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IJ c tl c bt pr14 tog J + efb U11 L Jst ft 7- I y DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY r 3 r i YOLUME VI SPRINGFIELD KY I WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5 UUO KVMIU 44 iMPORTANT MEETING H OfT eflscal burt UW Ye- sLerdayC N Willett Elected Road SupervisorI The Washington County Fiscal Court held an important and highly resting Session yesterday After claims t hadbeent assedupon the Court took up the election ot officers tobe elected by s this court The first office was that of roa supervisor to which M1CN WiIIett was elected The saI ar of the supervisor was increased to 1000 nerJ yr but with the provision that he bavetwo assistants the salary of each t ot whom shall be 300 per year It is- ounderstood that j H Gordon and Clar asItlon for pOor hous commissioner while a Dr Hamiltqn won without a contest for county physician In the race for poor- housefo keeper a number of men were Voted for but the contest finally nar Uowed down to Verne Auberry and Cle t Piles each of whom received three It decidItjnelected After the election the Courts I adjourned tQ meet Noy 17 i Departure of Rev G S hing s c t On Sunday last Rev G S King the reverend pastor of the Methodist church of Springfield preached his farewell sermnn prior to his departure for Eliza ethtown where he will reside for a Y2ar at least to recuperate his health e being impaiied The reverend gentle i man was vIsibly moved as hebade fare well to his congregation in tlie closing Sentences of his addresi and tears were shed by many of his audience testifying to the high esteeribj which this faithful servant ot God w6 held and to pthesorrow they felt at hIS departure horn among thom Rev T J Wade has been appointed to the Springfield charge ly the recent conference and will probably occupy 1the pulpit next Sunday k The Mystery ofPetrole mi At a recent meeting of a scientific sodetyat Washington one of the memc hers in discussing the present problems in earth phYSICS invlte4 attention to a mystery which will assume gleater Importance as the accessIble supply of I coal diminishesthe origin of pet zroleum Such vast accumulations of oil ds e 4iSt in the Caspian and Caucasus regions seep incompatible with the hypothesis that petroleum originates from animal ndv vegetable remains Mendeleeff BUg gested that the source of the soil is the J decornpOsitiofl ot iron earblds In the terrestrial crust but his hitothesis has c 1ot been genesily accepted If the or jglll is not animalor vegetable then it is thought the supply is very likely inI exhaustible Remarkable Morse tUnmindful of the fact that the stoner rlind BigJoe long the mQtive power for an express wagon arid for Years working on the Cunard line docks Tuesday of last week trotted from 1HendHckson Express Company stables in West Eighteenth street near Seven tb avenue New York to a llacksmith Ze a1Dewloose shoe After the shoe had been put on the horse made the return4 tripS to the Cunard line pIer at the tout West Fourteenth street where it walt tirel for its driver to come along and hithb it to a truck Saved from the Grave i had about gIVen up hope after Ssufferlng nearly tour years fron a se I vera lung trouble writes Mrs M L- Du ot Clarksville Tenn Often the in chest would be almost In wfkibe best lD dicine made tur the throat and lungs Obstinate cougbs stubborn colds hay fever la grippe asthmaIcroup bronchitis and hoarseneSs and cough yield 1it LiW fIGURE PORTOBACCO t Toewater of the American To bacco lompany says 10- or 12 is a fanc Pricef Mr F R Toewater leading buyer of the American Tobacco Company was ni This city Thurday and from he conversation he had with Mr p Wallace Rees and others it does not eem that the price of the H09 crop i f tobacco ill be as good as it was last r 1Retohim that it would t1J e a fancy crop f tobacco to bring 12 Mr Toewater 3lso stated that It was not probable hat the Amer1ca Tobacco Companya would be a bidder for the crop P f 1909 He stated to Mr R PScobee that an extia good crop would bring ten or twelqe cents and an averagei out eight cents Following is the exact conversation- S which occurred between Mr Toewater and Mr ReesSMr Wallace Rees met Mr Toewat r on the streets Thursdayand stated o him that he had a crop of tcbacco- his year and asked wht they were oing to pay or it Mr Toewater that they were willing to pay a fair price for the tobacco but thatl tall depended upon hata man ontdpred a fair price that some people onsidered 15 cerits a fair price but hat they considered 15 cents a prohib iToewatere dollars and Mr Toewater said that ittwould take a fancy one to bring it this year He aJso said that they 2onsider- d the pooled crop below the averaget n quality therefore could not sfite 1factbe m the market for that tobacco as i they were well stockedWinchester- Daily NewsrExit Buckskin harliel The show that peformed t the Ooera House here during last week finished Its engagenent to a crowded house on Saturday night The public was well pleased with the exhibit andpatrunized liberally The receipts from the Saturday night perormance footed up something like 85 On every night during the week some change was made in the program and taken altogether the how was a good one It was given out at the last performance that the management was so well satisfied with theirreceptionby the Springfield pea pie that they would return in about 6 weeks with a much more pretentious production MclTlRl Mr and Mrs James Edelen of Oak land Cal are her on a virittothe forI GeorgeIbfr Arnold of East Texas bought of Frank Keene one suckling mule forI 90 Our hustling youn trader Tom Wheatley has buuht about 50 head of cattle in this vicinity which were weigh ed here last MOnday Tom Blandford had the misfortune to have a threeyearold steer die recently from some unknown cause Miss Levry Bl ndold and Bart Smith of this place were quietly mat eveningIT Eo Ballard sold to John A Barber one tOW and pigs price unknown Miss Lossie Fields visited her sister Mrs Herbert Mattingly at Forest View last week IMrs Will Smith and little son Mar yin of Loretto were recent guests of Mr and Mrs J C Ensor ThompIson who have been visiting relatives htre fr the past week have to their homes near Science returnedI Mr and Mrs plel Pile gave folks a dance on last lIriday night Which was much enjoyed by alt present Len Mcntire and Roy Mudd were in Lebanon SunJay last Mls Mary Smiti has returned from wile pleasant visit to relatives in Louis Hamilton Young of H IMrs rdstownl guest of her sister Keene last week T E Ballard and J ames Fields attended cOurt at Lebanon Monday EDELENI POLIN Impressive Wedding Ceremony 4St Rose YesterdayMss j Pearl Edelen and Joseph Polin United Probably a more impressive ceremo- y was never performed in Washington countY than the one at beautiful and Picturesque St Rose yesterday morning whereby Miss Pearl Edelen and Joseph Polin were made man and wife he ceremony was performed with asuptial high mass and throughout itstduration the most enchanting music was rendered by Miss Cain at the organ B Dawkins on the violin nd the St Rose choir ot which MIssf lety Barber is soloist More 1ul music Has no doubt never been tendered it a wedding pere Following s the Program For all Eternity uMacheronolo with Violin obilgato MIss Piety Barber BercensobViolin solos by J B Dawkine the oed viainist aaMarch from Thunhauser- yThe choir under the direction of Miss Katie ain rendered Leonard Mass ill B hat The church had been tastefully decorated for the occasIon with plants smi ax and ferns while near the entrance o the chancel an arch was erected frol1 which a white wedding bell was suspen purityanvhile Father Gavin pronounced the sol mn and impressive words which made man and wite uniting their lives The wedding party formed at the front door and marched from there to- he altar The two ushers Alex Bar rfollowedis best man his brother John A Pol n next came the bride with her broth r George Edelen who gave her in marriage and lastly the little fl werI Mary Barber and Cortnne Mcln tire Just prior to the ceremony tbeI little ribbon bearers Miss Miller andC Master Tom Boldrlck had been escorted to the front bench where they sat with the ushers attendants and flower girls during th mass but joined in dllnlarchvice The bride was beautiful m a dress ofI brown silk with hat to match and cal ried a bouquet of ferns and carnations WhICh was augmented by the bouquets presented by the flower girls immediately after the marriage ceremony had been performed After the wedding the brIdal party and members of the two families repaired to the home of Mr and Mrs W T Leachman where an elaborate wedding breakfast wasIserveJ Today Mr and Mrs Polio entertained the wedding party and a few friends in hopor of the newly married couple- No young people for a long tme have plighted their trotir to whom the be tIwishes and the Godspeed of the ipm- munitv have been given more spontaneously and freely than to Pearl Edtlen and JJe Palm Both popular both pure and upright both sprung from honest h norable and sturdy stock and best of all sweethearts from childhood it was not only bya dispensation of the taw and the cjiurch that they married but it was a dispensation of Providence as well The briddis the daughter of Mr Polm Edelen and the groom is the son of Squire John O Polin Mr Polin arnernber of the local bar edItor of the NewsLeader and one ofthe best known and most popular of the young men of the county To our fellow editor and his bride we extend our heartiest con rlturations dfter 1 000 as a Settle ment to ltherington Estate LiCkIingsettlement of the Claim of the estate of Carl Etherington whd was lynched in Newark on the night of July 8 Under what is known as the Eubanks law the county is liable for 5000 as the law thatIed within their nordersIArrangements have been tnsde to be bin the trials ot those indicted In con nection with the lynching Two corn mon pleas judges are sitting simultan ously in the cases Assistant Attorney General W H Miller is assisting in the prosecutionsI NEW LOOSE LEAF MARKET Mr T Quisenberry Purhases Property Here and Will Open A Tobacco Warehouse We are to have still another loose leflf warehouse to assist in handling the tobacco crop of this and adjoining counties during the coming season Mr T Quisenterry has secured the warehouse n the rear of the depot from Mr J F Pettus and will equip it for a loose leaf house and y the beginning of the sea on Mr QUisenberry will be ready to handle all the tobacco that may be brought to his house s This is Mr Quisenberrys first yen ure in the tobacco business in Spring fieldbut nt his first venture in the to baccobusmess ashe has been dealing in the weed for nearly thirty years During this time he has been connected with some pi the best hotises m Lbuis lie and was warehouse inspector for city for four term Mr QUlsel erry is not only a competent tobacco man but is an affable gentleman as well nd we predict for him a successful ear TIIEOLDTIMEd COUNTY FAIR Brings fond Recollections of Pink lemonade and the Dare Devil Balloonist rAmong the loved spots that our in the county fairground was secondonly to the circus lot because it wag from the fairgroun that Prfes sor Skin nor the daredevil meronaut made an ascen ion ever afternoon at three oclock in crimson tights an a green gymnasium shirt Next to delight of gaping at the balloonist theI the joy of sipping circus lemon Fond recoleiction exalth this pink nectar above even the cool liquid that was thctracted from the Iron bound mossI nowIof the futurealas and twice slack For Professor Skinnor that artit who lived on adulation and an average weekly wage of five dollars per- th warning comes tnis season from dozens of counties that no balloonist need apply as long as an aviator is availably A motorcar with wings and a stolid chauffeur person with linendus ter and goggles take the place ot the varnished silk gas bag and the gaudy acrobat who kissed his finger tips and wafted kisses down to us from cloud land who on a trapeze fastened to Ii swiftly dropping parachute chinned himself skinned the cat and hung hy one toe his arms crossed on his chest Pink lemonade too IS checked for the land of fond recollections In Kansas a few weeks ago the State Board t Health ruled th t the barker whO speaks of a washtub full of tartaric acid saccharin water and a lemon peel as lemonade is violating the pure fooo law To every count fair m the State this unsentimental board sent orders out that the imitations must be labeled as such in big letters on the side of the tub and that the barker must cal1 it an imitation in his spiel Imagine him hits liice cold ladies and gents I regret to say however an imitation Even the imitation must be made of real citric ncid and contain neither saccharin ror tartitric acid The fact is the courty fair has been tak4ng on a more serous and educttion al aspect every seton The spirit of the agricultural collages is domin tin it At Independencb Mo this fall the prize card was an acre gar den illustrating what intensive farming can do and an exhibit of geological specimens crowded its way in among the jellies preserves and fancy work in the Fine Arts Building- The Demon of the Air Is the germ of la grippe that breathed m brings suffering to thousands Its atter effects are weakness nervous ness lock of appetite energy and nm- hton disordered liver and kid neys The Ire test need then is Eke tric Bitters the splendid tOPIC blood purlfiel and regulator of Stomach Liver and Thousands haVe prov ed that they wonderfully strenkthen tile nerves build up the system and re1tore- health anti good spirits after an attack of the Grip If suffering try them Only 5O Perfect satisfaction guaran teed by Haydori Robertson TilE NEW YORK SQUABBLE The Triumph of Roosevelt at the Saratoga Convention ComT pletepd Portentous The victory of the Progressive Re publicans in the New York convenei tlOn at Saratoga was comulete The ample majority of 125 by which Col onel Rooeye1t was chosen temporary hairmar mIred the adoption ofa pro ressve the nomination t a progressive candidate and the passage of the party organization over to the permanent control of the progr ive element The old gOard goes off the stage and brings to the front the men who ave supported Governor Hughes and his polIcies The heritors of the old political truditionwho traded in leg slation who received thousand dollar campaign checks or were retained to look after legislation will disappear from the scene The new men have new ideas and a different conception of political moralIty The only interests which tne new leaders of the party will know are the interests of the people i It is to be regretted that has decided not to MayorI idate of the new democracy York His greatcareer in the metropolis would have given him prestige with the voters ot the State and he would have been in all probabilIty the next Governor and a formidable Presidential candidate And whether Republicans or Democrats won the peaI pie could have been assured of an ad miQistration in their interests For both parties in New York it was fortunate that the insurgent fight was fought out to the end There was no compromise1and there should have been no compronse and decency won The same fight has just ehded in many of th2 Western States In WIsconsin Iowa Kansas and CalifOrnia there was agressiye leadership with a spect aculdr fight in Minnesota as the result of the direct primaries decedcy also won withou any flaring of trumpets The great contest from one end of the Union t4the other has raised the tone of both the old parties- Progressive1leIers al forcing both to popieagainst the interests Wincheiter Daily News A 6ood Position Can be ambitious young menI and ladies haiby field Of Wireless or Railway Since the eight hour law became effective and since the Wlreles companies are establish ing station throughout the country there isa g teat shortage of telegraphers Positions pay beginners from 70 to 90 p4r month wIth good chance of advance ent The National Tel egraph Institute operates six official institutes in America under supet vision of R R 4id Wireless Officials and pliues all graduates in to positions will pay yu to write them for full details at Ciinnati 0 or Philadel phia Pa oct 5 4t TUL DdC1ORS QUESTION Much Sickness Due to Bowel Dis orders IJ A doctor firstS question when consulted by a patient is Are your bowels regular 1e knows that 98 per cent of illness is ttended wIth n ctlve bowels and a topid liver avd that this con dition muste removed gently and the roughly befre health can be restored Rexall Or erlies are a positive pleasant nd saf remedy for constipation and bowel d sordels in general We are so certain their great curative value that we pro sise to return the purchas ers money in every case when they fail to prod ce entire satisfaction RexaU Or erlies are eaten like candy- they act qu ety and have a soothihg- strngthenii g healing inflnence on the intestinal tr t They do not purge gripe cause iausea flatulence excessive loosene s diarrhcea or other annoy ing effect hey are especially good for children weak parsons or old folks Twp sizes 2 c and lOc Sold only at our storeI ie Rexall store The Hay don Wtlle t Drug Co Your coui Ii annoys you Keep on hacking and