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II m tprfnfithDEVOTED f 4 c t iC VOLUME YI f SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER IS i9fO NtlMIER 41 Ii MANY LIVES AND PROPERTY Destroyed by the Devastating fires Recently Ravaging the Northwest Winnipeg Man Oct 10Latest reports of the forest fires in the Rainy River region of Minresota increase thef hCJrrors of the situation if not thev Ilumberof lives lost settler in the district boundede 11Woodss6fith of Fort Frances Ont and from Spooneri and Baudettez Minn on the east to Warroad Minn on the west who IS not accounted for is certain to- ebe dead as there was no escape For a distance of fifty miles from Baudettean the Rainey River west to Warroad the woods was a solid masse ir Sunday B ulette is only a charred remnant of a town Spooner is entIrely wiped off the earth Cedar Spur Gracetor Pitt Swift and Roosevelt mere harrII tletsSuites ot wild animals fleeing forP safety side by side with human beings theIr natural fear and hostility quench in f ed by the horror of the situation are offitFIRES THIS YEARsOct 101910Estimated dead 1000 to 2000 missing more than 2000 homeless 5000 all destitute towns desiRooseItveItMay 19 19i0Mllhons lost lli fine- around Grand Marlas Minn July 20 1910Thrtte Forks Jaffry and Baynes Lake towns inCan dia territory destroyed July 22 1910One hundred squarer miles or Alaska timber at headof Howe N Sound totally destroyed July 22 1910Three cdled40000 r damage done near Albany Ora July 22 1910Damage of 500000 done around Galloway xleason and Bloomville Wis towns of Hememan Wis and Whitewater and rIcGuigan Manitoba destroyed Aug 221910One hundred persons killed in fbres tires thatr destroyed Wallace Big B reek Ware 8Jtle Tunnel Pine Creek and MuIlID all cIties and towns of idaho 3OO000 LossIt Aug 2 1908Two hundred killed a 10000 made homeless city Fernie B C towns of Hosmer Coal Creek Olsen Michel and Sparwood destroyed Loss 20000000 Sept 1909Town of Chisholm Pills bury and Hartley Minn destroyed one killed 15000 left homeless Loss including 25000000 feet of timber 5 tin 000000 BafieldWis damaged 75 000 Oct 12Eigh teen killed 2000 made homeless around Alpena Mich fAIR VIEW r 1in j1MrtIe grandson Martin L Arnold spent Sunday with his parents at Deep Creek Harrison Coyle wife and little son MarqUls Allen were the guests of his grandparents Mr and Mrs denry Coyleof Springfield Saturday night IICbarlieday with his brother Clarence Coyle Miss Llzzie Parks has returnedto herj sisters at Mackvtlleafter spend ng a few days with J M Harmons family- Mrs Lige Matherly is ill at this fu WritI Richard Stewart and wife spent urday with Ed Martin Mrs Will Milburn of this neighbor hood spent several days last week wither sister Mrs Mattie Wilson at rex as Ky John Elliott wife and little son spent Saturday night and With her parents Mr and Mrs J BradleyI Bro Sawyer wlll fill his regular alr pomtments at Wesleys Chapel next Sunday morning and evening John Edwards left for Wilmore Tues where he will reside JD iTommienight with his grandfather Lige Ma therly near Deep Creek Bro Hatchett of Tatham Springs assistmg Bro Short in a series of meet- ingsi at Pleasant Hill i Marquis Cocanougher and John Mor gan Harmon are about to start on a nutting excursion o R FRIEND- TilE POTATO A Disease That Has Develew oQed Into a Pl theIes- of lurop- eI 1on rican farmers are warned by the Dep rtment of Agriculture to watch new potato malady which has de ed into a plague m Europe The cola k scab warty or caulifiow isease starting in Hungary in seriously infected Ireland EnJ14nd Germany Scandinavia France and alv It appeared on the North Iben hod no healthy tubers will develop So insidious is the plague tht it not only renders all the soil ofa field dlSJ ased but bits of dirt clinging to the boots or implements of a farm hand may carrythe Thereatter est to uninfected areas the ground wIll produce un- sown crops for n number of years un intelligent system of crop rota ion i used to heal the soil Diseased es should invariably be burned or if too wet to burn should be buried a ole and covered with unslaked lime Seed potatoes ehould never be taken from ailing crops If the seed IS suspected it should be powdered with sulphurand stored away until planted Fatmers should cooperate withthe De partment of Agriculture by reporting any appearancepf the disease so that t may be kept fromfastening itself in A erican soil NE T MEETING OF i HE STATE GRANGE t Annual Meeting of kens t cky State Grange to bed Held in Winchester The unday School Convention haying c e and tne the next State meets for Winchester will be that ot partIare no anew mzations For more jlbeeng dually their theories are being even by those who arknow Be11fore Iicouldvarious Kentucky counties the Gra gers had shown that butter eggs a d other farm produce would bring bett r prices f sold through regularly organ ed channels In fact the Grange sUC cessfulY taught all the lessons of farti coops attonthat eve since been put pra ice Not odly along this line aloin the purchase of supplies it eep of great benefit the farmer The d aler can afford to sell cheaper andIs = das is thee case when purchases are made through the Grange It IS not often that a State body localIreputation as a convention city caused to be selected The cordial we come given the Bui sly Tobacco Society in as infincy and tie well known 9yinpath of our peop e for everything that a tendency o help the farmer wer also factors ip the choIce They will bewth us soon not loud grievancehs anarchi ts rantin atout predatory wealth but represelatativea of the vet salt Qf the earth the hone and sine Iof our commonwealth the farming class hey will pay their own way and wil ask for no special favors We bespea for them a cordial receptio- and kin fly hearing and that hospitable e treatm nt for which Winchesters just fam usWinchester Democrat he Tobacco ProsPects jlIoJ A press dispatch from Danville says lHradley Wilson one of the leading speakers and organizers of the Burle Tobacco Society was in Danville tQday andstated that all of the 1909 d crop will be sold under the hammer at tt once even if the price should go dawn to three cents a pound He does not consider the future outlook for tobacco growers to the Bluegrass sectIonvery hopeful He claims that the growers in the hill country which embraces very large per cent of the tobacco producers of the State will crowd the Bluegrass growers out of the as they can produce the weed mdustryI cheaper the land at the outs low priced and labor m the hill section is likewise lower The pool is stronger in the hill counties and those growers are said to be sore becausE tile Blue grass tarms are taking so little interest in the pool and ate willipg to throw their crop on the market at very low pricesSKENTUCKY VERBIAGE fnghsh Visitor Declares That at the xon Lan ua a is 1Wellas The following paragraph from an English periodical printed under a for ginA wealthy and scholarly but rather ec centric Englishman who has been traveling extensively in quest of the place or regop where the best Eugltsh is spoken gives it as his oPit ton that the purest English pronuncIation is to tt be heard among the educated people of the State of Kentucky r The population of Kentucky is nearly pure Ang1o Saxon and it is possible that this man conversed with John G Carlisle whose English was as dimple as Dean Swifts or with Proctor Knott whose English is as ornate ssBurker- or with Wm C P Breckenridge English was as elegant as wboseI or with Henry Watterson Thackerav A great French author perhaps the greatest who wrote that tongue de ared that Lord Bolin bloke spoke better French than Voltaire wrote and jtI is a fact that Carl Schurz when a see ator in Cpngress spoke purer English- than Thurman or Sumner orConkhng Carpenter or Edmunds Thereare many variations of the English tongue all the way from Samuel Johnson of the polysyllable to Daniel Defoe of monosyllable It is the language of Shakespeare and of Milton Chaucer much todo in the makingof it and Gladstone showed thegIOries Of it And for law and letters nothing In is world has yet equaled the tongue Bacon Pope or Poe It was never vigorous snow and its suprema s assured- g to BAD EFFECTS Of TllE WANDERLUST Strikes a Young Springfield Boy Who tilts the Old Mans Pocketbook and fights Out Raymond Shoemaker 16 years old a son of Gabriel Shoemaker a wealthy farmer who near here was ar rested in J ville last week as a IJVCS suspect He gave his name and that of his Cat who was communi rated wIth by Capt Mike A Wall Instructions were given to send the boy home When searched It was fouhd that the boy had a pair of new opera glasses a small gold watch nd 20 money He said he had purchased the opera glasses in Louisville for the pur girlsebete arrested he said he had beenl t riding school at Springfield five atll If om his home and derided the as too slow He hart u boy iriFUd in loominpton Illand concluded he a Accordingwa s father and added this to his own funds 10 and started for Bloomington In moneynter being arrested he said he believed he had seen enough of the world Iudll was willing to go back hpme It18 in time pf sudden mishap or ac Cide t that Chamberlains Liniment canIbe r lied upon w take t e place tli e family doctor who cn ot always be fou d at the moment when it is that iounYwounds and brUises Cha invent takes out the sore ens and drivel away the pain Sold b all druggists tl TERRIBLE EXPERIENCF TOf Two of Springfields Gay IYoung Lotharios on Sunday jlastHeartbreaking Domestic EpisOde mostheartrendIing last Twas thu ly Two lively young sports of this wipeawake burgI essayed a trip in the country on the above date and incidentally to pay a visitao a young lady of whom both ap IIthemAs they journeyed Jerry was dropped the fair rnamondas dwelling and Tom proceeded to a neighboring town returning later NowTom was as badly smitten with the fair damsels charms was Jerry and supposed that he had worked into her affections so far that Jerry had no show at all so he allowed him the best part of the day to make isjdear tQ the hearts of lovesick swains Twos company but threes a crowd was soon realized and the faIr young creature after listening to the plauIt ides ot the twointoxIcated wIth love 11jing herself retired for a few moments leaving our Don Juans holding downt the sofa r she lied goner the pair Megan to compare notes Jerry chuckled and said to Tom Say kid you amt m itIm the only simon pure ohnnyonthe spot article round he re1 Sorry kid but you didnt think shed care for anything of your brand whIle I was around Ive won out dear andlrere en Hul w come offsav hatItoe truest sweetest little angel alive know Ive got her all right Got tie engagement ring in my clothes Half an hour elapsed and us the dear girl had not returned they concluded to males some inquiries and going out to anythingofproCessed Ignorance The boys had not noticed a buggy driving up to the front door while they were arguing the point but upon this trivial incident hangs the climax to this horrible tale While engaged in a search for the musing dam eel they encountered an almost breath less colored lady hurrying into the house who exclaimed excitedly GlarI goodness Mia ef dot gal ob you s aint done gone an run off an er an ot married to somebody Yasm II done see dem From Jerry Whats that From TomtoIts a base falsehood toNo sah No sah l done geedem- Mainmu famts- Tomweeps Jerry Snivels Cat howls Tableau Exeunt all Curtain And so it happenedthis tactical young ladyjust sweet sIxteenhad pulled the wool over the eyes of theI whole bunch and eloped with the other fellow MoralKids dont cut much ice on such occasions if theres a smart man around with a buggy and a licenseI fOR ON TIPAJ10NI A Medicine That Does Not Cost lAnY ing Unless It Cures The active medicinal ingredients of Orderlies which are ud rlesF less and colorless is an entirely discovery Combined with other extremely valuable Ingredients it CormsI perfect bowel regulator RPxulli theIpalate and gentleness of action They do not cause grirtng or any disagreea bye effect or inconvenience Unlike other preparations for alike purpose they do not create a habit but instead they overcome the cause of list it acquired through the use of ordinary luxatiyes cathartics and harsh physic Ppermanently remove the cause of constipation irregular bowel action We will refund your money without IIargnment if they do not do is we day Two sizes 25c and lOc 11Sold only at our storeThe Rexall store Haydon Wlllett Drug Co l THE TERRIBLE WHITE PLMIUE- i p A Traveling AntiTuberculosis Ex hibitto be Sent Out as an Object Lesson ComjIIclded that the Association will equip- and send out through the State a traveling tuberculosis exhibit which will show the people in the form of graphic charts apd models the extent or tuberculosis in Kentuky and to inaugu rate protection against this great white plague Eugene Kerner secretorY of the State Association states that there are annually over 6500 deaths from tuberculosis in the State and that there are about 20000 cases extant in the commonwealth today The commi tee argues that such an exhibit will do a great amount of good and wlll bring the salient pointy conI meth11pdswho would not be reached in any other In connectIon with the exhibit there will be illustrated lectures by physicians end others and a special effort will be made to enlist the active cooperation of the teachers in each commu nitYI and thus get the first prmJlpleso prevention into the minds of the child rentNEED MOREfPRETTY TEACHERS Washington and Oregon Sending Out a Lry for Sdioolmams fine Field for Good Lookers IThe cry comes from the northwest OreIgongo marry so mand for female teachers is always greater than the supply This may beI a scheme to Set pretty schoolmarms toI come to those states by stating the possibilities eventualities Ifso it is a pretty good one At any rate some thoselognized at home Good teachers are in demand everywhere however while Women from which to select wives are as thick as leaves in Vallambirosor Kentucky especially in and sro nd Springfield Nowhere in the world an fairer women be f and than inIt old Kaintuck Family Reunion The twentieth annual reunion of theI Thomas H and Sarah T fariuly on Thursday Oct 6 at the home of Samuel Walter Williams near Springfield to celebrate the birthday of the mother Mrs Sarah T Williams IMI13 Williams departed this life in 1890 at the age of seventy two years leaving five boys besides her husband Thos H who survived her put a few year There now remain only three of the children Rev J H Jesse R find Samuel W Williams It was decided two years ago that the reunion should continue tof meet at broIthermeeting running according to the ages of the suns Notwithstanding a continuous downI pour ot rain on Thursday the meeting was well attended Those present were Rev and Mrs Jas Wllliams of Paris Ky Jesse R Williams and wife of Maple Hill Mrs Kate Williams Maple Hill Mrs 1heI resa Williams Bardstown Mr andI Mrs Wallace Brown Hardstown Mrs Mattie Bussey Louisville Mr and Mrsvap Sale Maekville Mrs Eliza Mitchell and son Ed Ll sey Ky Mr and Mrs C M Williams and sun ThosI Duwson Maple Hill Mr Bruce Williams and sons Holoing and Hugh Sanford and J B of Mooresville Misses Sue and Kate Rubel of Moores yule Dr and Mrs R Ii Williams New Hope Ky Mr and Mrs Newton Arnold Mt Zion Mrs Marvin Williams and daughter Itoraine of Louis vine Mrs JoeN Hays and son Edi- rl Boa of Mt Zion Messrs Reed eta Lagan Crume SpringheId and visitors Mr and Mrs Sam HardEsty of Wash iIgton County The reunion adjourned to meet next Ot 6at the residence of Mrs Theresa Williams of Hardstown Senator Root for thief Justice Washington Oct 12There is much interest here today In the story that Elihu Root is to be appointed Chief Justice of jthe supreme Court if the Republicans carry New York and if Colonel Roosevelt agrees to support representative William Bennett to such card Root as Senator from New York OUR COTTON- STILL KING Staple Money Crop of the loon Has Been Prime Factor Itry Our Eotrcial Rise ITne Houston Post figures from the outlook that Texas wlll produce totalIagainiview