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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ffv rz yt btrt J- f i iJ t IDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY iiDLMI VI sPRr IIFIELDKY wEONESDAIt SEPTEMBER 2110I MIMIEI42 I IMcCHORD WILLIAMS Y f Rev William Harrison Williams Popular Pastor of the Bap ti8tchurch Weds Miss Annie McChord J Byabeautiful and Impressive cere mony performed at the Presbyterian church this afternoon by Rev RE C Lawson Miss Annie Laura McChurd end Rev Wm Harrison WIlliams were made manand wife The church was beautifully decorated with ferns plants and evergreens and havin been darkened for the occasion was lighted by tungsten lights The sItar was a bank of green and in front tf It four whIte pillars were erected which were festooned with sweet fern Across the altar from one column to another a white draped bar extended from which the wedding bell was BUS peided This was a beautiful affair of filmy material the clapper of which t was a tungsten light the effect of the whole being most pleasing The church has probably never been more beauti fully or elaborately decorated than for this wedding Ms C F Bosley and Miss Sue Ray played a musical program from4 to 430I consisting of the following numbers The ashmiri Love Song 3 Till iWakesBy Amy Wood 3 The Tezaple Bell fords Finden- Less Than The Dust 01 To Spring By Grieg l61 Organ Voluntarytror Beethoven Sonata Opus 1Second movement Tile bridaihorus from Lohengrin was even bl e resbytcrian Church Choir af theltcide party entered the church and Mrs Bosley and Miss Ray PlaYell Study in Symbols by Carrie iJacor be Bond during the ceremony The bride and groom left the church to the bridal chorus again sung by the choir Miss CaiciQ Lon of St Lon4awaaa maid of honor Mr Frank Cutt8iofSt LoWe wu best man and Messrs W CiMeCbord Jr and Jack McChord brothers of the bride were the attend ants The ushers were MessrsJ S Clay brooke Will Wharton Will Selec man and J S McElroy Jr tt430 oclock the bndal party en r eyed the church the two attendants coming in first followed by Mr Will camezorder was kept until the wedding bell was reached under which the beautIful ceremony was performed After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Williams left for a bridal trip of a months duration The Wedding presents made to the 4ibridal couple were handsome numerous land beautiful and consisted of cutglass+fT silverware brassware fine linens china a ware and furniture 4 The bride throughout her lice has been known to aU the people of this ly as a girl and woman of the erhighest type of christian character and nas as her friends not only the members of the aristocratic families her social friends but also of the plainer lasae3 people to whom she has shown courtesies and kindness Mr Williams has for several years been pastor of the as Baptist church and since coming here has established himself as one ot the leading men in his congregation in this State- The vIsiting guests were Miss Mary Field Crescent Hill MISS Bess Mc 1Dowell Danville Mrs W J McGloth Ian Louisville and Mrs S E Wornall- Cynth ana MR HENRY WATTERSON y Elected VicePresident General of the Forthcoming Perry I itCelebration IMFrankfort Ky September 14Muci- mpressed with the plans for the Perry victory centennial celebration and ex position to be held at PutinBay 0 In 1913 McKenizieR Todd State In spector and Examiner a member of the Kentucky commission which is C4assisting in the exposition has return ed to Frankfort The plan is to erect a tall monument to Perry and have the exposition at the same time Hemy Watterson of Kentucky was elected vice president general Tentative plans for the exposition were discussed by the commissIOn and a permanent organza tionefected 6 7t TERRIfIC ELEC TRlCAl STORM Visits Springfield and Vicinity Doing Much Damage and TerrifYin the Citizens One of the most severe rain arid elec se9tlonofSundayy night and Monday morning which not only did considerable damage financially but also scared the peop e half out of their wits The barn f Merritt Foster who lives near Willi burg was struck and it and its con ten completely destroyed A cow ontle place was also killed Mr Foster loss wIll amount to 1700 partially IQ sured A wheelbarrow in Bud Popes yard and only a few feet from t1e house Was struck an splintered Se eral tobacco patches in the country were struck and the plants destroyed During the storm the streaks of lightning and peals of thunder were accompanied by rams which at times y ere almost cloudbursts and which put most of the streams out of their banks Lightning struck the large stock barn of C E Pmkston who resides near Cardwell tMscountYaboutla m Mn day morning and burned it and also his large tobacco barn that was close to the stock barn In the stock barn was 15 barrels of corn 9 loads of hay 2000 bundles of oats 2 farm wagons and 4 large fat sows In the tobacco barn there was 1300 sticks of tobaccothe finest tobacco he had ever raised He has 175 insurance on one barn and none on the other None of the family knew anything about the occurrence until they arose in the morning The loss is about 1500 CRIME TO BE- DlSetJSSE Crime Costs Uncle Sam a Billion a YearMeans to Minimize Offenses to be Discussed at Prison Congress Washington Sept 14ls the death penalty longer advisable for capital crimes Is the indeterminate sentence feasible Is a crime more serious when a group commits It than when one person commits It What are the essential principles of a modern reformatory system What Improvments can be made in the systems of parole or conditional liberation of prisoners What are the best means of working prisoners in small prisons What are the effects of probation How shan we deal best with the tramp and the vagrant What can be done to assist prisoners families How can we deal with inebriety ShoUld children be treat ed as criminals when they violate the law Whit can be done about idle and vagrant children ip large citIes The foregoing are a few of the many questions that will be discussed by not ed European and American criminologists at the meeting hare October 2 to 8 of the eighth international orison congress Fifty nations are to have representatives at the congress and more than 100 of these foreigners as the guests of Uncle Sam will leave Jer sey City next Sunday evening on a special train which will make a trip of more than 2000 miles that the visitors may inspect some of the best prisons and reformatories in the United States The congress will also be attended by a number of Americans who are interested in the prevention of crime It is estimated that criminals directly and indirectly cost this country 1000000 000 a year There are about 100000 prisoners in American reformatory institutions It contended that this justhWhat can be done to reduce the amount ofcrime1tasks chairman O F Lewis of the congress committee on publicity What can be done to make fewer criminals That is the question and the purpose of this lJ1tern tional- conventlol is to bring the beat thought and e riperience of the world to bear un the great Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup Chamberlains Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears wlll prevent the attack Sold by all druggists J1 SUDDEN DEATH OFEl DAVISON An Able and Conscientious News paper Man and an Admirable Litizen Has done to His Great Reward IThis commullty was distinctly shocked and deeply grieved on last Friday after noon to hear of the death ofE L Dav ison He had for long years been in a sense an invalid but one who did not complain and one whose fight against the inevitable had been so game and so persistent that neIther henor his friends believed the end near until it came He was apparently m his usu state of health until within twelve hours before his death and upon the nightbefore had in piS characteristic and hopeful manner announced that he felt better than he had for some time previous No doubt at this time life had its roseate hues and ne and those he loved upon this statement from him hoped for ad ded years and added honors However God works lo a mysterious way His wonders to perform and he saw hest to summon Mr IaVlson when bfelooked brighter for hIm thann it had for some time The deceased was the son of EdmUnd L and Annie Sullivant Davison The Davison family ranks with the noblest of those who have upbuilt this county andof this family he was born August 19 1866 Later his father moved to LOUisville and there the deceased was reared After completing his schooling he for two years wrote for the Louis r ville Post About the timeotthe boom he moved toPmeville and his ability as a newspaper man being recognized he was made managing editor of the Pine yule Messenger In a short time he purchased the plant and became editor arid remained In Pineville an honored citizen until J3n11896 when he par ch4isdttJ plttttai lrhbec eJ edit rJof the NewsLeader of this place He1 Held this position until a short time ago when he sold hisinterest tothe present owners Whileconducting the News Leader he was an able upright and con scientious editor and one of whom we as competitors wish to extend thehigh est praise as a fair and honorable man Shortly after moving here the last time he married Miss mAda Sutton woo survives him He IS also survived by Mrs C D Gates and Mr Mike Davison of Louisville It has been said ot ChEvalier Bayard that he was ever a man wIthout fear and without reproach Without passing any eulogy upon the Colonel it may be said that he was likewise a man above fear and above reproach He was a strongminded man a man of great will power and yet as kindly as one wOuld want to know He was the true type of the aristocrat dignified in bearing true in his friendships honest in his business The fUlfral services Sunday were at tended many of those whose love he hadlwon und whose admiration he had attained a large concourse being in at tendare The servicss were held at the Presbyterian church and the inter ment was on Cemet eryHi- llERSTflEIR COUNTRYNEWSP A VALUE lonsidered From the Standpoint of the Home by the Highest Salaried Editor Living Arthur Brisbane the highest salaried editor in the world who receives 50 000 annually for writing for the Hearst newspapers whileaddreising the recent meeting of advertising men at Omaha discussed the value of the country newspaper as an advertising medium In part he said To begin with the local newspapers are in proportion to their circulation in my opinion infinitely the mostvalu able advertising me iums that we have I say this naturally uninfluenced by the fact that the organs ation with which I am associated has n country newapap ers only the metro olitan dailies The value of th country newspaper is based largely upo the tact that the neighbor who read it looks upon it as- a neighbor and a fri nda personal acquaintance and at ches to the printed statement and adv rtlsements of the country newspaperar greater importance than toe dwe lei in the city at taches to the of the adver tisements in new paper- It stateients t I k 1 M W Z fi r TEMPEST With Tempest and Sunshine at the Opera House Friday night Sept 23 1910 NIGHT RIDERS AGAIN ACTIVE Ifty Masked Men In Bracken County Apply the Torch and Destroy Two Tobacco Barns Augusta Ky Sept 15NJght Rid erslast night destroyed two itobece- 5arna raHraekerr te tYfotier ttoW O BtN ford living at Wilow and the other owned by Geo W Kin ney at Brooksville About fifty masked men appeared at the Bradford home about u oclock some riding horseback and buggies the animals being masked alsoII The men first fired the large barn and then set fire to the stable and corncrib t yaluable horse being con sumed in the stable as well asa num ber ofbuggies farm wagons and farm utensilsThe raiders watched the blazeuntJI it got under good headway when they started east toward Brooksville which point was reached shortly after 12 oclockMr Kinney isan uncle of LewIs Kin fey who was tjiken from his home three years ago and severely thrashed on account of the tobacco trouble and the uncle has been very bitter in his denunciation of those connected with the affair and has not hesitated to express himself freely on the subject at sn timesW o Bradford is a member of the BraCKen county Board of Control of the Burley Society and has been one of the solicitors engaged in pooling the growing crop to the Burley Tobacco Society The Kinney loss will amount to about 1000 With 450 insurance while the lossat the Bradford place will be iJOOO with insurance to the amount of 102Q Candidate for Senator i wA CampbellsviUe newspaper annoUn ces that J H Wade of Campbellsville is a candidate for State Senator Iii this the 15th senatorial dlstric1composed- of the counties ot Washington Marion and Taylor subject to the actIOn of thE Democratic party Mr Wade has had considerable legislative experience in ye rs past having been elected in 1 02 and 1904 to the lower house and his faithfulservice and untiring efforts in looking after the interests of his con stituency during those two sessions Won or him unstinted praise cRichard Sale IWilde At the bankrupt sale of Wade and Richards and of John D Wade held by Charles C Boldrick trustee at the fair grounds Wednesday everything offered was bought by Taylor M Estes with the exception of one 3yearold sorrel gelding which was purchased by W C Rogers The total amount of the sale was 776155 The total indebted neSd of the firm of Wade and RiChardS and John D Wade is said tQ be 21433 Lebanon Enterprise BURLEY TOs ACCO POOL The 1910 obacIco lJeing Pledged Rapidly Much Showni The 1910 crgp of Burley tobacco is now being poled at a rapid rate The umber of solicitors in the county has been in ea ndi is ai o t ounty BoarIpf ControP o fiish thtpooling by September 27 when the ex ecutive committee Ofthe SOcIety wIll again meet The sale of the 1909 crop depends in a measure upon the 1910 pool and if this years crop is pooled thoroughly th ed 1909 crop will be dispose of when the committee meets the latter part of the present month It is reported m tobacco circles that the 1909 crop has already been uld provided an option is given ion the 1910 output hence the activity being exercised in pooling It IS the duty of every tobacco grower to sign the pledge as good prices can only be perpetuated through the pool Thdse who pool d last year will nothes itate to reenter the pool as they appreciate its elfectiyeness and the main Object of the S ietY now IS to endeavor to get the independent growersinto the pool The high prices obtained lo recent years for the tobacco is due to the pool and it behooves SOlelYI mer to enter the Society at stead of working against the Interests of his neighbor and trying to frustrate the intentions ot the associationMir- ror For Bald Heads A Treatment Never rails We want you to try three large bottles of Rexall 93 Hair Tonic on our personal guarantee thatthe trial will not cost you a penny if it does not give you absolute satisfnctipn Thats proof of our faith in thisremfdy and it should indisputably demonstrate that we know what we are talking about when we say that Rexall 93 Hair Tonic will grow hair on bald neads except where bald ness has been of such long duration that the roots of the hair are entirely dead the follicles closed and grown ov rand the scalp is glazed Remember we are basing our state meats upon what has already been accomplished by the use of Rexall gat Hair Tonic and we have the right to assume that what It has done for thous ands ot others it will do for you In any event J ou cannot lose anything by giving it a trial on OUr liberal guaran tee Two sizes SOC and 100 Remember you can obtain Rexall Reme dies in this community only at our store The Rexall SterfTheL o Haydon Drug Co Dont waste your buying plas teas when you can get a bottle of Cham berlaIns Liniment for twentyfive cents A of flannel dampened with this liniment is superior to any plaster for lame back pains the side and chest ruggists L KENTUCKY UU MILIATIONa Caleb Powers Elected to ton gress in the Eleventh Defeating Don C Edwards London Ky Sept 16Theovert whelming defeat of Congressman D C Edwards for the Republican nom tnation for Congress in the Eleventh District by Caleb Powers was a sur pnse to but yery few people in the district except possibly Mr Edwards himself and a few