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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t 1 F jiI 1 S t PJT11tg lr J tI y UUJ 4 jr Ii l I J tt 1tt i K DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY f if1 J fht ft I YILVME 111SltINYFIELD yI WEDNESDAY 1SEPTEMIEI 2i lillO NvuEi43 I r THE WORLDS aZra WHEA CROP J lnQuaniity and Quality Will Be Above the Average But Not Upto Last Season Wuhington Sept 17While this years world acreage sown in wheat was doubtless the largest in history 235000000 acresit is not unlike ly aCCOrding to the United States Department of Agnculturethat the world yield ot wheat will be short of the hIgh record of last year3624000000 bush certainrtogo dQw linhlstory as quantItatively about the average In a review or the foreign fop theCrop Reporter of the department today says The total wheat acreage was doubt less the largest ur History the normal world Area about 235000000 acres having been heavily increased this year by additional sowings of spring wheat n Rusaia and Canada Up to July flllllllwhen a fair crop had already been garnered inArgentina and gn excellent one m British IndIa the prospect was for a world crop heavier than any Prec edin x one but drou1if that month in the spring wheat belts of North AmerIca and Russia and an unprecedentedty wet pool summer in France are believed to hove reeultedin serious losses uP1itw1l1world YIeld short ot the high record of 3624000000 bushels last year the crop is reasonably certain however to go- u down in history uquanitatively above the average On the continent of Europe where half the statistically know wheat area a of the world is sItuated harvests though on the whole good have apparently not realized the expec fed t abunqanc tesh1Ogs are prettvgen r erally causing downward revisions at r pre ha vest estimates even ipcllQntriesI Where anticipated quantity ismateriahz- i lag complaints are numerous of bf fi ferent quality resulting from lodged grain and storm delayed harvests NOT THE DIME FOR HAT tt ScotSmen Objected to a Mixture 1ofGood Whiskey and Rehi Conversation17p b s1 Owen Seaman editor of Punch was Ab e principal guest at a dinner of the London Authors Club recenty whIch Was followed by a discussion on Humor Mr Seaman began with a sto x rY deprecating the spoiling of a good r dinner by any dIscussion at all z There were three characters in the a bluebottle and two Scotsmen wThe fltory at once struck a note of rA lability byshowing the proI the act of drinking whisky The e bottle buzzed on the pane Qtherwise silence reigned ia This was broken by one of the Sots stmen trying to locate the bluebottle with j zoological exactitude Said the Scots man Sandy Im thinking if yon fly is a birdie or a lfeastie r The other replied Man dont spoil good whusky wi religious converse tion fOR rALLING HAIR s You Run No Risk When You Use Nh This Remedy jj We promise yOU that if your haIr sly j falling out and you have not let it go toO tar you can repaIr the damage a ready done by using Rexall 1093 Ha Tonic with pEr istencY3nd regularIty for a reasonable length of tune It is a scientific cleansing antIseptic gem t zcidal preparation that destroys mic arourr the hair roots promotes ment removes dandruff and restores hair health It is as pleasant tQ use 8S put e Water and it IS delicately pertu- me It IS a real toilet necessity We want you to try Rexall93 HaIr Tonic with our promIse that It will cost you nothing unless you are satisfied with its use It comes in t sizes prices 5acents and 100 Remember von can obtain Rexall Reme dies in this communitY only stour store The RexallShore The Leo Haydon D rug Co j v f JATTLECFP PERRY VILLE Capt S P Bottoms of Boyle County to Write a History of Tnis DesPerate Conflict Capt s p Bottoms o Boyle county is writing a history or tb battle ofPer yville For the length of the cussge inept and the number of menn particIpa- ting it was the fiercest conflict of the Offfteenare Ill tf interest as after the battle he was one of the citi deadIhe was reatly struck the thofHe mentIons one little frecklefaced lad thirdgun he carried Alongside of hitn in the dusty ranks was n old white haired man of 60 Truly They robbed the tbatILytle Jackson Terrill and Col Webster of the Federal army were discussing the chances of being hit m an en- gaJtement They came to the conclusion that the average man had a good chance of escaping but they aU suffered death ofImany otue interesting facts that came under hIs observation October 8th will be the 48thanniversary of the battle Harrodsburg Herald DEA TO Of AGED MARIE ATTENTIA cobably the Oldest Citizen an Most Unique Character in Washington lounty One of the most unique characters and pr bably the oldest citizen in Wash ondayingtonMarie Attentia better known as Fin TimeJfat his home the St Ros country aged 98 years Hiss death was due to the infirmities of old age The funeral services were conducted yesterday at S1 Rose and the body buried in t Rose cemetery Fine Times was a spaniard who many years ago came to this countr toseek his fortune which he certainly succeeded in finding He was a watt and clock mender 1 by trade and in ad dItion to plYIng his trade carrIed shoo with him and peddledsPectarles watches and small articles of jewelry The whole territory hereabouts was traversed and worked by aim for man y years His was wenknown figure in most any part of this country and his cry of clock Slsick familiar to most of the older people of the count He was a shrewd trader who followed the amended golden rule of David Harom rather than the original as laid dJwnI by the Master and by his slirewdnes and industry had succeeded in amassing a large fortune This he guarded well spending practically nothIng and per mitting It to accumulate He was a puzzle to assessors and boards of super visors While they knew that he was a very wealthy man they were unable to locate his possessions nsequently y he was a very light taxpayer He was a bachelor andleaves as his only heirs two nieces who live in thIs county Little Martha Purdom Succumbs isThe home of Mr and Mrs Hernia PUldom was saddened last Friday when daughitwas one of the twins which were bornso agm ofev them dying about two monthsago Al strophgr was en tooIlittle body laid to rest in Bethlehem cemetery Ywm Don t forget L A Bur s ale Oct 6Jh f f REACHING t vs EDITING Truth Lies at the Bottom of a Well With Hundreds of Tons of Worn Out Type on Top ofIt Editing a newspaper is something hke preaching the gospel truth must b presented to the form of generalities some fellow will gethit aria howl Few persons like truth even m homeopathic doses if it hits them But while the preachers and editors are criticized for what they do say nu one thinks of giv ing them credit for what they do no say Yet what they keeptothamselve constitutes the major portion of what ey know about people Very many people harbor the belie newspapers are eager to publish- erogatory things Its a mistake There isnt a newspaper that could no spring a sensatIon m thee community at any time by merely telling what i knows There is not a newspaper tha doe not keep under the lock of secrecy neverlmeetnot to is most troublesome part of newspaper worK JI How many good stories are suppressed for the sake ot innocent relatives and for the publics good nobody out side a newspaper office has any Idea of In some instances he who flies into a passion because a newspaper prints something about him which he censid era uncomplimentary has every reason to feel profoundly grateful to the newspaper for publishing so little of what i knows about him And ofttimes the loudest bluffer is the most vulnerable to attack A big noise IS often a device employed to cover trepIdation blufdany t agency en dare It is not becaUse they lack tour age it is because they are unwilling to use their power to destroy or ruin unless the interest Of SOCIEty imperatively itsmight be dell for many people to reflect upon these truths and m silent leset AdaptedeFEMININE SHOEBLACh Young Widow rinds That Shinini BusinessYand Oh so Easy SPokane Wash Sept 9Madam Holland who came to Spokane fro Sari Francisco a few weeks ago andis opelS1torhas received and declined not less than a dozen proposaL ot marriage since beiginning business Among those tenoperators from Alaska Idaho and Nevada and bon uzawheat ranchers an orchardists from Washington Orego- and other parts of the northwest also a railroad bUIlder from the province Alberta and a stock grower from fe as No my name IS not Holland neItherI amIa native of the land of fiords said the young woman with th brushes I am a daughter of the south After my husband died Iwas left to make my own way I works for a while as a retoucher of photos in California but my eyes failed I w a at a loss what to do when I noticedI a girl shining shoes in otJe of the big bu mess houses of San FrancIsco Wh- eauldI not do the same Of course decildd n here Iam Business is picking u and I dare say Iam making more mon today than many girls who thin they are holding posItions far above mine My money is made honestly and although no doubt It seems odd to see a woman bootblack l feel as independent as the mn who is president of the bank on the corner An Awful uP tion of a volcano excItes Interest and your interest skin eruptions wIll be as srort if you use Bucklers Arnica Salve their quicker cure Even the wo rat boils ulcers fever sores are soon healed by it pst for Burns Cuts Bruises Sore Lips Chapped Hands Chilblains and Piles l gives instant relief 25cat Haydon Robertson J t A NEEDED REFORM High School frats and Sororities are Generally Denounced as Useless and Harmful An Indiana schoolgirl lies at the point of death as the result of falling from a street car onwhicbsh was tak n blind highrthe accident wIll result in the extermI- nation of sororities and fraternities from every school in the countrY Pub hc schools built and operated at the ex pens of the taxpayers are nOt the pro castesknickerbockers ttnd girls in braIds should Exclusivefas and girls Equality shouldb preserved with scrupulous care in every phase tof the school life A grave wrong IS done the youngster who is made to feel schoolmatestbva child who by membership in a Sll sorority or fraternity is gIven a false Revelationsevarious parts of the country have been shocking Their harmful influence is unquestionable The educators of the nation should join hands to drive frats and sororittesoutof our pubic schools and keep them outYarrodaburg Hrold MONUMENT TOTDE INDIANt To be Erected in New York I1ar boy for Poor lro Who IS fast Disappearing theIepal1loverRed Men In Kentucky arein hearty sympathy with the movement and reSlotions expressing their willingness to support it have been passed by the Tribes Cherokee Tribe No8 of Lou iavilleat its last regular meeting unan- mously pledged Its support anda reso lotion waij pdssed donating from the wampum belt of the TrIbe the su m of lU fathoms lU A committee of three hug been appointed to ope and conduct a popular subscription to eubscriAttamp 1Oc es m dividud Red slap and one lOch fro each paleface who may The movement to erect this gigantic memorial to the Indian at the cuff arce RodImanyears s a student ofI Thege was introduced by Hon Joseph A Goal sessionn reSt re ported from the committee on Library similx r at same in expecItaIt beegm once Partnership formed Frank B Willett who has beep in sthe employ of Leo Haydon as clerk m hass businesYs aIn young man rid the Sun congratulate him and wishes him end M rw tiepon con Haydnkn How Good News Spreads I am 7d reara old and travel mo of the time writes B F Tolson JrOII owe my excellent health and vitality to them Theyetfect a cure every time They never fail totone th e stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels stImulate thehyer invIgorate the nerves app purify the blood They work wonder tor weak rundown men und women srstorlOg strength vigor and healthh thats a daily toy Trr them Only tOc Satisfaction is po a ittvely sours teed by Haydon Rob ertson AN IN EPEND TENT VOTER This Voter Carries His Precinct Ivery Time and Never Has a Recount Howd hlteto be the whole thing at election time Howd you like tobe an election judge whom nobody cusses a poll clerk with nothing to do a voter whom nobody bulldozes a whole elec tion precinct The honest voter for whom the modern Diogenes IBJookingorisnt has been discovered in old Bob Waters sole resident ot North Island Within sIght but not within howling distance of San Diego is a good bit of a sandspit called North Island largely because all the oUter sand spits are east west or south North Island isnt- in territory comprised in Coronado City or by San Diego yet tlS a voting precinct and known as Coronado Out sideon the election maps It has one voter Hair Robert Walters Because be controls but one vote they just call him BobHon requires controll o at least two votes in California ountvI andCa just to haul Bobs election supplies to himtWhen all the supplies are receive Bob pops into action He nominates and elects himself judge Inspector poll clerk and ballot clerk He gets pay for it aU He opens the polls early and stays by em till he closes them Mean while he votes If he feels like it h elects himself delegate to a convent o or two Politicians never visit Bobs sand spIt Iie absolutely bosses the whole precinct and always gets out the full vote But one thing bothers Boba science He is everlastingly breakin which requires a secret ballot 1How m thunder asks Bob cap judgen counts the ballot and makes return uhow the election has a ent at Co node Outside i ORIGIN OF THE- MYSTIC O K Tradne Mark b firm That Made Hard Tack forU SOl mA y and Navy iren1 The death recently or Comlius Ball formerly 01 Chicagoat ToledoI recalls to many of his other friends what is believedto be in all probability the true stow of the origin of the Widely known symbols theIIuutbreak large bakery in the Windy City of which Ibis highly respected father Orrin Ken doll was the founder and head The firm name was 0 Kendall Sons The concern had a big business in supplying hard tack to the army and navy for its stuff was alwaysileltverc on tIme and besides had the adde advantage of keeping fresher than that supplied by other bakers Consequent ly the buys in the field declared that the 4 K Hard Tack was hefts than any other I should add that the firm stamped OKII on aU its crack ers and other hard tack output Tbus the spoken phrpses 0 K became current army and navy slang and the veterans brOug f it back is their oc- oqflations as l verbal and graphic convenience ev G S Kin to Re Llizabethtowof n Rev G S Kin pastor of the local Methodist church and one of the ben t known and most ighly esteemed mi n istees of the Loul villeconterencet who has been in ill health for some tim will rest from tits labors for about a year dnd will shortly remove his f tnily from Springfield to ElizQbethtown hav mg purchased a residence Ill that vjf gage ar AMONG TilE PLAYERS v The Dixie Vaudeville Co Now at theOpera House Present a Good Show TentQest4- a Sunshine last rn- day Night Last Friday night Tem stand SunE Nine one of the best and most pope tar plays on the road dramatized from t e clever novel of that name writtex b Mary J Holmes was presented at th Opera House to anaverage but en thlastic audience the threatening ski s preventing many trord atteod ng wh were anxious to tltase faaioee Kentucky production hlIet1t fortiiance was divestedof ot tbaccompanJmentthat always 1a scharjn too this play fife Hi1t tiwas remarkably good and was well re- ceiyed Ouina trianon as TempestsSfilled the role admirably and evoked much applause from her criticsthe audience Sunshine impensonate d fby Dora Sweangen was also a clever pIece of acting and elicited muCh fivor able ment But the whOle perfot hmange was good and generally con PSITJE DIXIE VAUDEVILLE OMP ANYs 2This company began a weeks engage me at the Opera House Monday even = Iadlie the wall known Indian scout and interpreter a silted by the LaGardo family and other talentedartIsts The initial per OI ante was a corking good show The performance last night wass sit