of the fact that the total crop of 1909 sold for more than 800000000 it wouldappear that there continues to be m ich truth In the saying that Cotton- is King and that Texas gives Its chief support to its claim to the tItle In this connection the Southern cOm- mercIal Con slhas complledstatistica showing that it is the cotton cropof the south that has enabled the Unite iStates t maintain the balance of trade fornearly 120 years- Thetotal value of aU exports from the United States during the period from 1790 to the fiscal year ended with June of last year ampuated practically Iaxgethatitbalance in favor of the United States during this period we are told has been 64361145G6 The Commercial coness further tells us that the gold brought back to ilia United States in payment of our cottonn crop amounted to 513599353086 and it should be borne in mind that this was merely in payment for our raw cotton The manufactured goods the cottonseed and the cotton seedoil which have attained to large proportions In value during recent years are left otit ofthe reckoning altogether Itis easy to see says the Washington Times in commenting on these fig ures that If it had not been for the cotton crop of the south the balance of trade would have been against u all these years It is the staple crop o the country and pas played a conspicuous part in bringing the United States to the commercial prosperity It now enjoys And all of this has been accomplished without affording the staple any of the protection which nnder favored tariff schedules has helped to enrich the states of the east at theexperie df the cotton producersof the south IT GROWS HAIR t Here Are facts We Want You To Prove at Our Risk Marvelous as it may seem Rex 1l 93 Hair Tonic has grown hair on ds that were once bald Of course llie none of these cases were the hair dead hor had the scalp taken on a glazed shinvappearauce Rexall 93 Hair Tonic acts setentif ically destroying the germs which are generally responsible for baldness It penetrates to the roots of the hair stimulating and nourishing them Itaip- most ple sant toilet necessitY deli cately perfumed and will not gunjfrJt- penanently stain the hair VIe want voir to get 1 bottle of Rexe aU 93 Hair Tonic and use it as directed Ii It oes not relieve scalpirrita tion remove dandruff prevent the hair from falling out and promote an increased growth of hair and in every way give satisfaction simply comeback and tell us and without question or for mattywe wIll hand back to you every penny you paid us for it Two sizes Wc and L00 Sold onlY at our store The Rexall store Thetlaydon Wu left Drug Co The pleasant puriatiye effect enced by aU who use Chamberlains Sty mach and Liver Tablets and tbeltitTcondition of body and mInd create makes one feel joytvlr all druggists t l r y 4 The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY An early and severe winter Is pre tlcted This Is cold comfort Nw York is the second city In the world but It feels big as the first Tire redeeming feature about the pictured hobble skirt Is Its impossi bwty Alcohol Is a necessity In paint It seem to have a special affinity for red Asint Whose business It Is anyway what particular variety or hat you choose twear IThe man who said summer Is over Is hunting his old straw hat in the ash barrel The government Is advertising for n ylotoinlst If you know a good one tell him about It Heres a centenarian who swears oil on liquor and tobacco Its never too tate you know Infant paralysis Is no respector of geeIt has just killed a woman of sixtysix in ConpacUcuL 4 Plttsburg man invents an apparatus Jor forecasting earthquakes No fam Uy should be wIthout one Count Zeppelins airships can never Increase their popularity by makin g a specialty ot lowing up What a fine opening that alligator wImmlng at large In Paw Paw lake offers to ambitious bathers Market report announces lstrong at 32 cents a dozen How much for those that are not A fund to pension aged andworn bet authors Is suggested Why not pension worn out readers The man who always gets up at daylight In the summer time does tbecause the files wont let him sleeJ any longer According to advice coUnterfeit fiftydollar bills are being circulated but fortunately most ot us aro out of the danger zone A 60000 bulldog has died In Eng land and there Is to be a postmortem investigation It Is an Important thing to be a 60000 bulldog Emperor William Is a man of stub born opinions He sun sticks to the belierf can an opera A western minister informs us thai automobile speeders never go to heaven Probably the golden starts are policed too well to attract them New York plans to spend over 000000 for Its health next year As that Is less than 1 New Yorker It would see to be worth the money It has been estimated that the ave age American eats 82 pounds ot r every year Now wed like to kno was how many pounds he pays for to get that quantity The astronomers who are trying t work up another comet scare ar hereby politely but firmly advise that the public Is disillusioned DGW about anything comIng back The hobble skirt according to on- of 4 the fashion journals will die natural death HayIng seen It action we are afraid some of Its twearers will not be so fortunate The grasshopper serves no usef purpose declares a scientist Indeed Did the scientist ever go out ufte- small mouth bass In August when th bass wouldnt bite on green frogs The aviating joyride has been In augur ted This should be nipped In the bud With aviation going on in a scientific and respectable manner It will upset aerial travel at the start to have reckless aviators darting along through space ready to rolllde with any other old aeroplane whit P may happen along or to drop on un suspecting pedestrians without warn lng In actual warfare thn dropping dynamite bomb down the funnels a battleship from an aeroplane wou- doulitless cause serious internal com pUcatlonFi on the part of the battle ship Bit also the platting ot a om to three Inch shot In the motor steering apparatus of the would dtubtless disorganize the air ship belligerent It Is all a Question of which gets Its projectllo proper p Located first A parachute performer In red tlgb frightened the Rockefeller estate descending on It from the- air and was carefully carried outside the Perhaps they thought It was the Unnhaired siren whose recent dla- Iovery has so perturbed tile oil trust A young woman in New York tried to km herself because editors won to wecausent rE population of the country would ng ago have ceased making o RFDW Uit1 i oensua returns fI IOUNDSTATE ABOIJT 1 OST IMPORTANT NEWSI GATHERED FROM ALL ARTS OF KENTUCKY i+ Mfo I f t T fortyfifth annual sessi m of th Ken ucky Union Sundaysch claU n closed at Winchester Sunda Oct er 9 The attendance was not as ige as was expected on account or a excessive rains about the be ginn ng of the session and the wash outs on some or the roads in the wst- ern art of tike state The me Ling has beer highly successful and those In char e ot matters are very much plea ed with the results About 800 was raised for carrying on the work beau es the usual assessments T e work of the day began with an earl morning meeting conducted by Dr enry Sweets of Louisville No runt er sesslpn was held during the nor tug the attending the vad us Sundayssboq1s and services of the church s In the afternoon a servIce for c Jlfiren was held con duct d by Miss Nannle Lee Frazier Of Lout Yllle This was followed by a- ma meeting at which short talks wen made In the evening the Rev T Tinitt of Danvllle made an ad dres on Improving Our Standards He was followed by Dr W C Pearce of Chicago on Convention Impres brReIng Home Tie invitation of the Louisville Comm clal club to old the next annual l session In that was accepted The resultedsesident Jude Ed C qRear o FI kfort vice resident J B Wea yen ot Louisville treasurer Clarence wa ins Louisvill- general secretary He George A JoplIn Louisvill fie workers Rev T G Gebaner- ot Henderson and W J Vaughn Lotsvnle office secretary Itliss Frances Gregsby Louisville State superintendents were named as follows Elementary division Miss Nanni- Lee Frazier LouisvIlle intermediate division Miss Madeline Reaper Louis vine adult division Prof 1V J Mc GlothlIn D D Louisville work Herman Bowman Versailles or ganizatIon the Rev C E Grafton Winchester state committee class of 1913 1I S Booker Louisville Rev C F KrIete Louisville Rev Henry H Sweets D D Louisville Ed F Vetsteln Louisville George Stoll Louisville Evan S Rees Louisville RevJ PStrother Danville George H Frank Maysville M T SlcEldowney Winchester GEORGETOWN DRX Court of Appeals Affirrits Decision of Lower Court kr iASa re uk of the court judgmentthe 01 of Nunry etc Georgetown will be dry the court holds that the dry s carried Georgetown at the last loco option election by a majorityof two votes After the last local option elec lion the drys claimed to have carried threee onde a contesting board threw out the contested vote leavIng a vote of 529 for and against whIsky making theen resultawas s won the court hold ing that the drys had a ofl rtlholdscosut are or voters thee the election officers cap nbt carry th ballot to the voters who rerriain in vehicles and then have those votes counted NEW LOUSVILLE BRIDGE Discussed Board By Kentuckrand Indian Louisville KyThe directorsof the Kentucky and Indiana Bridge Co met here for thepurpose of discussing plane for the construction of the ne rivedr lies Those present were Judge Alex Humphrey president of the company Fairfax Harrison president of the prenEs J Trabue counsel for the Monon and George H Campbell of the Ohio Southwestern Vett nobyt resolution offered at a meeting son consiTId J Lyhin5tttided to continue their organization so long us one of their number allvl and it was further decided tb when there remains only one what ever fends the association may have anUsedd eUatb0 a SERIOUSLY INJURED Judge T L Henritze Falls Down Steps at Middlesboro Middlesboro Judge T L Henritze- a prominent attorney of this city tell down the steps leading from his of fits sustaining fatal injuries He was picked up at the foot of the steps unz conscious with bl od flowing from his mouth nose ear and eyes Physt clans say he canposs1bly recover He Is supposed t have tripped on hie cane as he starts down the steps Judge Henritz was one or Ken tuckys represent tires to the Amer lean Bar associa ion which met lit Chattanooga rec tly He is an influential Democ t and interested in several business nferprises He was formerly from V lCh N Va I Kentucky Rashes Winchester The retail merchants of Central Kentucky are organizing a wholesale grocery company which will prove of great benefit to them The object of the organization is to take the place ot thejobber thereby cutting out the middle mans profit The com tany is to be organized by 100 mer chants taking 200i worth of stock the money thus raised going into a fund to buy such grocerIes as are handled by the members or the company The distrIbutor or these goods whose headquarters will be at Winchester will send the merchants a price list each week and the merchant can send in his qrder from same It is claimed that gentfromCyst 013 per cent whereas it costs from 10 per cent to 10 per cent for It to go through the hands of the Jobber Lexington While working hie horses at the trotting track the veteran driver and trainer Mike Bower man was stricken with paralysis and carried to his home in an unconscious offand has driven many horses to fast records He drove General Watts to a worlds record for a threeyearold 20G U here several years ago which record Stood until broken by Colorado E this summer RussellviUeAt a meeting of busl ness men of Russellville held at the courthouse an organization of acorn elecetton of Judge Gal es Cooksey as Presi J D Evan first vice president ldent S V Freed m second vice presi pmnBtotlderEdbaugh and j VTalker Somerset 1 lie setting the Zolli cotter monument to mark the grave of Gen Zolllcofrer he bullet that killed this brave Confederate officer is be lieved to have been found It was found on the exact spot where Gen Z011icolrer was killed and where the monument will be placed The heavy rains off late had washed the earth and the was found buried in the ground bfl DanvHler and firs R H Part rash on their wedding tour passed through here en route from home In Indianapolis hid to Atlanta Ga They were maki g the trip on a motor cycle and both ere riding the same machine Befor returning to Indianapolis they expect to cover a trIp of several thousand mile- sLexlngtonThe 1911 session ot thE Grand lodge I 00 Fof Kentucky is in session in the Auditorium here There are at least 800 representative from the 392 subordinate lodge throughout the state n attendance at this session of the Grand lOdge Frrn1tfortEd Gordjn sentenced to life imprisonment for killing V Covert in Dell county tires pardoned by Acting Gov Cox Gordlni was paroled about tell rears ago serving nine years but for slight orense was reo turned to the penitentiary Acting Coy Coxsaid C vent made a dying statement that Gerdin did not fire thE Shot that killed lam MayJieldBy a timely discovery the attempt to burn the plant of the lLes senger Publishing Co was prevented theetorch the rear door slid poured large quantities of coal oil over the floor havers and machinery Pedestrians passing the street gave the alarm before the fire had gained much head wdy and thereby saved a disas- strous loss to property Mt SterUnlMrs MarIah Craw ford one of the most widely known women In this section was found dead in bed at the home of her daughter Mrs Howard French In this city It is supposed her death was caused by coughwIng spoil Mrs Crawford was 78 years of age and was one of the older resl dents of the city Besides her daugh ter she Is survived hy one son James Crawford of Columbus Ga Tamestow n John H Smith of the firm of H Smith d Co doing bust ness at Font Hill died at his home andefarmer Ho was about 90 years of and a Royal Arch Mason Hendersonlira Zorah J Tblen was acquitted of the charge that she murdered her husband Lein W Eb foundehim according to her testimony In the embrace ot a negro cook blen his wits testified attempted to aSsault her when she fire4 Bishop VoodcocR of Louisville was dinatennial convention of the Protestant Episcopal church by tle Cincinnati Brotherhood of St Andrew and in Cn- cinnati this weeK = plush velvet and leaves HATTERS divide the honors durIng the coming winter All furry surfaces are in great demand among those who are making ready for the winter tle enUc Ing mllllnery which never falls to fin our eyes with beauty and our hearts with longing Milliners are busy In the bythepreparedtoery that has been produced for many a season The winter hats are good from the viewpoint of shape sIze material and workmanship The cOlorings arerich and elegant there is ati absence of- overtrimming and In the majority the size Is not exaggerated Ostrich Persiandraperies trimmingTheand picturesque afl a rule and trim plumesfiveone hat Fur hats on the other hand are turban shape and by comparison with the average size to which we have become accustomed they may be called small Beavers are medium or BUTTONS ARE OF ALL KIINDS Wide Selection Possible This Season for Those Fond of This Kind of Ornament Pearl buttons lead in favor as trim wings and for practical use In the fall styles They are In white black motherot pearl and dyed shades Most of these puttons are very large nearly all In 18 and 20 sizes Demigiobe and cud shapes are seen with false eyes or blackrimmed eye lets Often the artificial Ivory but tons are dyed In two colors or in black and a color Metal buttons like metal passemen terles are largely Byzantine In effect Dull brown antique gold and silver and hammered copper are some of the effects shown usually In shell pattern Glass and enamel buttons show ant mal figurespolar bears wolveslogs etcmounted In silver These are es pecflIlY fur coats A few porcelain designedior are also shown painted patterns Among novelties pendants In imitations of jewels and small black and red glass buttons are offered NEW WAIST MODEL This charming new model