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community isextende- dFOR c Hrm ME XE ORPHANSj 1 Victor Lee Clark Arranging to Es Jsfin Industrial Home 7 Childrenytr ArealA Yeptucky home a country home atwhich the orphan children r the State may spend a happy childhood hd receive industrious training whIch willeiaaable them to win theirwav irthe world isvthephilanthropic projPctwhich 4r will iot be put into effect through the efforts ota former Kentuckian Victor Lee arka veteran of the civil Together with three other big hearte men one of them a citizenof Louisville Mr Clark prpposes to buy a thousan d acre farm in Kentucky and devQte the entire tract to the orphans of the State a placew where they may have the aameadvat tages as the more fortunate and prosperous children of Kentucky AltbuUJth the dAtaili are not completed fitis stated that 150000 will be selecteiin some central portion of the State so that children from all orphanages may have access to it It is the purpose of Mr Clark to begin operations on a ama l l scale and not more than 100 childrenn will betaken at first but with the ma xiy improvements contemplated by the management it expected that it wiU be possible later on to accommodate as many as 500 children Mr Clarkst plan is to erect a home modern in ev ery respect where gardening aJtllcultIJ lire horticulture dairying carpentry needlework and mechanics may be i taught It to stated that when the home is in running order it will pay its own expenses All clildrdiTbtweeI- I n the ages of ten and eighteen years wi be given homes on the farm and a soon as they arrive at the age of eightI een positions will be obtained for themr During the first years or while the prot jest is- ral being worked out n agricultu r and horticultural pursuits will beAI the principal features of the tarm though it is proPosed by Mr Clark and illS three assocIates to bu a thousa acre farm they will be forced to 8kf for contributory funds for the erection of the buildings and inasmuch as the enterprise will be a means of goody to the entire state it is antIcipated tbat j these funds will be contributed Mr tCtaik who originated the ideal IS a na live Kentuckian but has lived for ma years in Texas and New Mexico whe- the IS interested in real estate and the running off a ranch on a large scale During his residence in the south acquired a fortune which he says proposes to use for the betterment r the condition of the orphan children of his native StateIThe Demon of the Air Is thegerof la grippe that breath m brings Buffering to thousands after effects are weakness nervousness lack of appetite energy and hItlon with disordered liver and nets The ireatest need then is Elec tric Bitters the splendid tonic blood purifies and regulator of Stomach Liv er and Kidneys Thousands have prov ed thaj th wonderfully strengthen theInerves bUild up the system and re3 health and good spirits after ail attack of the Grip If try them Onl QOc Perfect satisfactIon guars n to e by Hay don Robertson j f OUR DOUIBLEI TAXATION Our System of Taxation is Said By Experts to be the Worst in the United States ofIcominercial industrial and agriculture promulgats lotstl e addresses on thesubje t ever heard towdcloned that with a single exception Ken kys tax Jaws are the worst in the States 41J hate to say that and Id rather its not published said I4Ir timson for lim heart and soul- Kentuckian a and I blush to malts known our States shame Prior to making this declaration Mr Robinson had shown that the United States Supreme Court hadcondemned thefmusto se its existence to ignorance or inertia that Prof l3lillock of Harvard had held that it was responsible for debauchery of the conscience that the late Senator Carmack had denounced abominable that an Ohio cummissio d declared it punished tile honest aild rewarded the dishonest and that final it had been absolutely condemned b the Kentucky Tax Commission m If back in Revolutionary days th thirteen colonies had a reason for rate trig a row we certainly have one now said Mr Robinson He asserted that Kentuckys present system was alfndoned by Great Britian in 17y8and the Ohio system after whit the Kentucky system was directly fashioned was dropped m 1851 Mr Robinson declareti that the tw things needed area constitutIOnal amendment and nonpartisan tax tom mission He admitted that It wool accomplishd BURLEY TOBACCO SOCIETY a Passes Resolutions for Mass RedBard to Pooling 1910 Crop Tne District Board of the Burley To bocce society at Its meeting m Le tngton last Saturday at the earns solicitation of the independent growers ca passed a resolution recommending that thecoun1tiesinpurpose of inaugurating what is termed county or conditional pool to rile the demand of those tlideaand who have heretofore objected toSl signing dp their tobacco for the yeas that theyliontract contained noprovis ion guaranteeing ttat 75 per cent of bsbm 1meetmgcounties notably In Hourboll Count bhavemeeting proposed under this resolution which is as follows roserit c at county seat r unItyf tobacco and suggest that the ma city of the people at this mass meet Jtlawyerssignreed he understanding that this cQmmittee shall bring said pledges so signed to a Idheflr tiofe from each county be empowered after hearing the report from all the counties present either to deliver the pledges the Burley Jgbacco Society or to deatroytherrtIts of that part of the committee from poolidens As recommtJned by the foregoing meeting will be held at the Court Iiou 8P Springfield Ky at2 oclock p riextBaturday October 16th for the purpose of affording the people Washington County to take rich action u they or think prop er iinderthe circumstances 4 HARD WINTER NOW CERTAIN Ground Hogs Have Been Bus ing Winter Socks and Getting a Supply of New BedclotheS Mr Ground Hog may not know whe winter t3 over but he certainly judgmgfromexpects the mercury to hover scoop the zero point for a long time with free quest falls of snow Mr Amos Deck std who lives about six miles fro m n has been observing his hogshipco has been preparing his winter quarterS for two months on his farm Mr Deckard says he selected apJaca e where the sun would hit him ogasouth ern hill side aU the day long and where he would be P otecteii from north windsj He laid opt hi house withmathemati cal precision wuntyfive feet one way by thirty feet the other On tw sides he has two en notices each and on the other two vetside in cantle d lots and then he has carried In all t e wihehundred yardor more He is now about finished uilding and ready toteo fanold bachelor b t we take it that having buvroeNews M giARRY rehMiss IlIeo farra GregoryBecomes The of Mr shdfrPleasantRev W r Overstreet performing the ceremony Miss Ellen Farra Gregory Mr Edwin Dupuy Woodson were made man and wife The rustle church situated In the aristocratic old Pleasant Grove country had been decorated and beautified tor the occasIOn One of the most pleasing features ot the decorated n being a wedding bell of pat cal flower partiesIgowxn anstd a roses entered upon the arm of her brother Henry PTheGlanton Woodson The getanewere and Mary Merritt reon at t organ while Miss Frances Martin aang ForTUs is the beautiful daught r of hefr thyThree Convicted and Sentenced al Prisehn ers held as a result of the lynching of Carl Etherington reappeared hi court today and asked permission to chang pleas from not guilty to guilty dge Seward then sentenced them and they went to jail at once Those thrpe men and the sentences they drew are S Tine BUthler twentyone son uE a 11Ibattery fine aid 10 days in Jatl Charles Baker twentyfour rolored for rioting 200 fine and 30 days in jaIl LkeTwocommon pleas courts will convene Monday to begin trying the cases of the others heldborabe relied upon to take the place f canI 11found toofrid v 9imentaway the pain Sold by all druggist s TO IMP OYE THE ROAD A Very Simple Scheme That Cat- Be Operated in Every Corn munity With Good Results lfi pointsat where a bond issue ora heavy tax is thekndneverthelesS perfectly good roads hull t at very small expense The chief thing IS cooperation among the people of the mmunity There is no excuse for bud road in any village or farming secI lionnone whatever for the split Isthe poor mans friendand draI any people howeve poor however far from the day of macadam can makeI and enJoy good roads Let us take for example a stretch of bad road in the country Say it isI IIlivery bad in summer and next to impas e in winter These ten farmers decide that they are not going to put u th holes and ruts and washouts an and Clme together They agree will divide the road into ten ftions of one mile each and ever yI rmer is to take charge of a mile Ttey ect one of their number to act as foreman of an They fall tq work andI ild split log drags These cost prat nothing The office of pubJicj ads United States Departmentof AgIwill gladly furnish informaI lion as to the method ofsonstrucEto If possible will send an expert to ve preliminary instructionsjWhen the farmers have everything ady the foreman calls them out aft ea ch rain to drag their several section- This is repeated untIl within an ama z tingly short time that miserable old road liant been transformed into a aplend- ghway ld hi smooth welldraine wen aped ha thing of beauty and a joy without the expenditure of enough money for the farmErs to miSS it They receive incalculable benefit om the road and it serves as an son to the rest of their county tau inS others to ho and do likewise untll in the course of no great time the ro situation in the county has been revel lionized and the way pavedfor the day when permanent stop e roads will built Why not try it in Washington county wherever dirt roads prevail A SOLID METAL SARCOPHAGUS erhaps the M st Singular LoffinI riin Which a Human BurieddA workman engaged m casting metal nehebalance and fen into a caldron coming nl ta twelve tons of molten steel The metal was at white heat and theII man was utterly consumed in less tin an it takes to tell it The War Offi authorities held a conference and decided not to profane the dead by use n the metal in the manufacture of or- nance and the mass of metal was act- ly burled and a Church of Engle J clergyman read the tervices for the tleid over it There art other instances on rcord of men having alien into furnaces con ta ming metal at white heat One notaJ ble instance occurred at the Carob ris Iron Works near Johnstown in Etmn- sylvlnia some years before the disastrous a flood when a man fell into eething he furnace and was not missed offIfound on top of the cupola mute evidence of his horrible fate a f GraveI after sufferini nearly tour years from a verE lung trouble writes Mrs M Disc qt Clarksville Tenn Often the ain in my chest would be almost un bbutme feethke a new person Itsbest medicine made tor the throat andand s Obstinate coughs stubborn olds hay fever la grippe asthma hemorrhaReshoarseness TryiLGuarante by Hayden Robertsoq r j MOST VIRULENT OF POISONS known to the Medical Professio a Single Pound Would Destroy i 15000 People Although it has been stated that hyosclnrst heard off by most people In con 1ec lon with the Crippen case e other dayis the deadliest poison own to cience thIs is not quite tor rect It is trUe that nomore than half a gram is spfiicient to destroy lice so horrlblae substance would be capable of cans ing the deaths of more than 15000peo pIe But there aie other drugs that are even more deadly ltlthodQh luck fly they are never found outside thnlab oratory of the professional roxicol oglet Tetanine is one of these ItIS whatJ lentists can a microbic poison thmiproduct of the microbe of tetanls or woolsdoseofiIabout 5000 people a pound otetanme would kill over 15000 By actual ex= epriment it has been proven that rfifteen hundredth part of a grain o tetantne will kiUa horse 600000000 times its own weight It is probable that this is the dead lest pOison known although there art e several others that run it a fairly close second For example pure hydrocYani c chemistsna 2 pea cent solution is so exceedingly poisonous that the mere inhalation of its emanation 5 wilt cause instant death and in fad t tbsis Fl RIST liEfC TROCUTtOI Pasthe Death Penalty Dec 16 GrantedubeThe first man to ba legally elect roc ted in Kentucky will be in an probabi ity Shay Yeliman the negro who was sentenced to death on aturda Oct by a jurY for committing anP assault upon a 10yearold white r near Stanford Judge Walker set D 16 for the negros execution but hise attorneys have already served notice ot- an appeal so some delay may be e countered Penman was taken to Lex ington for safekeeping and the SomSl crest ompany of State Guards w hot thhave guarded him during the trial for home The jury was out four hours n the case one man holding out th long forta life seetence The jurymen who tried Pellman aU reside In the of Perryville Boylecou ty The speech ot Commonwealth A t tom y Hardin was said to have been one ofthe most masterful ever heard Lincoln caurtyoh ELDERce Promising and Beloved Young Man Dies Unexpectedly on friday September 30 Mr Hugh Elder son of Mr and Mrs M Elder one of our hest and brink t est nouns men died at his home Cane Run street Friday morning fro complication of diseases Only a few days before hE was mingling with his companions and seemed in his usual good spirits and the news is indeed a of shock to everyone byerepopular He was seventeen years old up noble Christian young man and at the time of his death was president of the Young Mens Bible Class of the on Baptist ITch of which Miss ora herL AdIservices at the church Sunday afternoon were a n large number WhiCh oJ Itself was an eloquent tribute to hici sterling worth upright character The tributes 9Y Rev her Moore under whose preach ing Hugh Mss converted and Rev Mr elo1quentmtermentlwas OURcOUNTRY4 IBADLY MiXED nDumping Ground ro AU Other Nations of Earth And j Then Some More we Americans do not boast so much these days about our AntloSaxoo race strain We are becoming the molt mixed people on the globe TheLcensus of 1900 showed a little oyer 000000 people in the United States of foreign birth not to mention some millions with one or other orr bobs ofJthiSyeDepartment of Commerce and LaborI its July bulletin shows the number ot rimmigrants coming to theUriited States for every year since 1820 when the government first began to gJltherlm nltionstatistleq The aggregate of the mmigratlon to this country aine arrivalsf fromllIreland Scotlaid and Wales About twice as many as many Ithans or 1 Unitedfbrews are next with 886539 followed m order by the Pole with 885347 Germany 703Z44 and Scandinavians with 538i794iThe English speaking immigrants folJOwsEngland land 134911 and Wales The Italians came 592471 and 1531638 from south ern Italy The mixed races that inhabit RussIa and eastern Europe sent Roamanionshuantans an aggregate oh 1524255 France ofall the greater burOpe11l countries has been most niggardly ia her donatiaruJ to our composite titz i ship sending to the last ten years but little over 100OOO Spain with 48912 and Greece with 81992 contributed to SoutherYtied to the northern an3 westeri4 states and most of this great bulk itetnbutedt the swollen popdlatioeag the pending census will ifiof the lar ities of the east andM Ide west ufar as people of English speakim races are concerned the comPlete BneaterYcom- pared WIth the rest ofthe CountrJ southestatesIThe total immigration to this country averageAthe was 12000 forr the cond 53000 the third 152 OOOfnrtb 304000 filth 2090Q9 sixth 496 seven 625000 fight 359000 ninthB86O The immigration the last left years was yearsaprior to the civil war or forty years off immigration The tide of immigration was highest in 1907 when it reached 1286349 Notv3ithstandtng the civil war during the four years of bloody strife over X840004 immigrants landed- our shores No such movement of human beings toward a common 8h nation is recorded in history J WHY IIESITATE An Offer That Involves Nfl Rid t tor ThoseWho AccePt ItlLI We are so positive our remedywi21 completely relieve constipation riimat ter how chronic it may fie that Y of fen to furnish it free otal1c tfit fails Constipation is caused bywektl the nerves and muscless of t e liege intestinesor descending coma To ex- Pect a cure you must theroefolf toIter and Ptrengthen those organs and restore them to healthier activity We want you to try Rexall Orderlies our guarantee They are eaten like lfQrIglands They ido not purge Or canir any inconvenience whatever Tne rwlll positively overcome chronic or hi bitual constipation and the myriads a4associate Qrde ndentchronicslit ti TanirtepV JI1 t j r r The SRringfield Sun HL SMITtf Editor and Publisher sPRINGFIE4D KENTUCKY Sing Men Uk never knows when to 4uit dying Rouge 15 nbw a NeWport fadThe beople who use it need it- Footbalrhas begUn and the doctors lire busy saving the pieces The facial expression of a man rwaltlng at the phone is nothie best 0 