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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t- tiitfith UIi i J iDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY hlid L h YSLUME VI 1jIIIFIELD KY WEHESDAY OCToIEIl 2I ISlO t RIMIEI ijr DEATH OF MRSI f C LITSEY Passes Away at the Horne of tier tatherJudge w E Selecrnan After a Lingering Illness odsndoy morning at 315 Mr E Carlisle Lltsev was called to rest from the home ot her father Judge VrE Selecman Childtofwas born July 21st 1874 and was 36 years and 3 monthS old r White attending school in Bowling Green Ky she united with the Bap tlst church On her return from school she became a teacher in the Baptist Sunday school and exerted a mighty and lasting influence for good in the lives of the boys who constitutad herr class Even in these girlhood days sher was very active in every phase of church t work Garl1e was one of the most pop ular gIrls whonas lived in Springfield her brIght and gentle manner won her friends of every age and class June 5th 1900she was married to E Carlisle Litsey of Lebanon MrI since that time ive made theIr i in that City A year later little selec nan Lltsev came to SarahI homeifher parents The great tion of this little family was most genuline and beautifuL Mrs Litsey had not been well lor about two years but was thought to be iot serlouJy Ill Last July she came to Springfield to attend the wedding of ber sister Mrs WC McChord Jr and a few days after the was t taken ill with typhoid Later pneui monia 5developed and aftera long and severeillness she passed away sorrowing husband and rhUd fatherI mother a silter Mrs W C McChord Jr and a brother W R SelecmanJ The funeral took j1ace Monday mor nmg at 10 oclock from the home of herIparents Judgeand Mrs WE belingassIsted by Rys Lawson Moffatt and eerneterv Graves Int rmentwas In Sprizigfield One evidence of the high esteem in WhIch Mrs ILitsey wash ld was the great abundaceanj beauty of the fib ial offerings by which her friends trove to thttir adrnirati i1 and syinpa thyjFShe was brjlliant and talented and was easily the leader in any circle she chose to eater yet it was In the sacred f precincts of home that she was seen to best advantage She was tbe1dea1 sis ter and daughter wife and mother Itis lives like thIs that make certain the fact of immortality andm the lightd t of this glorious hope the Sun express its most sincere sympathy There will be two eclipse that will occur during the month Of NOvember One will be a partial eclipse of the sun- November 1 Invisible to the people of this country and the other will be a total eclipse of Dr D W Gaddie onJ Tuesday November 8 visible to every sonofagun in the Fourth Con gressinal DIstrict Lebanon Enter prise fOR AGED PEOPLE OidJoIks Should be Careful in Their Selection of Regulative Medicine We have a safe dependable and al togetqer ideal remedy that is particularly adapred to the requirements ofI aged people and Persons of weak con abtutions who suifer from constipation or othef bowel disorders We are certain that it wiil relieve these corn plaints and give absolute satisfaction in- every particular that we offer it with our personal guarantee that it shall cost- you nothing if It fails to substantiate our claims This remedy is called Rex aU Orderlies Rexall Orderlies have a soothing healing strengthening tonic find regulative action upon the bOwels They re illative action upon the bowels They remove all irritation dryness apd sore ness and weakness They restore the bowels and associate organs to more vigoroUs and healthy activity They are eaten like candy may be taken at any time without inconvenience do not cause any griping nausea diarrhcna excessive looseness flatulence or other disagreeable effect Price 25c and lOu Sol1only at ourstoreTheRexall8tore The Haydon Willett Drug Co RATHER OP TlMISTIC lion D It Smith Predicts a Big jMajority for Ben Jo nson at the Coming lectio Under the heading Smitq Optimistic Over the Outlook The Louisville Times of Tuesday evening prultB the following interview from Hoi D H knownItrictSHodgerville Ky Oct 18 From aU c Ben Johnsonymajor ty in the Fourth distrIct will be 5000 or over this time arid the DeJDocratlci party will win handily all over the country That is th opinion ot exCongress D H Smith of thIs place a who enjoys possibly athore ex ended acquaintance than any other person In the thirteen couitbescom- posinR the dlstdrt Normally he said the district is Democratic by 2500 or 3000 When I defeated Con gres8ntanLewis of Washington koun- ty the only Repvblican ever elected- n the district I won by about 1500 But it was a three cornered fight then The Populists had a ticket in the held that receIved over 2oo0 votes In the our lower counties there is an Appel ate Judge to elect this time and that wilt bring out the vote while in the other nine counties interest centers only in the election of a Congressman Mrjohnsonhis party stronger I look for a maJor ityof 5000 at least It this was a presidential year the Democrats would sweep the country As it is Kentucky is going to break records and Ohio will retit the Har administration the Republican party is pretty well torn P and each day finds things are looking better for Democracy DEATHS IN ITREIC UNTY Two of The lountys Highly Re speited Women Pass to Their Reward Mrs Mary Rowe aged eightytwo years died at the home of her daughr Mrs John W Gordon Sunday Her death was caused by pneumonia and the InfirmitIes of age She was buried at Bethlehem Rev R L Pur om conducting the funeral service Before her marriage to tie late Thos H Rowe Mrs Rowe was Mn Abell and was born and reared in Csey county Her hu band died fortysix rs ago Mrs Rowe was the mother of six children fourzof whom survive Mrs J W Gordon Mrs Sam Best and W C Rowe of this county and Mr Dallas Rowe of the State of Texas On last Thursday mornmnig at h r home near i11iburR death claim d Mrs Rebecca Riley one of the olde t women in that part of the county T e deceased would have been 74 years age had she lived until her blrthdJy next February Mrs Riley was the widow pf the late John Riley who was a wealthy and well known citizen of North Washington and who died about two years ago The funeral services were conducted Friday bY Rev A G Pinkston and he remains inLCrred in the Willisburg cemetery Holidays In Kentuckv the number of hOlujav are increasing Vh nholiday is once established it is rarely abolished and from time to time a new one IS added as was done by the last legislature The observance of these holidays is optional rather than mond tory and peoplte may abserve them or not as they choose If a holiday comes on Sunday the next day is to be observed as such The holidays here arE Jan ary 1st Nw Years Day February 22nd Washipgtons Day May 30th Decora tion DyJuly4t Independence Day the first Monday in September Labor day October 12th Columbus Day last Thursday in November Thanksgiving Day December 25th Christmas Day and such Other days as may be set aside by proclmation of the Governor or President LARGE DOCKET ON nAND October Term of Circuit Court Convened Monday Graid Jury fmpaneled and Sworn GirIa long time- Nothing was done in Circuit Court save to empanel and swear the grand jury and to call thecomm n law docket Judge Thurmais charge was as usual not a lengthy oie but was fort1ble and to the point He warned the jury of outside influences that might be brought to bear upon them during their deliber ations and tolu them to know no man whatever mIght be his position color or hadIat instances where great pressure had been brought to secure unjust indictments or to prevent the returning of merited ones He showed the jury how the exact and impartial performance of theIr duties rendered them of the greatest benefit to socIety and the enforcement of law The following men compose the grand jury of which Mr John Arnold was made foremanGRADJURY Reuben Bottoms S p Chesser HatchettJohnArnold B F Spalding J S Thomas Barton Mattingly J F Keene Miles Osborne John P Burkhead PETIT JURY G D Miller T J Miller J S Yankey H M ONan Hugh Hall Mike Shannhan Fred ifagan Evan Sale WilliamsTr D Shehan D C Shewnaker KayswJ A Kyler J S Goyler McLaughlinJ There are sever llmportant cases set for trial during the present term of court and with the minor cases on the docket the entire time of the court will no doubt be consumed The cases which will require the most time to try are those of the Commonwealth vs Erastus Holiday charged with murder the PratherKeeling land controversy the suit of 1 Wise vs Frank Keene and the Stigall will case feredisposedThe first man tried was Richard Brown a negro charged with selling liquor m local option territory It did not take the jury long to find him guilty and assess a fine of 75 Satterly charged with IOUS cutting was turned loose on pre emptory instructions Ray Walls indicted for a breach of the peace was acquitted l0 to OMeans Another The Springfield High School football tem journeYed to Danvillelast Satur day for theIr flt game of the season athi while they did not win they retUrn edllsmiles The cause of their smiles was the fact that theylad held the strong Deaf and Dumb Institute team toa score of Oto o Two halves of 16 minutes were played during most ot which time the ball was in the U D territory At one time Morrison ONun carried the ball to the D D 5yard line where he dropped it whereupon it was pounced upon bv one of the mutes Thoopenfield running of Chas Haydon and the passing of the ban by Lawrence OBnyan were features while A R Shultz Tom Spalding Morrison ONan and Ben E Simms played a fine game Several game3 will be played here be fore the close of the season The D D boys will be here Nov 12 and the Harrorisburg High School probably OJ Nov 5 ASide from these two games at least one more willberranged Saved from the Grave hi had aboilt given up hope after suffering nearly tour years from a severe lung trouble writes Ms M Dic ot Glarksville Tenn Often the pain in mychest would b almost unbearable and I could not do any work bit Dr Kings New Discovery has made me feel like a new petson Its the best medicine made for the throat and lungs Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay fever la grippe asthma croup bronchitIs and hemorrhages hoarseness and whooping cough yield TryitGuanthed by Haydon 4 Robertson aLL CULTIVATE USE LOFBOT1IIANDS Ambidexterity Neessary in iSev- eral of the Profssion Such as Surgery and Others movement has been started in Ger many tor the cultivation of ambidexterity The ides is that developing the power to use both hands equally well means developing the intelligence in gertfraland the memory in particular 18 to have been scientifically as peoplehasidA of the brain and vice versa neo pie who are ambidextrous have two lan1 guae centers one in each lobe of the