is of blue silk voile Th and bretelles are of silk embroidery of the same shade anti the corselet is or blue liberty The short sleeves are cut in one piece with the bpdY 01 the waist and are finished with bands of the em brofaery over purr of white muslin large and trimmed In many ways The trimming Is selected with regard to the age of the wearer for the beaver hat is o respecter of ages and is worn by the little miss and the mature matron Three examples of this thoroughly practical hat are shown here A pretty turban shape is finished with a single broad plume and Persian silk fashioned into an ornament and drape This Persian shows touches of gold The hat Is in tones of blue and green belonging to the peacock colorings A lovely tricorn in black and white is trimmed with a plush ornament and a spray of short white and black half plumes mounted three in the cluster A smart black aigrette garnishes the pompon trimming Abe large shape in a petunia color Is designed for a miss and is therefore simply trimmed with a big bow made of shaded moire ribbon The lines of the flat shape are almost un broken These hats have mucJi to recommend them They are durable and comfortable swell as pretty and fashionable The fortunate possessor ot a last years beaver will find it gooinvestment CHARM IN PERFECT VOICE Probably No One Thing Is More Worth Cultivating Than Pure Musical Tone Many women overlook the fact tha nothing betokens true refinement more unerringly than a pure earnest well modulated voice free from affectation In fact it is IIi the voice that the secret of the charm of many women lies Not every person may have the vantage ot lessons In every person who will may cultivate a voiceThe talk ctJyLetrIUld as musical as you can produce them Did you ever hear a person speak the name of Brown so that it sounded really musical Most people pronounce It with the throat almost closed and from the front of the mouth There must be a resonance In the voice speakingUnct as the first Listen yourself when you speak and catch the first raIse note Do not speak In monotone but mod ulate your voice to give expression just as you would follow the signs in music Pitch your voice to suit the time and placenot so low as to appear secret nor so high as o seem bold and nervous The Vogue of atirl Satin says a Paris uthOrftY Is used for everything th t a woman could carry That Includes handbags scarfs parasols bands on long gloves the new reticules In our grandmothers style fans everythingall appear In hea satin usually In black or In black an white materialfor Black and White Eton Among the new eton suits sent ou by the Paris dressmakers may be noted creamcolored moire suits with square black sailor collarS of mousse line de sole and also black actin suits with white cloth sailor collars finish ed with a double row ot gUt button- down the front of the short jacket In Mack and white fabric com Ina bone white silk with 1t vqvcI stripe has been seen al1J ACT PROMPTLY KIdney troubles are too dangerous to neglect Little disorders grow serious and the sufferer Is s n in the grasp of diabetes dropsy or fatal BrIghts disease Deans Kidney Pills cure all distressing kidney ills They make sick kidneys well weak kidneys strong E C McClanahan Market St New Richmond 0 says Kidney disease had almost brought me to grave I was rendered almost helpless and suffered agony My feet were so badly swollen I could not walk The kidney secretions were thick and painful iu voiding I doctored but steadily grew weaker I then used Doans Kidney TheytavedRemember the nameDoans For sale by all dealers 50 cents sboa FosterMilburn Co futalo N T MEAN INSINUATION l J Miss LivelyIsnt It strange that baseball players are seldom sun struck Mr Fussy Not necessarily Sun stroke Is an affection pf the brain When Womans Work is Done Somebody said Womans Vfork is never done Anything that emend pates her rom this form of slavery is hailed with joy This Is the rte- n for the constantly increasing pop clarity of Easy Task Soap the hard white pure laundry soap that does half the work ot washday b Itself Add to this the fact that It pdsitlvelY does not rot or streak the clothes that it launders laces linens flannels silks bedding table cloths and all fabrics perfectly and you will un derstand why it should be in your house right away His Inalienable RIght nextIThe new teacher will like WIllie thedprocess may take seyeral terms Willies teacher began to like himrjust before the close of the school year and she testified to her affection by offering him a pocketknife There Willie she said yoU have tried so hard to be a good boy that I am going to give you this nice four bladed pocketknifebut you must schooltTake It back teacher said Willie sadlyCleveland Plaindealer ExperIence Teaches Sure and Oi tink it pays to be honest aUher aU said Pat Oi intlosht money by utiHovso Did you get found oat asked his friend No sorr returned Pat rJi made the mistake of fillitr me welshts wad lead so that Ivery iIlon that come to me for wan pound of sugar got twlnty three ounces to the poundHarpers Weekly Indefinite am positive this actress buys her puffs ICh onesnewspaper or hair dres A arejss philosopher says a maa never knows who his friends are usrtil he asnt any- One genius Is about all the average family can afford Post i Toasties A bowl of these crisp withdcream or milk is some thing not soon forgottenJ Wliats the use of cook lunchtwhen Post Toasties ready to serve direct from the package are so delicious 5The Memo ry Lingers POSTtmcmtEAL cO LTD Eattro Greek Mic- I I t KENTUCKY GLEANINGS I WHAT IS GOING ON INnDIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH I W FOR NEW COURTHOUSE Campaign Opened With Several Speeches at Shelbyville ShelbyvilleThe opening guns in- ffIIA fhe campaign recently inaugurated pr a concerted movement ot some otthe leadIng farmers of Shelby county in conjunction with the Business Mens association for a new 75900 court house were fired when Circuit Judge Charles C Marshall County Judg Ralph Gilbert Col Harry Yeissinger r V J Thomas and others delivered ad dresses advocating the proposed bond issue to be Voted on at the ensuin November election From this time on it is the intentio- of the citizens behind the movemen t to wage a whirlwind campaIgn in- which speeches Will be made in ever hreetnct and all means used to treat a sentiment which will result in new emple of justice more in keep ing ith tire rank Shelby holds In the listof the wealthy counties ot th state i COURTS DECIDES That Wendling Must Be Tried in the Kentucky Courtt Louisville KyJudge Gregory in the criminal court here has overrule 5ta motion Of attorneys for Joseph Wendling the alleged murderer o Alma KellnertfC transfer his case to the federal ct1Urt and the demurrer to the indictments In hIs decision Judge Gregory held that the Jefferson circuit coUrt has jurIsdiction of the case and that the claim of counsel that he is entitled under the state constitution and the constitution of the United States to a trial by a jury composed of six alien Frenchmen natives of his own country and six Americans was held to not apply to the case at bar The case was set for trIal November 21 writof habeas corpus sum causa will be asked for the federal court br J Reginald Clements attorney fort Wendling GOVERNOR REFUSES PARDON Matthew Carroll Will Be Tried for the Fourth Tim- eFrankfortBefore leavIng for Harvard university Gov Willson refused to pardon Matthew Carroll of Bel countY who goes on trial for the fourth time for kt1llng Wlll Begly se oral sears ago With a chair in Mid was about to stab Carroll cousin when Carroll struck and kllled p him GOY Willson says that if Carroll was close enough to hit Begly with a chair he should have caught holdsIris hand The state board ot pharmacy won victory iii the court of appeals whe the case of Katzman vs Common wealth from Jefferson was affirmed The effect of the decision Is that a druggist pan not sell morphIne ar other poiSons to anyone except upon the prescription of n physician Katz man Is a druggIst and he was Indicted upon Information furnIshed the co- monwealth through the state board of pharmacy for selling morphine to a man without the written o n ot a physician and without satisfying himself that the poison ass to be used for legitimate Purposes Attorneys for Katzman contended thttt the wprds retail and legitimate purposes asas ustd in Section 2f30 of the Kentuclc statutes were too indefinite and uncertain and therefore the statute is Invalid The court here In an ex haustive opinion by Judge Carroll says the langUage ot the statute Is sti- ciently gi specific and upholds the f- Iimposed on Katzman It is charged by the officials of the FIdelity Trust Co that Ropkes actual defalcations amount to 1401000 but the indictments do not cover near that amount and other indictments likely to be returned wlll not for it is stated by Lorraine Mix assistant commonwealth atorney that indictments will nnly be returned for alleged defalcations during the present year ElktonThe Todd county fair came to its final close In the c blned sweepstake 100 ring Wilson Bros of Cave City won first premium B P Eubank of Hopklnsville second- S Ray Auburn thIrd and W A Dl inson Trenton fourth For the fin Cest stall of horses shown under the halter Wilson Bros won first J S Rtty second John Daly of Franklin thIrd WhitesburgJohn B Cornett gged 66 years of Dry Fork died there aft a brIef illness of blood He received a wound severalyears ago in the leg which continually gave hint much pain and at last resulted in blood poisoning and death- CarlisleArrangements have be made for the annual agrIcultural fair which wlll be held here October 15 A large premium list has been otter ed by local merchants and prepa rut lions have been made to entertain o of the largest crowds ever seen hen Agricultural products from all o Nicholas county will be exhibited SUNDAY SCHOOL C NjENTION Fort y Fifth Annual Mee Winchester 1 Tinches1erThe 45th anal convention of the Kentucky pion Sun dayschool association convened here Owing to the heavy fall ofialu the at tendance at the Initial meeting was ot so large as was expected This association represents the Sunday schools ot all denomInations in the state composing about 4200 schools and delegates are here from at least 100 counties The sessions were held in the spacious new building ot the First Chris tian church with a seating capacIty or 1200 tQ 1000 The music was under the direction of E O Excel the great musical composer of Chicago and the accompanIst was Alvin W Roper one of the worlds greatest pIanists who was the pianist at the worlds convert lion at Washington Two of the worlds greatest ecretaries were here Y C Pearce who is nt the head of ithe great adult Bible class movement and Dr Franklin McElfresh who has charge of the leachers training work or AmerIca daybconsIsted of the welcome address by andnthe presidents annual address by M H Baker oi Louisville Huston Quinn of Louisville chairman of the state ex ecutIve committee spoke an Another secaetary delivered an address on Kentucky Sundayschools and the aYer Amereeas by John Htites of Louisville president of the Inter nationa Sundayschool association ALL READY FOR REUNION Confederate survivors of Orphan Brigade to Meet at Franklin FranklinEver thing was In readI fHess for the greatest reunion in the that famous Confederate command the Orphan Brigade Be ciders wearers of the gray from all over hhe Kentucky many attended from over the border in Tennessee font dIstinguished Confederate om- cers Including Gen Bennett H Young and Gen W B Haldemanof Louis vine were in attendance A large delegation of Orphans from Louisville was among the earlY arrivalsILouIsvIlle TImes responded to the address of welcome at the reunionI Gen Haldeman is very n Simpson county havIng often visited friends here SUDDEN DEATH Aped Spencer Woman Ylct Acute IndteticnI1rap aged 75 of her brother 1V N Cochran near Waterford She went to Waterford re Gently to attend the centennial at the Plum Creek Baptist church of which she was a member 62 years egular service Therefi in a better of health than usual until after when she had an attack of acute indigestion from whIch she died Tayrae her Charles P nPolk and Matthew PoII PYTHIANS ADJOURNED ShelbYilleThe Grand lodgeof the Knights of Pythias before adjourn meat voted down an amendment10 the heremafter aU meetings sho be held etth erJin Torbsville or xtngton but i as ordered that Lexl ston should be the meeting place on each alternate year the Pythian ho e is located in that city eThe Pythian Sisters elected ofIirs follows Grand c ref llarYA LilSgrant junior rUss Matilda Ruby Latonia grand manager Mrs Mary Freeman Gray grand mistress of records Mrs Eva Farrell Dayton grand mistress of nefinance Miss Fannie P yule grand protector I3owles Covington BaileytOUIS Helen Gilman Wilton Tara Bowls Louisville chief Mrs Anna E Shr Mrs Shreck the retiring rand chief was presented with a be uUrllJ emblem ring RAINS SWELL ROLLING FORK l ElizabethtownThe heavy rain have again flooded Rolling Fork sub merging the corn In many places and doing considerable damage to thel crops There was a 30foot rIse about 10 days ago which cover d the corn crops above the ears entailing a loss ot thousands of dollars The farmer along the bottoms have been trobl unfortunate thIs year as the first crop which was planted early In the spring was destroyed by high water I ernC F HANSON DIES Lon onC F Hanson died herc niter an illness with typhoid f vet of eight weeks Mr Hanson Is a native of Berea Ky having moved here fiorr that place a year ago The body was conenducted by the Masons ot Which order he was a prominent member H e leaves a wIdow and a daughter 4 ears old Mr Hanson was one of the best netelephone men In Eastern Kentucky anumIrL1 PRISONER WEDS GIRL IN JAIl John Jones Marries Girl He Fought for So Fiercely as to Be Arrested LondonuRusty John Jones who broke jail here three months ago and was finally captured in Hamilton 0 after an exciting chase of several days and returned to jail marrIed in the jail officeIto MIss Cora Bullock by Rev ot the M E church South Tones was first put in jail for an ass ult on a rival for taking his sweethear out drivIng Afterward lie broke jail and success fully eluded the officers in several exciting escapes during one of which a Covington negro named John C Cardron was shot and killed at Ky He managed to get over into Ohio where he had secured employment at havewProbab1yremained telltale love letters to and from the girl At the coming term of circuit court next month he must face a number of charges amongthem breaks g jan malicIous eherIff Scovlll assault and resisting ti12st LEFT ON DOOTEP Paris Woman Finds Pretty Little Waif in Basket PartsWhen Mrs Thomas Roberts wife of an L N engineer living near the L N passenger station went to her front door to start for ri vIsit to fewIrs on a basket in which peacefuh reposed a blueeyed boy baby apparently five months old he child was well dressed and a bottle of milk way by its side The oberts will care fOlrthe waif until so a disposition is made of itIt is believe that some one passing through Paris n a through train loft the child whe ait was found The clothing was o the richest texture but unmarked In Y way THREE OF THEM And All Girls Contributed By th e Stork tQ the Miller Family LexlngtonTriplets all girls aggre gating 17U pounds were born to Mr and Mrs Tos Miller at their farm eight miles from Lexington on the Winchester pike The babies have been named Catherine Coleman Carolyn Brows and Corinne Barkley Miller The mother and babies are doing nice ly The father wno is well to do d the superintendent ot the SundaY school at lIacedoriia church Is very proud of the increase in his family The only other child Is a boy 3 year- old Prior to her marriage tits Millet was Miss Eddie Thomas daughter ot Mr and Mrs AQ Thomas who reside near LexIngton Kentucky State News NewportJoseph M Betz aged H years former clerk of Campbell noun ty died He had been ill for several days having suffered an attack of heart failure He was a ell knotivn Elk He assisted in organizing t1I9 Newport