tearing the delicate memo branes of br throat if you want to be annoyed B it If YOU want relief want CcughRemedyJ JI I i SIGNIFICANCE OF STATE FAIRS Great Public Educators ndof Inestimable Value to t6 tc 0 AK lculturlstL enterIuron the trIumph of the agriculturist When the fruits of the field are gather ed here is reason to rejoice The farmer does not depend upon Wall Strcee Wall Street depends upon the farmer The great State faIrs at Syracuse and Minneapolis reprent the biggest things in New York arid Min ne ota This waa not true a quarter of a century ago Then the socalled State fair whs the landagents show where the sheUgame operateth undis- turijed by polIce interference and the book mker plundered the halfintoxi cat d men who were easily induced to r play theracas Under the stupid short sighted aaY thoroughly immoral administFatioojpfS private jockey clubs spoc ulators the alleged State fairs fell nto such disrepute about twentyfive years ago that the farm journals took up an energetic editorial camp tn against themappealing to the poopl not to endorse them by their patronage and calling upon the State Legislature to torbid these private organizations to use tho name of the Shte- In MiOnesota this campaign became acute about twenty years ago The Twin City Jockey Club then rn the Minnesota State Fair When It wag deprived of the privilege of Using the State name its secretary said LetSem have a faIr run on SundaYSchOol lines There wont be enoligh peOple thereto trample oown the grass t The State took a hand An edUca tiopal show took the place of the form er conglomeration of freaks 8u rsoowsI unlicensed bars apd betting booths Dignifie1 and stately agricultura and horticultural buildings Wfr constructed on costly and pretentious Iaas Livestock amPhitheaters dairy poul 11I1achinerybuildi grounds that were soon intersected by smooth concrete walks sewers and electric WIre conduits From this Sundayschoolshow there now return annually to the home spread qver the Gopher State mor than 30000O visitors who tell the story of the fair to tIle neighbors whd idnt get down this year The fairbias become educational fun The demos strator of the new rotary barrel chura cries Tbe old dash churn is a pretty good chtirD allyuve ktto do is to- itike right hold and make hergoJirawa 1 t5pJ1keIt1S a wholesome method thofgetting your educatIon with al4utthI- of leamipg how to improve your for tunes at ia great State picnic At the State fair the farm wifi learns somehilg about the wasper that can be hitched to the windmill the new automatic breadmaker and the hundred and one things that are making the old stories of farm wives instantly a myth The State fair has made the Rube who had stuff in him a Progre- sive Citizen The other fellow WIhopeless anyway When the old adage that Uncle Sire had a tavm for every man was a corn mon slogan the American farmer wag- a careless independent wasteful tillir of the soilIYo cant tell me any tbing about farms said an old good natured rural Yankee Ive used up three He is the farmer who hag reveled in the lazy shiftless task of exhausting virgin fields and when thie was done moved with impatience to other acres yet unbroken by the plow He is the farmer to whom the faIr has only been a festisal a cqmbiiatioe- of bjg pum pkins shelved in friendly rIval and an amusement park of merr g rounds Indian dentists aed pink 1emonade stands His kind i being rtired through the muItipli- cof6urpopulation It is no longe7J to tin4 pew homestead farms v1rKmflelds are cleared Coiker a a Weekly Worse Than BII1ktS Bullets have often causel less luftri- ng to aoldiers than the eczema LW Han1l1a 1 of1iurhugtonMe got 1the army and suffered with zorty years But Bucklens Arnica Salve curec e wM failed he writes Gtagt eat li iIr tar sose ulcers hils beraa JkIi 1t r r f flje Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 7So far there are no fat aeronauts By the way Is It possible to play golf Is Esperanto An American had the latent word regarding the best aviator t It takes a pretty clever min to get ahead of a meter of any kind As yet the English languago Is not the least bit jealous of Esperanto Wireless has proven that It can cre ate just as much exCitement as ari iaeroplane When an automobile strikes a rail road train the victims are those In the machine Another way to attain greatness Is to be made prlsdent ota hayfever sufferers societyl Paris Is losing hr cab horses but no noticeable decrease in the price of meats Is reported It Is easier to muzzle the canines than It Is to keep firearms out of the bands of possible assassins Dont think Its by accident that a woman hits the object directly behind her She merely finesses her aim re phlg cool would be easier If the r who have advice to give o- nt subect would keep quietI A seismograph Is a very useful In ltrument It seems to keep all earth quakes at least 2000 miles away Boston now attains notice flSa port of entry for smuggled Chinamen You Simply cannot keep a good town down Ariot1jer sleepwalker has walked out ofa tlirdstory window Slumber pe destriltns should sleep In the base anent Boston boasts that It has the old est shop girl In the world She should be ready presently for musical ssainedy- choni Work It These New Yorkers who spend 6OOO a year on dress must be big men In order to find room to hang all the garments Powder and cream are tecesslty to protection for girls who fear sun suggestliving prl cess Mary of England has learne how to run a typewriter Now wquldOAnd now the peace advocates will fled that the new gun which shootS 0400 times a minutelit ire thing that Is really going to stop warfare 1TheiniversItY Professor who think i mathewatics and poetry are alike has ly never tried mathematics s romantic girl In the moonlight A Maine man tells a story of a friglitned deer jumping Into his lap while he was out driving in a buggy Is the gentleman sure that his spell tng Is correct According to a learned professor the typewriter Is the pOetry of motion resumably h intended to add that the motion mist be supplied by thEl right young woman operator An English woman Is prepaying to fly across the English channel and back Her manager should see to it that on the French side she does not go as Tar as the shops In Paris That new gun will be but an additional argument for the agitators for a universal peace also a weapon the hands of some poor nation that- does notbeUeve In that order o things While the airship Is still In its ex- erlmentplJ stiige and ambItious aero nauts are ilteeting with accidents reo peatedly it Is still evident that aerlal navigation has become a permanent feature ofrtravel In Europe prepara tlons continuo to be made for regular traveling schedules innowithstanding the disc ers that1 a happened to some of these craft ew Jersey m has discovered that squttoes t plants This an imp tant tural discovery has hkthe een supposed and with i good deal of circumstantial evl enc to support the supposition that the mosquito was strictly carnivorous Its diet and exclusively nocturnal i its meal hours Any hope tqJhe contrary will bo thankfully received by wprldybumans of Pushcart peddlers have formed national organization Perhaps the have discovered that the banana a one of the necessities of life and arc going todo the regulation thing tc celebrate the discovery A man found senseless on thf street with his pockets turned Inside PhiladelphiToliceas lm glne the Injury to the InfIeablr purse of justice If this person should escape from the duty off teStlfYln tthat he did not mow wit hi himr KENTUCKY i GLEANINGS i WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH I CASUALTY COMPANY ORGANIZED t teionbeen filed here The Incorporators of the new Institution are Harry Ken nedy president of the Farmers bank of Carlisle C K Thomas cat3hIer of the Deposit bank of Paris Emmett Iti Dickson an attorney of the latter place J G Wadsworth an attorney at- M Ysville BT Henry a prominent farmer of Nicholas county Frank Kennedy former cashier of the Farm ers bank at Carlisle J HKemper of Mt Sterling now connected with the H G Hoffman general agency and the following Lexington business men Dr J C Willis J E Gorham Judge Mat ORCollIs Chilesburg a village In this county is designated as the home of fice but Lexington will be the prin cipal place of business The charte- fixes the minimum amount of capital stock at 100000 and the maximum amount at 250000 divided into shares of the par value of 1000 JILR6AD ASSURED SomersetAt a meeting of the Sam ersetCorbhi railroad committee the subscription committee reported aU but about 1500 raised to begin work Qn the surveying and securing the right or way for the proposed rairoad that will run fro n C rbln to Somerset It is expected the emaind r will raised e this week and work begun by the first of October The Illinois Central railroad is interested In the proj ect and It Is expected they will finance the road and run It on to Hodgenville- to connect with their line at that point The local committee Is now in cor respondence with President Harrahdn There is little doubt but what the road will be built as plenty of capital is available Dur ng the past week many options have been taken on coal and timber lands between this city and Corbin MUCH LAND NOT PATENTED FrnktortAIthough Kentucky i next to the oldest state in the Union outside of the original thirteen states there Is still much land in Kentucky that has not been patented The laic office Issued the following land pat Perricounty BE Pear y 60 acres Wayne county H F Robinson 10 acres Muhlenberg coUnty M C Cooper 118 acres Magoffln county Nola Kinne 78 acres Wayne county G YoFie H acres Letcher county I L Hop klns and John Hopkins 22 acres Knox Linnyule 150 acres Pulaski county W A Kinne and W Wiiichester 10 acres Wayne county James Hogan 20 acrelLee county F uND IN RIVER A body badly decomposed but later Identified as that of Henry Remme overseer qtl the poor f this city and well known politically throughout Kentucky was found float Ing In the Licking river near De Cou eels KY flue miles from here Remme disappeared last week but owing to his habit oi making prolonged trips throughout the state nothing was thought of it The poljc e had made every effort to ascertain his whereabouts but was unsuccesstul until the report ot a bpdy being fours hi the river led them to Do Course identltiefThe suicide theory to not co lsldered In the slightest by the polio REFUSED TO ACT AS J DraE Frankfort =Federal Judge ochra Maysville refused to hen the unction n case of the Loul vllle tlife state railroad commission and antsr ed an order requesting Jtirlge Sever enceof the United States court to appoint a judge to hear the case attoItroad years ago when the same points were involved as In this case Attha time the constitutionality of the lic1 Enens The supreme court decided that the railroad commission had the right to act In specific cases Protaest of CircusIt upon the governor to furnish a detail of state soldiers to protect the nags d Shay Pellman who was placed on foriasSauUng prominea nt tcfarmer of this Judge Walk er said he had certain nformation of to the the negro from the am and lynch him and he was not leers to ake a chance WANTS FRANCHIS CovingtonAn ordinance if In troduced In council giving ton BIg Bone Carrollton tion Co the right to construct track and operate cars over streets In the lower section of the city ending at Second and Crescent stsreets at the western corporation line It was rumored that the company Is seeking an entrance to Cincinnati and that by construct- Ing the tracks in the western part of Covington and In West Covington and Ludlow some arrangements cwld be made tq cross eIther the C O or Southern bridges Officials of the company deny this however and con nd that the new tracks will merely to bee the connecting link to n loop running through Ludlow and joining main line at Crescent Springs ENGINEERS MAKE TOUR TVhitesburgE S Jouett general counsel of the Lexington Eastern Railway Co and W L Wllloughby chief engineer of the Louisville Nashyllle railroad have made a tour of the new proposed e of the Lex fester Eastern from J ckson up the North Fork through the Elkhorn coalfields to a connection with the Big Sandy branch of the hesapeake hioroad at the Brea s Mr Join made the announcem nt that a contract would be let forth construction of the road inimediatel after his ar perrcured It Is said that at least 90 psi cent is bought and paid for DEDICATE MONUMENT OCT 22 Somerset The dedication or the Zollicoffer monument has been postponed by Col Bennett H Young until October 22 The date set was Oct bar 10 Mlny prominent confederate soldiers ere expected to be present Gen was killed in the battle of Fishing Creek nine miles west of Somerset on January 19 1862 In the battle5D were killed and 160 wound Ed Great preparation is being made to entertain those present at the ded ication exercises The money to erect the monument and slab was contrib u ted by Coh Bennett H Young James A Shuttieworth and Mrs L Z Duke ELKHORN 7EACHERS MEETING Nicholasville County Superintendent C C andusky Is making arrange meets for the Elkhorn Teachers asso elation to be held in NlcholasYl1l- egctober 10 and continuing for five ays There will be about 125 teach era in attendance and Prof R M Shipp of Winchester will be the In strtictor Splendid music will be re- nderedLNs in Brief FranktortWord bras received here theYFrankfort News that his grandmoth er Mrs Elizabeth Dunlap had died at the home of her son ln law Federal Judge J R Rogers of Ft Smith Ark CoincIdent with the death of Mrs DunlAp was the birth oqa daughter to Mrs A R Dunlap t this city granddaughter of Mrs Dunlapso that Mrs Dunlap of Ft Smith lived to be greatgrandmother by a few hours FalmouthThe eighth annual lair of the FalmouthFair association Is being heM this week Cincinnati toy baced merchants attended accompa ned bra brass band Covington citizens lso attended in large numbers Oe feature of the meeting Is the trots Mr Sampson secretary of the Carthage association Is the starter ot the trots LouisvilleElsie Brown of New Al Owensrboro Inmates of the Conyent of the Good Shepherd broke through a sec ond story wIndow and made their es cape by climbing over a 20toot wall They were apprehended later by New Albany police as they left the Ken tuck and Indiana bridge on the lndf dAna side bydSate university that all members of the freshmen class must wear ared skull cap when on the campus to ath- lotic contests and to the theater from November 1 until May 1 It caught wearing any other headdress the llIe ngal skyriiecG wlll be confiscated by a Loulsil1eThe 44th anniversary S1 Michaels church 212 South Brook street was celebrated Sunday The InterIor of the church was decorated for the occasion and the altars were arranged with flowers and candles In the center of the church Is a hand some chandelier which foods the- whole edifice with light LexingtonA shooting affray be tween Thomas Houndshell and lilies mountaintcers resulted In Hountlshell being fa tally wounded while Iollan was bad Ily hurt loundshell was brought tc a hospital here- Harrodsburg The State 3fetliodist Conference ended a weeks session here One of the last acts of thef body was to condemn Sunday ball Sunda trains smd Sunday newspapers Versailleshe handsome new post office building will be ready for occupancy the latter part of October Ito complexion marks an Important era in the history of Versailles and it will he dedicated with elabQrqte 1ceremo rise The Sun suggests that the pres Jdentor the Commercial crib call a meeting of the business and club men hers to make arrangements or the dedication rt hilts of excellent design are THREE for those who are wearing It will be noticed that the shapes are small or moderato In size that the designs are simple but the workmanship Intricate and beautiful These characteristics are what the wearer should look for when purchasing mourning millinery The first hat a small round turban with rolling brim Is made of tiny folds of crape laid In parallel rows on circles about them or four Inches In diameter These are applied to the crown and brim which have previously been covered with crape laid on plain The wire fume Is covered and lined with sllle and the hat Is finished wIth a wired bow of taffeta A rolled border of crape sometimes binds the edges of such bows and theornamentsFIg 2 shoes a moderately large fiat brimmed hat In which the underbrlm Is faced with chiffon and the upper i This new model Is of tussah silk or drap lIe soie It f trimmed In an original way with app lque bands of the material and with straps of passe menterie COMBINING LACE AND BEADING Slight Carelessness or Lack of Preparation Sufficient to Mar the Result When lice and beading are to be sewed to 9tln materials such as muslin dresse3 or underwear of any kind It must be carefully and thoroughly done to produce good results Lace edging nearly always has a stout thread In the selVedge which serves admirably as a gathering thread Pull this thread and stroke the gathers to make them van Roll the edge or th e materIal and holding the lace and edge together with the thumb and fore Auger of the left hand with the lace nearest you overcast the two together with firm even stitches When sewed to straightedge Insertion can