brim The infant begins life with twoi spech centers hut as the right generally trainend the left neglected- theright speech center gradually grows toridand useless TheJextraordmary claim is now made that by the cultivation of the left hand the capacity of the right speech center of the brain can be revived and to that extent broaden the intelligence as am bidexterity Increases the use of the hu man beings hand Instances are quoted by supporters b f the movement in whIch oracticing the left hand has rescued a power of speech until then paralyzed One patient in question was stricken by para ys1s ot the left organ of speech and with it paralysis of the right hand The doc tor started the patient writing with the left hand with the astonishing result that irt a short time the power of speech waS awakened in the hitherto torpid organ of speech An eren mOre astonishing case Was that ofa boy who at the age of thirteen lost his left hand but soon learn ed to do faIrly well with an artificial member e At the age of thIrty he suf fered a stroke of paralysis which robbed bymeanstached to it fixed to the artificial limb he could practice writing and thus not only recovered power over hIs original speech but over French and Rpssian which he had forgotten As a matter of fact ambidexterity is necessary in several professions and occupations of which surgery and pianoplayinir may be gIven as examplesLondon Stand ard Pooled Tobacco Moving The Washington County Branch of the Burley Tobacco Society has received ordel s to ship all its hoidinga to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co to be offered for sale Several cars are now being shipped dally and WIll be put on the breaks as fast as receivd FairII prices are expected but not jlThebecause of the failure to get m tine and cOntinue the fight to hold the price where It should be- rollowing the Mounds A number of well known gentlemen were camped near Calvary the first the week where they spent several ofI fox hunting Several famouz fromCorbinand several owned by parties here numbering in all about 40 dogs Tie gentlemen who composed the party of hunters were John Padgett and Joe Doody of Crbin Duke Goodloe and W H Jjatchett of Washington county and Wallace McElroy John Grundy George Parrott Maurice Poody audI Dick Parrott Lebanon Enterprise Dies of Typhoid fever John B Hundley who live near Or vl Switchin the eastern endof the county died at hfs home Tuesday even ing of typhoid fever Funeral services Were held vesterdayat Haysvilie church conducted by Rev Robert Purdom after which the remains were buried there Mr Hundley was 55 years of age at the time of his death and IS survived by a wife and two grown- chJdrcn Besides his immediate family he leaves a father and two brothers all resldin in this Mr Hun comImunitywill be a loss both to his friends and acquaintances The sympathy of the familyI TilE WIZARD BURBANK has a Successful tompetitor in the Person of Richard Dien er of Colma tal New York Oct l1Luther Burbank the man who has made plants grow con trary to nature and do stunts undreamed of has a riyal in the person of Richard Diener a garlener of Golma a suburb ot San Francisco who has perfected a geranium six inches in diameter By removing pollen from a single va riety of white geranium which is In full bloom and crossing it with a red one Diener ha discovered that the flowers become twice the original sIze and by second and third crossing he is able to produce a cluster of blossoms measuring from five to inches in di ameter rhe number of individual flowers jsmcreaseed from twentytwo to sixyseven while the color changes from pinkish white to scarlet Diener has also produced carnations four and five inches in diameter The carnatIons were evoked by crssing a carnation with a Prosperity pink When at full growth the flowers attain fin av erage height of three feet and the stalk is almost as thIck as a lead pencil ThIs mammoth pink was reared in the open air In the dahlia Diener is seeking not only to produce new varIetIes but also freak flowers He has evolved fifty seven distinct varieties He is now trying to produce blue dahlias He has succeeded in producing a rich royal purple flower which on the edges is dark blue AGAIN AGITATING TAXING BACHELORS The fortunate Man Who Loves Single Blessedness To Be Taxed for His Temerity The question of whether bachelors should be taxed is again agitating some parts of the countrv This tune it has broken out in Memphis and the Corn rnerciaAppeai takes the affirmative on the proposition on the grouncs that all luxurIes should be taxed and as single blessedness is a luxury it should be taxed as the other luxuries of life In face of the fact however that Dr Johnson sas that the married man has many cares the bachelor no pleasures Proceeding on the proposition that all men ought to marry and suffer the penalty therefor the writer joins in the demand to tax those who are so selfish as not to want to make a wom an participate in their misery A bachelor is one of the most use less spokes in the wheel of civilization He foregoes all ot the troubles of matnimony and never knows the horror of walking the floor with hIs offspring or of being kept awake aU night by its squalls Tax em and tax em till they are forced to marry Their money could not go to a better purpose than for a fund to support the old maids that their selfishness has made to eXlstLexington Herald MAKE THIS TEST How t6Tell if Your Hair is Diseased Even if you have a luxuriant head ofI hair you may wantto know hether IS lfl u healthy condition or not 98 per cent of the people need a Hair Tonic Pull a hair Out of your head if the bulb at the end of the root is white and shrunken it proves that the hair is dls- aased and requires prompt atteution if its loss would be avoided lithe bulb is pink and full the hair is healthy We want every one whos hair re quires treatment to try lexall 93 Hair Tonic We promise that it shall not cost you anything If It does not give satIsfactory results It is designed to overcome dandruff relieve scalp irrlta tion to stimulate the hair roots tighten the hair already In the head grow hair and cure baldness It is because of whac Rexall 93 Hair Tonic has done and our sincere faith in its goodness that we want ou to try it at our risk Two sizes SOc and 100 Sold only at our storoThe Rexall The ltayQo WUlett Drug eoJ iCf t TilE MUSE 7 IOF TilE SUN tontribJt s the followmg xceI L t lent Addition to the BalI4ds of the tiSome time since the Baltimor sea published a short poem of exqui ute lyric beauty under the caption lHSinger iri the Vallevand the follow ing characteristic song poem was com nosed by Mr Sam J Alien of the Springfield Sun in response to the see tlment contained in the lyric oftbe Bat timore paper ThIs song is now blished for the first time by permis of the author It is pronounced by competent critIcs to be a fine PI eotllyric composition ltis entitled MY VAILLY I1OMIS1 I Theres a verdant little valleyI StateWhereflows swittly down Where the maple and the birch tre greatAnd t in the dawn f Refrain cJ ueTwinkle ij true But those eyesof hazel brighter thaithe dew J Are the only eyes that lure me unt t youaII A star illumes this valleya bright celestial gem Which sheds a brilliantradiance down the vle monarchsdiadem And with transcend nfglory fills th the dale f Refrain IIIIThis star is but the 10ve1ightil ag rrious womans eye That draws all lovers towardsitsnesr and far f And makes the home an Ed ftw1the summer blossoms die fI preenosfillsRefrainSIV Theres a home within this valleyia a beauteous mossy deli Embosomed in a spreading fiowry mead And the atmosphere of love withmith portals tells F That the aniteis here have sown celestial seed Refrain v Fond memries cluster round me of this happy valley home tAnd the luster of the past will never pale t i rtheTo return with steps of glidne tO that vale Refrin VI Where the welcome that awaits iAC is not veiled in unfdlt love 2 tan181 e thetbrurhtAnd eager ears are open to talea oft bygone days J Refrain The Great BalooH Trip Weirman the daring aeronaut lttt four camp nlons made a dash last Saturday from Atlantic City N J ia the huge airship Ame icaHis inteat- Jon was to cross the ocean to Europe For a few hundred mIles he made pro gress but at last he met adverse currents and for two vlYirelessco muriication was stopjied He was swept Southward and histLblP wrecked or the coast of where he and all his companions were pIcked un by a passing steamer It was a dancventure and shows the determinaiaoni of the present generation to outdo aU former adventurers Politeness IS Rewarded Because of his iinfailiigand seemim ly spontaneous courtesy to elderly mea and women with whom he came iacoa tact Charles Hoblitzelle formerly a social arbiter among the young baclisl- om of St Louis now a residntpf New York is 15000 richer todayHw attentions to Mrs Anna L H 13aiJyt- S1 Louis a daughter of Judge Alexa der Hamilton ont of the most diti- guished lawyers of his day have beet rewarded by his inheritance ofa block of bank stock according to the term ot her will He called often upo lriBaily and when absent from thc city- Lwrote to her unfailingly v The Suu ud OberkrJoeraI l1J C The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher PRINGFlELD WiTU The fish Is the real father of lies There will continue to be mor- etreatherthan aeroplanes In the high r altItude 1 Now we are told that fiat life wlll cause us to round out existence In a lunatic asylum Cincinnati surgeons are going to amputate citlienssixinch nose but aot by keeping it on the grindstone For some time to come however the popular way of crossing the Alps will be by means of the tunnel under them Good old authority says that its Impossible to tell aU the Stars butt Uncle sms experts have catalogued them It is reported from New Jersey that a cow wrecked anaeroplane It must have been the same cow that jumped over the moon Sometimes It does seem that every body In the world Is calling every body flle a liar and nobody knows Whom to believe Tie average driver of a sprinkling eart perhaps you have observed ways becomes fiendishly active just before a JJeSilV rainstorm And It you do find baseball In heaven and if the umpires manage to let there too how do you expect to Rzpress yoUr opinion of them American women make poor wives says Il English writer Yes k foreign husband tan make an Amer ban wIfe JI orln short orderI nererlJtelessrevolver is something that no ma tarries for any food purpose Occasionally when the weather man predicts partly cloudy be WreakJng Jt to you gently that a rainfall of an Inch or more impends A Wyoming girl recently killed a coyote by beating It with a riding whIp If f you meet a Wyoming girl with a rl lng whip be polite to her t New York chews more gum than any