Thisn outfit that has ever visited SPnnIfek1 and as they offer a change of r at Mienberg ridginiitaI1 mouth forms a telling featere of the entertainment But every member o f asononights performance were u In old ken tucky and the May Pole dance the latter being very pretty and effective Little GYPsle YiaGardo in the duaIrdla of boy and girl isjust too cute for anything The singing and dancing ias much above the average ITo ight Buckskin Charlieill op hIs Indian magic something he is proficient in being ahalfbreedhiinselL The managerof the compsnCha LaGaroo IS wellknown in tlfe etit hBUCbkiaI j showman for yelj widter becii e acquainted with him cad saae of lwJ antecedents in StocYton Cal whilend- gaged in the newspaper buslD He is a reputed Indian stout and wione period interpreter for the tembJeAa the Geronimo He speaks many efUte IndIan dialects of the west and former days vore f1is hairincharacterietie Indian stylelong and flowIng Mr Hayden is to be complimented is being able to secure such genuine at tractions as he has placed on the bOank so far this season and we speak by ti4t book when we say that he alms topliT nothing behind the footlights the co ing months but highclass productions If attainable roreverdTwentyeight survivors of theexi can war everyone of them more thas seventy five years old met at Indiana pops The secretary of the association declared the conventions adjourned is these wofdsItnow becomes my aa tied duty to adjourn the National Ae sociation of MexIcan War Veterariii te meet again on that beautifuL shore Iask you to rise and declare the natiiaal TheUnitedsays The sad sentiment of tbelittle gathering was dramatically expreased by one of its members who stood WMaf the roll was called and anewetsd Conrad Gashe Fulton county Elevnt1l United Infantryand the lastsurviv Can be depended upon la an ez whexelains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy it means that it never ftilA tR taro diarrhoea dysentery orbowelc e j plaints Its IS take and aiil1 ly valuabl0 for children and adults lby all druggiats f f J rw rT t A r jz 4 The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY rT Eay you taken 15 mnutu off to learn Esperanto Dear deir when an asbestos pisat- iiru where does safety lIe1 Intn to come man may evolve a lund proOf eck1is rIlrpad Prls has thoughtfully relegated the hobble aklrt to the museum ot horrorL In the agreemexit between Korea and Japan the latter did the agreeing forboth ALong island milkman mistook a iuIe for a cow Mora One cannot be toocarefnl A detenntnatlonto practise what We preach keeps na from doing too much preachingJXondamngughln the Ctas word 1 Esperanto Is ornamental but too long forpracUc uao4 There ought to be a greater ffer- pace between clvlUzaUon and theJ klereJy complicated UfeIMen may beat the Irds fIlng butte birdl dont have much trouble JIth their prOpeller bladest capturedbhater has been wox by oughlEurops cannot expect to experfehce cholera epidemic and an epidemic of nericaz tourIl at the me tunec In the cprning sham batUe of areo planej the contest to See which rowd of aviators hUrt themselves y Jeast s Wuhln gton has displaced the eagle n nd hu mtde the woodpecker thett1teb IrdThI will make Old Baldy p tedhMded Occuocl showers are useful but lie weather man should not go away on kJIvCatIon and forget to turn theLoffIIt hag been deCIded that a divorced wouiarL Ia the wldpw of her former etheMarried men accordl to staUsUcs are subject to fewer accidents than are single men Somebody Is keeping tab on their hours Ari a Illinois man has patented a safe ty pin With two points However wearers of the galIu are still wattina for the twohMded nan It may be marvelous ut It Is human that Suife the pet Itt should refuse chewing gum simply because her t8 c1e tells her to The Philadejphia man who was clIIokedto death by a hIgh collar dIed I a death that oughtto turn Harry Lehr and Berry Wan green wlth envy Half a million in counterfeit coin ku been recovered byY the UnIted States in the past y arHas8DY one keard of any real mone being recov- eredf Correspondents are arguing that a Ue Is occasionally justifiable and a Brooklyn judge decides that dam is- ot profane Being good is becoming Mater In Paris filet ot beet Is worth ofkoraNo wonder they call It that dear Prls The language of the North American tneUm and the Japanee contain no tuN words What a handicap when pn aborigine hit hIs flner with a pre Isto1c ax Canada has discovered that It hu andJteople to use peat at a low cost in preference to cOal at high cost The uncle of the Kini of Portugal who saw a mOan killed In a street llght among ruffians In New York Is now in a position to go home and write a book about Am rlcan ciVilization Esperanto will never offend against the purefoOd laws unless Its advo nates being merely humDn revolt agaInst Us llm1ted expressions for emotional relief Ita vocabulary deer not contain a single swear word gasdriven typePthinkIng of xtiw ways to spend public money toCallfornlarapidly has j6st returned after an ab eenceof 51 years The old gentleman hIsda1J thehaIn the presence of all this wonder Jul aViation on the other side of the timetar isIrI 4 NO CLOUDS IN SIGHT COLONEL GEORGE HARVEY SAVS COUNTRY ALL RIGHT THE WRITER SEES NO CLOUD trlklng Article In North American KeW That II Attracting WIde Attcntlon The attention of business and professional men ln all portions of the country has been attracted to a strikingly strong article by Col George Harvey in the September Issue of the North American Review n whIch the writer takes a vIew of the greatest hopefulness for the future ot America and Americans The rtlcle Is entitled A Plea for the Conservation of Common Sense and It Is meeting with the cordial approval of business of all shades of political opinion throughout the entire country In part Colonel Harvey says UnquesUonably a sprrlt of unrest dominates the land But 11tbetrue that fundamentally the condition ot the country Is sound must we necessarily succumb to despondency abandon effort looking to retrIeval and cringe like cravens before clouds that only threaten 1 Rather ought we not to analyze conditions search or causes encl the root of the die resr which even now exists only In mens minds and then after the American fashion apply such rem dles as seemS most likely to produce beneficent rei1ts- Capitai and Labor Not Antagonistic The Link that ccnxiecta labor With ls not broken but we may not deny that It Is less cohesive than It Ihould bQ or than ndltIons warrant FinanciallY U1 country Is- tronger than ever bef rein Its hIS- tory Rcovery from a panic so severe as that of three years ago was ever before so prompt and compara complete The masseeL are Iactical1y free from debt Money Is held by the banks In abtmdance and rates are low why then does capital pause upon the threshold of Investment answer we belIeve to be plain t awaits adjustment of the relations of government to buslness The sole problem consists of determining how government can maIntain an ven balance between aggregatlpns- f interests on the one hand and he whole peOple on the other protct tog the latter against extortion nd Dvlng the former from mad aso Its The solution Is not easy to tid- or the simple reason that the situ Uon Is without precedent But Is not progress being made along sane andcautlo1 lined Conserve common lens 4tJs not the present as we have leen exceptionally secure What then of preparations for the future Patriotism Is the basis of our Institutions And patriotism In the minds of our youth Is no longer lInked solely with fireworks and deeds of daring Its taught In our I5chools A new course has been addeda course In loyalty Methodically our children learn hw to vote how to conduct primaries conventions and elections how to discriminate between qualifications of candidates and finally how to govern as well as serve They are taught to despise bribery and all forms of corruption and fraud as treason TheIr creed whIch they are made to know by heart Is not complex It Is simple but comprehen live no less beautiful In diction than lofty In aspiration These are the pledges which ate graven upon their memories As it Is cowardly for a soldier to run away from battle so It Is cowardly for any citizen riOt to contribute hit share to the wellbelng of his country America Is my own dear land she nourishes me and I will love her and do my duty to her whose child servant and civil soldier lamAi the health and happiness of my body depend upon each muscle and nerve and drop of blood doing its work In Its plate so the health and happiness of my country depend upon each citizen doing hIs work In his place These young citizens are our hostages to fortune Can we not safely assume that the principles ani mating their lives augur well for the permanency of the Republic When before have the foundation stones of continuance been laid with such care and promise of durability The future then Is bright And the present But one thing Is peed ful No present movement Is more laudable than that which looks to tonservat1on of natural resources But let us never forget that the great est Inherent resource of the Amer lean people Is Common Sense Lot that be conserved and applied with out cessation and soon Jt will be found that aU the ills of which we complain hut know not of are only such as attend upon tho growing pains of a great and blessed ountrr ne Knows the Game Accort11l1g to the MetrOpolitan M g azlne Fire Chief John Conway of J r sey City has solved thseball x cuse question by the posting of the following printed nbtlce On his desk at fire headquarters All requests for leave of absence owing to grandmothers funerals lame back house cleaning riov1ng sore throat headache lJralnstbrm cousins wedlg general Indlsslt1Cn etc must bo halded to the CIlcl not later tr3n ten o lock on the nbrning of thr- game L t ITS GLORIES ARE OW DEAD amarkandln Russlan TiikIstsn Once the World Mot Splendid City Now a Ruin Bokhara AslaAt one time Samar t and In Russian Thrkestan was as much the source of power and Influ ence In the affairs of the world as London Is tOday Its architecture was a much admired as that of Paris or Vienna Its scnolarship was as famous as that of Athens and Its ecclesiaStical prominence as great u that of Rome Its universities were sought by stu dents from every corner of the earth- like those of Germany are today and pilgrims came from every part ot tie Mohammedan world to worship at Its shrine The empire of Tamerlane ot which Samarl was the capltalat the end of the fourteenth century hended The Rigistan of Samarttand from the Volga and the Danube rivers to thE Ganges and from the Indian ocean to the polar sea The tribute of a thousand tribes and the homage at sevenandtwenty conquered nations were laId at his feet here But all this glory has departed and for five centuries Samarkand has been dying AU the Imposing structures that once gave Samarkand Its reputgtlon as the finest city In Asia have either dis appeared or are In an advanced stage Sf decay and dilapidation They have been almost entirely stripped of the adornments that made them famous and the earthquakes that occur every few years diminish the number of tur quoise and azure domes and the dImen- sions ot the enameled walls and in crease the heaps of debris which now coyer the ground No effort has been made by the government Or the priests or the people to restore or even to arrest the ravages of time or to protector preserve the architectural monu ments that have stood here for ages against the vandals the earthquakes and other destructive agencies that have made Samarkand a wreck of its former magnificence You would think there Would be suf ficlent pride piety and patriotism In the Mohammedan world to perpetuate monuments and Institutions chiefly ecclesiastic In their origin and purpose but the same conditions appear In every country where Islam prevails except in Constantinople Cairo and one or two other cities Islam 1s a dying religion It has reached a hopeless stage of decay U the appearance of its mosques and me dresses Its shrines the mausoleums of Its saints Its cemeteries and othei pub tic Institutions may be accepted as evl deuce I have never seen a new mosque In any Mohammedan country Ido not know ot one that haa been built within the last century and few have been repaired Everywhere the Indifference Is the same everywhere the same degree of dilapidation may be found even In the most fanatical cities like Bokhara and Damascus The Persians used to call Sarnar kand the center of the universe the hub lIke Boston It was the Athens of Asia for learning and cuture but a Babylon for extravagance and vice The luxury and Immorality of Its rulers and Its citizens was the cause of Its decay Its population at the zenith of Its glory was a million now It has scarcely 176000 Inhabitants What Alaskan Indians Smoke Seattle WashHdw would you en joy a plpef l of wood shavings saturated with a strong solution of as an after dinner smoke Cr1er the strange substitute used for co by Indians along the Alaska Their mouths are often made raw by the practise and the eyesight of many Is afrected by the strong fumes It Is no uncommon practise among farmers to smoke the leaves of the tomato and potato plants While both these plants contain a narcotic poison the smoking of loaves In moderation is harmless Excessive use though produces a heavy stupor from which the smoker awakes with a terrUfa headache and n feeling of utter exhaustion Insanity and suicide have often been caused by the Immoderate use of these two weed Rhubarb beet and even garden sagQ leaves are all smoked by farmers but are perhaps the least harmful of substitutes for tobacco 10 They Own Cincinnati ChiclnmiUNot long ago the lineal descendants of George Washington caused the probate of his will to bQ opened 107 years after his deMh Their object In dong so was to prove If they could that they were enitlod to the greater part ote tho land Ot which the city of Cincinnati Is built Their claim rests upon an alleged grnrt of this land by congress tc Washington as n partial reward for his ervices In the Revolutionary war The profess to havt the orlglnnl dom ments in which the land wac- cediJd and which were overlooked at the time of the generals death partly because or the fact that at that ttlll the W14 had us particular yams 1b 4WUfHf91 Uii ROUND ABOPT THE STATE t fMOST IMPORTANT NEWS 3 FROM ALL PARTS OF jNflJCKY iHoff 1 t t otl1H4I t + 4 tlt tl APPEALS COURT IN SESSION No Opinions Were Handed Down the First Day FrankfortThe court of appeals convened for the roguthr fall term with Chief JutIee Barker prcaldlng and all th arsoelate jUdges present Following a timehonored custom no opinions were handed down on the first day an only a tew motions were entered Attorney General Breathltt filed a petition for a rehearing in the CaSe of ckiwhichregular circuit jUdges shan serve asI special judges and recelveextra corn pensatlon for the work He asked that the rehearing Ibe set for a day and oral argument granted The court took the motion Under advIse ment 40000 IMPROPERLY ALLOWED Audit Company Reported Results of Examination of Books LexingtonThe Fayette county fiscal Court met in a special session for the Purpose of hearIng and consider ing the report of the American Audit Co on the Investigation of the c un tyS bookS for a period of five and one half years ending with Jan 1 1910 Briefly the examination covered more thau five months and cost the county in round numbers the sum of 7500 and Up to date the county has on the ntength of the repdrt received about 1600 in excess of that amount and the total recoveries that should be made by the county will approximate 39000 Nearly 4OOOO Is Sald to have been Improperly allowed or paid out in five and a half years tinder erroneous con truction of laws clerical erros or overcharges About 9000 has already been recovered LIG4TNING STRUCK STATUE Second Memorial to Heruy Clay Shat tered by Flash From ileave- nLexingtonLightning struck the statue of Henry Clay in the Iexlng ton cemetery shatterIng an arm and leg of the figure