be sewed In exactly the same manner but to let Insertion in to form a design first baste tht material on the rlgftt andhenimaterial from underneath the insertion leaving a narrow strip on each sldQof the InsertloL Crease strip bacK from the insertion towar- the material and turn as for a hem Overhand this taking stitches close to ho lire of the hemming brim and crowp are of crape fitted to the shape wings made of folds of chiffon are used for trimming They are even more effective when made of folds of crape In hats for first mourning The veil of point de esprit Is bordered with crape and dull jet ornaments hold It to place Cabochons of the same are sewed to the wings No3 Is n turban made of uncu velvet which is one of the riches materials used in mourning millinery A soft crown ad pUffed rim are ar ranged by shirr ngs in the material The role trimming is a full bunch of black fancy feathers In aigrette effect at the right side A net veil of title Brussels Is finished with a simple embroidery design In silk Such veils bordered with a twoinch band of crape or with three narro crape folds are very elegant Black- lynx gloves furs are worn and black sued JUL BOTTOMLEY FASHION EASY TO FOllOW ThatAreof All sonicParisianbelts or the more elaborate gowns of colorschnme Itstoneoddityanmored n be presentAtrimmed with crystal embroidery II cornbinationso knowing and artistic was the choice of shades Not In years bas there been a sea adsemuchtuiu as do the neck and wrist frill s wornjwith the tailormade suits oC Suchfl1llsplat or fancy net chiffon tulle and reatureownfrUIundenrablymate ials are Inexpensive If home mad and quito as becoming as those of lace or net marine r chlldrenstrocks embroiderythatprices during the summer sales can be made up Into fascinating little ga r merits at a nominal cost To Hold HeriI Tight One girl has conceived the Idea at running narrow beading around tho bottom and threading It with baby rib bon which she pins at back Both beading and ribbon are of course o the color of the veil and fasten undo the In so as to be Inconspicuous She finds this a solution of the vall problem with n lownecked blouse a her veil never looks either untidy or bulky New Combinations The latest In color combinations is a dark red and a rather bright blue effectdo t ry smart Indeed but be careful not to trim with either of these colors blac- is the bust or some neutzri e3zade IOBSTINATE SPREAD INC ECZEMA QUICK LY CUJffiJ r8Wm C Wood Newark N J writes Reslnol Ointment cured an obsti nate case of spreading Eczem my little ten year old boys leg after various other salves had signally failed The troub e had existed for six months and nothing bseemed tb- do any good until we pr ed a jar of Reslnol which quickly cured him It has now become a household remedy with us We also have Resinol Soap in daily use by the children asid their skin health and complexion are erect eslnol Ointment can be positively relied oIl to give instant relief and quickly cure the torturing eki a dis eases of InfancY and childhood For egxema nettle rash chafing dilflg siring pimples and itching eruptions ot all klndtl it is prompt and aura remedy Every family should be safe gaardedfwith Reslnol preparationsResinol Ointment to cure the skin troubles that now and then occur Resinol Soap to use regularly for the toilet and bath to keep the skin pure and healthy and preserve the complexion Resinol Medicated Shaving Stick is also the best and safest to use because it keeps the face free from Eruptions and prevents infection fihese preparations are sold at all drug stores We send free on application a valu able little booklet on Care of the Skin and Complexion Send for it Resinol Chemi Cal Co Baltimore MLRTuberculosis In the Welt Indies Associations for the Prevention atATuberculosis have been formed In Cuba Porto Rco and Trinidad In Cuba there are ver 40000 deaths from tuberculosis every year and the death rate from this disease is nearly three times as high In the United States In Porto Rico there are over SOOI deaths every year out of 1000000 inhabitants In Trinidad the death rate f from tuberculosis In PortauSpain the only place where figures are available was 475 In 2909 nearly three times the rate In New York city lions in the other islands of the West Indies where no active campaign undertThe chief rea son for this high mortality is found in the unsanitary dark and poorly ventilated houses of the natives of the IsnndsNO REALTY SKIN LEFT My Utile son a boy of five broke doewos for he kept dresseany more ad De to try a certain medical college but its treatment did no good At the time I was induced to try Cull cum hE was so bad that I had to cutt his hair ort and put the Cutlcur Ointment tin him on bandages as It was Impossible to touch him with the bare hand There was not one square inch Df skin on his whole body that was sot affected He was one masE ot sores The bandages used to sUck to his skin and in removing them it used to take the skin oft with them and tie screams from the poor child were heartbreaking I began to think that he would never get well but after the second application of Cutrctira Oint went I began to see signs of improvement and with the third applications the asses commenced to dry up His skin peeled oft twentY times but it finally yielded to the treatment Now I can say that he is entirely cured and a stronger and healthier boy yoU never paw than he is today tfelveyears or more since the cure was RobertWattam BLSdOct 9 1909 Eve the Children ExGoverao Pennypacker condemn ins In his witty way the American dl verve evil told at a Philadelphia luncheon an tfpproprfata story Even our cQndreI he said are becoming Infected A Kensington schoolteacher ezaniining alittle girt In grammar said What Is the future of Jove t IIA divorce the child answ ren promptly The Sliver Question When you see silverware scratched and tarnished with black stains and streaks In thE interstices of the erns mental patterns that is dirt left thereby common cheap rosin soaps It Isfbitter to use a soap that is antiseptic az well as a perfect cleansing agent u Easy Task Soap the hard white laundry soap will clean your silverware surely and quickly It will get opt the dirt the other soaps have left Your grocer will sell you two cakes for ten cents and If It doesnt satisfy you the mak rs will give back yourdime Power of a Magnet fA steel horseshoe magnet can hold suspension a weight up to twenty times Its own BotherYousset a VEolri reliable most succeSsful ere remedy made All druggists or Howard DrosBuffalo NY- Deaths In Public institutions Nearly onefifth ofthe deathsinEng land occur in public Institution s Mrs Wh1a1owlI 9oothtta a197rap F la a uonjiisraicecurnsRhdwaa2ioabeigw 1Womans sphere now seem to be the whole earth I T 1 tij f + ttt+ ttf I + ROUND TftE STATEi 1 i MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL + PARTS OF KENTUCKY + + t cot J 1 + 111 I TOIE MINE FREIGHt aals CommiuIon to Find Out if Shipper s Are Paying Too Much freightSWill be examined by the railroad mission during the next year with viewto s rtainIng how much money has been p id the railroads in excess of what the prop er rates should be is stated by the railroad commissio that one shIpper has paId a certain railroad 6OG0 more than he should have paid during the last few Years 9d lt Is believed that overcharges have been made by many railroads to- S large number of shippers If it fs found in any case that overcharges have been made the commIssIon will force the railroad to refund the money Kentucky raIlroad commission had decided to stir uP things on its how n t account and not walt for complaints to be made The commission has Seen hearIng complaints by the score and has been entering orders that have relieved the shippers of burdens but it Is believed that ina great many eases shippers have been defrauded without their knowing it and have been forced to pay at higher rates than the tariffs call for It is said to be easy to make an overcharge and the average shipper does not notice the amount of the bill but pays it without investigating to see whether r not the tariff laid down h theI schedule has been charged Negro Educators Want Position Negro educators from aU over Ken tuckyandtl south have been delug tug Prof Ellsworth Regenstein Superintendent of Public Instruction wIth letters of appllcafon for the place president of the Kentucky Normal an Industrial 1Mtitute for colored per sons at Frankfort There has neve- been a dearth of candidates since th- first announcement of the resignaUon of the former presIdent The boar of regents of the school has had a lis- of hundreds from whldh to select the new head of the school and to out the right man from that mtmbe- has not 11ehn an easy task The board elected Prof Meyzeek of Louisville a president of the school but he declined the appointment So far he hasI been the only avaIlable man to selectedJVICTORY FOR LOCAL OPTION Courtof Appeals iRevcrsed Decision Case of State Against the L N r ere technicalities an- oversighis on the of commonwealth attorneys iAthe case they should occur will not prevent the option laws in Kentucky from bean enforced so far as the court of appeals II concerned Judge Garroll wrotc- irh opinion of the court reversing the case of the commonwealth against th Louisville Nashville Railroad CoI in which the company was indiQted The company is alleged to have car lied Intoxicating liquors into LeeI county a local option terrItory and delivered it to G A BaIley a resident of that county in violation ot th- stattites The lower court sustained ti demurrer to the Indictment on theI round that it failed to charge that the company did not come within the proviso that the protzision of this actI shall not apply to lIcensed physicIans or druggists to whom any public car rier may delIver such goods in broken n packages in quantity not efceed o five gallons at anyone timr APPEALS COURTS DECISIONS Frankfort The court ot appeals afIfirmed the judgment of the Kenton cIrcult court C C and LE Division in the case of C G Higgins against th Dean Gas Engine and Foundry Co Higgins had contracted for an engine and paid 100 onit but when the second payment came due he de fined to pay it stating that the eng ne wa not satil factory The lower court gay e judgment for the amount sued for In the case of the German Fire surance n Co against William Duncan the judgment of the Anderson circuit court was affirmed Duncan receivIng l33333 for damages done the GaIt louse a hotel of Lawrenceburg The companyhad resisted payment onthe ground that a change in the title had Jtcen made before the house was in subJIausferND COMES SUDDENLY I Dawson eorge Gray of theflr- Barctni Gray proprietors ot ti S1n1 hotel was found dead in b- eduhis roomat the hotel He had been of feelIng well for a few days but Was thought to be improvIng His daughter had been to his room asking him what he wanted for break fast but he dId not feel like eating anything and when Miss Gray return ed to the room about ten mInutes la ter found her fathers lifeless body i Lwr Ti a QUESTION ASTO AutHORITY Attorney General to Decide Who Shall Have Charge of Completion of Goebel StatueI Frankfort Whe her the officIals who were in office at the time thelegIs lature made the appropriatiPn of G00 for the erection of a statue of Wil Ham GOebel continue to manage and conduct the business connected with th at act ie a question that the attorney general is tryIng to decide There is doubt whether the old officIals of the state who were placed on the Go bet monument commission by the act 01 the new officials shall complete the work of erectIng the statue The act which appropriated 0000 created n commission compose of thee governor attorney general treasurer auditor anti Lieutenant governor and imposed on this commission the duty of having GoebelaThe old commission created by thIs act was composed of members of tIle last Democratic state administration thenentered into a contract Charles H NIehaus to make a statue of Goebel but the statue was not corn pleted before the old commissioners went out of office The question now arises ether or upt it was the intention of the legis tare to compose the commission of tne officials no matter who they might be of the men themselves who held office at the time It is said to be doubt ful whether the present oflfcIals named in the act have authority to act Some hold that the old commission created by the act alone has the power to complete the erection of the statue and if that construction is determined upon then the old commission now scattered over the s te will have to be gathered together and the question of completing the statue be taken up 4 claim of 7000 f r preliminary work thine by Mr Nie suss has been presehted to the audit r for payment and this brought up e question o authority to act The matter was referred to the attorney general for his opiu n and he is looking into the law PARDONED BEFORE TRIAL Man Committed Murder 40 Years Ago In Louisville a pardkilled a luau in LouIsvIlle 40 years ago justiceso long ago that tie name of the man rememberedtforgotten It was represented to Gov straighryears ago and waste the right to comeback home without fear of arrest The governor also pardoned Jaco Clarke convicted in CovIngton of Grim poufdthe pardon was that the mann was no guilty Gov Willson received aI t legra urgingnvial congress which will meet In At Willsondwill go to Knoxville on October 5 tcattend the Appalachian expositIon and Atlantag elk hCommercial Vinechester J W Lexington Joh B Atkinson EarJingtonC Jorwood Lexington Richard P Ernst Covington and C U bcElroylof BowlIng Green Two more delegates 5 will be appointed later Secretary of State Ben L Bruner t sending out notices to the county clerks calling their attention to the fact that they have failed to compy with the statute passed in 1908 = reo- quirlng them to make a report ever year to the secretary of state as to tbe number of delinquent md dependent children that are brought befQre the county court each year and what dls position was made for them It seem s that the statute has never been complied with and Dr Brlner is sending out this notice so as to gather the sttt- lsUcs which were contemplated when the act was passed leVICTIM OF CANCER Owentonlfrs Wlllls K Robert 5died at the home of her sister Mrs Sid Brown Mrs Roberts whos home was in Bardstown had been visiting her sister for several week and had been seriously ill for the pas three weeks Conger was the cause of her death Her husk nd andY tour children survive The children are Lee C Roberts and Willis Roberts Hof Bards town liIss Mary Betty Roberts of Louisville and Dt J T Roberts of Muskogee Okla One brother Mr V J Humber and sister Mrs Brown of this place also survive ABRIDGE AT PADUCAH PaducahCounty Cleric Gus G fromm the Burlington railroad asking who cifdy Is contemplating bridging the river at this point instead of at lietropoll- Ill s 12 miles below Several Burling ton officials were here but weal d make no definite statements ebb ut what would be done at Paducah 1the The Com onwealth GlangowThe g nerat merchandise store of Ford D ray at non Ayr was robbed and bu ed The loss is 85000 with a smal insurance OwensboroJoh L OBrien who was wounded in the stomach when his brother tossed a c rn knife at him died at the city Nos UaI His brothel is prostrated as a esult of the acci dent WinchesterThe residence ot Vat day in the extreme northern portIon of the county was burned with most of the contents The loss was about 6000 with Insurance for about has that amount OrIgin of fire unknown Ashland A C 0 train struck an Ice wagon seriously injurIng George Pickens 1n years old Dell Bunch years and Robert Clarks 20 years who were rIding on the wagon The youths attempted to cross the tracks ahead of the traIn- MaysvIlleThe veterans of the 10th Kentucky cavalry and 16th Kentucky infantry held their 22d annual reunIon here Over 10Q veterans answered the rollcall Capt W E El- lIs of Manchester 0 was elected presIdent WhltesburgIntormatIon from Co burn says Glenn Mars aged 36 years wellijhqwnted suicide by shooting himself with a revolver No cause is given for the rash act He leaves a wife and three small children FrankfortSecretary of State Drun er received a letter from the controller of currency at Washington stating that he had decided to recognize Bruners system of bank examine ers and had issued an order to the national bank examiners to examine no more state banks in Kentucky LexingtonEngltleers on the Chesa Huntfcussing the general welfare of the Brotherhood of EngIneers and for the promotion of the interests of the com parry by which they are employed chose thIs city as the place for the next meeting next May Russellville The body of George G ray who died suddenly at Dawson Springs was brought to Auburn and interred in the Auburn cemetery Fu nueral services at the grave were conducted by Rev 1V J Haden ot the Presbyteriann church Mr Gray left Missdformerly lived in LOgan ounty tjbnforMammoth Cave Electric railroad ware commise000000 and its charter is granted by cornbLouisville by the way o Itodgnv1lle and continuo it to lIamm th Cave thetBenmfavor of the LouIsvllle Nashvlll Railroad Co which was sought to pro vent the railroad company from crossing the streets of Versailles