other city we are told If Its really true New York must know how to chew and talk at the same time SomebodY suggests that the Unite- States should go Into the business ot coining halt pennies They might coma in handy to put Into childrens banks We have read he new footbai rules and have arrived JOYfully at the conclusion that the grand old gam will still be the antithesis of a pin tea A New Jersey rag picker In one week found 1800 worth of jewelr- in old clothes MoralsIft your of clothing before sending It to the ra Dicker A PennsylvanIa woman found a 200 pearl in an oyster she was eating In hotel dinner From which It Is to b inferred that the pearl flshery seaso- s fairly opened Having discovered and excoriated the meanest man what shall be said lof the woman who is charged With neighborsOn the hottest day of the year New York authorities received bids for the ptout s they would have unanimously resolved it only snow would come just then 1a let It stay Uncle Sam Is going to builds barbwire fence 1000 miles long on his southern border For a respectable lady smuggler uch a device would be even harder to beat than a pier full of custom house Inspectors A woman in New York cut off he r husbands ear because he annoyed her by talking too much That shows the illogical and Inconsequent nature of woman It a man had been In her place he would have cut off the at fending tongue The new postal savings bank system will soon be in partial opera- tIon at least The government has hand 6000000 of the stamps whi can be sold at ten cents each wi the cards to which they are to be attached The cards also cost ten cents each so when a card has nine stam affixed the whole may be turned to represent a deposit of one dolls- Such an arrangement small savings the aggregate of whi ch may became very large A New York lunacy commission stumped by the question Is a m Insane because he reads his paper u side down Wellerwas it a Ne York paper France Is to equip Its army with new rifle at a trifling cost of 129000 000 Meanwhile tho military authori ties are carrying on experiments wi- tairships h which are exp tedto play an Important part in war hereafter Ifbattles are to be fought high In air of what value WW be MJlliifnewftrurm J r t p KENTUCKY i LEANINGS j IWHAT IS GOING ON IN SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH I r a DEc sroN N MALT MEAD CASE Judge Carroll Hands Down Important Decision Frankfort The court of appepls in the case of Clay Gourley vs Commonwealth from Lee decided thatit must be proven that the drink known as malt mead is intoxicating before a man can be Snell for selling it inalocal option dIstrict The option an s exhaustive one by Judge Carroll and says that certain drinks are known judicially to be intoxicating such as whisky beer wine brandy ale and gin and it Is not necessary to prove that they are intoxicating but drinks of other names not commonly known to be intoxicating must be proven to be so before a conviction can be had- Gourley had sold imalt mead but the man to whom lie sold it said he was not intoxleated by drinking it and none of the other witnesses had bought malt mead from Gourley though they said they had been made drun k by drinking x mixture bought at othcr places which was caned malt mead The court says that no matters how much it takes to make a man drunk If it is shown that the liquor he drank made him drunk the man who sold to t him in a local option district Is liable to a fine- CHANGED BY NEW LAW Vacaters nchat She byville nShelbyvilleIn the cIrcuIt when the case of the Commonwealth vs the International Harvester Co charged with being a combInation i restraint of trade was called Commonwealths Attorney Sanford raised the question that Special Judge W O Harris of LouIsville who was presid Ing had no right to sit under the new act which requires that when the regular jutlge Is disqualified the governor must appoint a judge from another district in his place Special Judge Han ris held the point well taken and or dered a continuance of the case to the next ter- mdCR05S TIE DISCOVERED In Time By Queen Crescent Engi nZr to Avoid Disaster LexingtonAn attemPt to wec Queen Crescent passenger train iNo wkd when his train ran into a cross tie placed near this city Luckily the obstruction was seen odn a the accident Capt J H Crane Q C detective here went to the sceneand Instituted an investigation hee hana to perpetrators is however Still at work on the case MANY AT A M E CONFERENCE Reports Skew an Increase In Many D partments of the Church ElizabethtownThe session of tho annual A M Ii conference convene d under the most favorable circumstances Most all the ministers have made their reports and with few ex- lepUons they show an increase hi every department the church Bishop the presiding bishop of Chicago has Impressed upon all the Importance of making the most of the opportunity and it has had It s effect Rev Mrs Lena Mason broke record for raising money for Wa mans InsUt1te ae Harrodsburg She reported 125 Lexlngton Claude langford ot Frankfort who was tried In JusUGe Dells court for having thrown a beer bottle Into the automobile of Mr and Mrs Fred Bent of Paris was fined 75 and costs Langfords plea was that he had begn 9king a bottle of beer and lIDrew the bottle out of onthe back oietlie car not knowing there rearthLoulsv11leThe Association- of American Directory Publishers In se hoardWofI probaberepo shows the organization to be in a healthy condition visitoanand delegates are expected to in twhe annual of the count j Grand chapter and the Grandlodge o f visaators will until the closing se s stan The 600 lodges in the state wJl1 be represented and most of the past grand masters and the past grand high eats will attend The Masonic theater will be closed for the week and thethe various lodges councils and chapters wm hold nCftings inthe audit o rium L Doings of theWeekIPri- nceton Acting upon advice from Paducah the I C railroad car Dien ofrinceton and OHara went out qn a strike Evansville W I Rudd aged 63 dears held uf a bank at Rockport Indand a prominent manufacturer died is a hospital of paralysis PrincetonSllveri Leaf Camp W O W No 92 of this city unveiled a monument at Ute grave of the late Sovereign R E Barnett at Wlhite Sul shoo Springs Following the raiding of alleged gambling houses at Lexington Ky by the sheriff of Fayette county the city police were severay arraigned by the circuit judge ChicagoUrey Griffith who with his sister Mrs Kye Bone arrived from Paducah Ky committed suicide by swallowing poison According to the police the young man had been melancholy over a love affair Paducah Mr and Mrs Jack FIsh er of Benton are here visitIng friends Mr Fisher Miss Evalle Martin a yours woman of Birmingham liar shall county were quietly married in Cairo Ill and they had planned to keep the marriage secret Lexington Princ andPri ces- sYysilantiof Vienna Austria are no table visitors in the city The prince- sI here to purchase horses to take back to Austria and the irincess ac companied him for a tour of the Blue Grass country They are receiving many pleasant social attentions LexingtonA deal has Been closed bywhlc1 the Kentucky Stock Farm a weekly harness horse journal chang ell ownership the new proprIetor talc ing charge at once The controlling interest in the paper was bought from Oharles L Monsch Jr formerly of Louisville Four men all prominent dealers in oleomargarine in Louisville were giv en stiff jail sentences and fined heavily for violations of the oleomargarine law by JUdge Waiter Evans in the fromhmonthsnCarrolltonHenryHKorn the nineyenroldson of HarrIson Korn fell from a fence and died afew min utes later of a broken neck The llt tie fellow was standing on the fence watching Ab Pollen a neighbor shoot sparrows when he lost his balance and fell backwards Glasgow Dr W K Richardson and others of Tompklnsville who were Injured by the falling of the seats in the- M L Clark show at Tompklnsvi1le brought suit agaInst the Clarks for damages Horses belonging to the show were attached and held but after several days were released on a co promise of 500 onknear Letcher border Frank Staple on a farmer accidentally shot and killed himself wIth a shotgun Stapleton at tempted to cross a fence lhen the gun was discharged the coat tits take Ing effect in Ills right side Jnth 1s believed to have been instantaneous Joseph D Kennedy aged 75 years died Sunday Mr Kennedy was on of CovIngtons pioneer citizens and h position of surveyor of Ken elithe He waSa son of the late I1 Kennedy and grandson o Kennedy whose fathe butt the stone house on East Secon str et where Eliza of Uncle Tom Caiin fame was supposed to hav the nIght The funeral took plac SoutheNew CastleJoe Force Sr she andkilled Anderson Smith is the place Smith went to and attempted to force an entrancej accusing the latter of stealing 10 from him whereupon the fatal shot was fired from inside the house Smith Ivied two hours but never spoke Force surrendered at once and was placed In jail Smith lead lost 10 it was found this morning on the street Both men are negroes VcrsaillesA large barn en Am milesYpounds of tobacco eight tons tif oats and a lot of farming implements was destroyed by fire Eleven head ot horses were burned to death The loss is about 3000 partly Insured The origin of the fire Is unknown but is believed to be incendiary Bloodhounds will be brought ere from Lexington to be put on the grail London KyOne of the most sue cessful moonshinraidsi made in East ern Kentucky for several years was concluded in Cl y county by Capt GeOrge C Thompson deputy United States marhal and Deputy Collector M G Hignite The raid had been In progress since early in the week and the officers secured sex prisoners Two caprtcounty and from that locality most I the six prisoners came Frankfort Poking a sUck under a blowingIpereat Marshall Delmar Harrod and Wink ate angered d it recoiled at Marshall on his left hand thbsnkeanJackson KyThe sion of tho October Breathitt circuit court has resulted In the severest punishment for liquor and other violators that has een known lin This county for ten y art Blind tiger operators alone have paid 450 In fines By JULIA BOTTOMLEY OTHING is prettier in ribbon ar N rangements than a bow and ends In simple or In elaborate designs But one may not always arrive at the bowsfAin appearance by building it In one direction or another with ribbon ar ranged in loops Flower forms maybe copied or simulated and nothing Is more fashionable than small com pact roses and foliage made of rib box 9heso examples are given hire of Inthebig velvet poppies Is lengthened at the back with wired loops of heavy satin ribbon These bows redeem the shape lifting It from the common place Into one of those which the French have described as the fleeting profile shapes They