The man who really practices what e preaches does mighty little preach g t uprisingtareJrlght nqverued Around r A marrl d man informs us that one jwho tells his wife all he knows nt flaw much There are i00 rooms In Kaiser Ems pev palacer Hell have to keep a 1red 11we fearIcomingJtomerthefl yang machInes While a wooden leg may be the d result Pf an accident the hobble kart isa wpman own fault IAnd now since men hive proved emselves the best dishwashers the omen want them to retari the job It took Moissant three weeks to airshipFtillA young lady says It does no good hitch your wagon to a star fore darned star dont stop to let you et in t occurrencesSm A Chicago man defeated a woman wereJetterforhlsIylIQst Now that the alkan war cloud has begun hanging around again it Is airshipstoAnother naval hero A captain of a Warship has been seriously wounded whileiChicagoans will now be expected to carry around a microscope to see Whether their Ice cream contains more than 6000000 germs the new limit A New York policeman recently ate onlyhopeaot have an overhanging mustache When a mans wife has gone away toi the summer he ought to have the decency at least to look downhearted in the photograph which he sends to her If man had had as complete com wand over the seas as he has had over the forests they would all be bythisAil airship line is to be established between Baltimore and Washington Fht se two cities are so near together that the ground betwen them cad be gadded all the way Prizes have been offered for the best poems In Esperanto This ought to give the magazines a muchneeded rest and it ought also to cheer up the unappreciated poets It Is a harsh and hasty judgment to assume that every handsome young woman who is seen walking with crutches has been rashly iutimata with a hobbleskirted gown The woman who slashed nine persons when she saw her husband slip A quarter to a girl in church must have thought that p ocular act of charity cOveted an UPU al amount of son A New York court has deck ed tt permit a literary society to call itself the Souse club Occasionally a York court tosses aside technlcalltIeJ and legal verbiage and gets right down to business and common sense The Tnlted States forest rvlcels advertising for a xylotomist We ate quite certain what a xylotomist bul the man In the flat overhead plays something that sounds like It every- night IndlanaDow eats more beaus than- Massachusetts See what literature beetW learn from London that the silk Jaat Is dying out Occurs Its been an uncommon long time dying There aso more pathetic sight on earth than a silk topper do Itsla11 legs Somebody ought to put it out ot Its mIsery 11ayb its only one ot those hot veath er stories though In London when ever news Is dull they send out e hardened reporter tokill the Qluf fiat r4 4 IN ENGLANDS VALHALLA THC POfT CVRNER- NFt ot the saddest things In life perhaps Is the sight ot an O American tourist In West mInster abbey Unconvention al as he may be in a thousand things the American is the most conventional ot mortals In his attitude to ward the historic show places of Eu rope There is but one proper way to view a monument one proper opinion to express In regard to It This Is determined by tradlUon and In the case of the abbey the Washington Irving tradllton 1s the one that must be regarded A hundred years ago Irving established a residence within the wan of the old minster and pro ceeded to write some very charming albeit a little florid prose regarding its architecture and its memorials His expressed feeling toward It was one ot reverence and awe and melan choly of admiration and respect Now this was both correct and natural in Irvings time but that was before the day when visitors crowded the aisles like cattle at the herding when the walls were placarded with instructions and warnings oven as the motor busses that pass the door are placard ed with advertisements and before youthful vergers lined up the curious In companies and collected a sixpence apiece for personally conducting them through the royal chapels The atmosphere tOday indeed Is not conduc Ive to meditation and reverential ecstasy the abbey is as much a show place as the Albert Memorial or Earls Court and the sad sight referred to above Is that of the hurried bustling tourists of the twentieth century try Ing to adapt themselves to the tradl tional pose of reverence and awe cre ated by Irvingtrying and not suc ceeding Women in the Minister The sugestlon that Florence Night ingale be accorded the highest honor known to an Englishman that of burial in the abbey caused me to res urrec from the scrap pile an old to the building written In atone th t Irving himself would bjlve ape pr91ed I wanted to find what women have heretofore been granted this distinction or that ot a tablet or mon ument in this national place of sepul tuce and the reasons therefor I dig coverell that their name was legIon but that the honor given them except In two or three cases was for no special merit of their own Their bodies rested there or the monument was raised to them because they were the wives or daughters of this dignitary or that one taking the room for no more valid reason than that she was the spouse ot an estimable gentleman who was for a time organist of the church Twd exceptions there were indeedthe one Jenny Lind the Qth er Sarah Siddons But their tablets ere of small comparative size and value while to this or that lady of the court has be erected an hpposlng and colossal monum nt One all vis beIIi v W STif4 TARA6BE Y forms part of Its composition erected as It happens to the lady as well at the lord of the same name as the heroic Santa Flloment who has just passed away Was an Age of Stilted Periods The epitaphs quoted In the guide book have a distinctive flavor as if they were some special brand manu factured for the abbey TheFFld kings In the splendid old tombs need no In scription and have none but as thee architectural merit ot the tombs decreases so does the verbal decoration increase and with the monstrous sculpture ot the eighteenth century comes the florid and overwrQUght periods ot the epitaph writers You can almost tell the date of tiny tn iildual specimen by the literary styles His tory recordS I believe that the mol ala of the eighteenth century wore anything but above reproach in Eng land but It Westminster Is to be ta ken as the test that w san age ot he role saints and saintly heroes Yet that these quaint old hypocrites were not seltdecelvedls suggested by the closing sentence of one ot the epi taphs pt a priod following that of the most stilted specimen Reader It says If on perusing this tribute to a private individual thou should be disposed to suspect It as partial or ensure it as diffuse know that it Is not panegyric but history True Sentiment t Wanting Upon the monument ot Grace Scott wife ot Colonel Scott a member of the honorable houseot commons 184 are engraved these words He that will give my Graces but what is hers Must say that death has not Made only her dear Scott But virtue worth and Punning owers Indeed sweetnesSlvIold teemed by the ancient esFullertonthan ot fear fuller of consolation than of paIns fuller of honor than of daysoYet there are not wa tin g specimens ot true and ingenious sera tlment as that In the case of rs Mary Kendall whose Lady Catherine Jones frlendShlPJtor she desired that after death might not be divided and therefore ordered herself hero tc be Interred where she know that excel lent lady designed one day to refit religiousmarble cradle over the grave of the daughter of James L who died at the bySusan factthatwith the Keep Order and other signs When Abbey Becomes Impressive And moreover there are times when the abbey does regain some or the majesty and awe that the early writers ten ofot a late afternoon perhaps when the sightseeing mob has gone and the light has grown dim and a faint but impressive radiance falls from the big rose window In the south transept Then having climbed to the little gallery whereIn the ff- igies are displayednot to see those abominations but to gain therefrom charming and varied vistas of nave and pillar of arches so slender that they seem to sway and vaulting traced with delicate designshaving got al ovo the noise ot shuffling feet and the dotter of lIghthearted tourists you hear In the dimness and silence the impressive strains or the Largo from the fingers of a belated organist arid find a rare and approprIate bar mony In the music the light and the splrltot the place And you walk out reverentlythinking that the abbey fg after all still wtJrJh while t C I 1 f tIt t t TT7r ROUND ABOUT THE STATE H MOST IMPORTANT NEWSI GATHERED FROM ALL t Yjf Hottt t ti otta BIG CROWD AT FAIR Opening Day at Falmouth Was At tended by 5000 People Falmouth Between 4000 and 5000 persons attended the fair here The day was an ideal one and the man agement Is deserving of praise for the manner in which they handled the crowd JUdge John Lassing Democratic nominee for appellate judge his oppo nent Judge Tomlln and Arthur B Rouse Democratic nominee for con gress from the Sixth district Were among the attendants Others who came up from Coving ton were Mayor Craig City Auditor Sener State Senator Arnett exCity Auditor Gould Clifford Nadaud WW tIlls Charles Fischer Dr Adams George Wells president of the Er langer Fair association Gus LivelY Gus Staggenborg and otherS Many persons from Cynthiana rarts Bracken county and Grant county were also present In the freefor all pane Creseo own ed by W E Cliff ot Maysvllle Ky tool the first three heats In easy fash lon Lord Arlon owned and drIven by Charles Keith ot Covington won the road race handily Mrs Henry aged 7G mother of Miss Freda Henry was knocked about ac eidentally in the crowd in the floral hall and injured about the limbs Miss- Henry had her mother sent home In a conveyance where Dr McMlUan at tended her A BLACKBIRD YARN Birds Trapped on Small Cedar Tree Flew Away With the Sapling When It Was Cut Down Frankfort Deputy Sheriff Y111 Grit ham who lives at the Forks of Elks horn tells the best blackbird stOry ot the season He is thoroughly reliable and there is no doubt but that the story Is true in every particular Blackbirds have peen so numerous tnd greedy In the Forks ot Elkhorn neighborhood this fall that some of the young Ten among them Graham decided they Would try to catch enough for a blackbird supper and accordingly put n lot ot bird lime on the limbs of the cedar tree In a thicket back ot Grahams home fhe birds visited the thicket In large numbers and when Graham and his ussociates went to the thicket to rice It they had caught any birds they found that they were rewarded hY many lairds being caught So many hlack birds were trapped on a small cedar tree that it was decided to chop It off at the roots and carry it to the house Accordingly this plan was carried out and when the tree was cut Into the roots to the surprise and amazement or Graham and his asociates the birds fiew away with the tree and disappeared with the flock in the skIes NEGRO SENTENCED TO DEATH StanfordThc first man to be legally electrocuted In Kentucky will in all probability be Shay Penman thrno- nro who was given a death entence by a jury for ommittingan assault upon Nancy Rankin a tonyearold white girl- Judge Walker set December 16 forth negros execution but his dttor- leys have already served notice ot ari appeal so some delay may be encoun teed Pellman was taken to Lexington for safekeeping and the Somerset com pnny of state guards who have been here during the trial left for home The jury was out four hours on the case one man holding out that long for r liCe sentence MASONIC LODGE GETS PROPERTY FrankfortAfter deliberating for two days the jury trying the VeH Holt will case failed to agree and were dismissed Clark lodgE of Masons of Jefferson Ind will get property val Jed at 700000 under the terms of the- will The trial of the cane consumed the entire September term of the Franklin circuit court FIRE GlJTS WHISKY HOUSE wholealeCo entailing a loss estimated at 50OOO Although several firemen were on the roof when it dropped two floors but one of them was hurt and Ills Injuries are slight The cause or the fire Is unknown The same building was the scene or two other fires FARM BRINGS RECORD PRICE Horse CaveLee Pedigo has sold to D L Vaughn the farm kIi Wn as the Bill Martin Wilson place five miles from berefor 33000 The farm consIsts of 420 acres In excellent condition and Is one of the most desirable places in this community Fifteen years ago the land was bought by Frank Richardson for 11000 ands by him a few years later for 21 000 Two years ago It again hanged bandsor 30000 and the recent Sale ror3 Q90 Is the highest price ever- idgy1 fJL lay1r hi3 sectlon r f XINGTONRACE MEET OPENED TEN DAYS OF GREAT LIGHT HARNESS RACING Program Comprises 33 Races With 82OQ in Stakes and Purses Lexington =The 38th annual meet Ing of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders association opened Tuesday greatestlightand honorable history ot this world famous organization The program comprises 33 races carrying a distti button of the magnificent sure of 82 600 in stakes and purses and among the 547 elIglbles for these races aTe all of the seasons stars The grounds never looked prettier and the track is In its Very best condition As Sec rectary Horace Wilson says bad weather alone can prevent the most brilliant period of racing that has ever been known Horses and horsemen from Columbus and other points arrIved early and by Monday night the majority of the trotters and pacers that will make theracing of the next two weeks were gbthe grounds The order of the program is as foF lowsTuesday Oct 4The Tennessee for pacers 3025 Kentucky Futurity for three year old trotters 21000 208 pace 100- 0WednesdayOct 5The 215 trot lOOO the Futurity for twoyear01d trotters 5000211 pace 1000 205- trot 1200- Thursday Oct GThe Futurity for tQreeYearold pacers 2000 The TransYlvania 212 trotters 5025 219 trot 1000 Friday Oct iThe Johnston 224 trotters 20 f209 trot 1000 202 pace 1203 Saturday Oct 8The Wilson 220 pacers 2025213 trot 1000 218 pace 1000 Monday Oct lOThe 220 trot 1000 Champion StallIon Stakes for threeyearold trotters 100001 206 race 1000 Tue c1ay Oct 11Cham ion Stallion Stakestfor threeyearold pacers 3 Hall Farm cup 302 5 212 pace 1010 the McDowell 20 trotters 3125 211 trot 1000 Wednesday Oct 12The 217 trotJOOO The West 229 trotters 2025 209 pace 1000 Thursday Oct 13The Lexington for twoyearold trotters 2000 2Q7 trot SlOOO 25 pace 1000 Friday Oct t4The Stow 219 trot ters 2025 The Kentucky for three year ol trotters 2000 x15 pace 1000i The Kentucky Futurity for three ITransylvaniaStakes which greatest interest of horsemen and students of trotting is centered The Kentucky Futurity Is the greatest and richest trotting colt stakes in the world and the race mcst coveted by all breeders and owners GOVERNOR NAMES DELEGATES FranktortGo WUlson has named the following delegates to the Southern Conservation convention sot At lanta October 7 and 8 J B Atkin SOn Earllngton C U lr ElroYJBtw ling Green C C Mengel Louisville ThurstonBallardAppalachian Good Roads association KnoxvilleOctAber 5 and 6 G N McGrew BayiSu L L Dorsey An chorage H M Froman Ghent Fred R Blackburn Stanton T J l3igstaff HarttorqWHanna Shelbyvllle Additional dele gates to the Southern Com me rc iql congress at Atlanta Logan C Murray C C Mengel and George C Nor ton of Louisville CASE BEFORE COURTOF APPEALS NewportMiss Cent Maud Nance who attracted considerable attention In the Newport circuit court last spring when she appeared In court and pleaded her own case against the Patterson Building Co will have the diStinction ot being the first woman to argue a case before the Kentucky court of appeals MISS Nance return od from Frankfort where she went before the upper tribunal and was granted permission to argue the sane case when It comes up for hearing in about two weeks The care went against her in thlower court It reo hates to a house she ordered construct eta nhichsthe claims was not bunt according to contract- DONATES A STATUE OF CLAY I4r1nkforlLuther Kountze ot New- Sotk haS written GOo Willson offer tD1io give a handsome statue of Hen ry Clay made by the famous sculptor Hiram Powers to the state of Ken lucky The governor accepted the offer and when the statue arrives it wilt be placed In the new capitol WILL RESUME OPERATIONS Trustee Named for LilyJeliico Coal Co Mines LondonThe first meeting of the creditors ot the LUJell1co Coal Co bankrupt was held before Judge J N Saunders In the once of Attorney Sam C Hardin here and Col R M Jackson of this city was elected trustee The liabilities ot the companynmount to 35000 while itS assets are 51 000 The companys mines at Lily will begin operations at once under direr tion of the trustee WullYGfl Soap Jis more soothing thaa Cold V Cream more healing thaw any lotion liniment or salve