without ensent of the council The whole ourt cOncurred in the opinion SharpsourgFriends received word from Dr E O Guerrant the Presby terlan evangelist of Wilmore that head received a cable message from th America telling hini tltat his countrynas an engineer had- been hit In the eye by a small piece some machinery whichtdestroyed the sIgh- tPaducahThe Interstate tobacco willsbe held in Loulsvllle October 4 at the Seelbach hotel The black patch will be represented State Secretary- R L Barnett of this city will attend boardvof the Farmers Union will meet in Louisville on October 5 whit will be the first session it has held outside of Paducah PlducallVltb a gang or section men on engine No 1006 pulling the baggage carr of train No 103 crashed Into a freight wreck near White Plains eight miles east of Paducah on the Illinois Central seriously Inuring two and bruising several men The section men were en route to the freight wreck vhichwas aheadon collision bet wee the first section ot No 186 and an extra Thq property damage amours to several thousand dollars FrankfortThe s J Greenbaum faytfor the alleged pollution of the water cf North iakhorn creek whIch runs through the Noel farin The suit has been withdrawn as r compromise has been effected and upon the saute basis it is likely that the company will set Ue with the other property owners along thee creek The slob from the distillery rendered the water fir tho creekunfit for the stock to dank Irankforr After spending 20 years lit dread or being arrested and brought back to jail from which pace he es caged while serving a sentence for horse stealing Devidge King formerly of Pike county now can look his neigh ors in the face without apprehension or shame for he has been pardoned The governor said King had earner the pardon by 20 Years of straight th tag In what state King now UVt e vas not given out by the governot as the former convict is nvw holding a position of and It mightcount rainst hint to have t known thatlte formerly was a convIct cow STABLE COMFORTABLY ACCOMMODATES MANY HEAD Structure Erected by Fred Pabst atOcononiowoc Wis Supplied With Extensive Ventl1ation System Etc The cow stableterelcted upon the tam ot Fred Pabst at Oconomowoc Vie is thirtyeight feed wide and 144 feet long and will comfortably accom modate fiftyfour head of cattle exclusive of those which for any reason may be confined in the two large box stalls says Homestead The two rows of cows face toward a common feed lag alley which is fourteen feet in width and which opens to the ort of doors at either end of the barn through a large doorway Back of each row of cows is a tenfoot manure forICAUSES OF HORSE COLIC Farm Animal Will Thrive WorkBetter and Remain Healthier if Given Hard FeedDuri- ng Busy Season MILLERWhen hard It does not pay to let him eat grass when It Is green He wIll thrIve work better and remain healthier and more enduring it fed hard feed during the busy season The soft washy green grass Is palatable of course but It makes the horse soft and flabby keeps the bowels too loose and is apt to induct colic If the horse has no work to co he may gQ on pasture right along and have little grain and when his work Is done ip late summer he may enjoy the fall pasture made green again by rains The pasture also Is a good place for the brood mare as it pro motes flow of milk We find that severe attacks of colic often are caused by allowing the hot tired horse to eat grass at the road side when he has made a long trip to townThe trouble too is prone to come on when horses are suddenly fed new hay or new oats Both new hay and new oats should be fed in small quail titles gradually at first and along horsebecomeEither the new teed Is so palatable that the horse eats too much of it or it contains some ferment that sets up indigestion and formation ot gas Water very seldom causes colic Nature intends horses to have allot it they want at any ands all times and so provided does no harm We may cause trouble by withholdIng drinking water for long perIods ot time and then forcing the hot tired N There are differences ot opinion regarding the correct arrangement ot even rs and singletrees and fn partic ular the lines or reins The latter depends much upon the temper ot the horse One farmer drives several horses abreast without the use of lines or whip having trained them to go back and turn by queer sounding dills- writes I G Bayley in Popular Mechanics Another farmer drives six horses abreatf with a single pair of lines attached to the ou slue horses the inside horses being connected with single straps The methods of harnessing up from one to six horses abreast are shown In the sketch which has been approved by several farmers that have had soy eral Years or experience The methods shown are for plows scoops or road scrapers When connecting to wagons the oily difference Is in the design of the last vener which has a halo in the center for connecting to the pole or tongue instead of the chain hook Single trQes And eveners for wagons are usually made about onotbird hefty- ter than for plows keeping the same lengths throughout It lInt Oe ob thirtyflve windows which admit abun dant light and an extensive ventilating system which continuously pre vides fresh air an withdraws the gases and other i purities A wash room fully equJpp with the neces sary applIances en bles the manager to enforce greats cleanliness than would be possible r practicable with out this equIpment The feed room mid the sIlos open into the feed alley and are therefore conveniently situated for the feeder The barn is modern throughout and Is one of the very best models built In recent years ii the West horses to drink toouch of it at noon and especially justtereating grain Allow the work horse adequate sup plies of cool pure water often when he Is at work and he never will take too much of it orsuffer effects from drinking In eed the water so gIven be like to prevent sick ness and always I appreciated and beneficial 1 The Best RaUJns for Hogs Recent experiments at the MIssouri station prove that Crn good corn is a good feed for any animal and that there is no reason or withholding It from any animal ne ding food At the same time it is shoyvn that corn alone Is not nearly se godd or so profitable a feed as corn supplemented by some proteid food such as tankage linseed oil meal or soy beans In hogs fed exclusively on corn the animal bet owes very fat and chubby and does not develop properly the bones are brittle and easily broken Sixtyfive hogs were used in this ex periment and they were divided into- lots of five each Twelve differentra tions were used with corn alone in two of them and c rn supplemented with some other feed in the others The hogs ted on corn and linseed oil meal and those fed n earn and tank age gained the mos those receiVing corn alone were mos unsatisfactory Clover for Horses nilsnols experiment sin on in fattening horses for market a owed that clover is worth twice as much as timothy pound fOr pound iii putting flesh on the animals It is e bellet of the station that its valu wIll be more highly apprecIated a horse eed when corn torm a1 or part of the grain ration than w ere all oats are fed Clover hay bei g rIch in protein renders it especially Valuable for feed lug young horses served by the arrangement given no horse is able to shirk his duty without being detected In such a case the evener will turn In favor of the horse working best thus enabling the driver to spot the guilty one Watering the Horse As thework a horse does increases the amount of water ho requires in- crettsesas with an engIne if not In the same proportion This is especial ly true in hot weather The working horse needs large quantities of water and needs it often If it Is not sup plied it is absorbed from the bOdy tissues they shrink and the horse Is skid to get poor Failure to give sufficient water Is far more frequently the cause of farm horses getting poor during the working season than lack ot feed Horses suffer seriously front the usual practise of allowing them to go from one feeding period till the next in hot weather without water A good rule is to water the first thing in the morn lug then wIthin two hours after each feed and t9 last thIng in the evps lugI USED HYPODERMIC Only Relief From Terri bls lufferlnF StYerrecontrol over the urine and the psis when voiding it was so great I oft eta screamed I grew worse and lay In bed for weeks the only re11ef being from hy poderntice I was gtreated by three phi Bielan JaWa without help necessary At this KidneyPUIslarge as a pea The next day passed two more and from then oniImproved rapidly until cured Remember the nameDoaas Per sale by aU dealers 60 center 1toxFosterMilburn Co Buffalo N X KNEW HIS DESTINATION Were yer goin7 liTo Jaytown Well youd better hurrj It rou wanter sleep lndoera tonight De jail in dat burg closes at nine ocloct WoratrrMs for undecided people to make up their mindsNone but a strong mlndedwpmaD can ever decide which ot two pr three hats she likes the best particularly if they are all comely Popular belles have been known 10 have similar troubles with theIr sweethearts Which do I like best fe often a momentous question Why not try the other way I5ecide which of men or hats or attractive dates you like the Worst and then proceed to eliminate From there you can factor out ill the grade of desirability until you actually find yourself at a declaiol1 because it whatever it t Is the only- one left The process ls delightfully simple Diplomatic No I can never be your wife What Am I never to be knowi as the husband ot the beauUful Mrf Smith She succumbedLipplncotte II Indispensabletoev man KNOWN WORLD OVER IgRIIE m WIII1WEGRANULATEDEYELm8 llarinDoeantS SthartSootheeEJe Pain Wa Sol liisb 11e aaeiy pul AR SLit Mach Pa Sale IaAwodaTba21kL9lE- TD LOOKS AND ADVICE nEI1 BY JaIL MurineEFeRemed7CosCh IS WHAT WE CAN SAVE 20 YOU ON ANY aU- QQYA RunaboutSurries Carts and Wagon i eNs fir Prices lOOt S IICKEU COY400 Court lid Broadway Cinclnaatl ehN t te the leis rIleentiaer h11a6 orW FARMS FOB SALE lwproted In Southern and Alabama unlapreyed Bolt gay and chocolate snlf3oilredclay eater oouelcatennsnrpaeeed i Cofree oA1a reY8a FarMs and FarM Lando f8Odtannlnlrto market toWns schools and railroad L 1tera1 terms Largest apple orchard In Michigan sear these nods Write to 1Iltlll AIYIUI 4rIMK Mh- 1tGOq EASTERN OKlAHOM A toattnbuytea tu Wagoner Ttaeatcw 5 4I T1 tHE SPRINGIELD SUN WEDNESDAYOGTOBE tQIO iL WALTER T McLAUGHLIWSHANDMADE 5 CENT CIGARS t YiYRA1 AN SONIATRY THEM ANDS SEE FOR SALVE AT ALL CIGAR STANDSi SPRINGEIELD SUN 18TED EVERY WEDNESDAY r- r SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J L SMITH Editor and Publisher SpnngtieldICYois TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION iORe year LOCI tlltxMonths b0 Three Mouths e- DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON B N JOHNSON TIE LIS ANGELES DISASTER 1 j The destruction ot the Times build ing nd plant at Los Angeles Cal the atherday by which several of the em ployes lost their lives was a crime that all AmerICans wilt denounce Tae proprietor of the Times newspa PerGen Otis has laid theblame upon the labor unions because he has been aBtagcmJzi labor for over twenty YMrI It is possible but hareJ1Yproba ble that members of some labor union may have committed the crime but to- a tempt to attach the diabOlical deed to the typographical union is wrong It mast be borne in min4in this connection tltata great majority of the vas rmy of pinters In the United Statesare of he- luriheettype of law and order citizens being native born Americans and as such deprecate violence In any form whIle struggling for their rights Last plghts Louisville fr is tits it as fol Iowi Common ustic IUen t4sense war rta are belief that these accusation r died on nothin- ax6etantial ore ev1 probable they are the excited outpourings of men lately eapedfroll1 death and disaster seek iRCblmd1 for a clew a cause or a mo tiv and predisposed by training and prejudice to lay the blame at the do of thosethey had antagonized Nothin g afore It was ha yneceS5arycontinues tTimeefor the typographical union uummr r jE to repudiate the deed and deny any share m its planning however remote no thinking man would harbor such an idea fora minute But their prompt and businesslike proposal to help hunt down the miscreants does them credit This is exactly the view the Sun takes of the matter and if the nyesligatiQn now in prglress should bring the crime iskt will be iu the foreign element that has been enab1Ed to affiliate with many 9f the labor organizations Jut as the Times was the foe of white labor in California organized and unorganized a very wide scope is offered for conjecture Hasty conclusions however should be repudiated no matter from whom they emanate and the results of the investiga tion wilt be waited patiently THE LAW AND THE EVIDENCE- The following statement only goes to show that newspapers have no option in the matter of subscriptions The Iederai l Postoffice Department has promu ated a law governing the m t pr and all newspapers are compelled to obey this law a forfeit their right to second class rates Many people will and dp suppose that the publishers are responsible for the new order of things but this IS erroneous as the orders r fromthe Yost office Department at Wash n ton and these orders are im perati Glance over what has already been StateIand gdvern yourselves accordingly TheSuti has tIme and again urged upon its subscribers the necessity of eeting their obligations and while som have heededthe can there arestill many on the list delinquent and this final appeal is made ere their names must be stricken from the list The following concerning a matter of theutmostIimportance to the entire newspaper fraternity as well as to many newspaper readers is taken from a rec nt iSsue ofa Cincinnati paper When it ig understood by the reader that the success of any newspaper is- depetjdent wholly upon its use of the mails and that wJthour this privilege betterghow very matter is to the publisher It is a very dangerous business for the publisher of a weekly newspaper to send papers to subscribers who are more agentsrfor the postoffic department are traveling over the country droPPIng into newspaper offices when least expected and examining suhscrption lists to as C Gr Ursuruu nmmlmrIII I 1 How Is This I MNNNNLNN NNNNNINNNNNNNNNHNN NNNNNNNN 43 I It s a Good One N Andif you care for good readin you Ir 4 will not miss the opportunity I 1 Those who know have taken advantage of it See samples i at this office an ou WIll do the same thmg Study this Io andsee whit a value m goodreading we re offering iIt is oodunttl Nov 1st and is as follows 1 e I WE OFFER YOU IiHome and farm the Souths Greatest Agricultural Paper i one full year price Remises Home Magazine a Southern Magazine 50ione full year prlceu1 Good Housekeeping for Home and Housewife For one full year price 150iThe Daily Evening Louisville Post r For full three months price rz5 I = The Springfield Sun Your Home Paper 4 g110r one full foo ItWE OFFER yoy ALL FIVE PAPERS UNTIL NOVEMBER 1 FOR ONLY 2 00 Did you evens e another offer f equal it Not u Iwill find many an hours reading this winter for less cone ithan sDont0 SEND CHECK PAPER MONEY OR MONEY ORDER AT ONCE r THE SUN Springfie d Ky f InjuI certain Jf the regulations two years or more ago met subscriptions are promIateded ro be deprived ot the nailing privilege which IS for non compliance with puts a iiewspaP er out of business for a papercannot stand the expense of placinfira onecent stamp upon each paper mailed and live No weekly newspaper can afford the expense Several Illinois publishers have recently been visited by inspectors They were called upon for a certified coy of ilCsultatup as the law requires Continuing the Cincinnati paper says It seents a bit tough that publishers of weekly newspapers haveto be hauled up before the Government under theI charge of vIOlating Federal laws just because they do not require their sub scribers it matters not how good they may beto pay their subscriptIons promptly HUt it is like the end of world no one knows when it and no editor knows what day an thjl specor lst mad call m end examine ITl1e Glasgow Times a few days ago ofllcially notified tai comply thI the ruling t once announced t at all subscribt rs one year Qr more m at slscriptions b thirty days Remember says The rimes it IS the United Stales Govern ment dot g this and nqt The Times In orde to be on the safe side the Campbell yille Enquirer has takentime- by the f reloCk In the last isSue it says dn account of the law which compels pUblishers to omit from their lists subscribers whose subscriptions have been unpaid for a year 200 names have been takep off the Enquirer maili list The 8arrodsburg Herald says The law is not a bt more pal lbJeto Iii HoweverImails and as the Government owns these we must abide by the rulings Thus i e are up against it The condl on is one our subscribers can prevent helplessJAIJ even refuse us the use of the mails If the name of any particular subscriber is dropped please be good enough not to blame us but remember we cannot fight Uncle Sam Farm for Stile Containing abuut 100 acres 45 acres in graSs Sor lo in timber never fail tag wafer frame dwelling good