are full of This pretty costume designed especially for boating or sailing is of white linen trimmed with bands of blue and white striped linen The skirt is made wiUia group of plaits at each side above which It Is ornamented with buttons and Is encircled about knee high with an Inserted band of the striped linen The blouse has a bibliko plastron of the material ornamented with but tons The sailor collar and cuffs are embroidered with anchors and trimmed with the bands of striped linen The odd cravat and the girdle are of black liberty Stenciling Hints When stenciling a design for u wallpaper frieze draw the diapered pattern on heavy paper so as to al low the skeleton design td hold firm ly together after the sprays have been cut out from stencil plates Cutout each piece of the drawing with a sharp knife and lay It ona rough piece of the cardboard se that the edge of the knife Is not turned Prepare each piece to resist the actionof the color by sizing or by shellac dissolved in methylated spirits MIx the color with onethird pic ture copal varnish and twothirds potionr Then dab the color allover the sun face of the design with a stencil brush You will then be ready tp apply it to the walls i style The loops In this instance art made overloopa of boned wire sewed to the shape atthe back A pretty drooping brimmed round hat having the brim edge finished With a shirring pf velvet shows plait Ings of ribbon and velvet bows poised together about the round crown This forms a sort of rosette in which the plaited ribbon sets and the resul- makesone t thing of a flower In fact each velvet and ribbon decoration Is much like a huge pansy In shape The pretty hat which Is of king s blue felt needn ria other decoration A hat for a mlas faced wIth ckange able taffeta gathered In the under brim Is bound with a put of velvet A collar of ribbon about the crown Is finished wIth a very full plaiting o r shirring of ribbon at the left fron t Such a hat Is Ideal for a miss of 16 or moro years and is quite within tho range of amateur millinery to maRe I EWELS FOR DAY AND NIGHT Precious and SemiPrecIous Stones Very Much AllOccasions With lowcut necks narrow velvet graduatedbecomingwithgownsAEarrings do much to break the Une of a long neck with n collarless gown Parisianrogue pearls A good looking set of earrings ha s a bowknot and dangler of diamonds with baroque drop another set thatscrews on has three baroque pearls byjeweledornaIpentjoferalds with a shoulder catch to cot tolownecked a The woman of bony neck should coTarsy narrow side bars and a square central bar of Parisian diamonds For traveling or sports the watcb Qnetheof n strap and buckle of gold wire set with a red enamel watch studded In pearls On a gray suede wrist strap is a small atch of gold rims studded with alternate rubles and pearls 01 sapphires und pearls Cheaper for hard wear are tan or gray suede bracelet with a small opentaced Old or silver watch Frenchjewelryor corsage Is a pair of Mercury wings set to form n hollow that can encirc- lhe hair knot Black Waist The black chiffon blouse over white or over a silk in Persiatl colors i even more popular now than at tb end of last season when It was halls d as n novelty The veiled effect is more pleasing and satisfactory In a waist than a skirt since it gives a color etfcot which cannot be obtained or bands There Is a beautiful messalinewoven In the designs and colorings of the famous India shawls which Is used exte forIof them have a narrow round yoke white lace which gives them a dress appearance relieving the somberness of the black A New Tie A fetching new tie that gives a touch of color to a dark or white cas tume Is made from bias satin or vie vet formed Into Inch wide folds These are ended with bunches of tiny ftow era and leaves while a aimtlar bune r holds the leaves together In front y TERRIDLE IUFFERING NDI Hew An Allegan Mich Woman Regained Her Health Mrs Robert Schwabe R R D No- S Allegan MIch says Doctors could runningintotIons were like blOOd and I arose 8 to 10 times at night to void them I became frightened at my condition My sight began to fall and pains InmT back were like knife thrusts I cried fort controlfeelbetterliving testimonial of their merit Remember the nameDoans sboxosterYUburn Co Buffalo N y IgnoranceLaura is Brooklyn her successful appearance on the stage said I talk In my monologue about love marrIage and the other Interests of the heart On these subjects Women especially young women are strangely ignorant They really make me think you know of the little girl who was asked by her teacher 4ment Solomon replind the little girl was verY fond of anImals And how my dear said the teacher do you make that out Because answered the little gi1 the Bible sayS he had r00 porcu pines Who Scratched the Bathtub Nice porcelain bathtub too and all the folks thought it was just lovelyxBut somebody was washing It out and used common laundrysoaptheyeriow kind with rosin ant strong caustic tn itand away went the enamel and the finish U that kind of soap will harm porcelain enamel what wont it do to clothes 1 Easy Task Soap the pure white antiseptic flve cents a cakekind will not harm anything but dirt Try two cakes and get your money back U- Itlsnt as represented r L v llNJnoZlfJNKZlZ1 cD G 1V 22i2fF1f747 AfI- lJYPCzULiq ZHIJPRof He Knew A small boy brought up by a fire eating father to hate anything con nected wIth England or the English dinneey hetcome to that wentY minutes p stage where aversgtion halts din t i ly when a childish treble fell u pn the dumbwaiter shaft from he kitchen This is what the astonls ell nobleman heard Fe fifo fum I smell the blood of an Ensli h4 munWasp The ward tired Is muchh used 4i abused r iCOFFEEWA5 ITrPeople Slowly Learn the Facts All mY life I have been such a slave to coffee that the very ram of it was enough to set my nerves quivering I kept gradually losing mi health but I used to say Nonsense It dont hurt me Slowly I was forced to admit the truth an the final result was that my whole nervous force was shattered heart became weak and Uncer etarn In its action and that frightened me Finally my physician told me about a year ago that I must stop drinking coffee or I could never expect to be well again I was In despair for the very triedeso many limes nauseated me I Itthought of Postum but could hardly brlngmyself to geye up the coffee Finally I concluded that I owed It to myself to give Postum a trial So I got a package and carefully followed the directions and what a delicious nourishing rIch drink It was Do you know I found it very easy to shift mindorat immediately after I made theAlmost I found myself better and improvYsteady I slept well and fet thong and wellbalanced all the time Now I am completely curewith the old nervousness and sickness all gone In every way I m well once more It pays to give up the drinkk that acts on Some like a poison for health tis the greatest fortune one can 14av- eRead the little book The Road to WUvUIe1 In pk There s a Ref gaL i 4 fI ifttIIROUND ABOUT THE STATE IIOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY i + 10111 + 1IJIJo 11111 t I ANNUAL CONVENTION Daughters of Confederacy Hold Meet LouisvilleV Loulsvl1le The annual convention of theKenhckY division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy opened meeting at the Galt house and held a two daysIn The features of the opening session were the address of welcome of Mrs L E Williams president of the Albert Sidney Johnston chapter and the re spouse by Mrs William G Talbot The invocation was made by Rev TG- Minnfg rode Mrs F PFrisble of Lancaster read a dedication to the old soldiers The remainder of the session was taken up worktstate committee for the erection of a monUment at Arlington Va was first to report She showed that more than r 20000 had been collected by the national organization and of this Bum Kentucky Was given a fair portion iqthIsmonument will cost over 40000 In selecting the design for the pro LVirginiaorganizationthe several state committees on dysIgn want a monument without the figure of any particular person on it whereas the Virginians want a statue of Robert E Lee on top bwasCamp BeauregardbTIle cam near Mayfield Ky and tryingcamp and place thereon a suitable monument to commemorate the confederate dead Mrs Roy McKinney reported grog ressin collecting Kentuckys sharE of the 60000 which the Daughters of the Confederacy are trying to raisu to mssist the Tennessee legislature i erecting a monument on the Shiloh battlefield In commemoration of th wekilledKENTUCKY CLOCK Refuses to t pRunnng Althou 9 h WindingStanfordHas perpetual motion been unexpectedly solved ThIs Is the question which every I one is asking who has seen a wonder ful dock at the home of H J McRob- erts a prominent merChant of thIs citroThis clock an ordinary eight day timepiece has now been running for six weeks without winding and to all appearances seems inclIned to run on IndefinitelY The wonderful thing about it isthat the main sprIng which is plainly vI- lble s from the side remains as tightly coiled S when rewound for the last time over a month ago The clock keeps excellent time Just six weeks ago while Mrs M- cRobertswas engaged in some hQuse work the clock whIch had just been strikewas It Not content with striking 10 the timepiece kept on striking and Mrs Mc Roberts mystified counted the strokes When the number gotfo1- 2D she became tired of the noise and jammed a pencil in the wheels of the clock stopping the striking and the hands as welL shortlY afterward she removed the pencil to see if it would strike again but no Sound came forth and the clock began to run again as usual Sin 1V that time the clock has run contin- ously without wInding but it ceased to sound the passing of hours by strild1g A great ninny people have callesee the eightday wonder abut none has been able to solve the problem of the nonwinding clock MILL AND GRAIN BURNE- DGreenvilleGreenville suffered the greatest less by fire in its Jistory when the property of tile GreenvilIe Milling company burned A flouring mill grain elevatOr and 35000 bash els of wheat were destroyed The mlll and elevator It is said were set on fire from some boarding cars of the Illinois Central TaUroad which were on the private switch of the milling company and which were burned The loss is about 60000 about half oorered by insurance- WOMAN BREAKS NECK Mrs Geo Best Faints at Brother in Laws Funeral Causing Death Danville Wbile attending the fti neral of her brotherinlaw George Best at Bethlehem church west ot here Mrs Nora Best wife of John BestfatntoL Her head struck a pew and hit neck was broken Producing instant death She vas 30 years of- I age George Best dieti from consu- tion mfr lwas Yell known and 2 eariJ2f vhe t SESSION IS ENDED Odd Fellows Close Meeting