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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I r Tbe rI tftgib tuu-tViI 5 ffl f DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY ki 4 r l a jjVOLUME Y11I SPRINgFIELD KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMIElI4 1910 RUMIEI 41 Z r q JUVENILE FAIR A SUCCESS The rollowing list Shows How Our Youngsters Came Up to the Scratch on fair Day rveni1eThe Fair was qeld at the Fair grounds on Saturday last and it was the greatest ever Not only were th displays tn floral hall betteJ and the exhibits in the rinr but there was als- othelargest crowd that ever attended a Chlldrens FaIr here The granli 8 and was well filled and everyonet there seemed to be thoroughly enjoying the day Asidefrom the excellence of the exllblts and the splendid order main tamed the day was Ideal for a Fair and CwilllQng be remembered not only by the Hide onea but by all who attended itthe ir1as a dayf nalloYed pleasure WhIte C keMarRie Tapp Ribbon cakeElizabeth M ElroyIilleaten BiscultMary soda Biscuit Mary Wharton Bornemade candyAnna B Weisen f Jemstltched handkerchief M CiRobertson BrownieSj Pin cushion Lydia Wharton Best dressed dollMary Heletr Roy atty liiuidlouquetSidney Greene Display of cut flowersMargaret Rob t rtson of RosesCatherme Haydon fTomatoes K R Williams CornJoe Donnelly McElroyLGrapesHarnilton Brown Leghorn bantamsBob Shultz Black bantamsBob Shultz Brown LeghornsGarland Wharton RhoddslandRedsSue McElroy Barred Plymouth Rocks Richard Boberlon t Buff OrpingtonsJoe Donell- yLght rahmasRoger Martin White LeghornsEddle Wheatley Buff LeghornsBooker e Robertson Dozen EggaImogene Royalty Pekin ducksLloyd Haydon Jr indian Runner duckWallace Walker PigeorsGeorge Spalding Ugliest chickensRobert Yankey Harness goatRudolph Miller 1st Paul Lucas 2nd Bird dogAllen Boblitt j Collie dogBooker Robertson JrIRogerI 1stII Haydon Is JS Yankey 2nd AFTERNOON Prettiest baby under 2 years old fii Laura Hill 1st Harriet B Clements 2nd te Prettiest baby 2 years old and uiier- t 4Jennie Lane Hagan 1st Olivia 1i IISmith2nd Beststick horse rider under 4 vears i oldR H RObertson 1st Clizton Green 2nd Stick horse rider 4 years old and un der 9Edward Montgomery 1st Tom Holdrick 2nd 16MargaretRobertson Best boy rider under 16 Spalding rSimrns 1st Marshall Tucker 2nd Mayeslstl 1stDonaldSaddle PdnYMarshall Tucker 1st Finley Mayes 2nd B st turnout Donald Campbell 1st Bay Thurman 2nd i Free tprallany fowl or animalRu- I dolph Miller 1st Robt Yankey 2nd GeorgeItl00yard dashAllen Boblitt 1st Jas Parrott 2nd I Bicle raceBooker Robertson 1st BickettsBoulware WHAT CONSTITUTES NEGROIJ The5uprerne burt of the United States Will Have to De i cide the Knotty Problem Just what constitutes a negro in the Unite l States may be a question 1hich the Supreme Court wl be asked to set tIe In the near future Oneslxteenth negro blooif in an individual classifies mm as a negro in the District of CQI b umbia according to a deCision by Just ice Wright of the DistrIct Supreme Court in the case oflaabel Wall an eihtyearo1d child who was recently barred from a whIte public school because the principal had informatIOn that she was of negro parentage The fath- eriof the gIrl attempted to force the Board of Education to reinstate the but failed Justice Wright qec d inifth t she was a negro The case was d BEST OfFER EVER MADE Th Big 5 Clubbing Offer the HasIProven a Big Hit Llt week the Sun made a Clubbing offer composed ot five papers and magr S which wept like wildfire Those who know the magazines and papers theyfr ac public qan we began to hear irou It the week so many took aivahtage of the offer that we wee surpiised This offer comprises the fc owhig magazines and periodicals Un le Rmus Home Magazine a maga zinc devoted to the South and Suthern peoplb I year Good Housekeeping a puUl1dhed for the home and hous rile 1 year Home and Fain JOUliand tie Sprin field Sun l year The regular subsc IpJlon price of these stan 525Iofferig all Five tror S2oO It Los this sound unreasonable w4are offering them and those who- knos are taking dvantage ot this lib era offer ortheseIto yoir You will readily agree with us that one of them IS worth the price asked by us for all FlVE 200 TUIE RECORD H FOR PROPOSALS Merry Seattle Widow PosseSsed of Remarkable Beauty HasI J001 Proposals tOWed herdof185jlloves Sanbo h says ap exchange but Sleattle has a ieal merry widow wIth LOO pro- posai1to her credit The 1OOlst man is the lucky one and the wedding will occur hortly The err widow IS Mrs Rlla May Dike d phone opprator It is a quesI tion if1rs DIke ever saw more than a scant hilf dozen of the 1001 SUItors ardorIwest Mra jke wasforq1erly an Iowa girl Qttunwi being her home Three years ago she married and with her hu- sbanweit to South Dakota Hp was killed in wreck and Mrs Dike brvely faced th world afld took up acaith She caled her place Ottumwa and It is still krown by that name it1 S Dako ta Mrs Dtke was awarded the prize for beirthe prettiest young womal1in the Stat Newspapers devoted cot umns to ler photo and beauty At firsts letters came by two and three butfinall4r the rural delivery man had to put on Ian extra thuleto aid in baulT ing the nail out to Qttumwu Mrs D ke has a btngalow out on her 160 acresrTher sh opened and read every on of the probsals Her h use needed papering Nothug would spit tte purp e better than the ton or two of love IJtters Mrs Dike plasterd the walls and the ceilings arid usedpiotos for the roofing and with the surpLus built a chicken corral Over pasted thIs large sign Love letterr hack Tack new proposals on yacan space Death of a Child Rasfthe 4yearold son of Mr and ames Ewing who resideon the Short Line turnpike dIed Tuesday of enlargement of the throat The little fellov had been ill but a short while lDterment took place W edne day aft nioon at Pleasant Run Your complexion as well as your temper isrendered miserable bya disordered iver By taking Chamberlains Stornich and LIver Tablets you can irn p Sold by aU druggists OYetth COUNTY ELEC lION BOARD Appoints the Precinct Oflcers to Supervise the November Elections The County Board of Election Com- missIoners consisting of Sheriff S J Anderson and Messrs L A Burns and Marshall Duncan met yesterday to select election officers fr the corning el- echon Mr Anderson by virtue ofthis office is chairman ot the commissioners and Mr Duncan waS elected secre tary and Mr Robt Noe clerk and tabulator of the Board The com issionJ era selected the following officers Frederlcktown No1 ThompsonJudgeC S T HamiltonClerk C E OsbourneSheriff Mooresville No 2 J B Williamsjudge W B Barlow T J Settles lerk L B CarneySheriff Wlllisburg No 3 JJ SharpJudje HungateJudgeS Walter HaleSheritf North No4 L C CornishJudge Isaac Armstron C C JudteIC B Hendren No5 If W BurnsJudge W H LayJudge W S ColvinClrk W L GrahamSheriff Mackville No6nD S Yancev Judge W F HallJudge Okey CloydClerk Dave Math rlv Sherlff pottsviile No 7 JudgeJGeo T MayesClerk J T SkeansSheriffS I Springfield Nu 8iIF R NpaleJudge G MarksJudge IN F WhaTtonClerk B McElroySheriff- 3Sa Springfield No9- Po EdelenJudge W1L Smith J S Osbourne Clerk J T WheatleySheriff Springfield No 10 J Y MayesJudge A H WalkerJudge J R WhartonClerk W A ClementsSheriff Kellys Shop No Ii S P ThompsonJudge R M Thompson John A PohnClerk- P B PratherSheriff Brush GroveNo 12 Sam HoodJudge Robert ThompsonJudge Jerome TrentClerk John ArnoldSheriff STOCKHOLDERS MEETING flection of a Bqfrd of Directors for the New Bank Other Business Transacted At a meeting of the stockholders of the new bank held at the Court house Saturday T Scott Mayes was elected chairman of the meeting and Theo ampbell secretary After the organi zation had been effected the gatherIng proceeded to the election of a board of directors the following persons being chosen J H McClure JS Yankey W A Clements T E allard J W Tucker C D Robertson L A Burns Byon Croake aodS P Thompson J 1 McClure was liosen president whileISnith assirtant cashier 1he new will be known as the SpJin field State bank and will be Ope erred as soon as suit tble quarters can be secured Saved A Soldiers Life Ftcing death from shot and shell in the civil war was more agreeable to J A Stone of Kemp Tex than facing it from what dators said was consumption hr contracted a stubborn cold he wrItes tfthat developed a cough that stuck to me in Rpite of all remedies tor years My weIght ran dawn to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery whkh complete lv cvred me I now weigh 178 pounds For Coughs Colds LaGrip Asthma WhoI I i SUBSCRIBERS MUST PAY UP Newspapers Must Send Postal Officials Sworn List Of Their SUbscribirs A dispatch from Washington says Newspapers over the entire country have been given to understand that Un cle Sams postoftice department meant business ibout two years ago when it said that all mall subscriptions In the future must not be allowed to be in ar rears over three months Newspapers iii Illinois are now bEing called on by the postal officials to send tbo m a sworn list of theIr subscribers indicating how many mall subscribers are In arrears over three months The depaitment is headed south ana as rapidly as possible covering the whole natIon The enforcement of thIs means a rev olutioi iu the conducting of a country newspaper where credit was generous Iv extended by the publishers to their subscribers because they knew the nub scribers would pay The above being true we must ask that our subscribers whoarem arrears pay up at once as we do not want to lose any of our good subscribersand that ncludes our entire list says The Pioneer and tins lucidly emphasises the position of the Sun and every other newspaper in the country The date to which your subscription is paid is printed on the label Of your paper OPERATING IN t WESTERN KENTUCKY f Wealthy Distiller of Paducah R- cf ceises a Blackand DeImandfor 110000 Pducah Ky Sept 9The Black Hand men have caused a stir here by sending a letter to John W Keller who paIducah10000 under a certain board walk and it threafens hm with death unless he complies with the Keiler requestI over to the authorities He has no in iention of shoving 1t000 under a sid walk but he is considerably worked up over the letter and is being guarded day and night by plain clothes men Deteccives have been placed on the trail and while there is a nossibility that it is a joke there is still theehanee that they are the real Black Hand mei and that they may throw dynamite into the Keller home if theIr demands are not grantedEx ANTIQUATED UENPRiUIT Eggs Encased in Clay and When Unpacked Looked Like Pieces of Pumice Stone When Li Thing Chang made his tour of the world his corntnissariat carried wlthit a supply of Chinese preserved eggs for the venerable ambassadors special Use Some of those eggs were exhIbited in New York whIle he was staying here says Harpers Weekly and a few experts had the temerity to sample them They are not so bad after allwas the verdIct of one American connoIsseur although by their looks you would think they would come under the ban of the pure food law The eggs were encased in clay and when unpacked looked like pieces of pumice stone They are preserved in thIs way by the Chinese for a century or more and Li Hung Chang admItted that the hen whIch laid the egg for his morning meal might have been decapitated anywhere from a quarter to halt a century before he was born The process of keeping is very primitive but as effective as It is simple The eggs are first boiled hard and then W one they are hot they are wrafPed In soft clay and packed away n condition the Chinese claim they will keep forever and not lose their flavor or wholesomeness Indeed they 4onsid- er that age improves the flavor Lj Hung Changs commissariat bouglt- theeggs for his personal use in bags packed in rice husks butss the clay washard there was not much danger of breaking them When opened the white was found to be almos black and the yolks green The flavor how ever was preserved The Chinese chop these pleserved boiled eggs and deco rate most of their viands with them They also enter largely into all their sausages The Sun and CourierJournal L6I 111IJfVPII8nrnann11U8IinllJ8nJuauraiUIJ am8InJlIII1Ii11r IIIIIiIIIInD UJuiIJ4r IIs = I II I = II I a IA = re always looking for something to read something ii- iI everyone in the family can iCad something to help educate sour bns anddaQghters to be useful at home and on the i I farm something to pr pare them to be useful during their i= lives We have an offer to make you for a short time i- I which will help you to accomplisht ese things By taking II advantage of it you will have something for very Smember of the famjly to read this winter uring Idle mo iRead It and learn of Its merits ja fi WE OFFER YOU I Home and Farm the Souths Greatest Agrlcultural Paper i IIFor one full year price 50rI Uncle Remises Home Magazine a Southern Magazine- I For one full year price 100 if= iGood Housekeeping for Home and llousevife I 4ar one full year price t 1501- I The Daily Evening Louisville Post I I For full three months price 125 I I The Springfield Sun sour Home Paper t For one full year price roo = price for all five payers4525 iETotalYOU ALL FIVE PAPERS FOR A 2 00ISHORT TIME ONLY FOR iI I Did you ev r see another offer to equal it Not and youi l wIll findmany an hours readuig this wmter for less 1 11II SEND CHECK PPEIL MONEY OR MONEY ORDER AT ONCE i TilE SUN Springfield Ky I 11IU1i1illUbI U UIn IiIliIllUInm t d BALLINGERSOBSEQUIE thePolitical funeral of RkhrdI Achilles BaHinger Took rlace at Minneapolis on thel9th of September Minneapolis Sept 9urhat Richard Ai Ballinger has not been trueto the trust reposed in hIm as Secret ryof the Interior that he is not deserving of ph1ic confidence and thtt he should be requested by properauthorities to re sign his office sums up the findings of the four Democratic membersof rine- BalhngerPmchot investigation cOmmit fodayTheport An independent report was gIven out by MadIson nsurgent rom Kansas which dedares also that Balli ng r should not be retained that he was an unfaithful trustee of the peoples interests an enemy Ofconervation trid that the charges of GIfford PiQchlt should be sustained The doPcisioa of the four Democratic members and Madison to make there port public followed an unusual sesaibu three Republican members Senator Sutherland of Utah and Representatives McCall of Mass chljsettsaIKt Denby of Michigan reinsing to attend the meeting Finally the chairman Senator Nelson of Minnesota left the commIttee room and failed to return Nelson gave notice that the meeting would be held m ChIcago next Tuesday The Democratic memb adjourned to meet in Washington December 3 Represent tiye OHm M Jas of Kent cky one ot the DemocTatic members announced hat aU Democrats would re- fue to attend th meeting ofwh1cli- NeIson had given notice The Democratic findings declare that the evidence shows thaibe r sooCOT piracy agairst BalIiner and that Pinchot and Glavis were faithful trug tees of the peoples interests Kir- t cky State Journal t REVOLT OF THE VOTERS Opportunity for the Democratic Prt tQ Serve the People by Restoring Public Con t fldence hC The repudiatIon of the Regular Re niddlewestwas indicates the election tFM11Ssachusphs Jt means ithe VOtes are seeking nstrumClt who fwill carry out their will at Waabingto in those respects in which the Republi can organization has allied Itself with the classes against the masses It means that the masters have reacheu that Cfll- dit iorof mind in WhiCh if one serirnt or st servants will not execute their bidding they will turn to another It means that the gereral public has at last beendrivento an undertanding of the real purposes of the league soloa existing between syndicated greed asd political treachery and thot in furm tRepublican strongholds the men wlo want office must bottom theIr clnims It upon allegiance to the people rather than Ion thick and thin loyalty to party shibboleths and emblems It means that in the nect Congress the Democratic representatives instead of haying t9contend with a solid Republican phalaiix wIll find both in the senate and in the hOuse ot representatives Liong contingent of bie men who hgv- ueencornrnissioned by their constitues des to dexy ring domination andcaucU- uJctatlon and to treat ss their first duty the eUecting of those public polici tar which the Democracy nas been batjilg for many years nleficlaryS now maniestiy in the ascendant If can appear in the next cngres with a sulld column oipokesmen iniavOr- theOne t thing on wntch the pub iCwil1 is hOW determined the reatoratioflofA government of by and for the peop4er and the Iepeal or aU laws wmch pr cd cate the profits