The memorial was unveiled in July and took the place of a similar monument which was truck by lightning in JulY 1903 Part ot the cost of 12000 was defrayed by a legislative appropriation Tile storm was one of the heaviest ever known here and its total dam age is estiIDated at 50000 Every fire alarm box In the city was putout of commlplon and telegraph and telephone communication was damaged Nearly five inches ot rain fell Reports from varIous points in Ccii tral Kentucky show that there wan widespread dmage by the doWnpour and at leastone death was recorded At Hillsboro in FlemIng cotmty 0s ear l or hiswUe ivere serIouslY Injured when lighining struck their home CHRISTIANS IN SESSION OweriboroThe annual state convention of the Christian church In Kentucky Is in sebsion here The con ventiol promises to be one of the roost notable over held by this congregation In Kentucky There were 300 delegates Present when the convention ws opened by President WE EJUsof Cynthiana The devotional xecIses were led Charles L Oawso of N wI1ortand H D Clarke ot Mt Sterling The address of welcome was delivered by the Rev1 G Buckner ot Ownsboro and the response was by Mrs John Gay of VersailleS who represented the state missionary board and the State Bible society The Rev Joseph W Hagin of IndIanapolis md deIvered the nnnual sermon BAN ER WANTS PARDON OweusboroA petition Is being cir cilate4 that Is to be pre nted to Gov Willson for the pardon of T S Ander su under sentence of eIghten months imprisonment for wearing falsely to a StAtEment tli3 to the con dlion of the defunct Davless County Bank and Trust Co of which he was president lt Is being signed by a number of people or thC city Ander Ion who is 75 years of age has already sprved aboUt sh months oC his sentence at the EddVJ1lc ponitco- tiary EITTEN BY MAD DOG HendersonJ T Haynes a mer chant at SmitH Mills this county and wife were bItten bya Gung dog which had a well tlcvelope case of liydro phobia Mrs Hayne went to the house in which the dog waR locked When she picked the dog up It sank its teeth In her rIght wrist She tried to hull It off but was unsuccessful She called her husband who pulled the dog ff by main force When released the rlog lilt fr Haynes also on the wrist le secrd agun ardkiled the an- Imi t f WILL ENTRTJGOVERNORF- rAnkfort il Be n al Attire for Goernors onIerenc- eFrankfortMaiflets new Democratic governor Fredertck K Plaisted will be In Frankfort for the governors con ference and it is xpected that the Democrats of Frankfort Lexington und Louisville wm outdo theniselves entertaining for llirr especially Gov Harmon ot Ohio and the othej governors the majorIty of whom are Democrats will come to Kentucky for the conference in November A special Invitation was sent tO MrPlalstcd by Coy Vl11son Frankfort is b ghning to talk of plans for the enterttinment or the visiting governors and it Is probable that they will ie gbeu a reception at the governors man hm and a banquet at night the banquet to be the most elaborate ever given In Frankf9rt Louisville and Lexington arpjoparl- ug special entertainments for the gOY ennors Lexington wants the governors to spend at least a day there and wants to give a big barbecue to them A meetIng will be called shortly at which arrangements for the entertain ment or the vlslUngovcrnors will be made It is proposed that a 5 a plate dinner be given for the governors and that the number be lIrnited to 250 There probably will be a big demand for the tickets It Is 8Jso planned to have some novel features at the ban quet and make It something like the famous Gridiron dinners in Washington Gov Harmon writes that he Is look ing forwardwlUi pleasure to the visit to Kentucky and he and Mrs Har mon will be guests of Goy Willson and Mrs Vl11son Go r Marshall of Indiana and the governors of most of the southern states also will be In Frankfort and it is probable that the Democratic gerno will ol1tpumber the Republicans itis the Idea how ever to have Democrats and Repub helms all join in the entertainment of the gavennors and mae it nonparti san The governors will meet in Frankfort the day before They will remain here until the morning of November 30 when they will go to Louisville During the day on November 29 they will Jo to Lexington for a few hours to see the stock farms In that county and will return to Frankfort In time fur the recepthn at the governors mansion I The Commonrea1thl WhitesburgJTlie White Oak Lurn ber Cp has been organized here thy Samuel Collins D I Day and others for the purpose of purchasing selling and developing timber properties They have a capital of 10000 and wm Invest largely in standing Umber along the proposOO route of the Lexington Eastern railroad LouisvllleTwo Infants Martha aged weeks and Robert 8 weeks shown by Dr Douglas Snyder of Chicago In the baby Incubator at the state fair died According to the statement of Dr Snyder the babies tIed ofexhaustfon Incident to the trip from Chicago to this city Dr E J Meyer a local physician claIms death was due to ma1nutrltIo- nCynthlanaBerthenla Fryman and her brother Alex Fryman a few years her senior loth of whom have died within tile past cOUple of days lived within nine miles of Cynthlana all of their live Si yet neither of them were ever In Cynthiana or any other town or city According to neighbors they never used a lamp nora cook stove The cooking was done on the hearthstone of an oldfashloned fire place SomersetIhe Stearns Lumber Co the Stearns Coal Cot and the Rock Creek Coal Co aU operating near the county lines of Pulaski and Whitley have consolidated under the firm name of the Stearns Coal and Lumber Co with a capital otl 2U0O00 This Is one of the most gigantic corporations in the mountain section Abput 300 employes will be added to the present force at once and new mInes will at once e opened for operation PratikfortAfter being out for 24 hours the jury In the case of Roger Warren negro convict charged with the murder of another convict returned a verdIct or gtiilty of murder in the fIrst degree and fixed his pun- Ishment at death Warren Is pro nounccd the most vicious convict ever in the Frankfort penitentiary It is possible that the execution will take placo inside the walls pf the pellten lHopkins111eArUCtes Incorpora tion are being prepared for the Ken Ce4ichcar and Guthri are the immediate terminals The 1n- 4corporator are leading business men of this section half of whom are bank ers No subscrIptloIS are asked for theItraverse a section and will touch the towns of Pembroke and TnintonI LoulsvllleThe convention of the Kentucky division of the Unitedr Daughters ot the Onre4eracy Will rteet In LouiSville Wednesday Oct ber 12 and the sessions will continue tor three days The business meetings will be held In the parlors Of the Gait house Lancaster ryen Clay Walker ed Itor of the Lancaster Central Record has been appointed attorney for the Louisville Nashvli2e Railroad Con Garard county to succeed Judge L L Walker who reSigned on account of hlsappointment t6 the tUto cult judgeship k NiZonanessliver or blood ailment to try my PaPa Ulbloodhealthful condition and Will posltfTely cars ref11JMLlOuraaaedy Ce I3rd asd ietfarsii StI PhiM Pa Distinction MillyIs thIS picture like your fa ther Tll1yOf course not silly It I like father when ho has his picture takenpuck Plerp8 Appetite J P Morgan Sr was always a rood trencherman In his youth and he has asgod an app titp today as he ever hadt only for corned beet and cabbagehls favorite dlshbut for other foods If the Morgan wht dazzled the Teutons with his mathe maUcs when he was a German iun verslty postgraduate student had accepted the chair of mathematics Or fered to him by HeIdelberg Instead lor hIs Yankee corned beef and cabbage It might have been frankfurters and sauerkrautNow York Pressj odNgbt and Pleasant Dream Two things mean sweet sIip clear conacience ami a cIees bed No qthincfleet sometimes that the pillow cMapad sheets have a stale musty men md that they are harsh andiave an 1m pleaant feeling That J8 because they are washed With soaps that are fnll r1n and Wong caustics Theie oy- ce soap for bedding That Is Easy Task Soap Pure cocoanut oil pare bxaxiiaphtha and other healthfully aterilidag and cleansing agents com pose EQy Task Soap U1d bM4hng washed with it is sureto com from the Y so beautiful that it IIlJcMPthe iloew1fe proud Saucy Soldier Shut Her Up Col RobertC Carter at a Nashville4 banquet was talking about campaign comrades Then there was Dash of QompaaY A he said Dash had the repute Lion of being the nastiest tongued mu r in the regiment It was PrIvate Dash you know who out foraging one evening on 5 rich estate came accidentally upon the owners wie a grande dame In evening dress Dash asked her for food She refused A him He asked agath But tlij refusing she walked away nqthlngyou nothing M3 mind Is made up Made up Is It said Dash Like the rest of you eh Public Want Ads WantedSeveral niCe old gentle i men to represent us financially Noth big to do but utter wise remarks and Indorse dividend checks Good wages from fifty to onb hundred millions a year 1 WantedA financier who will girantee to keep us supplied wIth haltfcolleges and halfIibrarles while we supply the other halves No experl once required Good rakeoff Wanted At once A large number 4 of stockholders to take charge of our food supply and keep us from eaUBg ftoo much No regular hours Pam Bench In wInter Adirondacks In I mar 0 WantedA few select persons to represent us socially and do the things we havent time for No brains needed All expenses paId No WOrriil Success y PUZZLED f Hard Work Sometimes to Maize Children CM1dns taste Is ofttinies more ac curate In selecting the right k1J dot food to fit the body than that ot t adults Nature works more accurate i- tIi through the children A BrQoklyn lady says Our Utile boy had long been troubled with weak dIgestion Wo could never per i suado hIm to take more than one aste- of any kind of cereal food He was j a weak little chap And we were puzzled to kxow What to feed him on One lucky day we tried Grape Nuts Well you never saw a child jeat with such a relish and It did me good to see him From that day on It seemed as though we could almost see him grow He would eat Grape Nuts for breakfast and supper and r thInk he would have liked the food fo dinner The difference In his appearance Is something wonderful My husband had never fancied ce real foods of any kind but hE became very fond of GrapeNutS and has been much improved In health since using It We are now a healthy family ndj naturally believe In GrapeNuts A friend has two children who were formerly afihictea with rickets I was satlsfle that the disease was caused by lack of proper nourishment The y showed It So I J11ged her to use GrapeNuts as nn experiment end the result was almost They continued the food and today both childrea are welt and strong as any children In this city and ot course my friend Is a firm believer In GrnpeNuts for she las the evidence before her eyes every 4ayoRead The Road to Woliville fount In pkgs Theres a Reason j- ETer rea ike abece letter L aew eu appears treaU te tte TJae7 are Eeulae as a4 tU t atern1 i N i 7 i t 1 KENTUCKY STATE NEWS I t It LOUISVILLE IN 1911 Gaugers and Storekeepers Elected Of fivers and Adjourned Louisville This city will entertain thenext annual convention of the Na onal Federation of Storekeepers i Gaugers and Storekeeper Gaugers lIt 1911 At the closing session of the organization in Cincinnati the follgw- 1ng officers were elected President Geo Weitzel Cincinnati first vIce px iclent J W Hammond Louisville second vice president G B Stlvers- Haniinond Ind third vice president secretarytreasurer Pa executive committee J W Black Midway Ky D F McPherson Baltt Inore Md M J Hennerty Boston Mass P c Breckenridge Troy 0 tEIY Miley MarIetta 0 M L An + Qerre Haute nd A number of- resolutions were adopted by the con- invitation orJ19anizaton Yi POSTMATEkS ADJOURNED iSelection of Next Meeting Place Left to Executive Committeer LouisvilleThe joint convention of- the Kentucky Postmasters associar- tIon and the 1entuckY Postmasters leagUe which convened at the customs after one of the best attended and most successful meetings in the history of the organiz- aiionsThe selection of a meeting placE t next year is left to the executive coxri auittee and will be decided later Thomas L Walker of Lexington selected president of the associa l ion W C Balee of Guthrie first vice president and Geoge Wilhelmi of Newport second vice president Geo- iii Barnes of Frankfort was reelected acrtarY and George W Hutcheson of Lawrenceburg was reelected treasurer Thomas L Walker the newly elect ed president and W H Qverby the retiring president were named as delegates to the National Association of Postmasters which will be convened tat Richmond Ya on Septem er 26 J t CONFEDERATE VETERANS ME- Ta tCol Wm B Haldeman Chosen Commander of Kentucky Division LouisvilleThe annual reunion of 9 the Kentucky division of the United Confederate Veterans was held at the Confederate Home at Pewee Valey Survivors othe Confederate army from all parts of the state many of them wearing uniforms similar to those in which they fought nearly halfa centuryy ago mingled with the 200 soldiers of the home and presented a striking and impressive scene The exercises were attended by more than 1000 visitors including anrDaughte s of the Confederacy Col WillIam B Haldeman was tgran3moesly elected commander of the Kentucky division ofthe United Confederate Veteranst READY FOR L UISVILLEMEErI CLQulsllleSecretary Lyman H Davis has assigned all the stalls at tchurcfll Downs to the various stables Iand the roundup shows that 739 t horses are now hOused at the New Louisville Jockey club track or win be on October 1 the openon day the fall meeting 1Vit1 between 300 and 400 horses now in or due to arrive at Douglas park by the opening day of the races on October 1 about 1100 thoroughbreds wlll be quartered at Louisvilles two racing plants this fall The oldest turfman in all AmeriCa John Dufiy has written to Trainer ron Johnsonat Churchill Downs that be will be here to witness on October 1 the running of the St Leger Handicap at the historic course in South Louisville Duffy Is 91 years old He has been prominent in turf affairs since even before Wagner and Grey Eagle ran in a match race over the Downs for a curse of 43000 tT WANT MONEY FOR BOND ISSUE Louisville An urgent appeal to the peopleof Jefferson Cty to make contributions to a fun or exploiting a bond issue of not les than 500000- to ee t modern and upto date school builds tgs In this portion of the state was Issued by John M Atherton S Thrustnn Ballard and E S Monohan comprising n finance committee ap pointed by the rural school improve Dent comm ttee some weeks ago The aPPEal emphasizes the need of funds to carry on n publicity campaign in the Interest of the movement for ednca- Ylonal reforms TO TEST LAWS VALIDITY POCklns1Coof enetenth of one per cent of the capital stock of a company for the renewal pf the articles of incorporation or the filing of artiCles changipg the name Of the company The packing company desire to change Its namc to the New Louisville Pack tUb Co and reduce Us stock to 350OOO SE rotary of State Btuner refuses to accent the flew articles unlelVi a elf 3n0 Is- paidti J t GOODS ROADS ASSOCIATION Convention at Louisville Decides to Hold Congress Christmas Week LouisvIlleThree hundred mem bers Qf the Kentucky Good Roads association met in convention at the state fair and practically formulated plans to secure more lawS to carry on the movement for better roads throughout the state Several speeches were made at the convention among them one byM o Eldridge of Washington the governments good roads expert who discussed the work that had peen accomplished in other states as well as the movement that leas been inaugurated in other states As an instance of what good roads have accomplished Mr Eldridge said that in Tennessee 300 miles of good reads had been built In the past term yearS and that where formerly live bushels o4 grain was considered n good load