lodge 16 years ago He served three terms as clerk of bell county Local Democrats ha boomed him for state auditor HopkinsvilleArticles of incorporation were filed by the D W Kitcnen Co with U000 capital stock fhe Incorporators are Dixon W Kitchen Ruble Dick Kitchen and T Beak Smith Thee new concern takes over theHopper Kitchen book store and will do a wholesale and retail bust waltl paper BarboursvlJeVork has been start d on the rye Fork extension oJ th Cumberland railroad in upper Knox thegushdevelopment The line will be three miles in extent and will be flrfshed with all speed possible as a number of operations have already been start ed on coal lea es- HendersollJim Hatfield a coal miner was shot intllo back by John Puckett on the premises of Dills sa loon in this Icity and died a few min utes after being taken to the City lios pits1 It Is said Pucltet admitted dong the shooting and gave as his rea son that it was an old grUdg Further than that he would not g ye any- ytarticulars of the affair Kentucky postmasters haveboen appointed as follows Tairtlrorn Hart county Tames F Perkins vice C S Dobson resigned Rhodelia Meade county Georgia M Murphy vice a E K ouch resigned lE1izabethtown Ewell Nelsons a wellknown young man of near Vine Grove sustained perhaps fatal Injuries while returning home from town The horse vliici lIe was driving became trihteged and ran away Young el- sett was thrown from the buggy with great violence and his skull was fractured LouisvilleJames S Darrett 75 lresldent and organizer or the German Security bank and one or Louisvilles most prominent financiers dIed at his home after a weeks illness He came to Louisville 50 years ago He M sur vtvett hy a widow three daughters and lUte Barrett a brother Death was due to colitis Taylorsville Miss Ida Nicholls this county was adjudged Insane in Judge Rairds court and was committed to the asylum at Lakeland In former years Miss Nicholls was a teacher and taught successfully in the schools neat her horn TICKS ARE DEGENERATE RELATIVES OF SPIDERS Horrid Little Insects Fasten Themselves on Animals and Haman Beings and Suck Blood Until They Are Full The horrie little insects known as wood ticks which fasten themselves upon animals and human beings and suck the blood until they become nearly four times theIr normal size minute dangerous relatives of spi ers which have become to a greater or less degree parasitic They constitute with the mites a group Ava inallanimalssize but some become when swollen as large as hazel nuts The head Is small and almost merged Into the neck but is armed with powerful biting jaws having backwardpointed teeth enabling the creature to hang on firmly alter burying its head In the skin of any animal with a clutch soft enough to be penetrated These mites and ticks abound In grass herb age and on the leaves of bushes on the under side ot which some species make galls When a large animal p 1 1J4iWood Ticks HJppopotamusMiteful Tick European comes along they seize upon it search some place in the skin soft and moist enough for their purpose drIVe In their jaws and having secured a firm hold begin to suck the blood and juices until they can hold no more and may have swelled from the size of a duckshot to that ot an oval filbert Stimulated by this gorge the eggs of the female develop rapidly are voided and fall to the ground or brushed oft oti loaves where they pres ently hatch and soon afterwards the parent dies If let alone the presence of the tick does not seem to annoy sticks animals greatly although the gather sometimes In solid ofrhi British East Africa but If an at t creatureI J Wi Moose Tick The mouth part of a tick showing the barbed jaws and sucking apparatus oft after It is well anchored the breakdthe head will remain In th skin to de coy and form a festering wound Hence the head should ways be pIcked out with a needle or similar sharp instrument and the instrument should first be sterilized The red spider which troubles our the English harvestbug the Minute mites of theses and of sugar and the still more minute skin parasite ot the Itch disease are members of this same group There are however certain familyeinfest birds sheep I In the erection of good substantial fences proper bracing is all important and the method or bracing here shown will keep post from moving even when wires were stretched by the use of a wagon wheel turned as a cap stan and drawn so taut that every wire will ring when struck like the string ot a violin It is well to anchor the three posts shown on the diagram by spiking a 2x6 ns shown in the cut one on the face and one on the back of the post and placing a piece of plank or stone across and then packing The earth solidly around the post The post hole should not be cut sloping but as straight as possible resembling a mor Use as cut by a carPenter If the post hole Is cut sloping It Is impossible to tamp the earth solidly around the postl as the will spread instead I and some other animals andaremown as ticks which must not btt founded with the true acarid ticks since they aro true insectS one of these is the means of carrying the southern cattle disease called Texas fever from one annmal and hr A Larval TIck Showing six long legs whIch are oft In thee first transformation and are replaced by the four feet ot the adult to another when a person find he has ticks upon him he should at one cover them with thick oil and grease beneath which they will soon die and fall or can be removed without breaking off and leaving the head The same is true of animals There is hardly any animal which is tree from their attacks and the accompanying illustrations show two kinds which afflict the rhinoceros and hippopotamus as well s some crea tures nearer home It Is in search of them principally that the starllnp and other birds search the hides 01 these and other large animals when resting and get the name otutick birds VACCINES FOR FARM ANIMALS Treatment of Many Conditions ta Horses as Well as Catty and Doss Has Given Great Relief yB1 KAUPP Colorado Agricultural College It has been only a few months since bacterial vaccine has been used on the lower animals The treatment ot many conditions in horses as well as cattle and dogs by bacterial vaccines made from the germs th at produce the disease has give great relief It was announced from the laboratory of pathology of the Agricultural college a few mon ago that the preparation ot a vaccine from the germs that cause the Sup puration In fistula and poll evil had given great success In experimental trials in our hospital practice It Is also found that not only will this vaccine effect a cure In over 9 6 per cent of the cases of tlstula and poll evil when used by competent men but it Is useful In pus formations following nail pricks wire cuts or injuries ot other kinds Quittors yield to its effects The chemical substance contained within these germs stimulates the cells ot the body when Introduced Into It to build up or form a substance that makes it impossible for the germ to dive is its presence The pus becomes less thIcker wound finally dry and healing goes on uninterruptedly Likewise a vaccine made from the germs that cause distemper in horses effects a cure In a very few days and U given at the InItial stage o the disease without pus formation These vaccines are hypodermically given at stated Intervals The bodl will make its own repairs If only th right stimulus is applied CORNER POST WELL BRACED I t tI t It Jx Xji J4u u 11 the earth t of packing under the blows of the tamper The post holes should be cut as near the size of the post as possible allowing sufficient space for tamping at the back and not more than an inch at each side whore a thin tamper can be used The face of the posthole should be dug straight and plumb and the posts set firmly against it all the tamping being done at the back and at the sides ot the postThe seven foot posts are to be used and the lower wire Is 16 Inches Iron the surface of the ground the next wire nine Inches above and the other two wires nine and onehall alartrespectively Thc will make the fence amplefortake to leap over barbed witi fence 4- r I WILL MAKE YOU PROSPEROUS If N 1A sad WaJ So mke la lea it or wta- tw I will teIby u J08SpeeW amalrt otagoostymria ts ertyodua for wM ItaI Sao sat aM filii pd s rs neE TOIAL10OPEUT1YE Iwn M R BerailRsre 20 Is WHAT WE CAN SAW YOU ON ANY BUQQY Top Buggies Runaboais WagomWheels Write kr f fist tL WILL t2lt BUOI Jc SCHEU CO 4a0 Cetut u IteHnJ Ic1HatL ow Typewriters 1114 Price- E L Booth Co 43 LaSalle St Chicaea 1ssHetedRtth some f nMI iH = EJ Nitrt TO SAVE TIME Algy WeaklingMiss WIse Iaw- that IsGladys lerdesire tow real 1y Illim7nanswer ready by the time you have gotten it out of your system 0Prize Fighting and Prayer The little son of Nelson T Wender of Seattle has been trained by his father to box He isi only six years of age His father puts the gloves DB with him and usually after a feW rounds holds him down on the floor until he counts him out in the regular fashIon on OnetWothree kne1td9nthis f ors and began Oh Lord onetwothreefour flveI J remembered himself and said quickly Souse Ime God J thought I was being counted out Popular Drag azine The Retort Courteous Now said the suffragette orator sweeping tie audience with ner eagle eye I see Mr Dobbs sitting down there in the third rowa man who has condescended to come here to entsHefhas what I have had to s y and I think we should like to hear from him land get a mans view ot our cause Mr Dobbs tell us what you thInk of the suffragettes tOh I eQCouldnt mmmaam stammered Dobbs I rurreally ccouldnt Thuthere are 1llulladle- pnppresentHarpers Weekly If In search of a close friend select one with a close mouth 4 DAME NATURE HINTS When the Food Is Not Suited r When Nature gives her signal that generallywith iWays faithful and one should act at once To put oft the change is to risk that whIch may be Irrepll1sblo An ArIzona man says For years I coUld not safely eat any otbreakfaststarchy messes which gave me distressing headaches I drank strong coffee too which appeared to benefit me at the tine but added to the head aches afterwards Toast and bofee- Rere no better for I found the toast very constipating = thebIdfoods and use Postum and GrapeNuts instead I shall never regret taking his advice I began using them three months ago The change they have worked in me is wonderful Inowhaveno more of the dlStreM1i1g sensations iUII stomach after eating nd I neverhae headaches I have gained 12 pounds in weight and fool better in every way GrapeNuts make a delicious as wen as a nutritious dish and 1 find that Postum is easily digested and never produces dyspepsia symptoms Theres n Reason f Get the little book The Road te- Wenvrne in pkgs aNK roof tine offers yetterT A isweae appears frees tie to time They- are testae trss sat II of Laaa1 IIU e a Tr I L 4 THE 1PRINGFI IP SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER I 1910 J TLOO in Gold ASH PRfZES 5000 in Gold BURLEY TOBACCO FAIR Given by The WASHINGTON COUNTY TOBACCO WAREHOUSE co At Springfield Saturday Nov 5 1910 h PREMIUMSFIRST SECOND THIRD Best Bright Leaf 1000 500 230 1fBest Red Leaf 750 500 250 lugs 750 5 00- Best Trash 250 250 2750 1750 500 yourlt nce No entrance fee Everybody invited to attend no cnarge whatever Our warehouse on the railroad is owned by the tarmer and run for the farmer LEss expensive to dell with us and better than hogshead markets highestpricesROBT TBOHANNANGENERAL MANAGER AND AUCTIONEER J RIN6EIELD ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY U SCRIPTION = ONE DOLLAR In Advance L SMITH Editor alld PllblfsherI dlatered at the postoffice Springfield fly for transmission thrQug the ssJ u secondclass TERMS OF SUBSCRI ION o e Year 1 nOb Wx 50 Three Months 7S DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON r VALLEY fULL haste1turnedvisit to her grandparents Mr and Mrsj M Reed of tins placeIMIss Madge tmues the guest of her sister M Jfs T C Tatum r Mr and Mrs Hark Shehan are re celvmg congratulations upon the recent arrival at their home of a son Papat is wearing a smile that wontrub off Ju Moran Jr purchased a bunch of extra beef cattle from Croak and Fitzgerald last week to be dtliyered Nov I John D Janes has rented the Walker farm at this place from S P Derring er of Springfield and 1111 move on January 1st- Erastus Derringer has purchased a farm near Springfield where he will remove shortly M J LMoran and children visit ed Springfield Saturday Several from this place attended the- stock sale of Hite Clements on last Saturday Byron Croake of Snringiield was in his section Thursday on business r Mr Colie Janes and fa ily of Louis vIlle will move to the farm ot his- father Mr 1 L Janes of thIs place mere he will farm dunn1Tthe erumin year Jas Moran Jr is going to Sprin field intoiopes to s e country friends when they are in own Mr nd Mrs Ben jan s visited rela- tIves at this place Monday Mr and Mrs Edd KeJlf were guests of H M Goatley and wire Sunday The road workers have done some repairing in thIs sections and we must I pair 4yearold Mate Mules 2 pair 3year old Mare Mules 4ptur 2 yearold Mare Mules i pairyearold Horse Mules I pair 8 year old Horse Mules s pair 2 yearold Horse Mules l yearold Mare Mule 12 year old Horse Mule 3 yearling mare mules 1 weanling Horse Mule Maleet1 d yearold Jack a good one admit that it was badly needed Misses Naoma and Nancy Head of St Catharines visIted their father nt this place Sunday Mesdames Hughey Goatley Margaret QLfutt Jas Moran and Miss Imo ene Goatley were guests of Mrs A B Walker Wednesday TO OUR FRIENDS AND READERS This peek marks the ending of our reportorial work for the SUn It is a source of regret for us to give up the pleasant task of corresponding with sucha valuable paper During the past five years it has become a simple and pleasant task to sum up a letter each week and forward It to the SunI In fact from the renaisSance of the Springfield un to the ureseit dati we have followed its unprecedented rowth from an unknown pubhction to the most up to date and inteteting W Journal to be had So much so eeklY1 today it seems a part of our Yet we face the inevitable We must cease to represent this mapleSs send reporterI past more to able one in whom WP hope to have a regular correspondent The fact that we will not send forth a weekly letter however does not render It Impossible for us tobe heard through the columns of the Sun Quite contrary We hopeto have and to hold at least a portion of the valuable space obtainable in its pages And as- a personal favor I ask your attention to all articles and ads tha may appear from time to time from us Wishing the Sun unalloyed success and its readers a year of plenty and a life of happiness I bid yo all a kindly farwell Yours truly J Moran Jr Death of George Ihesheir Mr Geo Chescheir died at his home c3mPlIcationbeen a sufferer for several years Mr hesheir was well known to Springfield people to whom the news of his death wilt come as a great shock Until a few years ago Mr Chesheir and family had made theIr home here Hewas fiftysix years of age and was for twenty years engineer on the L N train between here and Louisville He is survived by his wIfe and four sons JamestRussell Alfred and George LI ACI1MANSET1fS Miss Ljllian Leachman and Mrs Boss Settles were married Monday morning by Rev Simms near Willis urg The news of the wedding came ds quite a surprise to the many friends of the- Y u g peoPle as they had confided their intentions to no one The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Leach man and is a beautiful young woman while the groom is a prominent and popular young farmer ai Offer I PublicSaleMules Ky 1 Brood Mar by Re9BIrd bred to Noble Denmark 12 Weaitling Colts horse and mare 1 Yeaclint Red Bird Horse 1 coming 3 year old Red Bird Mate 1 coming 2yearold Saddle Gedirlg 1 Weanling Colt by Moko 6 extra Milk Cows and Colves 1 yearling Heifer 80 head of Ewes good ones 3 Bucks Lunch Served atAIpm L M GREGORYT D NGLISP Auctioneer Dr G T11 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST reeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield Ky ice in