of certain preterrediri- dustres on the burdens heaped on th- nlnetenthsot the countrys nopulatios who re discriminated Iistain t Nc tOlricglDla11P Ot Lem er J The Springfield Sun H Lf SMITH Editor and Publisher r SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY The good old summertime iej terisgon its last lap Even Indian maharajahs get to be nuisances according to London report Some jersons dive into snaUow we- ter at summer resorta and others get engaged Earthquakes that hits to be snubbed are careful to keep away from San Francisco since the fire The crown prince of Siam refuses to be a polygamist and he does not Bay it in Japanese either If the cows will not Ve milk when there is no rain we will be driven to milking a can of condensed cowThe cold storage figures indicate that omelets will be more reliable next WInter that poached eggs on toast An Indiana mule kicked a motorcycle and cyclist across the road the other day Somomules seem almost human SanFrancisco likeitheBureauareverification of those rain predictions Is still overdue The man who ate 61 ears of corn for a prize probably followed natures pie by hOlding the ears down as 1e ate them with his forefeet The aeroplane as a possible factor warfare is somewhat handicapped E the tempting target it would make even an ordinary marksman An author pf many arithmetics Pennsylvaniatiutstill alive and waiting for the fall term3 1 A scIentist who has been investiga ting decides that grasshoppers are en tirely useless Evidently he never had afiock of young turkeys to be fat tened r While he was saving two lives a Connecticut man lost 18 The people whose lives he saved might at least have the good taste to get up a purse or him betheness There is no escape for the bold eat and shrewdest from its lightning like telltale agility Scientists announce that they have Isolttted the germ off leprosy and hope BOon have a lure But there is no hope in sight for those afflicted with an itching for public office A Princeton professor contends that the common idea of heaven is wrong Now if someono will determine just what Is the common Idea ot heaven the whole matter will be settled rhe hobble skirt shows signs ot joining the autorrobile and the airship tor place In the accidentrecord con test Its use if a comment for the cynical on thel t Omen of this liberty seektgday I Though the bulletin of the Chicago special park commission concedesthat the larvae of the tussock moth Is one of the most beautiful of our caterpU lays it does not recommend that the larvae be treated as pets Canada is also a big country alp though not yet In the same class with the United States as regards popula Lion and general development There have been reports of crop failures in the Dominion NoW comes the ex planation that In some quarters grain and other products have suffered from drought But inn other sections there has been an ample supply of moisture and the yIeld will be good The out criesof the calamIty shouter and th4- speculator must be taken with due al towance on both sides ot the border The official figures shoWing that du ring the calendar year 1909 tho ex- pendItures in the United States for wilding operations aggregated about 1 billion dollars surpassing the record Sf 1906 iby ten 10 cent not only prove how completely the country had recovered from the panto at 1907 but Indicate that the people have made a rresh start In pro perlty There may be checks and reVrscs from time to time but no nation like ours can be dept permanently crippled or Indus trially toctivef An English physician Js of the opIne don that chickens spread tuberculosis among cows Nevertheless a good many peoplo who are unable to cause trouble In any other way wlll con tlnue to keep chickens The evening service at a church IQ New Jersey has been discontinued be cause of mosquitoes And it cannot be charged that the skeeters were Imported for the purpose the effect of the sermon WhateverIgation osquitoes reused to be r t j frffCii + Jrl + f + I ROUNDABOUT Ii l1li THE TATE l1lii i MOST IMPORTANT NEWS to GATHERED FROM ALL IPARTS OF1 KENTUCKY + + + + f + O + i + t + WilL MEET rSTfT FAIR IIDifferent Organizktion Booked forI Conventions at Louisville Louisvillelzev ral c nventlons and formal sessions o diffe ent organizations have been b oked for meetings In this cIty durin Eta e Fair week andnnmerous oth r org nizations are now making arra gems ts for such meetings with daes ye to be selectIed All meetings ill b held State Fair ground The annual meet ing ot the Kent cky Sate Agricultural socIety will b held n convention hall at the fair grounds on Wednesday afternoon at 2 oelo k The ses sion wlll be called to or er by PresI- dent M F Johnson ot F rn Creek Announcement was made of theI program for the good rcads conven tion to be held on Thu slay afterI noon under the auspices f the Kem tucky Good Roads associa on Sena tor Joe F Bosworth ot nddleSboro president or the associate n will preside The purpose of the convention and ot the worK of the association will be discussed by n A S mmers of- Elizabethtown chairman for good roads day RJ McBryde of the Louisville Times will specon The Press and Good Roads Rural De livery and Good Roads i the sub sect of a paper w ch will a read by a representative o the po toffice department at Wzls lngton A representative Of the b eau of good roadS United States dep rtment pf agricul ture will discuss What the Federal Government Is Doing to Develop Good lUsfellaneousb gtoImpetus in Ken tucky fravetingMensknights of the grIp will hold a conven tion during the afternoon tatives from all coinmerciaJorgani zaUons of the state will assemble in convention at the fair groups on Fri day afternoon from 4 to 6 o lock AJ formal gatliering of Confederate vet erans will be held In the model school building from 6 to 730 oclock Friday afternoon Another conven ion aIIready scheduled is that at fhe BuffJ Orpington dub which at oclock Saturday afternoon This meeting has been called by J Duncan Ben of ParIs president of th club WIll MEET SEPTEMBER 23 Estill Springs Postponed Convention Will Now Gather at lexington IexingtonThe Eighth EistricNewspaper league will meet lngton at thePJWen c hotel ber 23 when ie rst regular ro ram ever carried ouUby the order Iwi lbe given Speeches on various pl seS of newspaper work will be mtde and discussions will take place 1jhe pro gram is not yet annninced but a om mittee is now at work on it B Stears of the Jessamine News is res ident of the league and will 1r side over the meeting The conve lion was to have been held September 2 at Estill Springs but was pos poned as many members of the league wore not able to be present OOMuIN FARM lANDSr ShelbyvilleThe boom in farm lands along the line of the new Louis rille Eastern still continues Chester Turner sold 200 acres ot his farr for 5125per acre and almost before the ink on the contract had dried the pur chaser was offered a bonus of 1000 Dr H D Rodman or Louisville re cently sold one of his farms tn the same neighborhood to W R Spann for 5150 Per acre and the purchaser has since refused 21i0 Dr Rodmans other farm containing the famous Creekmere dairy barns etc has just beenspld to his nephew John A Rod man but the price vas not made pub lie REPORT OF STATE AUblrO Frankfort During the palu month the outstanding warrants against the state were Increased about 30QOO as Is shown by tho report of Auditor James for the month of Auguat The outstanding warrants at dIe close of business August 31 amounted to 63222043 and at the close of business July 1 they were t6025956 The vaiance In the staking fund IsR i42r 74744 schoollfund 37344943j and the deficit in the general expenditt refund amounts to 11404822 PEACH FAMIN- EGlasgowThere is a peach amine in Southern Kentucky but str ngeto say the matter was not generally Bariren and surrounding counties are noted for th Ir fine peaches and not onlY supplytl home demand bit thousands of bushels to other 1states The cause or the poach fai uro thought to be on account of t e late freezes Uv to this time th rohas been hardly any of the fruit n the market and the few bushe s sold qht slid per bushel t PLANS FClt BIG EXHIli Louisville Tho Louisville Bottlers association held a meeting to discus pte s for the of the State Bot tIers association to be held at the state fair on September 15 Preparations have been made by the local association to entertain the delegates to the convention of the State Bottlers association and while the local assn cation was organized only a few weeks ago it contains every bottler in the city of Louisville Plans for several big exhibits at the state fair have been made by the local association and In order that aU of the latest bottling machinery can be shown to advantage at the convention the local committee has secured space on the fair grounds for a bin tent in which to make the exhibit Several manufacturers of bottling ma chinery will have representatives at the fair with samples of their ma hineryo TheCommonwealth I RussellvU1eThe Logan County Farmers itistitutp wIll beheld in this city October 14 and 15 WinchesterW A Beatty Editor of the DailY News of this city was thrown from a buggy bY a runaway horse and his left arm was broken in two places He was taken to a Lex ington hospital VacancIes at AnnapolIs Naval 4cal emy to be filled from Kentucky are as follows By Senators Paynter and Bradley one each From the First congressional district two and from the Second Third Fifth Sixth and Tenth one each- CarrolltonThe death of Mrs Su san Dean one of the oldest citizens of Carroll county occurred of r a brief lllness at the home of her d ugh ter near this city She was 97 ears of age and had been a resident o Carroll county for 91 years She was only ill three da GlasgowWhUe she was in he sickbed the home of Mrs Charlie Sults of Green county caught fire and Mrs Stults would have perished the flames had she not been rescu d by- neiglzbors Her husband was way and the building caught from a efee- tive flue In the kitchen GlasgowJ T Cheatham aged 75 years and Mrs Virgie Eaton aged 60 were married here Mr Cheatham was formerly county court clerk of Cumberland countY Kentucky and when married 45 years ago issued his own license This is the third matrimonial venture for the bride Danvl1leThe reunion of the alumni of the Kentucky School for the Deaf was held at that institution in this city The reunions which are important events In the lives of the graduates are held every three years and there is usually a large attendance One of the features of the meeting was the banQuet ElktonJohn Thomas was prob ably fatally hurt and his son Tobe received injuries from which its tIeath is momentarily expected when a southbound passenger train struck their buggy at a crossing in the yards at Guthrie Their horse wa instant ly killed and their buggy completely demolished New Haven M C Beam 3 Co dis tillers at Gethsamene sold their plant to Taylor Williams o Louisville who have as3umed control of the business The firm of Beam Co was Minor C Beam and J Bernard Dank The latter is president of the Taylor filliams Go that already has a plant at thatlpoint FrankfortJ F namey bank clerk in the secretary off states office has received applications for charters for two new banks A bank with a capital stock of 15000 has been organ ized at Lynn Grove Calloway county and the Springfield State bank ot Springfield with a capital stock o 50ooowants a charter Frankfort After quarreling witb her husband over a trivial matt r at the Capital Fair Mrs Nee hate aged 18 who is a brIde of two moths jumped into the Kentucky rIver bore the fair grounds and committed sui chic Her money was found U d r In her handkerchief and put t her shoes ozrthe bank MunfordvllleRobert Rlchur see of Uno this county died from tl a of- fects of a knife wound horQcei d In the back it is alleged at the of Tom Radford n negro farm rand They had alililculty over II sgttlu nent- of tobacco cropradfordis in jail on the charge of murder Richardson vas about 40 years of ago and leaves a wife and chUdre- nStanordNanc Rankin the 11 yearold daughter of Leo Rankin a prominent farmer of this county was assaulted by Shay Spellman a negro farmhand employed byber father The crime was committed vhlle the girl was helping Spellman with the storyIbegged so hard for his life that they abandoned their orIginal intention of siloatiu him and brought him to file Stanford jail LouisaThe jury in the Case against Pr F D Marcum for killing John Whittaker brought Ip a verdict of mnslaughtcr and fixed ills punish ment at seven years in the penitentiary The killing took place on a C O train two years ago Jlarcu ri was marshal of Louisa and Was requested by tho conductor to arre t Whittaker and three companions fbr disorderlY conduct They resisted and in the fight that followed Whit taker was fatally shot The jury dis agreed in the first trIal p 3r IJo t Feathers in Style HERE Is a growing sentiment agaInst wearing the Iiplumage ot birds in varie ties where cruelty must be practised to secure it Women are learnIng to discriminate in this matter and to forego the wear ing ot plumage that promises to bring about the extinction of a species ot beautiful wild birds or to Inflict torture A proud crest of dainty feath ers torn from the back ot a mother bird and the death of a nest full ot fledglings by slow starvation are not pleasant suggestions to flaunt with the group of sweeping aigrettes upon the head ot beauty For the wearer must be either uninformed or Indifferent or unmindful of cruelty None of the excuses will pass muster with intelligent people Aside from a very few sorts the feathers we have worn recently and those wo will wear are made from the plumage of domestic or other edl ble birds No cruelty is practised la securing them and thousands of pee pie make a living bY manufacturing the millinery trImmings made of them Feather bands sewed wings pom pons breasts and mounted sprays MAKES A DAINTY COSTUME Design That Would look Well In a Gray Zephyr Spotted With BlUe Gray zephyr spotted with bl o would took pretty carrIed out in our design The skirt has a panel front which is continued in a deep band at the foot and has the upper part gathered it is also gathered at the waist A panel to match is taken down back and front the sleeves being cut in with the sides Lawn claudlno cuffs and collar add n dainty finish Hat of blue straw trimmed with gray net and roaes Material required Seven and one halt yards zephyr 80 inches wide Easy Way to Cican Lace Yokes If instead of taking lace yokes and cuffs out of dresses to waSh when soiled they are rubbed wIth dry starch thou brushed thoroughly the lace wlll lcok like new i ri j Jl i 1Ii fact a world of airy and attractive lecoratIonsare cleverly fashioned from the feathers of the t1rkey chick en pigeon peacock and pheasant These are bleached dyed eaten with acIds pieced and pasted until their origin Is lost sight of Other bIrds ot bright plumage such as the parrot and birds like the blackbird and spar row of which there Pore myriads are used but they are not cruelly treated unless sudden death Is cruel The wearing ota bird upon the hat may be in questionable taste and at present one sees almost no birds but any amount plumage Gradually the wearing pr feathers may die out but the signs the times do not point that way More plumage Is shown now than ever before Women should learn to discriminate in choosing it and select those feathers which they may wear with an easy conscience They are obliged to inform themselves In some states of the Union or run the risk of forfeIting their forbidden property For laws have been passed and are enforced to protect certain birds and one may not own their plumage t JULIA BOTTOMLBt rnwmwwwwPLEA FOR THE GROWING GIRL Problem of Maternal Management That Is Worth Some Serious Consideration So many older women seem to think that because a girl of from four teen to twenty or so is likely to bo callow and sometimes forward and rather rIdiculous In her pretentlons ot ago and dIgnity she must be contino- ual1y snubbed and put down They laughingand leaving her out of discussion and conversation until some day they owako with a start to realize that the child is a woman and a pert and embittered woman at that Of course AmerIcan girls are no presumptionwhich a glrlIn her teens Is not com petent to decIde for herself let alone for others but there ill no reason why a girl who really is growing up should be made to feel that she Is al ways in the way and must be pat ronized when she is noticed At all Give her at least a chance 4i feel that she is one or the family and that she is a step above the children in the nursery whom she