the farmers think nothig now of hauling fifty and sixty bushels toa load and that the strain is not near so severe on the teams as under- former conditions 1 qongteas week was passed un the convention animOCI STATE FAIR A SUCCESSr y Louisvll leThe eighth annual Kan ndapd1tti8artistically and financially thaa JnY hthwsands of loyal Kentuckians who cance to LouIsville from every section ofthe- state Business men or Louisville ben efited materlal1y QY the fair Wholesale merchants wer especially bepe fited it is said as hundreds ot their customers from the remote secUdnB of the state who seldom It ever visit Louisville were attracted to the city by the state fair These business men killed two birds with one stone so to speak and coupled business with instrumentalttlesbetween the wholesale merchants of Louisville and their customcr frOm out bi the state and sfL result lt is believed that the fair wilt continuo to glow more popular from year to year CITY INDICTED t Henderson The city of Henderson was indicted by the grand jnrs on the charge of maintaining a nui ance in permitting several sewers m the city to empty into anoe c ek just beyond the city IIItk This Indictment is the to t of agt tatlon by the county boards Of health Who at a meeting some tWp months ego memorialized the city ji9unCll to the effect that there wasn awful stench along Canoe creek stha t the fish were killed and that tlrewater of the creek was undrinkablWfor the stock all of t nd conditions In the stench zond unhealthy and unsanitaryxThis indictment will int tIe opinIon of w n posted men pn citp affairs re cpmpleteIeragemost df which W1S built ac cording to plans drafted hy tle late George E Waring one Qf the orlds greatest Sanitary engineers and for which plans this city Jmld500 COVINGTONS POPULATION CovlngtonThe population of Cov ington according to the census of 19- 16Y7is x3270 a increase or 241 i er cent as compared with 42935 the figures in 1 00 CoYingto is the first ot the Ken theIthe compilation hag been hastened be layorItng the figures are somewhat or a dig pIJofntme1t Nevertheless the gain of 19332 In ten years Is a substantial one An increase pf a thousand a year in population shows a healthy growthand is perhaps ahoutthe nor mal rate of increase for cities of Cov ingtons size DOCTORS TO MEET Lexington Arrangements havev ben completed and the program for the 55th annual meeting of the Kentucky State Medical association whIch will begin in this city on Tuesday September 27 The annual oration will be delivered Tuesday night by Dr Frank Billings of Chicago Ills a1dresswIll be one or tHe features ot the meeting and will occupy practic any the whole of the night session His subject has notYet been made lrnown but it will oco particular in terest to every nember of the medical fraternity KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Following are the dates for the last of the fairs Horse Cave September 2t4 days Morgantown September 223 days Glasgow September 2S1 days Paducah Septen er 284 days Falmouth September 284 days- Qwentbcro OCtober 45 days Murray October 54 days Tocld Canty fair Elktori October 6 i days Jn Olivet October 63 days HendersonOctober 185 days Bowling GreenOtober 28 daps 11 NEXT MEETING IN FRANKFORT Junior Order Chose Capital City a3 Place for 1911 Convention LondonThe state convention of the Junior O U AM decided to hold Its nest annual meeting at Frankfort the capital city being an easy winner cer Beattyville acid Jackson State officers were eleCted for the ensuing year as follows Dr J J Gibson Lexington state councilor without opposition Harvey Mitchell of London won over S P Stamper of Beattyville for vice chancellor by only three votes H F LGchner of Louisville had two op patients for secretary but was reelected to that office OIL the fIrst bal lot L W Phillips of Covington was given a second term as treasurer pith out a race Charles C Green of Louis vllie and M C Boone of Vanceburg were chosen as delegates to the na ilonal convention at Mobile next June I News jn Brief Russenvllle The Logan and Rob ertson Couhty Stock Agricultural and Poultry association Will gIve its first annual fair at Adalrille October 21 and 22 Trenton Robbers forced an en trance into Bank of Trenton and got away with 100 all in copper cents The other funds in the safe were not disturbedrLexi Brown use young farmer1 hose auto ran over and kill ed Mra Callie L Degaris a bride of three days was brought taSt Josephs hospital and is ina serious condition from nervousness Ben F DegarIs the young widower is suffering from a nervous breakdown also and is at the home of his parents in George town EeattyvilleFrank A Lyon jr mayor of BeattyviUe and master cora missioner of the Lee circuit court died of heart disease with which he had been afflicted for sQIIe time He was about 30 years ot age and one of the most promising young lawyers at the DeattyvUle bar He graduated from Central university at Danville about five years ago- MadisonvilleAs a result of a te- rolver duel between Marshal W D Coursey and Thomas Hanks at White Plains both men are dead It is said Coursey was attempting to arrest Hanks for committing a breach of the peace when Hanks shot Coursey a d was himself shot by Coursey tCours y WldOrand r the deaf opened With an enrollment of 312 students Twentysix teachers are employed in the institution LIt tle Miss Alene Kerr of Covlngton the blind deaf mute for whom the last legislature adopted a bIll approprI ating a fund whereby she might be educated arrived Miss Sophia Al corn of Stanford will have charge of this young girl as well as one other who will be matriculated In a few days Harrodsburg The Society of Shale Ers whose estate Is 10cated near High Bridge transferred to Col George Bo hon theIr holdings of 1600 acres of the best land in Mercer county and their personal realty The estate Is valued at 150000 and In addition fo a cash consideration of rOOO Col Dohon binds 14mselt to support and care for spclelYduringThere are only 14 of the Shakers left and their ages range from 70 years urward FylangerBy an order issued by pgtttionfj8rlanger precinct as to whether liquor shall he sold In said precinct an elec Ion will be held on the question on December 21 The petition was filed on August 26 and as Judge Cleary field that It contained the names of 25 per cent of the voters and ns the petitioners had deposited money with the county clerk to cover the Incidental expenses ot the election he adjudged that it be placed before the voters for acceptance or rejection helbyville Miss Katherine Eliza bet OSulllvan only daughter Qf M O Ulliyan editor of the Shelby Sentinel Is dead of typhold fever after fir1 illness of two months She was i9 years of age and a popular young woman Sne assisted her father in the local depnriment or his newspaper and gave great promise of attaining a high place Rsn nexyspaper Woman i3esdes her parents she is survived hy two brothers Daniel and James OSullivan She was n niece or D McCann the wellknown professional qU player SI graduated fron the Sacred Heart academy in Louisville ill 1909 PaducahJoo haudet a farmer or Livingston county who stabbed himself with suicidal intent died In a hospital here He was mentally de ranged and was visiting his brother inlaw L PHolland HIs wife and- severall relatives survive him Lebanon Tile ocal option election hold In this city August 11 s1d which was won bY the wets by A majority of 13 vote was set aside iR illegal y the contest board because the petiUbn for the oection and the order callini the election were entered I1t the same term of court HEN summer millinery begins to look jaded and It W is still too warm for heaVY winter hats one must take to between seasons mU to the styles that come un der the head of alltheyearround millinery The silk covered hats that appear in September and those made of silk fancy braids offer the best choice to the purchaser for a number of seasons First because they are not too heavy looking for warm COnaleaUvetremes and they are very durable and able to stand the little spells of bad weather that portend the coming winter After serving their purpose for fall they come in handy during the winter for stormy weather when the beSt hat must be saved and they prove altogether desirabl for general utility until early SPring arrives and demands Its own betwen seasons head wearLtured ready for trimming and are xcellent In shape and tit well on the head As a rule no bandeau Is re uured with them and they are there ore easy for the home milliner tom age The trimmingS select must be in harmony with the shape that Is designed to withstand Weather and wear Natural or very well ado wings fancy feathers ribbons velvet and compact strongcolored tall flowers PLAIN AND DAINTY 1- w This Is quite a plain blouse made wIth pointed yoke at the back it is suitable for matting Up In almost any washing blouse material One tuck an inch wldels carried from waist to shoulder each side front where It Is joined to the yoke there fs a wide boxpleat In center under which are hooks and eyes or buttons for fasten tugI The deep turnover collar and pointed cuffs are bound with plain material A kid belt and crepe deChine tie are worn Material required 2 y yards 28 Inches wide Neck Ruches CrOcheted neck ruches are a novel idea and very smart and practical It sewed to folds ot lawn or linen these ruchings may be laundered without taking apart Dainty shades of wash material to match gowns may 11180 be used and a chiffon fold next to the throat adds to the attractive tress of the same I give one an ample choicedialing especIally those that are4WateiPr otd- are very useful and the fashion rdrawing maUne over the feather trimming to keep It from blowing about is sensible and pretty as well as thor oughly appreciated In fashioning the trimming for such a hat folds and plaitlnp or other com pact arrangements of the fabric used are altogether desirable for they are not easily disarranged he hats of silk braid and silk hats with velvet facings are often simply trimmed with big bows made of taffeta or corded silk A single strip of silkIs Split along the center lengthwise hemmed at the edges and stiffened By thruat lag a tine wire in the hems A single large mow and collar made of two shipfourroquired Its great advantage lies lathe fact that It maybe taken elf freshened pressed and replace oz the hat There are any number of pretti and Inexpensive fancy feathers to choose from and they are all made from the plumage of domestic fowls or birds that we may use with a clear con scIence Wings always make a smar trimming and the big ornaments mpy of them In PersIan Olor1ngM and designs are destined to be a great help to the amateur milliner In turn Ing out a creditable and useful hat JULIA BOTTOMLEY FOLLOW ONE COLOR SCHEME Advice From Writer Who Should Be an Expert on Art of Dressing Economically It seems strange that more women who must practice economy In dress- Ing do not follow a distinct color scheme I find It best to use the same color fox a year then have a change for the sake of variety In this way all of ones accessories correspond and a much better effect Is produced for the same exPenditure of money The best afternoon gown may be worn with either the summer or win ter hat and yet look as it they were made for each other Girdles collars and parasols may always be made to do double or triple duty and yet always be exquisite taste This idea Is not new but It Is surprising how lei dom we see It carried out by the won an of moderato Income more often we hear the explanation that the blue gown was chosen because r havent had anything blue for an age and it is accordingly worn with a brown coat tan glovesan4a black hatTl- I ousekeeperMiladys Lockets The newest are very large platinum They are w IOJkets a slender gold or The locket Is studded with brilliants or colored stoies These are of course only for dress up occasions For street or day wear the jeweled locket seems out of place r For this purpose there are many is silver and steel which are both appropriate and Chip With two or three imitation dark stones the effectls elegant without be Ingov rdoneI Are Long Skirts iO COmt71 Not yct hasth long s1rt come to beaccepted for ther than dressy- wear yet the m ers of fashion rec o llmendit form re constantuse and the American rfoJnen req1JnIf1ng U slowly r or A TIMELY WARNING 1stckacraiid dietreesing urinary troubles wars tawBrightsthe kidneys With Daan Kidney Pills They have cured thousands and will cure you Mrs Frances Col 30Boonville For 30 years I su- fIiered from kidney trouble I had back- pains and was both IbecameUred a and wag very nervous provedannoyingroe promptly They have my highest endorsement Remember the nameDoand aboxMEET IN CONGRESS AT ROME International Gathering of Foee of Tu berculolla to Be Held Late In September Official annouacement of the Seventh International Congress on Tuberculo- aiswhich will include representatives from every civilised country in UteIworld has been made by the Natloaal Association for the 8tudy and Prevea- Uon of Tuberculosis The congress win be held In Rome frem September 24 to a0 11111 and will btt slmiJar la many respects tQ that held in Wash ngton in the fall of nOSrhe COB 7HrSwtuthe king and queenof Italy An American committee of 100 will be appointed u the official representatives of the United States Mesa while the National Association for We Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis is acting in that capacity and Its tbebeadriwiarlerafor secretary general of the congrges sProf Vittorio scoll of Rome Ass a direct result of the stimulus of the last international congress hell la thIs country the Americas eosamitte will be ble to report that the nw-ot tubesculosis agencies In thiseeua try have been tripled m Ue three years More tkaB twic as muck money ie being spent in the fight against tuberculosis by private societies and institutions and the appropriations of federal state municipal salcounty have increased nearly four told It Is estimated that nearly 11 OOOGOO will be spent in aatitsberc Oe- lis work IIi lu6 i onfusing Craig Biddle at a port was describing thechasging odds on the Jetrr1esJohnlOn fight at Reno Eight to four and a half oa Jet friesnine to six the other way about three to one and a quArtKIt rather contusing isnt it1 he said In fact Its almost as confusing Ithe two girls talk about a secrets Mary said the first girl told Iss that you had told her that secret 1 told you not to tell her The nasty thing said the othercgirlfl told her not to tell you I told her Well said the first girl 1 tole her I wouldntt tell you she told me- dont tell her Idid Foiled lHe was very bashful and she tried to make It easy for hIm They were driving along the seashore and she became silent for a time Whats the matter he asked 0 I feel blue she replied Nobody loves me and my hands are cold You should not say that Was his 1ord of consolation lforQ9d loves you and your mother loves you n4I you can sit on your hands = Success Magazine Can You e atltSlrJare you against the railroad power Interrupted the mats in the audIence 1 I am shouted the Socialist orator Huh Youre trneUng oil a pass right now Sure I am I hate em so that I fuse to pay em money Let Us Cook Your Breakfstl Serve HS Post l- Toasties withcr ormi- and noijcethep1asut the family finds in the appetizing crispness and flavour of t deli htftil 1X4f u r i t The Memorj Line t tnsx Cereal Oe LtL writueir l II I J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY StPTEMBER28 Tgto f L ry r S c TIlE b DIXIE i t 0 f 2 r i VAUDEVILLE COfr IfYou DQnt Believe Its Good Ask Your Friend At The Opera House Remainder of The Week SPRINGFIELD SUN JHUB EVERY WEDNESDAY jr iI t n V a c J UBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance L SMITH Esher aiid PllblisherIi listed at the postoffice at Springfield 2a for transmission through the e as secoodclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION fl ro fi E 6- 0Meithe 3- 5H OEMOCIiAT1C TICKET 5 J j F OR CONGRESS frfHON BEN JOHNSONP- ATRONIZE I1 NOME IMGusTAIE3 I This caption is by no means