AtLexington L T Gruberof Shelbyvllle Ch sen Grand MasterMeet In Loui yule Next Year Lexing onTh grand lodge o the Independ nt Order of Odd Fel ows will ho1ci its annual meeting inLoui s v1l1e next year during the second week in Octaaar 1911 This decision was r cited at the closingS ion oi the gfn4 lodge here AresqlutioIl was also adopted invIting the sovereign grand lodge of the world toneet Kentucky in 1913 It will meet in- dianapolis in 1911 Lynn TGruber of Shelbyville wa elected grand master to succeed 1 N W illiams of this city and after the ceremony f oatsping Grand Master Gruber was ended Mr Williams wa presented tIth a beautiful past grand- maSter jewel Asimilar jewel was or dered sent to Judge w ILHolt o ouisville who Is a past te The full list of grand officersif elected was as follows Otto ABreith of Newport deppt- randg master W U Carr of Ashland grand warden R C Elliott ot Lexington reelected grand secretarY Whit Potter of Bowling Green grand represeltative n J Durham GiorDan villa reelected grand treasurer Grand Master Gruber appointed th following roster of the officers whin are selected by the grand master Grand marshal Dr H H Roberts xington grand conductor J N Newport nd messen Louisvillefule grand herald R H Williams Sanders grand chaplain E B Duncan Frankfort- The = meeting Of the grand lod which closed here is admittedto have een the most largely attended and of fife most successful ever hel- y Kentucky Odd Fellows The loor of delegates exceeded by meetindpast grand masters and other officers there were between 765 and 775 cerU- fied grand lodges in attendance FPRTUNE OF 16000000 anto Claim It 1ledrickac of whom livoIn t is city and county have arrange to send John Hedrick UI to Hamburg Germany to claim a fortune 16000000 which is said to be awai- ugl them there The money was left to the heirs b John Hedrick J The original sum o 4OOp000 was left but the money ha been on deposit in the banks of Hamburg for 25 years The 4000000 has doubled itself several times durIng that period of years The direct heirs to the estate are the heirs of Lewis Ambrose Hedriclt and his two brothers and sistersfThe heirs of Ambrose Hedricl all live near Frankfort They are John Hedricl III and his four children the late Edd HedrIck and his two the late Frank Hedrick and his f1ve children Mrs Cassius Hall 6fWhteS- ulph1lr and her two children Mrs Kate Hall of Texas and one child and Mrs WIllIam Hall and her eight childre1 CONDENSED KENTUCKY iTc MS Paducah Concessions by both s ides re ulted in a seitlementof the Illinois Central shop employes strIke and a number of the men returned to work Quincy Wallace general foreman off the car department will continue in that position until the charges of unfaithfulness to the non while a member of the grievance eon mittee are proven The men demanded his removal Lexingtoll Columbus day was for holiduay cc patriottheis e organizatiotonh This was the 41th anniversary of the landing of Christopher Columbus in America and the observance of the day aSan annual holiday is under a statute passed by the last leglsla Lure atlettsburg KyThe cornerstone for the new Federal building was for- mallY laid In the presence of 5000- eople under the auspices of the Ma sons The Hon JE Pollock of Greenup was acting grand master and Cot J B Sanford WaS the act ng grand marshal Judge John F Hager of Ashland was the orator of the da y and delivered an address eulogistic of the principles of Maosnry There was a parade in which Masons and Odd Fellows from all over hissection participated FordA disastrous wreck IIi Klngits tunnel one mile north of there was narrowly averted when the coal tend er of a southbound fast train jumps track The train was about 15 ml ptes late and runqing about 60 miles ab hour when they accident occur Engineer Lane was in charge of ti train and It was his cool and eflscte- ifwork that saved those onboard Tr BeattyYill lic was delayed 10 hours The doors of the National bank ofBeatyv1lle were close The immediate cause of the fail are lwxs the inability topaysome far checksil rt i IN SESSION AT DANVILLE Bowling Green Chosen for Meeting Next Year Over Springfield After Close Contest DanvilleEvery element tended tc make the session of the Synod of Kentucky one of the most enjoyable suc cessful and probably the busiest ever held by that body Beautiful weather contributed its part to the pleasure of the vIsiting del egates and minIsters The most widely discussed question 0thater or not a special evange1st should be employed to work in the schools and colleges maintained by the com inonwealth such as Kentucky State university and the Eastern anti Western NQrIU al schoolsIThe questiou S to the quaIl cations roughtniany thoughsthe melt emplb d for this wo kneed not be ordained minister they should by all means ble possessed w th the withsthe studentbodi s and must be strong Jy Imbued with he spirit of Crist flowedfout in Kentucky State university and found successful will be extended to other state schools Dr F W universityYamong an strongly favoring such a departure The report of the permanent com mittee to visit Central university was read receIved and unanimously adopted Bowlinge ashsynod The vote stood 39 to 34 in favor of Bowling Green The next meeting will begin on the second Tuesday In October 1911 REUNION AT AN END Survivors of Orphan Brigade Guests of Franklinge FranklinTaps have sounded The hayedscattered oftsee OctogThe last handshake of the 26th reunion has been exchanged last au revoir spoken which to many of the grayhaired S obis veterans will mean goodby until the final roll call Itstspent in apse h making story telling music and feasting Fried chicken real Kentucky brand headed a bill f fare that was only equaled in variety by its plentifulness The women of Simpson county were theveteranstno one was IJv dawnY theswas re s onded to by Gen W B Haldeman SUIT AGAINST COLLEGE Agent wants to Collect Al 1u leged Back Taxes Richmond J T FerrUl auditors agent tiled suit against Berea college 105000nwhich wlll amount to between 6000 and 7000 The petition cites that the college has been conducting a laundry water tivorka electrIc light hotel mills etc as a betterment of educational faeill des and used exclusively for this pur pose and thereby have been exempt from taxation when as a matter of fact these Industries have been used to support the wants of Berea citizens also kept out of cottpetitIoa of like na lure for which the petition prays that the school should be made to pay taxes as otlu corp rations of like na tore THUNDERSTORM CAUSES PANIC Owensboro Fair Crowd Thoroughly fJrenched By Downpour OwensboroFtmr days train put the Davtess County fair out of business tiVhile 2000 people wbre enjoying the races last week a rrain and thunderstorm broke over the fat grounds causing something like a panIc The side shows we f forced to close and the fakirs were tp rout In the mad rush for Ptlt and conveyances nearly halt the was thoroughly drenched CarlisleThe annual convention of the Womans Foreign and Home liis sionary society of the Methodist Epis copal church South of the Harsville conference dlstriC assembled in this city for a two days session A lark number of delegat s from the varlour counties or the district arrIved An interesting praxis was arranged an d addresses were de ivered by a numbs of the most promInent women ot the district as well as a number of hlg1t officials of the societ- yCovingtonWord was recessed in AnJbnyears of ege and was a o oeda r o attorneyntHe was a klonal Tribune at Washington an d tar many yearwas the Washingto rr condidawerg4 SHORTHORN HOLSTEIN OR AYRSHIRE FOR DAIRYMAN Where It Is Intended to Sell Calves to Butcher Breeds Named Are Excellent Some of Their Qualities The best bull for the milk farmer Is the Holstein Shorthorn or Ayr shire If he intends to sell the calves to the butcher when two or three weeks od he should buy the Holstein or Shorthorn A male of either breed properly fed and bred to grade cows of guy of the large milking breeds will glue large calves that wlll make rapid growth and sell for 8 to 10 each when at the age ot 20 to 25 days aJerseycate calves that can seldom be sold for more than a few dollars Any calf butcher wlll tell you what calf wIll bring the most money lf the milk farmer desires to raise the female calves from his best cows he should buy an Ayrshlre The Ayr shire bas been bred eXclusively for milk and wlll probably yield a great er uanUtY of milk for the food con sumed than any other breed An other excellent quality of the Ayrshire breed is their freedom from lung diseases their hardy rugged character and their ability to stand cold weather without injury For cheese and mIlk at tile lowest cost the Ayr shire and the Ayrshire cross will give thee largest returns For cream and butter buy the Guernsey or the Milking Polls The Guernsey is much larger than the Jersey they give a larger flow ot mIlk and the milk being highly col ored can be sold at an advanced price I know of dairymen keeping a few wellbred Guernseys for the express object of their milk being used to color and flavor the milk from their grade cows Nearly all th e dairy farmers that make a business- of selling milk to the city want large cows The cows preferred are the grade Shorthorns or the Holsteins says a writer in the Baltimore Amer lean Most of these cows come to SEEDS INJURED 3BY MOISTURE Varieties Like Blue Grass wm- HeotQaict1Y iL Not Dried in Sun or With Artificial HcatofSonie Kind CHAS Ie WEATHERSON The drying of seeds affects theit germlnability to a considerable ex tent Some seed like blue grass seed wlll quickly heat and spoil it no- thoroaghly dried is the sun or with artificial heat Much of the poor blue grass seed has been made poor by being to quickly put in large receptacles wher- it does not have an opportunity thoroughly drY Even when plIed in the field after it has been taken from the blue grass tops It has been known to heat suf- aciently to spoil it It Is unfortunate that when a man pas a lot of blue grass seed that hu been so spoiled that he cannot rosin seedrtlany other seeds fe injuriously at rooted by too great a moisture content but few so much as the blue contendt appear to be to keep it from dampness Corn being high in percentage of starchy matter must be kept fro m dampness or its germ Inability will b destroyed So readily does it hea under warm moist conditions that i t Is regarded as very difficult to send a cargo of corn across the equator It may be accepted as a good rulo that all seeds should be kept Iron dampness mOst of all such seeds corn s Just how the dampness the germlnability we do not ful know In some cases doubtless the damp ness with a fair degree of heat starts the germ to developing which when the seed is again dried is rested and the soft