of his organizers Very few of his sympathizers have had any hopes of his success for several weeks Three months ago it wa szplair tQ he seen that there waS a overwhelming sentiment among the voters fr Powers Mr Edwards and his friends expt programedWhile to hear Powers speak were on an average more than tWice liS larReas those drown by Edwards the frioodS of the latter consoled themselves with the belief that tnpy were coming tout to see him through curiosity havinii heard so much ofhtm during his four trials on the charge of complicityin the murder ot Governor Goebel and that they did not intend to vote lor h1tn Thus all the unfavorable signs were explained awfY by the fri ends of the Congressman q4Eleventh blOody Republican congressional district is the United States has there been a more- bitter political battle The fight put- up by Mr Edwards was a hard one IJe has done much for his district while in Congress fhemorealfruments advanced against Powers the loser his friends clung to ItO him and the more vigorously they defended him It was the rankad J Iijilt Theyhadbe t RepMItcan press and ciMpaignorateiaitwyerca- mpaign for the past ten yeast thtPowers was innocent of the rime of which he was accused and that he hlbeen persecuted and had but himself on the altar for the cause of4ciyil liberty and the Republican party and was a martyr for the caUse they hail been taught to love To say Powers was guilty tof the Goebel murder caused many of hie followers to admire him flit mare when told that powerS got jwHie- 1n jail aid that he charged a ilastrefueed County to believ the charges or gloried in his ievem 8 nts if true From the beginning his foolowers have been hoyacl andunchangeable The influence of Senator Bradley i t knot actives had been figured a strong factor lo powers behalf When only a few days ago J N Sharoe a close friend of Congressman Edwatde was given a recess appointment for the office of United States Atto ney for the Eastern district of Kentucky it was well known that it was one for thQPurpose of aiding Mr Edwards bY showing that the national adminletra tion was for him MrPoWfrs stated at hIs headquarr tern at Barboursvule that he was well pleased and that hIs majority would be between 10000 and 12000 Mr Edwards had nothing to say bathe wlll not be an independent candid ate as ha been predicted The Democrats will endeavor to put out their strongest men and make a strong effort to defeat Powers by aid of the Edwards Vote Judge James D Black Judge S B Dishman of Ba buursville or Gen P Watt Hardin of- Williamsburg will likely be the Deri ocratic nope Late returnsshQws that only three counties are tobe found in the Edwards column and they are Laurel Bell and Pulaski and his majority in his home county Laurel is less than 3i votes MeulerWoodl Mrs Elizabeth Meuter of Louisville and Glenn C Wood were quietly mar vied in Louisville on Thursday Septera ber 8th Mr Wood is Yen and favorably known in thIs community where he was formerly in the drug business for a number of years and his friends congratulate the young couple find wieh them a long life of prosperity and joy They reside in Almy Arkansas where Mr Wood conducts a riyibusiness as a druggist i t ati r r The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD XJJNTUCKY- L Hobble hobble skirts and trouble Jvery hat is a picture hat nowadays Prjines are higher Telephono YOW landlady What has become of the oldfash toned man who wore a doublebreasted vein Dynamite may help aut tennis matches are the only reliable cure tor droughts ffirepouting trying aut the ftueaoCarrier Plgtons till have to equip talliopalesly Radical changes are announced in Ule new football rules There will be- ao hitting In the clinches 4 Newport is said to be crazy over a barefoot dance This means more work for the chiropodists By plaYing tennis on a hot afternoon a fat man learns to despise mere rain u a producer of moisture Up In Maine an automobile ran into gett1ngDuke Franz Joseph naYs he Is In this try after bear and not a bride Nevertheless he may get his eye oa- tear a In Porto Rico oysters grow on trees chat Is very well but unfortunates tabasco sauce does not grow on the tame limb govni1ngk capital offence to tl 60Q feet with an aeroplane It has been proved that a Vassa- girl is not afraid ot an aeroplane Still to aeroplane does not In the least re ambles mouse Remember while copiously water Ing your lawn that many s faucet on mutteringH Re arks a woman writer The Work ot personal beautifyirig resembles that ot a house decorator In respect to calcimine Chicago will be a good place fo- tolding r the worlds brewers congress as tornup streets have given a treatImpetus to the hop Industry In some WayS the preacher who QOk for baseball In heaven Is most sonservaUve Whep the home team wins baseball Is heaven to the fan 1 A new highball which costs at20 is being sold In New York Some of the Ions of Pittsburg millionaires must be spending the summer In New York Theres no safe and sane way to thetroledosafe and sane way to fall out of bed Aviatprs fire to hurl dummy bombs YNdovelikeWUi4Slime enterprising correspondent should now uncover a fleet of Jap ese airships ready to spread deva- sdonover the sharkInfested waters the Pacific Another woman has broken her l by tripping up In her hobble skirt It may b necessary to pass a few sum p teary laws or soon the men will have no dancing partners The weather man reports that the wean rain fall for J lY was 221 fiches less than any July since 1879 which shows It was a very mean monthly rain all indeed Arr Illinois man has invented s safety pin wIth two points Halt or the adult population awaits Information as to whether the wompn will boltsyBe temperate and slow to anger AIeep and eat regularly go In for ath- leUcs early In life and keep Unaber are some rules for a long life Also took both ways before crossing the boulevard J At their recent convention In Denver the dentists decided that kfisinll would have to be abolished for topose ot saving the human race Vo- a human race that had abolished Ira a lag be worth saving A Massachusetts preacher says th a will be baseball In heaven The ioyment of some of the enthusiasts will be spoiled however it it shall be a1theTIle season for fish and snake s flee has been rther poor Both quality and quantity the output hat not been up to the standard It feared by some theorists that the es tbUslunent of the Ananias has tut acted asaa early troat to thi- erop r i KENTUCKY i GLEANINGS imiWHAT IS GOING ON IN biTHEFA LURE is PREDICTED Thinks Iostal Savings Banks Will Not Pay for Man LouisvilleThe gement animal convention ot the Kentucky Bankers association opened here Following the welcome of the may r President H C UtJterback of Pa duCah delivered the opening address President Utterback said that the banks ot the state were in a strong poslton at the present time and though the crop moving SeaSon was proving omething of a drain in some localities the institutions for the SltTalnbitheir nositlons In speaking of the postal savings bank bill President Utterback said I was opposed to the bill from con viction that the government Should not enter business in opposition to any class other citizens Such ventures upon the part ot the government tend toward the creation of a paternal torm of government and rvhichI believe t0 be fundamentally wrong In the ration of the postal savings syste we shan witness annually a deficit i management and the government will I n time pe forced to a higher sate f interest upon her bonded indebtedness and we shall then lose the fife tinction of having the lowest interest rate upon our public debt of any country in the world The goyernment should lfeguJate all business which affects Us people but should not under any circumstances engage in beef Hess KILLEDrJumps From Buggy in Front of Pass ing Automobile Lexingtonfirs Came Hudson ieg- arls 20 years of age who was last eek married to Ben F Degaris w struck by an automobile in front o her new home and killed She was a daughter of E S Hudson who liv two miles from Lexington ese Leestown pike When the balkstand her husband were duping at their front gate she jumPEd from the vehicle in front of a passing auto mobile driven by Osbar Brown a neighbor When struck she as whirled around thrown under the wheels and her chest badly crushed she died 4ii minutes later without gaining consciousness RAILWAY COMMISSION ENJOINED FrankfortUnited States Judg Cochran of Maysville has granted restraining order enjoining the state railroad commission from putting into effect its order hanging the rates coal carried to the Greenbrielr dish Tory from the mines in Eastern Ile tacky This injunction is the result of a suit filed by the Louisville Nahvill Railroad Co against the Kentuck raIlroad commission to test the constitutionality of fibs M Chord act This bill passed by the legislature 10 years ago gives the railroad commit Zionthe right tQ fix rates and to im ymfnot carried out egRIGID MEAT INSPECTION Councilman Came From Europe to Vote for Ordinance FrankfortHurrying home from Europe Councilman Ed yeitzeJ o f this city arrived in time to be pro pmt to vote for as ordlnhnoo girls g Frankfort the most rIgid meat Inspection or any city In Kentucky Heavy penalties are provided for violation of the orolnanoo which forbids the sen Ing of meat without a lIcense from the mayor and health board The li cease is forlelted for selling bad meat and its passage insures the sale of fresh and tender steaks It requi Neltzels vote to pass tho Qdinance r DAMAGE SUITS SETTLED GreenvilleTOrders were taken in the circuit court here settling forty even damage suits which were brought against the Elk Valley Coal Mining Co and others These suits Brauldex re d on Februrp Iand in which thisty tour men lost ttetr lines rcTEACHERS ELECT OFFICERS n Newport Alter a successful fo day meeting here the Northern Kentucky Teachers institute came to u close after the eleetion of officers Covingtinmeeting ieThe oficers elected are VT D Reynolds superintendent of tHe Ludow schools president F A Cosgrove su perlnte lent or the Highland scho01s secretary and A C Collins princIpal of the Covington schoOls treasurer s PKentuckiansof Exhibition at LouisvIlle Louisville The eighth annual Ken lucky State faIr began here Monday For many weeks the meniblr3 of the state board of agriculture forestry i1tt migration and Jr1V Newman secretary of the state faIr have worked diligently to make the fair this year gger and better than ate predeces and how welll they have succeed ed was shown at the opening The officials of the fair were hard at work at the grounds Sunday put ting on the finishing touches and when the gates were opened Monday it was on an exhibition that Kentuck fans have every reason to be proud of Exhibitors from every section ot the state and from other sections of the country are here for the week The exhibits this year are more ntl mesons and better than in former years and so many were the requests for space that it was almost impos sable for the state fair officials to pro vide saflictent room for those anxious to get their products before the pea pIePlans were laid months ago or just after the close of the state fair last year for the erection of a number of permanent buildings on the grounds before the ening of the faft this year but owing to a depleted it as impose ble for the fair officials to get a suit ble appropriation through the last leg stature to cover the cost of erecting th proposed new buildings Kotwithsta ding the failure to secure this money the amount on hand after the close of the last fair was used judiciously by the management in im proving the grounds That the funds ismimmediatelynupon entering the grounds and the llnprovements can be seen in every part of the vast tract VALUABLE COAL LANDS SOLD Abott 10000 Acres Disposed of at Public Auction SomersetQne of the largest real state deals ever made here was the sale by the muster commissioner ot the Flat Coal Co tract of about 10000 acres of coal lands which were sold before the courthouse door by R J Tolbert commissioner ot the Payette court Copt John Gewry of Lexing tOn puxcl1ased one large tract ana several Smaller ones for 12800 J H Gibson cashier of the First Na purchasedfsum ot S500 Kentucky Intelligence VersalllesThe annual Woodford county Farmers institute convened here John G Blain was made chair man and Frank M McKee secretary The address of welcome was delivered andreresponse by Mr Blair William A Cox was elected delegate and J W Newman alternate to the State Farmers Institute FrankfortAf er serving four years aand a half in the penitentiary hero for killing hiss eetheart Oble Dama ree of tierces ounty was pardoned 10nyears committed the henwas convicted upon unworthy evidence PracticallreveJY citizen in Mercer count his petition GeorgetownThe Cincinnati pike Is blocked for general travel owing to an odd accident and a noted bride will probably be swept away The ponderous engine and rock roller be longing to Boss Lancaster con tractors after trIag for a month to get to their destination fell through Big Eagle bridge and now supported by a few heavy timbers stands 30 feet above the creek ofRobertMill was found lying beside the CI OwingsrillsHe let here on the last man train and It Is thought ho tics riding outside the vestibule door on the Pullman car holding the brass raping and fell oft while the traIn was going at full speed A deep gash in the head and several ribs broken tend to show that death resulted Instantly BanvtlleLiberty and Moreland capitalists have a move on toot to fromreLiberty to rQre1and The papers are willalsotions to stock The intention is to sell 2 0OOOln stock the am ant which Engineer Merrlweather like estimated for the erection of the power house build hoes and tully equip with roll lng stock It Is estimated that thee lIno will pay from 12 to 15 per cent Th matter Is receivIng the financial encouragement of the capitalists and merchants Villtamstown Irs Elizabeth Law renee 76 years old known throughout Kentucky and Indiana as an advoeate urof Christian Science was found dead Inn bathtub at the Linden holed In- dlanapolls Indications rpoint to sui ride givoIn court here He had a keg of beer shipped to DovQr from this city Th boor was seized by Police Judge Smith as Dover Is a dry town Dick inson sued the town and won The rate was appealed to the Clrcu court ROPER TREATMENT FOR OVERHEATED WORK HORSE It Is Important to Know That Exhaustion From Summer Heat May Be PrcvcntedCleanStable Feed and Air Essential raysWhenthatriveatIngcoverdosed shows symptoms ot hmexhausUonfrontemperaturehitsimmediatelyshady breezy place and there cooled such as whisky in strong cold coffee neoheatIt therefore Is well to know and look peat the dose of stimulant every halt Bahingley out for the symptoms here outlined and then bo able to treat them Intelll gently In the first placo it is Impor tent to remember that heat exhaustion may be largely prevented By keeping the horses stable clean airy perfectly ventilated darkened and screened in summer time Feeding tho best of foods In ade quantlUesMaking food Allowing plenty of cool pure drink ing water Permitting ample time for rest at soon Removing the harness durIng such rest periods Not overworking any horse and al ways changing frequently the middle horro of a three horse team as he v Instead or chasIng pigs and having the running In every direction make a Y shaped hurdler as shown In the illustration says Farm The frame is liglt wood the webbIng Is made by two thicknesses of close mesh wire fencing with waterproofed building paper between A stiff wood OF Much Mystery Surrounds DJsap- pcar nco otAmerican Horse Attributed by Some to lncreoslnir Cold Over three centuries ago at the time of the Spanish conquest there was not to be found In the new world so it has been practically proved a single animal that answered to the description of the horse Horses Indeed which the Spanish pernatural beings como purposely to aId the conquerors Yet recent research by the Whitney mission has es tablished beyond doubt that long be fore Columbus the Americas were Jersey of alf equine fossil of an un known kind led to more methodical Investigation of America with the rtr suit that prehistoric horse bones bare been found In California and