Halton Block up staIrs local News Notes Regular services in the Meth dirt church Sundaymorning at 1100 oc ock evening at 700 oclock Sunday shoo at 1000 oclockT J Wade pa tor See our new real taitor m e suits The latest Prices iii astonish you Mrs Willi ms Mr A CUnnnKham sold his ouse and lot on Grundy Ave last we k to Mr Chas McIntire I want a good tobacco tenant for the year of 1911 J K Walls Springfield Ky R F D No2 Bo 99 Rev W A and MrsWo fe ha e returned home from avisit to friend and relatives in Bracken co nty Rev Wolfe will hold hIs regularjservices in the Christian church next Sunday Our hats went like hot cakes lastSaturday Dont fall to get one this week Mrs Williams Hamilton Browns Hardware Shoes are the must durable 1 have known for long wear and hard work Good news ot the highest praIse from those who have tried them last The Ladies of yearj mas Grove church Will have a Chickens and salads on Nov 23j at H aganBrOsp Solicited atrona11e A protracted meetlD in at the Maud ChrIstian church next Mon day Oct 24 Rev A D Turrell of Elmira Ind will conduct the services If you want a shoe to wear you from six to twelve months buy Hamilton Browns Hardware Sold by P J Thomas MILtENERY BARGAINSNew hats for rriday and Saturday Big stock satin shapes value 250 for 150 Saturday only Mrs Williams Mr J SYankey who has been on a vIsit tohis daughter Mrs W J Schoe nee in Geneva N Y arrived home las Thursday He also visited relatives iri Lexington on his return He think s very Highly of the portions of the Em pIre State whIch he visited and also says the people are thoroughly up to date on business lines He visited agara Falls Buffalo Rochester Gene va and other points of interest in the- north and enjoyed his trip very much Mr tverett D Noe of Louisville Ky State agent for the Meridian Life Insurance Co of Indianapolis Ind was here last week in the interest of the company While here Mr Noe wrote several policies and secured the services of David R LItsey to represent MrI118g you a bargain in life msuran eIThe Ladies of the Presbyterianchurch will serve an Oyster Supper Nov 5 t from 4 to 10 p m at the Court House Everybody invited Court Dad DinnerI The ladies of St Rose congregation will serye court dinner next Monday These ladies a e noted for their large baskets and ab ndance ot good dinner and we predict that the will be successful All donations rIll be thank fullly received IContaimng in grass 8 or 10 in timber never failing water frame dwellin good barn 1 milE from railroadonvenient to school church etc Fo further formation call on Dr E L McINTYRE n WObDLAWN KENTUCKY Mound City paints may coat a little more butl Mr Leo Haydon For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PIiESSING CLUB rEO G GOWDY Prop We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500to2000 Good to bacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in Bardsto n OR ILLS ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky + e + 0 + 41 iTTTT+ + Are now being received b7 us daily and each day we are opening for your in spection one of the most attractive lines of Dry Goods Dress Goods Silks Trimmin s Novelties and + Notions = we have ever shown We + are now showing an + extra snappy line of Mens itand Boys Suits and Over coats Shoes Hats Shirts+ titW+ Dont fail to see our stock of Ladies Suits and Coats We will be idelightedto show you + T T 4+ The RORERTSONCLAYBROOKE CO tr 4NCORPORATED t f+ + ++ + etA FEW NICE FRESH i Jersey Cows For SaIeiThurman AND Peters eatertDoes the Work ofa Furnace Its by far the greatest heater on earth t Built on an entirely dif fsrent principle than others Heats by circulation instead of radiation One Moores Air Tight Heater dill heat your entire houseupstairs and downand keep every floor as warm as though you had a furnace It heats the air in the farthest room to the same temperature as the air in the sane room as the stove Saves Over Half Your CoalBilll J = ir ores Air Tight Heater burns hard cOal or the cheapest kind of slack and can be run at less than half the cost of other heaters The Egg Shaped Dome and Hot Air Flue Firepot consumes all the Carbon In the coal thus overcoming the smoke and soot nuisance as well as mtlonger There are no clinkers and no cinders castThe Dust Flue takes all the dust All parts are surface ground and tit 21andsmall ashes up the chimney thus together air tight Nothing but ashes IttheheatThefrom falIng on the floor when remov and under complete cqntrol at aU Ing pan times IAll The Handsomest an an les alte Ever Made nickeled parts are of the very keeps the stove like new for Stopp in and let us show you the highest finish through a process year secret of Qur Open Rococo Casing known only to the House of Moorerol en and many other features we haven proveNoneone andlshCallat our store an let wonIderful quality of this Everlasting Firepot An investigation will prove a greet saving to you When in need of Tin ning Plurobin Gutter inB and Repair Work Blveu a call ISIIULTZ CLEAVER Springfield KY 4 1 t r TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19I 9TO S 7 We are Showing the Largest Stock of Mens Boys and ChU = drens Suits we have ever shown In fact we are Overstocked and must cut the stock down IWe make the following lorices- Hart Schaffner Marx Suits worth 35 far 2500u uS u u 30 for 2250u u u u for25 2000u u 2250 for 1850 uWellwort Suits worth 20 for 1500 In 17 50 or j 12 50U iu I1500 1100 1250 forIf 9 ft lhAComplete Stock of OIw cIo c V omens Empress Coat Suits fn QNovelty and French Serge 2000 to 35 b r- nQ 1II Cloth 1250 to 20CD y CQPIam Serges 1000 to y w Q 0 0JIa Q Q SHOES CiJ Y p t1j fAIt Q Florsheim Shoes for Men 45 06oo rJj t1J t S 9Douglas Shoes for MenZ5oto 400 C W J Shoes for Men 300 to 400 r raG 1V Shoes for Women 25o to y u yySmithSterling Shoes for W men200to 350 fIJI r Specials for Saturday Monday I Calicoes Bc Apron Ginghams 7e Hoosier Cotton Gc- f Hope Cotton 72C 94 Sheeting 20c 36 in Percales 10C- WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE y CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN 1 h ih MACKVILlfI J R Cull sold hire entire stock oZ goods to Mr i f Gus Johnson of near Willlisburg We regret to lose him from ou1 community t for we- always think him a fiRe an and have found him courteous and oblig ham insThe school at this place is progressing r nicely under thsa management of Mr Florence and Mrs Ada Arnold and Ora j Bottom assIstants George Isham has sold his farm to Chas Shewmaker of Simmstown consideration not known Gabe Keightley has sold his farm to perJtcacreMrs Lett Hatchett and Mrs Der wood Shewmaker have returned trom several days VISIt to the lattets par eats near Lebanon QUIte a number from thIs place at tended the funeral of Mrs John Best last Friday at Bethlehem whose aaci dental death while atteuding the obse qutES ot her brotherin law has already 1 been publishedm the Sun Will Harmon and family spent last Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Marion county It is reported that Mr Thompson our popular telephone operator has sold his farm to Mr Busley price un known Mrs China Tumey has gone to Indi ana for a visit of several weeks to her son Charles Tumev and other at that place relativesI Prof Florence has moved Methodist parsonage and wlll reside with the Rey J A Sawyer Mrs Bettie Peters has taken rooms at John Harmons vacated by Mrs Nan Iley Mrs Chas Bottom IS rapidly improving after several monthssvere ills ness That Mysterious Shower The Danville Advocate says the mys terious shower which continued for two HowerImar nomena is attracting wide attention and hunldrtht remarkable sight Last year a on the Bower farm continue to dogI arQuud the circle covered b the bU thIs time he paid no attention the mystery oj A visitation of 17year locusts swoop ed down on Danville Ky October 12 IIt IS saId that the new tariff law has the effect of reducing the size cigaret f ckages Take another fall out of the tariff and obliterate them al together + +HT H iiFuhrman CO IBloomfield Ky + Desire to tail your attention to their line of I t Ladies eadytOWear Suits We can fit the sm lest Lady as wellS very near the larg tf est one This is a new department with Us this season and we are very proud its success Our prices are very rea sonable and our selec on excellent A look will convince you our claims are not xager ted Every other line of pods in our house is as god as S money can buy Not hay partners or rent to pay we take an exceedingly mOdest pr t on our goods It will pay you to trade With t S FUHRMAN co- yfit J + ++r y A tonIc that 1n1ll orates bout old and young For weak nervous EverybotI t DRloAGsSa- Sd O- yHAYDON RQBER- TSONEURT WIDEWELD ASPHALTi RaaF NatS t l1 I THIS sixinch cement welded joint gives you continuous one piece roof without a single nailhole through it- Made of natural mineral asphaltthe best weather fproofing known No CoalTar ISOLD l3egemann BY 1M NUFACTORER OF HandMade Harness SPRINGFIELD KY w v STALLARD D D S SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT 7 Pain or Dan er Done In this office Is first audjnstSOver McElroy k Shaders Grocerr I 7 ooi3ooaooQooQ 0QNotesco rr Visitors In and Out of TownA Round Up of the WeeksS0 Personal News 0 DDQDOODpDDQn Misses Fannie K and Della Smith are spending the week in Louisville Mary Phillips and Miss Nan IMrs of Lebanon were in town Tuesday J C McElroy and Charles Greene were in Bardstown Monday on business Mr and Mrs P S Mayes haveI returned home after a visit to theIr son Robert in Oklahoma City Okla P D Marks of Cane Springs is the guest of relatIves here Mrs Heff Rubel of LEbanon was the guest of her mother Mrs Sallie Simms the first of the week r IMips Nellie Simms of St Cath Irines spent Saturday wIth her parents here Louis Kelly of Louisville spent Sunday with 2 mother satlt1raland Wiggington of Fairfield was the guest of Dr Hyatt Saturday land Sunday J M Stergeon and L O McCarty were in Lebanon Thursday Mrs Katie Williams was in Louisville last week on business W M Hagan was in Hardstown Friday Mrr and Mrs Earl Bakerof Cleave land Ohio are visiting Mr Bakers parents here IAlex Blanford hasreturned to his home in Louisville after spending several days witn his mother here Mr Edwa ps of Horse Cave IS the guest of relativeshere Mrs Joe Clayhrooke and little daughter have returned from a visit to relatives at Bardstown Mrs A J Alilier is visiting her parents m HodgenvllleI H lL Moss C W damden N G Marks and L A Burn attended the- tobacco sales at and made a tour through the Bluebrass in fro Camdeds Auto Harry Shultz has r turned home after spending a few cays in LouIsville Mrs Fred Manget ot Louisville IS the guest of her parents ere Downing Robertson is visiting his parents here Misses Jennie Greene Fannie Smith Mabel Thompson and Eddie Shader Mrsses James Carries Rob Russell Wathen Simms Sam Clements Louis Cam Sam Anderson and Will Robert son attended the K of C Banquet Thursday night in Lebanon Mrs B B Buster of HarrodsQurg is the guest of her parents here Will Robertson spent the first of the week in Louisville Arthur McGill is the guest of relatives in Louisville Mrs C HP McElroy of Kansas City left on Tuesday to attend the i marrIage of her neire Miss Rodes at Lexington after spending a few days here with friends IMisses Hallie Huston and Nellie Andrewes of Maud were in town Wed nesdayI J M Sturgeon is visiting in Chica go ills Miss Gertrude Shader has returned home after a visit to her sister Mrs George Greene in Louisville fSylvester Russell Sr and son Syl venter of Lebanon were in town Wed nesday on business An Appreciated Donation Last Monday morning the ladies of the Baptist church formed a surprise party at the home of Rev and Mrs Wf H Williams and filled their larder with enough Preserved fruit etc to provide the young couple with delicacies for a year or so This was certainly an appreciated gilt and one that always keep in the minds of Rev land Mrs Williams the kindneSs of these good la dies of the congregation Your cough annoys you Keep on hacking and tearing the delicate mem branes of your throat if you want to be annoyed But if you want relief want CoughRemedy t TTJ Fresh Oysters Fresh eleryTELEPHONE fresh Candies NutsG 9Light Bread And your order will be Hot Rolls promptly attended to Fancy Cakesand delivered KATIE HERTLEIN BRO I TTT Tj IIARDINS CHAPELI News IS scarce this week excepting Mr H S Litsey is having a tobacco barn erected G W Fenwick IS having a coat of paint put on his new tob ceo barn and George Cocanougher IS making molasses Mrs Josie Flynn has returned to her home in Lebanon after a few days stay- with relatives at thIs place Mrs G W FenwIck and daughter Leila were in Mackville Tuesday Mrs Margaret Brewer and son Frank spent one day last week with Mrs Ru hia Cocanougher Miss Margaret Brady spent Tuesday night with Miss Lillie Powell Mrs G W Fenwick spent Friday af ternoon with Mrs George Cocanougher Miss Florence Haydon was jn Mack vole Monday MIsses Ada and Leila Fenwick spent Friday afternoon wIth Miss Jennie Lit sey They have commenced working the road in Slab Hollow We hope they will put it in fine fix Mr and Mrs wm Bowles spent Sun day with Mrs Nellie Logsdon Miss Margaret Logsdon and brother Bernard spent Saturday and Sunday with Ben Haydon and family Mr and Mrs Dee Sweeney spent Sunday with Mrs NellIe Logsdon Mr and Mrs Arthur Whiteman spen t Sunday with their parents at this place Mrarid Mrs Will Jeffries spent Sun day with Mrs Nellie Logsdon Miss Susie FenwIck spent Saturday and Sunday with hr parents at this and Mrs Wood Gillespie and son Paul spent Sunday with friends here J R Young has purchased the farm of John Bailey for 4200 Mrs Albert Rudd and daughter MISS Alice and Miss MattIe Tobin spent Sur day with Mrs Ben Haydon Mrs Austin Clark apd children spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs John Barker Mrs Sallie Stmms and son Will and little niece Mary Orkies spent Sunday with W M Barker Mr and Mrs nUd Coffee spent Sun day with John Paddock and family MurphY1speutwith Mrs SarahLanham Public Sale Having sold my farm in this county l will on 2lstOctIOsell publicly to the highest bidder a1l ofmy JACKS and JENNETS consisting of JyearoldJackJack colt all good colors and well bred and goad workers 15 Jennets most of them bought at- BB lOngs at Moreland last year These Jennets are ill bred to the Tucker Jack One trotting Stallion five yearsold standard and registered about 200 shocks of corn a lot of sorghum and cow peas a storm buggy one run bou Impementahousehold goods some Jersey cows and heIfers pair of work mules 4years old 16 hand a hiKh Q good stocK ewes and a few hogs This Sale iS AbsolMte 1 our Price is Mine- M HERNQON Three miles South of Danville 2 miles East ofJunction City Shelby City Post offic- eChamberlains COugh Remedyhas become famous for its cures of coughs whenIpr Sold by all druggists d Bowling Alley I For Sale or Rents IAs our other business reo all our attention we r have decided to sell orre our bowling alleys The alleys are in firstclass con= 1k dition and is a moneymaking business Leachman Campbells Furniture Star L I ti 1 SYNOPSIS Lawrence Blakeley lawyer goes to theAronsonchief witness for the prosecution John lattersMusetore ot a girl whom GIlmore explains Is 88kefallmana lady to buy her one He gives her lows a even and retains lower ten He finds a man iq a drunken stupor In lower ten ellweri Mg missing murderedf The manln Inwer tea Is CHAPTER IVContinued Some one was on the floor at our feet face down head peering under Mite berth Now he got up without apology revealing the man who had summoned the conductor He was L duty alert cheerful and he dragged p with him the dead mans suit case Te sight of It brought back to me at race my own predicament 7 dont know Whether there any connection or not conductor I said but ram a victim too In less degree rye been robbed of every ing I pos His exciipt a red and low bath robe I happened to wearing the bathrobe which as probably the reason the thief overlooked ItrThere wu a fresh murmur In the crowd Somebody laughed nervoWili irritatedI i now he snarled is responsible for4nsPortation not for clothes jewelry and