cells harden and the germ dies Corn especially shoal I e feet from dampness When the weather In the fall Is such that the corn fully matures an the ears drY out before the iros tomes almost any amount of cold tails to Injure It thobr freeze sidestroy the germ Ire because of the 0 the Baltimore market from Ohio and West Virginia They are great eaters and usually give a large quantity of mIlk and when dry fatten quickly The cows are fed liberally at all times and as soon as fat disposed of to good advantage as beef A herd of tat grade Shorthorn cows recently sold for 55 per head which was within a few dollars of their put chase price when fresh The milk farmer should uecide whether halt a dozen or more fat cows sold every spring to the butcher will not pay better than keeping th cows over until they come fresh Our own method which we have found most economical as we have tbs pas ture and the feed is to keep thC best milkers over We only raise the emale calves from our choicest Dairymen having highpriced land an carrying on an exclusive milk bust Iness should take the Shorthorn 01 Holstein cross The dairyman livin 8 on his clay or rough mountain farm should take the Ayrshlre bull and raise the choicest female calves keep up his herd This he can much cheaper as his expenses much less American Hogs Five distinct breeds of hogs a credited to American skill and eve r7 one of them Is better adapted to Am- elic conditions than any forelp breed barring the Berkshire Th Berkshire seems to be a good hOI anywhere Fleas and Mites It is said that crude carbolic acid dissolved in boiling water and sprinkled about the barn or henhouse stire death to fleas and mites Use 16 cents worth of the carbolic adl to a bucket of waterj moIsture in the germ It is probable that the minute particles ofmolsture are expanded in the freezing and burst the cells of which they form 8 part The drying ot corn is therefore a necessity If good seed Is to be had experienceternalmark to show what has taken place iIt the germ Tho farmer picks out the nicely appearing ears and shells the corn for seed blot WI it fails to come up the soapstct jured before he selected itfor seed PROPER DEPTH toFOR PLOWING Excellent Method lta to PloW an EverYYearSoil to SurfaceGradually By C M MILLER One of my neighbors started his faU hittwo little mustang ponies that were trying to drag a 14inch plow He was turning up the soil about three inches deep and when he came to a particularly hard spot he bore down poitnt lIove that the soIl four inches below the surface over saw the light in any of his fi61ds complainingthat if he would use a tenInch plow fnckYh but I simply got snubbed for my pains meddlings downarbe to ltover in deep plowing The depth should be lowered grad u planto Ontplow an inch or two deeper every year and In this way bring the bottom IoU to the surface gradually It will bsorb plant food more readily and i the lOne run piodna it 7 ettucror i 5nEUMATIsMJ J I4GetV S vial If it fail to cure I will refund y7 Maafoerf CURE P- 1 BEST MEDICINE ofOUGH OLD LEFT TO A WORSE FATE Dyna Iter Himself a Married ManeKnew What Awaited Forgetful Husbandr The business man was sitting in hiss office thinking of starting for home when a suspicious looking persoB hisdIf you dont give me 25 said the visitor coming at once to the pOint will drop this on the floor t The businessman was cool What Is in iU he asked Dynamite was the brief reply f What will it do if you drop it Blow you up Drop It was the instant com mandr iy wife told me when t left home this morning to be sure and- send up a bag of flour and I forgot It I gUess it will take just about as- iftomuch dynamite as you have there pare me for the blowing up Ill ntwhen she sees me He threw himself back in his hairI and waited for the explosion but IfI did not come Im a married man myself said the dynamiter and quietly slipped out illustrated Bits 7 H Prudent Bridegroom The Uncertainties ot lIfe in New York are reflected in wedding nags said the jeweler Of aU the wedding rings I have sold this season more than half were brought back after the ceremony to have the date put on Tie rest of the inscription was engraved when the ring was purchased but tn order that the date mIght be correct it was cautlouslp omitted until after the knot was tied I ITwo1nga low tumbling building under neath which was printed The Ho in Which Shakespeare Was Born Turning to his friend In mild surprise he pointed to thee print His friend f exhibited equal surprIse and called a waiter who assured them ot the ac curacy of the Inscription Pon my word said the observing Englishman shaking his head dubious ly I thought he was born ina gert A Biased OpinionjDo you think long ones life Cot Soaksby Ahem I have no doubt Miss Plumper that If a person had to drink buttermilk every day it would mike life seem longer t Toothsome TidBits Can be made of man ordisatly home hca byaddiog Post p- loastiT s 1c i The little booklet I GOOD THINGS MADE WITH TOAST f ms mpkgst tells how Two doxn or more mpIc ia expensive dainties that will dc1ic tthe family The Memory Lrin ors i Postnm Cereal Cospbnp 1f JBatetetCreek Ytclt W7 r- hItlL8 1910cUP SPRIN6FIELD SUNI- HUED EVERY WEDNESDAY L F TIBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR AdvanceIn L SMITH liter sad iiblAer ttered at the potoffice at Sp field for transmission through the Moms as secondclass matter lrTERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Dae Year 8zMoaths 56 vreeMonths DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS j HON BEN JOH SON lEN JOHNSON IM SPRINGFIELD iaY Monday last County Court day Hon Ben Johnson Democratic candidate for Congress from the 4th congressional district delivered a very able address toa large and appreciatIve audIence in the courthouse here beginning at about 130P m Mt Johnson spoke first on the tobac coquestion and addressing himselt more directly to tIle tobacco farmers of this section showed them conclusively how tbeybJrumed their prospects along tobacco lines by repudiating the pool rthus placing themselves completelY at the mercy of one ot the most gigantic- monopolies ip the world the American t Tobacco Co operated and controlled by the Rockefeller interests the dominat mg financial Pow er In the United States ifhof in the whole civilized world He pointed out that the future of tobacco as a paying investment to the grower had received a blow from whIch It may never recover as the Trust would never advance the price in the interest of the producer He next paiii his attention to hIs Republican opponent Dr Gaddie and evoked much applause from his audience in this connection and he certain Jy did not present that gentleman in a very favorable sight nor did he swell his contingent of votes 1 i His excoriation of the Payne AldrIch tariffmeasure was a masterpiece This tattered and torn all forlorn relic of Cannonism was punctured at every vulnerable point by the surprising array of facts which he adduced and LIe skill ful and convincing arguments he ad YaDced He handled the subject with out gloves aid dealt some of the sever est blows dt thin unpopular arid odious eeasure that has yet been reported Mr Johnson was in his best vein and held his audience from start to finish in wrapt attention His address was Jt admirable and every way worthy of the distinguished gentleman and there is- ao doubt that those who were on the t fencerif any Iinibd down and got into the Johnson band aRon From aUindicatons Johnson wit r be returned bya much increased ma Jotity and in this view the Sun joins with unmistakable conviction Hen Johnson has been a credIt to his constituents and they will show their appreciation of the splendid work he has done m Congress byreturring hun not only on this occasion but wi often as he desires the honor Able fearless always mindful of the best interests of his constituency a true type of the Kentucky gentleman he sheds a luster upon his State and addsiinpartance and dignity to the Commonwealth in the halls of Congress As to his candidacy for Governor the results of the coming election will prove that he is by far the ablest the most popular and the most available candidate for this high office and we feel as cured that he will lead all competItors when the convention meets When you want fresh Groceries fruits ete call Telephone No 6R J A Shaders Grocer Jack Frost has been busy in this vi- cinitY during the past week and for two or three nights covered the ground with a generous mantle Newcoat suits at Mrs Williams There is some talk of bUIlding new Methodist church in Springfield This IS a move in the right direction and we hype to see ere long a handsome brick edifice on the site of the present frame structure Push the good work along New Hats that we can save you money on will arriv for the last of the week Wathen Shader Buy your tickets early for JThe Fighting Parson at the Opera House Tuesday Nov 1 Currents and Raisens for your Thanksgiving c a k e sa t J A Shaders Grocery An infant son of Mr Tom Trainer ot near town died yesterday of pneumonia The remains were burled to tay iu St Dominics cemetry The Ladies of the Catholic church will serve court dinner in February In consideration of the fact that the cool weather now upon us is sufficient to keep meats over night and that the unnecessary opening on Sunday is not taking an ox out of the ditch only Imposing extra work upon us we will cease to open our shops on Sunday after Nov 9 Therefore you must order your meats for Sunday consumption on Saturdays Signed LADIES MORAN JR C A THOMPSON FARM FOR SALEI offer for sale privately the farm of my mother con taming 218 acres near St Marys either as a whole orin tracts Also 34 acres of land adjoining the above farm Miss Annie E Thompson Rout 2 Lebanon Ky 47tf ESTRAYAbout three weeks ago a black gilt with white spots straYEd from my place will wiRh about 125lbs Liberal Reward for 1m formation of whereabouts W H Mullica- nNotice Owing to the hIgh cost of provisions I will on and after the 1st of Novem ber charge 50 ceuts per meal SB THOMPSON Mound City paints may cost a little more but1 Mr Leo Haydon The Ladies of the Pleasant Grove church will have a sale of cakes Chickens and salads on Wednesday Nov 23atHag n Bros Patronage Solicit edFor firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUBGEO G GOWDY Prop I TheAcrne nikiA1I I Meat t Market 6 JAS MORAN Jr Proprietor Successor to Geo Mullican Fresh Meats o f alt KindsNew Stack Flrst Class Staple Groceries A new and complete stock of everything to eat FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON Most tender our Chops our Steaks are rare Excellent our Hams our salted meats the sametAnd our prices you will find are always fair lo serve and to please you ismY aim So remember the place and the name A quantIty of extra