barn 1 mile from railroad convenient to school church etc For further in formation call on Ur E L McINTYRE WOODLAWN KENTUCKY The Sun ana Courler7aFaI 151 Notice dissolveId my r toIStonewall All persons indebted t thin will please come to 9eo me a once and settle or I shall have to talie legal steps to collect the unpaid ac- ounts MA HALL DU- NCANESSO I ClllCKINIUJtiMunII Keep Sickness Out of Your Poultry Yard The Let way to keep aicbeout f- Our poultry ito keep Eso Ckickea Charcoal where your bide eaa set it wheRever they weal it- Ello Ckickea Cltarceal is aeceaary fer tLc LeaJt of your poultry a grit We tsar fmiah yos wickpr yyea what d there is cyon wfeed year Lire for aaytkrg fie as few Itw Ede ckir6a ckarceal tW WI Lisp aM Mas padCeadltlee tor Bale lay LEO HAYDON l t Dr G 1 T Burton RESIDENT D NTIS- Tfeeth Extracted WithI out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTYI 11All Dental Work StrIctly First lass Springfield Ky tIlce to flagon Block uvKtatrs Local News Notes Bring me your butter eggs and produce J A Shader New School Hats and Tans at Mrs Williams ESTRAYA Brindle heifer weight about 350 Pounds sttayed on my place about Sept 20 Owner can have same by paying charges S Po Derringer Sherman Martin who lives near town brought into the Sun office Monday morning a bunch of full bloomed apple blossoms On some the apples have already formed This f s quite a novelty in the month of October VegetablesI Get You anew CB Corset at Mrs WilliamsB- IRTHS Born to the wite of D A Kelly on Oct 3 1910 a daughter Horn on Oct 1 1910 to the wife ot Joe Hagan twin boys One of the little ones died in a few hours after birth but the moth raP9 thee other babe are doing nicely at prebentw ri tlieillness of her father Mr J ASliader MIss Gertrude Shader haS charge of the store She invites her friends to call and see her when wanting groceries I What everybody says must be true Mrs Williams has the most stylish hats at the lowest possible prices Three large sales were held last week all of which were well attended and at which good prices were realized for the stock disposed of Goddard Grundys sale was held on Wednesday Tom Mont KomenYson Thursday and Th1rma Peters on Saturday S M Campbell cried the two first sales and Capt T Q English the Thurmlirt Peters sl FOR SALEAt the Court house door in Springfield on October 24 at 2 oclock p m I will sell 1 share of Cap Jtal stock in the CentIliI Bank ot Willis burg Ky Will sell on credit of 6 or 12 months as suits the purchaser Noti bearing 6 uer cent interest payable in Peoples Deposit Bank ot Springfield will be required For further information call at the Sun office Mound City paints may cost a little mare utt Mr Ieo Hay don contant house 3tgood barns good orchard good Ii nd for all kinds of crops during 1911 This IS one of the best tobacco farms in thH county For further par ticulars call on or address ISP Springfield DERRINGER Ky tLadlesSPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING PropIThe Sun and CourterJoumaI 1151 The Springfield Sun ILOO pet year 0 I BOD U E FOIL TML CELLS AND TISSUES a PWEVK TKHTI PIMIC II iECUTIICTITI THI TIE LIH W IHk TTt- IOuARnm TO sivE SATiS- FACTION OR MONEY REFUND SOLD BY HAYDON k ROBbTSOH Winter Isat- your DoorI And every housekeeper should be considering the best and most economical way of heating the house this winter With the price of Coal soaring higher each day Jt is important that you select the stove that will gIve the most the least fuel handle the heatrit we Radiant Moores Air Tight both perfect in construction and ornaments to alaY home We also handle other makes in all styles and sizes Call and see our line arid get our prices Shultz Cleaver A Timely Suggestion See what castings You need for that old stove and have them ordered before col weather el ele J HAIR HEALTH If you Have Sillw hair Trouble Take Advantage of This OfferIcw 4 Ir We oould not afford to so strongly endorse Rexall 93 Hair Tonic and continue to sell it as we do if it did not do all we claim it wilL Should our en thusiasm carry us away and Rexall 93 Hair Tonic not give entire satisfaction to the users they would lost faltn in Us h4 but staiemeR andittOC consequence our business prestige would suffer i WRassure eu that ifYourpair beginning to unnaturally fall out or i you have any scalp trouble Rexall93 Hair Tonic will promptly eradicate dandruff stimulate hair growth and pre quit will the J At lO m for sale Three4 year mare Two 3year horse mules Five 2 yearold mare mules Five yearling mare mules One 3 year old horse One Three brood mares and colts One brood mare Two Shorthorn cows One shorthorn Hull One lelfer Three grade cows ti Jersey old steer Two yearling steers Four grade calves Two Jersev Heifers Brood Poland China Boar 42 Fe ding to One wind New horse power vent baJdne i Our ui Rexall 93 Hair Tome is so strong that we ask you to try it D2 r guarantee that yourmeney- win be refunded if it doers not do as we ctaim Two SIZes 50C and 100 Sold only at our storeThe Rexall store The Hayden Willett Drug Co We have a umber of farms for sale at prices from 600 to 2000 to bacco farms slocs farms all kinds of farms See us for city property Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DEATS Bardstown Ky THe CaN of Blood 1 pif1PIetrbQils iftche and blotches on tile a of liver trouble But Kings New Life pms make richIblood give la clear skin rosycheeka fine complexion health Try them 25c at is Robertsons PUBLIC SALEof Live Stock and Farming Implements Having to farming I on premises miles East of Springfield Ky o- nTHURSDAY OCT 6 19110 oclocka offer to the highest bidder fhe following personal property aid mules old 2yearoldhorse 3yearold registered registered registered shorthorn cow- Twoyear tFour Sows 204 pounds stacker new Case Hogsfoo r2Px50 premature faith positive cheerfully Good the Dr red Havdon decided Hay Baler 17x22 Two Deering Bind rs f Two mowers Two Push Rakes One self dump rake Four two horse wagons One one horse wagon Wheat Drill with fertiliz qeattachment Corn Drill with fertilizer attachment i new wheat and urchard grass fan Two corn shellers iOne now Cider Mill Four Hay Frames 1 Disc Harrow 1 seeding harrow 1 roller 2 Cutting Boxes 1 corn cutter Two pair wire stretchers 2 Scrapers 1 Dipping Tank 1 Buggy I Runabout Plows Tools etci160 Tons of Hay 2000 bushels of Corn to be delivered at the scales on the farm Terms ofSaleI All sums under III Cash Over that amount on credit of 8ix toetwitkn- ote wIth good personal security and eanng interest from date of sale aw alit andpayabJe at either bank to Springfield NER ON THE GROUNDS IDI L A BURNSF- o IT D ENGLISH Auctioneer 4 Ifr d r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WED NFSDAY OCTOBER 5 1910 t a + fiH+ + ++4 i t Are now being received by us daily and each day were topening for your in spection one of the most Iattractive lines of Dry Goods Dress Goods Silks + t Trimmings Novelties and S + Notions we have ever r shown 4 We are now showing an 4 extra snappy line of Mens and Boys Suits and Over coats Shoes Hats Shirts H1hsee our + of Ladies Suits and Coats fit 4ti beforebuying We will be J delighted to show you rwkiI t 1 The ROBERISONCLAYBROOKE 1 CO ie lfCPRl RATED tfjf 4I tti4Ji t i MillineryrWe will make Special Low Prices on all our Millinery Coat Suits Skirts Friday and Saturday Dont fail to r COthCIWILLIAMSv ft t UARDINS CHAPEL Jj t Miss Regina Rudd the school teacher I tthis place fell down an embankment one day last week and sprained her ankle severely She is improving and is rablet walk without the aid of crutch ii ea- Mr and Mrs Stanley Fenwick and- diuabtflrl dz ithR P Lanhamn rep J cently Seveial from here attended church in Jl kv1l1eIastweek gainrReturning from church Sunday morn- Ing Leila and Margie Fenwick had a narrow escape from being drowned Pleasant Run was up and past the ford ing atage and they were compelledto r to around by Teas to get home The branch that runs across the road by Lloyd Haydons was very deep on the pike three buggies crossed in front of r them and the water covered they wheels 1butthey concluded to try itAfter l ix they had driven into the water the t Ihorse became unruly and forced the buggy into deeper water the sWlftcurj rent alntost overturnMg it the girls drove out safely however but received a thorough drenching tj Yr and Mrs Stanley Fen ick and t tdaughter Juanita spent the night re = G M Yenwick and familyy- t oVJJ Miss Ltzzie Sweeney of Louisville spent last weeK with Mrs Nellie Logs t dun Miss Jennie Litsev spent Friday afternoon with the Misses Fenwick Mrs Bettie Eanarv Mrs Alfred Whiteman and daughter Mrs Arthur Whiteman Mrs Fannie Coyle and daughter Lena Mrs Merion Sweeney and daughter Bessie were entertained at dinner on Wednesday last by Mrs Nellie Logsdon Mrs Arthur Whiteman Miss Bessie Sweeney Miss Lena IoYle and Miss HattIe Logsdon spent Wednesday after noon wIth Mrs Annie Hiatt Miss Ltzzie Sweeney spent Thursday find Friday with Mrs Lucy Sweeney Mrs R P Lanham and Mrs BrackI Yate spent Thuri day with Mrs Canary MIsses Lizzie SV far ey and Hattie Lpgsdpnspent Anderson Friday wIth Mrs J fi M Ii Hardin and Walter Logsdon spent Saturdayand Sunday with Nick Hardin = Miss Hattie Logsdon and brother Mord spent Sunday with the family of S G Loltsdon Mr and Mrs Stanley Fenwick and daughter spent Sunday night of last week with G W Fen WiCk and family Miss Mlttie and niece Jewel Hiatt and Mrs Lucy Sweeney spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs Bud Coffee Mr and Mrs Austin Clark and child ren Gertie Virgil and Ray spent Sun day wIth Howard Masters and family Mr and Mrs John Paddockand son Herman spent Sunday with Bud Coffee Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mitchell and son Kenneth spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Taylor Masters Miss Mattie Tobin IS spending thisI week with her sister Mrs Albert Mrs Ltzzie Tobin spent Monday af ternoon with Mrs Hen Haydon Chamberlains Cough Remedy has be come famous for its cures of coughs colds croup and Influenza Try it when SUbajstance DEEP REEK The farmers IIi this vi4i ity are about through cutting their tobacco and hous itMrs I Tishie Coyle is very ill atthi writing Miss Kattie Carpenter was the gues of Mrs Mattie Harmon last Friday Mr and Mrs AnderSon HolderlDan entertained Mr and Mrs John Elliott- and Mr and Mrs George Elliott last WedneqdayrMi and Mrs Harvey Key of Jenson V GKeyMiss MaggIe Coyle spent last Friday night with her brother qda Coyle G Wr Key sold a yoke of oxen to Will Hatchett at 4 cents per pound Grover Elliott sold a heifer to Will Elliott for beef at the market price Rev H P Hatchett filled his reJtu liar appointment Sunday at Beech Grove church Ms Susie Elliott spent last Wednesday night With MIss Nan DIe Burns at Long tun Mrs Dell Reynolds and children spent last Friday night with Mri and Mrs Frank Lawson Mrs Coyle spent Saturday afternoon with her sister Mrs Tishle Coyle Mrs George Cocanougher of Long Run spent several days last week with her son Willie CocanouJther Miss Mattie Elliott of Danville is spending a few weeks with her sister Mrs Amy Carpenter Mrs Mollie Coylespent st Thurs day with her son W E Coyle at Jeri sontown W B Carpenter visited J H Elliott at Danville last Sunday VR THE DRY FALL OUTING 375MAMMOTH 550rl Aewntl Trip From CA VIE Pays All Your Springfield Wednesday October 12Hotel Expenses AND STATioNS Including board and the ad danceRegular missions to the Cave j orEsPARTICULARSt Write or Phole L N Ticket Agent t l w V STALLARD D D 5 SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT 4 Pain or Dan rrDone in this office is tlrst andjustasudvertised Over fcElroy Shaders Grocery j o a 000 o pO O Q 00a Personal Notes1- a aoVisitors In and Out of TownA 0G Round Up of the Personal NewsO0QO OO QOQOOOO Mrs Sallie Burtle IS the guest of Mrs Ben Haydon this week Miss Eunice ONan has returned home after a visIt to her sister MIss Sarah at Danville Mr Theo Campbell was in Lebanon Tuesday Mrs Joe Claybrooke has returnEd home after a visit to relatives in Bards town Mrs Jack Thompson of Nob Creek is the guest of C L i riee and family MIss Marg tret Hag n has returned home from Louisville after spending several months Miss Marie Maloney has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to relatives ht reo Robert Bohannan spent the last lof the week in Louisville Dr W V Stallard spent Sunday in Louisville Ves Russell and Letcher Brewer of Lebanon spent Tuesday here IWaltciJeffers spent last week in Louisville Miss Sue Ray visited friends in Lebanon Saturday Miss Lorena Price will leave the- last of the week for school in Bards town Morrie Durrett spent Sunday and Monday in Danville Mrs George W Colvin entertained last evening at flinch In honor of Mrs Alvis of Yazoo City MississIppi About twenty five ot the young people of town were invited and enJoyed the hospItality ot Prof and Mrs Colvin Roy Bateman of Knoxville Tennis visiting Miss Dolly Cregor Miss Sue Ray entertained at dinner yesterday evening and afterward at a musical in honor of Mr Roy Bateman- of Knoxville Tenn the guest of Miss MrssC Bosley DrttiCK CREEK f I The farmers of this place are through cutting and housing tobacco The party given by John Gilltspie and wile last Friday night was well attenI dell and everybody reported a good time Mrs W G Adams has old her farm toMr Will Sweeney for 3550 Mr Will GOvin and wife of Taylors viUe visited friEnds at this place last weekOtis Miltot and wile were the guestS of S T tumph and family recently H M Stumph sold a hog to Ben Haydon for 12IJoe Lawrence of Lebanon was the guest of his brother Henry Lawrence Sunday James Anderson purchased a big wagon of A C Kimball for 65 John Carr of Louisville is the guest of H M stumph J F Anderson sold a mute to John Cocanougher of Texas for 105 H M Stumph sold a pair of two year old mules to Robt Arnold of Tex as for 300 Miss Mattie Tobin is the guest of her sister Mrs Ella Ruddof Springfield Miss Fannie Sweeney of Anchorage lis visiting friends at this place G W lrocanuugher purchased a sore ghum mill of Campbell Walker of Mackville for 24 Ladies Save Moaey alili Keep u Style by Reaen McCall- Magazilile aei U aI McCall Patterns willNscucSIshJy at a moderato expense by keoplnl you posted on the 4 latest tuh10llsClothes and hats 50 DesignsIn ell o information t do home and personal matters Only Includinga urn scribe today or send forfteo sample copy tourownfOQrseJr and children WhiCh will be perfect n and ill PrlcenoneblJhertkan1i e81 Seed for tree Pattera Catalogue SendforfreePreflEseGWGIRIWYaeIiMWei33tlalf I 4 I Ig Bowling Alley 111 For Sale or Rent Ii it I I G11 As our other business re ulres all our attention we Iq decided to sell or rent I our bowling alleys The I alleys are In first class con O I dition and IS a money making t I business I 1 Lea hman Campbells I Furniture Store VALLEY HILL s P Thompson recently purchased an 800lli steer from J It Goatley at 4 per pound H M Goatley purchased a suckling mule from A B Walker last week at 125 JaB Moran Jr sold asow and pig s Saturday for 50 Mrs T C Tatum and sister Miss MadJte Lair of Louisville were tha guests of W F Moran at Elm Hill FrIdayfMiss Imogene Goatley was the weekend guest of her cousin Miss Pearl Goatley The sale of WG and Lida Grundy- on the29th nit was very well attended and everything sold well Joe Shehan visited his brother Hark at Mooresville Sunday T B JaneS and family of Springfield were week endguests of relatives at this place Brown and Tatum recently sold a hunch of cattle to Goo Abell of Nel son county for a rEmunerative price Mr and Mrs Thos Reed of Booker were guests of their parents MReed and wife of this place Sunday Some consternation has reigned in this section smce the report became current that tobacco buyers had bee n authorized to pay about an ave e of- Be per tb for tobacco This may be worthy of consideration but we do not give it credence It is possible but hardly probable that the American To basso Co would resort to such a drasti c measure in the face of the fact that the growers would pool their entire crops and force the A T mopopOly th e wall A number of bargain hunters from this place attended the stock sale of Thomas Montgomery at Frederickstown Thursday All returned with Ute report that prices soared high Jeff Goatley purchased a heifer at 21QO J R 0 Neal and family of this were the guests of relatives at CroaksI station Sunday Jas Moore of Mooresville was In our section on business the first of the week Robert Vivian and Bradley Ta tum were guests of their uncle T C Tatum Sunday M Reed and wife pave rented theIr farm for the ensuing year and will remove to Springfield to reside Mr and Mrs Reed are excellent Belghbors and we aU regret their departurt Corn cutting the order ot the day werye and gro ars being sown The pleasant purgative effect ended by aU who useChambHlalnsSto- Mach and Liver Tablet and flee Mat thy condition of nodY and mind whisk they create makes one feel joyful Soldd by all dtugtrlsts PLEASANT GROVE Mr and Mrs JO Polls are rflter taming today m honor atJ rand Mrs Joseph Polin The writer extends cO gratulations to this very popular young couple r and Mrs William Campbell of Ohio arrived Sundayy for a visit to Mr Campbells sister Mrs Sxdale i L Mrs WP Merritt is giyiriga aho- etao day for