Is likely so to dOsplse Hero as elsewhere you will go most safely fn the mIddle and this rather delicate problem of maternal management will settle itself It con stderaUon and common sense are learned on one side and taught on the otherExchangei Short Skirts or long There can bono doubt that the real lyshort skirt has thoroughly established itself this sprIng Of course for walking and all outdoor games It is a delightful and most sensible fashion but there is some question as to Its beauty and suitability where the drossy afternoon frock or evening toilet Is concerned For the quite young woman who Is sUllJn her teens or has recently quitted them the short frock looks girlish and pretty and is moreover very practical and comfortable But with the older woman it is quite n different matter She looks simply ridiculous In these fashionable curtailed skirts and far from giving her a girlish appearance they add years to her apparent aga = darters for Short Socks Garters for short cooks for the kid dies are being made of hat rubber In stead ot the wider and moro conspic- uoua garter rubber or the untidy nothing at all Usually It Is white though fOr pink p1 tlu socks it can easily bo paintc the color desired oi a A MARVELOtJ RECOVERY How a Chronic Invalid RegaIned Pei feet Health Mrs Ray Thinner 30 West Th- St NewAlbany hid says Kidn disease had rendered me a chronic invalid I lay in bed unable to move hand or foot My right limb was swollen to twice normal size j looked the plctWJ 04 death and myc puzzled the doctors secretionswerebly Marked improvement followed the use of IJoans KIdney Pills In six weeks I was a well woman My friends and relatives marvel at my recovery Remember the nameDeans For sale by aU dealers 60 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N T Talking to the Child Mrg X talks to little Madge just as Mr X talks to their dog saId a little gIrl ota neighboring fam- Ily And 1t was indeed true Mrs x Is a very v ellmeaning woman and would be grey tly surprised if she should hear the fbregoing statement She has simply uI onsclo sly acquired a harsh tone of voice in dealing with her children This is altogether unnecessary and Is not as many moth ers seem to think a mark ot good die ciplino The mother Yhose manner is quIet but firm Is generally a much more successful disciplinarian thaiz the harshvoiced mother who Issues r her commands in a dictatorIal manner Kindness never spoils children Itir r flabby IndecisIon sometimes nllstaken for kindness which spoils them HOW A DOCTOR CURED SCALP DISEASE Whin I was ten or twelve years old I had a scalp disease something like scald head though It wasnt that I suffered for several months and most of my haIr came out Finally they had a doctor to see me and he recommended the CuticUrB Remedies They cured me In a few weekS Ihave used the CuticuraRemediesalsb 4 for a breaking Jut on my hands and was benefited a great deal I havenn had any more trouble wIth the sca1D disease Miss Jessie F Buchanan R F D 3 Hamilton Ga Jan 7 190i Kept with Barnums Circus P T Barnum the famous circus man once wrote r have had rho- Cuticura Remedies among the con tents otmy medicine chest with mJ shows for the lust three seasons and it itI can cheerfully certify that they were very effective in every case iWhiclt called for their userSomething Dreadful Wee Anita w s listening to set rfof the Johnstown flood akedOh grand ma The next morning she ran into her x brothers room and climbing up on- the bed inquired anxiously uBuvvero wasnt It just drertul bout that swear breaking and killing all dose peoPl1r tes A Womans Backbone HIstory records many instances where a woman has shown that sho possessed clear gritcommonly called backbone She must have to be able to halt kill herself over a washtub every week Women are learnIng now however that if they use Easy Task soap In the laundry it means half the work done while they rest their clothes are cleaner and sweeter their hands are not red and uglY theIr flannels not shrink nd their linens do not rot Then It HappenedrWhat made you propose to me 1 Why when I refused him he sai- he dIdnt care what became of him but perhaps ho wasnt serious Houston Post If You Are a Trifle Sensitive About the size ofour shoes many p l AUensFootItaethoIt cures Tired Swollen Aching Feet an4 torbreakinginnewshoes s tLeA- love girl will tell low a man made to her when she did to him YREMEDYFir MlrineDoesntSmartSoothesEgePaiaDrergii Marine Eye Seim iaAiepticTuties23ai1AQk- EYEOOKS AND ADVICE FREE BY MAUL 11druineE lned7CoCht Ql Hn The Army o- Constipation Ii Growing gaselier Every Day vCARTEII3LIVER PlUS areJlexonly give reI efsthey permesee dr1CLCcute Ceaetrpa tie MiL lions itto Ml diem fortBlliau feu WizestiM Side headache SalLnrHIa- llALLPILL SMALL DDS SIWL rID Genuine mn tbenr Signature t TZTHEELS STEEL ana RUBBER TIRE We rerubber oldIchannel tired teIt Buggy Top t ions Poles and AU Kinds Trimmings COtOOII i H L liji I F I 1I iiiiiH- isI L Peculiar Predicament ft t By STACY E BAKER T Cop1rizbt IgIO by A- sLrkesdaaalei shouted the eOn luctor The fussy little old gentleman with- the numerous packages and the taU roadshouldered youth occupying the eat in front of him hastily seized their belongings and bolted for the door Lukes dale is a small stop- Hardly were the two safe on the TOugh boards bounding the station ber fore the older mans parcels began to slipand slide in an awkward way wind but for the hasty assistance of the other the majority ot them would itave fallen Thank you wheezed the sub Urbanite You are a stranger hereabout are you not This Is my first trip to Lukesdale smiled the young man He reached for his card case then realizing that hnposslb111tyfor 5end retain possession of his pur t chases he said My name Is Hampton I have an punt living here whom I shall visit Can you direct me to the residence of- afiss Cornelia Wade curiOlips I go right by the house ho an 15ered My name is Warren Pleased to make your acquaintance Hampton I hope we shall know each other better before you leave town It was now about nine ocock In the evening and beginning to get l dark Hampton was thankfu1 for the gompany of the other and having xiothing but his own light suit case ita carry attempted to relieve his gUIde of some of his load To this the old man strenuously objecte Im used tQ it he pro everyJIl1gThereafter he was strangely reti 3 occasionalilhucIqe AMott Eccentric Old ChapThought ith Youth t Amost eccentric old chap thought the youth but after one or two attempts to start a conversation he humored the old mans mood The streets of Lukesdale were a credit to the town and this helped great deal because the lights wen conspicuously Inadequate The little burg seemed to have been laid out allon one street At last the two drew near It large domicile aristocratic in appearance and towering majestically above its neighbors Your destination said Warren pointlngIt now dark The windows the house were ablaze theSpaciousburst of girlish laughter came aud denly out to them and Warren again chuckled I had understood that my aunt 1tvcs alone remarked Hampton un easilyThen she must have company suggested the old gentleman dry That certainlY Isnt her voice A mind picture of his glum rel- ti a o sharp featured suspicious eyed fiftshe for an instant before the mtinds eye of Hampton Warren wright asinMIss Wade must be entertain ing Warren surprised the youth stepping up to the door and in perfectly at home manner flinging It Wide open dramatJca1yiand tldrgentleman of1Sd1ss Cornelia Wade a The door slammed shut and the tsound of hasty feet descending ti steps on the other side caused Hamv ton tQ turn In surprise He was alo Es guide had j one The blindness now partially left the YOuth He turned to confront two younS girls evidently sisters and a emiling elderly woman t Unclo Oscar IS so eccentric said one Qf the girls advancing toward Hampton and relieving him of his euit case His eyes caught theruddy leamother hairy the cloui blue of t soekted Literary Press hr eyes A spot of red dotted for a passing second the white of het cheeks I am Virginia sal4 thegit1 simply Let me introttnce my mother and my sister LoUlue The twp women came tprward Louise was a young maid ill lookS and actions the double of tlib fair Virginia She had the Sam grace fut carriage the same rich tuaice Oscar Is a tease contrthttd the matron Oneespeclal1y a strattger never knows how to take him Her laughing eyes peered out at Huinpton and a roguish twinkle told of ia kindred love for humor Put ventured Hampton ill t easeI am sure there has beena mistake I laughJdVirginiacar But Positively no explanations They are not neededyI only wish you understood hd whispered Hampton gazing wisUUty tit the girl She had made a greet impression on the youth from the city With a social footing In New York second to none and an income that had allowed him to travel extensively he had Imagined that th6 gentler sex had palled upon him Hence this earlyspring flitting to Lukesdale He was cloye With so cietyand women This girl was a revelation Confi dent of poise cool wholly at ease under what must be to her to say the least singular circumstances she was withal prettily natural and sim ple Probably Mr Hampton wish to bathe his hands after his long ride on that hateful accommodation It was the elderly woman who spoke Show him to his room Vr stJnla He can join WI at his con venlence With a resigned sigh Hampton follow d the maid Some one had been expected by these good people In a short time the proper guest would arrive and thenwell Hamp ton impostor would be kicked out This would end his acquaintance with this rare maid = Timidly Hampton again entered the parlor A wheezy voice greeted him How dye do Hampton Feeling refreshed They ung New Yorker glared at the returned joker Uncle Oscar shifted about uneasily under the pro longed and eloquent stare Umm m ventured Uncle Oscar Z guess Ill have to speak with Hampton alone for a moment theyouthIts aU right he InterrUpted rising a pudgy hand to the young mans wrathy vociferations Its all right Hampton Dont get excited I met your aunt on my trip to the cltyopersonally acquainted with her you know She was called away sud denly to the bedside of a sick frond andrmy where she had made arrangements for you to stay until her return SatisfiedSurely beamed the youth More than satlfied I like Yes I see you do said thee old man Virginia likes you too See how she flushed when you came back eh Well good luck to you Hamp ton As for me Im going home The old man disappeared down the halt leading to the street door Hampton hurried back to the parlor Illegible Signatures Occasionally you may recel e a let ter from the man whose sign ture at ofthe bottom of the letter couldnt have elsehadHe dashes in at the upper left hand corner of the signature pll1ceas if lie were a scroll designing artist romps across it comes back near the point ot beginning and with a swirl or twc completes the second Initial after which he buzzeaws his name In fur slarflYlong And when you write to him hes sore and embarrassed Jf yOU havent written his initials and name rightly tbe address T ere are just two recourses that you may have in trying to decipher parbper may contain name if hes a all important in tho organization providing of course that you havo tcyThat other recourse as to thelhf Ual letters of Christian and surname may bo found In n posslblP stenos raphers addendum BPGx Tht means that the stenographer K haf taken the dictated letter from BiG youeneThe man who told meI know noth- Ing about religion because I know nothing about Greek knew nothing about me because he knew nothlng about Dutch Usually a Low Character And what Is the object of th boodle Inyestlgatlon th1ma x PPAlACH IAN EXPR OPENS AT KNOXVILLE TENN SEPTEMBER 12 AND CONTIN UIS FOR i4 MONTH EXPOSITION READY FOR OPENING Taft and Roosevelt Will Visit the Lx posItionOther Notables Expect Magnificent Grounds and Exhibits Knoxville Tenn The Appalachian Exposition to be held in this city from September 2 to October 12 is nearIng completion The buildings and grounds have been completed for some = reeks and already a large number of exhibits are installed With the lengthening of the suns rays on Saturday prior to the opening day one will vIew an exposition completein all- sIt component parts and the vitalizing forces that have so valiantly labored for the past year to bring this exposition to its full fruition will rest a bare 24 hoursbefore the mighty pageant of the waiting population will present itself at the portals of this Appalachian lesson of progress and develop went and march through the gates Prom every section comes the great est encouragement any proposi Lion ever tools on the glorious colors of the rainbow iri adv nee the Appa lachian Exposition is certainly reflect ing back every prismatic hue The Deard of Directors headed by the valiant Wm J Oliver have returned from making a spectacular whirl by special traIn through the South touch w J OL11dE- Rresldent AppalachlJn Exposition Knoxville Tenn tug the leading clUes and at every point they were accorded nIfenthusiastlc reception and received thousands of sarances s that the major portion of th populace of the cities visited will bo present at the exposition Among the many notables who wit attend the exposition none will more cordially welcomed and gracIous- ly received than President Wm Taft and exPresident TheQdore Foos veil The exposition officials have positive and personal assurances from them that they wlll honor the exposition with their presence The date for President Tarts visi t has not been definitely determined but it will be the last of September or early in October However Co Roosevelt has fixed October 7 ns the time far his visit to the exposltIa- nSpnlshAmerican war veterans day will be celebrated on October 7 amI Col ROosevelt being a Spanish war veteran himself will take a lively and leading part in the exercises of thet date He will deliver an address his o comrades Qf98 and he will hold a reception at which he will meet personally and shake the hands of thousands ot the boys of the north and south The governors of Tennessee Vii sinlaf West Virginia Kentucky North and South Carolina Georgia and Ala llama have been Invited to attend the exposition It Is etpecte that these chief executives wm attend representing their respective states omclo- 1lr Coy M R Patterson of Tenne- ee s will be present on the opening da- f the exposition September 12 an deliver a formal address nd- thewisfo partIcipate in the cpaningt- th of o great ecnts The 1Tlllted States government fs wing much encouragement to the exposition Extensive exhIbits hay e been prepared by order of the heads of various departments and these are being Installed at the exposition buildings and grounds Few people realize the magniture of the live stock exhibit and horse show whIch will be held In connection wit h livte e first week of the exposition period the dates for this exhibit being September 12 to 17 inclusive In ptrfecttng th details for this great exhibit nothing has been left undone to make it outstanding to every particular The pyrotechnic feature or the expo sltlon will be important GJ tat dig of Pains pyrotechnic preseuta PlaYi will be given every night uring rat week of the expositive One of the very attractive fciaturcs- ot the expositionwtli be the six das race meeting SeItemller 12 to 17 In order to gut fbiq racy meeting on a hnsis which would ho In keeping with the extensive scope of the exp a toegiven in puses making it decided the largest event of thekind evot tempted In East Tennessee 1J ft KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH- ROOSEVELT I IN CINCINNATI Councilmen Presented Him With Engraved Set of Resolutions of Gtcetln Cincinnati Councllman t Large Samuel Moyer was elected by ceunci a cQmmittee of one to present ex President Theodore Roosevelt when he reached Cincinnati with a beautifully engraved set of resolutIons of greet ing adopted by council The resplu- tions were adopted by a risIng vote the seven Democratic membersjoiuln S wIth their Republican fellows The res followsrThe City of CIncinnati to Col Th o PatrIotGreettngsOn rejoicing commemorative ot the evf dent progress of the Ohio river im- proyement we pause to welcome yo to our home Your achievements hav not only merited our respect but you r lespouslnthe n man and man as a national attribut has gained for you our love and es teem You have been signally honore d throughout the civillzedJworld tnd s fyouhonor and In token ot the sincerity of oir welcome the freedom of the city is her by conferred upon you Adopted by the council of the City of Cincinnati September f 