Rood Pure Country Sorghum Molasses Try em Bring me your beet hides and aU Country Produce Will pay highest market prices If you have an xtragood beef for sale phone me Bring or send your Laundryfirstclass work Guaranteed earnestly solicit your liberal patronafeI i JAS MORAN Jr Drt Tt aurton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Without Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly FirSt lass Springfield KYf ftlce in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes Born on Oct 191910 to the wife of Mr MIchael Fitzgerald a laughter Joanna We will have an entire new line of TrImmed and Readyto Wear Hats for the last of the week See them Wathen Shader The new redryer building for the Lake Company IS well under way The machinery is partially in place and everything looks business hke An extension of the switchboard in the TelEphone Exchange is contemplated to facIlitate the transactIon of the increasing public business of the com employment If you want a shoe towear you from six to twelve months buy Hamilton Browns Hardware Sold by P J Thomas You will find a stylish hat at the right priceif you go to Mrs Williams Fighting Par at the Opera House Tuesday Nov 2 Dont fail to see It The Directors of the Washington Co F r Association met in the office of Ju ge B L Litsey last Saturday and eclareda dividend of 10 percent and payment will be made to the stockhold ers on the 15th proximo Our prices on anything in the youCrouseWathen Shadet The following marriage licenses have been secured from the County Clerks office Fred Sutherland and MIss Mattie Brown Thos Mattingly and Miss Nellie Anne Hardin Hamilton Browns Hardware Shoes are the must durable I have known for long wear and hard work Good news ot the highest praIse from those who have tried them last year P J Thomas Hon Ben Johnson Democratic candi date for Congress from the 4th dIstrict paid a visit to the Snn office Monday and made the acquaintance of the office force Since his advent the devil sports a Derby hat with a shoehorn attachment A donation party was organized last week by the ladies of the Methodist congregation here for the benefit of Rev T J and Mrs Wade who had just moved into the parSonage Their larder was tolerably well replenished by the thoughtfulness of the generous donors J G Toles anoldtiI1e resident of Springfield and a practical printer who was formerly employed in the News stampingIthe employ ot The Farmers Home Jour nal and is op a collection tour Building ip on the boom in Springfield The new residence building at the jail is going up rapidly and the fine new ed ilfice on East Main erected by GC Wharton is nenng completIon while- several others are in process of construction Messrs Abram Sydnor and W J WaJIStem of Darlington S C arrived here thisfthe local tobacco houses for the past two years and their many friends welcome them back to Springfield Ilh county court dinner given by the Ladles of St Rose last Monday was wen patronized The Ladies set good tables had tin abundance of provisions and managed things well The amount of money taken in was 268 the largest dinnerIA fire alarm was turned in Saturday night about 630 oclock and within a few minutes the streets were crowded and the fire company ready for action It was discovered that an oil stove In pressing room over Isaac Currys grocery store had exploded The conflagration was soon under control and thedama practically nothing The Ladies of the Presbyterian church will serve an Oyster Supper Nov 5 from 4 to 10 m at the Court souse EverybOdy invite- dI i lia ++++ ti 4 e itit t it i ii f i Are now being received by us daisy and each day we are opening for yourin spection one of the most fitattracive lines of Dry Goods Dress Goods Silks + Trimmings Novelties and Notions we have ever n + shown J tit tWare now showing an t extra snappy line of Mens ++ and BOY5 Suits and Over coats Shd i Hats Shirts and Ties +tit +r Dont fail to see our stock N IN Eof Ladies Suits and Coats before buying We will be + delighted to show you + I I T JTT T + f+ i TheRORERTSONCLAYBROOKE CO i4 PIcoRPORATED xt + + iit+ + +iit4t++i++iI +Hit 1k Moores AirTight Heater Does the Work Ofa Furnace I 3aItsby far the greatest heater on earth Built on an entirely dif ferent principle than others Heats by circulation instead of radiation One Moores Air Tight Heater will heat your entire hou5up stairs and downroid keep every floor as warm as though you had a furnace It heats the air in the farthest room to the same tempera ture as the air in the same room as the stove a t Saves Over Half Your Coal Bill sMoores AIr Tight Heater burns hard coal or the cheapest kind of stack and can be run at less than half the cost ot other heaters carsboa In the coal thus overcoming the smoke and soot nuisance as well as the fuel last longer There are no clinkers and no cinders The Dust Flue takes all the dust AU parts are surface ground and titand small ashes up the chimney thus together air tight Nothing but asbeF IttheThe Ashpan Apron keeps all ashes so that the htove Is Perfectly air tlgkt from falling on the floor when remov and under complete control at allt Ing pan times The Handsomest and Handiest Heater Ever Made An nlckeJed parts are ot the very hlghes1 tlQlsh through a process known only to the House of Moore None ot the polished parts comes In- dIrect contact with the fire 1he polish cant burn off One polishIng keeps the stove like new for a whole year The Air Tight Drafti Control en ables you to hold a tire from 24to 48 hours Fire never goes out over nIght and Is always under perfect control Stop In and let us show you the Secret ot our Open Rca Casing and many other features we baventf- Oom here to explain Let us preys to you that one of these heaters will replace two or even three others and do bitter work than all eembia Call att our store and let us explain the won derful quality of this I 1Pi Everlasting Firepot An investigation will prove a great saving t i you When in need of Tin- ningVY J w Plumbin Gutter ing and Repair Work gjv us a call SHULTZ CLEAVER Springfield Ky y A FEW NICE FRESH JerseY COWt For Sale r A n ran N PetersD r fr THE SPRINGfIELD SUN WEDNESDAr OCTOBER 26 IgioSS We are Showing the Largest Stock of Mens Boys and Chil drens Suits we have ever shown In fact we are Overstocked and must cut the stock I down We make the following low prices 11HartSchaffner Marx Suits worth 35 for X200 1850i2250iI1750 for 1250 uf f U 1500 for 1100 50rICb plete Stock of c S o 3 t= Womens Empress Goat Suits w x f I t f1 Novelty and French Serge 2000 to 35 IC rdx Q i Q PlaIn Broad Cloth 1250 to 20c y CC 0If lI l1li Womens Coats and Furs gaV tas0 h 4a SHOES 1 f1Florsheim Shoes for Men 450 to 6 c oI 00CJ IfI+ A S t4Douglas Shoes for Men oTT2 to 400Pl 14 Shoes for Men oI 3oo to 400 r IforVomen25o to oo 1I q s5SmithSterling Shoes for Women20o to 5o Ate MondaykvCalicoes 5c Apron Ginghams 7c Hoosier Cotton Gc 10ccWE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE s CUNNINGHAM DUNCANJ tJth A to sic that InVlgo18l8G betkol and yotasU For weak nervou Evequttt TODAYtl Ik- DRll0AG5 S b HAYDON ROBERTSON L SECURIT v DaPIN GIl f 1 1Itl f t lSSIsixinchSasphaltcement welded joint gives you a continuous one piece roof without a single nailhole through it Made of natural mineral asphaltthe best weatherproofing known No Coal Tar SOLD BY jeorge J Begemann MANUFACTURER OF HandMade Harness SPRINGFIELD KY rj- RDWELLIMr Nels To is visiting Tom Mobley ChicagoisThis IS hiS first visit here since he left eighteen years ago Rev A c Pinkston closed a series of meetings at Mt Freedom Sunday nIght with 21 additions to the church Rev Pinkston is a fine talker and we trust many will follow his good advice John Taylor bought of Ott Voorhies his farm of 60 acres near Battle for 1750 Mr Voorhies bought of Law equalltocounty last week a 4 year old Jennet for 131 J A Kyler sold to Dan Simpson a bunch of 800 lb cttle at 4c I fewIa with 1 L GillisPie as barber at the Commercial Hotel at Harrodsburg Excuse our letter W might have duie better but h9d to star home and keep the babies aid let the madam Rb to church Mr J I Royalty is erecting a new house where the Glq one burned down RJ Young is building a nice house in front of his oldone which will add greatly to the looksof things down the pike W L Graham and E T Perkins were in Springfield Monday on business beIcolds croup and influenza Try it when in need It contains no harmful sub stance andalway gives prompt relief Sold by all druggists i ROth RUN Clarence McMillin and Walter Oldh a Sprinishave gone to Bloomington Ills this week hogsfromAlbert Pmkston has gone to DeKa Illinois Noah PinKston and family of Pull lam spent Sunday with D C Curtain erWillisburgWalter spent one day last week with Fred Milburn and family Mrs Rebecca Riley near Sharpsvil died of paralysis Thursday morning at interredWillisburg m Funeral services were conducted by Rev A C Pinkston Of Card Nell Ray Pinkston ot Polin attendedI SundayFred aged mare to Apdrew Votaw for two hogs anil two Andrew Votaw has sold his farm Rock Run to John Goff for 450 visitmgrelatlvesthere Oscar Keeling has moved on the N B Riley farm The infant son of Ezi Derringer pneumonEverett is visiting relatives in this section Mrs Susan Pinkston of CJirlton III- iR visiting relatives and friends at place his Meredith Wohner is painting Sidney Perkins dwelling Keephacking m on braces of your throat if you want to be annoyed But If von want relief want coughRcm 50OO in iot CASH PRIZES 5000 in Gold BURLEY TOBACCO FAIR Given by The WASH NGTON COUNTY TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO- Aj Sprln fleld Saturday Nov 5 1910 PiRE IIUMSIFIRST SECOND THIRD Best Bright Leaf1000 500 250 Best Red Leaf 750 500 250 Best tugsr 750 500 Best Trash 250 250 2750 1750 500 SIX 6 good medium hands tied together compose a sample Send in your samples andcome and lets talk tobacco If you intend to exhibit write us at once whateverOur for the farmer Less expensive to sell with us and betterthan hogshead markets and selling at home your tobacco to the Old House and get high e at prices PLENTY OF STABLE AND SHED ROOM FREE ROBT T BOHANNAN GENERAL MANAGER AND AUCTION ER ft 1 W vSTALLARD D D 5 ISPIUNGF EL KY PHONE 72 TEETH EXTRACTEDr WITHOUT a Pain or Dais nr Done in this office Is first andlustasadvertisedOver UcElroy 8 Shaders Grocery i OOOOOODOOOOO 0- I Personal Noteso 0oVIsItors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Up ofthe 0 Personal NewsD Jooo SC on D 050S Mr and Mrs Jim Rages of Maud are the guests of MrsG U Bodine Mrs Leo Haydon and children have MrstMisses Fannie and Della Smith have friendsin vineisMrs G D Bodine and daughter LouisvilleMiss Mabel Williams IS the guest of friends in Lexington AhomereturnedIiPenick Station Mrs D R Litsey and W M HY att spent Thursday in