Oregon between the Gulf of Mexico and the Carolinas In Texas Florida and the alleys oL Mexico In the basin of Jbe Missiasippi and OD the welten Good Luck hour at first and every hour or two as he gains strength and the fever abates J good stimulant is prepared b mixing together one part ot aromati- spirits of ammonia and two parts each of alcohol and sweet spirits of nitre Of this give two ounces In a pint 01 water or cold coffee as one dose If he Is bloated give four ounces of- hyposuJphlte of soda dissolved In water and inject soapy cold water an glycerine Into the rectum once all hour until relieved In case of n stroke calf In the graduate veterinarian as soon as possible An excellent likeness of Bablngle Good Luck one ot Lord RothschUde famous shires is shown In the mus- traUon HINGED HURDLER FOR SWINE theiEXTINCTION EARLY EQUINES atImounI tight It Is light and so strong that it Is almost Indestructible With one of these rigs you can build a narrow lane on one side of the pen and move It ahead as the hog moves He see the opening ahead and walks th way to get out Hogs may be with a rig of this kind when ftls i possible to drive them where you wa n them to go slopes of the Rocky mountains Horses too must have been numerous In th country previous to the appearance of toJkthtwith pottery prrd the stone arms of cave dwellers How Is It then that the equine race offossilsthan In Europe came for a time to IeappearthousandsSpanish conquest 1 For but a ceu trY eiatencee regions of the mata and the prairies of the far west By some this temporary extinction beentributed theI at encroachments of the glacial hemIphere n is certain that the elephant and camel disappeared at the same iihorsese the rinderpest In South Africa Again what brought about this exodus may possibly have been a species of the presentday Columbian vampire bat which sucks thelife blood of Us victims and In the dIstricts It infests prevents thli horse being used s a beast of burden on Cream Cans ILid tight lids on cream eaW is warw t r INJURED INYift CK Conductor Thrown Down 2b Foots Embankment George Hahn C N W conductor Arbor Ave West Chicago in says was thrown from a car down i 25 foot embankment and my kidneys Were badly bruised Kidney trouble developed and for a whole year I was un able to work I dui fered agonizing pains In my back and the kidney secreUonlt were In terrible condition My vitality gradually diminished and the doctors treat went failed to help When In despair I began with Doans Kidney Pills and soon improved Continued Ise curedtme and at present my health Is ei cellentaRemember the nameDoans For sale by all dealers 60 cents a- hoL FosterMUburn Co Buffalo l1 Speaking of Fires Roy Bone a brother ot United States DIstrict Attorney Harry Bone oni17partmentcart and killed Bone wrote a head with this as the first deckGon61a His Last Fire andBoneCity JournalFIKeep your face always toward the and the shadows will faU behind youM B aniDont Throw That Rug Away Just because a rug looks old and worn and the dust has been ground into It so deeply that a days beating will not take it out do not throw it 9Easythe floor wipe itdry with a clean cloth and it will surprise you how beautifully new It Is Easy Task soap oisan enemy to dirt and a friend to fabric of all kinds It is the clean white laundry soap that halves your washing and doubles your satisfaction DIDNT GET THE QUOTATION Y Boston Reporter Unlike Most News Was Unfamiliar With ythe Scriptures The cub reporter Is thE grenes reporter on the start of a newspaper When anything particularly stupid happens on the paper he Is the ijrsi to be accused and he Is usually right accused The only salvation for dhim Is to improve which he does it nine cases out ofa dozen The Bas ton Journall told recently ot as amt sing break of a wholly Innocent nli i Lure which a certain cub made If it 3 thoref other walks of life than thee ministry The reporter had been sent to Isuburb to report a sermon He aT rived late near the close ot the s rr i1Wasked his neIghbor n elderly gends- nian f What was the text of the sermonY Who Art Thou l replied 1bF other Boston reporter replied the other The man smiled Subsequently bq told the preacher who next Sunda told the congregationat the cule ev penserouth8 Companion Misdirected Energy How did the street car compau come to fire that old conductor thought he had a pulljHe did but he didnt use It o Wt cash registerChristian Advocate Few Marriages In London The marriages in London last Jyear represent the lowest percentageof which there is any record sPRESSED HARD L Coffees Weight on Old Age 4rmmen the f tfurious effects of coffee anti thechango sin health that Postum can bring then are glad to lend their testimony for the benefit of others isA superintendent ot public schools in It Southern state says My mob er since her early childhoodd was Fan Inveterate coffee drinker had been J troubled with her heart for is number of years and complained of that weak f all over feeling and sick stomach Some time ago I was making ano tidal visit to a dlstautpartot 1e country and took dinner with oneod the merchantS of the place I noticed a somewhat peculiar flavor of the cot fog andd asked hIm concerning It He replied that It was Postum I was so pleased with It that after the meal wu over I bought a package to carry home with me and had wife pre pare some for the next meal thE whole family liked It so well that we discontinued coffee and used Postum entirely I had really been at times very anxious concerning my mothers Con dttioa but we noticed that attar usingR 1sPostum for a shoo time she felt sa much better than she did prior tolts use and had little trouble with ker heart and no sick stomach that the headaches were not so frequent udher general condition much Improved This continued until she was as welt and hearty as the rest of us J I know Postum has benefited my 4l1ythe case of my mother as she xasft victim of long standing e Frcr reaA the bore lettertroec Iefppenrs frost Urns te the Tyer are geaatne tree and fall of ksawr tCteatr 1 f r J fsAA j fI t t m QGIQC QC 0 Polly and the ProphecyJ By STANLEY BARTONI Copyright xgxo by Associated Literary Press rThe fortune teller held Pollys little shrewdlytwas a woman and therefore Polly did not blush as she was wont to do under the admiring stare of men Nevertheless Polly vms uneasy JThere seemed to be a wet grimness v about the tense mouth of this oddly dressed seer that boded ill for the dimunitive one before her You would penetrate the future began the fortune teller and you have come to me to find out what 1n store for you Well then young woman I will tell you Listen An old man with money Is to enter into Your life The stars tell mo that you Will greet him with open arms I wont protested the rebellious Polly She had in mind as she Spoke the sturdy Jimmy Hamilton Whom she had refused for the third mornlIigW lie chided the fortune teller An old man will en ter your life and his impetuosity will fairly take your breath away He WIll be old buthe has money I wont hear a bit more came from Polly angrily and in a turbu lent state of mind she drew her haughty little self mcUgnantly out pf the camp chair and flounced from the tent PeUy Edmunds wasnt euPersti tfou9 and It was absurd to believe fortune4f4 t 4 Yeu Futurtjtty but it was enough to maKeI uggestiyeskinned smytalking Roumanian The wouldnt believe and she knew very well that she would always re maintroeto Jimmy Hamilton he of the dark brown hair and blue eyes Jimmy Iamlton who could twist his love words and phrases tQ the datntiest proposals ever bringing the blushes to the cheeks ot a maid She would not receIve any hideous old millionaire with open arms was ina terrible state ot mind iVhenthe luckless Jimmy espied her from across street and hastened to join her Youn he stamped n foot in the lIne frenzy of her rage As It I didnt have trouble enough without you coming along Jimmy smiled and continued to Plod cheerfully along at her side If I had a mouthful of vulgar gold teeth contributed the girl spitefully Im sure I would keep it closed and not be always grinning like a Cheshire cat Its what I call an anostenthtious display ot riches Without a word of protest Jimmy obediently pUlled his lips to a straight line Are you dumb asked the fair Vixen Cant you talk Have you lost your voice For gracIous sake mynervesIts a fine day observed Jimmy Hamilton Polly glaredryou ought to read 4the advertisements ant take a course in general intelligence The unabashed Jimmy laughed heartily You are the original little crosspatch he enthtsed liThe tn basco sauce as it were to the dull routine of life in Greenville Really I am proud of you roily But why this most becoming petulaaee I ont know why I should tell you my troubles observed the girl You hnvent any sympathyand besides I have decides to have noth dng more to do with ytluu There I commend you on your decision remarked the youth at her side But honestly dear Ws not original and You dont mean it Im the only Chap in the town weather beaten enough to survive these sudden storms of Which the present one sided altercation is but a reasonably fair example You like to hear yourself talk snapped the maid 9ou are simply eaten up with egotism Some day Your head win expand to the bursting point and prove the Vacuum that I have tong suspicloned Polly In her tempestuous W7- uis1i1ly turned the conversation 1- have been to tho fortune teller if you mast know Jimmy on the day before had strolled through the camp of these picturesque nomads Gypsy u eens have reputations for being Taro seers he observed thoughtfully Rarefools stormed the maid I just hate myself for having fone out there at all 11 ought to have known better No one and read the future she concluded wisely it isnt possible I deduce then that the parcel ot Information handed out by the swarthy Minerva wasnt at all to your liking The girl flushed then the storm in her eyes suddenly abated and a wicked little imp of mischief dancei expectantly in Its place It would be nice if r could believe her alto ventured demurely You would advise me to would you not Certainly came froi the grlD- ning and unsuspecting Jimmy Gypsy queens are daughters ct seventh daughters you know They are wise in the occult happylittlevouchsafed by her Roumanian hih nessA frown clouded the youths brow at the completion of tbe tale Rot he grumbled But objected Polly sweetly I have your own words for It that these gypsy people are vastly clevpr Since talking to you I have no doubt but what it wlll come out as she said Anyway I must wait for my old mil lionaire man I always did believe that I should marry for money and thenwho knowshe may be nice and I can love him if hisPollY was In a rare hum Never before had she been able to tease this great goodtempered giant He marryhimsee the sudden fruition of the gypsys prophesy whether she believed in It ortnot Honk honk A most erratic automobile With two occupants came zlgzngging down themotween the two young people Honk honkIAs the great machine reached them It suddenly swerved to the curb and one of thee occupants was shot catapultlike into the very arms pf Polly Both were thrown to the walk In an instant the new and spectacular arrival had bounced to his feet and even before the astonished Jimmy teaUzed what had happened had assi ted the girl to her feet Profuse apologies came glibly to the Ups of the man The newly arrived was short and wen on the shade side of fatI enty How a man ot his age spring so nimbly to his feet and instantly execute a Chgsterfleldian bow was beyond the comprehension of the silent and wondering Jimmy There is something wrong with the car the man was explaining My driver has been working at it for an hour He couldnt stoP you see only for you young woman I would have been dashed to this stone pavement and probably killed If you will allow me I would like to give YOU this as a little token or my ap preciation The old gentleman took a two carat diamond from his flfgerand passed it IntQ the hands astonished girt Honk honk The car now under control c me to a sudden stop beside them and in an instant the old gentleman had climbed In beside the driver who put on full speed and disappeared In a cloud of dust Jimmy gasped Polly I take it all back I wilt marry you Things happen so fast in this worlds that it is no place for an unprotected girlIAnd Jimmy laughed joyfully Affable ExecutIoner Arthur EllisofRoylett avenue To ronto officiated at the hanging of Henderson in Petersborough Having experienced some difficulty In obtain ing Hotel accommodatiou Hangman Ems registered at the Oriental hotel as A Speare Toronto His identity was not established until he asked the clerk to call hips at five In the morning as he had some nespaper work to do and we aU had to be upII there early He Is a man ofsmall stat ure between fortyfive and fifty weighs about 130 pounds smooth shaven blue eyes and wears gold rimmed spectacles His work s execli tioner was satisfactory but some or the officials rather resented his can later in the day when he asked ItI things were aU right It they were satisfied and bidding them goodby Rev Canon Davidson almost collapsed when called into his study ho found the hangman waiting to bid him ood by and comment on the success of the jobPort Hope Ont GUl o Swiss Watchmaking Dwindlin Thu Swiss watchmaking Ind stry has shrunken to half of Its one tlmt sizeINot In Such a CQttumeIThe Venus de Mb but have you ever teen a Chadqsto- fcirltCharlestoil News and Courier t untrimmed hats turned out bY THE readyy for the pro or amateur millinery are so good in themselves so graceful and becoming that they might be worn without the addition of ornament of any sort and still be pleasing al though not complete They are made of many varieties ofsilk of velvet or plush and in all sorts of combina lions Those shown in the illustration are among the haffilsomest made of silk crape in many rich colorings with high luster and having the brims faced with velvet Their shapes are all prepared for the additlpn of trimming which this season wi l surely be of feathers For some reason feath ers have come to the fore lIke an ava lanche There are bands and porn GET PLENTY OF FRESH AIR Importance of Ventilating R09rnsEs peclally Sleeping c ambers Is Too Often Overlooked Nothing is more com on than fresh air Nature has provided it in abundance 1or an who it There Is no one thing so pot nt to prevent disease so effective n maintaining a healthy action of e 1Vhole body Bad air spreads diseas Consumption pneumonia bronchitis nd catarrh are badalr diseases Bad air too is a cause of colds Sewage flowing Into pure water pollutes it So the air we exhale from our lungs pollutes the air in the room The impure air from the lungs or any number of people in a room mixes with the pure air and makes It dan gerous and unfit for breathing There must be a supply of fresh air con stantly coming In to take the place of the foul air which in all cases should be permitted to escape near roomI ture that air is always in motion and because this Is true one has only to lower the windows a little from the top and to raise them a little from the bottom and the process ot ventilation will go on without our thought or care It is impossible to estimate the amount of misery and suffering caused by impure air If you would escape see to It that you get at all time a plentiful supply of fresh air BRAIDED COSTUME Braiding seems to hlve lost none of Its popularity and somb stunning cos tumes are elaborately trImmed In this manner The cut today suggests a graysatfnmessallnc covered with selftone silk rattail braid In close design The front and neck of bodice Is cream lace and tucked mousseline the former edged with a narrow band of black velvet ribbon and tiny black buttons The tunic opening on left side Is trimmed at bottom with a huge fringed cabochon of gray braid The long trained skirt isfinished at bottom with three deep tuckaI nions quills wreathes breasts sprays wins and plumes Perhaps the air ships have called our attention to thJi feathered throng that sail about the sky or perhaps chanUcler has really wakened the worldto the possibili ties of feathers At any rate they are everywhere in endless and bewildering variety They have been made up In pieces all ready for the hat and the way of