1910 OTTO J RENNER President Pro rem of Council Attest J CARROLL Acting Clerk Mr Moyer will meet the exPresi dent at the Torrence road station Roosevelt went to the home Of Co- gressman and Mrs Longworth upon his arrival An informal reception In honor ot Cot Roosevelt at Rookwood followed Roosevelts speech in Musi hall NEW GROCERY COMPANY Will PaySpeclal Attention to Handling Grain and Country Produce HopkinsrilleThe w A c ambers Wholesale Grocery Co has been Incorporated herefThe capital stock Is 502000 and the company will do a wholesale grocery business at this too the handlIng of country produce and graIn Tits prime movers In the new con Clarkoyule Tenn and T J McReynolds vJ president of the Planters Bank an companyewill absorb n branch house of the A Chambers Co of Clarksville whic has been doIng business tore for a few years the new company bet my independent ot any other firm Th t have bought a large two story warehouse fronting on the L N raihoad and this is now being fitted up for them ASK FOR FRANCHISE New Bridge and Rilroad Company Apply to Owensboro Council Owensboro The Owensboro Rockport Bridge Terminal Co made application to the city council to pass an ordinance givIng It the rIght 0 way down the river front of this dty The Company has had a corps of engineers in tae field for some time and has options on rIght ot yvay through much of the land between Owens ora and Rockport both in Kentucky and IndianaIThe plan contemplates the bu11d1 of a bridge at ornear this point ax successfuld It rn outlet TWO FIRES AT OWENSBOR- OOwensboroRaprosentattve P W BerkshIre suffered the loss of a barn which was struck by lightning and burned All of his farming Implements were In the barn at the time or the fire mid were consumed rho barn also contained about 200 bales of hay belonging to Ed Barry The loss was only partly covered by Insurance Mr Berkshire had no Insurance on his barn having allowed the policy to lapse only a few days before the fl xe FIre of unknown origin damaged hr Dr01vnherewas covered by insurance GlasgowThe idrge general chandisa store at Donnie in the nor ern part of this county was burned The flro occurred after midnight and had gotten beyond all control when dIscovered The loss is about 5000 with a small insurance This about the fifth store burn ed in the surrounding seetioh within the past two week and notwithstanding local officers are doing all in their keppwer tQ capture the firebugs all ef theaG1vork one sectionand later in another t 4 r SON SHOOTS FATHER Parent Was Making Atrnngements to Attend Gathering When Trouble Started GIasgowPnyton opaaa 20 years old shot and instantly killed his father Jim Cop ss near Bon lair ten miles from here in this county Jim Co bass who Is years old has been living apart from his wife and family for several years but has all along paid frequent visits tt his children He caned andmad arrangements to Carry the children to a gathering of some kind at Merry Oaks While there trouble arose between the father and son and the son ordered the father out of the rd The father obeted and lust as lie passed through the gate the son shot him with a shotgun the charge takIng effect in the neck severing the wind pipe and the victim instantly The son immediately surrendered to Deputy Sheriff wm Stefiey All par ties are prominent in that section and considerable excitement prevails I Kentukyc Int lligencel HendersonThe tobaccy barn of J W Toy a prominent farmer residing near Anthoston burned causing a loss hiscropdcadent occurred He carried no insur once ofeWarn assIgning any cause for the oldShimselfeDeath was instan taneous He was wellknown livery dealeroLnncas erJudge L LI Walker who was lately appointed circuit judge in the thirteenth district to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Judge M C Sautl yj has chosen R H Bat mastercommissioner her of Judge Homer W Batson of Louisville CarllsleJ P WhitUnghUJ ot Pa ducah deputy state revenue agent and a large force of assistants are at hereneta R- tstitittillg iaing records preparatory to in suits for back taxes on alleged Jin ed assessments in Niche fivecyears Newport While returning from a picnic in a rowboat Mrs WJ Die mat and her three daughters Marie aged 8 Ethel aged 3 and a baby aged one Year were drowned in the LickIng river The husband and father W J DIemal with his two sons and Jacob Fried his wife and sons escaped They started for the city in a rowboatthe boat suddenly ran into a submerged log and upset JacksonBaU was granted to John Davidson and Hacker Combs fie the sum of 7000 each Tom DavIdson and Jason Denton 6OOO each who are charged with killing John Abner bY Special Judge A J Kirk after hearing PdJohnson Bail was also granted Sam FloydhLexington More than 600 men are strikeydeclared at a number of mInes in the Southeastern Kentucky coal fields Reports received here are to the effect that fully 1000 men will be out before the endof the week A demand for higher wages and the rIght to organize are the principal points In controversy The mines affected are located in the Plnevl11e district Bell and ad joining countie- s11lckmanCato Davis one of the oldest citizens pt this county dIed al his home at Woodland Mills sev en miles from here of general de cline He was born in Virginia goin g to California durIng the gold eve and iemaining there seven Years and then located in Woodland in 1856 where he had since resided He was Well known u11 over this part ot the country He is survived by his wife and six chlldren 3dband Joseph E Lipps 3a years old at their home Immediately following the shooting Mrs Lipps was arrested and a charge of murder was placed against her She was remanded to jan without bond Mrs LlpP3 claims she fired In selfdefense when her h band attacked her with a razor A razor was found in the room where the shooting took p1aceICarllsle John Di Catnpbellforme county clerk of Nicholas county wa elected city assessor oR Carlisle byI the city council to fill the unexpired term of Leslie S Hughes who resign ed to accept an appointment as dep uty clerk of the Nicholas circuit court Mr Campbell defeated Albert Vilson his opponent by a vote of 5 to 1 Cal Thomas S Watson who was a caiidl date withdrew from thee race osier the election took place I awesvill One of the largest bin Cothbushels ot shelled corn and collapsed The grain all ran out on the rive r bank and scores ofhands were ptt to work to sack it up before rain tam and spoiled It Nearly all the grain will be saved but the bin house itself Is n ttltal wreck Louisville Thomas J Hancock 63 years old superintendent of the hQs pltal of the Confederate Veteran s home at Pevee V alley died of heart dIsease Isis wifeand lwo daughter survive r WOMEN tt OFMlDDL z AlE N edLydia E buns Vegetable Compound owasone wet hed 118 undo Uy tronbls 0 i dates bckto the fume that Wom naturtio ofWItrw L mr etable Oom tmuehbetter andit madt 1 and I are contin net It tile I azt ti giateffnl toler the health SlJtutLQtTSIcmDrookfte1d Mo cr1t1catneglect of health at this timeinvitea disease and pin Women everywhere lhou1d remedyknown ihiJtrnnanayrivecmhi1WOmenllls1n1iammaton ulceration d1J egu1rltiesnervous prostration It would like Spechl a1kleabout your CAse write a conSdeii fief letter to Mrs Pinkhamat freeandalIVYs PATENTS II1nrtopDo Opportunity of suffragist Baroness Aletta Borg tells in one of the magazines low the women of Finland came to vote The fact is that women had to show that they could meet an emergency before the vote came to them They have not had many Qpportumities to take tke initiative IIi the worlds history and they 4tave not always spondedlwhea the opportunity came but when a crisis such u that In 1904 when the strike and the revolutionary outbreak in Rpssia took place at the same tine occurred they proved they conk make peace by doing It Not Dill England and the UniWd States fien- dtheworgen helping them to bear some great trouble Will they give them the right to vote Try to Corne lack Not long ago K1nnlird who always actively interested In religious work paid a surprise Visit to I mi sion school in the end of London and told a class of boys tht story of Samson Introducing his narrative his lordship added He was strong became weak and then regained his strength enabling him to destroy his enemies Now boys If I had an engmy what would ybu advise me to do- A 1 little boy after meditation the secret of that great giants Iqenlthi- Bbo up his hand and exclaimed Gee a bottle of hair restorer Scandal Mrs Simmoniss glanced at the scare headline Bank Robbed Police at Seal It and laid down the sheet Naow look at that EzIsheejOoo ulated repeating the headline aloud uHere1I a bIg city bank broke IntO bT burglars and th city pollee force alb ot fishin somewhere What a scam daUJudp overrerrinquiredYour face is familiar faltered the man j WelI Ill forgive you for not recognizing me My hair stii figure are new This Isa Good Breakfast Instead of prepartnr a 4rtisPost Toasties I tlteabA cup of Postum il ISurer Tie JBUta Cereal ry Co Ltd r f + w4 li3c rHESRRING IEh SUN WEDNESDAY 5EPPE MBE jJ iI910i rt Ic f V Q Ly jtill ptay karaaacarom aqua That astute a way ofmalual tkee atrool and Iatardy Nature dicta t seen to thinkmuch bout leatlier when ake planned that way for iI it a wrpnua j Lw gwckly a Lo caa naa tlirolllt his shoes Jea aaa t let aroaadaatnre The heat plan tLe moat economical thing to do h to Iyear Loy tie KroafHt most durakle akoe you can bn ythe Ii III e u ly = w These shoes are made of the best leather especially selected The iboy those are made by the welt processth best known methodof i= fastening soles and uppers together Thee girls shoes are made in both = I welt and turn soles I They are made on good fitting lasts and will not hurt the feet ainjure I It501uucei5 g 1 ASTrys1Ipl IlplUllgllt9l lllDIIUpGII InnanIIDInIllUl1llll1lllmnnma 1 I PRING IFLp SUN a sUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance K1 SMITH Edtter aad Pabllshe- riiterad at the tofti e at field Yr for tranamlMton throUgh the1f4 u second 1us matter TERMS OF SUBSCRiPTiON M Year tiLO- UxXoache 50 ftftelLOflt 25 DEMOCRATIC TICKET Li1 1drlcOR CONWtEss HON BEN JOHNSON flow Good News Spreads t lam 70 years old and travel most of the time writes B F Tolson of Elizabethtown Ky Everywhere I sro becauseIeverytmpstomach regulate the kidneys and invllroratethework wonder for weak rundown men and women srstoring strength vigor Trythemitively guaranteed by Haydon Rob ertson MACKVI ff l School opened Monday with a fine attendance and with Prof DV Florence as principal and Mrs Ada Arnold and Miss Ora Bottom as assistants The protracted meeting began at the Christian chUrch Sunday conducted bV Bro J H Lowber Everyone Invited to attend The play given by the Mack Yille High school was wen attended both here and at Perryville realizing about 36 Misses Bessie KaYoes andMay Hay don were at Tathams Springs Sunday- giltsAda Arnold asin Teca Sun r daV Miiis Sallie Peters has returned to Danville where She is attending school E C Hume of Louisville has returned home for a few days vacation Shoat Wycoff left Sunday for Indian- aPolis Mrs Fltrihte and Mks May Hayd- onI att tlnJttheSbte Fair at Louis- villei IWd Riley has sold hiS country home to town We are glad to say the streets are being unproved which was muchneed led homeIboo Miss May Haydon entertained quite a number of her friends Sunday THose present were Misses Naomi Sweeney- Briggs Wyckoff Willie Ruby Ressie Kayes and Annie Laura Raybourne Messrs Marshall Mayes Harvey Swee ney Oliver Kayes Virgir Mayes Port er Keisrhtley Will Houston of Maud was in thIs vicinity Sunday The Sup w1 CourterJonmal 1151 w M LAND SALE Saturday September IT 1910 At 230 o clockp m Willisbursrpublic outcry about 300 Acres of LandLYING NEAR WILLISBURGKY THIS IS ONE OF tHE BEST TOBACCO FARMS IN THE BURLEY DISTRICT The farm lays well and has on it a good eight room dwelling all TenanthousesTreesTheclvides it into nearly two equal parts on one side of the pike IS the sidearewill be offered m two tracts and then as a whole and sold in the man Iner so as to realize the most money This IS a most desirably located farm close to ordertoremainderMatch 1 1911 with interest from Jan11911 payable annually with precipitating clause and lien retained on the land to secure nayment givebondchase price due March 1 1911 Any person desiring to look over the premises before the day of HyattWlllisburgsired TJ Miller W W HyattAgents for the Heirs of T W M J Reed i Dr G T Button RESIDENT DENTIST feeth Extracted With Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work StrIctly First lass Springfield Ky ffice in Bagon Bl ck up stairs Local News Notes J A Tucker of near Fredericktown sold last week two mare mule colts for 125 each Born Sunday September U 1910 to the wife of John W Kelly a daughter On Monday September 12 1910 to toe wife of Robt Mattinsrly a son Rev R H Roe of Bardstown wfll preach at the Methodist church Sun day Sept 18th at both morning and evening services Mrs Williams will carry a special line of SuitS and Skirts strIctly man tailored All are cordially iinvited to see them whether they buy or not Fox SALEA beautiful lot on Main Street east of Methodist church having a frontage on siad Street ot 63 feet and extending north to alley For ptrticu Jars call on Miss Lizzie Lee a The graded school opened Monday with the largest attendance in its his tory about 301 pupils being enrolled Prof Geo W ColvIn is again principal pf tee schooL The colored peoples Fair will begin tomorrow The premium list has been increasing and the premium money ad ded and the colored people are expect ing the greatest fair that they have ever had A double wedding occurred at the home of Rev R E C Lawson Monday morning when Miss Melva Preston and HarrIson McGmms and Miss Lola Pres ton land Thos Mcdrath were married All are well known young people of the Mackvllle community r r Mrs Edwin Carlisle Litsey who ha3 been ill at the home dot her father Judge WE Sele man for the past seven weeks and whose life was zI spaired ofYesterda is greatly im proved today and strong hopes are en tertained of her recovery Mrs T B Blandford win trim for Mrs Williams this season Mrs Bland ford has been a successful trimmer in Denver CoL and several other large cities for the past SIX or seven years She invites her friends to trade with her I desire to thank the people of Springfield for the kindness shown my wife during her sickness and death I assure them they will always be remembered F F GHOLSON J W Lowlcr Evangelist of Austin Texas is assisting the regular minister J Stotrord in a protracted revival at the Mackville Christian church Dr Lowber is an exprelate of the Knight Templars a thirtysecond degree Sot tish Rite Mason and a Noble of the Mystic Shrine All Masons shoUld hear him on free masonry and religion FOR SALEA farm ot 112 acres about 5 mlles north of Lebanon and 1 miles from the SprinJtfitld pike 25 acres of virgin sOil for tobacco house and barn and tobacco bal n for 7 acres in ionctruction Laud all good bluegrass land Price 3250 W F PATE Lebanon Ky Notice Hennessy Baker having dissolved partnership have placed in my hands for collection all accounts for seasons to their Horses and Jacks and to the Jack Stonewall AU persons indebted to them will please corrie to see me at once flndsettle or I shall have to take legal steps to collect the unpaid accounts MARSHALL DUNCAN NOTICEAll persnsjad bted to the old firm of McElroy Shutz arehereby notifiedto call and settle 4t once and save cost Books to be found at Shultz Cleavers Hardware Store Mound City paints may cost a little more but Mr Leo Ihaydon t For firstclass cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB jEO G GOWDX Prop We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good ton basso 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 wilt serve dinner County Court day in September Patronage very thankfully receIved Mfii +++++++ t+ fit tI + f M I NeW F lIStyles iln Lathes Tailored Suits and i Skirts Young Mens Suits Overcoats Shoes i Hats and Shirts in the LatestZ + fall Patterns and Cuts 1 i Sp cial Low Prices + On 9x12 Rugs Carpets Mat tings Linoleum3 Draperies i and Lace Curtains bargains Remnants A few Mens and Boys Suits left at Half Price Lot ofMens Hats at Half Price CO fri- coaron ren 4 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY t + ++ +++ ++ + fengaJtementRev W H Williams The wedding will be solemnized Wednesday Septem ber 21 1910 at 430 p m at the Presbyterian church Rev R E C Law son officiating- The public sale of C C Christie last Wednesday was not largely attended owing to the very season Milk cows were actiVeranging in price