more beautifying than any cosmeti CwrtS tIM4InJft aM steps hair kiss fVieili PIMPLESccy tried all kinds of blood remewo 1havepimplesandb1ackhead8After continuing the use of them and recommending them to my friends Ifeel fiDe tohaveFred C Wi ten 76EIm St Newark NJ Pleasant Palatable Potst Taste Good WeakenorGrIpelocIse tablet stamped C C C Guarsatud te- ClUe or your mosey back IX GEMCO COliafSjm For sale by your local dealer If you want free sample of the hair pad to convince yon write us and mention your dealers name tel IIA1MIISIACI el- Makers for the trade GEMCO HARNESS Theklnd thaW guaranteed ClKluU Ysh e the natn to m4- yotl tl ed a rr for COUCHf and COL 1t Loves CrIme George was a manly fellow yet surprising as It may seem he was gufltr- ot a grave charge a criminal offense theft for had he not many times stolen kisses from his fair sweet heart Maude one ot the most lovable ofxgirls was equallY guilty as an acres sort she received the stolen property Each seemed to haven perfect confi dente in the other however and whe r sentence was pronounced by a proper ly qualified official they decIded tc serve their time togetherIThey remained loyal to the end neither making anY effort to have their sentence abrogated or shortrred but during the course of their long term together several small ottenserwere directly chargeable to th If W B in Puck b FAIRLY WARWED The Slugg rAn see here ok dont wanter be gain around braggint dat it was mewot soaked you see The Weeds Return Confound these electlon bets any way grumbled Harker Lose heavily inquired his frIend No I won ten boxes of cigars and they were so rank I sold the whole lot to the corner tobacconist for a dollar Well you made a dollar anyway Yes but that is not the worst or it My wife saw the boxes In the window marked IfA Bargain 2andbought the whole lot to give me as a birthday present The Smack of the Snack Pst r Toastles uid Teas Awholeome ready t cooked food which youngsters and older- folksthoroughly t enjoy Let them havt all they want It is rich in flour lshment and has a wineI Ding flavour t The Memory Lingers POSTUM cEhEAL co urnyBattle Creek Mich i I r xr r No Mistake 411ev All- c I By GERALD PRIME Copyright by Associated Literary Press Three months after she had promised to marry Dick Hathaway Molly shegadthan that time it was made clear to Dick Hathaway that It would be a1niin1on his part to marry Molly AbernathyAnd was not at all because Molly had become less attractive or uprightfeHowalmost uninterrupted companionship of considerably longer thanthepe sioa ot their engagement each was II frilling as ever to bear testimony to the superlatively good qualities ot theother and would have been highly indignant over any suggestion to the contrary Molly still regarded Dick as the dearest fellow In the orldand Dick had no desire to ro eali his estimate ot Molly as the sweetest girl on the footstooL Nothing whatever had occurred to con Y1ct either of these thoroughly con tsetentious young persons ot incon etancy but The but In the case ot Molly 4rnatby b was a young man ot singularly unattractive personal equipment and a name that offered no recompense for his lack ot good looks Ua life burden H Earington Hop er was serious enough but It would tial1rexPandedClearly there was no fault to be found With the victim otsuch a baptismal combination because he had contract ed into decent euphoniousness In point ot fact there was no fault h HopJjps young main I ever out 4 HomdWill Walk With You- shingleihi as a Ihr and he had scarcely captured his first client be tore practlcaly all ot the very nice girls In town were interested in hhn The speed with which he became a social favorite in Eureka was phe iromenal He was so genial so ally e to the expectations ot others so un failing in his efforts to establish a frank understanding with everybody that he won recognition immediately d as an A No 1 fellow among the men ndthe women Ignoring his plainness ot face and awkwardness of figure and movement the Eureka young women ot all ages had become greatly interested in the sayings and even moro esp o dally in the doings of H Earlingto Hopper And that of course in 4 eluded Molly Abernathy who for wasiedtotDickBy a most amarlng coincidence otDickwoman named Helen Ware had come to town to visit her uncle the rector tof S1 Jarlaths Before she had been at the rectory a fortnight all the young men in the parish and a host of those who were outside of it woke tip too the fact that she was an unusually attractive young person and Dick was one of the young men- the of parish He did not precisely derstand hocy It was but whenever ho stood in the presence of Helen Vare lie found himself wlshlngwell +he found himself wishing i Both Dick and Molly were mem There of the mixed choIr at St Jar laths Dick sang tenor when he dId mot forget and relapse into baritone ecellentx an indifferent reader That was why itwas necessary for HEarlln oir chomaster al mobility to coach Molly prlv tely whenever an alto solo was t be aung Hopper believed that he had Moliyssolos were frequent at Sf Jarlaths About that time the organist ecumbed uc to the InfirmItIes of old ago sand hiss Ware consented to substl Mute tonporarily She did not pre seise to bo mistress of the noble in somesone would come to her assistance sit beside her on the bench at rehearsals pun stops and turn music she would do her very best Every man In the choir volunteered In the same breath It actually frightened Molly Abernathy to discover how little it disturbed her to have Dick named as the preferred one For more than two years Dick had walked home with Molly alter chot practice but the time came when neither of them felt aggrieved over the wUl1ngness ot the other to aban don the habit The interruption came about so naturally Miss Ware was responsible for the deed One evening after an unusual tug at a refractory anthem which persisted In going wrong after every effort had been made to induce it to do otherwise the organist requested the tenor to remain for a few minutes alter rehearsal in order to perfect himself in hiS part Instead ot waiting until Dick should prove himself either the victor or van quashed Molly was possessed of a and den whim to start off alone only to be intercepted at the door ot the parish houseby the choirmaster who had returned in search ot a paper he had mislaid If you wlll give me one minute Miss Abernathy he said r will walk home with youprovided ot course you will permit me Without pausing to receive her consent he disappeared into the building reappearing In rather less than the specified time with the recovered pa- Per I notified Hathaway ot my inten tion he laughed as they moved otto It wasnt attll necessary she re Glared emphatically He didnt hear me I couldnt at tract his attentlon Was he singing She knew he wasnt but she wanted to hear the answerHe hadnt begun He was seated on the bench his back toward me and Miss Ware was talking earnestlyglv tag 4Probably ot indifference that seemed genuine to him lawyer though he was After Dick had swung over the bat fling two measures orao at least a dozen times and had at last attained perfection Miss Ware dismissed him with a parting Injunction not to forget that he was a tenor And hope I havent offended Miss Abernathy by deprIving her of your companyor you either she added without looking at him No need to worry on my account DIck assured her As for Miss Aber nathyj1 suppose Mr r availed himself ot thee opportunity to see her home safely He seems t be greatly taken withwith her voice she said Wouldnt It be jolly If those two Dick began and then hesitated Noit wouldnt she returned so promptly and so decidedly that he wondered at It Before he could ask her why not she had bidden him a hasty goodnight and passed within Next evening when Dick put In his customary appearance at the AbE nathy house he was told by the mala who admitted him that Molly had gone over to the rectory He was both ashamed and reUevedhumlU ated by his treachery toward the girl who had promised him what he asks and relieved to find that the dreaded confession might still be postponed It so happened that Dick was spare the pain of that confession An attalr that came to a culmination on the very next nIghtan episode that stirred the social fabric of its foundatlon brought Dick secureiMolly together again this time In the belief their only had been to doubt even for a single moment the gentleness of their at tachment This final state of affairs was made possible by the elopement and marriage of H Earllngt Hopper and Helen Ware They had been lovers long before coming to Eureka but the young womans friends ha not taken kindly to the man of her c vice She however knew her own ml d and was convinced that she was making no mistake t Why the Tiger Has Stripes ItlsJ1ot a mere ot chance that the tigers coat is marked with its beautiful strIpes of black and yellow mid that the lion is of a uniform sandy hue The former lives In the grassy jun gles of Asia where the glint blades of grass as many feet longas they are inches in thIs country and thou light and shade of the forest are admirably matched by the skin of the animal In apptoacbILions the big cats of AfrIca on the other hand are for the most part dwellers In the wilderness and roam the outskirts of the desert in search ot load Their color In these surround fags Is equally protective These are countless examples of this protective coloration among animals Sometimes as in the cases just cited the effect Is to enable them the more easily to obtain their food But it also acts in another way ny ntrord lag concealment to weak and timid missAmerican creatures from their carnivorous enb Boy BUNK IS SATISFACTORY FOR FEEDING PURPOSES Nebraska Stock Raiser Used One for Twelve Years With Excellent ResultSStands Strain of Big Stehrs The FinIshed Bunk With this description appear some drawings ot a feed bunk which Mr J C Price of Nebraska has used for 2years with very satisfactory results He thinks It fill stand the strain of big steers any other This bunk hass only four legs and for that End VIew reason will set level anywhere this feature being of especial importance ini the winter when the ground Is frozen A bunk made in accordance with this sketch requires less lumber than any other style says Homestead Make the bed proper of yellow pine 2x8stock usIng good straight 2x8 FOR WOOL MUITONIHow to Develop Good Flock for Double PurposeBlueGrass Makes Best Permanent Pasture By F G HUGHES To develop a good flock of breeding sheep for wool and mutton I would begin wIth the ewes that are half wold and halt Merino and mate them with a buck that Is a full blooded ShropshireIn cross you get a grade of sheep that is hard to beat for both wool and mutton By this method I once got it twin lamb that sheared when a little more than a year old 16 pounds of good wool and when a year and a half old the carcass weighed 160 pounds I cross my sheep back and forth as my judgment tells me le best If the sheep are setting too wrinkly and the wool too short I get either a Cots wold Oxford or Shropshire buck and If the fleece Is getting too hairy and light in weight I breed back to the Merinos In caring for the flock I prefer green pasture for thema9 many months In the year as possible Blue grass makes the best perma sent pasture Dwarf essex rape can be sown as soon asqthe ground will work in the spring d If sown alone five or six pounds of seed wlll bo required per acre Six or eight weeks after sowing It will be ready for pasture which will last until freezing time A smaller amount of rape can be isdremoved have an excellent fall pas notdalone Pumpkins are good feed for the Strange as it may seem to say so there is no best breed of cows chick ens or anything else It is true that some breeds are better than others but when It comes to deciding among the few best ones much must be left tO Individual preferencfj and vary Ing circumstances and con 1iUons When It comes to making n selection it pays pest to choose the breed most prevalent in your vIcinity vided it is one of the best standard- breeds This wlll enable you to sell your products to better ads ntage and ship to better advantages Ifyour community Is mown far an wIde as miking a specialty of any certain breed buyers will como after them nd pay you a hotter price it they t jorthe sides letting them come fl1tsf andmakeends to fit in For ordinary cattle a bottom made ot four 2x8 will usually be wide enough but for horned cattle or big steers five pieces should be used making it forty inches on the inside To make the legs cut them the length wanted out ot good rough 4x4 nan them lightly to the trough afterwards bolt them then put the pieces ot 2x4 one on each side of legs up tight against the bottom of bunk being careful to have the legs straIght Then put on the lower pair of 2x4 crosspieces about five Inches from the ground Next comes the bracing which Is made of 2x4 and put in like the drawing Put In the short braces first that Is the braces between the legs then put a piece of 2x8 one foot long on top ot the lower crosspieces for the long brace to rest op taking care to have themtight Dust Baths It lice get too bad the hens wlll wal low in anything loose from soot tq manure but they never elect either on the first ballot In the fall of the year When winter comes and the pastures do not furnIsh enough fed to keep them beginfeedingclover hay and sometimes threshed oats or sheep oats I believe ten sheep will eat as much as one cow and I atm to teed accordingly I prefer to have lambs come in Feb ruary and although it may require pare weatherwhenfor they go through the winter better latelambs Corn GraIn for Horses Corn grain when ground into mew is by far too concentrated to feed alone to horses It lacks fiber anQ ash to insure good dIgestion There fore when the cob can be finely ground It Is an advantage for the rea sons named Certainly ground corn Is better for horses than whole corn as a saver off feed for themi The horse cannot masticate the corn fine enough so that the digestion gets all the nutrients put ot It and much of It will pass through the alimentary canal undigested yet whole corn when fed alone is a safer feed than ground corn The better way to feel corn Ia to grind it with oats two parts oats to one of corn or grind the corn and mix coarse wheat bran with it equally Scarcity Qf Timber Wood isbecomtngsc rcer and dearer every year J population in creases we shall be obliged to use moro acreage In Its sustentation The trees wlll be planted again on the wa tersheds and dams wlll be built to hold surplus water for use In times ot drought as Is done in older coun tries Your rivers then wlll be more servIceable sun mer and less dan gerous tn the spring time FINE SPECIMEN QF HOLSTEIN au get enough to ship In earlots So it yOU are a practical man this will decide your choice rather than any fancied superiority ot breeds The virtues of the different breeds wayWhilesteins give more ot It One breed eats less and another makes more thepointsyour own needs and best judgment The lllustraUon shows a Holstelr bull which won first prize at a recer Illinois state fair lIe Is Ii good specimen of the breed large and vigorous with the black and white wen dlstrib- utedHe IS an excellent breeder and Is good enough to head most any herd +oJi I M I Coitfures j t I =C onTuRES which show the turban and Greek styles combined are the most popular Hat brims grow wider rind the pretty turban coiffure fails to supply the requisite amount of hair tp fill In the wide flaring brIms The turban coiffure with the addition ot puffs or curls is a little chignon at the back solves the problem of a coiffureThe little fringe ot wavy hair or loose curls about the face barbed by a full braid wrapped about the heads make up the quaint style which Is ideal for the possessor of a pretty face or well shaped head It is in tact almost always becoming It Is only when one aspires to picture hats or long turbans that its falls short Sometimes the addition ot a cluster ot curls is all that is needed A new cpltture which Is ot recent design vs hair parted In tho WAIST TO MATCH THE SKIRT Pretty Yet Simple Style That Has Some Touches of Novelty to Recommend It This Is a pretty simple style suit able to be made iIi the same material as the skirt it washing material is used the pointed straps In front may be ot broderieAnglaise for silk crepe do Chine or thin woolens lace insertion Yfuld be used The Claudine col lar ann of plaited muslin edged w1th lice the fulness at waist Is gathered into a band to whIch also the skirt mIght be attached MaterIals required 1r4 yard 42 Inches wIde P44 Yard trimming Black and White Eton Among the new eton suits sent out by the Paris dressmakers may be noted creamcolored moire suits with square black sailor collars of mous soline do solo and also black satin suits with white cloth sailor collars finished with a double TOW