the amateur milliner Is made easy This is the sort of trimming that Is safe for her to undertake She shouldI buy both the shape and the all ready prepared Some of the for mer come already lined which is a great convenience for placing the trImming properly Is not easy by any means JULIABOTTOMLEY W AK ANKLEDWOMANS SHOE qressy and High Footwear Now Be Ing Made In a Variety of Styles It is an actual hardsh p to the woman whose ankles are so weak that pumpsinfort front heat In our climate one Is conscious of looking heavily shod Many are tempted for dress occas Ions to slip into dainty pumps but for those women who have a wholesome dread of broken bones what is to be done Fortunately it Is now possible to get dressy shoes high To wear with lingerie frocks there are good looking shoes in white buckskin or suede some of them embroidered or beaded on the vamp High bronze sloes or colored boots to match special frocks can also be had For morning or outing use there are sportinglookingwith heavy soles Tennis soles are supportThennW Reefer Coat Smart Wrap youngermountain than the reefer coat made from a lightweight woollen checked material Now that the onhpleco shortlooselythe thing for warmth A blonde wear Ing a reefer In a paleblue and white check trImmed with white plqu collar and cuffs and gilt buttons ove her frock of white pique looked charming and I have in mind a handsome bru nette In a pretty gray linen ock with a reefer or white and gray checked goods the trimmings white suede and Gilt buttons SmartLooking Bonnet Elderly women who prefer bonnets to hats sometimes find it difficult to find pleasing models At a store I saw recently some very pretty and smart looking bonnets One was of braided net black draped softly over the crown and coronet trimmed with a bunch or dainty white flowers fra m which rose a black aigrette The strings were ot good ribbon Another was of white Yedda braid covered with cobwebby black net 16 left side was trimmed with black silk roses and lilies of the valley Dlacl roses also held the strings at the back Gray Linen As the season advances the fashion able woman emerges from exceedingly light colors to lust a touch of severity In her garb A new gown Is of gray linen cut In one piece with an oddly shaped band of linen on the skirt opening in front to show an inset ot heavy lace Around the bandits a nor row hem of linen OD the outside Bands ot linen De used for trImmings and UttlEt caps go over the sleeves q collarette of finelytucked India linen can be worn with the costume or dis paused with at pleantre stV V ti r tt f ff + + tltC 111tJ + i ROUND ABOUT i I THE STATE t+ i MOST IMPORTANT NEWS i GATHERED FROM ALLt i PARTS OF + tot ++ + + + + RAILROAD COMMISSION ENJOINED L N Seek To Prevent Officials Re ducing Rate on Grain FrankfortSuit for an injunction to prevent the Kentucky Railroad commission from putting into effect a rate of 5 cents on grain out of Louisville on the Springfield and Lebanon branches of the L N railroad was filed here Later at Maysville a tern porary restraining order was granted by Judge Cochran ann the next move will bean effort to obtain a perma nent Injunction The L N recentiy was indicted and fined do the Federal court in Louisville for charging 10 cents on grain shipped from pointS in other states from Louisville to points on the L N The rate at that time was 5 cents on local business and it was charged that there was no Interstate tariff justifying the rate The L N confessed jUdgment and then boost ed the local rate out of Louisville to 10 cents to correspond w th the through rate The railroad commission ordered that the rate be put back to cents on complaint of the Green brier DistIlling company and 20 other distilleries Thet N then sued the railroadcommission to test the right of the commission to enter the order to put into effect the old rate The case will be hard fought At a meeting of the commission a reduction in the rate ot steam coal from Beattyville to Versailles was ordered The present rate which was complained of as being excessive was 1 a ion The commIssion directed that the legal rate be 90 cents a ton The complaint on which the reduction was ordered was made by the Versailles Eectric Lighting company against the L N railroad The case has been before the commission for several months and the complaint has been carefully considered POSTMASTERS TO MEET Will Convene at louisville September 13 14 and15 It has been decided by the Postxi asters association which inCludbs presi dential offices and theyState League of Postmasters of Third and Fourth class offices to bold a joint meeting this year In Louisville September 14 and 15 The league will meet at2- oclockp m on September 13 for the purpose of transacting such business as pertains to leaGue affairs only On September 14 and 15 the asso elation and league will hold a joint meeting for the purpose of discussIng postal affairs IThere will be several representatives of the postofflc department present to give instructions The new money order and regIstry systems will be fully exilalned Every postmaster should attend as they will learn more than they would 1n years at home nd many things they never would earn other ise ACCIDENTALLY SHOOTS SELF Pad cahWhi1 huntIng near this city SVil1 Crow 35 years old a traveling salesman was shot and instantly killed He was sitting on n log re aIwas entered leis stomach At the time of the fatal shot his companion Peter Allen was away from him and when he heard the shot Thinking he had fired at a SQuirrel he called Dick yon get him Receiving no response he went to Crow and found him dying The dead man is survived by his widoW baby mother sister and brother He was a son of former Chief of Police and County Coroner James Crow His wife Is prostrated WILL HAVE MEETING SOON LouisvilleJames E Stole chief clerk of the house of ntaties of the Kentucky general assembly and secretary Ot the redistricting committee appoInted by the last legislature said that while there had been no call issued for a meeting of the redistrict- llng committee one likely will be issued within the next few days He said that it would be impossible for the toIthehave been obtained bitt that it would be necessary for the committee to hold u meeting soon to establish headquarters IDR DOCKS FOR PADUCAH PaduCnhLUluber has been order ed from Washington State by the Ayer Lord Tie Co for a set of drY docks which will be built aud operated here There will be four sections and they will cost about 12000 About 5u ship carpenters and ship caulkers will bo employed The company will repair Its own boats and barges Henry A Petter who was president of the old Dry Dockscro is at the head of another company which has been organized to aerate a docks here f s t TO ERECT SLAP IN MEMORY Place Where General Feli Will ass Dedication October 10 i SomersetOn October 10 there will be erected a beautiful marble stab on the spot where Gen Zollicotrdr they noted Confederate general felll ii the battle of Mill Springs on January 1S62 The dedicatory services lll ber In charge of CoL Bennett H Young- of Loulsvlllci who Is at the headof the work of having the Spot wheru Gen Zollcoffer fell marked by ibeau Uful slab There falarg i tree standing on the spotwhich asp one mile west of the National cenetcrr and about nine miles west of Somer set where Gen ZoIIIcotrer is said to have fallen and which is knovnas Zollicoffer tree and which isdecorat- ed every year in honor of the dead heroA t The occasion of the dedication ot the memorIal slab will be one ofrgreat interest and will be attended by noted war veterans from different parts oJ the country Cola Bennett H Young took thlso matter up Rome years egoand had W G Trimble of this place deed away a plot Qf ground for this purpose Trimble having been the owner of the ground on which the ttUe was fought Several efforts have been i aP by congressmen from the Elevenfh trict to have congresS make appropria tion for the building ofa fine turnpike from Somerset the nearest rail road Jointto the Mill Springsbattle field and the National cemetery 7 MAY APPEALCJSE Jailers Association Selected Commit tee to Confer With Attorneys LondonThe Kentucky Jailersass- ociation held an interesting two days session This was the fourth annual convention and was the largest inat tendsnce ever held i the state The nett meeting will be held at NeW Car tie Henry county the first Tuesday in September 1911 Jailer lames E Pigg or this city spared no pains in seeing that the visitors were entertained At the opening of their Circuit Judge William Leyviadeliverednn tn teresting and appropriate ot welcome W S Fitzgerald of Danville jailer of Boyle county was reelected press dent ot the association for the third r timer J S Mullins of Winchester was chosen secretary to succeed W r Ahern of Lexington A per diem committee v selected to confer with attorneys with ayiew to taking to the court of appeals the1 decision of the attorney general tCl the effect that the present incumbents lenot entitled to the increased per diem of 75 cents as provided in the bill passed by the laSt Kentucky legislaturet e WILL SOON COMPLETE PIPE LINE i4 Wallf card of control of charitable Instttu ions aid In charge of the details Int- cldent to the extension of the pipe line from the Louisville reservoir to the Lakeland asylum was here for several days looking after the details of the extension It was the purpose of the board to have the Work corn pdeted by the first of October but oW ing toa few delays In securing rights of way it likely will be nearer themid dIe ot October before the work Is cod pleted Judge Wall saId no objection had been raised by residents along the but that all the obstacles encofoute had been In the proving of a the titles which necessarily must be done before the rIghts or waY can be obtained 1 t As sqon as all the titles havebeen proved nd the rights of way ft ed the board will let a contract forth laying of the pipe line and the work Y likely will be completed within two weeks after the contract is awarded IEILLED IN PITCHED BATTLE t r HarlanIn a pitched battle between Stephen Ledford Cater tJrithank and Thomas Noe jr at Wallins Creek eight miles west ot here StePhen Led ford was shot and instantly killed re ceiying eight revolver wounds Inliis i body Carter Unthsnk was shot In the I upper part of his left thIgh and died three hours later These three persons had been together all day and seemed to beIL excellent terms Late in the evening they left WalUns Creek pqstomce and started Up Terrys creek when they arrived at a point inthe road whereA the affray began Thomas was arrested by Sheriff J S Kelly who left here for that Place as soon as he received intelligence ot the tragedy l- EddYvilleAlonzo Gray Spunk i CreedmoreBartley Creedmore Claude Murphy Bayless Mitchell and Merrick were Indicted for wiiltghmur der and Byron Hawkins and Jamey Bozarth for manslaughter in connection with the killing at LamaSco rrt cently or Axiom Cooper Ii tenant oi the arIJ1 of Milton Oliver LouisvilleEvery afternoon and evening during the week of the Statea fair theta will be a special program at the Model County scholhotse Ins charge ol the Kentucky Fed raUo of Womens clubs The topics will OO of Importance to school inteiests xis to parents HartfotdBrfgham Youngi rii rineenl1lne rwho is chargedwitb killing qapt TK Bowles ott1 sri jImohas been released on 100 fond ti 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAYSEPTEMBER2I 1910I iilIJiBeTht nature way ofpalal tLmt etroog and r toNature dicta t seem to thinkmuchabout leather when she plaaaed that way for ti its urprinl Low quickly a can run through hie shoat c Yea cant let arouad nature The beat plan the most economical shin to do is to let I Se 78W Lay the etrOBfelt most durable shoe you can LuytLe j IairilyI for Boys hOOI8Oi = I= 1 I These shoes are made of the belt leather es 1llCIt oYllbos are made by the welt processthe best known methodof g j 1 fastening soles and uppers together The girls shoes are made in both II welt and turn sole II They are made on good fitting lasts and will not hurt the feet or injure 1 their shape Both boys and girls shoes are dressy arid attractive looking I= pith wotiderfut wearing q h = These Shoes are well worth 3 but in order to intro e2 50IIduce them am Iuffering them at the extra low price of Try They a PairP JaTHOMA S II ii 1 umIIIIIIuurnn JIIIIlltl 1Nill Vplfill IIII hYIPRIN6FIELD SUN IHUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance L SMITH Editer and Psbllsker faiteied at the poatolce at Spnngtield KYlfor transmission through the lIB as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION J eyear fLO- UJOBtN 50 TkleeMontha h 2 i IEMOCIATIC TICKET FoR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON iIStore Robbed t J J The stare of L E Perkins at Card well was broiten into on Friday night- last entrance being gained through a i window About 700 fas taken from the money drawer A Ieyto the front door was taken from themoneydrawer which enabled the burglars to make an sale the Three4 Year old mare mines Two 3 yearold horse mules Five 2 yearold mare muleS FIve yearling mare mules One 3 year old horse One horse t Three brood mares and colts One 3year old brood mare Two ragistered Shorthorn cows shorthorn Hull One shorthorn heifer Three grade cows Jersey old steer Tw yearling steers Four grade calves Two Jarsey HeIfers Four Brood Sows f Poland China Boar 42 Feeding Hogs 100 to 200 pounds One new Case 2Px50 wind stacker and feederi of Yesterday was a day of unalloyed pleasure for the old soldIers and the large of friends of the vetet ans who met on the place of Squire Nimrod Hendren for the annual rCunion of the old soldiers A very large from thIs and adjoining coun ties was jn attendance to enjoy the oc andImight meet again A and bountiful repast was served afterward d patriotic songS were sung and theid dresses made The speakers were Wallace Rogers Ricketts Boulware Chas Haydon Walter Clements 1 Ii Day and Prof Geo H Ctlvin The inspiring and patriotic utterances of the speakers and their to the old soldiers drew tor h frequent applause from the interested audience I- To the credit tor these is due and it Is to be hoped that for years to come the veter ans may meet In the beautiful grove on his place How Good News eel am 70 years old and travel most of the time writes B F Tolson of goII owe my health and vitality yervtlmp andInerves work wonder tor weak rundown men and women strength vigor Trythemitively by Haydon Rob ertsonPUBLIC saLE- HofLive Stock land Farming Implements milesEastTHURSDA Y OCT 6 191010oc1ocK a m offer for to thehighestbidder following personal property yearold 45One registered registered cow- Twoyear Separator poweri Reunion Veterans gathering assemblage delightful references reunions Spreads excellent sratortng guaranteed At Hay Bal r 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 hill with fertilizer attachment 1 new wheat and orchard grass fan- Two corn shellere One new Cider Mill Four Hay Frames 1 Disc Harrow 1 seeding harrow 1 roller 2 Cutting Boxes 1 corn cutter Two pair wIre stretchers l Scrapers 1 Tank 1 Buggy 1 RunaboutIPlows Tools 160 Tons of Hay 2000 bushels of CoI11to bp delivered at the scales on the farm Terms ofSaleAU sums under 11 Cash Over that amount on a credltofslxmonths with note with good personal security and interest from date of sale and due andpayable at eIther bank Springfield DINNER ON THE GROUijDS eerL A BURNSENGLISH ctio r r DrGT Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work StrIctly First class Springfield Ky tnce to flagon Block up stairs local News Notes Miss Nannie Baker sister of Richard and Thomas Baker died Monday and was buried yesterday at Hillsboro Her death Was caused by general infirmity The Washington Royal Arch Chapter R AM will meet Monday evening Sept 26th 1910 to elect officers for the ensuing year Brine your rituals The Springfield Council No 52 R 1S M will meet FrIday evening the of September 1910 to elect offic ers for the ensuing year The county assessors Messrs OBry- an and MItchell have started on their annual assessment tour throughout the county A dense fog enveloyed Sprin field and vicinity Tuesday nigh and this morn SeptemberIsun soon VI- Sitor Tempest and Sunshine a dramatization of Mary J lolmes