from fiO to 77 Hogs brought i thtfactory prices Horses sold reaabtiably well The 2 yt ar old saddle stallion Duce phalus No 3606 A S H IL was purchased by W W McElroy of Leb anon for 405 the saddle mare No 6011 A S H Rwent to L H Christie orLebanon for 210 Other stock brought fair prices Mrs NannieB Simpson wife of Geo filthPson died at her home in Lebanon last Wednesday of catarrh of the stomach The funeral services were held Friday at the Baptist thutch Anti the remains We interred to Ryder cemetery Mrs Simpson who before her marriage was Nannie B Gordon was born in this county In 188 and was 72 years of age at the time of her death In 1860 she was married to Geo Simp son and to thIs union were born four daughters of whom two survive Fartn for Sale Located one and one fourth miles of Springfield Two good tobacco barns good dwelling anJ outbuildings under good fence and has never failing water Has eighty acres tobacco land Apply at this office WORLDS FAMOUS Dyspepsia PrescriptiQIJ It Drives Away Stomach Distress in a few Minutes Stops Heartburn and Belching If you have anything the matter with your stomach you ought to now that now that MI 0 NAstomach tablets are guaranteed by thf Leo Hay don Drug Co to cure indigestion or any sickness caused by indigestion such as the following or back SIck headache biliousness dizziness nervousness sour stomach fermentation of food belching of gas heavy reeling at Pit of stomach vomiting Of pregnancy If your meals dont digest but lie like a lump of lead in your stomach if you have foul breath and loss of appetite a few MION A tablets will put your sto mach in fine shape m short order If you or imYQf your family from stomach trouble of any kind get a 50 cent box of llONA tablets at once The Leo Haydon Dru Co and druggists everywhere sell Mr ONA on money back was cured of dyspepsia that had assumed the nervous form by the use of MIONA aud I praise MI O NA- hiKhlv My trouble got me and nervous so that I could not sleep the bowels were constipated and I had sharp shooting pains through the kidney regions and hard dull backaches MI goldWalter ftf tS298s tMany to offer in and Odds Ends in the different de tr partmentst TheROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE + + + busy Clair know right money suffer plan- I weak and ++ + + ++++ i 4I Public Sale Renting f On Saturday Sept 24 19IOat 130 pm At EredericktowniWa Shln tin Count y1Ky 41 I will sell tu ththl h bidder all my Stock and Farming ImPle- mehte anti ti lot of Household and KItchen Furniture Stock is one Itauuti work mute 6years old one 5 yearold Work horse 1 extra large tnice brood mare In foal by Jack 1 large yearling mare mule 2 80W AtL and 14 pigs 2 yearling steers etc 1 gaol rubber tire buggy some corn and hay All kinds of farming implements LIBERAL TERMS MADE KNOWN ON PAY OF SALE W i This sale will be without reserve or bVtHd as Iam closing out r W my farming business 4 I fit Also at same time and place if not rented privately before wiil uptJOE R CONNOR i S M CmPbell ++ + iTka 8 n and CourierJournal 111 be Spr1i gfiald lam iLM rreM Jt j t1OOffOn All I Cooking Stoves I I r and Ranges d r lineI10 per cent on all Ranges and Cooking Fhaveon hand Begin Ining Oct 1st the railroad wiU require all I stoves to be crated before shipped and Idnd will raise the price from 10 to 25 per cent on the stove You now have charlesIvantage of the 10 per cent diScount we are now o erliiouatake a look over our line of goods we will be glad to show you whether you buy or not ee- cujtz1Ckave f t N A6J It tr4lTHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNFSDAY SEPTE4iB R 1a I41ox L i OSSis ft SS Si1SiSStS S H SpecidiL- ow Price Sale For Ten Days For then nen days Prices on all summer c and medIum weIght goods regardless of cost Clothing Mns 2500 and 2250 Suits15u 2000 and 1800It 12 u i65o and 500 u 10 Youthsr5 and 12so 9 U g and 850 6SO- t KnickerbockerIo an l9 Suits 6 8 and 7 5 It 6 and 5 375 Special prices on nil spring weight pants Mens also low New K i p p IIQ Goodr I RLooking Chaps That wearur Collars Ties and kls other fixins For is a tone rj about our Furnishings that lends t j distinction to any mans appeirafce- I r Stop in and see the line of o shirts neckwear etc you ever laid sametMr iiiGrundy eoJeoI at If 1ti quires our have decided7 alleys f r alleys first class condition a mak business GiugharnsLace etc 15C ahd1254c Ginghams10c roc Dress Gingham7 c Check roc 125c and Ise Lavns74c6- 5c dud Embroider 3 Embr idery20c 2Sc and loe Embroidery 15c 25c and 26e LacesH 15c- I2 and Ioc Laces Sc Hope Cottwwrw u J I c Hoosier Cottontlt I and Womens Oxfords Slippers and Pumps At Cost We are showing at specially prices Furnishinggoodsy CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN QoQnQQ Pretty there classiest McIntire 0 aaoaaaaaaaa0 O oEverythingToilet and Health this drug store Here you willo find sanitary nursing bottles teeth ing rings rubber diapers talcum powders dainty naps scalp washes and a hundred otherinf nt1lcrequire o menu thel eis a baby in your home appoint us as his druggist That will go far towards insuring his health and LEO HAYDON I 0THEIOO I Alleyv RinlllllfJour re IIall attention we to sell or rent 7 11 r our bowling The are in and is money iug Leacman Oarnpbells Furniture Store Apron Gingham7cA- ll sot 5c- 35c and3oc 64c comtort VALLEY Hilt G C Donahoe has returned to this section after a successful season with his threshing machine A number of children and grown uris attended the fair from this place on last Satnrday All report a pleasant time and say that the uvernile Fair is second to none held in this county when It comes to a good laugh and real pleasure Mrs Palmer Goatley and Miss Imogene JefferIsonyearoJdgelding badly kJckel bran horse last week It is possible that the blemishes can be removed en entirely but hardley probable The many friends of Wm Derrmger will be glad to know that he is no convalescent after a sirious attack 01 spinal affections Mrs T A Tatum is ill at this writing W F Moran has completed a new tobacco barn for Mrs S E Piles Dee Piles ofMissouri who is visiting relatives at thie place was the guest of relatives near Willisburg dux- ing last week Mrs J EOoatley entertained a number of her friends to an elegant lunch on Thursday Among rho present were MesdamesJ W Hughes Palmer Goatley J EFerltneson andl Miss Mattie Tucker and MIJ HughesMrs H M Goatley has recovered from a recent attack of malaria Mr and Mrs J E Fergeusoii are visiting relatives in Louisville durin g the Pair A small 9i anity of new corn has been disposed of n this section at 250 per Misses Naoma and Nancy Head have entered schqol at St Catharnes Mr Dee Piles has returned to his home in Northern Mo after a rief Visit to relatives at this placer c Tat m and family are visiting relatives m Louisville during the Sta FairMr and Mrs WH Yancy visited relattYes near Polin Sunday G C Donahoe is in Louisville Hunter and Joseph Goatley wE guests at Elm Hill Sunday M Reed is attending the State Fa r and visiting relatives in Louisville Most everybody in this section a e taking a day oft at the State Farr Mr and Mrs T B Janes weregu sat the home of M reed and wife Tu hired Springfield Miss Mattie Tucker of Frederic town visited friends in this sctio Thursday i W V STALLARD DD S SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT k Pain or Danger Done in this office is first andjustasOver McElroy Shaders Grocery 5 OOQQ Qena QQNotesQ 0LCIRoundi Personal NewsI1000 1 Miss Margaret Booker and brother Fred have returned to their home Little t Rock after a visit relative hereMrs JiO Ellen Wright h returned to her home m Danville a a VIsit to relatives here Miss Sarah QNan h t gone sdhool 0 at Danville MIss Mabel Price 8 nt in 1LebanonMiss Bertha Haydon has returned home from a visit to Mrs T A SpaldI ing at Bardstown Mr and Mr tT w Simms Sr are in Louisville this week Mrs J D Ra iec and little dau2b ter Dorothy Dawson of Bardstown are Visiting C L Price llrid family Miss Elizabeth Spalding of Leban on spent Friday with Miss Nellie SImms Mrs T II Wright of Danville MondayIMiss Louise TUCker left Monday for St Catharines where she entered school Mr and MrS J J McCabe are spending the first of the week in Lou isville Frank Smith of Bardstown spent a few daya last week with Stewart Greene MIss Babe Buckman is the gues of relatives in Louisville Miss Agnes Kuhn has returned homeafter a vIsitto Miss Piety Barter Miss May MayeS left Tuesday for Lexington where she will again enter school Mr and Jdrs C CMcChord ot Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday here Mrs Win Smith and sister Della spent Satu day at Loretto Mran Mrs T S Mayes lire at tending the State Fair Lorena Price has returned home after a visit to relatives In Bardstown Chas Bottoms and Fred Mayes of- Mackville have again entered school here = Mrs Geo Tucker and daughter Mabel are spending a few days l Louisville this eek wMiss Anna Blanche Weison has returned to her home in Lou sville after a threeweeks visit to relatives here Mr and Mrs W E Leach an are visiting friends m Louisville thIs week Mrs T B Blandford is in LouIs- ville in the interests of thee millinery businessI Miss Hattie Webb has returned rom Louisville where she has been for wo weeks in the wholesale millinery oases seMrsKatie C Williams is spending couple ot days m Louisville on busi usesC Miss Florence Devine of Memphis i the guest of friends hete Miss Marie Fogal of New Haven is visiting friends here MISS Ann McChord IS spending this week in Louisviller Miss Ellen Gregory is the guest of relatives in Louisville thIs week Rev W H Williams is in Louis yule this week Mrs S ECleI1ents and son Sammie are visiting Mrs George Green toin LQulsvllle Evan Hagan Fratk Wlllitt Louise Lelley and Harry Shultz attended the dance in Lebanon Tuesday night areeng friends m Miss Agnes Kuhn has returned to her home in Nashville Tenn after spending the summer here Mrs G W Colyin and children are Plaiting friends in Louisville Miss Fannie Wall is visiting relatives m Louisville Mrs A L Jink10s and daughter homgkthesuminer with Mr and Mrs G D Duncan r tWt + flti EXECUTORSI 17 tAJecutor of te will of T M Lanham I wil Ion S Saturday September 11 1910 thenpremises sell at t abouto2 84 ACRES t4 Owned bythe lato T M Lanka WestlSPnngfieldin a high state of cultivation and has on it an excellent tit farms necessaryin Washington county and contains an excellent ii orchard of apples and small fruits i I remaindernpayments to bear interest from date and payable annually and to S 4 I ianyExecutor of T M m + ttI +Miss Bessie Campbell and Alex Barber attended the dance in Lebapon Tuesday j lughtIMr in Cincinnat on buiness this week Dudley Robertson left Monday for Lexington where he will enter Transy- lvnia Uuiyersity =Miss Rodman Turman left Mon for Science Hill Academy Rev W J Hudspeth Rev Wand A Mrs Wolfe Mr and Mrs R A Noe and Miss May Curry were entEr tamed at dinner on Tuesday last by Mr bird Mrs L HBelbaum at the Springfield fIteJ a minute should be lost when tchild showssymptoms of croup Cham berlains Cough Remedy given as soon eveaftert tlieattacK Sold by all drug gistTSudden Death The uncertainty of life was atain brought home to our community in the sudden deah ot Mrs F F Gholson sister of C R McWhorter Mrs Ghol son whose home IS noar Paducah ha d come to visit her brother on Tuesday in apparently good health On Friday she was attiicked by hernia a disease with which she had been troubled be fore and on Saturday morning she She leaves s husband and eight diedI yen and other relatives aria mourn her untJmelydeath The were taken back to Paducah for interment Mrs Gholson was a devout member of the Christian church an her consecrated Christian character hadI endeared her to a host of friends now forms lifes dearest memory apd inspiration to those she leaves behind Stubborn As Mules are liver and bowels sometimes seem to balk without cause Then there S troubleLoss of AppetiteIndigestion Nervousness Despondency Headach e KinftslNew Hot Rolls Light Bread Cream Bread Rye Bread and all kinds of Fancy Cakes PLEASANT GRAVE childrenit tNoeand Mrs S C Vanarsdale Mrs Nan McCloskey of Bloomfield spent Saturday night with Mrs S p Thompson J P Thompson of Indianapolis and SiSter Miss Mabdof Springfield Vis ited friends and relative here last week Mss Margaret Graham of Louis tulle is visiting Miss Ellen Gregory hfiss Sweeney iavisiting hersistercMrs AlfWhlteman Mr and Mrs D R fates d son spent SundAy and AlondaJatJ dgeUt iInMrs J H Hopper eetertajpedt last Friday evening iii honor of llsisa- Ma Bruce Mr Kesner and Miss Burn tt Cox of Louisville have returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs J I Jlartllf Miss Eleanor Reed spent Jut strek with her sister Mrs R M Thom Mr and Mrs W R Merritt Wire ii Lebanon Sunday Miss Mary LogaR Neale set av ea sun party at the home of Mrs L Reed on Thursdav evening Will Rogers and Mw Lucy KoLe of Lebanon were at B B Leachman on Thursday last Miss Lavinia OConnor llpent Satur= gSpril LoiFauthvibe the last of the week IMlss Sue Edgerton s ntlst eek Hugh Leachraiin r Miss Della Bay Gregory has entered school at St Cathetines Litsey is In Louisville IAL Hudson spent Monday night Henry and Bruce Keene B B Leachman and sun BetIIT and Miss Mary LOgan Neale spent Wedgy nesday at the home of Lee McMackin at Chaplin The 5Dringlield fitilt SLgo IMtI YMl Fresh Every Day moanl TELEPHONES i t I And your order wilt bet promptly attended to rand delivered KATIE HERTLEIN BRO When down town try one of our GRAP JUICES i w SERIALf f t cAnHeirto mi ons BY Frederick Reddale cAuthor vi t The Other cKan- etc mustraticns by RayWal tern Copyright by J B Lippincott t SYNOPSIS isdyingall his property to the son or a sister ot whom he has heard nothing for years notknowwhichheT Land their daughter were dead The scene fShltts to New York Introducing Wlltrfd EuniceTrevecca oficeRogerHeWIJbelts ot Meleen He conceals the tact thate has discovered that Meleens daughter ts living WfittfdStennls replies to an ad rtbcment for information concerning hts dead mother Martha Meleen and Cold that he Is the heir to Andy Meleens trnl11lons He wants to marry Eunice at meetsClaraiPassavnnt otWllfrldsYacht and starts on a trIp abroad the assavants being Included In the party ger Hews having discovered that Eu Treyecca Is the daughter of Andy ace plans to use the information to own a4vantage He proposes to Eu twoyearsattemptss with her meet with no encouragement ger Hew 8 becomes Wllfrfds secretary andllfrldrejected by Eunice and reveals his true aature CHAPTER IXContlnued Youll get the proofs fast enough When Im ready to give em out What I want to know first is are y open to make a deal Explhin yourself said WilfrId with admirable selfcontrol I say yreafraud that yre not the true heir that a word from mell turn- outyo neck and crop tomorrow Now Low much is it mouth to hush the hull thing and go on as yve been doing You must be a little more explicit llr Hews said Wlfrid gently upon Whom the convIction was forcing itself that he had to deal with a maniac whom it were best to humor You cannot xpect nie to make any ar rangementa deal you call itin the dark I must first know what it is all about But the next words of Roger Hews Itllspelled this idea The situation was actually serious as was perhalls best indicated by the savagely Insolent xnanner of the man rye got evidence show legal ev idence tnind y11iat Andy Meleen deft a daughter born inlawful wed lock although he dldnt suspect It When he made his will That girls alive yet Nobody knows it now but me and Ian perdooce her any minute YOuv got sense enough to see that in any court of eqult7this knocks you out completely Andyd a known It you wouldnt a Been in it at alL These three years past moneymoneybelongIng phan daughter Go on said Wilfrid looking Hews squarely In the eye as the latter plled to note the effect of this knock dowhstatement As I Was sayln not a spul knows this but me How I know it s my business I do know it an I cn prove It The girl doesnt dream of it neith er does herper folks Now then here you stand Youre fond of soft livingI can see that youve got in- with thee smart set youre engaged to be married to one of em and youre personally liable to Andy Meleens es tate for every dollar yove spent Of is money Thats so aint it Wilfrid nodded assent merely for sake his eyes still glued fgriments of his tormentor ask you as man to man- fN1ats It worth to you to purchas 1h information Meaning what Is it worth to me to 4 uy your silence Inquired Stennis Thats what I mean exactly jaculated Hews with cool effronterY Stennis studied the mans face with t assumption of easy swagger and