Miss Ellen GQrY Mesdames B L LitseYi Jxi Matti and J H Hopper are in Louisville for a few days Miss EUeh Gregory spent laSt week with Miss frances Martin in Spring field Miss Margia Graham is at tJe borne of Mrs L M Gregory Rev H Hudson atvPleasant Grove Sunday ors WrP Merritts father ltev Mr Wright and her cousin Revj Yr Wright visIted her wt week Mrs L M Gregory yisited herdaugh ter Miss Della Ray at St Catb4ie last Thursday Captain Mussen of Pet7yv1lle is at the home Mr and Mrs S Q Hardest CL Grundy and family 1IPe Sua day WIth B BLeachman B B Leachman is attending theO ns60ro FaIr this week A toalc that JxI sratsaib3ta- ad yo g Fr weak aerirwr sites and wee LhrsrybI tie tet tae roJMY DRI OA s iaillrr HAYDON ROBERTSON Fresh EveryDay Hot Rolls TELEPHONE Light Bread- Cream Bread J 69Rye Bread and all kinds of fancy Cakes And your order will be By calling us any morn promptly attended to inf- at eleven oclock and delivered KATIE HERTLEIN BRO j When awn towq try ont 4f Nh CRAPE JUICES t I 4 w IitLIfiII ON TIONtDNK ACOEYR HTB WAPArTCRJQN 4 imN You take In the city of Wash lngton what the unregenerate call f a rubberneck wagon your course is bound to lead by the Cosmos club Until the Metropolitan cub bunt its new quarters its build ingwa8 situated near that which houses the Cosmos members It Wu the great delight ot the in formation giver on the sightsee thewpassengers that tehe Metropolitan club which you see on your right is the home of the nobs and the Cosmos club which you see on your left Is the home ot the cranks Presumably scientists have become acaus domed to being dubbed cranks by the unthinking 1t has been a long hard struggle at times for some scientists to get recognition from the world The Cosmos club has a membership which in eludes some of the greatest scientists of the- t United States and in its nonresident member ship some of the greatest scientists of the world There are botanists astronomers ornltholo- glltS and in fact scientists of all kinds and dc- ocripUons to Ie found nightly in the great sweeping parlors of the clubs quarters There Is just as much hospitality and jollity in the club as are to be found in the rooms ot any social organization in the worldand learning besides there also In order to be a member ot the Coso rubs clUb you must have something besides money and social standing It is probable that there re many members of other organizations fn Washington who would be willing to thrOW their memberships into the deep sea it the act Would buy for them admittance into the club- of these scIentists The headquarters qf the Cosmos club are in the old Dolly MadIson residence It was there tbat the wIdow of President Mad on lived and held social sway for years after the death ot hQr husband During the Civil war tor a time Adml rat Wilkes lived in the Madison house It wrls Wilkes who took Mason and SlIdell from ish steamer Trent and thereby nearly brOtfgllt on war between the United States and Great Brltainata time when such a war might have insured ultimate victory to the Confederate arms StatesISovemmentMerriam who for years was the survey chief and who In the early days worked so hard to I make theservire what he succeeded In making it- atie ot the most useful departments of govern ment Dr Merriam han accepted the direction of the Harriman Foundation for Zoological Re search Mrs Harriman the widow of E H Har riman the great financier and railroad man has carried out the wishes of her husband and has aside a large sum of money to Qe used for purppses ot zoological study Acting unquestion- n line with her husbands wtQhes Mrs Har- riman requested Dr Merriam to take charge of the work It is probable that theformer chief ot the blo Joglcal survey is the foremost authority in the United States In matters pertaining to certain l Drbierriamilore Roosevelt went for advice about the scope of his expected work In Africa The doctor and the colonel have been friends since boyhood when in New York state both were pursuing bIrd studies and exchanging letters on general sub Jects of natural history These words about Dr Merriam and the Hart man Zoological Foundation lead one to toll a story about the late financIer which perhaps will throw some light on a side of hIs life concerning which most people probably know little One year ago last winter I went south from Washington bound for Augusta Ga with Ii friend E H Harrimans private car was at oAcached to the train at one ot toe stations on the- yv f LIt happened that my friend was a close per s nal acquaintance of Mr Harriman and he was iWvltCd to dine with the financier on hIs private car and was told to brIng his friend with him provided the friend would like to come There were several men of large affairs at that little dinner party one of the guests being the president of one of the greatest railroad systems In the world The conversation naturally was about big affairs of the financial world concerning which I knew very little sand I am- P free to confess cued much less After hearing a good deal about certain thIngs concernIng which the discussion was more or less unlntel11- i1ble to me I ventured to break into the convey sation and to tell Mr Harriman that I had such ot the journals ot the Harriman Alaska Expedi- on as already had been publls lEd and moreover that I lead read them For the next two hours I had ample siidence t atE H Harriman cared for somethIng besIdes h 4ilrguds F nlor twelve years before he had taken a company of naturalists to Alaska with him us his guests Ho had had a delightful time with the scientists and they had profited much in a knowledge way by the trip to comparatively new fields I found that Mr Harriman was keen ly Interested In birds trees shells flowers stones and mammals and that he know and appreciated nature In all its forms That was the only time I ever saw E H Harriman but tram what he said during the two hours and a half pent In his car that winter night I was not at aU surprIsed when I found out that he had provided a fund for zoological research Across Lafayette square due west from the Cosmos club Iq the vacant Decatur mansion This house was built by Commodore Stephen Do catur in the year 1819 and It was from Its portals that he went forth one year later to met his death at the hand of James Barron also a naval officer who had challenged Decatur to n duel It Is American history and the circumstances are known to all but ft might bo saId that It was Barron who was in command of the United states shIp Chesapeake at the time It was over hauled by the British ship Leopard and searched for alleged deserters from the British navy Books have been written about Lafayette square but the stories that are told al out the amen whose statues are in tilO square an about the men who lIved in the houses surrou ding It are endless and not allot them perhaps have found their way Into print The statue ot Lafay ette was erected at one corner of the square not long after the statue of Andrew Jackson had been put In place In the center of the square provided a square can e saId to have n center Lafayette visited America In 1825 and even to dayone hears occasionally of some living person who remembers his visit Not long ago there dIed in Chicago at her home on Elm street the aged Mrs Davidson She was born In Charleston S C Her malden name was Ancrum she was a granddaughter ot Col William Washington a first cousIn ot George Washington It was William Washington who at the battle ot the Cowpens fought as handto hand fight with Colonel TarJ ton ot the BrItish forces Colonel Washington succeeded In cutting oft the thumb ot Tarletons sword hind and then there was interference which separated the combatants Lafayette was a strong personal friend ot WU Ham Wasthington and when he visited Charleston in the year 1825 ho was a guest at the Ancrum residence Mrs Ancrum the mother of Mrs Da vidson being a daughter of Colonel Washington Mrs Davidson then a child six or eight years old remembered the visit perfectly fwd kept until she died a present which Lafayette had given to her the grandchild ot his old friend and comrade In arms There Is no statue at Washington In Lafayette square though one day there may be for It Is said tobo possible that Andrew Jackson may be put elsewhere and George Washington may take his place The nearest physical apprOach so to speak that ono gets to the first president In Lafayette sgnaro Is In the WhIte House which tronb ILIt may not be generally known that the White House was completed before Washington died It was only a few days before his death as Washington tradition has It that George and Martha Washington walked through the recently completed White House to gIve theIr approval or disapproval as it may be of the arrangement of the rooms Ills possible that that visit to the capital was the last one which the Father of his Country made for It was only a short time afterward that he died at his country scat Mount Vernon Reference to Mount Vernon brings to mind the fact that there Is living tn Washington today an aged man named John Lane who Is the onlY living person who ever saw George Washington Now inasmuch as the Father of his country dIed 111 years ago this may seem to be soIilethlDr pretty close to a false statement on Its face but it Is the truth nevertheless When John Lane was a small boy the driver ot a stage that ran between Washington and Mount Vernon asked the lad if he wanted a ride and the answer was a hasty climbing up to the seat of honor by the driven The boy made the trip all the way to Mount Vernon md arrived there just as they Were removIng the body of Washington fort the old tomb to the new one ln order to make certain That the remains had not been tampered with by ghouls who not long before had broken Into the old tomb the tyrflln was opened and John Lane aged ten was lifted up to look on the race of the Father ot Ida Coun try r Lane today Is the only peraoa whe survives or the little company 11h1d1 war aresen at the traaafar ot the Taffy jSl GF LN t7Ij sh lr A sunny sparkle na pool A 9hssi and a lIurpdae A mist thats drawn Across the stHer eyes A touch of vapor and of fire i n sipsThe rose Her llpsIA flowers apartThe mineHer heart t J c Qerndt in Smart Set Magazine I r JtI j The Silver Purse r By TEMPLE BArLEY r ftCoDyright pro by Associated Literary Press It was fate that made Julets birth day and that ot her prospective moth erlaw como In the same week It Is not expected that thb course of truelove wlll run smooth and heretofore the love affair of Juliet had had no un even places She loved her betrothed he loved her and they both loved his mother Now and then a little jealousy of Carters mother crossed Juliets mind The older woman was fascinating and beautiful In a way that Juliet had neverbeen and never could be Juliet was pretty and fresh a lipink and white white Carters mother was stately and elamlic The two women tallied off the son and lover who was in the far west and planned for hIs omecomlng He will get here n our birthday week the mother saId and we will have two cakes a white one for you and a gold cake for me You shall have white candles and Ill have yellow ones and we wili have jonquils and lilies ot the valley In the middle of the table TheIr disappointment came when Carter wrote that ho could not get back in time for the celebration He sent a box with his letter In It was a silver purse and a set ot Browning The two cards told that the purse was for Mrs Crowell the books for Juliet Juliet eyed the silver purse wist fully She had wanted one for years aIfd Car er knew I She felt a little hurt that he should have sent her heI Talked of the Son and Lover She took her books and went home rather soberjy That night she read them and finding certain of the ex quisite love poems was thrilled and enraptured She wrote to Carter and told him how lovely it was ot him to thinK ot her and to send a message ot hIs love in the words of his favor- Ite poet The next day the two women went downtown together Mrs Crowell wore the slIver purse Juliet with her shabby pocketbook and away from the glamour ot the loge pas sages again felt slightly aggrieved Why should Carter add to his moth ers beauty with dainty trifles when that of hIs swetheart ended enhancing Moreover he hat heard her thiqgsYetmust stand on the shelf Mrs Crowell fingered the silver handbag with delight It was dear ot Carter to send me this she said Did you like the books Juliet Juliet answered faintly The purse at close range seemed so desirable and the books on the shelf were re mote She wanted something that she could show the girls something that would gUtter and swing from a silver chain and add the final touch to her costume On the way home site still cherished her sense of grievance To QuIet her doubts she got out Carters letter It was written In his usual dIfficult scrawl and she read It slowly It breathed his love for her and she went to bed comforted But the next day her best girl friend came to see her What did Carter give yoq for your birthday Mary asked Juliet hesitated Books she said at last Oh Marys voice held no on- tbusiasm I hope no one will give me books for my birthday I think a man ought to pick out something personal Did you see the purse he gave his mother Juliet sighed Yes she said It would have been more appre priate for you Mary said I dont lee what to old woman Uke hli mother wants with thing Inca that The next mornlng Mrs Crowell tel longletterI cant read l1mr eyes arb so bad and you know his scrawl mydear protpisedthisCome to lunch Mrs Crowell In vied and Juliet agreed While Mrs Crowell prepaPrd the lunch Juliet looked over the letter Its a little hard to make out sh called to the olden lady ins the Qt erroom Ill read Jt aloud whets I ave deci eyed It hetjchthl was the letter Mother Dear I have just recived- a note from Juliet In It she thanks mej for n1 gUt ot Brp1Dlnga poems I ayso have iletter from you In which you thank me for a purse Now as a cltoknW how you love Browning I am so sorry that you should have been dJs pointed because I intended youu have the books you have ID lon coveted But Juliet seems so pie sed that I hate to tell er of Y9unefthty things yet knowing herI feel that It I explain she Wlll feel i nec ssary to return the books to you and to tatethe silver purse which WQuld mean so much less to her Some day I can give let all the triftes to wear that she needs and she hu called the books preclousuSo dont tell her anything about Jt Ill write again soon and give you the nhwe this is elIqply to correct my blunder I sub- po e the cards were mixed in someway Yours always Carter When she had finished juliet drew a quick breath He had winnted her tOi have the purse he hadremem ered her love of pretty things The exchange would bo easy Mrs Crow ell Coveted the books Az this moment the elder woman cane in with the salad in a silver dis l Did he say anything about- the purse she asked It was so- lovaly of him to send it to me Men are so apt to think that we older WOmen care nothing for the dainty- things of dress I get books and pracUcalthipto ave something different diets breath came quickly Surely Carter would wa this mother saved from disappointment It seemed to ring her closer to him to think thatshe might have a secret with him something that they could hide frort his mother rather than some shouldhideRead the letter the older woman said as they sat down to the table and JuUet read it making upas she e went along sentences which told that he was glad she 1ikeel the purse glad that JulIet liked the books and said nothing of his mistake After that they chatted of the coming marriage and Juliets plans for itWhen Juliet went home The wrote to her lover and told him aU about Ithow she loved the books fond how his mother had delighted in the silver purse I want her to keep 11 she said anotheljtothat It Is my gift to your mother as welt as yours Some say Ill give her a set ot Browning and then she will have both things and never know tho difference The nnswir that came from hiIi1 repaid her for her sacrifice I am go ing to take yOU at your word he said and lot you do without the- pure But on their wedding day besides the diamond pendant that he gays her there was another gift Wrapped In tissue paper and tied with white ribbon It made a rather bulky packIage Within she found a golden bag all glittering mesh and sparkling stones It was a thing beautiful enough for duchess a thing a prince might have presented to the ladyhe loved and that was what It meant to Juliet the gift of the lover who had given her the greatest gift of allhis hears best and purest adoration Money Saved to Apple Growers Evaporating low grade apples for export has lately had a good start In the appleproducing districts ot Tu- mttnla and promises much increase During the last year on account ot the establishment ot several Ood apple evaporating plants utilizing uptodate American machInery about 500000 was saved to apple growers on apple which would otherwIse have iealyall been thrown away as unsalable Waitee- on accoUnt of low grade- F i t riur =w I r SYNOPSIS It Lawrence Blakeley lawyer goesittoI S Ptttsburg with the gorged notes In the Bronson case to take the deposition of proseCflt1onJohntMs house the lawyer Is attracted by the picture of a girl whom Gilmore explains