new or- eriginaL It has done duty for lo these 1 pears It first saw the light we believe through the necessity that had ailen to combat the unmitigated evils iilf the mail order scheme by which the great department houses f tjhiclto and other large cities sought to build tips rural trade that would enable them to unload upon the farmer and country resident generally the large stocks of s bepwomclothing and unsavory and antique groceries etc whIch could on Iybe disposed of at public auction at a so called acrifice although if they were given away the recipient wOUld in most cases find himselfsold We have never heard of anyone who had used the mailorder scheme being seatisfied WIth the returns and there is so much in favor of dealing WIth your 10 cal merhants andao much against the inefficient antI worthless mail order bus iness that it is surprising anyone ca be foolhardy enoqgh to invest in it We append some reasons why th i resident in a rural community especially ought always to support his bome merchant and after reading them are e convinced that those who have departed from the paths of rectitude 1D the past will see the error of their way and relura to the home fold y 1 Yourl1ome merchant can duplIcate th anywheredelIveryand2 You an examine your purchases In tbe beforereadyanddefeattsearttFlepxr httf t rdirectYour horn mercb nthelpe make a good local market for everything you have to sell sad that market more than anything e gives your land its present goodfriendis time of need 7 If this community is good enough for you gQodenos Thebstcitizens in this community are patronage givyoue cannot give you and the rormercannot and wlll not no for you many things the latter will do gladly 1Q very dollar kept in circulation in this valuesEverycould as hinders the wheel of progress andhelbuild np some other com at urexpense Springfield is now enjoying a build ing boom and the architects and ear P enters ere lIoiirlshing The Washing ton County Tobacco Warehouse Co arid the Springfield Tobacco Co are erecting twC1 mammoth plantS to be used for c o tobafExcavation n dationof the new jail residence which will be a handsome brick eneer a structure G C Whartons handsome brick residence is nearly completed ael are the two houses of Rev W H llama and the new home of Dr Bryan on Covin ton avenue As soon as workmen can be procured EoS Mayes Sr Matt Mayes and Miss Lizzie Lee a re going to erect homes on the Lee lot on east Main street Mrs John Young Mayes is building three houses on th Frank Brooks property on West Rig street which will greatly add to the beauty of that part of town ant Octe6 umrm1IUfrucDIIUIIIDJmfiliCIQrl alfllilJJl9WI311 II1lfIflrnauamlIIIi i I f- s I w rr yL Ei i r t Ir i so 5 n tnrra I 3 IIBa Ymalcmjtheratroe and j E IitItn curi1yhoo1 Shoi g for oys or it sIw ILoyshoesIOlesanduppers together The girls shOes are made in both I welt quid turn soles IThey are made on good fitting acts and will not hurt the feet or their ahap pth boys and girls shoes are dressy and attractive injureI pxTnnn Stiu 1 Unn but in order to intro duce them am Iuffering them at the extra low price of 2r- a 50It They y PaIreihe quality rr JrTHOMA S l psiilil1iiYI nnianIIJI1ffi11I1I1Jmlmlirm ppy Dr1 G1TI Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Paine bRoWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work StrIctly First class Springfield Ky mce in Raron Block rip stairst Local N s Notesi New fall styli G B lorsets LatMrs WiU j Boca to the wIfe of O D Hatchett Sunday Sept 25 1910 a girl Rev C S G rdner of Louisville will preach at the BaptIst church next Sunday Oct 2 and Rev W 0 CarVer the following Sunday Plenty to eat at L A Burns sale Oct 6th o D Hatchetthtis moved his tin shop from the building in the rear of- Barber Pettus to the bui Dnear PJtPeople are rapidlYmovinginto Spn1i field and more houses are needed to sup ply the demand for houses Messrs JF BIshop and J E Bar low have sold their farm in Nelson county to the Cull boys for 12000 I On Thursday evening Sept 29 Miss SusIe Pope wIn give an ice cream sup per at toe Mooresvtlle school Every one IS invited to attend Dont fail to see the nobbv su end separate skirts at WilliamshF B Nee vesterday sold to til fries hitproperty on Virginia ave flue consisting ofa house and lot fo 1404 For a consideration or 1150 Lizzle Lee has sold a portion of her on East Main street to E S Naves Srand Mr Matt Mayes who will er act dwellings thereon ThIS is one of- j the most desirable 10tJ in town and wIll brake a beautIful site for residences Joe Conners sale of personal prop arty which was held at Frederick town last Saturday was only faIrly attends owing to the inclemency of the weath ThepliCtsrealized for the stu sold howeve were Rood The Grunt dy sale is inPfpgresstoday Farm for Sale Containing about 100 acres 45acres ih grass 8 or 10 in timber never failing water frame dwelling good barn 1 mile from railroad convenient to school church etc For further formation can on Dr E L McINTYRE WOODLAWN ENTUCKYnIFOR SALE OR RENTA farm con twining 118 acres Good dwelling ten orchardrdFgood Ii rid for all kinds or crops Burin 1911 This is one of the best tob icc farms in thecoupty For further oculars call o or address IS P DERRINGER KyCotlce Hennessy Baker having dissolved partnership have placed in my hands for collection aU accounts for seasons their Horses and Jacks and to the Stonewall AU persons indebted to them will please come to see me at once and settle or I shan have totke legal steps to collect the un ac counts MARSHALL DUNCAN j Dr W C Gabhart of Mercer coun ty has moVed to Mackville to practice his profession Dr Gabhart recently graduated from uisyille MedIcal University with high honors having won in the competitive examination for the interneabip of the city of toutsyille and was of the class of 212 students the largest class in the world Last week Mrs E L pavisIsold her farm just southfiaist of tQwn on the Lebanon pike to Mr and Mrs A Hundley The farm contains seventy seven acres and the consideration ISsajd to have been 11000 This is a very desIrable home and admirably situated tying next t tie town limits and facing the Lebanon pike Having returned from toe City with a large stoCk of fashIonable millinery will ne glad to see all of my friends assuring them that their patronage will be apPreceated Mrs Mollie Wycoff MackVll1eKy Just as we go press a fire alarm startled the citizens Iof our burg and brought out the fire department on the run The blaze was discovered in the McLaughlin cigar factory ever Camp bell Bro slft drink establishment A bOx of tobacco had ignited in some way and was burning fiercely A bucket of water extinguished the blaze There may be nothing new under the sun in some places but Springfield is to have something new when Mr Barber puts fire SCeim the WaltOn Hotel Two escapes Iii be erectedoneon the west side and one on the rear The worlds now In progress and should be completed within a short time The Walton is probably the finest hotel in Kentucky in any town no larger thsn Springfield and with the tire escapes will be even safer and more satisfactory than it has been I OTICEAll persons tndebtclf3oeo the old firm of McElroy Shutz ari4ereby notified to call and settle 4t once and save cost Books to be found at Shultz Cleavers Hardware Store s alittlre mbrei ydon CourttCounty Court brought a large crowd to town There was also a quantity of stock On the market principally mules which realized a good price Auction eer S M Campbell reports the follow ing sales Cow and calf 46 cow and calf 38 60 lbunch of 0 sheep b 50 per head 1 horse 66 1 pony 51 1 yearlinffg mutes 70 ISaved A Soldiers life Facing death from shot and shell in the civil war was more agreeable to J A Stone of Tex than consumIption coughthattor years My weIght ran darn to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr completeIvFor Coughs Colds LaGrip Asthma Hemorrhage Hoarseness Croup Who oping Cough and lung trouble its sup reme Wc 100 Trial bottled free Guaranteed byHaydod and Robertson L6 7Ar 4 toSEE ME If you are thinking of having a sale this fall S M Campbell 1S 111f t 10ling Alley r AFar Sale or Rent r- Ast our other business re quires all our attention w have decided te eU or rent our bowling 1JUeys The alleys are in firstclass con drtlon and Isa h10neymak ing business tv f r Leahmal1 Campbells Furniture Storea Onirir rwr1wr Qoooo QQQ c u Everythlor For Babys HeilthI0 stereo you will OfR find sknitary nursing bottles teethIIt iog rings rubber diapers talcum Y apowders dainty soaps scalp washes p Iand a hundredotherinfantIle require C- to iG p t vents If there is a baby in your 0 home appoint as s liii druggiyt t0 i That will go far towards insuring o hLhis health aoocomtort tx q LEO HAYDON J liTHE PRE5CRkPTION STOKZ 0tioo0oooocotraitogoa o oaopoo aaooe PUBLIC SALEof Live Stock and Farming Implements Having decided toQult farming I will on the premises J miles East of Springfield Ky on THURSDA Y OCT 6191At 10 oclocka m offer for sale to the highest bidder the following personal properly Three4 year old mare mules Two yearold horse mules Five 2 yeatold mare mules FIve yearling mare mules OnE 3 vear old horse One 2 year old horse Three brood mares and colts One 3 year old brood mar Two registered Shorthorn cows One registered shorthorn Hull One registered shorthorn heIfer Three grade cows Jersey coWfTwo yeari old steer Two Year ing steers Four grade CHIves Two Jersey Heifers Four Brood sows Poland China BoarI42 Feeding Hogs 100 to 240 pounds One new Case Separator 2Fx50 wind stacker and feeder New Case Engine 15 horse power Hay Baler 17x22 Two Deering Binders Two mowers Two Push Rakes One self dump rake Flour twohorse wagons J One one hoe wagonfWheat Drill with fertilizer and Seel attachment Corn Drill with fertilizer attacb fit fanTwoOne new CIder Mill Four Hay Frames 1 Disc Uarrow 1 seeding harrow 1 roller a 2 Cutting BoxeS 1C01l1 cutter Two paIr wIre stretcbelss 2 Scrapers 1 DipPiDKTaiik aPlows150 Tons of Hay 2000 bushels of Corn to bftde1ivred at the cases on the farm Terms ofSale AU sum runder 11 Cash Over that amoun oo a credit ot six tbs witnote with good personal security and bearing in rest from date of salt sad iw and payable at eIther bank 1n Springfield DINNER ONTH GRqtNDS T D ENGLISH Auctioneer L BURNS ar j ij I iiit THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEM ER28 1910 S pubile Sale OFI Valuable Live StockII On the farm orl H Thurtnan in the edge or Springfield Ky We will sell to the highest bidder the following Live Stock on l OCTOBER 1st 1910 ft 1Eleven REGISTERED CA TTLE head ofRe istered Angus Cattle including three bulls ff JERSEYSti ii 30 head ighgrade Jersey Heifers all bred to very fine Registered bull rY REGISTERED 54DDLE TOCKt Several Registered addle Mares and thebes bred Register edStud CQlt Red Bird ever earedii MARESk ear olds by Count Member Ik rf t t k JACKS AND MULEST- woveYy n yeDrlingJac and some yearling mules HOGSIAbout Forty pure bre4 Duroc Jersey Guts i r t Lunch served at II amtand sale begins promptly at 1130 an1 004Jtf f lhis will be an absolute sale of everything put up withoutany sort of bybiddinf I PETERSi jt +tftt ftwl I q h NFaII Styles 1I lt In IadiesTailored Suits ilnd I IShirts + tl3Jr unB Men1sSuits OvercoasShoes d t fHts an Shirts inthe Latest1 pt F allPatterns andt un CutsiiN JT 4 Special Low Prices 1tL vttflw On 9x12 Rugs Carts Mat tings Linoleums Draperies candLace Curtaans Jr W Trip WAY tecular JWeSuits worth 650 reduced to per + Many bargains to offer in Remnants and Odds and Ends in different de partments r 1i A few Mens and Boys Suits left at Half P1tice fIS Lot Hats at alf Price 1tL LZCORPORATED iL TheIiOBERTSONCLAYBROOKH CO I tit t SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY tt fitkchTHE DRY FALL OUTING d S375Aa- rd Fro- mSpringfieldt rrAND ALL STATIONS f train 600 a m suitfitf 298 the oMens ALL ABOARD FOR MAMMOTH CAVEW- ednesday l October 12 One evening for promenade or dance 55o Pays All Your Hotel Expenses Including board and the ad missions to the Cave 3EEsLargLLS For PARTICULARS WriterorPhoac L di N Ticket Agent Iw ISPRINGFIELD TEETH Pain or Dang Done In this office is first andjustELOver Mc lroYShader8 GroceryW1 OOOOOOOOQOOQt 0oNotesa 0GVisitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Up oithe Weeks n Personal News o 0oooooooooooeo BlIly Smith of Chicago was in town one day last Mrs Al McChord and daughter of Lebanon attended the McChord Williams wedding last week Robert Bohanran spent Sunday in Bloomfield Mrs Seagor and George Barkhurst- of Bardstown spent Monday here spentSunday spentSundayMIss Louise HamIlton of Fred ricks town spent last week with MrsiJ L Barber Messrs MAble 1townese Ike Miller of Bloomfield was here Saturday- SMiss Ruby Thurman of Bradfords vine IS the guest cf Miss Katharine J Nelson Miss May Curry has reterned home after a visit to her sister Owensboro Miss Isa COlvin of Fairfield is the guest of relatives here Misses Jennie Greene FanmeSmithJMinnie Btandford rico Will Robertson and Rob Russell spent Sunday in Lebanon Misses Sarah McKee Brewer and Elizabeth Bottoms of Lebanon were the guest of Mrs Dave Litsey from Friday until Sunday Miss Ellen Wathen has returned home from Indianapolis where she has been selecting her fall Millinary Wathen Simms is the guest of relatives at Hardatown unction Mrs J D Rapier has returned to her homeat Bardstown after a visit to her parents here MIss Bess Settles of Maud is the guest of MIss Mayme Allen Misses Ellen Wathen Ellen Simms and Mrs Heir Rubel are the guests sot friends in LouIsville this week Misses Mollie Dorsey Mattie Par rott arid Mrs Ben Spalding have return ed home after a visit to Mortusville end Miss Eva FlauKher uf Bloomfield is the guest of Miss Laura Shehan Mrs T E Hardesty has returned home after a visit to her mother in Louisville H D Stiles of Danville is here to day Mrs Walter Sutton of Detroit Michigan is the guest of her sister Mrs t L Davison Frank Simms of Nelson county has been visiting here thIs week W D Claybrooke spent Sunday in Bloomfield having been called there by the illness of his sister Mrs John Of futt Jack McChord left last week for Harvard University where he wIll enter the Law Department Mrs G F Carpenter and Miss Mary Jones are and Mrs G T Jones at Louisville Mrs J C Tolbatt has returned home after a visit to Mrs Mason Tot bast at Hustonville James Allen of Bards town was In town Wednesday Ray Goodm of Lebanon spent the first M the week wIth WIll Russell James L Haydon of Cox Creek spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Leo Haydon Jim Hayes Taylor and Louis Key will leave tomorrow for school in Lou isville Miss Sue Jenkins ot Bloomfield spent Monday ith friends here Neal Bobli t and Lonnie Campbell spent last wee at Tatham Springs Shaker Robertson is spending this week m Louisville Louis Kelly ttob Russell Shaker spentSaturday MillineryI Our new and exclusive line of Fall Millinery will be ready for your inspection Friday and Saturday The right hat at the right price for you Everybody invited Mrs WILLIAMS III OPENINGThe Ladies of Springfield and Washington County are cordially invited to call and inspect my Fall line of 1 Fashionable Millinery Commencing Saturday Oct 1st Your Patronage Respectfully Solicited Miss Willie Knott VALLEY ILLISeveral times during the past week our section has been converted into a electrIcal arena during long and hay showers of rain Many trees have been struck and much damage done to fens mg and stock by the lightning Messrs Brown and Tatum our local largbunche f recentlyJas has returned- to hs home after a brief visit to his sis placeMissber home at Crescent Hill LouisvIlle after visit at the home of Mrs Palmer GrundyMr Mrs Turner Derringer of Springfield visited the latter7s par nts placeSundayMiss Madge Lair of Louisville is vis itina her sister Mrs T C Taturp thIsI weekSMr and Mrs TB Janes of near pripgfield were the guests of Mr M MondaySyou r town were guests of relatives at this place Sunday anMrsEdd tack of bronchial pneumonia at this writing Mr and Mrs J E Goatley visited SaturdayandSunday