IIi Others in the Variety and Class Horses Exhibited DOGS OF HIGH DEGREE The exhibit of como dogs at the Kentucky State Fair which begins in Louisville on September 12 will be a particularly pleasing one Already the list or entries Is large and the prizes are the best ever offered The rules of the Amercan Kennel club will govern the come dog show and these rules may be had on application to Secretary J W Newman Louisville KentuckyI A Blue Rlbbon Winner at the Kurl tucky State Fair 1 Tenting on the Lawn It Is expected that many Ken tucklans wlll take advantage ot the opportunity to spend an entire week at the State Fair which will begin in Louisville on September 12 ThE beautiful well sh tded and wellwater ed fair grounds offeran Inviting spot for camping parties as wasevdenced- lastyear It Is reported at the headquarters or the State Fair In Louis yule that numerous inquiries have al- readyt been received from visitors whc plan to camp out on the grounds tOl all or part of the fair week An Angora Goat Exhibited at the Ken tucky State FaIr For catalogue entry blanks or any information regarding the Kentucy State Fair address J W Newman Secretary 320 Paul Jones Building Louisville Ky t 4Ui tWtjfi HHH4t1 t The Hardn County Breeders Will Have a I Jersey Caltle Sale I At Elizabethttwn Ky i Friday Sept 23 iSale Commences at n a m Rain or Shine i titTh Offering consists of about 75 ill+ head of Choice Jers y Cows jand Heifers andafew fancy bred + istered bulls trWe are selling the kind that inakegood For further information address tIpCOlMORE JENKINS Secrn L IgleheartAuct EliZABEtUTOWN KY 1 + tCYOu 11 Bea Leftot a if you dont take advantage of this a offering of highclass Dry Goods ailosavings to m 0get your share and come eariierThNt- 1 best valuesare naturally limited m 0 quantity and the earliest callers wilt have the best choice Do it now is0 the motto you should follow Ia GrundYl McIntire1- DOOODOODo on zt oooobEverything Toilet and Health o tt thIS drug store HerA you will D rind sanitary nursing bottles teeth dng rings rubber diapers talcum powders dainty soaps scalp washes Q and a hundred other infaptlle require o meats If thel e is at baby in your Ihome appoint us as Ihs druggist That will go fnr tow rds insuring his health and com tort LEO HAYJJON la THE PRESCRIPTIO1 STORE J10oaoAoaoaoooo TSPrize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Book on patents Hints to inventors Inventions needed Why some inventors fail Send rough sketch or model for search of Pptent Office records Our Mr Greeley was formerly Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such had full charge of the U S Patent Office GREEL1WM9INTIRE 0 0 TT0RNIW5o o 1L WASHINGTON D C 0 The States Industrial 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