morals If peo ple want to be stabbed and robbed in the companYs cars its their affair Why didnt you sleep In your clothes I do I took an angry step forward Then IOmebody touched my arm and I un clenched my flst I could understand besideen the law I had been guilty myself e contributory negligence rm not trying to make you responsible I protested as amiably as li could and I believe the clothes the We left are as good as my own They ve certainly newer But my valise contained valuable papers and it is to Sour interest as well as mine to find the man who stole it Why of course the doctor said shrewdly Find the man who skipped out with this gentlemans clothes and youve probably got th murderer I went to bed In lower nine I said my mind full again of my lost papers and I wakened in number seven I was up in the night prowling aroI1nd as I was unable to sleep and I must have gone back to the wrong berth Anyhow until the porter wakened me this morning I knew Intervalmust have come back discovered TUT error and taken advantage of it to further his escape The Inquisitive man looked at me from between narrowed eyelids ter- retUke Did anyone 011 the train suspect 7ou of having valuable papers he Enquired The crowd was listening In tently No one I answered promptly and positivelyThe Investigating the murdered mans effects The pockets his trousers contained the usual Miscellany of keys and small change While in his hip pocket was found a small pearlhandled revolver of the type Women usually keep around A gold watch with a Masonic charm had slid down between the mattress and the window while a showy diamond atud was still fastened in the bosom of his shirt Taken as a whole the personal belongings were those of a loan of some means but without any particular degree ot breeding The doctor heaped them together Either rObbery was not the mo the he reflected or the thief over looked these things in his hurry The latter hypothesis seemed the 2llore tenable when after a thorough Search we found no pocketbook and 3ess than a dollar In small change The suitcase gave no clew It contained one empty le thercovered flask end a pint bottle also empty a change of linen and some collars with the Taundry mark S H In the leather stag on the handle was a card with the- game Simoh Harrington Pittsburg The rpnductor sat down qn my un IIPJade brrth across and made an en try of the name and address Then set u old envelope he wrote a few wOrds and gave it to the porter who 4disappeared 1 guess thats all If can do he wtd ive had enough trouble this trip to last for a year They dont need a conductor on these trains anymore what they ought to have a lIerlff and a posse The porter from the next car came do and whispered to him The con- dretor rose unhappily Next cars caught the disease he rgraaiblsd Doctor a woman back there has got mumps or bubonic lplague or something wm you come haekThe strangea porter stood aside j dhe Irb- W V RT1tY r RC iERTS SILLIISTRATICoIYRicnT Z2Y DOB9SMLRRtLL COMPANY Lady about the middle of the car he said in black sir with queerlook tog haltsort of copper color I think sir CHAPTER V The Woman fn the Next Car With the departure of the conduc tor and the doctor the group around lower ten broke up to reform in smaller knots through the car The porter remained on guard With something of relief I sank Into a seat I wanted to think to try to remember the details of the previops night But my inquisitive acquaintance had other intentions He came up and sat down beside me Like the conductor he had taken notes of the dead mans be longings his name address clothing and the general circumstances of the crime Now with his little notebook open before him he prepared to en joy the minor sensation of the rob bevy And now for the second victim he began cheerfully What is your name and address please I eyed him with suspicion- I have lost everything but my ame and address I parried What do you want them for Publication Oh no dear no he said shocked at my misapprehension Merely for my own enlightenment I like to gather data of this kind and draw my own conclusions Most interesting and engrossing Once or twice I have forestalled the results of police Inves tigationbut entirely for my own amusementI tolerantly Most of us have hobbies I knew a man once who carried his handkerchief up his sleeve and had a mania for old colored prlnt cut out of Godeys Lady Book I use that inductive method originated by poe and followed since with such success by Conan Doyle Have you ever read GaborlauT Ah you have missed a treat indeed And now tget down to business what lis thee name of our escaped thief and prob able murderer How on earth dp I know I demanded impatiently He dldnt write it in blood anywhere did he The little man looked hurt and dls appointed Do you mean to say he asked that the pockets of those clothes are entirely empty The pockets In the excitement I had forgotten entirely the sealskln grip which the porter now sat at my feet and I had not investigated the pockets at alt With the Inquisitive mans pencil taking note of every- thIng that I found I emptied them on the opposite seat Upper lefthand waistcoat two lead pencils and a fountain pen lower right waistcoat matchbox and a small stamp book righthand pocket coat pair of gray suede gloves new size seven and 1 half lefthand pocket gunmetal cIgarette case studded with pearls halffull of Egyptian cigarettes The trousers pockets contained a gold penknife a small amount of money in bills and change and a handkerchief with the initial S vac it Further search through the coat dis covered a cardcase with cards bear Ing the lame Henry Pinckney Su111 van and a leather flask with gold mountings filled with what seemed to be very fair whisky and mono grsmmed HP ins name evidently is Henry Plncknev Sullivan Said tho cheerful follower of Poe as he wrote It down Address as yet unknown Blonde probably Have you noticed that It Is almost always the blonde men who af feet a very light grarwith a touch of red in the scarf F ct I assure you I kept a redord once of the summer attire of men and 90 per cent fol lowed my rule Dark men like you affect navY blue or brown In spite of myself I was amused at the mans shrewdness Yes the suit he took was dark a blue L said He rubbed his hands and smiled at me delightedly Then you wore black shoes not tan he said with a glance at the ag esslve yellow ones I wore Right again I acknowledged lack law shoes and black embrold e ed hose If you keep on youll have a motive for the crime and the murderers present place of hiding And If you come back to the smoker with me Ill give yOU an opportunity to judge lfhe knew good whisky from bad I put the articles fro the pockets back again and got up I wonder it there Is a diner on I said I need something sustaining after all thlSt I was conscious then of some one at my elbow I turned to see the young woman whose face was so vaguely familiar In the very act of speaking she drew back sUddenly and colored OhI beg your pardon she said hurrledhIIthought you were so the one else She was looking In a puzzled fashion at my coat I felt all the cringing guilt of a mn who has accidentally picked up the wrong umbrella my borrowed caller sat tight on my neck Im sorry I said idiotically rm sorry butIm not I have learned since that she has brIght brown hair with a loose wave tnJt that drops over her ears and dark blue eyes with black lashes andbut what does It matter One enjoys a pIcture as a whole not as the sum of Its parts She saw the flask then and her er rand came back to her One of the ladIes at the end of the car has fainted she explaIned r thought perhaps a stimulant I picked up the flask at once and followed my guide down the aisle Two or three women were working over the woman who had tainted They had opened her collar and taken out her hair pins whatever good that might do The stout woman was vig orously rubbing her wrists with the Idea no doubt of working up her pulse The unconscious woman was the one for whom I had secured lower 11 at the station I poured a little liquor In a bun gling masculine fashion between her Ups as sho leaned back with closed eyes She chocked coughed and ral lied somewhat Poor thing said the stout lady As she lies back that way I almost think It was my mother she used to faint so much it WOQ1d make anybody faint chimed In another Murder and rob bery In onti night and on one car Im thankful I always wear my rings In bag around my neckoven it they do get under me and keep me awake The girl In blue wes looking at us with wide startled eyes I saw her pale a little saw the Quick apprehen shoe glance which she threw at her traveling companion Ute small womaa az v m- I had noticed before There was as glancesTheall I turned my attention again to my patient She had revived somewhat and now she asked to have the window opened The train had stopped agaIn and the car was oppressively hot People around W pre looking at their watcher and gru bllng over the delay The doctor bu tIed In with a remark about Its being s busy day The amateur detective and the porter together mounted guard over lower ten Out side the heat rose In shimmering waves from the tracks the very wood of the car was not to touch A Cam berwell Beauty darted through the open door and made its fay In er ratic plunges great wings waving down the sunny aIsle AU around lay the peace ot harvst dfields the quiet ofthecountry j CHAPTER VI t The GirlI was grcwlng more and more il- rltable The thought of hat the loss of the notes meantr was fast crowding the murder tO he back of my mind The forced tlon wu intolerable The porter h teportod no bag answering the description of mine on the train but I was disposed to make my own investigation I made a tour of the cars scrutinizing every variety of hand luggage ranging from luxurious English bags with gold mountings to the wicker nondescript- of the day coach at the rear I was- of alone In my quest for the girl in blue was just ahead ot me Car by carshe preceded me through the train unconscious that I was behind her looking at each passenger as she passed I fancied the prQceeding was distasteful but that she had deterniln ed on a course and was carrying it through We reached the end of the train almost togetheremptyhanded both or us The girl went out to the platform When she saw me she moved aside and I stepped out beside her Behind us the track curved sharply the early sunshine threw the train In long black shadow over the hot earth Forward somewhere they were hammering The girl said nothing butt her profile was strained and anxious IIf you have lost anything I began I wish you would let tIle try to help Not thatmy own success Is any fling to boast of She hardly glanced at me It was not flattering I have not been robbed ii that Is what you mean she replied quietly I amperplexed That is all There was nothing to say to that I lifted my hatthe other fellows hatand turned to go back to my car Two or three members of the train crew including the conductor were standing In the hhadow talking And at that moment from a farmhouse near came the swift clang of the breakfast bell calling in the hands from barn and pasture I turned back to the girl We may be here for an hour I said and there Is no bullet car on If I remember my youth that bell means barn and eggs and country but ter and coffee It you care to run the risk I am not hungry she said but perhaps a cup or coffeedear me J believe I am hungry she finished Only She glanced back ot her uI can brIng your companion I sug gested without enthusiasm But th young woman shook her head She Is not hungry she objected and she Is verywell I know shE wouldnt come Do you suppose wf could make It It we run I hincnt any Idea I said cheer tully Any old train would be bette than this one If It does leave us b hind Yes Any train would be better than thIs one she repeated gravely- I found myself watching her changing expression I had spocen two dozen words to her and already I felt tha- I knew the lights and ahadcs In het voiceI who had always known how a woman rode to hounds and who never could have told the color other hair I stepped down on the ties and turned to assist her aid together we walked back to where the conductor and the porter from our cAr were In closb conversation Instinctively my hand went to m cigarette pocket and came ot empty She saw the ges turolf you want to smoke you may shy said I have a big cousin wht amokes all the time He says I an kippered I drew out the gunmetal cigarette case and opened It But this most commonplace action had an extraor dlnarr result The girl beside me stopped dead still and stood staring at It with fascinated eyes Iswhere did you get that she demanded with a catch In her voice her gate still fixed on the clgaret case r0 BF CUNTINUn vice THE HOBBLE SKIRTS ORIGIN This Freak Fashion May Have Beer Started by Horace Greeleys Old Umbrella New YorkThere is every reason to believe that the hobble skirt craze Is not all importation from France but was started in this country many years ago in an indirect way by Hor ace Greeley- It all began with Mr Greeleys fa mous old green umbrella for anyone can see by the accompanying nIus tratlon what a striking similarity there Is between It and the fashion able hobble skIrted woman of today Here In America there Is very lit tle said against the tad except that the m n of New York have risen as a body demanding that no hobble skirts be worn In the vicinity of the Flatiron building How is the hobble skirt going to affect the great question of the hour woman suffrage The movement IWt I ll r How it Hap ned means a complet 1 tieup for suffra thefadthis class for what suffragette does- not yearn for shackles Here Is chance for one and all to appear iii the limelight with their feet tightly boundat the small cost of just a few cents for a good strong but short piece of ribbon Then the rush will be over and that is how the great olow will tall The speed Oi suffragette parades will be cut down to such a low rate that all public officials will have am pIe time to make a verY comfortable getaway from the rear entrance and escape to some soda fountain long before the head of the column has reached the front door Taking it all in all it looks like a clear case of cut fashion or cut poll tics and we depend on the ladies not to cut fashlon every time This is an age when we are all stepping along In the grand march of advancement and the only chance that the hobbleskirted woman has to keep up with the procession Is that the band will strike up a glide waltz Instead of a march WINS AT THE BEAUTY SHOW Miss Kitty Darling of Plymouth Eng land Defeats Former Queen In Prize Competition Folkestone EngHere is the in ternational beauty queen of Europe She has been voted that honor at the International beauty competition at Folkstone Moreover she defeated Miss Mamie Whittaker ot London the beauty queen ot England In the prize competition The international beauty queen Is Miss Kitty Darling of Devonshire Eng land and she is just 17 She had never 11 r r r t 4 f 711117 7d 2L P114 before presented her claims for the die tinction conferred upon her but with hoTwinsome roguish Devon beauty secured an over whelming vote Miss Whittaker the former beauty queen of England who of course also loses that title since Miss Darlings victory was given second honors Third honors In the International con test went to Mlle Simone de Beryl ot Paris Baby Is Drowned In a Bucket Sapulpa OklaMrs T B Scobey wife ot a brakeman on the Frisco awoke in the morning to fled that her year old baby had fallenfrom the bed head firs to a bucket of water and drowned The woman is threatened with the loss of her mind iPllYSICIA 2 1 I- APII1OVE 1 Taking Lydia 13 Puikh am Vegetables Compoundf totakeandy1ilit tti Pills before childbirth and we are all surprisedtorsee how much rood- isjt It did M t f clan said Rhout t doubt it was the ii thatlt thank for your kindness in advisinl me and give youfull permission to usemy name in our testnonialsMrsK WM1TC1IELL DOX3 Sabattus ode Another Woman passinthroughtheChangeof d nervousness and other annOying symptoms tableCompounarestGredmyhealthaDd V