Mesdamgs W F Moran and M Reed Nannie Stigall Saturday WoodlawnNelson end S E Pilerot this place last week Mr and Mrs Everett Perkins visite- relatives near Chaplin last week end o our tobacco raisers had portion of their crop cut and yet in th patch whei the heavy rains came las t week COnsiderable damage was done as a result This week will about finish the tobac reportftgghad been anticipated Some corn has been cut in this vicIno tty the quality of whIch is ablut an av erasre Late corn is much better than extra early corn which could not be properly cultivated on account of the JulyThe kinds of By us at AnnaJonesdisciPliaarranuniversal satisfaction and Mr C L congratndas teacher Farmers are gettIng a outthousing tobacco Ofleheiferis nicely at this lace under the of Miss Martha Stinnett baybeenat Fairmount for the put tyre weeks at which much interest bas Jeea taken ehurcbMissvIsiting friends and relatives m tills vi tinily Mrs Betty Sweeney is Ul atthis wntingi BurnesGMerntt Leffler and B B Yocurn of III are visiting friw and relatives In this viCinity ThoS Romine and WIfe of nest irrcoIn Neb have been 8pellC rilepsst two with relativ lmtty jawdaysl- ieylltWagentlastwife hterdfamily Nsiaehis ankle He ce pen tOo use crutches Misses Martha stliInett dBefitb Martin spentlat htwit Icie T Everything to se at L A sale tt 6 tY iced CovrleloT ItA JLJT I I Millinery Opening The Public is cordially invited to call and inspec tthe the new styles m fall and Winter Millin ry e Which win be on display at our store on and after Saturday October 1st A visit to our store will be appreciated II Vathen Shade- raryDayI y Fresh H91 Rolls Lmht Bread Cream Bread Rye Bread and all Fancy Cakes calling any morn ing eleven oclock SPARROW eMi School progressing management quite Blandiasvihe weeks Mackvllle CLCammpokand spraIned VYedneaday Cammack Burns TU So ftLEPHrim 69iAnd your order will ber promptly attended to and delivered KATIE HERTLEIN BROI 1 When own tty eQ our IqRIl JUICES Ii Lr ti I t 1 CHAPTER i Gote Pittsbu- Malialght Is gradually taking over k the criminal end of the business I sever liked it and since the strange case of the man in lower ten I haveL been a bit IqueaniliJh Given a case like that where you can bUild up a network of clews that absolutely in criminate three entirely different pee onone of whom can be guilty lalal your faith In circumstantial evi Sense dies of overcrowding I never tsee a htveringwhltefaced wretch in the prisoners dock that I do not hark- tack with shuddering horror to the trange events on the Pullman car tOatario between Waskmgton and tittiburg on the night M September a tMcKnight could tell the story a great deal better than I although he + wordOfrectIy lazyihappen to me anyhow lie protested when I put It up to him AM nobody cares for secondhand thrtU Besides you want the un arnilikedand ungarnished truth and trIo hand for that Im a lawyer S am I although there have been lmes when my assumption In that particular has been disputed I am uansarried and just old enough to ance with the grownpp little sisters Of tiecirla I used to know Iam fond Of owtdoore prefer horses to the afore 1saidgrownup little sisters and with ieut ettment am crossed out and 1wag substituted Ed nndcoIfletely ruled and frequently routed by y kouasekeoper lm elderly widow In tact of aU the men of my ac tualatlce I was probably the most prlisaic the least adventurous the lene11aan In a hundred who would be lkely to 6o without a deviation from the normal through the orderly pro cealsloa of the seasons summer suits ttF wlater flannels golf to bridge so it was a queer freak of the de iaozs of chance to perch on Ely un- susceptible 30yearold chest tie me ug WIth a crime tick t me with a love affair and start melon that sen aiatioal sand not always respectable surprlsinglylessthan private ceIt h ad been the most rerDbI per1od of my life I would neithergive itup nOr Jive it again inducement and yet a- Ulbatrlostr was some 20 yards off my WrITeIIt was really McKnIghts turn to make the jnext journey I had a tournament at Chevy Chase for Saturday and a hort yacht cruise planned for Sunday end when a man has been grindingat statute law fey a week he lcKnightbeggedo heal sh1rked that summer in order flo to Richmond and I was url about it But this time he had new excus- eIwouldnt be able to look after the uslness if I did go he said He has sort of wideeyed frankness that makes one ashamed to doubt him Im always carsick crossing the nountntns Its a fact LolUe Seesawing over the peaks does It Why crossing the Alleghany mountains has the gulf stream to Bermuda beaten to a frazzle So I gave him up finally and wen home to pack He came later in the e esing with his ma9hlne the Can llbnbill to take me to station and he brought the forged notes In the Br nson case Guard them with your life he warned me They are more precious honor Sew them In your cbest protector or wherever people keep valuables I never keep any Ill not be happy until I see Gentleman A 1Y tIolng the lockstep He sat down on my clehn collars found my cigarettes and struck a WItl11anemovement The Pirate Is my housekeeper Mrs Klopton a very worthy women so labeledand libeledbecause or a fa rocious pair ot eyes and what Mc Knight called a bucaneerlng nose 1 quietly closed the door into the hall Keep your voice down Richey I aid She is looking for the 1venlng paper to see It tis going to rAin She has my raincoat and on umbrella wait t jngin the hall The collars being damaged beyoa d repair he left them and went to the window He stood there fir soul e time staring at the blackness that reptcsent d the wall tJc houae next door Its raining now he said over his shoulder and closed the window an l the shuttnrs Something In his voloe made me glance up but he was watch Ting me his hands Idly In his pockets Who lives next door he inquired ln a perfunctory tone after a pane e was packing my razor Houst is empty I returned absent y If the landlord would put It in tome sort of shapc Did you put those notes la your pocket be broke In 4S I was Impatient iong ilLh4myI cerUilcates ot reglstratio ktIhrIApY SJIU1JSrRATlCOPyRIaHT tv ao es 1iLRRfLL COMP Xy baptism and vaccination Whoever wants them will have to steal my coat to get them werelyouwhere you put them Somebody right at that window opposite I scoffed at the idea but neverthe less I moved the papers putt g them in my traveling bag well dowjl at the bottom McKnlght watched me un easily have a hunch that you are going to have trouble he said as I locked the alligator bag Darned If lUke starting anything important on Fri day YoU have a congenital dislike to start anything on any old day I re- torteit stIll sore frOm my loot Sate urday nd if you knew the owner of that house asI do you would know that if there Was anyone at that window he Is paying rent for the privilegeMrs Klopton rapped at the door and spoke discreetly froI the hall Did Mr McKnight bring the even- Ing paper she Inquired Sorry but I didnt Mr Klopton McKnight called The subs won three to nothing He listened grin ning as she moved away with little Irritated rustles of her black silk gown h finished my packing changed my collar and was ready to go Then very captiously we put out the light andopened the shutters The win dow across was merely a deeper black In the darkness It was closed and dirty And yet probably owing t0- Rlcheys suggestion I had an un easy sensation ot eyes staring across at ine The next moment we were at the door poised for flight Well have to run for it I said In a whisper 4Shes down there wi a package of some sort sandwiches probably And shos threatened me with overshoes for a month Ready now I had a kaleidoscopic view of Mrs Klopton In the lower hall holding out an armful of such travuiing impedimenta as she deemed essential while beside her Euphemia the colored housemaid grinned over a white wrapped box Awfully sorryno timeback Sun day I panted over ray hoillder Then the door closed and the tsar was mov- Ing away McKnight bent forward and stare at the facade ot the empty house next door as wo passed It was black staring mysterious as empty build ings are apt to be Id like to hold a postmortem on that corpse of a house he saId thoughfully By George Ive a no- tlon to get out and take a look Somebody after the brass pipes I scoffed House has been empty for a year With one hand on the steering wheel McKnight hetdnut the other tor my cigarette care Perhaps he said but I dont see what she would want with brass pipe outrightIIthats all Theres an xpeLlrnettt like that If you stare joug enough But McKnight was growl g sulky he sat looking rigidly ahead and he did not speak again until he brough- the Cannonball to a stop at the station Even then it was only a perfunctory remark He went through the gate with me and with five mi- rtes to spare we lounged and smoke in the train shed My mind had all away from my surroundings and ha wandered to a polo pony that couldnt afford and Intended to buy anyhow Then McKnight shook oU his taciturnity For heavens sake dont look so martyred he burst out I know youve done all the traveling this sun mer I know youre missing a game tomorrow But dont be a Patient mother confound it I have to go Richmond on Sunday II want see a girl Oh dont mind me I observed politely Personally I wouldnt change places with you Whats her nameNorth South West he snapped Dont try to be funny And all I have to say i3lakeley is that it you ever fall In love I hope you make an egregious ass of yourself In view of what followed this came rather close to prophecy The trip west was without Incident I played bridge with a furniture dealer from Grand Rapids a sales agent for a Pittsburlt iron firm and a youn g professor from an eastern college I won three rubbers out of four finished what cigarettes McKnight had left me arid went to bed about one oclock It was growing cooler and the rain had ceased Once toward morning I wakened with a start for no apparent reason and sat bolt upright I had an uneasy feeling that some one had been looking at me the same sensation I had experienced earlier to the evening at the window But I could feel the bag with the notes between thme and the window and with my arm thrown over It for security I lapsed again into slumber Later when I tried to piece together the fragment of that journey I remembered that my coat which had been folded an d placed beyond my restless tossing had been rescued In the morning fro m n heterogeneous jumble of blankets evening papers and cravat had be 4n shaken out with profanity and donned with wrath At the time nothing occurred to me but the nece3sity writing to the Pullman Company an asking them If they ever traveloedln their own cars I even formulate some of the letter I was more ebearful after I had hid a cup of cotfcF In the Union sta lion It was too early to attend to busluess and I lounged In the restaurant and hid behind the morning papers As I had expected they had got hold or my visit lnd Its clttect On the first page was a staring announcement that the forged papers In the Bronson case had been brought to Plttaburg Underneath a telegram from Vashlng ton stated that Lawrence Blakeley Blakeley S McKnight had left for Plttsburg the night before and that owing to the approaching trial of the Bronson case and the illness of Jo h Gilmore the Plttaburg mllllonal who was the chief witness for the prose uUon It was supposed that the visit was intimately coacernett with the trial 1 looked around apprehenaivel y There were no reporters yet insight tiL l and thankful to have escaped notice I paid for my breakfast and left At the cabstand I chose the least dilapi dated hansom I could find and giving the driver the address of the Gilmore residence In the East end I got in I was just In time As the cab turned and rolled oft a slim youn man in a straw hat separated hlII1self from n little group of men and hur ried toward us Hey Wait a minute there he called breaking Into a trot But the cataby did not hear or per Naps did not are toW e jogged comfortably along to my relief leaving the young man far behind I avoid reporters on principle having learned long ago that I am an easy mark fo a clever interviewer It was perhaps nine oclockwhen I left the station Our way was along the boulevard which lugged the side of one of the citys great hills Far below to the left lay the railroad tracks and the seventy times seven looming stacks of the milts The mist of the river the grays and black- of the smoke blended Tinto a halfre vealng haze dotted here and therewith fire It was unlovely tremen dous Whistler might have paintedf t with Its pathos Its majesty but he would have missed what made it in finitely suggestivet e rattle and roar of Iron on iron the rumble of wheels the throbbing beat against the ears of fire and heat and brawn welding prosperity Something of this I voiced to the grim old millionaire who was respon sable for at least part of IL He was propped up in bed in his East end lPme listening to the market reports read by a nurse and he smiled Ii little at my enthusiasm I cant Gee much beauty In it my self he saId But Its our badge of heretPittsburg without smoke wouldnt be Pittsburg any more than New York prohibition would be New York Sit BlakeleynWestinghoused inIally and without understanding using initial and abbrevIations as they came But the shrewd old man followed her easily As the nurse droned along I found myself looking curiously at ill photo graph Ina silver frame on the bed side table It was the pact re of a claspedtobackground her figure stOOd tout slim and young Perhaps it waste rather grim environment possiblY it was my mood but although as a gene thing photographs ot young girls ake no appeal to me this one did I found my eyes straying back ttj It a little finesse I even made out the name written across the corner All son hir Gilmore lay back among his pillows and listened to the nurses listless voice But ho was watching me from under his heavy eyebrows far when the reading was over and we were alone ha indicated the picJ turo with a gesture I keep it there to remind myself that I am an old man he said That is my granddaughter Alison West I expressed the customary polite surprise 11 which landing me respon nice ho told me his like with n chuc kbo of pride Morc surprise this time genuine From that we went to what he ate for breakfast and did not eat for luncheon and then to his reserve power which at 65 became a matter for thought And so In a wide circle back to where we started the pIcture Father was n rascal John Gilmore said picking up the frame The happiest day of my life was when knew he was safely dead ln bed and not hanged It the 1r11d had looked like him Iwell silo doesnt Shes a Gilmore every intli Supposed to look like me Very noticeably agreed soberly I had produced the notes by that time andl replacing the plctt re Dar froixdCaradhe picked up the next Thpn ho leaned back and took ort his glasses Theyre not so bad he said thoughtfully Not so bad But never saw them before Thats m unofficial signature I am inclined tt thinkho was speaking partly tc- hlm3e1to think that ho has got hold or a totter or mine pro ably tc Alison 13rotasen was n friend of hm rapscallion of a fattier I took Mr GUmores deposition ani ofput It into traveling bag with the forged nptes When I saw them again almost three weeks later they werE unrecoggizable amass ot charred pu nper on n copper ash tray In the In serval other and bigger things had happened The Bronson forgery efts had shrunk beslda the greater and more imminent mystery of the man ii lower ten And Alison West had conu into the story and Into my I1f TO DE CONTINIIEAI S me9ne Might Get Hurt Pietro drifted to Florida and was workln with a gang at railroad t4bewarethat theyould always give the warning Iat le before striking One hot d4y he was eating his noon luncheon on a pine log when he saw a big rattler coiled a few feet in front of him Ho eyed the serpent and be gun to shift his legs over the log He had barely Sot them out of the Ray when the s akes fangs hit the bark beneath him Son of a guna yelled PIetro