gleam In the eyes of deadly hatred lend malice Then he spoke In low fWd level tones Before we go any further Mr Bows let me have the satisfaction of l1Ihg YOu to your office that you are n Infernal scoundrel forte been told that before in my- uslness retof ted Hews with n cal bus laugh It dont hurt any The uestloD is Are you in on this deal iteros othersll pay for the stuff if- au wont J noAThataeed for you to know lea6tw yS no t ret er name JThats another secret laugae d Hews with a cunuin wink Well see about that commented youHiIut relative Besidesou idiot don t sett pDose I cut fine eat after what you have told me already Perhaps you can admitted Hews but youre not going to be such a ninny Your safe In possession if you do the right thing by me the th1lgs dead and buried so far as Im concerned What le your price demanded WlIfrid apparently getting down to business Roger Hews drew a long breath and moistened his lips nervously It was a crucial moment Now youre talkin he began I wont be too hard on you All the same I want a fair rakeoff Suppose we say 5OOOOOO Cash mind Youll never miss It and thatll about set me uP for life And supposing that I close wlth this very liberal otter of yours what assurance have that in the near future you win not be at my heels again with a similar demand rye always heard that the way of the transgres sor Who pays hushmoney is hard Ill put all the proofs in your hands and you can destroy em exclaimed Hews eagerly That five millions be gan to take tangible shape What is the nature of these so called proofs inquired StennIs Roger considered a moment then Mostly documentscopies of marriage and death certificates and affidavits ot various persons bearin on the ease Of course my story comes in an makes the hull thing plain but I shall be mum if you cone to terms I see said Stennis appearing to fall in with Rogers proposition Butt suppose you go a little further and outline the situation for me Mr Hews You need not mention names or dates unless you choose I may as well tell you plainly I ani not going IntQ this thing with my eyes shut I must know how the case stands Well I guess thats only flair Heres the story ina nutshell NearlY 30 years ago when yr uncle was a man of 45 ho married a girl much younger n himself By all I can make out she had pretty face an a devil of a temper When theyd been mar ried a month they quarreled he quit hero and enlisted thoughtI You Must Take Me Away to Europe hed deserted her so havln to shift for herself she left the place where she was nown went to another toWn some mlJs away dropped her married name resoomed her maiden name and passed herself off as a widder In due course a daughter was born and about the same time the news come to her that she really was a widow Andy Meleen being reported as killed In battle So bein as she supposed legally free she married again and died a year later a second Infant also a girl dyin with her Your uncle heard of this latter event and thought it was his child that died But this wasnt soThe Mel en girl thrived and grew Up under the care of her stepfather who never knew that his marriage to her mother was illegal Andy beta alive all the time During this interesting recital some things became clear to Stennis Presumably you found out all thi s When as you told me you were sent east after my uncles death Some of It not all admitte- withHews cheerful candor Why did not you acquaint the lawyers with the true state of attain Well you see replied Hews wit another knowing wink at that time only susplclomid certain things I meant to work up the case later It thoughtitJookedbe made out of It Meaning to turn it to account with me InquiredStennis Sure was the unabashed answer now that his unsuspected plot to marry Eunice had ignominiouslyy tailed Silence ensued both men being bUsy with their thoughts Hews looke d for a quick and easy capitulation At length Vilfrid spoke again l1ow much time will you allow me to consider this propos ll of yours he inquired composedly TimeThy holy much time do y want Not a day not an hour Jts take It or leave It now Qr never I rather think Ill leave It Mr Hews drawled Wilfrlla hallsmile lifting one corner of his tawny muse tache Youll never do It exclaimed the astounded and mortified Hews Wont Iqueried Stennis You have made one grand mistakes Mr Hews You took me for asblg a rogue as yourself A fool I may be but no t that Why you despicable villain d you Imagine I would conspire wit such a rat as you to defraud a woman n motherless girl and she my own flesh and brood The tempter stared at the tempted in blank dlsma That anyone with a sane head on his shoulders should reject such a plain business proposiUon pass d the moral comprehension of Rog rHewsa mat ticithouta con science Aid now rn tau boa what M 1 do said Stennis hugely enjoying the gelrfivant what yoU have just told me See here Mr Stennis began the other cringing anxiously Not another word on that subject Mr Hews insisted Wilfrid decidedly But first t 1 ill trouble you to write youngladyIll be damned If I do ratorted Hews passionately youdontclutching his ridtngwhip firmly and advancing towards the now trembling conspirator The name you scoundrel before I shake It out of you Oh you know her well enough curse you he blurtod out Its Eu nice Trevecca Stennis fell back a pace his face the picture of blank wonder arid as tonishment Eunice Trevecca he gasped She my cousin and the daughter of An drew Meleen Thats what I said Hews answered sullenly And then with ye- hement spite he added A sweet mess youve made of it in that quar ter havent you If youd only played your cards right youd have been her husband by this time and fingered the money anyhow But Stennis it he heard them paid no attention to the words his brain was busy taking in the full slgnlf- icanceof this amazing cllmti to the strange disclosures of the day the truth of which he could no longer doubt However this was no time for connected thinking the main thing was to let the truth be known at once He went to the door and unlocked It then turned to the crestfallen Hews with these words Oblige me by immediately taking your story and your proofs to Mr Pas savant He will not value your information quite as extravagantly as you do but he will you something for your troubletM for Miss TreveccaI shall have e pas- ure of breaking the new td her myself CHAPTER X I was neve so sorely disappointed in any one said Hor4Uo Pas savant pathetically to Clara after recounting to her ihe complete collapse of fortune that had come to WiltrJd Stennis win he have nothing at all in qutred Miss Passavant tho money as usual uppermost in her mind Under the will he could legally hold on to all but if Miss Trevecca chose to contest she could probably break It seeing that the Instrument was executed under a total misappre henSion on the part ot the testator But Stennis insists upon relinquishing everythingquite quixotically ns I told hlmt but he is obdurate Ho says it is what Andrew Meleen would have wished and declares he fs going to earn his own living oncp more I admire him for that said Clara with a halfsigh What shall yoU do my dear inquired the lawyer anxiously You must take me away to Europe at once papa It will bo all over town In 24 hours and I will not permit my self to be commiserated or made the recipient of pOlite condolences Perhaps that would be the best thing assented the old worldling Carboy Is coming on and I can get him to take charge of the office for awhile Clara had her way as usual ant thus escaped much of the gossip anent the breaking off ot the mar riage A year later she married Russian count twce her age and New York society knew her no more It Was even as lawyer Passavant had said Wilfrfd chivalrously refused to touch another dollar of Andre p Meleens money The interview between him Del Eunice Trevecca though verY Orlef was a touching and a trying Dno on one of those boyish fm himdand actuated by an exalted Idea o making reftltuUon and doing penance he rode arid walked straight to MDo orITO DE CONTINUED ti Have You This Habit One funny thing I baye learned about human nature QUid the drugstore cashier Is the habit many pee pIe havd ot marking their own name lathe city directory They do that because the directory is the only place where their name over gets Into print and It has such a fascination for thew that they cut resist calling attenttOlJ to It A funny old man Who likes t4 talk tells me that he has made 80- clal trips to different parts of the city just to mark his name in the dlteo tories of the neighborhood lie putt a little cross in red Ink before tt J asked him what good It did Ho said none possibly although he Is a teach er of languages and may get a few calls on account or that queer ndyel- Usement But his is an exceptional case Not many persons spend time and money in hunting city directories but even time they happen to see a new one they cant help looking up their name and putting some kind of a marls around It Worlds Largest University The University of Calcutta is sail to be the largest educational corporation In the world Itexamines more than O000students annually Shortsighted Mankind Nature holds ant her hands brim wing with guts and w buzz sheaf la the shadow of them wondcrln why It is so dashC We ikinaec- SUGCESSIN DEVELOPING PROFITABLE SHEEP FLOCKS Farmers Must First Get Away From Belief That Animals May Be Kept as Scavenger tart With WellBred Ewes It we make a success of keeping a flock of sheep on our farms we must get away from the common belief that vengersWhileclean up weeds and briars and mann age to exist on poor pasture yet this is only incIdental If we keep a fiockotshepp as scavengers they soon assume the appear anet that their purppAp would signify Their fleeces appear seedy and full Qf burrs and briars and they show the A Pen of effects of mismanagement and neg lect It Is best to start with a few well bredCwes and the best ram that can be found at a reasonable price and gradually build up a herd of fine ewes In this way the new breeder can make a closer study of the Indlvidu nifty of his sheep than he could If he was working with a larger number A more Intelligent selection could be broughttobe all of the time Increasing his knowledge of the business as the size of the flock increased until he would be capablo of wrestling with many of themore intricate problems that would come when the flock was near lag perfection A great many fail with sheep because they undertake to work with too large number Every sheep looks alike and they cannot make an intelligent study af n nnnnT IMPROVING THE POULTRY FLOCKS 4Better Results Cou1d Bo Had if Farmers in Given Locality Would AU Keep One Breed ofChickens The community idea might be worked a great deal more than it is In the purebred poultry business Better results could be had if the farmers in a given locality would all keep one breed of poultry If they would unite on some good popular easy selling breed they would find buyers much more easily than where each man keeps a different kind of stock says the American Cultivator With dairy cattle this plan has worked Wonderfully well for certain groups of farmers in various parts of the country In Wisconsin there is a dairy center where almost everybody keeps Guernseys In New York state there is a region where dozens of farmers keep Holsteins In nOrthern New Jersey there Is another Guernsey center and In various parts of the counts ythero are Jersey and Ayrshire dairy centers In all these localities there are hundreds ot purebred animals which can be seen In a few hours Such a condition becomes known all oVer the country and buy mulesknowingfwant at the first farm they visit they are likely to find It further on In the same neighborhood In southern Rhode Island breeders to an accidental way kept a native Only on a few farms are breeding crates found Where boars of different ages and sizes are used to mate with sows of different ages and sizes a br ioding crate becomes necessary In tawny cases farmers ell boars that havbb given excellent service and tho best of pigs slmply because they were too large This Is a great mistake and should be overcome by making braeding crates Nearly anyone can make a that Is saUs rJ the individuals that they are selecting and mating It takes considerable time for a man to train his eye and touch so that he can make intelllgent selections even froth his own flock When we observe the quality and study the conditions which surround the average farm flock we do not won der that the majority of farmers make a failure of the sheep business It Is really astonishing to note the waste 9f opportunities in the sheep Southdowns business Any intelligent farme who- is a student of the present ecottlJmla conditions cannot failto see that the future of the mutton growing arid fattening business affords art attraetiv outlook for the farmer who Is In a position to handle a farm flock of from one to two hundred weUbred ewes Relic of BarbarismT A exas paper views It this way Mud roads are a relic of barbarism and always indicate a people of slo and unprogressive habits If a stranger should ride over all the roads of any county and find them all mac adamized ho would be ready to be on the superior intelligence and en lIghtenment of the people whethe- he met a single one or not The road- of this county can be greatly improve- by the road drag and now Is the tim to do it class or fowls which later were known as RhOde Island Reds When this breed began to attract notice the re gion was visited by scores of buyers who picked up every decent colored bird at fancy prices putting thousands of dollars into the hands of the farm ers that they could never have had expected for the demand at more than marKet prices If fifty farmers in a neighborhood would unite on almost any poultry breed there would be no difficulty i manybreedersof regular customers would be glad to know of a locality where they could buy what extra stock they need to flu their orders The farmers could eas Ily sell the stock themselves through ono of their number Or through one ot the New York or Boston concern which make a specialty of pure bre stock quantities tiB not very difficult matter for the farmer to learn to sell his stock on his own account Fancy birds will almost sell themselves Progress and Improvement It is a wellknown fact that in all dairy regions where dairying has been carried on for a number of years the farms are all In a high state of fer tillty and the farmers prosperous With means for progress and improvements Best Ensilage Various kinds of roughage such as clover green oats peas etc have been used for ensilage but corn fed der makes he best That Js the nil most universal verdict PLAN OF BREEDING CRATE breedingcrate factory it he sets out to doso A plan is hero given which may be adopted or used as a guide to model after in maldng a crate o1 ones own design Money In SOWs Fifty dollars invested in tWo good tows will earn five times as much as the mQnerVoiild In interest pnamortgage r t A STITCH JIN TIM r Every form ol cutk eous disease could be cUred in its incipiency it a jar of Resinol Ointment were kept at hand A little of this excellent Oink went applied fn time Will effectually ward off and cure a starting trouble which if neglected may prdve a trou blesome and often obstinate case of Eczema or other disfiguring skin dla ease For burns scalds slight wounds sores erupting ot poison ivy sunburn it is a quick and sure remedy usually curing these trouble over nIght To the unfortunate sufferer with Hemorrhoids Itching or Inflamed Plies resinol ointment Is deed a godsend The intense pain and intolerable itching of this tron ble is instantaneously relieved and a cure effected in a very short time The bath room or family medicineS case Is incomplete if not equipped with Resinol Soap and Ointment They are most valuable accessorios 1 every well regulated household ant can be obtained at any drug store Resinol Medicated Shaving Stick 1s also highly apprecIated by men who regard a good complexion and a face tree from Dimples and blotches Booklet On Care of the Skin and Complexion sent tree on applicatfOBJ- Raainal Chemical Co Baltimore Md t Globular Lightning Yesterday the inhabitants of Lewis ham were provided wIth a specimens of that curious phepomenon known ria globular lightning It is what lcommonly eslled the fire ball and as it persIsts for several secondsa it Is obviously of a totally different char actor from any other form of lights nlpg Itls much less brilliant Ilan ordinary lightning and Its brfghtueas i appears tQbe thatot iron at the red hol stage Itis not as some accounts might read one to infer a solid