ot gilt but tons down the front of the short jacketI In black and white fabric comblna- tlons white silk with a black velvet tttripe has been seen Powder Puff Hatpin The powder puff with which mUadl takes off the shlnO has been hidden In many places Hut the latest is to have It in the at pin The head ot the pin opens llle a locket and withIn is the tnlest ot powder puffs The inside of thOu head that closes ove this hs Q tiny mirror The outside is the Jeweled or painted head ot the pIn that In all respects Is Iilie many other piss with no suggestion of the secret beauttfifr rmiddle rolled back at the sides into full soft roll and the ends Wd fa at con rat the crown ot the head This coiffure Is finished with five short curlil pinned In at the top ot the coil and falling to the sides and toward the front where they are pinned with invisible pins to place manyprettyspangles or rhinestones Little Junes roses made of ribbon and finiske with mlllinery rose foliage is among the smartest and most fascinating oil these decorations The fashion od wearing a velvet band across the tolX of the head finished with a little rosette at each side which Was lDI vogue a halt century ago is with WI again The modern girl wears hen rosette less primly set and wherever o tfbefSIMPLE G04D MANNER RULE Dp as thRootEtiquette If ou are puzzled about aquestion- of iet 4uetteruad have not time to con experiencedfriend donebyfor colorsTheIs often applied to some slmPlemindet thusguidslmp1 ethe truest good breeding is shown by care for the feeltngs ot asthoughtfbeneath her in social positionn as she would be for royalty though she would fashionlove it behooves every one to be roy Thebrusquewltkinsincerityshe has thrown away her scepter sail lost her croWn J The Dainty Neckbow t04Gwithwholes Never has It been seen in greatsr and more charming variety r Narrowfiat bows of point desprlt ththIngMost of the bows of varIous mate vials are flat There is an apparent llkingamong wen dressed women for haited silk bow edged With Persian t For morning there are rj littlefrills and jabots Qf black net and point Idesprit I Among the fancy tad bits are little clusters ot silk roses with Alain corded silk for stems The Irish and clung bows are apopular as ever particularly when these laces are used as edging orr trimming on bits of fine muslin Ornamental Sailor Collars istakenusually substantial adjunct ot dressb tendered in the most frivolous mate rlals Hence we see 3t TashiQhedFin gauze with tassels to weight it at the silverlacening wraps M well as on the daytime toilette The tailors are naturally M use of the design mid ate applying it to their serge coats and even suits they are making Smart too is a coat of purple molls Vith a sailor collar held down at the corners ben t1 canrtered by a moirecovered button The dress wora with the coat wu madeof the same materials and had a coipl- ot deep flounceF ofurIJ ace abort t the hear of the r rp l ftiti Ht = iT THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER41i 1910 i PLANTERS LOOSE LEAF WAREHOUSE L SPRINGFIELD KY li t TANDY QUISENBERRY E co Proprietors F DAILY AUCTION SATES WELL LIGHTED SALES FLOOR t I solicit a part or all of your patronage and will guarantee that your interests will be carefully looked after Warehouse Near the Depot TANDY QUISENBERRY Manage J WALTER McLAUGHLINS HANDMADE 5 CENT CIGARS MYRA1 AN SONIATRY THEM AND SEE FOR SALE AT ALL CIGAR STANDSir I V8INGEIE1D SUN j IHUED EVERY WEDNESDAY IUBscRIPTION ONE DOLLAR i In Advance N I SMITH liter aid publisher stored at the potoffice at Springfield for transmission the- aatl S u secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Oae Tear LOCI 1IKJoath 60 1IIO t 25 IEMOCAATIC TICKET FoR CoNGRESS r HON BEN JOHNSON Ttt NEW NATIONALISM Heree The iatest greatest cure aU that you ever aw or smelt Itis sold and manufactured by old Dr r RooieveltIIt will turn the nation inside out and alsooutside In And cleanse it of original and other kinds of sin It willutterlY destroy each fundamental v Institution And relievethe irritation of a useless Constitution It will nullify the Ball of Rights elim Jlat the Court And remove the worst ex essences from Con wss down td warts It contains the weUknown remedies in Dr Bryansitame On the discovery of which still rests Karl Marxs fame The same that Dr Debs prescribed when sometimes candidate And one time peddled far and wIde by Bloody Bridles Watts Thote Sociahetic syrups that are war ranted to keep In any kind of climate and to make the patient sleep And recommended by the Pope in their once sacred cause To anaesthetize the Judges and t9I paralyze the laws Then into these decoctions there IS poured with iron handoS Some strong imperial essence of the Kaiser Wilhelm brand And next bromidian platitudes are dropped into the mass Which IS highly carbonated then with conservation gas Mesnwhile is added righteousness un til its very thIck Then its brought up to the boiling point and stirred with the nig StIck And when its done he bottles it and furiously shakes it Then throws the patient on the floor and chokes hIm till he takes it Women farmers Almost a million women inthe Unit States are either farmers or farm laborers Thanks to the popularity of the homestead m the west and to a belated appreciation of agriculture as- field for womans industry this numbci- is l rapidly increasing The United States however has not gone so far m this re west as England ThEre m the dairy sections women have entire control o f the herds not only the buttermakinJt but the milking and feeding In France aearty 3000000 women are engaged ii counfr Q edaofcattle are mainly the result of rOman efforts Chamberlains Cough Remedy has be come famous for its cures oar coughs colds croup and influenza it whe- in need It contains no harmful sub t nd always ive prompt relief Sold by all druggists Induction of Rev T1 Wade RevTJ Wade who has been appointed pastor of the Methodist church hereby the LouIsville conference for the current year arrIved from Mon tana1last week and was most cordially receIved He preached his initial ser mon Sunday morning to a large andlap preciative audience Bro Wade IS a tin speaker possessing a clear deliv- rye and on Sunday morning and even ng drew the earnest attention of his audiences He has mde a very favorable impression upOn all who heard him and there is no doubt his cotgre ation rill findhima zealous and efficient worker in hIS ministerial capacity Mrs Wade arrived here Saturday evening The Sun extends a hearty welcome to Mr and Mrs Wade OBITUARYO Mr Andrew Jackson Whitehouse 86 age died at the home of his Ydaughter Mrs H B Young near Gra vet Switch Monday morning Oct 8 1910 at 530 oclock of infirmities suet dental to old age The funeral services were conducted by Rev Short at Hays rills on Tuesday morning and interIment was in the cemetery there Deceased was aman of most equable temPerament always standing fairly and faithfu1ly for the right as he sat He was once married his wIfe hay Trig been MISS Luc nda Harp she hay ng preceded him to the grave three years ago To this uniOn ten htldren were born six boys and two girls sur- ives and a number of grand and great grandchildren Mr Whitehouse was the father of Mrs W M Young of this place A Postal Suggestion not reduce the postal charge on ul1lllldout having to come over the railroads There is a substantial basis tor adtff- erential rate m the case of the carrying of local merchandIse It would be a great accommodation to the people living along the rural routes to be able to order from town and have the deli very made at once It would also bean advantage to the local merchants In addition to this it would largelY increase the revenues It would not be surprising if a low merchandise rate on the rural delivery would YIeld a very considerable return and nobody can justly complain Whatever may be saId for or against the reduction of the general rate on merchandise surely ho argument can be made against a reduc tion where there are no railroad chars es but simply the cost ot carrying from the office and depositing to parties along the roadEx t DONTBE BALD Nearly Anyone May Secure a Splendid Growth of Hair We lave a remedy that has a record for growing hear al curing baldness in 93 out of every 100 cases where used for a reasonable length of tIme ThatI statementitedis and we mean it to be and no one should doubt it until they have put our claims to the test aWe are so certain Rexall 93 Hair Tonic will cure danc1tv prevent bald ness stimulate the scalp anlfhair roots stop taU hair and grow new hair that we persohal1y give our guarantee tq re fund every penny paid us font in ev Cry Instance where It does not give en tire satisfac ion to he user r1Rexatl 9f HaIr Tonic IS asoleasont to use as clear spring WatEr It is de- lightfitlly perfumed and does not grease or gum the hart Two sizes 60cand 1001 WIth our guarantee back of it you certainly take no rIsk Sold only atour storeThe Rexall Store The Conrho Sun and CourierJournal litThe fprinttleld lift i11ii Mr Tsar 0rG1 T1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY IFirst1classlcelDBa on Block up stairs I LOcal News Notes Regular services in the Methodist church Sunday morning atllOOoclock evening at700 oclock Sunday school at 1000 oclock Born to the wife of Hart Shehan ct na boy- Excavation is now in progress on the lot recently purchased ass site for the new bank building Dont forget the Musical Burlesque next Wednesday night Oct 19 Bring me yout butter eggs ad produce J A Shades See our NtW IIATS friday and Saturday Dandy Hats for the money Mrs Williams This is Columbus Day a legal holt day and the first to be observed in the State the last legislature having Crea ted it- FSTRAYA Brindle heifer weight about 350 pounds strayed on my place about Sept 20 Owner can have aims by paying charges S P Derringer Rev G S King who recently purchased the William EllIott property the County ijudl School moved to purchase this week We welcome him to our town Elizabeth wn News 11andThe Duncan Clark e Co in theIr Mi cal Burlesque at the Qpera House next Wednesday night pct 19 Alva Perkins sold his farm of 184 acres near Fenwick to Albert Masters for 3000 Geo Isham of near Mack vine sold his farm of 170 acres to Chas Shewmaker for 1i250 Both sales were made by McElroy Wharton CARD OF THANKSI desire to thank the Magistrates and County Judge B LLitsey for theIr support to retain me as poor house keeper of this county I hope to return the kindness when an opportunity presents itself J C PILE STRAYEDFrommvplace on Sun day Oct 2d a spotted sow weighing about 290 lbs Due to farrow in a short time Arty mfornftion leading to her recovery will be liberally rewarded W F MORAN Fort SALEAt the Court house door in Sprmgheld on October 24at 2 oclock p m I will sell 1 share or Cap Ital stock in the Central Bank ot WIllis burg Ky Will sell on credIt of 6 or 12 months as suits the purchaser Note bearing 6 ner cent interest payable in Peoples Deplslt Bank ot Springfield will be required For further informa tion call at the Sun office Mound City paints may cost a little more but Mr Leo Haydon For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB uEO G GOWDY Prop We have a number of farms for sale toIbaccofarms See us for city property in BardstownCORVILLE ARNOLD IBardstown IThe Ladies of the Presbyterian church serve an Oyster Supper Nov 5 from 4 to 10 p m at the Court Iouse Everybody invited iBesure and get your reserved seats for the Musical Burlesque next Wed desday night Oct 19 Girls More Girls Pretty Girls Renew your subscription to the Cog MOPOLITAN MAGAZINES the standard muazlne of thee age Sam J Allen SunIRegular services will be held next Sunday in the Baptist church morning and evening the pastor Rev W H Williams officiating The morning topI- C will be the Sword of Goliath The evening tOpiC will be The Mount of CrucifixIon 1D F Eblen who has been setting the boIler for the Lake redryer for the W T Pyne Mill and Supply Co of of Louisville finished the work to day and will leave for Louisyille tomorrow on the noon train Mrs Thos H Hays of Louisville has annougced the engagement of her daughter Miss Sarah Antoinette Hays to Mr Robt T Bohannon the wedding tQ take place In December Mr Bo- ishaunon manager of the Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co and since corn tug here to live has made many friends who wish him God speed Two large sales of live stock and farming implements were held last week Luther A Burns holding his sale on Thursday and Edelen Montgomery their dissolution sale on Saturday A large crowd was in attendance at each sale and the prices realized for the are tidies disposed of were thoroughly satisfactory Farm for Sale Containing sbuut 100 acres 45 acres in grass sor 10 in timber never fail tug water frame dwelling good barn 1 mile from railroad convenient to school church etc For further information call onIDr E L McINTYRE WOODLAwN KENTUCKY Notice Hennessy Baker having dissolved partnership have placed in myhatnds for collectIOn aU accounts for seasons to their Horses and Jacks and to the Jack Stonewall All persons indebted toE them will please come to see me at once and settle or I shall have to take legal steps to collect the unpaid ac ounts MARSHALL DUNCAN ESSOCIIICKEN CHARCOAL Keep Sickness Out of Your Poultry Yard The bet way to keep ticUe out of your poBkry yard ie to keep EMo Chkkea Charcoal whets your birds w iet it whesevet tltey want it Ell Chicken Charcoal is eeceary fer the Ledhof your pointy foWwillear 9w yew w sad there N cyeti ca feed vest lairds far aaythisetliile ai lew eeet a fckkliea cl al that will keep tken r peel ceMitiM J or Sale ByIi LEO HAYDON Winter IslET Your DoorAnd should be considering the best and most economIcal way of heating the house this winter With the price of Coal soaring higher each day It is important that you select the stave that will give the most heat with the least fuel We handle the 1i Radiant Home and Moore s Air TightTboth perfect in construction and ornaments tp any louse WE slag handle other makes in all styles and sizes Call and see our line get our prices Shultz CIefrer A Timely Suggestion Sec what castings You need for that old stove and Nave them ordered before cold weather SEE US IF YOU WANT SALE BILL SPRINTED PRICES RIGhT rF1u1G E1lm GC1GIIlIIbi1iIU irZDi r r wi This I I NN N NN NNNNNNNNNNNNNN MNNNNNN MN NNNN NN I Its a Good One t 1Isamplesgat this office and you sill do the same tpnjg Study thiII offer and see what a value in hood reading Wa are off ng i= yoUILIt is good until Nov 1st and is as follows r WE OFFER YOU IHom lerForoneBUncle Remises Home Magazine a Southern Magazine i one full year price too Ii Good Housekeeping for Home and Housewife l or one full year t IThe Daily Evening pncef rIJ5o For full three I 2S = i III The Springfield Sun iFor one full year pncept 100 II i Total price for all five puersiS2S I= 00II I Did you ever see another offer to equal it Not and you will find many an hours reading this winter forless money than you will ever get again pont delay as this offer is limited to a short time SEND CHECK PAPER MONEY OR MONEY ORDER AT ONC10 THE SUN Springf eldKyI iflT W tfW 1111I11f1 r11 1 1 t J 0c 1tI E SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNED OCTOBERr2s1toi jJ+ +++ tfW + + + + New iLFaIiT eTity 1 5 dt w i + fI I 1111 VALLEY i Our section has experienced the most x thorough drenching in its history during the t AU of the has been housed in this seetion with the poib1e exception t ofa small quantity of late tobacco week weather permitting wIll xmark a decides advance of farm i betngt cut at 3 some wheat and rye has sown Broi sale on the 6tb inst was and everyt ing6ffered- WM I at an exceptional pike The farm WB sold to S P Derringer of SPringfieldat 5050 per acre This is one of the best in this section and considering the price Of land cwasa bargain for MrDrnnKer Mr Edwards of the ofW E Brown for an ded v itHe rePorts the financial con dltion ot his town as being criti al due wholly to the persistent y pooling of tobacco has fhe tied up for the past two Your correspondent purchased a of beef J Sr last for futUre delivery withheld Mr and Ma M Reecispent Thursday night with Mrs S Eo Piles Mrs Ti ltentertained a num ber of b rfrtf toa SPepddaY- a Lb fb f HZT T- Are now bein received by us daily and each day wefitare opening for your + spection one the most fitGoodsTrimmings Novelties and Notions we have ever shown ail We now showing an extra snappy line Mens and Boys Suits Over coats Shoes Hats Shirts and Ties Dont fail to our stock Ladies Suits and Coats before buying We will be delighted to show y- ouL1TT4- x iTheROBERTSObAYBROOKE CO Ii + fML ++ it M ++ +++ + ILL put week tobacco Thus work Corn raPid rate while been Mudd well attended sold small farm Horse Cave iS8t home exten home Which kept money years bunch cattle from Moran week Price Tat + in of are of + and see of fit tiT it it