dabellEverybodysSome me need to be called down about twice day Trlbut to HoldUp Artist The train doesnt stop at Crimson Gulch any ore No replied ThreeFinger Sam lm afraid the town doesnt got much espee from the railroad isfnews got around that Stage Coach Charley had settled Itere that train jest gives one shrek nd jumps out of sight SlcomeNecessaryAnd shoes Allens IfactEase the antlseptlo aChIngteetBunIons Always Use It for Breaking In New shoes and for dancing partIes Sold FRrY Cruel Mrs Benha Every time I sing to the baby he cries BenhamHe gets his ability as a musical critic from my side of the house syrapatlstaaiattoaalla7apalaaureswlndoona lie aboWe A soul occupied with great Ideas JamesMartineau She Took No Chances A happflyweddedmatron fltbaprl1clpal or an odd incident which one of her udear friends relates tohertshe met her dear friend on the hurryingtowardot the city John gave me an engagement ring she explained without a shadow of embarrassment and I am going down to see how much It cost Yea see Igot the jewelers name oft the box and she hurrIed on The same friend said that another bit Information the matron got wax the commercial standing ot the pros pective husband whIch she secured by payIng for a special report from a commercial agency f Saving Money at Home Theres lots of wastefulness 1a thatacIsntEuyTaskSoap the worl4 of cheap common osla soaps and costs the same It does the moreeasilywith its price it saves clothes fuel oPtIGetThe years write their records oa- mens hearts as they d treesdinner circles of growth which no eye can seeSaxe HQIm We are builders of our own charao tersJ F W War- e11tYMURffiEEYERIJfU Fse R4Wsk KaaryWMsryIyw as EYELIDS- MurfneDoesntSmirtSootbesEyePaI SLNMtlrlaMAILMurlnEyeReanedyCoChica r 4 1 Yt If u had positive proof that a certain remedy rtfemale ills hid made many remarkable cures you not feel like trying it If during the laSt thirty Years we have not succeedeis Pinkhamssands of women of the ills peculiar to theIr sex then we long for an opportunity to do so by direct correspondence Meanwhile re the following letters which we grantee to be genuine and truthful We1meMfnftammationdoctoring and receiving only tempo relief when a Campound t bottlerofnwell woman I give you full perlnissionto use mytestimolniaL Mrs Lena Oarmocli1o Hudson Ohio R F D No7l- li i I iitfilit j St Falls N YTwo years ago rwas r j 80 badthatIbad to take tomyoodeverymeJitJl ii I weeksi arIJim mediCine and good advice You ma tue mletter for the good of othersTiffs J IIj Breyorgr St Regis Falls NY There is absolutely no doubt about the Zability of grand old entedY made from CuTt3femaleenough to convince the most skeptical 4 cComd toherselfandhasthousanMrs Pinkham incites all sick women huCUlded d Address Mrs Pinkham Lynn MassY C GUARANTEED HARNESSOE3ICO HARNESS uscostdealer will give you with each sat A PROTECTION CERtkiCATE both him your andourselves guaranteeing the material and defectworkmanghip so be without why trust te NESS when you can be sure of getting the beat your money will buy Order OEiCO llAR anything through your locAl dealer look for the trademark And get your signed guarantee Ifgoes quibbleOIn ell d r doubled and RlItche LINESx14 Inch spring InchTrimmingPRICE ONLY lS4S Bbownwritedealeru name A postal will do IEo ORAFMORSBACH CO Harness Makers for the Three CINCINNATI OHIO NS Far Eye EP1O Q DISTEMPERCatarrhIFvet Fever PorSurecureandpoitivpreventtvrometterhoeharuatanp ataerelcfecte4 0 e e tha Poultry l= mnlr1r eCures eLDg andabeepandChotersla m J tuttblsouLheeplkCsoeeaendCurn apscta Agentewanted p SPONn MEDICAL CO tiaotrloloplatoGOSRfht l1Wei USA wti rH+ v w t xt 4 h nt1i4L- r I bfraLjE- LDER BLOOM 8y MARTHA MccoJocIIwicttAMs J t You say elder bloom is sickish wT I love ItIt minds we eo of- thina8things maybe I had better forget ItS hard loving and JosJng Suet through Pure pride If I had known Wit at twenty you think everything ot your own Way John said I was twenty only by the bookthe big Hible where all ov ages were set down He would have it outside of that I was lust about men But he thought I was old enough to marry him Somebody else thought sotooAl len Waite the squires lame son We hMJ gone to school together aU threeJohn had always helped Allan oa and Oft his pony and in class it had often come my way to make thIngs a little easier for him A good lad he was in spite of being so sadly wpotW It hurt his people terrible to have their only child a cripple He had been born straight and lusty as any bodys childit was a fever that gave r him the withered leg and twisted toot Except for them he was fine and well made with a lace like a picture But some way when I looked at him Johns face always cameo betWeena goot ugly honest faoe with the kindest broWn eyes to Tightpit I loved John all the guy up from spelling bOokSyet he never scared for one except as alittle lonesome igirl until I was rising nineteen All heAareeo right awayi1joy aver lolled- shouldnt be living now But here f l Vl- Allan Came Over ItSJurrlng came In the tormented myself wondering ii he bad sensed how I love i him and come tome out of pity So I back He was patient enough with metoo patient for our gooduntU Alle Waite began haunting me and say Lug everywhere I was the beauty of the country It was truth though all along unti- I was full grown Id been called- almost ugly a tearing tonboy frowsy and freckled who cared n more for frocks than tQ have the woole apd clean and had rather play hopscotch and ride races bareback on the colts than sit and sew patch work or make puddings or darn stockings Aunt Jane had changed aU that she was my mothers sister and let me see she cared to have me look the lady My stepmother had not carednobody had until Aunt Janey came She made me pretty dresses and brushed my hair till it was like spun gold and took oft my freckles with buttermilk and kept me in gloves till my hands were baby soft She was to blame for the boys both loving me But they never held Jt against herand certainly I dont Its right down pitiful to thInk of a girl growing up and never knowIng what it is to play the great game Love is the great game I had my Sri of It that summer twenty years teach In the early June the elders qll flowered the richest heaviest bloom ever saw on them And there were such clumps of them all up and down our lane With wild roses In between and wild buckwheat cUmbing And tangling everywhere I loved to walk there stopping whiles to bury my face in the elder bloom I never liked to pick the clustersI- smed a sort of sacrilege Th moon fulled as they were In prime and John walked wIth me through Its shining He lived a little wa off and came almost every nigh- The lane was our refuge Aunt Jane had gone away for a little while and my stepmother never opened the test room for anybody short of th minister She didnt mean to bo unkindit was only that she loved to know and hear all anybody said Sh- could e see us walldrg the lane epgth in the moons ine also she woul d never have let me go She was all for Allen thinking so much of money as she did Ho came In the day timeOQenings his fathe r wanted him to stay and talk over cues With him Allef had read law but never meant to practise being sensitive as to showing himself He had asked me to marry him the week after John proposed Partly from vanity partly to make John prize me more I let him dangle on after me telling him to waltI didnt know what 1 Would say to him in the end That wasnt a storyI loved John Itseemedtiould be s wlfeand ii I couldnt well certainly I couldnt live along with my stepmother It wad her housefather had leftme only his bit of money She had said Youre welcome to stay until you marry fully expecting the time to be short That night of the fUll moon the world was all silver the elder flow ers more than silverpearl Wild spice pinks in the gardenIHeave grapes were in spice pinks tn the garden Heaven itself cannot be sweeter than was the air and the dew was so heavy it showed tn beads over everything and plashed down big drops when ever the mockingbirds st1rred Three of them sang at once up and down the lane thep had nests in the hedgerows and sang to their mates nightNowthe memory Was like fire Midway the lane we heard some body Tiding in the far end of striding lard There was a little rise before the end As we looked we raw MIen come spurring over itbareheaded and stooping in his saddle He was upon us all in a whiff and saying fretfully W11nt are you doing here itLyn efite Come back with me to your other rHe saId it with atrt1Krlty John afieppefl before him caught hIs bridle rein and said before I could answer him Lynette will stny hero as long as She tikeswith the man she 1s going to marry1Iscramblingdownhe had the strength of a bull bearhugfoamingsmiled With a shake ot the shoul ftungAlIen uptightChoose betwixt us little girl he said I thought you had chosen me Remember I shall never ask you againLynette Lynette My God I hoarselyI do rIghtto be honest and truebutJohn had said he would never ask againhe must be mighty sure of me And poor Allen How could I flout him with a happy rival I overtiI shant marry anybodyuntil I Please wentnyear Allenon his deathbed JIe said Id MyselfOh1Butlast week I got a letternextweek John is coming for me I shall charityousmThe Orange Fllefish New York acquarlum has now i tits tanks 16 adut orange filefIsh most of them from Gravesend bay and someof them ranging up to 20 Inches in length a greater number of these curious and ungainly thrgh attract ive creatures than It eves had at one time before The fileflsh takes its name from a threecornered spine an shape like a threecornered file rising from Its head In the case of full grown fiShes to alength of four or flue inches and carrylowoffence Qr defence In some parts the fllefish Is known as the hambag fish because of Its shape and color Its body has more or less the form that a flattened out hambag would have and In color the fllefish or hambag fishis twothirds yellow and onethird brown or choc olate looking something ns hambng might look after It lied hung up aroundsomewpere long enough to get pretty dusty No Scratching The sUffragettes had gone to war repulsede the suffragette priaoncrs asked the corn wander of tie mere man forces repliedtAh relieving them of their wealones eh T fingerePrecocity Kitty had found a stray section orgas pipe and was trying to crowd her doll into It feet foremost petasked1m puttin n hobble fit irtit1mamiua said Klttt heI t WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM II CONVENIENT TO FARMERS Makes Farm Life Attractive and Lessens Danger From Fire Can Very Readily Be Used for Carrying Water to Dairy and Barns Can farmers have running water hot or cold In their dwelling houses Most certainly What will the cost be Fifty dollars and UP depending upon the sire of the house and the kind of equipment needed This makes possible the bath and toilet room pro tection from fire the easy washing of windows and walks the sprinkling ot laWns the irrigating ot gardens and all the other conveniences which tew years ago were thought possible only la CltIes where big water sys L j 14- IiI t Hand Pump and Pressure TInk tams were available writes Clarence 4 Shamel In Orange Judd Farmer This Is one ot the things that makes farm Ute attractive It lessens the work inn the house insures a fine lawn and garden red ices danger from fire aids greatly td comfort and con wenience In every direction The way to secure this Is to Install a water supply system with a pressure tank In the basement This pres bypumpingsure the water is forced allover the puse and Is available for the bath rOOm toilet room and the garden or fire hose The water Is distributed aoot the house exactly as It Is In city homes by means of galvanized iron pipes Where a small building is to be supplied and the amount of water to be used Is not large the SY- Stem can be Installed for 60 For the average house 90 Is a better figure Where the house is large and where considerable amounts of water are needed for the lawn and garden and possibly also for washing carriages automobiles and horses a larger aye tem should be installed costing up to 150 The cost of the system there fore depends upon the wishes of the owner and the demands that wlll be made upon It Its installation is easy and Its opo ration is exceedingly simple Any pipe fttter or plumber can put In the plant so that It will work perfectly All that is needed for operating W to keep the tank pressure up to the def t r sired point This may be 20 40 60 100 pounds A few strokes of th pump if the work Is done by hnd I sufficient It a of water is u edo course amount of pumpIng wn increase By being economical In th use ot water that Is to say by wast- Ing none this matter of pumping I not at a serious The most satisfactory method o pumping however Is to use a wind It is well known to eperienced breeders and nature students that birds will once in a while have white offsprIng this ex the origin In this coun try is known as the White Holland key So keenan observer as Taget- meler is on recOrd as saying that It is welt that most bIrds wild as well as tam occasionally produce per- tectly white diyiduals of more dell mlU or whist Is much better a gasoline engine Every uptodate farm ought to have a small gasoline engine which be utilized not only for operating thIs water supply but for churnIng sawing wood cutting feed and doing a dozen and one other jobs about the farm It would take only a few minutes of pumping to raise the pressure In the tank to the deSired heIght With the engine it wlll not be necessary to be economical In using water provided the well la a good one and the supply ot Ratio large I have a system of this kind in my country home It was installed tour years ago an cost 76 Previous to that time nothing of the kind had been used my neighborhood We take care ot the waste water and sewage by ruining a large the from the baWmom onequarter of a mile distant to a large cistern located in the center of a big field This Is die infected about twice a year and is anytroduring the coldest weather Neither have I had any difficulty with the waste system In tact the water supply is practically perfect and I don t see how any farmer who can get to- gether75 or 100 afford to be without It The illustrations indicate the a rangement of a water supply system ns can ire readily seen is very Ilmi pIe The system can wo be used fOf supplyIng to stock tanks and these may be located anywhereon the farm The pressure developed in the tank is sufficient to force the anywhere wanted This use will of course depend entirely upon the wishes of the owner and Is simply a matter of cost of pipes It can very readily be used for delivering water to dairy or other stock barns where Jt can be run into water troughs the stalls or elsewhere as dealt Oil the whole the farm water supply system is one of the most latlsfaO op fla Domestic Water Worki System lot the qU problem t otwht tur known can system can tory that has ever been invented and should ho looked up by everyone who Is desirous tos cure comfort and con venience Care of Milk Carry the milk out ot the stable as soon as you get It from the cOw Milk Is awfully grasping It will take every Qmeli within its reach Dont give it a chance f DELICATE BREED OFD TURKEYS blackplumaged plains water cato constitution than the parents There can be no doubt that the selection and pairing ot such is the ways in which the breed of white turkeys has seen established and kept up J A Lelanp a noted Illinois breder ot White turkeys says As to color I have thatdidI lives plumage during some period ot their I H1N THE ART GALLERY 3 SLre Mr HayrickMandy th a here catalogue says that that artist got 6000 far paintin thet little picture Mrs HayrickMy gosh Hiram I wonder wbat on earth hed charge fer- paintin a barn FOR THE SKIN AND SCALP Because of its delicate emollient sanative antiseptic properties derived from Cuticura Ointment united with the purest of cleansing ingredients and most refreshing of flower odors CuticuraSoap is unrivaled for preserv Ing purifying and beautifying the skin scalp