popular novel will be seen at the Opera House Friday night ept23lh comedy is amusing and the love story prettily toldI The Dixie Vaudeville Co wIll appear is hlghclass vaudeville at the Opera House one week commencing Monday Sept 26 This is one ot the best vau deville shows on the road and will no doubt draw large crowds Rev Mr King has so far recovered from his recent illness as to be able to resume his duties at the Methodist church Rey Mr Roe of Bardstown occupied the pulpit on Sunday morning and evenmg last Mrs Mari a Janeta wife of Thos Jane dIed last week at the home of Lewis Jan s near Fredenckstown KY aged 71 years Before her marriage Mrs Jan s was a Miss Mont olnervamem bet of the North Washington count family of that name While in town next Monday call in andrenew your subscription to The Sun and give us an extra dollar and get the benefit of fir specIal offer VIZ The Evening Post three months Home and Farm one year Good Housekeeping one year and Uncle Remuses Magazine one year Thegreatest offer ever made The colored people of the county held their annual fair the last three days of last week aniiptyD ved to beone of the most successful ever given by the 1dca- lolored Fair As siation The exhlh tions were close anJ the rings were welt filled The crowd were good and the best of order maintained during the entire three days I FOR SALE OR RENTA farm con taming 118 acres Good dwelling ten ant hguse 3 good barns good orchard good nd for all kinds of crops during 1911 This is one of the best tobacco farms in the county For further particulars call on or address S P DERRINGER rSprinKfield Ky FOR SALEAbeautiful lot op Main Street east of Methodist church having a frontage on siad Street ot 53 feet and extending north to alley For Ptrticu lars call on Miss Lizzie Le- eNotice Hennessy Baker having dissolvedI partnership have placedin my collection all accounts for seasons to their Horses and Jacks and to the Jack Stonewall All persons indebted to them will please come to see me at once and settle or I shall have to take legal steps to collect the unpaid ac counts MARSHALL DUNCA- NNOTICEAll persons indebted to the old firm of Mchlroy Shutz are hereby notified to call and settle et once and save cost Books to be found at Shultz Cleavers Hardware Store Mound City paints may cost a little more but Mr Leo Haydon For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments can on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB 4rEQ G GOWDY Prop We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good tobacco farms stock farms all kinJs of farms See us for city property in Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky The L des Aid Society of Christian Church will serve dinner County Court day in September Patronage very thankfully received + + + S- s 4 1 New Fall Stylesfit + tiniLadiesTailored Suits and Skirts +Et Young Mens Suits Overcoats shoes Hats and Shirts in the Latest Z F aiPatterns and Cuts t Special Low Prices On 9x12 Rugs Carpets Mat tings Linoleutns Draperies and Lace Curtains reduced 298HRemnants cfitIA Mens Boys SUits at Half tiF tLot ofMens Hats at Half Price 1 The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE co1 D7CORPORATE- + SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY + + +++ ++ + + + ++ + ++++ To say that advertising dont pay may be good logic for those who talk through their hats but fact 3are stubborn things Last week Messrs Hagan Allen advertised their farm of 1171 acres for sale in the columns of the Springfield Sun and no less than three applications were in as many days at this office for information resulting m the sale of the farm to one of the applicants a Mr Best at 75 per acre possesaton to be given on Jan 1st Moral in the Sung the paper the public reads Bury the croaker out in the wood in a beautiful hole in the ground where the woodpeCker pecks and humble bee bums and the straddle bugs straddle around He is no good to the live cIty push too unpractical stingy and dead but he wants the whole earth andall of its crust and the stars that shine ov erhead Then hustle hIm off to the bumblebees roost and bury him deep in the around hes of no use here get him out of the way and make room for the man that is sound In order tQ settle up the estate of the late Thos Reed his heirs on last Sat urday sold the old Reed home place near WillisQurg The farm consisted of two tracts and contained 213k acres and sold for an average of 8185 per acre which is a good price considering itsremoteness from town It is one of the most desirable places in the county The sale wt1s well attended and was cried by Capt T ll Eng lish E W Scrugta purchased the home tract and J P Willett thesmall- er tract across the pike I MrW F Bookerour County ClerkIi is in mourning today driving horse Dick cashed in hence Mr Bookers grief VntiJ a few months ago Dick had been the old plodder an easy going family horse but about that time he tried to run away and succeeded so well that he decided he was young again Since then he has been qUite frisky and yesterday tried to jump a telephone pole or something of that kirylwitli the result that he was stab bed ir the abdomen so seriously that he died Mr Bcoker is partially consoled in thin tile Wright Bros have him an airship to use in his travels Farm for Sale Containing abuut 100 acres 45 acres in grass 8or 10 in timber never fall mg water frame good barn 1 mile from railroad convEJnient to school church etc For fu ter information call on Dr E McIntyre Woodland Ry TWo fine Farms SQld Joe Thomas has sold his farm situated on the St Rose pike four miles from town to Lawrence ODamel for 14000 This place is a part of the B P Hill place and was bought by Mr Thomas from John Donahoe about two ago The farm sold contains 203 aeres Possession will be given Jan 1 1911 Lawrence ODaniel has sold his farm containing 20S1 acres to J R Hill for 9000 This farm is situated oil the St Rose turnpike about 4 miles from town Possession will be given Janu ary 11911Lebanon EnterprIse V We have a few Ladles Wash Tailored + Suits worth iS0 to per suit z Many barKans to offer in and Odds and Ends in the different de partments i j few and left Price t + + + + + received Advertise although proffered dweiling years + + +++ ++ I Public Sate Renting iOn Saturday ef1910 f atlJO po m t+ At Fredericktown Washington County Ky e + I will sell to the highest bidder all my Stock and Farmig Imple fit ments and a lot of Household and Kt pen Furniture Stock isone 4F oodwprkmul f year old one 5 yeaiold work horse lextralarge tt44nice brood mare In foal by Jack l large yearling mare mule 2 sows and 14 pigs 2 yearling steers etc 1good rubber tire bUggy some corn and hay AU kinds of farming impleilents i LIBERAL TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE W 4This sale will be without reserve orbvbld ae 1 am closing out business wAlso at same time and place if not rented privately before will upland+ grass for balance of year 1910 tit JOE R ONNORS M Campbell Auctioneer + +++ ++Tba + ++++Htsun 4p Courig oLLM Ta Pifqf l4 a =1N per Jeur 10 OffOn All CookingSloves Iand RangesI lineII 10 per cent on lall Rangest BeginIK stoves to be crated before shipped and x dud will raisethe price from 10 to 25 1 per cent on the stove You now have chargesIvantage ofthe 10 per cent discount we I are now offering you Come in and take a 10Qk over our line of goods we twill be glad 10 show you whether you buy orn t Respectfully ii Shultz Cleaver f i 1 SPRINGFIELDTHE SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2rI ro S PublicSaleI L OFI aluableLiveSt ck 0 on the farm of I H Thurman in the edge of Springfield Ky We will sell to the highest bidder the followingLive Stockon j OCTOBER i- REGISTERED 1910 f CATTLE including bulls tr f JERSEYStr 39 head highgrade Jersey Heifers aU bred to very fine Registered bull i k REGISTERED SADDLE STOCK Registertf MULEMARE4 best mule mares in the county two of them three ear olds 6yCounty Member rtr r JACKS AND MULES f Two very fine yearling Jacks and some year ing mules I HOGSetr 4bout Forty pure bred Duroc Jersey Gilts j l t lunch serve at lIam and sale begins promptlyatll30a m t foodtthis will bean absolute sale of everything putup without any sort of by biddenI- Y f W t THURMAN PETERS SUP SEE M-Ell you are thinking or having a sale this t fill CampbelllVALLEY HILL JI c1f1L hl As moat of our citizens attended the State Fair during the nast week news items are hard tp locate Mrs H M GtFatley and mother Mrs Offutt visited relatives at Science Hall u4 ThurSday Messrs J C Hughes and J B G- oatIley attendej the Fair last week Mrs M Reed VISIted relativeS near Springfield last week end t Mrs E S Goatley are ree fceiing congratulations over the arrival t home recently of a ten pound J daughter Edward and Jeff Goatley have begun their fall butchering Aocertai young gentleman = of this section has announced his intention of ceasing to raise tobacco forever That seems rather forceful doesnt iU- Hutwell its a good idea I think spentThursdavFrom the outlook it is evident that Sprjngfields prosperity has been a lure for the country folks Gee but there IS a bunch goin to tQWI next year A severe electrical storm passed over this section Sunday night doing consid enable damage Much rain followed injuring the tobacco that had been cut and was yet in the patch Mr and Mrs TC Tatum have ra turned to their home after a weeks yiuitto relativEs in LouisVille Take Hines one of our young men who IS making good in the Theological Seminary at Bowling Green preached several sermons at this place last week He returned to college Monday Mr ant Mrs M Reed visited rela tives at Springfield Monday Ill luck seems to have struck James Moran Jr as he has had two valuable horsps badly hurt during the past two weeks one being kicked the other hay ingits patella joint out of place Your complexionas well as your tem per is rendered miserable by a disord erptl liver By taking Chamberlains Stomach and LIver Tablets you can im prove both Sold by all druggists t M AlleyxvzFor Sale or Rent I uiSAs our other business rep t t quires all our attention we Ii2 g have decided to sell or rent I4our bowling alleys They Ialleys are in first class con difion and is a moneymak ing business Leachman Camp bell s iFurniture Store I4 Death of Mrs Drewry On Thursday Sept lb 1910 the death angel visited our home and sum monsed our beloved mother Elizabeth Drewry She died at the home of her yearSIDickGraves JIm Steele John Best Messrs Smith and Oscar Drewry The funeral services were conducted at MackviUe Friday afternoon by Rev Hatehett Farewell 3dear mother sweet thy rest wearyawith years and worn wIth pain ftrewell till in some happy Place we shall behold thy face again Tis ours to miss thee all our years and tender memories of thee keep thine in the Lord to rest for so Hegiyeth his beloved sleep A Granddaughter ADeaths at Bardstown I JasIlast Saturday after several weeks Ill ness of spinal meningitis aged 38 years The funeral services were conducted at the Christian church Sunday afternoon and the remains were interred in the Barjstown cemetery The deceased is survIved by her husband and a Baug- htrr who have the sympathy of their mans friends here Miss Nora Hurst the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Monroe Hurst ot- Bardstowll died Sunday after several months illness of typhoid Lever aged about 22 years Funeral services were conducted Tuesday at the Catholic church and the remains laid to rest In St Josephs cemetery The deceased will be well remembered in Springfield where she made frDquentvisits To Tobacco PoolersA- ll tobacco poolers are hereby notI fied that precinct elections will be held at each voting precinct in the county at 2 p m on next Saturday Seat 24 for the purpose of electing a precinct chairman to represent his precinct and the precinct chairmen so elected are to meet at Springfield Octi for the pur pose of electing a director or county ehalrman Saved A Soldiers fife Facing death from and shell in the civil war was moreagreeable to J A Stone of Kemp Tex than facing it from what dactors said was consum ption Itl contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck tome in spite of allremedies for years My weIght ran dawn to 13J pounds Then I began to use Dr completelyFor Coughs Colds LaGrip Asthma Hemorrhage Hoarseness Croup Whooping Cough and lung trouble its sup reme 6Oc 100 Trial bottles fret Guaranteed by Haydod and Robertson I JJST IW V STALLARDD D 5 I SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH- EXTRACTED WITHOUT Pain Sr Danger Done In this office Is first andjuaOver McElroy SLaders Grocerys ODDDDODDDDDD0 0oNotesc D O 0oVIsitors In and Out of Townk D Round Up of the Weeks o Personal News 0uMrs Smith Harlow and little son of Bardstown are the guest tlf Mr and Mrs J S Claybrooke Mr and Mils T S M yes left yesterday for Oklahoma to be gone about three weeks fMrs W Trusty andchildren spent the week end with Mrs Alice Miler of New Hope Rev and Mrs W A Wolfe are visiting relatives near Covingtoo Mr and MrS Leo HaYdon attended the funeral of Mrs Jas Beard at Bardstown Sunday Earnest Thompson of Bardstown spent Sunday here Dr J Br R Bards of ofHatrbdsbur was in town Tuesday RevWA Wolfe and L H Bell baum and wife attended the revival meeting at Mac vIle Thursday J D Rayier of Hardstown spent Sunday with his wife and baby her Lillie and Nanme Simms IMisses and Friday in Louisville Wathen Simms and Dr W V Stallard were aMackvi1le Sunday MIss Prudie Parrott has returned home from VIsit to friends in Louis ville MISS Virginia Wathen has return ed home after a vihtto friendsrnLou isville Miss Carrie Long and Mr Cuts St Louis attended the MeChord Will dams wedding Miss Mayme Allen and brother Rue spent last week in LouisVille G 0 Duncan reached home Sun day night after a weeks business trip to Cincinnati Messrs Robert Noe J R Barber W B Spears S J Anderson J H Day Prof George Colvin Ricketts Boulware Wallace Rogers and Chas Haydon Jr were among those from thIS place who attended the reunion at Squire Hendrens yesterday Among those who attended the State Fair last week were Messrs F B Noe J R Noe Dr W F Trusty N G Leachman Ben HaydonJr W Go Roberts T I McElroy J C Greene and G iDe Robertson Jr Ml1I L H McLaughlin accomp anied b Mr and Mrs Ott visited the State Fair at Louisville the latter part of lastwek They returned Sunday erening Mr SamJ Allen of the Sun office his been appointed local representative of the Costnopolitan and other standard magazines Miss Loura Butler of New Hope Ala is visiting her sister Mrs W D Claybrooke Judge Beard of TaYlorsville as in Springfield one day this week Lebanon Election Void The recent local option elec lon at Lebanon which was won by the wets was set aSide by the Contest Board on the ground that the electIOn was illegally called Skin and Scalp Troubles Yield to Zemo A tlean Liquid Preparation fOr External Use The Leo Hayden Drug Co are so con fident that ZEMO wIll rid the skin or scalp of infant or grown person of pim pies blackheads dandroff eczema prickly heat rashes hives IVY poison or other form of skin or scalp eruption that they will gIve your money back if you are not entirely satistJed with the results obtained from the use of ZEM The first application will give prom relief and show an improvemeet and i every instance where used persistently WIn destroy the germ life leaving the skin in a clean healthy conditIon Let us show you proof ot some r markable cures made by ZEMQ and give you a 32 page booklet on how to preserve the DrugICo s fitit I ublt Sale iBe inning at I oclockti m on our farm 5 miles from SPr na eld on the Valley Hilland Springfield turnpike tititwe viii offer fr sale to the highest bIdder allof ourS tit par nership stock towit on i Wednesday SEPT 281910 4head 1100 lb steers 20 head yearling steers I ref istered shorthorn cow and calf 3 registered shorthorn +heifers I extra shorthorn bull I jersey cow and calf 50 head extra good Southdown sheep 2 yearling South down bucks 35 75lb shoats I sow and 9 pIgs t reIis tered Duroc sows and pits 2 sows due to pig Oct 1st Z othoroughbred Duroc boars ready for service Poland fit China boar Jyearold mare mule two 4yearold horse + mules mule colt I 6yearold mare in foal to jack a safe driver nice 2Yearold gelding I blind mare + TERMSAll sums of