party Thursday Mrs Palmer Uoatlev Mrs J E Fer and Miss Imo ene Goatley spent Wednesday with Mrs J D Shehan Despite the inclement weather oni Thursday several from this place attended the stock sale of L A Burns near SpnngfieldIMrs J E Ferguson who has been visiting relatives at tbis place during the summer will leave next week for Charlotte N Cwhere she will loin her husband who is a prosperousconstrue lion agent tnthat city The infant child of Mr and Mrs N M Weekley is seriously ill at this writ ingI Jas Moran Jr purchased two cows from Brown Tatum Friday for 57 J F Head of near Springfield is making molasses m this section He an experienced hand and shontd have good results here While drIving a critter last Friday the horse ridden by Jeff Goatley stum bled and fell crushing Jeffs left leg badly He is able to walk now nd will suffer no permanent injury Our village is awakexing from the silent slumber of the last decade and is assuming the aspect of a business cen ter T J Phillips our local depot mana ger is constructing a grocery and dry goods store house and will embark in the business at an early date We wIsh 1 Washington County Tobacco Warehgiise Co- Incorporated KENTUCKYrv InsLoose Leaf Sales Daily r t NO CHARGE FOR REJECTIONS ilty of Shelter for wiCs end Teems FREE I BEST LOCATION =HIGHEsT PHIC SBEST FACILITIES Its the OLD HOUSE on the Railroad OWNED by the FARMERS and OPERATED for the FARMERS 4 8I1 sV t+ MMM liJ 11 FUHRMAN CO1 i s 1Bloomfield Ky y i iDslr to coil your attentlen tt their linee of i t ReadytoWear suits 1Wecan fit the smallest Lady as we1Jry near the larg est one This is anew department wiffi1i5 this season and W rea41re our = willconvince you our claims are not exagerated Every other line of goods in our house is as goodas moneY can buy Not haVing any partners or rent to pay Jt7t we take an exceedingly modest profit on our goods Z FUtWlIHRMA1NCOt t J i f MHH + ventureIhim success m Ms new J ONealand family were recently called to the bedside of their daugt ter rsS J Montgomery of croa sI station who is suffering from a serio sdl attack of typhOId fever SIhisfrom Friday until Mondayi Jas and Louis Head spent Sunday with their uncle W F Moran at Elm Hill Mr M Reed was called to SDrin field Sunday by the illness of his sister rslJ Amanda Goatley W E Brown sold 3 nice heifers to to Jas Moran Jr Monday J E Goatley sold 3 shoats to Rufus Goodlett last week at lOc per lb Our section was vIsited by a band of fakirs in the person of several Hunga- Tian gypsies and a few of the most up to date crap shots so the cube art IIIquietRye by fortunefelling and Sleight ofhand trickery duped most everybody at Valley Hill and brought Moores yule along with them The Call of the BloodS pimplesboilstOOk moth patches and blotches on the skinkall signs of liver trouble But s New Life Pills make rich red blood give a clear skin rosy cheeks fine complexion health Try them 25c at Havdon RObertsonsb CARDWLLL to Mrs Daniel Willson end Mrs Daniel Kinsey or Springfield visited A Perkins at Battle Saturday and Sunday and attended the box supper at CornshF yule Saturday night Harvey Sweeney ourchool teacher IS moving along nicely with his school itWe think him one of thebest teachers we ever had- Perkms Moore sold 200 bushels of apples and pears at Harrodsbuig Satur day and 100 bushels at Salvisa same dayMrs T Sarah E Lay who has a cancer is very poorly at this writing Her Sf r G A Lay is expected home every d y Ifrom Lakb Charles La Mrs Andrew Divans is not expected tot live long She is suffering from that dreaded disease tuberculosis E T Perkins and J YMoore weretin Jefferson county last weak they bought 400 bushels of apples ani pears and wish to state to the people of- MackvilJe and vicinity that Saturday the 15th mst those who have spoken for fruit will please be there W L Graham boughtt of A M Ta turn 1 sorrel horse for 125 healso sold a bunch of 10Th cattle for 4 ets rBorn to th wife of Pierce Royalty Sept 20th fine boy This makes eight boys foie them A toale that iavi orates both of sad yoiaad For weak aervosa- Ilea ad woea Every bt- ue partee 6e It TODAY DRnOAGS HAYDON ROBERTSON v V STALIARD I SPRINGFIELD K HONE72J Pain ITEET I AbOver justas All Work ad tlr8t1cll188 O O OSO 4 O OOOD tt Q Personal Notesa Vititors In and Out of TownA 0 IRound Up of the Weeks a Personal Newsit Oo00 00QQr4 QOQO 1t1ERShe has so many matchless charms Time fails me to recite them Had I a pen of shorthand speed themShes IAnd graceIneven the most spiteful Her mental facultIes are keen Shes wonderfully Witty Shes something more than a fair doll prettyYetI cannot but disclose itIShe is the fairest other sex But oh good Lord she knows 1t Somerville Jour al Mr and Mrs Tom Spalding and children of Bardstown spent Sunday with Ben Ha don and family- Ed Kelley of Louisville is the guest of relatives here MiSS Bess Settles of Maud sent Saturday with riendsliere 7 Mr and Mrs WIll Campbell ot Cleveland 0are visiting relatives here d Charles Greene spent several last week m Bardstown v R H Edelen Jr of Louisville vti1 IMiss Isa Colvin and Chris Herttein spent in Fairfield Miss Eva Flogher has returned to her home at Fairfield after a visit to Laura Shehan Miss Margaret Edelen has returned her home at 13irmtnghm Ala after spending the summer with her aunt MiSs Carrie Edelen George M Able of Bardstown was here Saturday on business Mtss Minnie Blandford will leave the last of the week for a visit to herc Mrs Peck in Louisville b Ray Goodm ofLebanon spent sunIfJ ay here =Misses Hallie Hu ton and KatheI rive Wakefield of Maud were in town Thursday Edmont Layne of Danville spent here Robert Bohannon spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Louis 1Joe V ycotf of Mackvllle was in d3Y Miss Alma VanAradale of liaritfsis visiting relatives hereIMiss Ruby Thurman hRS returned her home in Bradsfordville after a visit to Miss Catherine Nelson Mrs George Bodine has returned home after a visit to relatives in Hustonville Mrs Jack Thompson has returned to her home at Knob Creek after a vie to relatives here Miss Gertrude Shader spent the first of the week m Louisville on busi lessJThomas and Mrs J Elliott of Lebanon were m tQw n Tuesday Mrs Hettie Graham is the guest of relatives here MIss Laura Baker spent Monday Ba stownMrs Riddle and littledaugh eriGeneva were visitors in town lastI Mr and Mrs Oscar Brown returned home after a visit to relatives here Mrs Frank Peters and Miss Jenni Redding spent Saturday in Lebanon Miss Alice McElroy has return d home after a visit to relatives in Hat rodsburg Misses Sue Ray and LeI Roberts spent Sunday at Valley Hill Mrs George Tucker and daughter LoutQ C Pace and Bob Bland of Lebanon spent Sunday here Mr and Mrs W H Williams have retur home after their wedding trip W D Claybrooke Is m Louisville this week attendinli a meeting of the board o f directors or the NatIonal Citizens Life Insurance Company rIBowling Alley IFor Sale or Rentr F I I AS our other business re Quires all our attention we have decided tb sell or rent our bowling alleys The I alleys are tn first class conk ditiun and is a money make ng busines- sLeachman I Campbells I Furniture Store 1 J Mrs Joe Claybrooke and little daughter Bardstown are the guests relatives in i Mrs J F Bishop spent a few days list week in Louisville rMrs W T Leachman and Mrsl Joseph Polin visited In Lebanon yesterday Messrs Walter Leachman and Phil McfJhord spent TiiesdY m Lebann Jim C McElroy spent Wedn day in Bardstown on business Mrs Joe Pettus and children are siting relatives in Nashville TennI 14reJ F Smith wh has been hIS sons In Colorado for the past two weeks returned home Tuesday Mrs Kate Williams arid daughter Miss Mabel are in LouisVllle E H Downey is attending the HOrSe Show in Louisville thIs week G D Duncan spent last Thursday in Louisville Mesdames T J Graves and China M Tumey left Tuesday morning for Indianapolis Ind to visit Charles M Tumey and family While gone they will visit Mr and Mrs Robt humley Bloomingdale Ind They wilt likely gone two weeks Mrs Chumley is sister of both of them o CELLS ANA TISSUES M1rfIFIt 11111 NCNSTIICTIIUHII FM TIE ILMI Ml Rf YIS GUARANTEED To sivE sAns fACTION OR MONEY REFUNDED SOLD BY 11 ROBERTSON IHAYDON Fresh Every Day IIHof Rolls- Light Bread BradIof Fancy Cakes calling us any morn IBy ateleven oclock = 2ti = PLEASANi GROVE Mrs J S Yankeys uncle Mr Fm ney of Arkansas has been visiting the rl for several days Miss Har Vanarsdale entertained a number or her friends Saturday even ing in honor ofMiss Alma Vaaaradale- of Harrodsburg Mr and Mrs Clarence VaJNLrsdale of HarrodstJurg spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs S C Vanarsdale y IF E Montgomery and Miss Mary Bruce of Perryville were at the home of Ur and Mrs Hopperlast peek JiI Montgomery returned Sunday Mina Bruce will remain and has taken a music class for the winter Messrs James Williemsand Terhune of Harrodsbu and Walter Jeifriel of Springfield spent several days with- Ed and Chas LitseyaMr and Mrs J R Litiy and sea spent uncJay with Judlte L f Mrs LIM Gregory entertained tile GregoryWoodson bridal rtyatlun eon Tuesday J F Gregory and Mrs Carlisle tiel- land were in Louisville Friday and Sat urday Mr and Mrs W A Thompson an son are visiting Garland Thompson at Evansville lad i Those from out of the neigkborhhod who attended the wedding feast at J O Polins last Wednesday were Mr and Mrs Will Leachman YrPeb Edelen and family Ray EdeUm n4 familY Mr and Mrs John McAllister w g Vandyke Tom Medleyal ddawO ter and Messrs Al MUdd and Marshall Duncan The house and table were beautifully decorated and all present- did ample justice to the elaborate din net The shower given for MiSe Gregory at Mrs Mrritts Oct 5thwas well attended and many useful and hand some gifts were received An excellent lunch wag served at 430 te m Worse Than BIets Bullets have often caused less suffer ing to soldiers than the eczema LoW Harriman of Burlington Me got is the army at1ds ffercd withtortyyenJ S But Bucklens Arnica Salve me when all else failedVhewrites Gte est healer for sores ulcers boils bursa cuts wounds bruises and piles 25c at Havdon RobertSons r TELEPHONE 69 And your order Yillbe promptly attended to and delivered KATI HERTLEIN O j When down town try ORe of Our GRAPE JUKES I 4 tx t SVNOPI3- wreace Bls3celey lawyer goe to tsburg with the forged notes In the aronsoD case to take the ltion ot the chief wltaesi for the proseution Gilmore a mtlUonaire In the tatters kOUH lawyer Is attracted by the plc titre ora girl whom Gilmore explains Is his granddatightar Alison West He says her father Is a rascal and a friend ot the forger Stiding in line to buybyullman ticket Blakeley Is reque a lady to buy tier one He gives her low eleven and retains lower ten He finds a Jnan In a drunken stupor 1a lower ten Bel retires in lower nine x CHAPTER III Across the Alsle No solution offering itself I went- back to my berth The snorer across kid apparently strangled or turned ever and so after a time I dropped ullpt be awakened by the morn ling sunlIght across my face I felt for my watch yawning pro rllgloualy I reached under the pillow and failed to fad It but something scratched the back ot my hand I sat up irritably and nursed the wound WhIch was bleedIng aUttle Still 4rowsy T felt more cautiously for wkat I supposed had been my scarf but there was nothing thereipWide awake now I reached for my traveling bag on the chance that 3lad put Amy watBh in there I had drawn the satchel to me and had my 7aaad on the lock before I realized that it was not my own Mine wu Qt allIgator hIde I had killed the beast In FlorIda after the expenditure of enough money to havQ bought a house and enough energy to days built one The bag I held in my hand was a black one sealskin I think The staggering thought of what the Ions of my bag meant to me put my finger on the bell and kept It there until the porter came Did you rIng IlrT he asked pok lug hishead through the curtains ob se9uiouslyrMCKnIBht obJects that mobody can poke his head throught 1acurtain and be obsequious But Pull map Porter can and do uNo I snapped It rang ltselt mat in thunder do you mean by ex changing my valise for this one Youll hake to find It If you wakthn the entire car to do It There are Imp 0- 1uJt pipers is that grip Porter called a femlnlnf voice tram an upper berth nearby Porter am I to dangle here aU day Let her dangle I said savagely You find that bag ot mine The pOrter frowned Lhen he looked atme wIth injUred dignIty I brought In your overcoat sir You carrIed your own valise The fellow was right In an excess toreUnqulshnmay other traps to the porter It waS clear enough then r was simply a Victim of the usual sleeping car rQlr- tbery I was in a lather of per a lion by that time The lady down the car was still dangling and talking about oltsUll nearer a feminine voice was giving quick ord3 8Jn French presumably to a maid The porter Was on his k es lookIng under the berthNot there st he said dusting his knees He wak visibly more cheerful having been absolved of responslb1l- ltJ Reckon It was taken whIle you was wanderin around tile car last night iru glvo you 50 If you fled it said A hundred Iiach uP my shoes and Ill 1 stopped abruptly My eyes were flxed in stupefied amazement on a coat that hung from a hook at the toot of my berth nom the coat they traveled dazed to the soft bosomed shirt beside it and from there to the collar and cravat In the net hammock across the windows A hundred the porter repeated Showing his teeth BUt I caught him by the arm and pointed to the foot tl the berth Whatwhat colors that coat 1 asked unsteadily Gray sir His tone was one of gentle reproof fJ Andthe trousers He reached over and held up one creased leg Gray too he grinned irayI ctuld not believe evnn his ortoboration of my own eyes But porterryastaips and brought up a pair of shoes jour shoes sir he said with a Reckon youve been dream ing sir- Now there are two things I always avoid in my dresspossibly an idle syncracy of my bachelor existence 4Jfhese tabooed articles are red neck qes and tan shoes And not only were the shoes the porter left d from the flpot ot a gorgeous shad of yellow the scarf which was un through tho turned over collar was a gaudy red It took x full minute for the real import of things to pelaetrate my- dated intelligence Then I gave u vindictive kick at the offending ensemble TheYre not mme any o them snarled They are some other tel 19w Ill sit here until I take root- laeIore lftt them on 1 7he ilb 1OWfv RQBERT RIME siCovYRTheyre nIce lookin clothes the porter put In eying the red tie wIth appreciation Alnt would have left you anything Call the conductor I said shortly Then a possIble explanation oc curred to me Oh porterwhats the number of this berth Seven sIr If you caint wear those shoes Seven In my relief I almost shouted it Why then Its simple enough Im in the wrong berth thats all My berth is nine Only belongsLikely in nine sIr The darky was enjoying himself You and the other gentleman just got mixed in the clearthatcoursethatnumber sevens berth that was his coathIsat myself The porter went to the next berth insinuatIng upThere num ber nine I guessed that he had lookingInNumber nines empty he said Empty Do you mean my clothes 11lIseYou dean give me time he retort Butitsgreaterrtorup In a white fury and put on the clothes that had been left met Then still raging I sat on the edge of the berth and put on the obnoxious tan shoes The porter called to his du ties made lIttle excursions back to me to offer assistance and to chuckle at my discomfiture He stood by out wardly decorous but wIth little IrrI tating grins of amusement around hIs mouth when I finally emerged with the red tIe In my hand Bet the owner of those clothes did not become them any more than you dohe said as he plied the ubiquitous whisk broom- When I get the owner of these clothes I retorted grimly he will need a shroud Wheres the con ductor The conductor was coming he as sured mE also tl1at there was no bag answering the description of mine on thecar I slammed my way to the dressing room washed choked my fifteen and a halt neck Into a fifteen collar and was back again In less than five minutes The car as yell as its occupants was gradually taking on a daylight appearance I hobbled In for one of the shoes was abomin ably tight and found myself facing a Young woman In blue wIth an miter getable face Three women already McKnight says Thats going some even if you dont count The Gilmore nurse Shia stood halfturned toward me one hand idly drooping the other steadying her as she gazed out instantsomewhere under different circum stances more cheerful ones I thought for the girls dejection now was evident Beside her sitting down a small dark woman considerably older was talkIng in a rapid undertone The girl nodded indifferently now and then r fancIed although I was not sure that my appearance brought a startled look Into the young womans face