hair and hands and as slated by CuUcura Ointment for die pelllng itching irritation and inflammation and preventing clogging of the pores the cause of many dlsftg uring facial eruptions AU light In a clearskin soft white handsI a clean wholesome scalp and live glossy h 1rwill find that CuUcura Soap and ent1cura Ointment realize every expectation CuUcura Reme- dIes are sold throughout the world Potter Drug i Chem Corp sole pro prietors Boston Mass Send to them for the late t CUticurs Book maut- hority on e best care of the skin scalp hair nd hands It is mailed free on requ st T4e Independence You will always find those who think they ow what 4s your duty better than ou know it It Is easy in the world live alter the worlds opinion it easy in solitude to live isrwho in the midst of the crowd keeps with erfect sweetness the In dependence f BolltudeEmerson OWS This undred Dollars Jteward for 1l1 yrF Z CHENEY 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Signatu1Y cc TirE CnAUR COMPANY aka NEW YORK ha irsnteed under the Foods act Copy of Wry JX A Handicapped Omelet f You let some of the swiftest a4e- corcheras get by without a Worel I kndW f1 replied the vhlageeetr f bleuMy glasses dont sJfmYrieyes like they used to and l caetde tslqwherrNothing of the Sort ve you any avuncular lie trIfIr1 one Aint no disease ofasi1f in our family t j DontPersecubi yqur Bowels Cateeaa xfeia3 T4aeMeat may Ti CARTERS rfiiLIVER r1LLr- elyve ile Aet ITTssslxeoaFwLCwiC M = Itawask ai Tiikee ea sirebnv Small till weal Dwll Pzi Genuine eh Signature f 7- we LDOUCLAS I SHO ESKDI stoo S250 ooI S4N N- WOMENS Osa50MJOYS 52009250 300- THESTANDARD FOR 30 YEARS Tleyare absolutely the most popnlarand eAmerkaThey where because they hold their shape i better look better aad wear Ion eet than other make They are positively the most economl oefcx you to bay areDenglasmarmea thentaUpdce ttapN- en tkebottoBtvaluparutHcL TAKE NO U IV ieaiae eaasot aSpply yea write for Man Otik CataJeC w L JOUCLAS lehtw liar WormsCucarcts are eertaialy fut fta frkad one whea the wu tratixg him for befour=a 1te- cud is three dan1ie1lled a ca feet It wu Ill Matt F aiIDauphin Co Pa Iam QUite a worker ter Gees theabadddforChas Lew1MooPL xIII C- aPIPalatable Poet Tae Gee1 orGrJteJOetat ataDitped C C C G Ie secs or yogic s ccey back M GEMCOGall CNrc Collars will not gall the horse For sale by your local dealer U yoil padtomention your dealels name Tee IIIfMlasICICI Makers for the trade GEYOO HARNESS TIlo godranteedClxisaaf WHEELSBuggy Tope- and 1 Tria stings Bod PolesShafts TopvBugg fereaealogueIUOli1aSCHEU Co EIS rtt h A HOMESTEADDo you want a Land Hosacateadt InforseMiatsent tree lion to Get Farm of COMPANYBuM aPanSu i nabsellrelelaywaterSKlTll aPRWE Pink Cd CeoAJa W N U CINCINNATI NO 31J111 cAsioititPor7afab TheHind You Have AlwayS Bousht Bearstho JSignature ofIIin J LlkFt uS or Over 1ftify Years CASTIRIA r en i 1 y i TiT 1T S 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SU 1 WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 28 Ig10 Fuhrman COBloomfield KY- Desire to announce the arrival of a beautiful line of- IMan Tailored Suits and Cloaks for Misses and Ladies to fit the smallest as also the arrest at i Prices from 1000 up 1M ngi and Boys Clot inf in large variety No charge for alterations on Suits TJtei estschoolshoes on earth also the best Mens Workin Shoes ln QifhJTops Everything in Men and Ladies fixingTWe alSo have a rood line uf all sizes in hugs Carpets Oil Cloth and Mat tings A few prices to give you an idaa what we will save you- All Callicoes se Apron Gingham Sc Bleached and Brown Cot nton SC Childs Vests and Pants roc Up Blankets bigg ones g8c up White and grey Mens soc Underwear for cold weather 75c suit Mens Union Suits i worth 150 To make vour purse last FI longestpatronizeCOB1oomfie1d Ky Public Sale TN ORDER TO DISSOLVE PARTNERSHIP WE WILL ON Wednesday OCT 5 1910-t BEGINNING AT 10 OCLOCK A Mn otn farm 4i miles from Springfield on Bloomfield pIke near VaUey HillRy offer forisale t9 the hIghest and best bidder the following property Our Farln of 168 Acressaving on ita rood five room dwelling house with excellent improvements ha AnthisPERSONAL PROPERTY 12 yetis old mare in foal 13 year old mart in foal 14 vearold mare in foal foakai mare mule four yearsOld 2 twoyerJld mare mules lw mule 1 horaL colt 1 twoyear k1horse 5 Rood Steers weighing absut 1100 lbs 4 gcrcfHeifers weighing about 800 lbs horse 1 Jersey Heifer 1 yearling Heifer 2 Milk Cows 20 of outhdown Ewes 1 good Sows to 11 head shoots about 80 two 10000 Tobacco Sticks About 30 Qf Quantity of thiqgstoor TERMSAil sums under 10 cash Over that amount on a credit of s- irnotithnote payable in either hank with good personal security bearing si per cegt iterest from date rDINNER ON THE GROUND H RSWWMuddr-S M CAMPBELL Auctioneer I JPublicSaleit ot r dissolve partneTShIp we will uffer sale at R H Edelens farm liml tW1l Springfield on Springfield and Lebanon turnpike on SATURDAY OCT 81910PROMPTLY AT 1 OGLOCK P MIIfiln our Live Stock and Farming Implements as 6 good8rood and Work Mores in foal 1 Shorthorn BUll 1 good WorkHoise YPoll Angus Bull a4 year otdDriving Horse gentle for 3 good Milk Cows women 40 Ejrs Class Sheep and 2 good Bucks f Work Mules 3to 8 years 4 Brood Sows and 75 Stock Hogs 1 twoyearold Filly 1000 Bushels of Cornf2 yearling Fillies i 2 Wagons 3 yearlIng Mules 2 Buckeye 1Suckling Mare Mulei ttOnp Buggy CultIvatorsti Suckling Mare Colt T J 1 Spring Twentyeight Steers and l0 feifers Farming tl kinds t 7 tERMS Sums of 14 tftUnder CasK Over 10 on a credit of months percMontgomeryS Public SaelOF ValtJable Live Stock Grain and Implements the farm of R W Clements 4 t miles from Prinsfield on Bar ds town pike o- nWednesday OCT c191910BEGINNING AT OCLOCK SHARP it sell to the highest and best bIdder the following S head 1100 poundSteers- ail Cows 2 registered and 3 subject to register 2 to be fresh 2yearli i teers 2 yearling Heifers suckling Calves 1 4year01drood and good work Red Bird Mare in foal to Jack a good mare mule colt by her side year old Brood Work Mare with Rood colt her side 13 year Chester Dare Mare broke to ride and drive 16year County Member Harness and sa hors- ellyearfld German Coach Horse Colt Shorthor 1 cow and calf head due pig lbs 2 horsewagons acres Corn Hay and Oats to for J alf fQ heI old nIce six the 1230 will soon 14 and by old old dle tabout 10 years old Horse good worker 3 2year old Mare Mules 15 searold good work mule 2 Sows and 1t Shoats About 800 bushels ot Corn 3 Stacks Oats 216 feet Log Chains 2 Riding Buckeye Cultivators l8ingle Shovel Plow 1 new Seed Fan 180 tooth Ha row 1 Wagon and bed l low Wagon 2 pair Stretchers 14 inch RIding BreakingkPlowi 1 Deering Mower 1 Buckboard gearingHOlscholdtoo numerous to mentIOn FIVE SHARES OF PEOPLES DEPOSIT BANK STOCK TERMS 20and under Cash Over 20 six months time interest from date of sale note with good personal security payable in either bank of SprJlIg meld This will be an absolute sate of everything put up without anY sort of bv bidding to c ourpartnership between R W Clements and HlteCI men s t r i RM J emenfs SQn- s M CAMPBELL u tlOnEeri4J fi1 iiJ f Smith On islands on contmentsthis is no myth SmithOnthe air i I seek for a change Smith is sure to be there On prairies on deserts again and againI to dodge him but always to vain On CapeFmistetreSome ubiquitous SmIth is sure to be there heres no shirking or dodging a man with that name He may call It Smythe yet its al thesumeBrownJones have their kin and theIr kith But they never can hold a candle to Smith I cant get away from himeven m death For directly rve dia4n my very lasst breath The first spirit Im certain that I shan meet with Will be somebody formerly scheduled as Smith New York Times YOU TAKE NO RISK Onr Reputation and Money are Back of This Offer We pay for all the medicine used during the trial if our remedy fails to completely relieve you of constipation We take aU the risk You are not ot lrgated to us in any way whatever If anythingsmore you any reason why Aou should hesitate to put our claIms to a practical testy The most scientific common sense treatment is Rexall Orderlies which are eaten like candy They are very pronounced gentle and pleasant in ac tion and particularly agreeable in every way They der not cause diarrhoea nausea tulence or any inconvenience whateverRexall Order lies are partIcularly good for children aged anddelicate persons We urge you to try Rexall Orderlies 25cxRemexdies in this community only at our store The Rexall store The Leo HaYrion Drug Co plasteisberlains Liniment for twentyfiye cents A of flannel dampened with thIs liniment is superior to any plaster for lame back pains in the side and chest and much cheaper Sold by aU druggists The Versionf Mary had a little lamb its fleece was white as snow It strayed away one day where lambs should never go And Mary sat her quickly down and tears streamed from berpyesshe never found the lamb because she did not ad vertise And Mary had a brother john who kept the village store he sat him down and smoked a pipe and watched the open door And as the people pass ed along and did not stop buy John still sat and smoked hIS pipe and blink ed his sleepy e1e And so tie sheri closed him out but still he lingered near and Mary came to drop with him a sympathetic tear How is It sister can you tell why other merchaiit sell all theIr goods so readily and fhtive rott vear to year ngirer own bad luck the little maId replies These other fellows get there John because they advertise Stubborn As Mules are liver and bowels sometimes seem to balk without cause Then theres AppetiteIndigestlonNervousness KingsNewach and Liver remedy So easy 25c at Haydan Robertsons Every Mule Has Its Day The mule is selling at prices that would have been thought high even in war times with greenbacks worth Iiis than 50 cents in gold And yet a few years ago when the city railways began to install electric power to toWke the place of mules we were told that the mule was to be a back number and the price would never again be high enough to become profitable Shows how easy it IS to be mistaken The mule is superior to the horse m the fact of being harder and less subject to dis ease and blemish than the nobler animal The Kentucky mule IS o1e ot the States most valuable products Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup Cham berlains Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even utter the croupy cough appears wIll prevent the attacK Sold by all drug KistsI An exchange remarks that telephone girls make good wives Why Be cause they are tired of talk 1 Or is It because they listen while other peo pie talk 1 No they have been tough twIsdom over the wires Your com pie xion as well as yotirtem per is rendered miserable by a dig rd ered liver By taking Chamberlain a Stomach and LIVer Tablets YOu can im prove both Sold by all druggists l IhIIiI I IIIIW 1 r OOffOn All I Cooking Stoyes k and Ranges IJ falilineII I I Stoves we now have on hand Begin Wing Oct 1st the railroad will require all E stoves to be crated before shipped 8 II and WIll raise the price from 10 to ndI I per cent on the stove You now the chance to avoid these extra charges III are now offering you Come in I take a look over our line of goods andI Iwill be glad to show you whether J oSblte Cleaver I I 1- s Earths Most Beautiful Object The Favorite Tonic for Women Makesxt Possible GET A BOTTLE TODAY Price 100 OLD ay I HAYDON ROBERTSON SUBS IUBEftS FREECOLUMMS Mrs Sam Tucker ri 1 has fr sale Rhode Island Red coekerels and pullet 1 each until Jan 1 Mrs Irvine Lynch Lebanon Rt 3 LeghonCockerels Turner Deringer Rt3 has for sale willisellMrs C L Brady Rt 3 has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock Cockerels l00 each The Sun and CourIerJournal 1150 ESSOCHICKEN jKeep Sickness Out of Your Poultry Yard The belt way to keep Brines out of sole poultry yard is to keep Faso OCharcoal where your bids can get it Whenever they want Easo Ckickea Charcoal is as u potIItrygritWe caa Iwypu witL 1 qdJyOH wart ud there is BOtJ yea caa feed your birds for aaythiag Qe a Jew COlt as Eso clackea Charcoal that wi keep tdica ies toedcediiea UL ILeU HAYGUPty Druar It- A tonic III atilt gorate ItoOkOI and young For weak serveua- men and womeat Every bat tie gaaranteeLGel it TODAY- DR110AGS Sell 17 HAY DON x0EttTSON oGCC RURAL T LEP 8familyto the latest market quotations at any time This can 0 ibe accomplished by means ot our telephop a service whit t you and your neighbors can get for n sum that IS small come pared with the benefits received Call or dress our near eat office or write direct to headquarters irshville Tnncfor information regarding our sp cjal FARMERS 8Weof Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi LoUisiana and the 6southern portion of Indiana and Illinois 0 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY g 0oo a nr tw t tYli3tCJJCltlt303- 3f1souuQa t QeQ b tieO QCPoouoaoouooooe l Pretty Good C Looking Chaps C That wear our Collars Ties and i other 6xins For there is a tonex t a about our Furnishings that lends e G distinction to any mansappeuance 0 Stop in and see the classiest line of p shirts neckwear etcyou ever laid o eyes on You wont find the same tone anywhere else o Grundy McIntire t D99o a o to to eptiouriiQQsiSOSD O aeO k t Df W oPractical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY IworkAfllce over Havdon Barber ti lfl D LAKjr Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENrucK Fire and Accident ILife e JOHN Y MA YESi funeral Director And- Licensed Embalm r 4 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY- Best t Attention oc Every courtseysho shown IW lIasdsoiae Lie of Caskets aid Wrial Rr Telephone Day ill Night 7 t 1TDR M W HYAtT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE iSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY s iJ OFFICE HOURS y 1030 to 12 m 4 to 5pm t it Dr J C Mud A7 SPRINGFIELD XENTUqKY tOFFICE J HATDONa = Office Hours 8to 9 A Klto2rf1ll J II LAMPTON M DPISPRINGFtElJ KY i 3 Office in Opera House 1jlOffice phone No 5 Residence No8e I T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Ky IWUpracticeiD the courtsof WWicebIagte AItndpPea1 1rWIllpractice in the courts of W a counties and is the coarilltKPpeaIf l0 fMARStiAll DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robeiltson Building ldBgtGaIS M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEERSpringfield it i specialtyWi i able Phone 84 i t t RM PUSSEi c AUCTIONEERSLebanon Ky Rt 3 1Korpub IC Sales a specialtq Cos cry sales anywhere cheaper tnaitbe rExchange4 FreeChikisRemedy What mother is not looking for something that will Help her ckildrea in the little ills of life soatetkiag for the stomach trouble and tke 1 bowel trouble Long ago she prob ably has bscone convinced that s child cannot readily swallow a pill or a tablet and that to break them in half and rusk them is an anaori nee that usually they work toe di and are and too t tior sending her name and address eu M resaledrthatand sow paying for This remedy S Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin and the eter ea tree trial bottle open to air JROt1Nr It itayou want you can obtain It Sa tIM fa ture of your druggist at fifty CMlta aaione dollar a bottle just as H Wally others are doing the tree sainpk t simply to convince you of IU merits rJLDaVis yf ItrtLoulsvUle t tM7havehouse since It k undoubtedly a treat tutljt Teas sta 0edy aJt e adapted to all age eIIIC aid pleaseatt to take and yet t tee eelUlyIdeal t i r old folks who need something pure and natural It has the advaRtage etJMe aIng a thorough laxative andd yet e nsalss tonic properties Use It for the t stubborn COMtlpatien lRdlgeetkHa Itrer trouble aICk headache sour etDr Caldwell penonal1t will be tst aet j Gto give you any m sear for yourae f or familyyou t the stomach liver 01 boW a free ot charge IxpWa your came i4 a letter nai he wilt IY to 1 to aie1W For the free aatapie as aeud yo sr aurae aIHI aldree ca a peetal canler tJotherwise POI thKw Ute deeter address IaDr W CaI4we1J1tHt f41r- N1 trNdtL tteall Dt t