mountainsfsUffering wont m willing you lIIICIlARLESrifle Vt pal1singthroughthis peculiar to their s bauld not lose yearsLydiapOund which is madef1a roots and remedyforinunity you will find women who r LydiaEA Kansas woman wants a divorce becausEl her husband throws bricks her No man has a right to throw quetsaDdhotBut the pure food laws do not make any provisions for love that Is adw terated with filthy lucre WASTED A FORTUNE ON SKI iTROUBLE I began to have an itching over 7whole body about seven years ago this settled in my limbs from the knee to the toes I went to see a great IIWQ physicians a matter which cost me a fortune and after I noticed that I did not get any relief that way I went for three years to the hospital Bit they were unable to help me there I used all the medicines that r could see but became worse and worse I had an inflammation which made me almost crazy with pain When I showed my foot to my friends they would get really frightened I did not know what to do I was so sick and had be comeso nerVous that I positively lost all hope I had seen the advertisement of the Cutlcura Remedies a great many times but could not make up my mind to buy them for I had already used so many medicines Finally I did decide to use the Cuticura Remedies and I tell you that I was never so pleased as when I noticed that after having used two sets of Cuticura Soap Cutiqura Ointment and Cuticura Pills the entire inflammation had gone I was completely cured I should be only too glad it people with similar disease would come to me and ldIout the truth I would only recommend them to use Cutlcura Mrs Bertha Sachs 1621 Second Ave New York N Y Aug 20 1909 Mrs Bertha Sachs is my slster1n law and I know well how she suffered and was cured byCuUcura Reme dies after ninny other treatments failed Morris Sachs 321 E89th St New York N Y Secretary of- DeutschOstrowoor UntVerein Kemp ner Hebrew Benevolent Society eta 1 Uncalled For I hear the old bridge outside of Plunkvllle has collapsed Yes and the town council cant understand It We had just given that bridge a coat of paint it looked like newLoulsvllle CurierJourn1 A Womans Hands It isnt work that ruins the hands It is the soap the common dangerous yellow rosin soap It will eat Into and rot cloth so what wont it do to that delicate skin of a womans hands Easy Task Soap ls pure and antlsep tic it has no nastY disagreeable odor It does the cleaning for you and you dont have to wear out your skin and your muscles with rubbing As It costs no more than poor soaps why should you ruin your bands Your grocer has it TRY MURINE EYE REMEDY for Red Weak Weary Watery Eyes andGranulatedEyellds Murine Doesnt SmartSoothes Eye Pain DruggiSts Sell Murine Eye Remedy Liquid 2Sc 50c 100 Murine Eye Salve in Aseptic Tubes 25c 100 Eye Books tlnd Eye Advice Free by Mail Murine Eye Remedy Co Chicago Consulting the Playwright IUMy atar can wiggle his ears and Whistle through his teeth Urn Now cap YOU build me a firstclass comedy aratnd that eyspForchndrenteethkfliCsoftens IICalW1MuC The false prophet has both eyes es the profits I4Jr r t WilY NEW eRLEANS CITY IS LOGICAL POINT FOR WORLDS PANAMA EXPOSITION Its Geographical Posltlon and Many Other Considerations Mark It as Most Suitable Spot for Dedi cation of Great Work PublIc sentiment has decided that the completion of the Panama Canal In 1915 shall be celebrated with a Teat International Exposition in which all the nations of the World may particIpate and the question ot where this ExposItion is to be held will be settled by Congress at its aP- proaching session New Orleans and San Francisco are contesting for the honor othold Ing this Exposition and both cities have guaranteed immense sums ot money as an evidence of their ability- to llnance so great an enterprise An Exposition worthy of the term Worlds Fair such as New Orleans proposes tQ build will be a great educational movement Its success as such however will depend entirely upon the percentage of our population who can secure its educational advantages this in turn depends up on Its location as the time in travel Ing to Dd from the Exposition and the cost In railroad and Pullman fares are the most Important factors ConsiderIng these matters New Orleans claims to being the Logical Point for this Panama Exposition seem to bp filly substantiated by the following facts New Orleans is 500 mlles from the center ot population In the United states San Francisco is 2500 miles distant therefrom WithIn a radius ot 500 miles tram New Orleans there are 17500000 people Within the same radius from San Francisco there are only 2000000 Within a radius of 1000 miles from New Orleans there are 65000000 Within the same radius from San Francisco there are only 6000000 At an average of 900 miles tram New Orleans there are 70 of our principal cities with a combined population of 20000000 Averaging 900 miles from San Francisco there are only 8 large cities with a corn bind population of just 1000000 Thee average distance of aU these cities to New Orleans Is 792 miles to San Francisco 2407 mileseoOver 75 percent of the people of the United States could go to an Exposition there at an average ex pense for railroad fare ot 1250 as against an average of 3750 to the Pacific Coast and for several mil Pullmanfareefor a trip to San Francisco mould amount to more than aU their tirans- portation expenses for a trip to New Orleans This is an important public ques tion to be settled by Congress at the session which convenes in December Many ot our readers will wish to visit this Worlds Panama Exposi Lion and if held In New Orleans a great many more could spare the time and money for the trip than could go to San Francisco There Jfore We urge our readers to write to two senators from this State and the congressman from this district requesting them to support New Or1- eaDa In the contest ResponsibleNurseWhats mark ci your leg Master Frank Frank Harold kicked me NurseWell go at once and wait offFrank Why It wasnt me what did itPunch Catarrh Cannot Be Cured nac1theWUonal disease nd in order to cure It you must tkftnterna1 remedies lIall8 Cstarrh CUre taken In- tern1ly and acts directly upon the blood and mucoUl surfaces 1isI1Y Catarrh Care not a qusek physklaIt is composed of the best tome known combine with the best blood puriaere acting d1rectJy on tht- mocous surfAces The perfect combination of tiro ingredienta what qroduces such wonderful- inlts In curing catarrh Bend tor testimonials tree F J CHENEY a CO Props Toledo aSold by Drum tsta price 75c TAke HIJla Family rills for conzUpaUoo Cheerfulness should be the gift 0 1the sunlight the air should suffice f inspiration and radiance of wisdo is the lonely waste of the pine wood- making us dance and run about ha pily like childrenEmerson Physicians Everywhere Use Resin of With Very Great and Unvarying Success During the last six months I have prescribed Resinol in numerous cas of acute and chronic skIn diseases and chronic ulcerations with very great and unvarying success It Is a reU able preparation and its action Is prompt and pleasing A F Volkman Baltimore Md The average married man kicks be 5cause his wife worries because he doesnt get home right on time but suppose she didnt care whether he ever came or not DISTEMPER In all its forms among all ages of horses wellas dogs cured and others in saine stable prevented from having the disea with SPOHNS DISTEMPER CUR Every bottle guaranteed Over bottles sold last year 50 and 100 Any good druggist or send to manufacture CoapContagious ec An Ohio man aged 70 married aged 20 and deeded her 600 acres land Ten she had plenty of groun rot divorce Instant Relief for All Eyes that are irritated from dust heat sun Ct wind PETTITS EYE SALVE 25c All druggists or Howard Bros Buffalo N Y Some men try to save money bY nol paying their debts I i iT 1 Was He a Coward r By CARL JENIdiN3 IICopyright b7 uoclat dLUera17 Prell Dr Hargraves retired and said to be wealthy has mire or less business to do with a certainsafe deposit com pany He coins know young Austen Parker There came to be a social as well as a business side and after a time Mr Parker was a caller at the house Dr Hargraves was a wldwer and in poor health The lIght qf his eye land the joy of his heart was his daughter MayA sIster oversaw the house hut the doctor used to say that ills daughter oversaw him The friers ship between them was almost selfish Miss Mays handsome Lace attracted many but she recelv d them all ns callers until Mr Parke came In hIs case after n bit the father thought he detected more than usual Interest and he was secretly pleased He knew that his ailment must carry him oft at the end of a few years and he hoped the daghter s future would beset fled before the dark day came The doctor and his daughter were at the Harbor hotel when Mr Parker and his mother arrived It was slm ply chance that b ought them together there and all were pleased over it A week had passed very pleasantly when one day the doctors Miss May and Mr Austen were on the long whart below the hotel to sit In the band house and enjoy the cob breeze There were women and children about and here and there a man was lazily fishing Of a sudden a women scream ed out Her boy of flue had climbed waterThereothers and a hubub all alongthe wharf The accident occurred within thirty feetof the band stand Mr Parker reached the railing in four or five bounds tore off his coat and kicked otj1Is shoes and was on the point C a r tIi Uij J ft Oh GoGrGol Gsailed Miss May leaping the rail into the water when he suddenly halted and stepped back can get hlmyyou can get hhim urged the s came up Theres his hatthe1jelhe rises Oh gogoSoi c ed Miss May to the man who stood wringing his hands lnd his face palelas the dead 11 cant they heard him say ooManman are you goIng to leave the boy to drown 1 crIed the doctor in astonishment and Indignation ratllnoagn the water and then threw up his hands ever0n up cast ort wharfSplash men leaped the raIlIng one after another foor was rescued and shoutssof hDis an d sat for a long time without a word be tween them Then the girl asked in a hesitating way Was it because Mr Parker can t swim esHe could have got the boy and hung to a spUe until a boat came Heavens but if i had been in his placedtThenthen what aU1rt1 him 1 He seamed to be frightened ooHe was was the grim reply Father you cant mean But I do dear You have only to hear what the people around us are saying Too bad I feel sorry for him He and iota mother will have to So todayA people on the wharf had menandIs at such times that men curse 1n refuseE to as a hero or a coward If a hero It Is forgotten In a day It a coward not for years It ever Mr Parker hu1rIed straight to tbe hgirls ofker had not come out The son burst car into her room flung himself down hlathandsandWhat is WZ she asked as she stood beside httn wIth her hand on hls head child fell ort the wharf he an- IIwerell Alter u time And you were there I was the one to have leaped tz after him Poor lioy We should not have come to the water With that she turned away and commenced takIng her garments down oft the hooks and folding and packing them When the son could control his voice he stepped to the telephone and asked for hIs bill and ordered a car range for the depot Two hours later mother and son were on theIr way homeThen they talked It was not of what had happened on the wharf Dont you see he couldnt have lions anythIng else queried Dr Har graves at lunch when someone said that the coward had departed He passes out ot our lives of course And it so comes about When the doctor again visited the sate deposit company he saw young Mr Parker but neither bowed Some one else waited on the patron People who had met the young man socially at the doctors residence inquired about hint In a careless way and were se care lessly answered Now and then the father wondered if the daughter had been interested enough to care or bt disappointed but he could not makt up hi mind The affair had never been referred to again after the first day A whole year passed Father and daughter were again bound for the same hotel but this time they were motoring a part ofthe way the cat being driven by a chauffeur In the mIddle of the afternoon ofi a broad highway four foreigners who had struck work in a quarry not faraway and were ripe for mischief halted the auto to commit highway robbery The chauffeur was a poi troon He could have run them down but he halted the machine The doctor was not armed but he refused to leave thq car and struck at the fellows who sought to pull the daughter out Such a onesIded con filet could not last long and must terminate In a victory for the attackers They were pushing the advantage of numbers wh n a second auto rolled up quietly be ind them and a young man leaped o t Without any weapons bet his ba e flats he sailed into the four The drew knives on him but he struck ne after another and fought fiercely and silently The battle raged up and down the road for five minutes and then the usedup men retreated to the woods The doctor and his daughter had watched It without a word They knew the attacker and they saw blood on his face and hands as he waved to them that the road was clear and walked back to his own machine It is Mr Parker whispered Misl May Hanged if it Isnt replied the father But folks said he was a coward Um I was among those who sal so Guess we made a mistake som where 11 hope col Eh Eh You hope what The words were not repeated A week later at the Harbor hotel inttheo hIs room to say wrote to a friend of mine In the city and asked him to do me a favo r He had all interview with Mr Parkers mother Say dear while the public has a notIon that your father Is a great doctor I Want to admit to you that he Is a great tool Why what Is itGI ought to have suspected something of the kind from the first When Mr Parker Was a child ot twp his nurse let him fall into the water He had a lose call from rownlng It gate him a dread and n horror of the water and it will always be with him Hes no coward He simply fears the one thIng Plenty 9f cases like It Im writIng him ae very abject left thIs afternoon Dont you want to i close something If hell be sensIblo find forgIve Ill take him for a son n law about a year hence Eh Eh That makes you blush doesnt It I believe youve been his champIon right along Mind and the Digestion The mind Is an Important factor indigestion controllIng the secretions without which the chemical process of breaking down the food canna take place lint digestion Is also physical process The body at laySe Is n machine and the stomach Is muscle says a physician It the mot act vlty of the stomach be weak It stomach be prolapsed food will be unduly retained and putrefaction wlll nItnd nd kidney diseases especially Relict of this condition has been sought by reducing the capacity of the stomach takIng a few stitches In It causing to empty more readily and fUlly Rest in fastIng systematic exercIse and light diet with mental erelaxationliarhowever the natural r Experienced Pshaw scornfully ejaculated lhe fond mother What fdo you kno about babies Very little humbl acknowledged the bachelor who had v ntured an opin lonexcept that so o years onePuck I had considerable Irr tics JlB ba mi GET CLOSER TO SUN Waidbergs Simple Life Colony Does SobY Being Nude Men and Women of Swiss Settlement Live Almost Without Clothing and Children Wear None Say Nature So Intended smallsectiongo through heat wave snow storm and northern blast with impartial calm ness The name of the colony Is the LIenblutthelm light and air home and it is located on the Waldberg overlooking the town of Zurich While In the town I heard reports of the thoroughness of the methods by which the residents In the Wald Jaluremeets for a closer study To my surprise I found the lreople of Zurich though they have their prude societies regarded the WaId bergers merely as local curiosities They showed no desire far the im position ot restrictions On telephon ing to the head of the colony Herr J P Muller formerly an officer In the Danish army I received a cordial in vItation to go up and see for myself Harr Muller is a splendidly built man