t sat down and hands thrust deep into the other mans pocKets stared ruefully at the other nans shoes The stage was set In a moment the curtain was going up on the first act of the play And for a whIle we would all say our little speeches and sing our little songs and I the vII lain would hold center stage while the gallery hIssed The porter was standipg beside lower ten He had reached In and was knocking valiantly B thls efforts met with no response ne winked at me over his shoulder then he unfast ened the curtalns1and bent forward Behind hIm I saw him stiffen heard his muttered exclamation saw the bluish pallor that spread over his face and neck As he retreated a step the Interior of lower ten lay open to the day The man In It was on his back the early morning sun strIking full on his upturned face But the light did not disturb hIm A small staIn of red dyed the front of his night clothes and trailed across the sheet his halo open eyes were fixed without seeing on the shinIng wood above I grasped the porters shaking shoul ders and stared down to where the train Imparted to the body a grisly suggestion of motion Good Lord I gasped the mans been murdered a CHAPTER IV Numbers Seven and Nine Afterward when I tried to recall our discovery of the body in lower ten I found that my most vivid Impression was not that made by the revelation of the opened curtain I had an instantaneous picture of a slender blue gowned girl who seemed to sense my words rather than hear them of two small hands that clutched desperately at the seat beside them The girl in the aisle stood bent toward us per plexity and alarm fighting In her face With twitching hands the porter at tempted to draw the curtains together Then In a paralysis of shock he collapsed on the edge ormy berth and sat there swaying In my excitement I shook him For heavens sake keep your nerve man I said bruskly Youll have every woman In the car In hys terics And if you do youll wIsh you could change places with the man In there He rolled his eyes A man near who had been read Ing last nights paper dropped It quidkly and tiptoed toward us He peered between the partly open cur tains closed them quietly and went back ostentatiously solemn to his seat The very crackle with which he opened his paper added to the bursting curoslty of the car For the pas sengers knew that SOmethli g was amIss I was conscious of a sudden tension With the curtains closed the por ter was more himself hd wiped his Ups with a handkerchief and stood iflcCt s my last trip In this car he re marked heavIly Theres something wrong with that berth Last trIp the woman in It took an overdose of some sleeping stuff and we found her jes like that dead And it nint moron three months now sInce there was twIns born In that very spot No sir it aint natural At wltllI The Mans Been Murdered prominent eyes and a spare grayiele goatee creaked up the aisle and paused beside me Porter sIck he Inquired taking in portershorrorstruck meat and the slightly gaping curtaIns of lower ten He reached for the darkys pulse and pulled out an old fashioned gold watch Hm Only fifty Whats the mat ter Had a chock he asked shrewdly porterWevedoctor I wish you would look at the man in the berth across lower ten Im afraid its too late but Im not experienced in such matters Together we opened the curtains and the doctor bending down gave a comprehensIve glance that took In the rolling head the relaxed jaw the ugly stain on the sheet The examination needed only a moment Death was written In the clear white of the nose trill the colorless Ups the smoothing away of the sinister lines of the dignitythegray hair was still plentiful the feat ures strong and well cut The doctor straightened himself and turned to me Dead for some time he snldrunning a professional finger over the staIns These are dry and darkened you see and rigor mortis Is well established A friend of yours repUedNeverThen you dont know If he Is tray cling alone No he was notthat is I drntknow anythIng about him I correct ed myself It was my first blunder the doctor glanced up at me Quickly and then turned his attention again is the body Like a flash thero had come to me the vl ion of the woman with the bronze hair and the tragIc fans whom t had surprised In the vesU bule between the cars somewhere in the small hours of the morning I hall acted on my first impulsethe masculine one of shielding a woman The doctor had unfastened the coat ot the striped pajamas and exposed the dead mans chest On the left side was a small punctured wound of Insignificant size Very neatly done the doctor sail with appreciation Gouldnt have done it better myself Itight through the Intercostal spice nb 4Ime even to grunt Isnt the heart around there somewhere I asked The medIcal man turned toward me and smiled austerely Thats where it belongs just under that pltncture when It isnt gadding around In a mans throat or his boots I had a new respect for the doctor for anyone indeed who could crack even a feeble joke under such circumstances or who could run an Im sonal finger over that wound and those stains Odd howl healthy nor mal man holds the medIcal profession In half contemptuous regard until he gets sick or an emergency like this arises and then turns meekly to the man who knows the Ins and outs of his mortal tenement takes his pills or his patronage ties to him liKe a rudderless ship In a ale Suicide Is it doctor I asked He stood erect after drawing tM bed clothing over the face and tar themslowlyNo It is not suicide he nnnouncelf decisively It is murder Of course I had expected than but the word Itself brought a shiver I was just a bit dizzy Curious faces through the car were turned toward us and I could hear the porter behind me breathing audibly A stout woman In negligee came down the aisle and Querulously confronted the porter She wore a pink dressln jacket and carried portions of her clothing Porter she begnnin the voice nl the lady who had dangled IsthtTt a rule of this company that will nit low a Voman to occupy the dressing room for one hour andcurl her halt wIth an alcohol lamp while respecQ able people hayent a place where they cal hook their She donned suddenly and stared in to lower ten Her shining pink cheeks grew pasty her jaw fell I remember trying to think of something to say and of saying nothing at all Then she had buried her eyes In the non descript garments that hung from her arm and tottered back the way she had come Slowly a little knot of meD gathered around us silent for the most part The doctor was making a search of the berth when the conductor elbowed his way through followed by the inquisitive man who had evidently summoned him had lost sight for a time of tne girl In blpe Do it himself the conductor queried after a businesslike Blanco at the body No ho dint the doctor asserted Therc no weapon here and the window Is closed Ho couldnt have thrown It out and he didnt swalloa- it What on tartl are you r04klI1 for man TO BS CONTINUZDJ TYPIST EOF ROYAL BLOOD Third Lady of England Proves Her Interest In the WrIting Machine to Be Real London Even the daughters or royalty do not scorn knowledge of useful occupations Often we read ot pretty and youthful princesses who have begun the study of some art perhaps along domestic lines cookery or sewing or have finIshed a course In nursIng or can show a certificate testifying to their ability in some business line The daughtersJof the late King Christian namely the Queen mother of England the Dowager Empress of Russia and the Duchess of Cumberland were taught to make all their own clothes and furthermore to trim theIr hats The Empress of Germany holds that a knowledge pf children kitchen and church Is to be preferred before all other accomplishments The latest tudent ot royal blood In the business world Is the 13yearold daughter of King George Princess Victoria Alexandra This little lady the only daughter In a family of sIx became much interested in the type writers in daily use where she resid ed There re two lady typists attached to the secretarial staff ot Marl borough house which has been the Kings residence and finally the young princess declared her enthusiasm and asked one of them to give her the necessary Instruction that she might operate a typewriter She has learned tQ use the machine at a fair rats of OLD HAND MILL FOUND Quern as This implement Is Called First Used In AmerIca by the Indians Reading PaEver since the Israelite gathered manna ground It In mills or beat It In mortars or since the time the Hebrews grew corn and the Romans pounded the wheat they- grew we have had in history the upper and nether millstones In primi tive times the method of grinding and pounding cereals was aU done by querns The housewives of Scotland who had too far ton go to the little water mills ground their oats and corn by hand with tilose little stone mills known as uerns and which were from one foot tb one and one halt feet In diameter In American history the quern was the first mill that the Indians used to grind their Indian corn The photos of the quern shown in thIs article are those of the only Indian mill still tn existence In Pennsylvania and they were picked up on a cemetery lot In cemeteryat Lobachsville Pa in the wQuern Ready for Work Oley valley where the Indians had a number of their villages Noone seemed to recognize the his toric value of the little stones thou sands viewIng them with the simple remark Queer stones passing on and never thinking about them any more Some time ago n number of historians happened to hunt old In scrlpUons on tombstones several celt turfs old in this cemetery when they acct entally camQ across the curious quern Lifting the same apart they recognized this primitive Indian mill The quern Is now in the rooms of the Berks County Historical sOciety here where It is one of the most Important historical relics on exhibition The quern lain two parts and weIghs seventyfive pounds The lower stone Is hollowed out to a depth or about four Inches In which the upper or grinder part of the quern fits Through tho center of the winder a round hplo Isdrllled and through thIs opqnlng the operator of the quern dropped the corn feding the lamas eachsldebfin which a handle made either of wood stone or Iron fitted and by pushing the hail Iles In a half circle the grinding operation waS completed DONT NEGLEC YOUR KIDNEY Little Iddne7troubles gradrill grow more serious and paT the war to dropey ell abates and fatat- lBrights disease Begin usingDoaas Kidney Pills at the firsts Sea ttrouble Tkey cur aU kldne1111 Yrs J R Hayes Ansmosa Iowa says I lJUtrere4 such awful paIn I could not lie down Iwu perfectly helpless for six months My ankles were so badly swollen I could not wear my shoes Soon after using Deans Kidney Pllis Iwas able twalk without crutches I graduaily m proved until I ceased to bloatand the kidneys became normaL Remember the nameDona For sale by nil dealers 60 cults rn tosterMilburn Co Bufflilo N Y Points to Good Future Seven poor children tour girlie and three boys aU about ten years eld went to a nearby eeashore retort 1charge of two women for days out ing The funds for the picnic were provided by two boys who sell papers and who live in one of the twat Jlouaes from which the excursion partywu recruited One ot the women iicharge of the children said that that boYs had arranged the outing of their own accord and the remarkable tk111 Is this They are not good boys by any means and one or them fa probe ably the naughtiest by Ja the neigk borhood But we think that whenboys io little things like this they willcoma out all rightNew York Tribune SomethIng About Chinaware Every woman is proud of her china and wants tp keep it looking new anal perfect So often she will use the wrong kind of soap on It and inJure It in appearancemake It look worn and cheap Easy Task Soapth6h- ardwhlte pure laundry doap1i the only kind to use on china Not only does it clean china quickly and safely but lii antiseptic qualities sterilize the chIna In these daY8i ot germcaused diseases this Is an Important point AWFUL n ts t6ar uBlanchePoor Grace t She outmar rled herself raudeIndeed BlancheYes She marrl d a duke you know and didnt hate enough moil v to pay his bills No Help Needed A little miss of five years who haC been allowed to stay up for teve ring party was told about 83atoloto bed Very very slowly she moved toward the stair An aunt seeing her reluctant asked Helen can I do anything to hell you so replied Helen I will there altogether too soon as It is Ahd sensible men consider it to much trouble to look for trouble A FOOD DRINK Which Brings Dally Enjoyment A lady doctor writes Though busy hourly with my own affairs I will not deny myself thespleasure of taking a few minutes to tell ot my enjoyment dally obtained rom my morning cup of PostumJ It Is a food beverage not a poison like coffee I began to use postum eIght years ago not because I wanted to but be- cuso coffee which I dearly loved made my nIghts long weary periods to- be dreaded and unfitting me fOr business durIng the day On the advice of a frIend I first tried Postwn making It carefnlfy as directed on the package As I had always used cream and no sugar I mixed my Postum so It looked good was dear and fragrant and it was a pleasure to see the cream color it as my Kentucky friend always wantedd her coffee to looklike a new saddle Then I tasted itpritlcally for I has tried many substitutes for coffee J was pleased yes satisfied with my Postum In taste and effect and am yet being nconstan ser of pit aU those years I continually assure my friends and acquaintances that thev will like it4in place of coffee and receIve beneilt from Its use I have wined weight can sleep sound and am not nervous Theres a Reason Read The Road to Wellvillehi pkp Ever read the above letter A neW one appears from time to time Theyy are genuIne true and full Qf iusan Interest Ever yea4 eke above lettert AJeae aear front totl Ae Tejj are graaiaeirYfi and fnltqf it arW- tatercat1 5 k 1J oIIq oiI n r r4I Zt e r i ILUUkS KENTUCKY i I GLEANINGS I WHAT IS GOING ON INDIFFERENT SECTIONS OF IlCOMPROMISED CASE White Pasengers Forced to Ride With Negroes Get Damages Fran fortTen dollars to each woman and five dollars to each man Were paid tin dainages by the ChesS peake Ohio Railroad Co to their white Passengers Who were forced to ride rom Bagdad to this cIty in a coach wIth negroes while returning r from the Shelby county fair in 1907 The railroad company did not have taoIlLtles for rryIng the passengers 0 in white eompartinnt on a passenger coach The damages were paid by compromise the JComI1any paying all costa Gov Wl1Iaon pardoned L D Morn eon a convict sent to the Frankfort penitentiary for life under the hab1t sal cr1niiiiil act from Harrison county to take effect New Years day Morrison was sentenced for maJicIouC3 cutting having been previously con vl ted in 1890 and again In 1897 Gov W1lIs nspardon is granted on the condition that he shall never take an other drink of liquor If he dOes he will be returned to the penitentiary to rema for life Morrison is known as the monkey man ashe has spent much of his time In prison carving + nonkeys out of peach stones which he has sold to sightseers DrJ WIGayle of this city secretary of the Kentucky state board ot- barmacists has announced that tfeiiextmeetIng of the board will bnj Winchester October U NEW BUILDING FOR SOCIAL WORK LoiIsvIlleAnother instance of the steady giowth and development of social wonlin Louisville Is the new 20 Q0 building which will sooxj be built for the Altenheim society on Barr tt avenue between Breckenridge andI Page str ets The new structure wBl- bO buIltof brick with stone trimmings and will contain sleeping rooms forI about fifty persons The three stories or the building will be sem1flreroof- in construction with wide halls and broad stairways Each floor will have a modern systeniof sanitary plumbing and tonet fixtures and will be lighted with ele trlclty furnished by a power pJant in the b sement The site 6ccupted by the building fronts 200 feet on Barrett avenue and runs back about 300 fet These ground will be improved with flower beds and trees and the whole property made as homelike as possible havebeender way wIthin the next few days CELEBRATED 90TH BIRTHDAYj iTersailleaMrs Susan M Gastl beau celebrated her 90th birthday with a family reiinion at the home of her son Mr Joseph M stineau A large number of children grandchuldrenand- greatgrandchildren were presentI 3rz Gastlneau has 11 children 49 grandchildren 72 greatgrandchildren and three greatgrentgrandchUdren She makes one or two visits each year to some of her children who live in Garrard county and drives the entire distance ihere and back 40 miles each way in a buggy being violently op- JqS to riding on railroad trains Mrs GastIneaus oldest child WJ1 lIam Gthieu Is mills 72d year THE SYNOD OF KENTUCKY v DanvIl1eThe Zyiod or KEntuck wIlI ibid Its