io and under cash Over Iamount on a credit oJ6 months note with good security and bearing 6 per cent interest will IthatreqUIred Goddard 6riJ Y an Sister- S M CAMPBELL Auctioneer 444444 44Il tDeath ofMrs Crume rThe death of Mrs Fanny Crume whIch occurred Thursday September 8 at the home of her daughter Mrs H D Stiles of Danville Ky is mourned bv a large circle of devoted friends and in their heartbreaking sorrow and in tcalculable loss the Immediate family has the earnest sympathy of the entire community This estimable woman IS survived by two daughters and three sons They are Mrs Frank Sprague- of Cincinnati Mrs H D Stiles DanvillerMessrs P Burr and J Ro ert Crume Bardstown and Dr Erne t Crume of Frederickstown Interment in Poplar Flatcemetery Mrs Crume was not aged even for buft was young In buoyant irl d and as rpponsive in temperament as others at a much less advanced age and this because of the devoted unself ishness of her entire Ufe She lived nut for herself but for others this testimo- fly all who knew her gladlyand sincere ly indorse The funeral services were conducted In Botland Christian church Friday morning Rev Mashblirne pastor of the Bardstown Baptist chuch of- fieiating dnd were attended by an mEOse concourse of sorrowing relatives and friends Other relativds in this CIty are Misses AnnIe and Mandy Cruma Bardstowp Standard How to Get Copy ofIAll The rameLaws Ji Write to the United States pepart ment of Agriculture which every year publishes a list of officials in charge StateslandTerntories years list can be had free of char by addressing the SUterintandent o Documents Department of Agriculture Washington D C From this hat yo can obtain first hand information whic will enable you to secure game laws from any section of the country you desire Fresh Every DayII Hot Rolls- Light Bread- Cream Bread Rye Bread and all kinds of Fancy Cakes- By calling us ink at eleven = Stubborn As MuleS seemtotroubleLoss of Appetite = ntJteButNew Life PIlls the wprldabeet stOm- ach and LiVer remedy So euy15cat Haydan Robertsons A Word to the Wise A recent issue of the Knoxvil Son tine contained an entIre ft oL six teen pages devoted to the adY8rtiee tblot of business plodders who will whine out I took in ten dollars to d y whats theuse of advmrtisingP A ingwould probabl have raised that tee Johnsthat caliber cant see it 5o Reason For Voubt c A Statement of Facts Backed By a Strong Guarantee t We guarantee complete relief to alf sufferers from constipation Is every case where we fail we will sUl plYltte medicine free Rexall Orderlies are a gentle effect ive dependable and sale bowel regulator strengthener and tonic They reestablish natures functions le a quit easy way They do not cause any io t convenience griping or nausea Tb ya- re so pleasant to take ands work seo easily that they rosy be taken by any one at lv time They thorcxigljlytone 1ip the Whole system to healthy activi tyRexall Orderlies are unsurPassabl and ideal for the use of children okIJ folks and delicate persons We cannot too highly recommend them toall suf constipationtand loc Remember you caB obtain oahLeo Haydon Drug Co The Sun and CourlerJouaal ua I1ELEPHONEI 69 c And your order wil 6e promptly attended to and delivered BROnI of tMWJ1enGR PfJUIC f t r I 0 t t rngt nl I OYwLs trtpiitisYany ONE thousand Zurich women have declared foruni l versa suffrage It Is a recent movement there though ot1er Swiss cities svt been interested for some time to the much mQoted question Alto gether tin little country has 17000 advocates for giving women the ballot Recently the women of Zurich canton petitioned the state for the right tq acts as jurors on a case in which a woman was the defendant Their re quest was refused Later with char acteristic wise bravery they sent in another petition to the legislature ask Irlg the right to sit In judgment on special courts such as are held In France for adjusting differences between mistress and maid and other eases where differences arise between r a woman employ r and a woman em ployee While this too was denied Parliament admitted the sexs eliglbll- t1 tosuch an office We are not talking much about it said the vice president of the Zurich Woman Suffrage society Fraulein HOBDeger lest publicity frighten the State Into retarding the concession It 1s no much ot a gain but she added with true suffrage optimism It is a Me forward If we had made that de- t maxi WB years ago when to speak of our haTing 1he1ballot wu to be laugh edat as a dreamer our petition would got have got past the porters desk Buy a city llatwu the flrstdnEilrope to open Its university 0 women will not finally deny us our citizens iCtM Switzerland has no womens clubs But while he suffragists are one line anoth ir body of women is working for philanthropy l gro of young women representing the fore nost Zurich families has organized this year a practical training school where members study r he needs of poor children and thereby help to fetter their unfortunate lot WO are endeavoring to Interest our young girls f leisure and education In this work said one ot the prOmoters Fraulein Fertz herself a beautiful earnest and cultured young woman The medical InsPector of schools is assisted by this guild Children of the poor receive two full meals gratis In Swiss schools and If the mothers of these chil- drenbe employed at outside wcrk until a late aour the guild takes charge of the little ones Through the Influence of this guild a law was passed last year by which a guardian Is appointed fop Illegitimate children and this guardian can colitpel the father of a deserted child to contrib ute to Its support If the mother be under age also she too becomes n ward tJf this guardian A similar organization to the Zurich guild exists In German clUes and by a similar state law the ab sconder of motal obligations Is traced easily and extradited To women Is due the large number of temperance restaurants exIsting In Switzerland Frau Professor OrelUe ot Zurich is the originator of this movement Socialism Is spreading In Switzerland though how a country governed by the referendum system can be possibly more democratic passethun dorstandlng Made up of three races German French and Italian socialists of these kindred nations have entered Switzerland and scattered broadcast seeds of discontent In the brave beau ful little republic Zurich has led in every movement ot its history It was the storm center of the Protestant Refor 1sherehave dominated the town for eight centuries ho preached the Protestant crusade and was the churohalast Catholic pastor and its first Protes tant neo High up in ono of the towers isaquaint seated figure or Charlemagne the legendary founder of Grossmuenster chapter Back of the Cathedral are the cloisters which pow form part of n girls seminary Jjn an old chapel across the road is an Interest in collection ot articles relating to the Reformation Including letters written by Calvin Luther and Zwlngll each remarkably distinct There Is also one by Lady Jane Grey her penmanship ts legible as print and she wrote the letter In Latin Back of this little chapel called tho Water turcb- is a splendid bronzp statue pr Zwingli Zurich Is the capital or the anton of Zurich and is situated at the north end of Lake Zurich It Is the largest city In Switzerland The old tradi tional town with Its narrow steep streets and its high dark houses lies on both banks of the Llm root The rest of the city has spacious thorough rees and splendid buildings The lake quays In tho JUene Stadt are very attractive Near their L northern end is the fine Tonhalle a popultl modem concert building and pleasure palace In the vicinity or their southern end Is the beautiful Belvolr park Near the Tonhalte the stately hnhorstrasseieadsCromThe bridges are striking Adjacent to the fine Munster bridge Is the Wasserkirche on the right bank containing the city library with 130000 volumes fWd over 5000 manuscripts It preserves VatifIantnaturea Further north h the Rude n OF ilY N ryFNE1GN80RN0oD frrsi with the national edu cational exhibit rind the estalozzi cabinet The modern Catholic Church of Our Lady ts a magnificent basilicas The Church ot St Peter holds the tomb of- Iavator I who was its pastor The town hall in the German Renaissance dates from 1694 The university and the famous federal pOlytechnic with their numerous Institutions laboratories and clinics are In the northern part ot Grosse Stadt Switzerland Is the most mountainous country of Europe threefourths of Us area being covered with mountains The grandeur ot the scenery has been pictured and described innumerable times With the exception of certain portions of Amer- Ica there Is nothing In the world to equal it In beauty The central and southern parts are occupied by the Swiss Alps which spread over nearly threefifths of the entire area The Tura Mountains cover the northwestern portions ot the country HtUetoVtlpresent during a weekend musical fete In which singing socletiqs from the country and from neighboring Bavarian towns were present in numbers exceeding 2011Switzerland having only the summer time for holidaying has organized a movable saengerfest by which each town tnd city gets Us share of gay song and jolly VisltotB AU the cantons were represented at Elnsldem and every house was decorated with Swiss Colors scarlet and white Early in the afternoon the open air concert began It Was held In the vast sloping square In front of the Benedictine abbey The assembling of the singers was picturesque Each canton carried n banner Individual societies carried great horns filled with flowers and the women singers wore white gowns and crimson sashes As the quiet wellbehaved little place has but one policeman the fire brigade turned out to give a semblance of civic authority also to serve as a guard ot honor And while thQ marchers wore massing around the conductors box a cannon was kept firing a vigorous welcome The bright Swiss decorations on the quaint gabled houses the gay Sunday dress of the women the encir cling mountainstho nearby ones dark green the distant peaks snow tipped edelwetss decked made a splendid bId world pictures And the definite note was the ancient abbey of Elnsiedeln which called the town Into being and which is one of tho celebrated shrines of Europe Tie abbey church known as Notre Dame des Ermltes Is a grand basilica the edifice flanked on either side with monastery buildings Since the year 934 the abbey of Elnsledelnhas h hUh hu u u Housekeeping in Hanko Among our many wanderings our housokeup trig In Hankow was an experience f never had betorenor after writes Florence Gilbert In tko New Idea Womans Magazine We hayo five or six servants That sounds fine but before pass Ing judgment you should have experIence with them Tho peace of mind of the mistress do peuds largely on her number one boy the head servant who 1fetnclent Is likely to have come rrbm Nlngpo He Is a tall Impressive personage who wears a blue cotton coat fastening on the side and reaching to his ankles without which he must never appear In his employers presence disrespecttohanging decorously down the back The house coolie at work may sometimes twist his cue around his head but the boy never Throws the toy the orders aro usually Issued fromthethe No2 boy the hou coolie who is the only one with enough work tQ do to keep him node whoist 1 preserved an unbroken line from the first prince abbot Eberhard Duke of Franconla to the present head Abbe Colomban I It Is the only Cath olic church In the world not dedicated by human hands the legend Is that Christ himself performed the act Pinsiedeln and vicinity were known as the Some bre Forest away back in the eighth century when a holy hermit Melnrad the son of Prince Berthold- of Hohenzollern built for himself a cell In which he lived many years He was murdered by bri gands to whom ho had offered hospitality and whO had hoped to find concealed treasures all alley got was a chalice and some books Ravens whose evil characteristics had been disarine bY ampanland picking at the villains heads The strange actions of the Irate birds attracted the townspeo pies atteption and they questioned the murderers who terrified acknowledged their crime In the Einsiideln Abbey coatofarms aia two rrens When the noble edifice was erected over the hermits cell the walls of tho cell were enclosed in black marble and made into a chapel It stands in the pave of the church and while plain in style ttdesignthe renowned statute of the Black Madonna bronze and many hundreds of years old The chapel Is known as the Holy Chapel because of the remarkable legend regarding its dedication This Is the story On September 14 94S Saint Conrad bishop of Constanco carne et the invitation of Abbot Eberhard to consecrate the new church Ho was attended by the EnPeror Othon the Empress Adelaide and a large retinue of clergy and courtiers As they knelt preparatory to beginning the ceremony suddenly the became illuminated with a celestial brilUancy and before the altar stood the Savior performing the office of dedicatIon assisted by the four evangelists At the right and left of the divine ceJebrant angels swung censers which emitted thousandsweet perfumes to apostle Saint Peter and the Pope Saint Gregory the Great held the vestment of the hehv y pointifY and Saint Stephen and Saint Lawrence who were the first deacons of the church tel bo martyred acted as deacon and subdeacon An angelic choir conducted by the archangel Saint Michael sang glorIous music and before the altar knelt the beautiful virgin legendhascation he was stopped by a voice that cried out three times dlstlnctly Cease brother this chapel has been consecrated by God himself charmIngloveliest piece of water In Switzerland then n mounthinscovered with fragrant newmown bay J = ploy ers digestion The cooks chief business Is torhismarketbasketseesGoatorbeefalivemoreappetizingand smefid the Yang tse water neetcovegetablesandIn addition to the supplies which can bo onesdietUnitedStatesbyEuropeanschants from Indiaor even Chinese While expensive they are not quito sUch prohibitive lux EnglishmissipnaryMother I suppose the kng hasainned things eat evei da t PLACE WHERE ZOLA RESTS Great Writers Remains LIe In the PalJtheon the Terrestrial Valhalla of the French Paris Years of effort made Emile Zola a great wrIter and earned for him the prospective honor of a grave In the Pantheon the Westminster ab bey of Franco One little letter took him that privilege Then a court de- chiion made it possible ten years after th letter was written for his bodr to rest with Frances immortal onus under the legend on the pantheons dome To Great Men the Grateful Fatherland Zola died in 1902 from accidental suffocation by coal gas esbaping from a patent heated Literary glory came to Zola through his great worKs La Sebacle La Fortwn de Rougon Ill a The Pantheon Paris VAssommolrDr pascal Paris Lourdes Rome and Fecundity The rJaccuse letter OJ te Dray rws case set tr1 back ten pears In this letter tine writer accused army and civil officials of criminally con niving to place the guilt of treasona ble correspondence on Captain Drey fus The government had Zola tried anp sentenced on defamation charges to serve one year in prison Zola was assaulted In the streets of paris by his countrymen Four year after his death the highest court of France do tided that Dreyfus was no guilty and Zolas Jaccuse letter when read in the courtroom by Dreyfuss lawyer was applauded and cheered SoZola dead has received honors which Zola living was refused The Pantheon is the terrestrial Val greatjcrosnearly 300 feet high It standS on a hill on the Latin quarter side of the Seine on the site of a Christian church built 1200 years ago As most living Frenchmen crave the Cross of thai Legion of Honor or admission to the French academy so most Frenchmen long for that greatness which demands a burial in the Pantheon And Zola has WIRELESS MESSAGES ANCIENTj Natives of Africa Communicate Over J Distance of Seven Mlles by a Code of Drum Signals Johannesbuyg LaMany strange trIbes dwell In the Interior of Africa and queer indeed are some ot their waysOno tribe the Batetela has long used a method of sending com munlcaffons between its several villages that Is unique and well YorthI consideration A wooden used and the wireless message can be