missile but It is always spherical and appears to fall from a thunder cloud by Its owe gravity sometimes rebounding aft GlobewIYIlphtly Confused Alt of us become confused and allot mix our language sometimes but tthe preparation of an old negr preachers sermon was the greatesik heardssays traveler When d heelastly brethren he woUnd upby tha fOll w1ng elaborate figure Everywha bredren we see de a A4fml- ghty alldown de untrodden paths of time we see de lootprfrits ot dej ghty handHmnan Life A Liking for Hamiet D YOU like Hamlet 7 asked the hostess of her unlettered it g shingI- taiest Indeed I do was the reply 1 amp excessive llfpnd of It but r alwayq Prefer a savory to a sweet one There was a momentarY confusion theyInary not literarycharacter rot I gave her ham with an omelette fast next morning said thsst 1hostess When telling the story Scraps i Active PossessionS goingoulida she was very fond As they opens the street door they were met baswirling cloud of dust blown up from the thoroughfare Keep your lips tightly closed Gwei- or youU get your lungs full of microbes warned the young lady Guinevere pondered a moment ant then looking up demander What are your crobes =NatioiialfMonthly 1 NO FRILLS Just Sensible Food Cured tUrn Sometimes a good healthy com jtrial traveled suffe a from poorly ae lected food and is lucky it he learnii that Grape luta food wlll put liliB right A Cinchnatt traveler says About a year ago my storpach got in a bad way I had a headache most of the time and suffered misery For reveal months I ran down until I lost about o pounds in weight and finally had to give up a good position and go home Any food that I might use seemed to nauseate me 4My wife hardly knowIng what to do one day bruught home a paCkage of GrapeNuts food and coaxed me to try It I told her It Was no usp but finally to humor her I tried a lIttle and they just struck my taste It was the first food I had eaten in near ly la year that did not cause any suffer lug make a longstory hortIbegan to 1m1rove and stuck to Grape Nuts I went up from 135 pounds in December to94 pounds the following October My brain is clear right and appetite too much foreany mans pocketbook In fact I am thoroughly made over and owe it GrapeNuts I talk so much aQopJiat GrapeNuts Will do that some men on the road have nicknamed me GrapeNuts but I stand today a healthy ros cheeked mana pretty good example of what the right kiac of food willdoGYou can publish this i3 you want to Its a true statement without axy fri ls pEad the little book Tits Road t8IWbllvilieinpkgsPhereaaResso letterTtAewIer J I 3 rr ti INDEPENDENCE ON THE FARM SpLENDID RESULTS FOLLOW FARMING iN THE CANADIAN WEST Amerjcans In Canada Not Asked to Forget That They Were Born Americans rm produce today Is remunera dve and this helps to make farm life agreeable Those who are studying the economics of the day tell us that the strength of the nation lies is the cultivation of the soiL Farming is no longer ahandtomouth exlstencp It means Independence often affluence but certainly Independence Calling at a farmhouse near one of the numerous thriving towns of Alberta In Western Canada the writer Was given a definition of Indepen dence that was accepted as quite original The broad acres of the farm ers land had a cropand a splendid one too QY the wayripening for the reapers work The evenness of the crop covering field after field attract neatness71Jtantial storyandahalf log house and the wellrounded sides of the cattle His broken Englishho was a French Canadianwas easily understandable and pleasant to listen to lIe had come there from Montreal a year ago had paid 20 an acre for the 320acre farm with the little improvement it had He had never farmed before ye his crop was excellent giving evi anfid d f AskedMhow he liked it there he straightened his broad shoulders and with hand outstretched towards the waving fields of grain this young French Canadian repliedBefarmin well dont we Jeannette as he sIn1llngy turned to the youn wife standing near She had accom panted him from Montreal to his tar wifelyhelpnew home in this new land Yes we come here wan year andwe never farm before Near Montreal me father he kep de grls mill an do cardin mill an be gosht he run de cheese factor too He work an me work an us work tarn har be gosh Us work for de farmer well den sometln go not always wat you call RANG THE BELL fttimetes of Yield of Wheat in Western Canada for Ia 1910 More Than One Hundred Million Bushels ne right an de farmer he say de mean ting lln gosh and tell us go tQ well anyway he tarn mad Now and then he waved his hand again towards the fields I ave no bodde- no r cardin mill no grls mill nocheeso anCwhen me want to me can say to de oder fellow you goI Well wo like himthe farmln And that was J a good definition of independence Throughout a trip ot several hun dreg aifiles In the agricultural district ot Western Canada the writer found the farmers Ip excellent spirits nn optimistic feeling being prevalent everywhere It will be interesting to the thousands on the American side ot the line to know that their relatives and friends are doing well there that they have made their borne in a country that stands up so splendidly under what has been trying conditions In most of the northwestern part of the farming districts of the continent With the of some portions of Southern Alberta and also a P- Ctlon r of Manitoba and Southern Sas katchewan the grain crops could be 4 described as fair good and excellent The same drought that affected Nor and South Dakota Montana Min n e ot Wisconsin and other ot the northern central states extended over into a portion of Canada just mentioned But In these portions the crops for the past fouror five years were splendid and the yields good Spskatchewanhas portion to her area under cultivation than either of the other provinces On the other hand Instead of the drou beIngconfined very largely to t south of the main line of the C P R it lh tp be found In patches right thrdugh the center of northern katchewan s also In spite of this lie w ore Saskatchewan has n splendid crop A careful checking 0C the aver ages of with the acreaC different the districts gives anazeraSeyield of 154 bushels to the acre In Southern Alberta onefifth of the yrlnte wheat wIll not be cutor Las been resown to feedThere are is highasacres ut there are others which will drop as low as 16 A safe average for winter wheat wilt be 19 bushels The exceptlnginkled by extreme heat THe northern section ot Alberta has been naturally anxious to impress the world with the fact that It has not quitetruebushels to an acre but In a report possibleto Verylowto the provInce throughout When the very light rainfall and other eccentricities ot the past season are taken Into account It seems nothing short of a miracle that the Cana dlanVest should have produced 103 million bushels of wheat which Is less than 18 million bushels short of the crop of 1909 It Is for the West perhapsthehas ever had asIt shows that no mat thoroughtillageot conserving the moisture a crop can always be produced As some evidence of the feeling of the farmers are submitted letters written by farmers but a few days ago and they offer the best proof that can be given Maidstone Sask Aug 4 10 I came to Maidstone from Menoml myeparents and two brothers We nIl Jo sated homesteads at that time and now JIave our patents The soil Is a rich black loam as good as I have ever eachtexceedinglybushels per acre and oats from 40 to 80 We are well pleased with the country and do not care to return tu our native state I certainly believe placeforhimself a home Wages here for farm labor tango rom35 to 145 per month Lee Dow Tofield Alberta July 10 1910 largestgUnion I have been here three years and have not one desire to return to the States to lire There Is no place splendidInducements brawn I would like to say to aU who are not satisfied where you are make a trip to Western Canada iC you do repaidforwho ls on the ground We enjoy splen schoolrailwayfaeHities fromTJames Normur ot Porter Wisconsin after visiting Dauphin Manitoba says I hoe been in Wisconsin 25 years coming out from Norway Never have I seen better land and the crops in East Dauphin are better than I have ever seen especially the oats There is more straw ana It has heave Jer1heads than ours in Wisconsin This Is just the kind of land we are looking for We are aU used to mixed farming and the land We have seen is finely adapted to that sort of work Cattle hogs horses and grain will be sly products and for the livestock prospects could not be better I have never seen such cattle as are raised here ort the wild prairie grasses and the vetch that stands three or four feet high In the ifoves and on the open prairie Sir Wilfred Laurier Talks to Amer scans Sir Wilfred LaurJe Premier ot Canada Is now making a tour of Western Canada and In the course ot therdistricts In which Americans have settled He expresses himself as highly pleased with them At Craig Sas katchewan the American settlers joined with the others in nn address of welcome In replying Sir Wilfred said In part I understand that many ot yo u have cOme from the great to the south of usa land which i akin to us QY blood and tradition J hope that In coming from a free coup try you realize that you come also to another free country and that al though you came from a republic yo have come tQ what is a crowned democracy The King our sovereign has perhaps not so many powers as the President of the United States but whether we are on the ono side of the line or the other we are nl brothers by blood by kinship by tie of relationship In comiI1g hero n you have come and becoming natural ized citizens of this coilntry no one do sres1 you to forget rife land of you ancestors It would be a poor rna thwho would not always hero In his heart a fond affection for the land which he came from The two greatert countries today are certainly the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the Republic of the United states Let them be united t o gather and the of the world will be forever assuredd I hope that In corning hero as you have you have found l ty and equality of right rnthis sou nothhtber you are all Canadians here And I may express a wish It Is that yo would become as good Canadians a you bare been good Americans an that you may yet remain good Amer scans We do not want you to gorge ymrtopast Let me bleforetvt part tende you the stncer oJprClilslon of m warmest gratltucie for yoc reception I RIDING AT 1ENrIg Tc rrlh hon db WERE to arrIve la the morning at Piraeus the ancient Wi harbor ot Athens and was on deck early Soon after the familiar outlines of the Parthenon appeared In the distance a white structuresharply delineated against the dark background of the PenteUcon Peculiar as Is the harm of the Greek landscape It dwi n dIes into insignificance as against the deep Interest awakened by the old myths and historIcal reminiscence s connected with this sacred cradle European civilization Approaching our harbor we left several Islands behind among the Aegina where seven centuries B n great step in civilization the coinage of the first silver currency was accomplished Close to the harbor lie s Salamis What memories the view of the narrow stretch of water between this Island and the coast recalls Mere was fought ono of the decisive naval battles of the world and hereIrony of the tlmesa few weeks ago took place an Insignificant little r volt of part of the lIttte fleets or mo ern secsTrouble at Landing lIy contemplations were dlsturo d by the rattle of anchor chains and a noisy crowd of hotel runners guides and boatmen cumblng at the same time over her sides Being closely harassed I made an end to the keen competition for possession of my bag gage by turning It over to the agent of a hotel who had recognized me a3 a former guest I got ashore in a largo rowboat The custom house formalities were soon finished and I engaged a tiilapldated looking vehicle the tocforsmy handbags Although a short railroad connects Piraeus with Athens It is by far preferable to use a carriage especially In the winter season when the roaduIs so are ed with 3 to 4 drachmas about halt what theyoriginally ask and one is well repaid for the longer time occupied by having In view along the whole road alternately the hill of the Acropolis interssst enar more because it Is almost identical with t ancient walled road which the Mb Chrtnst the sea Or those two walls however nof a vests 1 o remains today BehInd Slow Horses From my present experience I would recommend though a careful examination nr the horseS ot your eonr nnce fse It may happen that the entry Into Athtns be accomplished un der such as I suffered 1Ve had hardly eft Piraeus when I no betweenn an saCme In niof yeunarrow a sm 0 Keplitssuwhdcrosses Thetro r jepcrA YI poked the drIver In the ribs i 0t yerfil ion J ohisfasterwe reached at last the small tavern halfwaytouisiteGreece d ostensibly to water the horses but in payt1emthhorsesn e ugly wound In the knee There befn no other comeyance for me I urge the driver after treatil him to a ge n stores drink to wash and tie up the sore and after a rest of fifteen to twenty minutes we proceeded on our way The leisurely trot however in which we started soon changed agJ1n to a slow walk until the lame horse fell and the carrIage suddenly halted The driver began to ply his whip e ofergetically until I stopped him an alighted to help the nag out of harness The second horse was too de cityCwhen a mule cart passed and my slrlver began negotiations for the loan ot the beast An understanding w reached and the mule harnessed asa lour vehicle Upon trying to proceed now it became evident though that the mule was not accustomed to pull In double harness and It stubbornly refused to move The energetic lashes asdwould have started to walk the rest of the way had the rOad not been ex tremely muddy In Athens at Last SItUBjtlons ingle horse overtook us After s pro longed parley this steed was trans ferred to my carriage The two ani congratulatingreaching Athens when the new equine acquisition developed a ten dency of throwing us into J the ditch pullingbeteam In the middle ot the road the Pelopidas the jehu had to dismount and lead the animals by the bridle In this way I rode Into the City of Pericles but on reaching the first houses of Hermes street I too dls mounted and walked to my hotel reaching it some time before the carp riage arrived SIGMUND1 KRAUSZ He Wood Be Dood Little Johnny wanted to so to church his mother was afraid to take noiseebetter than to make n noise Iii church doesnt he Yes papa mo will ho dood So they sock him with them and ho liopt very still till the last prayer by which time he had grown so tIred that ho got up on the cushion of the seat and stood with his back theesent behind him bower let head for cryVelady In a tone which war meant for n whisper but which Whr only too adyVbat Color Photography SurgerJ applledtoIs taken of the diseased condition be studentreste n better means of identifying n dig wbitrth A Shipping Error the young Duchess ot Westminster twff Jof the richest peer in England irecenUy gave birth to her third child a daughter Thus there Is no heir to the immense Orosvenor fortune Earl- Grosvenor the duchess second child having diedat the age of four Apropos of aU this a rather cruel story Is beIng told In Newport about Lady Ursula Grosvenor the eight yearold daughter of the young duchess A friend the story goes called at Eaton Hall and as she sat In the drawingroom little Lady Ursula entered Oh good afternoon she said gravely Mamma cant see anyone today Shes upstairs with the new baby They sent her you know a girl when shed ordered a boy nd shes so upset that shes quite Ill How It Was Named Nottingham lace waS so called because It originally was made by the semisavage people who lived in the caves in the district now known as keepinthemouth of the cave the women could work the pattern easily Nottingham or any other lace even the finest and filmiest can be washed safely and quickly with Easy Task soap whIch Is a natural scientific cleanser and leaves the lace in the best condition Easy Task costs but five cents a cake at your grocers Even the Children ExGovernor Yennypacker condemn- Ing in his witty way the American divorce evil told at a Philadelphia lnncheon an appropriate story Even our chIldren he said ire becoming Infected A Kensington school teacher examining a little girl In grammar saidJWhat is the future of I love A dIvorce the child answered promptly countrythantaw years Will suP1 to be Incurable For a ltrta tmany ream doctan ft a local disease rescrlbed Julocal and by cooataaUy laatn