hundred and eIghteenth i nnual meeting in the First Presbyte THm church there on Tuesday October 11 This w1l 13e the sixreenth tine the Synod has met In this ancient seat of culture arid relIIom The Synod was organIzed at Lexington Ky O- ber 14 1802 The first and second meetings were held In Danville in 1804 and 180g The opening sermon will be preached by Rev W H sflley D D pastor of the Portland Avenue church Louisville S MPSOl FAIR OFFICERS CHOSEN FranklinThe stockholders of the Simpson county fair at ameeting held lrere elected aboard ofdrectors and officers for the coming year se fol laws President W P Cant vice president VAR Bryan treasurer A H Hill secretary John Crowdus di rectors C iN Baird Charje2 UIch Charles Jackson W S M Clan han A H HHIJ A Crowdus and W R ryan Bowling GreenDr J C S Pratt a prominent physician of Honolulu was the guest or Dr J N McCormack se retary of the Kentucky state board of health Dr Pratt is secretary of the territorial board of health of the Hawaiian islands and Is making a tour of the southern states investigating the methods employed in the various health departments He will alsQylSit Panama and Mexico before returning borne Dr Pratt came here to cop suit Dr McCormack in regard to fhe J test methods emploed in the can 5ervatlonof public health ti J DIPPING PlHEEP it will Cc Restricted to Those Exposed to Scab4es Fr3hkort Only sheep affected with or having been exposed to the scabies must be dipped This opinion was given by Atty Gen Breathitt to the live stock sanitary board who met here Drs F L Bertiam of Cincln- nati and A L Payne of WasJiingtoi met with Jthe board and discussed methods of eradicating the scabies so that the quarzntine will be lifted from the sheep In this state Dr Payno reported that the cattle in Woodford county with fever were not afflicted with Texas fever Judge Stout enteedan order In the State fls al court dire t1ng Secretary of State Brqner to accept the amend ed articles of lncorppr tion of the Louisville Packing Co making a slight change in the name of the company without collecting the organiza tion tax Suitable books for the inmates of the charitable and penal Institutions of the state will be furnished by the State Library Commission This de cision was reached here at b recent meeting Mrs George Flurnayof Pa ducah was appolntedto 1eporton the Eddyville Prison and the HoptdnsvUle Insane AsYlum Dr Willlam Dau her ty on the Lakeland Asylum and the State Librarianpn the prison and Fee here an4 the Lex- thgton Asylum tlnd neform School at Greendale Good and suitable Iibrart s within reach of every county high school in Kentucky at the two penitentiaries anq at the state charitable instituUoJils This is dIe aim of the Keutucky Li brary commission as formulated and committees have been named to carry Into effect the plans Ultimately the commission expects to have Good library within reach of every county high school The commission held a long meetIng here at which much routine bUsiless was disposed of r WILL INSPECT DAIRY COW- SLexIiigtonDr J c Burneson a veterinary inspector of th Untd States bureau of animal husbandry has arrived here and held a conference with the city and county boards- of health at which Dr Burneson ex plalned his proposition to inspect the dairy roWs of this county by the tuberculin teSt Under the proposed plan the insection Is made without cost to the dairymen and none to the County exc Dt for one aSsistant to Dr Burne son and for disinfecting and clean1ng the stables which must be done by the county after the test Dr Burneson says that for years the results of the postmortem which is hold over all condemned animals have boon kept by the bureau and that th test has been found to be ac- curatein 98 per cent or the cases It was decided tc hold another meeting wlththe fiscal court and decide upon some line of action In the matter Dr Burneson has been working In Soutiern Indiana and stated that he c4winthatsection CONFEDERATE REUNION MiltonBent aiTd gry but theIr eyes still retaIning that tire f youth more than 200 Confederate veterans marched with faltering steps through the streets of Milton the parade being one of the chief features of the nineteenth annual reunion of the Fourth Kentucky cavalry Besides the members of the Fourth many veterans who served In other commands were present besides fifty or seventy fIve warriors who wore the bl At a business meeting W B Crnbb of Eminence was reelected command et and W C Pryor of Larange wan chosep vice commander Eminence was voted as the place for holding the next reunion GIVEN DEATH SENTENCE JrankfortJttdge R L Stut circuit judge sentethed Roger Warren to the death penalty on November 11 add a stay of 30 days from that time was granted so that an appeal can betaken Warren is from Louisville and serving a ten years sentence for homicide Several months ago he killed William Ratcliffe a fellow convict and at this term cf the circuit court was sentenced to death GROOM FOR THIRD TIM AT 21 VhItesburgMaryland Bktes aged 21 of Thornton and pretty lIttle 1Iiss BeatrIce Combs aged barely 14 a schoolgirl of HIllLard st01ela march ou friends and came into Wh1tsburg where thefs G1lred a license and were married by the Rev G F Davisson The groom is a son of Robert Bates a merchant at Thornton He has been three timos married LexthgtonSculptor Pomppo Cop pinis equestrian bronze statue or Gen John H Morgan to he erected In this city is to be exhibited at the great art exposltl m in Rome Italy next year as a specimen of American sculp ture Sculptor Coppini has been In vited to send an exhlkit to the art ex position and as heconbiders the Morgan statue ills masterpiece hewHl send that to which end he has asked the permission of the monurnentcom- plitt e which meets hi Louisville Oc tober it The statue wilibo returped to Lexington in time for thj unveiling I 1APTIST SEMINARY OPENED Enrollment Large and Students Con tinue to Ccm- eLoulsvllleThe =Southern Baptist Theological seminary opened its reg ular session last week The enroll ment was large and the students con tlntle to come In Last session the at tendance was 305 During the pros eat session it js hoped that the attendance will be fully as large TM ODe ing lecture was delivered in the chapelof Norton hall by President E Y MUllins and his subject was The Modern Issue As to the Per son of Jesus Christ The lecturer discussed the modern attempts to ex plain Jesus The first course or lectures in the seminary on the Norton Foundation will be delvered Qctober 10 and 11 The lecturer on this occasion will be Sir WM Ransay D D LL D of Aberdeen Sctland Dr Ramsay is CIne of themo t distinguished of modern Biblical scholars and has writ ten numerous works of Worldwide reputation The smlnary counts itself exooedlngli fortunate in securing the services of Sir W M Ramsey for these lectures The Norton Lecture ship Foundatlo provides for lectures on such SUbjects as Will set forth the relations fOhrJ9t1anity to philosophy and science Dr Ithmsays topics wilil be first The Teaching of Paul in the Roman World and second The Teaching t Paul CulmInating in the Tea Wng of John twill be recafled that the Norton Lectureship Foundation was estab- liuhed by George W Norton of this city whose gift 6f5000 for the pur pose was made to the seminary some thing over a Year ago This in addition to the JuliuS Drown Gay Founda- tlon gives the seminary tow splendid lectureships TOLD OFCRIME AND DIED While at Workl Telegraph Operator IsShdtIby Robbers CovingtonAt his key in the little c O railroad1 depot at New Richmond Station Ky F C MeKenne 25 night telegraph operator was shot and killed by robbers who broke open a cash drawer and extracted tickets and money amounting to several hun dred dollara Ten minutes after he receIved the fatal bullet wound in his head the dy ing operator told hIs story to Con ductor Hayes of eaStbound freight train No 75 and expired iqhis arms a few seconds later McKenn y was on the night trick gcing to work at 11 oclock In the little station which ls just opposite New Richmond 0 ten miles above Cincinnati on the Ohio riVer The C O does riot touch the Ohio city but takes passengers who ferry across the river NINETEENTH REUNION Fourth Kentucky Cavalry C 5 A Meets at Milton MlltQnThe nineteenth anniyersary- of the Fourth lentucky cavalry CS- A was held In Milton Among the several speaks who were present were Gen W B Haldeman of the Kentucky division Gen Bennett R Young of the Department of Tennes see and Judge R Frank PealtetoJ Louisville l Kentucky Flashes MaysvllleBurt Lewis was found beside the tracks of the C O In the outskirts of this city with his head crushed and side badly man gled It is supposed he was hit by a freight train- GlasgowThe South Kentucky fair closed ono of the most successful meetings in its fiftythree years hIS- tory here rho crowd was immense and taxed not only the capacity of the fair grounds but the town as well Leban nOne of the most damag- Ing rain and etoctrical storms ever known here visited this FectIon Four head of horses beiong1n Cora Sanders were killed azd many hay tacks throughou the county were struck by Jghtnlng and burned VanceburgJmige Samuel G HUlls former representative and county judge was adjudged of unsound mind and sent to the asylum at LexIngton Overwork In qls taw practice is said to have caused his mental trouble IFrankUnThe committees appoint ed to arrange for the entertainment of the Orphan Brigade which meets here in annual reunion on October 12 are rapidlY perfecting arr ngements and securing homps for the old sol diers It is expected that former Sen atol Jas D McCreary and fOrmer Gov Simon Bolivar Buckner will be In attendance An oldfashioned barbecue will be one of the features of the reunion WhitesburgA contract has been let for the construction of the further extension of the Caroliiia CUnchfiel Ohio railroad from Dante Va mies to a cOnnection With the Chesa peake Ohios BIg Sandy road at The Breaks on the Kentucky bor der line penetrating an Immensely rIch coal territory and an important connection The road will be completed within twelve moflths and open ed for traffic forming a direct outlet from the clUes of the northeast wit- 1thtlantic seacoast The rich cow field adjacent tb the Keutucky bord- wlilbe cpenpL x THE IINTLE SHIpt AS AftAPIDo FIRE MONEYMAKER An enormous number of sheep are cOming Into the Union Stock Yards ChIcago which are beIng sent there by Western grazers on account of the scarcity of feed in that section or the country and which must be sold at buyers prices The states of MIchigan OhIo In diana and Illinois are well provided with good teed and an opportunity of this kind if offered by one of the great dry goods houses or department stores of Chicago wouJd deplete three quarters of the hones of that city of Its womenklnd inside of half an hour after the notice appeared An they would want would be time enough to throw a few clothes over them some wouldnt even stop to put rats in their haIr thousands would forget the powder none would stop to paint but every fathers daugh ter of them would make a liB line to hubbies pants and extract there from without leave license or con sent all that therein was to be found In the shape of cash and then tumble over each other to be first on the spot Lots of these women would buy much more than they required and would Quietly hol over their pur andthenon their less wIde awake Mends and reap thereby a harvest of sheckels which we may take for granted would be at once returned to the trouser pockets of their husbands while those gentlemen sun slept Qhat Is the woman of it Let us take a lesson troD1 her thrifty and honest example Extract Ing from the pockets of a slumbering spouse under such circumstances Is not robbery it Is only borrowing and more than that It is borrowing on account of that most beautiful of all female characteristics thoughtful consldetaUonShe did not wish to disturb the peaceful rest of her softly sleeping consort Sheep feeding at this particular time and after the season of Western drought just experienced wU be most profitable to those who are fortunate enough to havethe feed and such as have can in the course ot sixty days turn over their money In such a satisfactory way as will add very largely to their bank accounts There is nothing in sight at the present moment that otters n better and safer investment than the purchase of these sheep In numbers that each buyer can accommodate and nothing that otters so speedy and rib certain a return His First Lesson In Economy When I was a very smallboy nd- a dIme looked pretty big to me I met John H Parleywho had always been my good friendon the street one June day says Frank Harris ffJulysome change then Let me be yotir banker until then and youll have some money for firecrackers torpo does lemonade and peanuts I emptied my pockets into his hand and every day thereafter until the Fourth I turned over to him my small earningS When the day of days came around I had a fund that enabled me to celebrate in proper style while many of my playmates were fiat broke It was my first lesson in thrift and It was a good one Hundreds of Cleveland people would be glad today to testify to the fact that when John L Parley was a friend of n man or a boy he was a frIend lndeedCleve land Leader BABYS SKIN TORTURE When our baby was seven weeks old ho broke out with what we thought was heat but which gradually grew worse We called In a doctor He said It was eczema and from that time we doctored six months with three Gf the best doctorsln Atchison but he only got worse His fae head and hands were a solid sore There Was no end to the suffering Ion him We had to tlehls little hands to keep him from scratching Ue never knew what It was to sleep well from the time he took the disease until he was cured He kept us awake all hours of the night and his health wasnt what you would call good We tried everything but the right thing Finally I got a set of the CuUcura Remedies and I am pleased to say wo did not use all of them until he was cured We have waited a year and a half to see if it would return but It never has and today hi skin is clear and fair as It possIbly could be I hope Cutlcura may save some one elses little ones suffering and pi30 theIr pocketbooks John Lemon 403 Atchison Sl Atchison Kan Oct 19 1909 A Contradiction Queer wasnt It that water ml the rlacesyou wentto made the folks there slckV Why was it queer Because It was well water TRY MURINE EYE REMEDY for Red Weak Weary Watery Eyes and Granulated EyeUds Murine Doesnt SmartSoothes Eye Pain Druggists Sell Murino Eye Remedy LIquid 25c SOc 100 Murine Eye Salve In Aseptic Tubes 25c 100 Eye Books and Eye Advice Free by Malt Murine Eye Remedy Co Chicago Of Course Whats the matter Cold or something in my head Must be a cold old manLlppin cotts HIS RUBBERS HAD VANISHED Consequently Man From the Country Had Little Use for City Methods The benches In the waiting rooms at the Union depot In Kansas City are used for other purposes than to rest on by travelers the Kansas City star enlightens us At every midnight the maids clean out the rooms They do not forget to pok under the benches for stray bundles left by trusting travelers Sometimes after Intervals the travelers return to claim their property Some time ago a red cap at the depot saw a man In a linen duster a felt hat and the mariner of one who had spent his life In a secluded part of the Ozarks get down on hIs knees and peer carefully under several ot the benches Lost anything mister the red cap queried Wall no sonny not zacUy I left apalr of rubbers hero last January when I was on the way tow Emporey- Haint seen nuthln of em have you 1 The red c4p explained that he hadnt and mreov r that the room had been cleaned out several dozen times since Iast January WeUI swa1 replied the traveler bliiiking and stroking hIs beard The city methods do beat me Fair Play One of the hardest things to wash is a mechanics shirt It accumulates dust ad grime and grease naturally and the effort to get that dust and grime and grease out with ordinary soap Is something tremendous Easy Task Soap however does half the work for you and makes the other half easier Its duty Is to gqt after the dirt and take it out You dont have to rub and scrub over the tub Tell your grocer you want it 1ve cents a cakesame price as poo soaps A Questifib Vera eight years oldWhat does transatlantic mean mother Moth rAcross the Atlantic of ourse but you musnt bother me VeraDoes trans always mean acrosi MotherI suppose It does Now it you dont stop bothering me with your tolbeda ew minutes silence Then does transparent mean a cross parentIdeas 07 OHIo Crrr or Touoo LuC f Pwx Jj CJBNn mAkes csth that he Is IelJor doingbusIne ofONE0 =that cannot be curdbT the UIe cnLL5 CmL PRANK 3 CHENET preaeathisAW GLEASON 1811uf NoTizTPunLzc elld1recUyJpWn Bend nlr testimonials tree ToledaSoldby ex Take lialls Parnlly Pills for consupatinn