Is his granddaughter Alison West tie says her father Is a rascal laid a friend ot the forger CHAPTER II A Torn Telegram I lunched alone at the Gilmore h house and went back to the city at once The sun had lifted the mists s and a fresh summer wind had cleared away the smoke pall The boulevard wu full of cars flying countryward- tor the Saturday half holiday toward tbolf and tennis green fields and bab to bUng girls I gritted my teeth and thought of McKnight at Richmond ADd then for the first time I associ ated John qllmores granddaughter with the West that McKnight had Irritably flung at me I still carried my traveling bag for McKnights vision at the wIndow of the empty house had not been without effect I did not transfer the notes to my pocket and If I had it would not have altered the situation later r Only the other day McKnight put ti very thing up to me- T warned you he reminded me PI told you there were queer things cOming and to be on your guard You ought to have taken your revolver It would have been of exactly as much use as a bucket of snow in Africa I retorted If I had never closed my eyes or it I had kept my finger on the trigger of a sixshooter which is novelesque for revolver the result would have been the same And the next time yoU want a little excitement wIth every variety of thrill thrown in I can put you by way of it You begin by getting the wrong berth I a Pullman car and end Oh I know how it ends he fin ished shortly Dont you suppose the whole things written on my spinal IImarrow 1 But I am wandering again That is the dlftlcultrwith the unprofessional storyteller He yaws back and forth nd cant keep in the wInd he drops his characters overboard when he hunt ny furtherr use for them and drowns them he forgets the coffee pot and the frying pan and all the other small essentials and if he carries a love affair he mutters a fervent Allah be praised when he lands them drenched with adventures at the matrlmonialdock at the end of the final chapter I put In a thoroughly unsatisfactory afternoon Time dragged eternally I jiropped into a summer vaudeville and bought some ties at a haberdashers it was bored but unexpectant I had no premonition of what was to come Nothing unusual had ever happened to me friends of mine had sometimes sailed the hIgh seas of adven tore or skirted the coasts of chance but all of the shipwrecks h cuited after a woman passenger had been taken on Ergo I had always said no women I repeated it to my self that evening almost savagely when I found my thoughts straying back to the picture of John Gilmores granddaughter I even argued as rate my solitary dinner at a downtown restaurant Havent you troubles enough I reflected without looking for more Hasnt Bad News gone lame with a macro e race booked for next week Otherwise arent you comfortable Isnt your house in order Do you want to sell a pony in order to have aheV library done over in mission or the drawing room In gold Do you want somebody to count the empty cigarette boxes lying around every morningLay to the long idle afternoon to new envIronment to anything you- ITS thn but I began to think that per hops I did I was confoundedly lonely For the first time in my life its even curse began to waver Th e l needle registered warning marks oil th9 matrimonial seismograph lines vague enough but lines My alligator bag lay nt my feet still locked While I waited for my coffee I leaned back and surveyed the people incuriously There were the usual couples intent on each other my new state of mind made me regard them with tolerance But at the next table where a man and woman dined together a different atmosphere prevalled My attention wtts j ret caught by t5ewomans face She had been speaking earnestly across the table her profile turned to me l had noUred casually her earnest manner her somber clothes and the great mass of odd bronzecolored hair on her neck But suddenly she glanced toward me and the utter hopelessness almost tragedyof her expresion struck me with a shock She half closed her eyes and drew a long breath then she turned agaiubto the man across the table Neither une wLS eating He Sat low In ills chair his thin on his chest UGly folda of thick flesh protruding over his collar He was probably 50 bald grotesque sullen and yet not- without a suggestion of power But he r F LOWIkt1trrAVTHCR THL CIRCT7A A rRCA L jEIZtCMirJanThad been drinking as I looked he raIsed an unsteady hand and summoned a walter with a wine list The young woman bent across the table and spoke agaIn quickly She unconsciously raised her voice beautiful to her earnestness and stress she rather interested me I had an idle inclination to advIse the walter to remove the bottled temptation from the table I wonder what would have happened if I had Sup pOle Harrington had not been Intoxicated wheat he entered the Pullman car Ontario that night For they were about to make a jour ney I gathered and the young wom an wished to go alone I drank three cups of coffee whIch accounted for my wakefulness later and shameless ly watched the tableau before me The w mans protest eVidently went for nothing across the table the man grunted monosyllable replies and grew more and more lowering and sullen Once during a brief unexpected plan IsslmpIn the music her voice came me If I could see him in she was saYlni Oh its timeI In spite of my interest I would have forgotten the whole incident at once erased it from my mind as one does the inessentials and clutterings of memory had I not met them again later that evening in the Pennsylvania station The situation between them had not vIsIbly altered The same dogged determination showed in the mans face but the young woman daughter or wife I wonderedhad drawn down her veil and I could only suspect what white misery lay beneath I bought my berth after waiting in 3 a line of some eight or ten people When step by step I had almost reached the window a tall woman whom I had not noticed before spoke to me from my1 elbow She had a hattdWllla lower when you buy oursishe asked t have traveled for three nights In tip persI consented of course beyond that I hardly noticed the Woman I had a vague Impression of height and a certain aP1ountof stateliness but the crowd wfs pushing behind me and some onQ was standing on my foot I got twt lowers easily and turning with the tchange and berths held out the ticketsVWhich wlll you have asked Lower 11 or lower 101 It makes no difference she said Thank you very much Indeed At random I gave her loner 11 and called a porter to help her with her luggage J followed them leisurely to the train shed and tell minutes uofe saw us under way 1 looked into my car but It presented the peculiarly unattractive appear ante common to sleepers The berths were made up the Etnter aisle was a ath between illsof dingy breeze repelling curtains while the two seats at each end of the car were ld high with suit cases and umbrellas The perspiring porter was trying to be In six places at once somebody has said that Pullman porters are black so they wont show the dirt but they certainly show the heat Ninefifteen was an cutrageous hour to go to bed especially since I sleep lIttle or not at all on the train so made my way to the smolier 11 passed the time until nearly 11 with cigarettes and a magazine The car was very close It was a warm night and before turning in I stood a short time in the vestibule The train had been stopping at frequent Intervals and finding the brake man there I asked the trouble It seemed that there was a hotbox on the next car and that not only were ive late but we wre delaying the second section just b Ind I was beginning to feel pleasa tly drowsy and the air was growing ooleras we got Into the mountains said good night to the brakeman an went back to my berth To my surprise Lower ten was already occupieda suit ease projected from beneath a pair of shoes stood on the floor and from behind the curtains came the heavy unmis takable breathing of deep sleep I hunted out the porter and together we investigated Are you the porter leaning overdeferentially No answer forthcoming he opened the curtains and looked in Yes the In truder was asleepvery much asleep and an ov rwhelming odor of whisky proclattned that he would probably remain asleep until morning I was irritated The car was full and I was not disposed to take an uppr in order to allow this drunken inte loper to sleep cOmfortablY in my bert oull have to get out of this I said shaking him angrily But he grunted and turned over As he did so I saw his features for the first time It was the quarrelsome man of the restaurant I was less dIsposed than ever to relinquish my claim but the porter after a little quiet investigation of fereda solution of the difficulty- They s no one In lower nine he sugge ted pulling open the curtains just cross Its likely nines his berth and hes made a mistake owing his condition Youd better take nine sir- I did with a firm resolution that If nines rightful owner turned up later should be just as unwakable as the man opposite I undressed leisurely making sure ot the safety of the forged notes and placing my grip as before between myself and the window Being a man of systematic habits I arranged my clothes carefully put Ing my shoes out for the porter to polish and stowing my collar and scarf In the little hammock swunl for the purpQseJ At last with my pillows so arranged that I could see out comfortably and with the unhygienic looking blanket turned backI have always a distrust ot those J11lch1 allairsI Prepared- to walt gradually for sleep But sleep did not visit me The train came to frequent grating stops and I surmised the hot box again I am not a nervous man but there was In belhindwarningYouit screamed to chasItenedwideawake1Atblinked out at the station lights Some passeDJnrs boarded the train there and 1 hoard a womans low tones a southern voice rich and fulL Thea c quiet agaIn Every nerve was tense Time passed perhaps ten minutes possibly half an hour then witho the slightest warning Its the train rounded a curve a heavy body was nttrlvJalits suddenness for although my ears awakeJIInstant the wurtain hung limp again sun without a sound my disturber had sUpped away into the gloom and darkness In a frenzy of wakefulnels I sat up drew on a pair of sUppers and fumbled thr my bath robe From n berth across probably lower ten came that particularly aggravat ing snore which begins lightly delicately faintly soprano goes down the andIthat tears the very Mr I was more and more irritable I sat on the edge of the berth arid hoped the snorer would choke to death He had considerable vitl1rtr however he withstood one shock after another and survived to start with new vigor In desperation I found some cigarettes and nemaUh piled my blankets over my grIp and a9though iocarIsttgloom In his everyday attire that he pajamastake a Turk to feel at home before an audience in my red and yellow bath robe Ii ChrIstmas remembrance from Mrs Klopton with sUppers to matcb So naturally when I saw a f2mi nine figure on the platform my firs instinct was to dOdge The woman however was quicker than I she gave me a startled glance wheeled and dis appeared with a flash of two bronze colored braids into the next car Cigarette box In one hand match h the other I leaned against the un certain frame of the door and gaz d aft r her vanished figure The moun- taln air flapped my bath robe around my bare ankles my one match burned tQ the end and went out and still I stared For I had seen on her expres sive face a haunting look that was horror nothing less Heaven knows I am not psychological Emotions have to be written large before I can read them But a woman In trouble always appeals tome and thIs woman was more than that She was In deadly fear If I bad not been afraid of being ridiculous I would have followed her But I fancIed that the apparition of a man in a red anq yellow bath robe with an unkempt thatch of hair walk tog up to her and as wring her that he would protect her would probably put her Into hysterics I had done that once before when burglars had tried to break Into the house and tad startled the parlor maid into bed fOl a week So I tried to assure myseU that I had imagined the ladys distress or caused it perhapsand to dis miss her from my mind Perhaps she was merely anxious bout the un pleasant gentleman ot the restaurant I thought smugly that I could have told her all about him That he was sleeping the sleep of the just and the Intoxicated in a berth that ought aH that was fair and right to have been mine and that if I were tied to a man who snored like that I should palateflap like a loose sail lathe wind We passed Harrisburg as I stood there It was starlight and the great crests of the Alleghanies had given way to low hllls At intervals we passed smudges of gray white no doubt In daytime comfortable farms which McKnight says is a good way of puttIng it the farms being a lot more comfortable than the people on them I was growing drowsy the woman with the bronze hair and the horrified face was fading 1nretrosp ct It waS colder too and I turned with a shJve1 to go in As I did so a bit of paper fluttered Into the rlr and settled on mY sleeve like a butterfly on gorgeous red and yellow blossom I picked It up curiously and glanced at it It was part of a telegram that had been torn intQ bits There were only parts of four word on the scrap but It left me puzzled and thought Itread over ten car seve Lower ten car seven was my berththe one J had bought and found preempted TO pE CONTINUED Farmer Boy Presidents Prof 1V J Spillman declares tha the farms have furnished this colntry with 93 per cent of ItS presidents 91 per cent ot its governors S3 per cent of Its cabinet officers 70 per cent of its senators tH per cent of its congressmen and 55 per cent of its railroad presidents The Chinese Day Iipartsand ls ot two hours duration r Mother severely How many strawberries have you eaten out of- this basket Ethe- lEthelOnly two One to see how it tasted and the other to take the taste out of my mouth The Prettiest Girl In CincInnati My nieces said a well known man the other day ls often called the pret tiest girl in Cincinnati I believe half the compliments she gets are due to her shirtwaists They are always as clean and dainty looking as a snowflake Shes mighty particular about them She wont use the cheap ordi nary rosin soaps for washings but buys this Easy Task Soap you hear so much about It seems that Easy Task Soap just naturally goes after the dirt und doesnt eat into and rot the fabrics like the common yellow rosIn soaps It costs the same a nickel a cake on Your Llfe INot obtained a positIon in that was being built He had to carry mortar up to the top floor One day he went up and coulclntt find his way down The boss missed him and called up to him Pat said the boss why dont you come down 1 dont know the way said Pat Well come doWn the way you went Faith and I wont said Pat for l came up bead first DeafneSs Cannot Be Cured by loess appUcaUoDS es they cannot reach the dri eased portIon of the ear There only one way to cure deafness and that by conet1tuUoIiAl remedes Deafness Is caueed by an lndamed condition or the mucous Jlnll of the Eustachlen Tube WbenthJI tube Infsmed you have a rumbling aound orJm perfect heartnc and when It a entirely c1oeed ness Is the result and unless the tnCammatloa can be taken out and this tube restored to Its narmalcondJ- tlon hearing will be destroyed tonne nine nothlDirbutWe will rive One Hundred Dollars tor cue of cww1byF J CHENEY 6 CO Toledo 0Bold by nrnitg1its tbc Take Hina Faml17 Pm for consUpatkm Mans Many Attributes What a chimera then is maul What a novelty what a monster what a chaos what a subject of contradiC tIon what a prodigy A judge ot all things a feeble worm of the earth depository of the truth cloaca of un certainty and error the glory and the shame of the universe Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a sate and sure remedy for infants and children and see that It Bears the- signature dOf In Use For Over SO Years The Kind You Have Always Bought Thanks for the Relief Mrs Nagglt dont feel like myself tonightMr Then we ought to have I very pleasant evening StrayS neB SPOHNS DISTEMPER CURE will DISTEMPERPINKof all ages and prevents all others in the same stable from having the disease Also distemperAnyto mire 50 cents and 100 a bottle Agents CoSPlCIt Is surprising It Is often astounding to discover now and then what possibilities of rehabllltatlon there are in the most unfortunate ofusAlfred Buchanan AFTER SUFFERING FORYEARS Cured by Lydia E Pink bttms Vegetable Compound Park Ba ids YlnnrI was sick fox PIIIlnaTfii of Life and Wu hard11 abl8 to b rtii around After taking six bottler off MdiEPJnkham Y JOjIiiable to do my owr feellLiJJPtT Park Rap irookvllle Ohloulw1 rand extremely nervous A neighbor recommended Lydia E Pinkham bavebecomeaoxBrookvilLydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs contains non rcotio or harm fn drugs and today boldi the record for the largest number of actual cured r of female diseases we knOW of and thousands of voluntary tesUmoniali- are on file in the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn Mass from women ho baTe been cured from almost form ot female complaints 1nfiammation ul ftbrQldtumorairregularities