taro with local treatment pronounced It Incurable 6clence has proven catarrh to be a constitutional dl5- ease and therefore reqUlzul consUtuUonal CheneyIthe market It taken doses from to a tea It acts dlmU7 on the bland 0dfoaoeaau or system They hundred dollArs tor say lea It fans to curs seal tor etnvlan and testimonIAls Address 1r 7 CIIENEY cI CO Toledo Ohio Sold by Druzlsta Tko Hails Samay Pills for eonstlDatlo- a8ouroe of Revelation TWentyseven new crisP 1 bills says Harpers Weekly weigh as much as 020 gold pl ece Wouldnt hav thought it and have no meaotroving tho assertion but ii s it i thdf weights and measures MothersExame of- CASTOR1A a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children and see that it Bears the dSignature Of Yearsd Bought And the only way to Impress some people into suppress them ribs eFfnaIova Soothing Syrup redaeeslnaaarmauonslLr7s The man whose blUff is not sometimes called never existed THBY8ILql TBft Cedarlfaiisrowslourountry the to OoenrdAloaeforme Iha porfecaysatisfied WANTS sit RATE 1119 STOCK Jalr Slit raalepringjnback there nowsoonta etWemand an tokscarfsback agsla we to Canada I at otu office forour cen1llcato- st Yotustaily IL ilk WILL U II01 IN CANADA tat11IOoIhubeencountry eoho wants to as IU andbT rJmnnm Y titMSoap is more sootllmg tltaa Cold jCream more healing than any lotios liniment or siIlvei more beauhtY1nr y CurlS dssdraf ldMs h k Ireta- IlNiAtHL x ii WL DOUCLASHAN- DSEWEDPROCESS HOE SMEWS 200260 300 4360 6400 NiI- WOilElfd52 ti053496044 ZOTI THE 20O250 4300t FOR HO YEARS They are absolutely the- aioatpepnlarandbestshoes the in Tbeyaretheleaders every holdtheirilok betterand Igor than ether makes They are certainly the WDouglas ea gnaraateedfastCoIerBrerstyTAKE raaaot ftaPfd you writs for Mal Order KL DOUCLASBrocktaa e- ePILEShaVe suffered with piles for thirty six years One year ago Jut April I b IJtthebegan to disapPear and at the ead aa11jCascaretsam cured rind lea like a nu rGeofge Kryder NspoleoE Pleasant Palatable Petettt TrWe Goed Gripsaloeerrs or your mossy back FarmWantedSplcill I have been manufacturing v ry tabla standard used extensively tnhaesee railroadsnyears still increasing Netted toeet last year Failing health cotsek ill lead a rural life Will exchange for oe- or two good farms or half interest to DescriWfuUyyourS M Booth 230 W Huren St 5th FI CltkaM GEMCO Cellarstnot For sate sby your local dealer If you pn4tomention your dealers name GRANI8IS1ACI co- Makers for trade HARNESSThe Ctcdusll ltls PATENT brtnawealth IIWWESTERN CANADAS- L J 19n 10 CROP a YI WiltGVsdStatesNew dlstricte being opened up for ett1e enL Many farmers will set this year tOto mfrom their wheat crop All gdvaatages of settled conasrleasnthere t4differentLetters alml1ar to the toUowtnl are recelved every day testifying so s1L aso- nditionsc other dlatrlcta are as favorably spoken ot f y0R BON c sent e rrLER9 yon tt1erA1borta got o yet analamgoing and when return win call A mo come soon pot l asd wear lon Cat W M flI at get 9 goods Is e good TIe the wero the old HIS UTMandtrul7leIIeBr7 1lbIsML- TAEES HIS JUIoO1IDIINLA W8 WORD FOR tkliaaaohotcrKOOdland my brotherdn lawAxe1Nordeu omia Osm rl1JbQmMtca4 Inlawordrata d Peter NiWANTS ronftUB TO OANAD Veeta MInn July ath19l upgaarteryetstill1swknnoowCleo Pasicewf ts Vesta send for literature and ask the local Canadian Gorerament Agents for Ifxcursiosi beet district to which to locate and when to go Gu i NTEEDinHAR ESGEMCO UARNESS rho kind thats guaranteed are made so much better that they st yodealerourselves guaranteeing the material and workmanship to be without defect Why trust chance wnen you can be sure of the best danythingOver a quarter ola mlWon sets ofourNoIVfls G in use and every set giving satlsfactservice It Is made of loather tanned from Pack theGEMCO e Gr on eumstancc BR3DLE N In box cheeks cotta O r VsshapSADDLEdoubled and stitched LINES 7x14 inch 8IrlB ends BREECHING 1li In hIp straps Trlaaming nickel brass or ltunltatlofl rubber PRICE ONLY 1545 If you wish a SAddle different from the one abowrJ- write for our booklet No 910 and mealton yest dealers name A postAl will do u iGRAFMORSBACHc Harness Makers for the Trail CINCINNATJ OHIOy 4 r 4t I I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER i4 cgro J x Pb11c Sale-O 1aluable Live Stockt Qn the farm or I H Thurman in the edge of Springfield Ky we will sell to the highest bidder the following LiveStock on OCTOBER 1st i9iO REGISTERED CATTLE Eleven head of Registered Angus Cattle including three bullst r JERSEYSI X30 head highgrade Jersey Heifers all bred to very fine Registered bull REGSTERED SADDLE STOCK Several Registered Saddle Mares and the best bred Register red Stud Colt RedBird ever sired MULE MARES 4best mule mares jn the county two of them 1hr Y ear olds by Count Y Member t JACKS AND MULES Two very fine yearling Jacks and some yearling mules t HOGS About Forty pure bred Duroe Jersey Gilts Lunch served at II a m and sale begins promptly at 1I30 a m fTERMS20 and under Cash Over 20 six months time interest from dateiwith good personal security payable in either bankfr this will bean absolute sale of everything put up without anY sort of bbidding i THURMAN PETERS J M LBERSHILL- XO Mr J D Keeling and wife spent Monday and Tuesday with their son Elisha feeling and family of this place Mr Tom Coulter wife and two children spent sunday with Mr Richard Hardin Scruggsville Mr Albert Masters WIfe and little cbild spent Sun da Y with Enoch term and family I MasI Mr Will Keeling wife and Hughee visited Mr Keelipgs sister Mrs George Keeling Sunday Mr Mit Keeling spent Sunday with Iiis sister Mrs Florence Setttes Mr Clifton Crume and wife of Bat land spent from Saturday until Monday l with Mr Bnhe Cheatham near Willis burg Miss Fannie Hughes has returned from Louisville where she has been visiting her uncle Mr Erastus Bwwn Pars Ed Perkins and chIldren spEnt 1 the the 4 mare Two 3 year old horse mules Five mare mules Five mare mules 3 year horse vOne 2 yearold horse Three mares and colts one year old brood martS Two cows shorthorn One shorth rn heifer three grade cow Two year old steer Two steers Brood Poland China Boar 100 tb pounds One Case wiid- stacker and Case 15 Tuesday afternoon pith Elisha Reeling and wite at this place MISS Ethel Brown of IS visiting Misses Fannie and Cora Hughes There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all diseases put together and until the last few incurableInounced it incurable Science haS pro- ven catarrh to he a constituitionalbyF J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is only cure on the market It IS taken internally in doses 10 drops to a Itacts directly an the and mucous surfaces of system They offer hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testmo nials Address F J CO Toledo Ohio Sold Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for pation I PUBLIC SALEof u Live Stock and Farming Implements Haven decided to quit farming I will premises 3 mile I East of Springfield Ky on THURSDAY OCT 6 19101- At 10 oclock a m offer for sale to bidder the following personal property Three yearold mules 2 yearold yearling One old brood 3 registered Shorthorn One registered l3ull registered tows jersey yearling Four grade calves HeifersSPour Sows 42Feeding Hogs 200 new Separator 2xGO feeder- New Engine horse power Louisville other constitutional dis manufactured the constitutional teaspoonful blood the one ChENEY by Consti on highest Hay Baler 17x22 Two Deering Binders Two mowers Two Push Rakes One self dump rake Four two horse wagons One one horse wagon Wheat Drill with fertilizer and seed attachment Corn Drill with fertilizer attachment 1 new wheat and orchard grass fan Two corn shelters One new Cider Mill Four Hay Frames 1 Disc Harrow 1seeding harrow 1 roller 2 Cuttmg Boxes 1 corn cutter Two pair wire stretchers 2 Scrapers lDipping Tank 1 Buggy 1 Runabout Plows Tools etc i50 Tons of Hay 2000 bushels of Corn to be delivered a the scales on the fam Terms of SaleAll sums under 11 Cash Over that amount on a credit of SIX months with duandDINNER ON THE GROUND AuctioneerL ABURNST D ENGLISH + ar APIG WITD- t A HISTORY A Mercer County Pig Which Was a Mascot During the War of 1812 Few people know that a Mercercoun- ty pig is the subject of an odd inci dent connected with the invasion f Canada by the Kentucky troops during the war of 1812 A conpany of volunteers assembled atlHarrodsburg prior to th march to Ohio and on through the north into Canada According to the story the company saw two pigs fighting in the edge Harrodsburg and stopped to watch th combat When they proceededon their way the victorious pig followed the sot diets throughh f4cAfee and pn reaching Salvisa the speed of the animal was re duced toixty miles an hour At nigh- when they went into camp the pig lai down near them The men fed the new recruit which followed them daily When they reached the river an crossed on the ferryboat at Cincinnati the pig paused for a while uncertain what to do but finally plunged into th e thse was res took its place the moving column The pig now became a great pet and was as sure of its rations as the men themselves and destitute or food as the men sometimeswere no one everthinte at puttini the knife to the throat of their faithful follower At Lake Erie the pig went on board the boat with the soldiers but after reaching Bass ISland it declined to g ashore and remained behind in the car oI of a mrnwho volunteered tc look aft r its warts When the troops re urned to the American side to the surp ise an the pig was soon discovered on ofI right Q1the line ready for the return march to HarrodsburgHerald Can be depended upon is n ex pression we all lke to hear andwhen it is used in connection with Ch tuber lains Colic Cholera and DIu rhoea Remedy It means that it never ails c cure diarrhoea dysentery or bOW corn equalfyby all druggists Springfield stoss IfE dBETTER THAN MUSIC FOA PICNICS AND FAIRS eASpecialty Satisfaction and promPt Service Guarantee Bandf tItf+ it- i The Hardin County Breeders yWillHave a i JerseyCallleSale i iAtElizabethtown Ky i i Friday Sept 23 iSale Commences at II a m Rain or Shine The offering consists ofabout 75 i+ head of Choice Jersey Cows and + Heifers and a few fancy bred Reg + istered bulls 1Nee are selling the kind that make good iForfurtberinf address iCOLMORE JENKINS Sec r u L Igleheart Auct ELiZABETUTOWN KY fit TTTiTS SRTTLTiiiiTiTTiT T STTiTTF R Z TSRr4 T WILLISBURJ John Devine left yesterday for St Lour Mo Elias Perkins has got his new dwelling house almost completed Mrs Margaret Thompson IS very ill at thIs writing Misses Cordia and Valeria Coulter Clara Brown and Stella Hohn Messrs Omar Shields and L E Shewmatfer were guests of Miss Verna and EVerett Hale Sunday Elias Perkins and family visited John Young Sunday who is very ill Wm Coulter and family were guests of Mr Thomas Sunday visitedWilliamafternoonMiss f1e Thompson was the guest of MIss Jiva Shewmaker Sunday Miss Nannie Keeling and Miss Ella Jenkins are visiting relatives in Her rick Ill- Rev Olus Hamilton tilled his regular appointment at the Willisburg Baptist church Sunday morning and evening Mrs Lillis McMillan and two children are visiting her father at Salvita this week Miss Fannie HUJqes has returned hQme a two weeks yi it to her aunt in Louisvllle Miss Edith Brown of Louisville Is- vistini relatives at this placei Roscoe Gibson and family from Illinois are visiting relatives hereIBorn to the wife of Dee Shewmaker- a six pound gi- rlDandruff and rItching Sc lp Yield to This Treatment Why experiment trying to drive the dandruff germ from underneath the skin with greasy otlons or fancy hair DrugeSOAP to entirely rid the scalp of the germ life that causes the trouble ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be oh Americaeare as economical treatment for all affections of the skin or scalp whether on infant or grown person One shampoo with ZEMO SOAP and application of ZEMO scalpdW3 invite you to try ZEMO and ZE satisfieddwe money HAPPY HOLLOW 1ncutting and housing their tobacco in this vicin its J5Jhn Crow and family Hpent Saturday night with Mrs Nancy Scott near here Erastus Perkins and family spent Sat urdaY night with her father bit John Armstrong and family Perry Ruby and family ornearChnp lin spent Saturday and Sunday with her father J M Shields and family of this place Hanby and Miss Myrtle Arm IValtar tellded meeting at Willisburg Sunday B H Bishop and family spent last JoshIEd Hanby and wife Erastus Perkins and family and Walter Hanby dined at the home of John Armstrong SUldayI Tom oulter and famiiysp nt Sunday with Mrs Nancy Scott near here Frank Yancev and two children of vicinityMessrs J P Brewer Tom Coulter spent Sunday aftetn on with John Arm strone John MattinJtly and family spent Sat urdav and Sunday with her brother Ed Hanby C U Foster andfamdyspent last Sunday night M Shields plastel8berlains Liniment for twen tyfive cents Apiece of flannel dampened with this is superior to any plaster for lame back pains in the side and chest and much cheaper Sold by aU druggists DEEP REEK Mr aha Mrs Martin Coyle were made to rejoice over the arrival of a fine Jtir1 baby September 4th 1910Matti e Catherine Coyle W H Carpenter has bought a far near Lebanon paying t3020 Posses- Sion given some time in January Mrs J S Coyle is not much better at this writing W Elliott Co have moved their engine back to the sawmill on Charl- iMiltonsfarm near Mackville where they will finish sawing lumber for an other tobacco barn Mr and Mrs Martin Mathlry enter tained his brother Coleman Mattilev and wife at Pleasant Run last Sunday Berbin Elliott and wife ot Simms YoungIMrs Flora Key entertained Misses- Ora and Georgie Cocanougher one day lat week Mrs Elizabeth Drury is spending several weeks with her daughter Mrs Nora Best Mr andMrs Adam Elliott of Boyle county spent several days with his brother last week Mr and Mrs Martin Mathley guests of Mr and Mrs George Elliot- last Sunday James Best of Long Run is very at this writing G W Key sold to Anderson Holder man a cowl for 42 Mr and Mrs Oda Coyle spent last Friday with Mr and Mrs Bin Coyle W B Elliott has almost completed his new dwelling house and will nov e into itiin the ner future- SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Mrs Sam Tucker rt 1 has for sale Rhode Island Red cockerels and puilets 1 each Will keep until Jan 1 J A Tucker rt 2n Frederick town has for sale 3 white face South down Buck Lambs also a thoroughbred yearling ShortjIdrn Bull Will sell reasonable E L Davison Springfield has tor sale a small quantity of seed eye An Awful Eruption of a volcano excites interest and your interest skin eruptions win be as short lif you use Bucklens Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst boils ulcers or fever sores are soon healed by it Best for BurPs Cuts BrUises Sore Lips Chapped Hands Chilblaina and Piles I gives inst relief 25c at Ha don Rob antI Igo tA OOIf3tCtJtK3 n 18 RURAL TELEPHONES 8 MR FARM RMak your home as modern for your g positionto R be accomplished by means ot our telephone serVice whih you and your neighbors can get for a sum that IS small corn pared with the benefits received Call or address our near eat office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special FARMERS LINE rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our TInes cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois ICUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated OOOOOOOOO b L i f iDr W e Trusty Practical Dentistt1SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices Al work guaranteed Office over Hapdon Barber S D LAKE Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD 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anywhere cheaper than the cheapest Phone 1 long 1 short Teliaaoili Exchange Free Uve Remedy It is well to stop a physical alls l the first signs Qf its apprOlcJa mIat is especially true of liver which can eventually cive complicationsMany ritedWhen the liver does Bot store sp Siff sluggishand porkindullpaInwwayCaWwe1ISYl1JP sativltyAmong the many thousands WH save written the doctor about the results achieved with his remedy and who ireglade to make the facts public so tt w JaKennedYLa flue oi Smiths urove Ky and niayothers startedtheIt you will send YOur name and MHtUeThis i Is promptly cured with this remedy or tde4Itway of your druggIst at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle and the attar familyThis iweiseat over cathartic tablets and saltwhich iyrwPepsin ItIsnot stand a violent purgative l4eaH41to I tothefree of charge Explain your CM In a ILForortllerwladdress is Dr W a CaWJt 4 well bxllding Montiodie v Jt