picked uP or heard seven miles away It Is amazIng The drum used by the Batetela for sending messages In this manner is first cut out from one large solid piece of hard wood Its shape as maybe seen in the illus tration Is Quite peculiar and must require considerable skill In the fash lackJfStill more difficult Is the finishing ot the drums Interior for it has to be hollowed out and all the Work is done through the long narrow opening which shows at the top The shape inside folloWs that outside and much e and care are required in ate atfen I Drtem Signaling In Africa taming that perfection necessary to success In the completed instrument The least check or split In the wooden walls of this Instrument would seri oust impair U It did not destroy Its useulneJs The sticks used tri beating this peculiar drum Iyo at their ends a knob of rubbery To send message the beater wlll ascend a hill In the evening when the air Is still and offers least resistance to the Outward speeding sound waves from his drum The sound created Is very rough when near by Three distinct sounds or notes can be prdduced from each side ot this drum according to where it is beaten These are used to form a syllabic alphabet which permits the natives to transmit messages no mat ter hew complicated they may b AFTER DOCTORS FAILED LydiaEPinkbamsVegeta = Compound Cured er Knoxville IowaI suffered witpains low down in my right side for a year ormore and was so weak and nervous that I could not do m work ISSTOtete rsPink fF r 1 E table and our iiiJ nd letters of di- rectionp have done more for me 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RUr1rMany years ago in consequence of a commercial panic there was a severe run on a dank in South Wales and the small armers jostled each qther in crowds o draw out their money Things we rapidly going from bad to worse when the bank manager 1h t a fit of desperation suddenly bethought hlnlor an expedient By his directions a clerk having h ated1 o me sovereigns tn a fryingpan paid them over the co rater to an anxious a pll cant Why theyre quite hot said the latter as he took them up Of course was the reply what else could you expect They are nly just out of the mold We are coining them by hundreds as fastas we cant Colnlng them thought the simple agriculturists then there is nog fear Qf the money running short With this their cQnfidence revived the Pan is abated and the bank was enabled to weather the stormJOutlining Treatment I want you to take Care of mYr practise while I am away But doctor T have just graduated Have had little experience You dont need it with my fashion able patients Find out what they have been eating and stop 1t Fin out where they have been summering and send em sOIfibwhere else A Purist The Chanticleer cocktaills then gF est drink 1 Such redundancy Call it a Chan Ucleertail t Bringsj Cheer to the breakfast tablet n Post Toasties With Crelt 1 Crispgo1denbrown- Ilcr i ldy bits made from White corn niostA appetizing con fbThe emory Lin ers Postum Cereal Co Ltd Dbttle Creek Mich 4 i r Pri i ftr I pT I I 7 iERIAC29LY 4nHeirc- YlIillions t Br Frederick Reddalo j eAnthor iP The Other c2an etc flhztIonbyRiy1Va1tera CopYrilh by J B LIDpIncott Co SYNOPSIS r1AY1qgng- R1l s his property to the son ot a sister ot Whom he haL heard nothing for years tand whose married name he does not Meleen was married years before put left hIs wife after a quarrel In which he struck her Be learned later that she scenehIftstennis who Is telllng his fiancee Eunice werethece of Carboy Passavant Cozine at RogerHewsheirs ot Meleen He conceals the fact that dISconcerninghistold that te Is tne heir to Andy Meleens millions He wants to marry Eunice atI meetsClarhis Attorney Eunice becomes jealoUs ot w wiltrids attentions to Clara He builds thePassavantsnoger Hews having discovered that Eu AndyMeleenifis own aIvantage He proposes to Eu tworearsattemptsWith her meet with no encourngemen secretaryTheagainrejected WIltridrightful4tune to Eunice and breaks hIs engagement witl Clara CHAPTER XContlnued w foundEunlce in the old parlor but not alone John Trevecca was DOW confined to the house and only ventured out on very line days The girl was bending over him arranging his pillowsas Stennis was announced With a little cry of astonishment she straightened up at the sight of hIm and aftet a slight handclasp stood Idly by while Willonce more It seemed the kindly simple Wilt of oldsat dowr by the side of the sick man and strove to cheer him up But something told Eunice It was not for this or for a merely friendly call that he had come Eunice lie said at length rIsing aii l statiding before her 1 have brought you some wonderful news There has been a dreadful mistake and for these three years past I have be n occupying the place that Is right fully yours The girl stared at him wIth at righted wideopen eyes Dont be alarmed said Wilfrid reassuringly Its nothing to be afraid of I only learned the truth an hour ago and I wanted to be the first to tell you It seems that you are the daughthi of my Undo Andrew we are first cousins you seewhom lie believed to bp dead and all his mot belongs by right to you It Is what h could have wishedif he had knpwn that he had a daughter he would never have thought of me you know So from this moment I retire n your favor The law yers wlll tell you all about It anti I shall Instruct them to turn everything over to you I believe thats all I came to say Eumlc Goodby whichshebefore she could detain hIm by look or word he was gone She took one step hl hIs directfo her arms out stretched in a gestlir of great yearn ing ttered one heartcry Wilt anl the tell to the floor in a dead faintsomethlnc she never dId In her life befor nor has since Then followed for a few days a IJer feet whirl of excitement for Mr Car boy appeared upon the scene and verified In detail aU that Wilfrid had sketched In outline And when It came to considerIng the narrative dovetailed together so astutely by Roger Hews old John Trevecca was able to add many little corroborative details which had lain dormant in Ws memory for years So Eunice Trevecca found herself In all probability the rIchest single woman in America Her first thought was to give her stepfather the best of care and attendance under which his health speedily mended being of a constitution naturally hale and hearty At first Eunice insisted that Wilfrid should share aid share alike Find jag this impracticable she offered to settle a certain definite sum upon him But not a dollar would heaccept say fug that If she would forgive him the large sums he had disbursed during his false tenure he would be content All these attempted negotiations were conducted by the lawyers not once did the cousins meet not a line passed between them a1 treated her too shabbily when I wu wen oft said Wilfrld to himself J cant and wont go hanging WId a out for ft ebaneeJoxe Owwhlnlnc I that our positions are reversed On her part Eunice was hurt and offended that her geherous and kindly meant offers had been so steadily rejected UIt looks as if he wanted to put me- ni the wrong she reflected yet a second thought told her that such was notWiltrids way- CHAPTERXI The summer swooped down on New York in the latter days of June with a rush as is its wont The walls oX the new house on Riverside drive were up to the heavy cornices and the tbtvas closed in for Eunice had given order that the work was not to be stopped nor the original plans one whitaltered Nearly every afternoon she and old John would drive up there after the heat of the day for having made the seductive acquaintance of the Clare mont the old man developed a perfect mania for dining on Its covered piazza aflothere was usually reserved for the ypung beauty and her rough and rugged escort his favorite ornerseat whence they could see the nobl river losing itself in the haze northward On one uf these trIps as they drove slowly past the new mansion Eunice was sure she saw Wiltrid walking away with htsty strides hJs back towards them Poor fellow she sighed How- eh must miss it all What a dreadful hangefor him to go back to the life he always hated so For by dint of careful InquirIes she had found out that Stennis had ap againdoingo five at 18 a week Perhapsfor who may fathom the heart of a maidlt was tie knowledge of this that kept her in town all goIngmerits of several places of which she heardthe Berkshires the Hamptons and even Newportbut John Trevecca seemed very hard to move just then sayTheresWholl see ta Ui ironwork round Ut new hoose it Im away Eunice laughed goodhumoredly Oh well she agreed if you are Contentte8iayIJlleisure before us as you say Ye I UR 0Eunice Means Happy Victory You Know must go somewhere this wInter though or I ih811 be having you on my hands again with that dreadful asthma What do you say to golngto Bermuda to escape the damp and the cold 1 Any place sos theres plenty 0 warm sllnshln he would answer and she let him bif for the present with that understanding So the torrId months ot July and August sUpped bY and September came In with the Dog star dyIng herd Despite the heat they really were very comfortable in their new abode high up In one of the great apartment hotels overlookIng the park Eunice had never appeared lovelier All her good points were enhanced by the pretty toilets In which she felt she could now indulge and rUh feminine quickness she oOIi adapted hersell and her personal adornments to her new circumstances Of one thIng she was secretly very glad Vllfrlds beautiful ring which had been otten out of place in the latitude of Mac dQugal street now never left her fingera trifling fact which did not escape the keen scrutiny of old John Trevecca But never a word saId he One evening after a scorchIng hott day when all the city to the southward lay shredded in a steaming haze or heat Eunice and her father having just finIshed dinner were sitting at the open window in the fstdeepenIng twilight the old man puffing at a great meerschaum pipe which hat been one of Wilts earliest gifts in his opulent days A gentleman tosee1rlr Trevecca announced the voice of a maid servant out of the dusk of the Inner room Who do you suppose it can be said EuIiIce swltciing on the lights DId the gentleJIlan give any name she Inquired No maam he said he wanted to see Mr Trevecca personally was the reply Old John rose heavIly out of hIs spacious chair and went shuffling into the receptionroom closing the door behind him A young man rose upon his entrance sayIng My names Matthews rrTrevec ca Ive looked you up hecayse theres a IrleN of mine who I fancy is ri friend of yours also and who needs some attentlonWiifrid Stennis Eb lad ee doant say sol rumbled l t the old felth An what tola4k mattu wi Ut lad Well sIr as far as I can make out hes all gone to plecespegged outdown on hIs luck v know was the jerliY answer Old Trevecca nodded and smoked furiously as was his wont when in wardly excited He rooms across the hall from me same rooms he had before he came Into all that money Been working pretty hard all summerno vacation 1 knowand I guess hes about tuck ered out Little off his head when I got home tonight Kept mumbling a lot of rubbish but I caught on to your name Remembered he used to know you and so I came up here Beastly boardlnghousepeople dont careno place for a sick man y know Ought to have a dotor or a nurse I guess During this speoh old John was a study His huge bulk heaved andyswelled his eyes flashed fire from un der their bushy thatches and he fall ly belched smoke grlpplnstheand nearly dragging hIm oft his feet fly coom ta th teet shei 7 dId Ahve got summun In there runl be both doctor and nuss to poor WIlt Be y gain reet back Yes Then well be wir In th twinklin or oHewhere he had left EUnice Pit an r things lttssle he crle struggling out of hIs detested fashionsable loungingjacket And Into a street coat and jamming the soft felt wide awake to which he still clung on hissgrizzled head I want ee to coom wi me this minute Eunices maid at a signal fetched her hat and gloves and in five ruin utes they were out on Columbus av enue and boarding a passing car The Introduction to Matthews was accomplished in this wise This is th nuss an th doctor I was telUn ee of Mr Matthewsmy daughter Miss Trevecca accom panted by a mighty jab of the elbow that nearly knocked the breath out ot the astonished Stanley They alighted at the corner ot Waverley place and Broadway and walked through to Washington square It was many weeks Ince EunIce had been In the neighborhood and she looked curiously at the once familiar scenes and sniffed the heavy and fetid air with something of disgust Matthews led the way up the stoop Ql one of the oldfashioned houses en the south side of the square which was filled with boarders of both sexes taking the aIr who looked wonderIngly at the daintily dressed Eunice as they made way fOr the trio If youll walt heresald Stanley snowing them Into the boardInghouse parlor Illjust run up and see if hes fit to receIve company Ill go wi ee lad saId Trvecca Bide here a bit girlie Left alone her heart in a tremor for all she had been able to elicit from her father on the way down was the admission that Wnfrld was Ill and needed looking after the girl wu a prey to emotions which there was no time to analyze for In a very tow mInutes old John appeared at the door again and beckoned her silently He led the way up the wide uncar peted staIrs pausing a moment out side theroonl to say in a rumbling whisperjHes in there lassIe an be needs eebadly Then he opened the door and gently pushed her In Au he looked back for one instant he saw Eunice on her knees by the bedside with Wiltrids head In her arms Then he closed the door gently and wnited confident of the result Theyve both been tried In th- Pcible but th tire hasna hurted them ho muttered In his native brogue CHAPTERXJII Upon the sheltered deck of a south bound steamer a month later stood two figures WIltrid Stennis and EunIce his wife They had been mar ned that morning John Trovecca was also on board but in the sine kIngroom out of the lght aIr Th Highland lights on Naveslnk were flashing 111m twinstars against a pale streak of clear autumn sunset which threw Into relief the rounded hills of Staten island His arm was around her waist and her head was pillowed on hIs shoul der careless of any chance beholders Two sentences are all wericed to over hear of their murmured conversation Eunice means happy victory you know the girl was saying It haB certainly proved so for us JDotft you thInk so Wilt He pressed her closer tel him for answer and then with Ids free hand he poInted to the dying day saying At evening time It shall bp light THE END IFounding of Khartum yet a century olc- ard It owes Its existence tu an 01- lental form oftreachery When Khe- dive Mohammed All invaded the SJ dan In 1820 hQ marched triunrphantJ to Shen U wherehls t oops were en tertalnUat n banquer the auth missIve natlvce hut while the khE- dives high officials were seated nt the feast they snared the fate ot the Iands and were themselves reduced to funeral baked meats Full of futile rcmy fell on Shendl and demolished It Marching south the Inva ders eached the junction of the Blue pile and WhIte Nile With the on- qlierorsl hstinct they recognized that the strip f land with Its few fisher mens hu4of straw formed Ideal trateglcal headquarters So Rhartum finally grow into tile mostsens part of the Sudan organIsm UTfI E MADE IN TWO WAYS IO That palmist will tell you when ou are going to die And then run and tell the undertaker I suppose and get a commission on the budinss TINY BABYS PITIFUL CASE Our baby when two months old vas suffering with terrible eczema from head to foot all over her body The baby looked just like a skinned abbit We were unable to put clothes n her At first It seemed to be a few pimples They would break the skin and peel oft leaving the underneath skin red as though it were Then a f tr more pimples would appear and spread all over the leaving the babYlaIl raw without kin from heau to foot On top of her head there appeared a heavy scab a quarter of an 1nh thick It was awful to see so small a baby look as she dlcl Imagine The doctor was afraid to put his hands to the child We tried several doctors remedies but all failedThen we decided to try CuUcura BY using tlur