prostrationEveryself to give Lydia E Pinkhama Vega table CompoUnd a triaL If yoU want peC adylce writs Mrs Pinkham LIlDMIIJ forItIt Ia free and always L Constipation Prt ReliefPm cCARTERS UTILE RIVER PILLS acne tai P1 ve et steelylast d1t iTt afterW R dier ML dHtttan tke eyes 7rthsIGoeM SI ti- iraVl4Ze w1 L DOUCLASHANDSEWED PROOESti SHOES 4400SOGWOMZWSW50933504 IOn 00950 Ie 100 THE STANDARD FOR 30 YEARSxThey are absolutely aoctpopularud bestaboes for the price is America They are the leaders eveO where because they hold their aMpo it better look bettei ed wear loa1 get than other maker They are positively the mot eco ca1 shoes for you to buy W Douglasname asdhere price UI ttaaeI J parutee4TAKE seaiet tIQtIy yoc write for 3fail oaafer CataJIC W1DOUGLAS areolge MMI No Matterwhat Iavsr or Bowel adiolMye are 1IIig stop it nwr Get a ll efCASCAsad learn how easily MtIInUy dHghtfiifly your liver ea be 1IiafI- Week aad yo w bw1rroryry dcr Then aver We ianwy lox CASCARBTS are a tiirss You will ae gist offerucs weektruin the wand oa beauIfs MaiR Y 1 Iter W iNL CINCINNATI NO 40111 LOW TO FARES Ia CALIFORNIA ILow OneWoy Colonist Fares In effect hitV October 1 to October l5 IQlO via I Union Pacific Southern Pacific Standard Route of the Vet ElectricBlockSidnals Excellent DlIiin Cars yFor tickets and information callan or address GERRIT FORT P T MI- U P R R Co Omaha Nebraska ttom w w Ww p F r I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEpNESDAY OCTOBER 5 910- 4F ri THORN VAlLfY Jk MFannv Hughes of Willisburg sptt1ueweek with her aunt Mrs JN rinfeSettle M1ks 1tar Graham of Spriffe1d- isvisitrng Mrs Same Gregory Mrs Kate j3tey Mary Martin and Katie Hoppr areshoppin1m JouisVlle this week Frank gorders and family have mqveda to this place from LOUISVlllp otheywillMr and Mrs Tom Baker Mr and Mrs Hugh LeachmQn and Miss Sue Eierton spent Sunday with Mr and iMrs James Moran near Litsey J S Yunkev is visiting his ughter at New YorkJMisses Sue and Eleanor Reed andsSue Edgerton spent Thursday night at the Grundy Home Mrs Lizzie Crellan of Mlddleboro is viting her father James Gregory Mr and Mrs J S Lea hman were in town Monday on business Mr Stephen Smith has returned to his hone near Mackville aft ra iisit- to his grandson Will Smith Joe Wycoff of Mackville was in our Idst Sunday MrsW P Merritt was hostess aLatmiscellaneous shower given in honbr of Miss Ellen Gregory on Wednesday from 2to5pm upisCQughRemedy f the croupy cough has appeared will f prevent the attack Contains no poi son Sold by all druggists t 1 SCIINU MALL Too late for last issne Frank Clarkson znd sister Miss Mat tiewere at Tatham Springs latelY Mrs A B Walker and daughter Margie spent last Friday week wilb Miss Nannie Walker of Springfield lIlra Mary Thompson spent Satifr l y week wIth her diughtr Mrs Oscar CurryIMrs Etta Clarkson returned home Monday week from Lawreneeburg Misses Margie Walker nqd Mary Leo Lanham spent Monday night of last week wIth Mrs Alice and Maggie Montgomery FrankMoore spent several days of 1st week at the home of S D Mudd Gilbert Cheser and wife of Poim visited this section recently A Hitnor Lnton was at Lltsev Sun ayweek Th sale at Mrs W P Montgomery was well attended a good price being realized for everything that was solo Frank Clarkson sold to Will ClementsI mare for 100 and a colt fr5JHenry Crouch and wife spent Wednes day wittl YiAlic Linton and brother Offutt and Willie Barlow spent Sun iday week ttheir grandparents neat Woojawn = Mrs Efile Fobertson Mrs May Ols 1 iy Mrs Maggie Mudd Mrs Georf- Uemeitts were guests of Mrs Will plements recently tIS m time of sudden mishap or accident tkt Chamberlains Liniment car therelieii upon to take the place tlf the ifarnily doctor who cannot always be iouad attlie moment Then it is that CMarberlains Liniment is never found wanting En cases of sprains cuts wounds and brUIses Chamberlains Lii- iiment takes out the soreness and drives away the pain Sold by aU drggists jOO IEWALrnfl jThe readersof this paper will be to learn that there isat loast one dtead ed disease that science has been kble to cure in all itsstages and that is Cat arch Hillla Catarrh Cure is theonlr positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh bemg a constitu tional disease requires a constitutIOnal treatment Halls Catarrh Cure istak 4eninternally acting directly upon the blood and mucOUs surfaces of the sys tern thereby destroying the tourdatton of the disease nd giving the patIent strength by building up the constitution and assistiig nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith dts curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It- talls to cure Send fur list of testimo nials Address F J CHENY CO Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation OR HOAGS i1ood nd Liver Restorative 1dit tmr LJicie ud 11THE IELlABLE REMEDy fr Rkeaatisa Pu1es BIoM- udSkD- YSengteua the ne1Ves makes ne 1ricJ blood increases appetite lMre people owe their health and trength to it than any other Zdy1 DODt wait buy a bottle today SOLD BY HAYDON ROBERTSON jji IAHalfS i Mystery By MARIA LCOOPER Copyright by AmerIcan Pres AsOtatIon- Despite the uppo1tlon ot my purents iiI rertain bvidshattngs on the part f Inttnate trtpnd Ienli ted In j eugugement tu Edwurd lIsley There was MomPIliJug about him beyond t he warnings that made me UUtom- furrulJle Bt would make an engagei meat to he with m during an evenIng break It and give nC sathfiRtory ex na tjn Alter hi bud dune thisjeeraI Umes resolved the next to corner him by forlng hIm to tellIwp where he had been Wlilu next time limp round IIp Iuhttd that bttwpcn the hours of S and 11 bl had been at bqme Without hs kiow1et1ge as1ed his sister us to where atout ott tilt evening in quesfion and ctie told me that he had not been at home butsaid he bud ben with rue This convinced me that he was de- lling ple and told him he must either make u clean IJreust of the mat er br would tJrpuk our engagement He took tisolemn ulltb that lie never left his home between oclok during the evening he wn sUiiiosed to be with rue and olIock the uext morn Ing When I asked how thut could be be told mp that tu tell would Involve others whose nets he hud no right to divulge I Curiosity now tjnme my dominant motive would linv broken with my ulitnee had it not bee that believed l fluid get hIs ert by remaining engaged to him whereas If I sent him away would never know It pre tended to he very QJuCb hurt at his want of tontldence In me and he seemed equally lmt nut that did not feel assured bIN statement was true and bpcuuse should endeavor to foree him to reveal asecret which voked ot11lrN The result ot a half hours probIng gave tnt bp Impression tbut hl was conneted with several persons of both sexes who were united by some secret bond but that this bond was or any especial Importance dId not uppear It did not In any way explain how Edward could hove hpen In the house for three hours one evening vhe he was Stlp1OS4d to hp visiting me nd what hud the events or these thre hours toI do wltb the persons whose ecret l he would betray by making un explana- tioti After If long perlfld or q estloning and waiting questioning again and waltil1J agaIn gaveup trying to gt the secret however applied one test before raking final action I asked to hp ndmlqed to tills coterie of whkb Edward was suppoed to bp n mpm- bpr tie said that must be elected and the number wits complete By noito marry a man bad a secret trom me broke the engagement All thlR was a few months before tile great earthquake when our eiy was destroyed Among those who cud not turn up after that drendfn dlumity was my former fIance His ho SE was one that fell ut the first tbc k and only one member of thE Tom ly bad had time to SlIpP ThiN par m saId that Edward IlIsley was uut in the house at thE time of the quake When the debris was removed every body was found except his This lndbnredI that he had probably been where But though his friends kept trock of nil the bodies t ken out his 1erOuhd fLeust not Identl fied Vtrynnttlrally I connected his mys tErlon d1iranee with tilt reasons for whlib liiiil broken tny engage ment If hud been puzzled before was more puzzled now A new devel opnwnt wits that ont of FAwirdhI list Intlmutp friends WIM a misiug anrihls body was not found There were other persons not accounted for hut the titan mentlonrd- WI1S the only one happened to know as one of hiM friends This deepened rhe rnysterv for mt though fur meIalone for nvirreveiIlId what ward had told we or rather what be hud not told One murulr lOok up n npw paper nnd 1aw An eX111f1l lion otbe nyster- that was huuntlllg rill so JrS1stifltI- that was beginning to lrcuk dowr- titider It The pnptr ont1111d nil nn- 1I11J1I1CcIIlilt t hut the lot oti whh kllc haditral the lisley liout bn1 been purrhisetl Iud tbe fouiidttiow tukeii out to hlUlit wuy for new ones A pat Iiiid bcen walled up tidntly- by l1mu tellr rnasoii and over d wit un urcbcd brick roof tbC ezitranre wbhb was IIn Iron door The door be lag fotidits latch was found to hUt been vedge3 by the purtlJlluuke so that ifuuld not bp Opflel Thlre bud been entrance from without through tellirr I Jour IlIuddt this lncjosure which was fur were found tin sklttiflI thr men ullll two wUIUn On a table lay note addressed lu Thuw Whu 8h Find Our Iodies stating that ulJI were plnntd I3 WbH tluy Upiose to hi a u furfhl1JJk and were stat rvIu to death fIll only InfcrIlIlHloTUR to thE rouse of their hiliig ihri wr th words Ourseretdiis wltliti I linve alluded tu thlolt an pxpltma Non it wnR utiexphiiiatlnn tiiit hrlw- nw Into a far greater r rntClt rrl lty- thlll betiiie J cOflsI1tiIIi iaiV n nd- nhhl with 8 desire to kiit woo t oulcJ liaive been tbeolijeci ol this ret oterle Li T What a Doomed Man Did J3y SAWE MENDHAM Copyright 1AssoIation When Ben Wharton was seventeen it was neressury for tutu togo to work tc support a widowed mother and u youngpr sister He worked all day and usually most ot the night saving alt bitt mother and sister did nit need und ntesting it HIs umhtticlD WitS to lie umulate a competence jtud then enjoy world wlikb be consider d only en for those who hu plenty of money When be was twe1utytlve bis s 1isterhimself In possession ot 200000 and no one to provide for except hImself Then soiuthIng happened he nu deed a swplllug oh his ntck Ht eon suited a lhlcan who urter makingc an exatninatlon said tu him Do you wish me to tell you the truth certainly do Well then whnt you have on your neck Is either a tumr or u cancer It lies directly over the jugular vein If- ti is a cancer It will eat Into that vein and you will bleed to death If it Is a tumor It will so enrolllh upon the vein as to stop tbe how of blood and you will die trom that nose IWharton was a phfloOphlC man and philosophers usually have vlesvs ot their own He concluded tu spend his money In having a good time while he Lived But lie imist hue u companion to enjoy IL wit h hun The only letiOfl whose company be- enjo ed was a Miss Della Thorne She was poor und was getting to that ago where but few women marry Wbartur wont W see and wade youIIo shall have the other bait whln 1 wlikh the doctor tells me wlll be- in about a year And lIe lutormld- her of his condition Miss Thoru was a very self con tamed young woman Sbesut looking at Wharton after tht singular prupo- sltion for sump time without a word then said that she would take tIme mat iter under advisement and jn a day or itu let ehim know her 1eiSlOfl TiM satisfnetory to llln who went Wll and gave that Dortion Ot his tu nu further thought until he re1u dher reply Whih was this youIeu on me the day of our marriage 1onlIen could understand time last part this contmct but not the first Why should Della stipulate that totshould spend what he proposed spend But he was bent on lout his deslJnIhim no paIn and the shaIow of death that hung over him alone prevented his enjoyment IUs wife whenever IntluIshare ot tlll fortune rapidly melted Finally the year wasup and Ben bud lcnt ii alt IWhats to be done now Ben asked hIs WIfe You are still living and no worse pbyslrally than when we were m1rrled- 9 dont know said Ben Dopbt less have been kept up lJy haying my mind taken utl my aiIUct1on I think there Is a good deal In that said his wIfe It your share Of our trrtune has kept ynu alhc n Yeir perhaps my NIJre will kebp yciuaiiye another year We will continue our expenditures Ben looked at her astonished Be knew that she would much prefer to live a quiet life mind by this proposition she showed that she would rather hmive him fur snottier year than the in JeJleudencl guaranteed her at their tnurriige IIp doubteel hr sincerIty Tbniik you wry much for the re- mnhllng year he sail For a month the expeiidltures pro- cecded us before Ben every day ex JtlitJ that iils 3vife wculd cull for n reduction Not n comment escaped tr Then Ben said to tier flIu thought thIs was a business deal between us Soft was on your part Ben got up from where he as8IF ting went 10 her and put his arms nbouf hiI Prlsntl he said I think would like to Ue l isli you could Ii1ybethat doctor was wrong after all dont know anything about that l think IU try minotber lie did try unotlwr und another In deed he tried number hut they uU told tim the same smorv the first At idathe found u peciiJfit who re erred itll bodily trlluhhN to one cause lhis cnusl hUIpelwc1 to hit Whortons- nse The doctor sold that something- Wits dragging him down It he could bt relieved of that ometbing he wOUld have more strength tb throw ofT dIs- ease and he might be sufficiently stint ulated to throw Off time swelling In his neck Bens l 3CS were a hit crooked nm1 tIme doNor by an operation trmmightened them Time swelling dlli appeared l dont see any cdnneetlon sad Ben between the eyes and swelling In the neck nAnd Jbaent time to explain it tu you replied the doctor A thousand lilliaN please Public Salel In order to dissolve partnership we will uffer for sale at R H Edelens farm miles from Springfield on Springfield and Lebanon turnpike on SATURDAY OCT 81910PROMPTLY AT 1 OCLOCK P M AU of our Live Stock and Farming Implements as follows 16 good Brood and Work Mmres in foal 11 good Work Horse 1 4year0ld Driving Horse gentle for women 10 head of Work Mules 3 tg8 years old 11 twoyearold Filly 2 nlC yearling Fillies yearling Mules Suckllllg Mare Mule CQltIand 10 Heifers Implements l lERMSSums and 10 on a creditfof six percentMontgoirnerys Public Sale IOF Valuable Live Stock Grain arid Implements On the of from Sringfidld on the on Wednesday OCT 191910BEGINNING AT OCLOCK SHARP We wIn sell to the highest arid the following head 1100 Cows 2 rezistered and 3 subject to 16 register 2 to be soon yearling 2 yearling HeimTrr 2 suckling 4 year old brood and good work Red- Bird Mare In foal to Jack a good mare mule colt by her withI1 5yearold County Member Harness and hors 1 lyearold German Colt 1 Shorthorn Bull 1 Poll Angus Bull Calf 3 good Milk Cows 40 FirstCrass Sheep and 2 good 4 Brood Sows and 75 Stock Hogs 1000 Bushels of Corn 2 Wagons 2 Buckeye Cultivators One Buggy 1 Spring Wagon aJd Harness Farming of rU kinds of io under Cash Over months farm R W Clements 4 miles Bards town piker f 12j30 best bidder pound Steers fresh Steers Calves 1 side saddle Coach Horse Bucks I about 10yearsold Horse good worker 32yearold Mare Mules 1 5 eaT old good work mule 2 Sows and 1 Shoats l About 800 bushels ot Corn 3 Stacks Oats 2 16feet Log Chains 2 Riding Buckeye Cultivators 1 Single Shovel Plow 1 new Seed Fan 180 tooth Harrow 1 Wagon and bed 1 low Wagon 2 pair Stretchers 114 inch Riding Breaking Plow 1 Deering Mower l Buck board gearingHouseholdtoo numerous to mention FIVE SHARES OF PEOPLES DEPOSIT BAK STOCK TERMS20 and under Cash Over 20 six month time interest from SpringfieldbybiddingR W1Clements Son-s M CAMPBELL Auctioneer OoOOOOoruoOr e rooooooooooEverything FarI ITheSick Room I this dependable drug stQre Rubber goods of all kinds sprays douches anti stic dressing 0measuring glasses and a hundred Q others It wUl be well for you to remember this if needed for any of yourgI town right here where you o know voucan get what yoirso urge Itntly naed T Haydon Willett I I THE PRESCRIPTION STORE Ienoi oooociooooosooooosooso7c OOU o We Draw Attention 0 To our special offering of pets We urge you to Orderthat1I11I1I4examine the displa In a you may fully realize the high char o S acter ot the merChandise If we jiI S worthy Come and see how mistakjen you would be o Grundy Mclntire ooeooooooooe oo ooaoe onneoO RURAL 7ELEPHONES yourfamilyto get the latest market quotations at any time rhis can be accomplished by means ot our telephone service whichmyou and your nej hbors can get for a sum that IS small com pared with toe benefits received Can or address oUt near et office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Penn for information regarding our special FARMERS LINE rate If you arc not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi LoUisiana and the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Book on patents Hints to inventors Inventions needed Why some inventors fail Send rough sketch or model for search of Patent Office records Our Mr Oreeley was formerly Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such had full charge of the U S patent 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