about 6 feet tall showing the muscles of a boxer rather than a wrestler tanned a dark brown head to foot He has an Intelligent Pace and laughIng eyes Carl Block the famous painter described hiin as physIcally the most perfect man I have ever seen and I agreed with the description as i watched my compan ion striding along beside me Come along said he you wil find all UlY friends at play Presently we passed a large meadow where a score ot Waldberger men women and chIldrenwere engaged In a gam of handball while ot ers stood roue as spectators The men and boys only wore bathing pants the women and gIrls were dressed In a Bh0 single loose decollate chemisetheir i Waldbergera In Full Dress sole garmentand the cb ldren wero naked while all dlspensed wIth head and foot gear CollectioneInterestIng fanatIcalcote refined men nod women with a wide and cultured outlook on life I am pledged to secrecy as to names piebutseveralEuropeanseated In the colony boldthatworld and therefore nature has In tended we should go through its nak CJothlngthe outward sign of the lllhooUb im modesty and deterIoratIon of the pres enz fternticn The skIn they say Is the natural clothIng and as one of themost 1ir portant organs ot the bOdy It should e exercised and cared for In erthe open Air and not hidden and chok ned vnder a packing ot clothing The aslIttlthe slave or n foolish fashion which eau os many dIseases especially con sum tIonI ldbnun er of exercIses whereby the body beta es thoroughly warmed and Xre Atterthat realofrift his acostumo he Is now ready tor his maeadowa pines orSimPle Wholesome Food hourstherazoredged app tlte for breakfast rollsbuttermeat Is ecru d The morning la upen playingitbungalowtwo mealsn dayat noon the principal mew a d at oclock which IS really tea In the afternoon there are allkinds thewa w mlles spotInbergers return to their huts and after thittge CASTORIA 14 i I 1e x lor Infant andChilc1rm ifp Tb Kind You HaVB 15 CENTAY BoughsLCOHOL3 PER A etablePreparadonforAs 4ImgilleStolltachsabdBowe ufa of- ll Be the Signature Promotes DiGZshonCheerful nessandRe tontainsneithu ofOpiumMolphi nor Mineral t I NOTN RCOTIC rrjH IJlrJ JrsiHVELmuElt A- xeSNh Aeieik3dlf t iN r iJ krdJ + 1 1- IwlJule I n C1v iirdJb nO tltahyrraafZeitrr- oo ll lionSourStomachDiarrhOea A ed R forConila t US ICIO WonnsConwls lQnes andLoss QnsFeverishFor 0vertacsimik S gna ttire 0t IIE CENTAUR CIkiPAXf ThlY8 ar YORKtEt CAstORIAranteed underthe Food xact c opx of Wtappw taawsawewla elwsasurn T t atJ1romf California Land The original price Per acre was 40 Planted to peaches andspears it yields 3000aYcar net and would be cheap at SOO an acre This is only one example of what has been done in a climate that draws tourists from allover the Waid dhUiuioiSouthem Pacific r T Standard Route oftLWe Eaecbdc Block SI nRIs For further facts and accurate infonDardon about California call on or address wtarLR S71Faaif s a OHA =A llEi w LDOUGLASHANDSEWED PROCESS SHOES NOOWOKDSlOB0050 300 THE STANDARD FOR 3o YEARS They are ab the goetpopularaadbeetahoes AmericaTbeyare where because they hold their shape it tterlook better and wear Jon gel than other makes They are positively the WLDooglassameandtheretal es the bottomvalue ettaleteanaotW L DOUGLAS Brscktea Mit TheWretchedne of Constipation IC ckIy be sue ICARTElS LITTLE LIVER PILLS t1 ed doR tLe CA liTer Care ITTLE IVEREieaddwD saes sad Leiteeu 1M1 i9 hale dee- ySwI PII snD3saS Priee Genuine dhse Signature L FLORIDA VIEWS 3fagafacent of beatnlfnl Florida Album scenes given free to every new subscriber to the handsomest tuna trated weekly In the South Covering ffnrTphase of Florida life it is to those tropteFullcurrent topics peculiar to Load of Flowers 53 weekA 1100 Send for sample copy TIlE FLOISIDA BECOKD 1112 Mealty BullclJa lackaoavllJe Ytst K R HAIR BALSAM otu lei3rver toYoatkttoplOr dl a bat tallis tiea+d at IIUGHTLTDUIGEDIltJllle1Tlcnble Ionsebold stono bLilbarrellotaonlySLOashipped W N U CINCINNATI NO 421910 WHATS Your Health Worth You tt art tgclmesw bymistreating nature and it generally shoWs t5rst in theboweis- rtad A xoc box weekstreatmentii d CASCARETS will help motto help a They will do toreusing thcna- segvlarly as you need themthan Af- ltaedicine oil Earth Get a box toda take a CASCARET tonight Better nil the morning Its the resait that maka ll l1ioos take them LSCAZE TS roc a bas for a weeks ellIaOft 3M tM PItPICITtLl A BAY IICHIEMacastelJts5ehtne tbatra not band uonly farmelra enakesSg4 66and8Inchtieepower Machine 1 IeetWPrMI FLEX tachealong0us ahaptitUlaetTEN DAYSit FREE TRIRnot meet wile sa tIre tiafaction retvB lit erespe The price of um- aJdngyourftrat f machlne will be nvsd 2109 tileCall Yea AMerl to iI WHhtIt Ja Write today for UlutrateCt tillaerewc R A man Is jedged by hie appearance i THE WORlD OVER =treat DIABETES ayteaett rIn Wltbo1lt restricted dies nIngsngreaeSALeSANO Pine St write for booklet New Tor rats Ftrs aild FUIII La FOR SILEI wfoni CoK1chlngOo4lo ioeStotarmn Largest apple orchard In Michigan neal ttaese1aada Write to HIlT 1 tetYejMhL- SeISOCOLDS s THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCtOBER ig c- groPLANTERS i d = LOOS LEAF WAREHOUSESPRINGFIELD KY ANDY QUISENBERRY COProprietqrsIDAILY AUCTION SALES WELL LIGHTED SALES FLOOR I solicit a part or all of your patronage and will guarantee that your interests will be carefully looked after y Warehouse Near the Delpot TANDY QUISENBERRY Manager MIII 4 i11R11rt lTa + The erjdjan Life Insuranceo + OF INDIANAPOLIS IND 1 a Writes a compound interest bond policy in which aU aluepl are absolutely guaranteed to the holder Nothing guessed 5 per cent coinPoudd interest annually on Iamount paid in as a premium U For instance at the age of 35 the first premium is 44 on 1000 in 220Ir a earnings It also carries a double Indemnityqlause Call and inves 11 I4 tlpte It will cost you nothing and some daY Will r i write any kind of policy wanted Thats with tou jD V D R LITSEY Ag ntIKY I I1 Ili i i MULES Wanted IsJwill be in Springfield next Monday Oct 14county court dayto buy 2yearolds yearlings and mule colt t1 d 8Gt FOX oo oaDo 0 IwoOBadn0OSGOsas OOsOsOLGO o ForiQEr The Sick Room I Is to be had at this dependable drug p store Rubber goods of all kinds It j sprays douches anti septic dressing tI measuring glasses and a hundred J others It will be well for you to 9 remember this if needed for any ofp iJ such things should arise at your p r house Dont go hunting allover town Come right here where you Q know can get what you so urge f tntly nyop Haydon WillettTHE PRESCRIPTION STORE 0 OOOI3QOOoooooooooooooooooooo CSoOLiLiCii3eGFtpCtlt7 0440 OeOOC0lGGae Theres Sure to Be Troubleo c Whichever way you look if you think i o cheapness is the sole thing to be r look d for when you ntirchaseCloth ting Th1f wise buyers look iorqual t g ty first and price afterwards Moat 0fthem come herE because they have o alwaysI c i iiras a C Gundy McIntiret- iLIGeoOGiatltiqGaOtoo- r t Cfet ria1GGG tll RURAL TELEPHONfESMR FARMERMake your home as modern for your family a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time ThIs enD be accomplished by means ot our telephone service whi h you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small corn pared with the benefits received Gall or address oUr near- eat office or write direct to headquartgrs Nashville Tenn fr information regarding our r1Peial FARMERS LINE rate If you are not ut presllt njnyin telephone service i we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi LouIsiana and the southern portion of indiana lt1 Illinois CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated 11ijj ATFTHPri- zeOffers from Leading Manufacturers Book on tents Hints to inventors Inventions needed- i sVhY some inventors fail Send rough sketch or model for search of Patent Office records Our Mr Greeley was formerly Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such had full charge of the U S patent Office GREELEY MC INTIRE Q- 0 0PATENTWASHINGTON DC0 t SCIENlE HALL The farmers are taking advantage of the sunshine and are cutting corn and sowing wheat Mrs Henry Crouch who has been very sick tor the past two weeks is able to be out again Messrs Earl Cissel and Paul Keene were iIi our idst yesterday afternoon Miss Margaret Clurkson who has been attending school at Lawrenceburg spent the latter part of last week atI home Bob Montgomery and famIly spent Saturday night with MIss Mice Lintot and brother Frank Clarkson and Marshall Thomp son made a flying trIP to LawreceburgI last Thursday Margie Walker spent Sunday with the Misses Clarkson Mr and Mrs W S Y Goodlett went through here Saturday on their way to Springfield Mr and Mrs Brook Rudd spent Mon day with the latte s mother Mrs W P Montgomery Prof JWHu paid the schoolat this place a visit Thu day We are always glad 43last the Professor with us essrs Charley Litsey Pete Shehan and Hugh Brown Gregory passed thro here Sunday IISeveral from this place attended the by MIss Emma Rose Polin- and report an enjoyable time Jesse Pile and family and Mr and Mrs Ham Pile and of Hooker 4ikeBarlow IWurse Than Bulets often caused less suffer ing to soldiers than the eczema L W iniurut Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me when all else failed he writes G eat hurnsionsIHAPPY HOLLOW Erastus Perkins wife and httle daughter Thelma spent Saturday an- Sandy d WithohJEtr tether John Arm stropg and Toll y GrIffoo1nd family Jas and Bennia Keeling and families and Mil ton Shields were entertained by the anId Sunday Misses Annie and Mattie Crookesl1ent last Tuesday night with Miss Myrtle Armstrong IRob Curtsinger spent Saturday nigh t wIth his sister Mrs Lonnie NOII near here Crookiy e driVing to Rev JA Sims and getting married The bride is the daughter of- Mr and Mrs S H Crooke anti the Hipy Free Dypepsia Sample j Sufferers from itidig stion are wok pepperminlozenges a t cures are only makesHifts in the cure of so troublesome a complaint a Issomethingdlgestlvoapparatusand this these simple remedies cannot lo currotconie IndigestioIs n Quires a sclenUnc laxative Wo knowot no remedy that combines these re CaldwellSyrup ra quarter of a century laxtlveconstipationr stomach sick heads ho and similar com strengthenandthat they will again do their work nat accomplished longtlmsuffererMo and they both found their cure convincedonltemporary y d Dr Caldwells otter o a free anYonewho thfreeonedollarpleaseto ttheInletter a yournameotherwise For either request the doctors Caldwen I i Educational Rally An all day educational rally and teach ers association will be hFldat Mack vllle Ky Nov 5 1910 of blackyille public school is expectedI to be present the teachers ucational division are Prepaying for a great day Matters of importance toI the friends of education and for the ed ucatlonal uplift of the county will be discussed by able speakers iDinner will be served We hope many citizens will respond edlucationalyet but we can announce the followingi lU a m Address of WelcomeProf D V Florence Address The Kentucky BoyRick etts Boulware Aadres The TeacherProf Lynn Bus- hAddressProf Gco Colvin 1200 mDinner 130 P m Addres The Orgmizat ol1 of County HIgh Schools and The Organization of Graded Schools Supt J W Bush Round Table discussion of Waahington countys needs by teachers and citiz ei s presen- tAddressRev J L Jones of Shelby county bytheNo5SpeCial music The Call of the Blood pimplesboilsloots moth patches and blotches on th e skinall signs liver trouble Bu Dr Kings New Life Pills make ric red blood gIve a clear skjn rosy cheek them125c IIHARDESfV Mrs Molhe Williams and daughter Mrs John Arnold visited relatives m Anderson county last week otIspent Sunday attire home of Mr and Mrs J iH Gray Miss Sarah Trent of Chaplin spent several days last week with her sister Mrs Evan Crow atPoiin Several from this place attended the GregoryWogdson wedding Richard Snider wife arid children of Bloomfield spent Saturday and Sun dav wi h MrS Mollie Wil a uQ Miss Emma Rose Palmwas a guest of Miss Yaletia Goodlett Tuesday John Neal of Bloomfield was in our miJt one day last week selling jewelry HerbertiSunday with the letters Mrs Walter Burriss of Lebanon Willie Cheser of Illinois IS ba9k in old Kentucky for a visit Walter Lewis wife and son spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs Molly Williams Mr and Mrs Evan Sale and son Rod man of Mackvtlle spent Sunday with Mrs Eliza Mitchell- SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN IMrs C L Mudd Rt 2 has for sal e thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys Alvah Perkins Rt 3 has for sale 2uuh ls a seed rye for 90c per bushel Mrs R H Lan fiord rt 4 has for sale S C B Leghorn roosters at 7bc Bradys 8 11rs Sam Tucker rt I has for sale Rhode Island Red cockerels and pullet 1 oath until Jan 1 J Mrs Irvine Lynch 3 has for sale Pure Bre on Cacherels and some ni a Mm r L Brady t Lebanonf Jr each Barred Plymouthnc lfOO 100 REjSAR SIOO The readers of this paper wm he glrd dregito d cure ill all Its stages and that is Cut arrh flails Catarrh Cure is the on positive cure now known to the tnetlic ya fratr rnity Catarrh being a constitu- 1I0nul uisease re uires cnnstituhon treatment Hall s Catarrh Cure is ton internally acting directly upon blood and mucous surfaces of the SS lm thereby destroyinxr the tourdatio n puttsrent nature dOing its wor inIthaton It ni Is Aauress JrCHENIJY CO 01Sold DEEP LREEKI John Elliote and daughter have re neJ to Danville after spending a week with hiS married daughter Amy carpenter Mrff1 Mr and Mrs G W Key hJas their Roetas last Saturday Mr and Mrs Bin Coyle Mrs Mollie Coyle spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs Laura Key Mr and Mrs Martin Mathley were called to thb bedsIde of Mr Mathleys grandmother who is very low with pneumonia at this writing Several from this place attended the educational meeting held at East Texas last Saturday o1r iUl1 wirs W DCocanougher were guests of Mrs Cocanou hers fa they John Iham near Perryville re Gently Peter Martin of Boyle county spent last Friday with his daughter Mrs belle Elliott Mrs Josie Holderman spent Friday night with Mrs Ida Ellett Frmers are about through cutting corn and sowing wheat m thIs neighbOl hood croupisCoughRemedy willIThe Demon of the Air Is the germ of la gr1PPe that breathed m brings suffering to thousands Its nervousIhUlon wIth disordered liver and kid Elechpurifier artl regulator of Stomach Liv er and Kidneys Thousands have ed that they wonderfulystrengthenth- nerves bUild up the system and rector health and good spIrits after an attar of the Grip If suffering try them Only SOc Perfect satisfactIon guaraa- steed by Haydon Robertson It t iILtt I fill III A VQ PA t l1li QOCI IAW Qj 1 cJ Itl Vt 0Q III II = wi N co Q Q ca fik Q Q 0 tI It DR HOAS Blood and Liver Restorative 4 A liTer Medici al irTHE RELIABLE REMEDY for RLeamatisa Pimples 1IJ u SkiDheasa Stre lltens the nerves makes new appetiteMorestrength to it than any edy Dont wai buy a otherremoday BYI lf iDr W F Trusty iPractical f Dentist i SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices Al work guaranteed Qffice over Havdon Barber B D LA insurance Agent t KENTUCKYkLife Hire and Accident JOHN Y MAYESfWFuneral Director And 1 Lic NvSPRINGFIELD Y x ENrIUC Best Attention- Every courtsey sho- Handsome jIse of Caskets awl rial kebu Telephone flay 19 Ni 1glDR M W HYATT OFFICE OVE u THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030to12M 4tobpm- r J c Mud JSPRINGFIELD q cIi aayooss f rrlIc DRuarroJUC Office Hours 8 tog A M 1 to 2PM J H LAMPTON M Di SPRINGFIEID KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 6 Residence No3- T J SCOTT IttA YES i ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky IIndndreslflrsldanrds Iw SPrinBfield Ky Iwill practice in tile courts of WasbJn ApeaisMARSHALL DUNCAN ILAWYER Ky will raitlop In the courts of Waehingtoa nd IU1Jnlnlnlt countiosand in court of Apeals- S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky ing ot public sales specIaltY o anywhere reable Phope 84 H M I USSELL A QtTIONEERL anon Ky Rt 3 Crying otpubhe sales a specialty CaI cry sales anywhere cheaper than cheape tPhone 1 long I short Lebs loci Exchange r