Cutlcura Ointment we softened the scab and It came off Un der thIs where the real matter was by washing with he CUUcura SOal and applying the thiticurt Ointment a new skin soon appcared We also gave baby four drops of the Cutlcura- Resovent three times daily After three days you could see the baby gaining a little skin which would peel oft and heal underneath Now the baby is four months old She Is a fine picture of a fat little baby and all Is well We only used one cake of CuU- cura Soap two boxes of CuUcura OInt ment and one bottle of CuUcurn Re solvent It people would know what Cutlcura is there would be few suffer Ing with eczema Mrs Joseph Koss mann 7 St Johns Place Rldgewood HeIghts N Y Apr 30 and May 4 09 Vermont Thrift Robert Lincoln OBrien editor of the Boston TranscrIpt is a great admirer of thQ thrift of the Vermonters but thInks sometimes they carry It too far pIlrien was up in Vermont last summer and went to dinner with a friend who had some political aspirations As they came in the qoor ho heard the lady of the house say to the hired giil I see Mr Jones has somebody with him for dinner Take these two big potatoes down to the cellar and bring up three small ones Not That Meaning The doctor said that Bm was drunk when we took the poor utillow- to have his head attended to last night after he fell Do tor never said anything of the kInd Didnt I hear him Said it was a jagged cu Local Enterprise TouristWhy do youcall this n volcano I dont belIeve It has had eriptIon for a thousand years GuideSVelI the hotel managers in this region cluQ together and keep 0 fire going In it year during the- seasonMeggend rter Blaetter- Resinol Is Ap ated and Highly Recommended Intelligent People In All pa s f the World I highly recommend Reslnol OInt men to all persons who are troubled wIt skin eruptions of any hav found these preparations mostII use ii and efficacious in many M F Ryan Bedford Sq London Social Debts Slie telephones me every day 1Vhat is the reason pf that frI owe her a call and she Is deter mined to collect t We reduce life to the pettiness of our daily living we should exact our living to the grandeur of litePhUllps Brooks Good for Sore Eyes for 100 years 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four Tears ago were 10 well with thlicountry they sentto Coeur dAJono for tee ht1O taken a homestead them and am perfectly to stop hens Leonar4 Douglas RATE von ms STOCK SteUler JulyClat ivefl Isot here from lait sin back there now soon to and other car bore this tall What I would like to lalf Is any chance to get a cheap rate back anti we return to Canada call at ToUt otco fur our U AWIk WILL MAKE B IN CANADA MInu Aug lot t to a Iyliusbandhasboentherosixweekantl bewants mu to soon as albie He filed on claim J Sask and by his It It must pretty place yy t zkin soft as velv t aBBest sde CUM moeti skin LetoIf you have or any Pills They cure p41 ftOME v of a ncI j A littic a aad lag box THE co acb aDd are but COlli 00 30 es their look ger than the 1 it in eye Oil a ol and try see x All Biggcst seller In the bOxes a K Cls aDI aka to Ur to Ito I w N U NO in cr sales from for who New rear 10 per acre from their crop the old there 0004 Seo the the State some day to all ot FOR came and up near up going know there again when win flOM am going of bo the on is lcever Land the fairs tTafCaDdadrs Elcisard Henry Zbthgez TAKES HIS DRarIIElnmUW8 WORD gOgln Falls Mlnn Aug 10I shall go toOamtvse this 1Ia1 wills my taa4 peerandwants mete come there Ho formerly lITeli taWilton 4orth Dakota I buy ortaehomestead when I get t eU but Dfttg not want to brotbartniawawordrate Yours truly Nelsoart WANTS TO RETtmN TO CANADA Vesta KIna July 24th l8I went to CanadA years ago and took up a MlUllthe states on account of mYlfllllth Please let ss PonoAlbertaOeOiteewItz vuia 1bestpUTNAMrADELESS DYESc lorloreo da brightir laster colors than any other eye One tOe lCkall lora oil fibers They fire lit cehl water better thee as ether di cln dllln garment wltheut 1JJln Irt Wtlte fr holdetHow to OlIeach a Mix Colors MfallffDE DIfUQ CO Oucy IIlife 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER2JI9IO f4 1IJII mIIJ mnam InnPII1II111 f I= I i- Ii 11 I= IIJtdif NM NNINNNHN NNNNNNNNNN NNNNN1NN NNNNN 1Are alwa s looking for something to read something Irnme in the family can read something to help educate our sons and daughters to be usefuLat home and on the fam1 something to prepare them to be useful during their I I lives We have an offer to make YOU for a short time i I Which will help you to I accomplish these things By tak I everys Imember of the family to read this tinter during Idle mo I 1L ments Rcad It and learn of Its merits I WE OFFER YOU N i dome and Farm the South Greatest Agricultural Paper iFor on e full year price o = I Uncle Remises nome Magazine a Southern Magazine I I For one full year prIce roo 5 III The Daily Evening Louisville Post l I s For fun three months prIce 125 I iForI Total price for all five pauers 525 I 5 t = WE OFFER YOU ALL FIVE PAPERS FOR AIISHORT TIME ONLY FOR I Did you ever see another offer to equal it No and youI 5 will find many an hours reading this winter for less money l than yOU will ever get again 1 delay ts this otter is lImited to ashort time i tSEND CHECK PAPER MONEY OR MONEY ORDER AT ONCE I 4 THE SUN Springfield Ky I= = tamnmmrIIfII1J11i1ltJilumIli lllilnlfllh II1IQIISffiItIISIQlammCIUI1I11I1 il September 28th 1910 twill offer for sale on the premises my highly improved 212 ACRE FAR ton the best of pikes 5 miles from each Danville and ancaste- r15Acres Tillable Rich Land l which is Best Tobacco LandI25 acres well Timbered Riverside B1rytes indications are second to none and if mined should pay cost of d THE DWELLING One of the best m the county is a 9 room modern built house heated by fu dace and well finished It is noted tor its beautiful and healthy loCatIon good ineighborbood and close proxImity to best Schools and Churches in the State excellentbasementconsidering locatIon buildings 9uahty of land etc no more desIrable farm home has been placed upon the market If interested write or come and see 7yearoldlearmKJAMES H OTTER Danville Ky 0 1 H Mules Wanted I will be in Spingfie next Mo day epf 26 V county court day tobuy 100 mule colts and 190 yearlings f 6FOX8i 8i II An Awful Lruptioit afa volcano excItes interest and vour interest skin eruptions WIn be as short if you use Bucklens Arnica Salve their quickEst cure Even the worst boils ulcers or fever sores are soon CutsBruisesChilblains and Piles H gives instant relief 25c at Haydon RObertsons Ciln be depended uDon is an ex- prps ion we all like to hear and when It ii used in connection with Chamber plains Colic Cholera sand Duirrhoea Remedy It means that It never fails to cure diarrhoea dysentery or bowel com plaints ItIS pleasant to tak and eqn SoldIRURAL TELEPHONESMR FARM RMake your home as modern for your positiontobe 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 Can or address our near Tennfori rate If you are not at enjoying telephone T we can inmediately interest you Our lines cover of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana serviceIa southern portion of Indiana and Illinois GUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH aIncorporated8 t j I ADVENT OFTIIE fEMALE LEGISLATOR Iin the Person of Mrs Frances E Beauchamp C T U longressI date for Mrs Frances E BeLuhamp of Lexington President of the W C T U in Kentucky ont of the most wIdely known clubwomen of this country has announcedtiiat she will be a candiQtei for Congress in opposition to J Campbell Cantrill the present Represent five and Democratic new lose and MC Rankin present State lummisaiouer- ut Agriculture and Republican nominee the Seventh District In her an III1oun ment Mts Beauchap declares alt civil uud coral forces should favurabltIJVilUnment forth boy and girl that she re olds they ung human unit as the mO t valuable fall our natural re sources far the co IservaLion of which greatest attention houldbe given and- sthat the liquor s em ot America is Hornitraffic in liquor cannot be regulated that it must be destroyed that to de necesYform as the one upon whIch she will make her race and stump the district Mrs Beauchamp also condemns the white slave traffic says she IS opposed to the use of tobacco but as between the interest of the growers and the self Ish greed of the trust she is for such legislation as would protect theltrowers She says she has the opmibn of eminent jurists that there is nothing jn the constitution to prevent a woman from oc cupying a seat in Congress and that a any rate it is the business of Congress to settle the question which she says It will have to do sooner or later and she asks the chivalrous men of the Sev enth District to make her the of such a test Hnrrodsburg mediumI CARDWELL I James Lambert has sold his house and lot to Rev A ts Pinkston for 400 After being absent from Kentucky for 26 years Mr and Mrs Tom Bake of Armmgton Ill are visiting friends here for 30 days Roscoe Gibson wife and three child relativesrand friends for a short stay Dan Yeast has sold lis farm in tw tracts to W A Roberts and J amEs Lambert for 51400 Mrs Allis Jane Rol n of Owen coon ty IS visiting her m they fora Jew days L E Perkins of T blow has the property at Pullin from BIll lilac for 1200 He will e ect a new where the old one sto d at once storeI session Dec 1 1910 Born to the wIfe of T Corn i 12 pound boy C R Lay bought of Robert Skelton his 25 acre farm for 1800 cash ISabe Comley wife and baby of Iowa relatives and friends here Melvin Mobly and Miss Cora Roberts drove to Rev John Simms Sunday ev enmJt and were married E T Perkins is in Jefferson count this week getting 75 bushels of pear- ready for shipment which he bought He will be at home Saturday and thosei who want pears should come on day or telephone orders and they wil- be kepttWL Graham has a buyer for his tine 145acre farm known as the Arch ThislisMr Graham will go to Harrodsburg SCIENE MAIL Farmers in this community have been very busy trying to et their tobacco in the barn Tim last fe v days seem t whIsper Jack Fast will soon ma e visItI Clarl eon is spendinJr a with her daughter Mrs Earl Snyder of Lawrenceburg MI oVlrjtheMr and Mrs Bub Montgomery al d family Mrs Susie Crouch sister and BaughIdand Miss Mattye Clarkson spent spies ndlsIsterThompson spent the latter part of last week m Louisville Jeff Goatley waS in our midst Sunday Spring e Brass BandBETTER THAN EVER MUSIC FOR PICNICS AND FAlftS A Specialty Satisfaction arid Prompt Service Guaranteed AddressPres Springfield Brass Band Box 246 Sprmgfield Ky h +f H t iJ 4t + S The Hardin County Breeders S Will Have a JerseyCattleale1fit +At Elizabethtown lb Friday Sept 23 S t Sale Commences at II a m Rain or Shine 1 75jft HeIfers and a few fancy bred Reds istered bulls S t We are selling the kind that make good ttL IgleheartAuct ELIZABETHTOWN KY SH ++ + last Miss May Curry of Springfield was the guest ot Misses Mattye and Catherine Thompsn Wednesday and Thurs day everalIMaggie Walker Miss Alice Montgomery is on the sick list at this writing Misses Fay Montgomery Agnes and May Rudd Mary Curry Minnie Mary Sally and Mattye Clar son and Tavie Guodlett Messrs Billhompson Frank Clarkson Jeff Goatley Allen BOone and John Tobin were delightfully entertained Misses Mattye and Cather ine Thompsonand brother on last Thu rsday evening MIss iViargaretClarkson is attending school at Lawrenceburg Misses Hettie and Regina Rudd spent the latter part of the week Chamberlains Colic atiome Di arrh ea Remedy is today medicine in use for the gripingdiarrhoeaken at the first unnatural looseness of forrchildren and adults It alw cureslSold by all druggists HAPPY HOLLOW 0Sabe Coulter ant famIly spent Sunday with her fatherJ N Shields Mrs John Armstrong and daughter spent Saturday night with Mr and Mrs Ed Hanby Lee Settles and family spent Satur setkt bliss Mattie Shields spent Saturday CoulterIher t Mr and Mrs Ed Hanby and Walte- Hanby spent Sunday with John Arm famIlyI on the sick list but is some better t this writing John Crow and family spent atternoon with J N Shields Sundry Sunsty and Dolph Hanby SaturIIday1Ed and Walter Hunby were in Willis FrIday on business W B PRINT SALE BillS AND l rTt1tM RIGtH DOUOQOOOOUQOQe Pretty Goodo Looking Chaps That wear our Cellars Ties andI other fixins For there is a tone about our Furnishings that lends C distinction to any mansaPpeirance G Stop in and see the classiest line of shirts neckwear etc ybU ever laid a eyes on You wont find the same tone anywhere else J a Grundy Mclntire 3OCOcioDDOaOO t Qa ESSOiCHICKEN ClfARCOAL Keep Sickness OutI of Your Poultry Yard The bot way to keep Iout of your poultry yard hto keep EssoChickea Charcoal where your birds CJI set it whenever they want it- Euo Chicken Charcoal is as Decessary for the health of your poula- yy gritIWe can furnish you with aayq you want and there itaotl you eaa feed your birds for anything like as low cot as EsscfC Chatcoel that wr11 Pep them is goodcoaditioo FOR SALE BY LEO iIAYDOH Drucelst A preacher whose congregation were in the habit of twistIng around to see the late arrivals broke the bad Practice by announcing the late comers hv name e g Here comes Mr Smith and daughter lie is wearing the same coat ht wore last winter and she has one of those new summer gauze hats with a flaming red rose on top and then Jtoes heaverThere is mort catarrh in this secti of the count ythan another dlseastS Jtwipra alocaldlseaseandprescriblocal ed ing o cure with local treatment pro inounced it incurable Science has lir vn catarrh to hea constitutional di and therefore requires tionul treatment Hulls Catarrh Cu- manufactuied by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only contitution- cure on the market Lt is taken teaspoonfulItactssurfaces of the system They offer o hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for Circulars and testimo- mals Address F J Cl1ENEY CO OhioSold ilpationuo O9QQOQQQoooQ1 Everything For BabysaToilet and Health I at thIs drug store Hera you will indsanitary nursing bottles to th Iig rings rubber diapers talwm a I powders dainty soaps scalp washes and a hundred other infantile require a meats If the c is ubaby in your e home appoint us ass hIS druggist- Q That will go far towards insuring his health and comtort 0 e LEO HAYDON THE PRESCRIPTION STORE o ODOOOQQOQOOO 0e C it e e D S D p D a DjW P Tru 5Practical gSntISJSPRINGFIELD Dental work atreasonable AIr work guaranteedIonce over Havdon BarberI BD 4Airns- ura1fce Agent SPRINGFIELD KENruK Life here and Acci dent JOHN Y MAY Sif funeral Director AndNLicensed Embalmer PRINGFIELD KENTUGiy Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets sail Bwrieh tibe e Telephone Uay ly Night1 4 7 it DR MW HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUGSTORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYr IOFFICI HOURS 4 to5 p m jDr JC Mudd SPRINGFIELD BENTUCICY J sirnoss ucIorncEoVlR 8 to 9 AM lto 2 p 5 J M LAMPTON MD SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Offic phone No5 Residence No3ii t T SCOTT MAYESYATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Wasliiingto lnd counties in the 9f4PPeaJeind Federal Courts WaCLAYBROOKfut ATTYATLAW Springfield KY will practice in the courts of W 9t IDealsMARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson BUikfing1 will prautice in the courts of goa + md counties and n eotUt of Appeaj S M CA PBELLl AUCTtONEE Springfield Ky ialonable Phone 84 H M QNUSSELL AUCTIONEER Lebanon Ky Rt3 CassLebanonre iiiis4ne What mother is Rot looking for something that will help ber ckildrea in the little ills of life lometldac for the stomach trouble ate tkt proltlychild cannot readily swallow a pill thecaintraattcallyertul fo or little ones stomach treerbire rYIDrCaldwellSYrup erwheIt and convinced yourself that It want t1Itureayotherssimply to convince you of Its aserits n LDavIsand Mrs Mary Belford 1710 Coke streetLouisville Ky both started wIth a tree tHyvHeise since It s undoubtedly great fy n 1MIRcM ac UteWeal i 4 old folks who Reed something pure aeI t betrig e meettROIMeIaaDclsuch cureDr eaily wilt be hue lto des 7rreyC 0 For the ftc sanlpk simply seed YWr rreea a postal eN W Cetherwtee ftr ather raq i et tine detrsaddress I W 3 Cablw1IZHI Heil 1wll4M1 lrjus a t i X rif I f