Illiterate Immigrants Ellis Island records show that of 62727 immIgrants who arrived here ln July 12895 or about 25 per cent are Illiterates Illlteracy s no bar to nimmigrant so long as he appears phys ically able to care for himself Only 1127 persons who sought to enter the country were barred at this port last monthNew York Press Itching Piles Permanently Cured bya Jar of Resinol Ointment About three weeks since I wps suffering agony from itching plIes I got a sample jar ot Reslnol and after bathl wIth warm water and apply ingtho Reslnol I was in a few days entirely relieved o tire Itching and believe I am permanently cured W W Evans CarroUton Ky Same With Political Pastry TeacherNow Willie which would you rather have twosixths of a pie or onethirdImiss Teacher sarcastlcaUyYou would eh And why so WilIieCause if yO cut it Into sixths Ill lose more ot the juice ImpOtant to Mothers Examine carefullY every bottle of CASTORLA a safe and sure remedy for Wants and children and see that It Bears the Signature Of In Use For Over 30 Years The KInd You Have Always Bought Win by Being Prepared Those who are prepared for the worst ars the ones who generally get the best of it If You Are a Trifle Sensitive AbGut the size ot your shoes many people- wear smaller shoes by usingAflen FootEae the Antlse tlc Powder to lIhake Into the slioca It cures Tired Swollen Aching Feet and thlnftorbreA1lng OlmctedLoI hate to see a thing done by halves if It be right do It boldly if itis wrong leave It undoneGllpln SYrupForchlldrcn Is aUon1Jars cures colic r50a boUle A man of few words usually says them as If they were more i DOCTOR ADVISED OPERATION CuredbyLydiaPhikkam Vegetable Compound Gal Da KanA year qo l March I fell and a few afte there was soreness In right aide In I short time a bunch came and lt bothered me so much at night r could p not sleep It kept growing larger and byfallitwuaslarge Icouldnotgoto without a 00 Jwaterbottlieapplled to that side Tbad one of the best doe1 tore in Kansas he told my husband- jthtlwo1ildi haTe tI- be operatedon litsomething like atumorca11se4byarnpture Iwrot tp you for ou me no ouraged buttotab Ly E nt4ble Compoun I did take it and soonthe lump in m side broke and awayMrs R R Huir 713 MIneral Aye Oalena- jjgj1nclhnmsVegetable r KanJ Coa pound made from roots and herbs has proved to be the most succeiifu1 remedyfor curing the worst forms of female ills including displacements irregu1aritiesfeeling 1latulencyindig tiOD nervouspt9ztration itcosts but a trie to it and the result 1nlsufferingtfyouwautspecial advleewrlt- forittoMrsPInkhamLynnMase Itis free and always helpful WIL5 DOUCLAS HANDSEWED PNOCES SHOESxzws sioo stossoo osoooW- OMENs S2O335O4 IOn tOO250 8OO THE STANDARD FOR 30 YEARS They II abIolutely the ostpopuIaxsxuIbestsboes for the price in THy are tH 1ederIevery where because they hold 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Send for sample copy THE FLORIDA XECORDBUS Kcalt7 nlUthng dfduoBVWe TA7WEELS STEEL aM XUUh1 TIU We rerubber old chaael tiredwheelijBuggy Top CuM ions Poles Shafts and AU XilldsoI Trimmings SUOCHEUcO4eecui1a4osJwu eo J Ptot1usabundant dBERNiS FARMS FOil SALE IU2T0V0d sol1thch anO Aanun1 praTed soIl gray and chocolate snbsott red cla7 usSMITU e Ass- Tmuircryrzwuirzas thotn rvelof today Astatul4 are bnlneaaznachtnefor5 tJpewrtteraad eopan Stock great saletnens opportnnIy kveryoa- esoud ines5gatcprompUy btr1IsCoYiSis4srL- Iii IdeaL book aa rATENTour flUtE ==W N U CINCINNATI NO411910 COLT DISTEMPERbe bsadled very The sIcaroesreJsad cli Etab onuatfer bowetISTJt tnuha1alr cta on the bloodaa h ers ctl all forms otdlvtetnper Beet remedy everkowa tOf NAMe Is lesi One botUe gnaranteed to cure onecae tse sak a tJ tbk IssES doeen dru1tand barnessdealenor iexpiesspsI4 It inanntacturers Cot sbowi bow to poultice t sssts Osr free f e w apOHN Di L 7 A PUTNAM FAD LESS DYESColor mere eodr IIrllhter and isiter eelrl than any ether dye One lOc sackase colors all fillers They de In nwat IttMtf CIM HJtMttt y C d1t an II eat wlthHt rlnl Iart WJlli fir frllIoklatt t DJI IIc and wi CtCrs NOIllfDE Dlf 100 Off 11 wN T jT IITijE SPRINGFIELD SUN VEDESDAY OCTOBER 12 1910 ill SNAI E KILLS rFOUR lARG flOGS Zt Trrifiic Battle Between a Seven foot Rattlesnake arid a Bunch iofocsf r KHIedtt Alle MdFlearing nOISe near the sedge of the woods on the farm of Stwart near thIs place RJI A Cathell J L Allen and H J went to the spot and found that a numitier ot hogs had been in a fight a large raicsnake Toe snake was lit erally torn to pieces three hogs were dead and a fourth was dying AS the last hog onld groan the snake wouldI raise its head being unable to thing else 1ur J yards around the grass and earTh were torn up and from appearances the snake must have been nearly seven feet long The hogs had- demolishedall its rattles except two It undoubtedly was Ope one of them OSt terriffi C battles ever waged bee tween a member of the serpent tamily and domesticated animals Tlut it was as fast as5t was furious is an fact as Stewart had been acceptedIe woods and had fed the hog an hour previous to hearing the commotion among them and it aso was sho n that they had eaten more than half o their feed whet his snakeship appeared on the scene tMOPOLITANIf j1 MAGAZINE i1it d rd magazine the nio- sipuarand best of all maazine3 ir Unitd States can be ohttned Washidgton county byarfdresm SAM J ALL 11 Local Kaper3entathe sunoffceSpringffeld Aflt3 wanted for Ttxaa Mackvtlle Wiiiaburand Valley Hill Very hbera- inducements ofFered Just RihLI The following from the Harrodsbur- HerakIis stated correctlySThe mn who gets into his head jUS right thuthe should attend to his own business and not worry so much about the other fellow wilt live equally s long and die fully as happy and po siblv have a lIttle better tune going through the so caned vale df tearsIThere are people who hay elseI to do but criticise the clothes wIrn their neighbors people who gossip abou t oTher folks and forget that their o n backyatdJs full of tm cans and dad cats people who want to reform tbe Jhwh ie universe andwho need re i III r 1vrjselyes The world is an- i J kfof the hills are a little T u If you attend to your Ii1Ls and letthe other fellow attent- lo Dls unless you are invited in either as a fnendorori a salary thpre wil not beso many discordant notes in- YOfr lite Sq long n a man leaves you alone leave him alone sioo SEWARD IOO The readers of this paper will be gin d to learn that there is at leastone dread ed disease that science has been able to cure in all its 8tages and that is Catarrh HidLi Catarrh Cure is the only hledicallfraternityon es a treatment Han Catarrh Cure is tak en internally acting directly upon th blood and mucous surfaces of th sys tern thereby destruying the toundatlOnl- of the disease the pat nt strength Vhuild1rlgup the crtitutio n and p thr in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith it its arative powers that they otter On 4S Hundred Dollars for any case that tails to cure Send fur list or testimo IJ CHEN Y CO Tuledo Sold by drugszits 75C fake Balls Family Pills for consti pation I V Is arths Most Beautiful Object 1- e Favorite Tonic for Women Mkes it Possible GET A BOTTLE TODAY I Price 100 oIay RAYDONR013EIiTSON fi 3IL r tIARDINSEttAPfL Miss Grace Cull ot Mackville spent from Friday titil Saturday with theI fim1Iv of H S Litsey- Thos p who ssmbe at th home of Mr1ander Juanita Mi9 c Mary Case Louise and Susie FenwickL Mr and Mrs Logan Anderson and on Reed dined wIth Mrs Besie Cot fee Sunday laAt Miss Rhoda Beeev has returned toI hr home after a aortvis1t to relatives n Boyle countySMs Nina fenwick ln11t Saturday and Sunda rh Miss Grace Br8dfordivjile Several from here spent CullI Mrs Bettie Canary and Hlatt sn nt Saturday and Sunday m IMaekvl11e ttie Tohip hasretiirned home t Pleasant visit to MrS Albert sunJdlYfamilyS lqattamlly Mr and Mra Austin Clark and4iild ren spent SundRY with Roscoe Mitciell ouPisCoughRemedy iwillprevent1sm y 4od Position f IA by ambitious young rrenS and ladies in the fieldof Wireless or Railway telegraphy Since the eIght hour law became effectIve and since the Wireless corripadles are e3tabhsl- iog stations thrOugou the country I there isa great Shortage of telegrav hers PositIOns pay beginners from r CPIIvislonllOtplacesall graduates in to positions It will pay you to write them for fuUI deti111s at Cincinnati 0or Philadel phiaLa oct5 4t SBOOKIR I We have had a 1m rain andnow are looking for Jack Frost Everybody IS about through cutting tobacco and are preparing for sowing wheat Charlie Settle met with a serious ac wateringIanc struck him in the right eye He was unable towork for several daysIHam Sweeney and moth IttJaye returned to Old Kentucky to reside Ben M Pile and wife am Moore and GoatleyIMoore Charlie Settle and Miss Susie liobliti spent Sunday with Miss Mattie Yates Epest arid Miss LllIPaPile spent Sun day wish the Misses Ylallford at C- laaplinl1Mr and Mrs Edward Pile and little daughter atherine spelt Sunday with Mr and Mrs A Gijey in Nelspn Comm relalLIIry Ham Pile dnd wife spent Saturday n ght ard Sunday with their lather Louis Hirschrin Nelson county theirnefdaughteraM co gn annovs you on hacking and tearing tht delicate m m- branes of your throat If you want to he annoyed Batxf vtu want relief want tobe cured tyke Chamberlains Cough Remedy Sby all druggists SD3SC1ESFNEE COLUMN Ms R H Lan fiordrt 4 has for 111 S C B Leghorn roosters at ich Also a few of Mrs C L Brady stock at fiOc salpRhod1 each until an 1 Mrs Irvin Lynch Lebanon RtS hatorsale P re Bred Brown Leghox Coerels and some nice hen Turner Don iger Rt 3 has for sali i 20 nice shoals Yelght about 80 lbs wil- sell rimrht Mrs C L rady Rt3 has for Rl- eBlrred Plymo thRock Cockerels LpO- cacho The pl asantPlfr ativ effect experl unced by aU w 0 use ChamberlainsStO- mach and Live Tablets and the healthy ndition ut no y and mind which thEY reate makes ne feel joyful Sold all dzuggistsSWeep and you e called a baby Laugh tndy ure called a foolSYield and your called a coWard Stand and yo re called mule Smile and they r can you silly Frown and th y call you gruff Pu ton u fron like a miilionair Arid domegu calls you a b uff SPuck Itt r THE REGIMENT AL LAUNDRY By AMBROSE MENDENHALL by American Press ICopyright Ai4soctfltlOfl This story has one merttttit mel dent really happened When the Army of the Cumbtrland was at Mutfretshoro fenn 8waitingG a brigade eoiunrnnd r tgtnblhilled- 5 his headquarters oila knoll On tii right was the tent ot biseblef of itaf 2 and on his left was a tent In wllic dwelt his alddecamp BeforE thesi tents thwed the sentry ot tbe Ihree ar ersiuard Scutt ered a boutI the euflnenc were the camp different regiments compostng the brigade Before one or the tents of one ot- these regimental campIng grounds young soldltr Billy Ulcott was clean tag his wuskeL He was thE wag at his regIment und never let an opportunity pus to perpetrate a joke on any of hs eomrade lie was especIally mIItime to time m on ot errands that a veteran would know to ibe ridiculous He was well liked except for thts propensity which he carrlt too fur His veteran asso elates laughed heartily Ilt his practical jokes But every greenhorn who came- be a trained soldier Itched for an op portuutty to take a good natured re day a body ot patriots who had Just exchanged theIr ordinary hu bill meats for uniforms arrlvekI from th north and were thrnxl In ou the seasoned men ot Billys regiment like shovelfuls of soft earth thrown on well trampled ground OGe of these unfortunates seeing Billy cleunhig bis musket and desiring Information wtkiked up to him and said Say can you tell nie wbeie I cata ge any washing done around here Hlly looked up at him with ia stare lOw it must be remembered that to soldier at the front In wartlmta w9shtub is as far away us a luxury aa a table dhote menu So- ditrs lothES In war are seldom want ed ulldwbentheyrrp they are take to the knu- kies In lieu oru vashboard und the dirt spots blurred Ier the WholE gai- S r ment But even his launderIng prarti eti onIy till tte sOldier learns t0 get o with flannel shlrt that shows littIQ In and CUD lie worn for mouth wltho t Iooklng very disreputable Bill as I was saying looked up at- the g nborn wIth u stare The re crult surmhed that the vetrau was thinking where he could send him to get his linen laundered and so be was Finally having concentrated his mind on just where the regimental 17 was located Billy snide Ilaun you ee those three tents up on that knoll ITh recruit admttted that be lid- Weli you go up there and wait till that sentinel walks to one end or his bent and while his bark lsturned you just before beturnR go lut the center tent and thires where thel washIng Is done Mind dont try to go In when the sentry sees you or hell stop you Therps a lot of red tape up there The recruit thanked Billy for his courteous lnforniation and stnrtcd up the bill Billy watching bUn Follow tag directions Implicitly the Jrlenhorn waited till the stntry rexnhed the end Iot his bent then stepped quickly Into center tent A man with a sta on his shoulder was sitting ut a pIne table writing At the recruits entry he looked np surprbied that the truder had pxiKsid tbe sentry and et bred unzmunouiiced- ls this the plue Where the wushlng Is done nsk4t the visitor The general stared Ilt him In lIowe such fashion as BIlly hud done Did some one tell you to come her e 1to get Yea your washing done rlmld you take me to the man wbo 4told yoiEt1intSthink I cnn fI guMII piked up his hat ond down till inlne nccompnnled by tbt recruit Billy wits tlrlll cleanin- his gun and ll11rkllno nt his Joice when looking tip hl saw tlii rrulthud dlrfrPd o lzidiiuarters comm g nppronchdIsaluted Thnts the man saidtb rtcruit to the general CulI the corporal or the giard sal fthe general Billy of the guard y lld nhll ICorlornl zime salute and the to lilm Curlornl ink ia couple ut till pinrd anti wort ijiri It man pointing to fUlly doln to II- reek rind have him wash milan clothes Set tinit time InuudCrlug 1w11 done The general returned to his tent the corporal lnughl the two men thC 1rf rult prudueed his soiled lOths an- a d proesiuu of Jeering men t orHd Plllvdnwn to the erek whmrenndt r the superikitendence of the corporal he did the recruits laundering nun vuded Billy Okotts guying ri crults He lUurttd under thpJldkuh lit had inturred and burned to d onitrlmIng tc r01i It for he viii comttantly jPrpd hy hIs eoniriid about his laiiii4ry and iisktd to was their soiled IothpC Possibly this ha d sametbing to dn with his future rr At any rate hp dl tlnJ11lsbed- hlilLplt lit Chk kitwauga and was mxiii- ii iimulerixmnt Having started up hall tic continued climb till the Qfl WOOD he taint out a uoaek r I PublcSaeilHOF Valuable Live Stock Grain and Implements BardsItownBEGINNING AT 1230 OCLOCK SHARP We will sell to the highest and best bldd r the following had 1100 pound Steers CQws registeredand 3 subject to register 2 to be fresh soon yarling Steers 2 yearling Heifers 2 sumkling Calves 1 4yearold broodand good wor Reef Bird Mare in foal to Jack aood mare mule colt by her side r4 yearold Brood and Work Mare with good horse colt by her side 1 3 year old Chester Dare Mare broke to ride and drive 1 5yearOld County Member Harness and saddle horse i Iyearold German Coach Horse Colt nurchase Clothing 0of about lOyearsold Horse good 2yearOld 1 ear muleI2 1 Shoflts bushels ot 3 Stacks 2 16 Log 2 Riding ChainsI1 Single new Seed n I Wagon Wagon Stretchers 114inch Riding Breaking 1 Dering Mower Buckboard- Single double Furniture thing too numerous to mention FIVE SHARES OF PEOPLES DEPOSIT BANK STOCK TERMS20 under Cash Over 20 six months time interest of sale note with personal security payable m either of SpringS eld This be an absolute sale of everything put up without any sort of by bidding to partnership R Clements 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Everything For The Sick Room Is to be had at this dependable drug store Rubber of all kinds 0spraysmeasuring glasses and a hundred others It will hI well for you to remember this if needed for any of such things should arise at your 0 house Dont go hunting all over towp Come right here where you S know you can get what you so urg fntly ned Haydon WillettTilE PRESCRIPTION ST- OREoooooaaaaa o oo S J O o 0 D o I O RURAL TELEPHONESj eMR FARM RMnke your home as modernfor your family a It city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotation at anytime lhls can be accomplished hy means ot our telephone service whish yOu and your neiJrhbors cangetfora sum that IS small corn paredwith the benefits received Call or address our near eit office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Term- for information regarding our special FARMERS LINE rate rr you are not at present njoym telephone service- we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States or Kentucky 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