Lebanon tMondayBardstownJunctionthere last week ofSperJcer endIthey Mr Decatur Dragop of near townSMips Sue Muratta of Louisville is the guest of Mrs C D Robertson MQssrs E N Hndly G A De I honey and Jos Phillips of Lebanon spent Monday here sbUrgllaldW F Trusty spent 10 IIbyMiller Mrs E E Buster has returned to- her home to Harrodsurg after a visi ttheto her parents here MIss Annie Tieman and Mrs Annie Snider of Evansville Ind are visitmg Mr Geo llegeman of this place ThevIare sister and nelce of MrS lbMrs Allen of hzabethtown is vIsiting her son Mr J L Allen Attorneyisattendance on Circuit Court thleapt IIJoln Prow and family spent Sunday John Mattingly and wife spent Sunday night with her brother Ed Hanby and wife a john Armstrong and family Ed Han attendonan Perkinrigs T W Sutherland and wife are spend ins two weeks with their son Rev andfMrs W E butneriaud morninig spentfromfather John Armstrong st1entSundayMiss Eva lmmaman spent Sunday with friends and relatives at Willisburg jMrs J W Wells and son Homr spent last Tuesday night with Erastus Perkins and familySMrs Rutha Royalty has retUrned home after several days stay with her daughter Mrs John Armstrong and Mrs J W Walls ut Brookside Ollie Bishop and wife and Miss Mat tie Crooke attended sting at Pleas apt Grove Sunday Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Friday afternoon with Mrs Ed Hanby at this place POSTED warningtolands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest especiallytakeSAM PHILLIPPS r f d nQ PAR1tOTT J BROS 2i miles E t town mnduring I Farmfor SaleContaining alxiut 100 acres 45 acres in grass S orIO in timber never fall Ing water frame dwelling good barn lmile from railroad convenient to school church etc For further in formation call on Dr L L btcINTYREW KENTUCKY I Fresh f Oysters fre h CeleryTELEPHONE Fresh Fruits Candies Nuts 69Light Bread Hot RollsAnd your order will be toFancyKATIE HERTLEIN BR- OITTTtTi SITWAS NOT AS IT The Devil Now Rides an While the Boss Pants Ne a Few Shingles on the Roof A writer in a contemporary the following reference tri his experiences in a printing office is rather amusing I once worked at tie case for consecutive days I was a devil then and for the benefit of readers who do not know duties of a printers devil are should explain them here I used to chop up the office into kindling and start a fire priut hop every morning was to give the cat a bath in keg Part of my work of washing the rollers with once when my clothing was iIJtIlI wIth gasoline I went too fire and nearly explodedd from sous combustion I also used to press every dayI always press about 4 p mwe feed the only once adayI used to feed it various things just to find out liked best but 1 didnt feed it the cat although I got credit for that a matter of fact the cat had no ness to go to sleep on the press recollect that day P- of ere was a the fattest cat ycu ever saw on first page WhEn didnt have ing else to do I us to pie type hI saidr workeat the case days I did and r mixedup the is the boxes to such an extent the boss put the whole business m hell box and told me to go there He told me frankly ite didnt thing kind and wise Providence brought me into the world to printerhe said he thought I had born to just stand around in peoples way and thus prevent winning obstacle races the art of trying to myself ono high three leged stool 1I1lII fJ livingfromwith pe the printers lost a valuable m and s arasI haye ben able o learn no one yet has been ablato fill my place Jim Howard for Governor The Lexington Herald says toe suggestion comes from the mountains that Jim Howardaccused of firing the shot that killed Governor Goebel and who was also pardoned by a partisan Govpr nor be made the nominee of the Re yearTheretion Mr Howard hb notbeen vindic ted by popular vote from the stigma put on him by a heartless jury which sot him to the penitentiary for life and since Caleb Powers has been vindi sated 2 Mr Howard doubtless feels that he is entitled to vindication Of tour ce the voters would rise up en masse nd give it to him and when he is installed and he doubtless will e he could appoint the others eagaiced In tks foul conspiracy to positions as 100ft as they held out BY all moans let Mr Howard run He IS certainlyEntitled to as much vindication as any of there charged wIth the vile aaaessination Lebanon Enterprise HARDfSTY tr R J Crouch left Monday for firs home in Blumound Ill after spending several weeks with his daughter Mrs J R Gray and other relative aai1friends in Kentucky Life Carney wife and children of near Maud Edd Smothers and two children JohnmA anti Anna of thiS place and R J Crouch of llIinoispent Sunday wIth Mr and Mrs J R Grv Walter Williams and wife visited s G Hardesty and family recently Mr and Mrs RH Harding spent Sunday with the litters aunt Mrs Eliza Carney Mr and Mrs JamES Hardesty and Master Jimmie Cheser spent Sunday with Mrs Hardestys mother Yrs Martha Carney Mr and Mrs J H Gray returned home Sunday after several days visit with Mr Rice Harmon and family of near Bohon Mercer county and other relatives at different places s G Hardesty and wife and Herbert Uardesty spent Sunday wIth Mrs Eliza MItchell and son tMrr To The People 0fa Washingtonr I County l We are and have been for the past 30 days receiving the largest stock of FURNITURE ever shown here Being insoura ed by the past business t we have gone the limit and filed every availsb space with uptodate Furniture and we are prepared by buying in advance to offer our patvons good values fortheir money We therefore earnest y solicit aninspection and think you can find what you want at our unusual low pric- esLEACJiMAN CAMpBELL j r 1 R J r e 7 lit l VNOPSIS Lawrence go to ttsburg with the forged notes In the RSOn case to take the deposition ot the thief witness for the prosecution John Qlhnore a millionaire In the tatters Muse the lawyer Is attracted by the pIc tReot a girl whom Gilmore explains Is sayskec I the forger Standing is line to buy a hUman ticket Blakeley Is requested by a Lady to buy her one He gives her lower eleven and retains lower ten He findJIb a MaR la a drunken stupor in lower sad retiree In lower nine He awakens In lever Seven and finds his bag and clbth kg miseing The man In lower ten Is tazad murdered It Is learned that the seed than Is Simon Harrington ot Pitts Mn The man who disappeared with JMakeleTs clotheS Is suspected of the trder CHAPTER VIContlnuedb0 Then you havent heard the rest of the tragedy I asked holding out the ease Its frightfully bad luck for ne but It makes a good story Youds At that moment the conductor and ter c sed their colloquy The con actor cme directly toward me tug sing ss he came at his bristling gray au tcheJJI to you ear he said to me with a curious 1JCantsire on our way toa cup of coffee and a alive of bacon Be merciful as you are powerful Im afraid thi breakfast will have to walt he replied I wont keep Yeuu long There was a note of au thorny In his voice which I resented but after all the circumstances were unusualWell have to defer that cup of coffee fOr a while I said to the girl but dont despair theres breakfast a JIOmewhere As we entered the car she stood cstde butIfelt rather than saw that rsrhe followed WI I was surprised to r ree aba dozen men gathered around the berth in which I had wakened taumber seven It had not yet been made up As we pUlSed along the aisle I was conscious of a new expression on the daces of the pa sengersa The tall woman who had fainted was searching my face with narrowed eyes while the tout woman of the kindly heart avoided my gaze and pretended to- Zook out of the window As we pushed our way through the group I fancied that it closed around one ominously The conductor said nothing but led the way without cere many to the side of the berth Whats the matter T inquired I was puzzled but not apprehensive ti Have you some of my things Id be Ythankful even for my Shoes these are a confoundedly tight f Nobody spoke and I fell anent too For one of the pillows had been turned over and the under side ot the white case was streaked with brownish stains I think it was a perceptible timeibefore I realized that the stains were blood and that the faces around were filled with suspicion and dig trustcWhy Itthat looks like blood I said vacuously There was an Inces sant pounding in my ears and the jluctors voice came from far off grimlyeoked around a at nempt at nonchalance Even if it is remonstrated surely you dont sup IIOse for a moment that I know any thin g about it The amateur detective elbowed his Way n He had a scrap of transpar ant paper In his hand and a pencil r would like permission to trace- the stains he began eagerly Also to meif you will kindly jab your Liger with apinneedleanything- If you dont keep out of this the conductor said savagely I will do some jabbing myself As for you sir he turned to me I was ab- siolutely innocent but I knew that I presented typical picture ot guilt I was covered with cold sweat and the sounding In my ears kept up dizzily As for you sirThe irrepressible amateur detective undee a quick pounce at the pillow and Pushed back the rover Before our incredulous eyes he drew out anarrow steel dirk which had been buried to the small cross that served as a head There was a chorus ot voices croun a quick surging forward of 1he crowd So that was what had scratched myy hand I burled the wound In my coat pocket Well I said trying to speak natur tiJly doesnt that prove what I have en telling you The man who corn Witted the murder belonged to this- birth and made anexchange in some way alter the crime How do you know he didnt change the tags so I Would come back to this berth This as It inspiration I was pleased he11thManged the tagS I reiterated There was a murmur of assent tUound The doctor who was stand jug beside me put his land on fly- asm If this gentleman committed tfis crime and I for one feel sure he- did not then who is the fellow who got away And why did hego YJe have only ohe mans word for j at the conductor snarled Ive tray J filed eome In thesn cars myself an A t 7he ilb LO 1s TFW I vr1ARrY RI1iE7 CIRCULAR rArQCAB IERrCOPYWa6nT o no one ever changed berths with me Somebody on the edge of the group asserted that hereafter he would travel by daylight 1 glanced up and caught the eye of the girl In blue They are all mad she said Her tone was low but I heard her distinct enoughtoI am glad you think I didnt do it obset7ed meekly over he crowd Nothing else is of any importance The conductor had pulled out his again Your name please said gruffly Lawrence Blakeley Washington Youroccupation Attorney A member of the firm of Blakeley8 McKnight Mr Blakeley you say you have occupied the wrong berth and have robbed Do you know anything the man who did it Only from what he left behind answered These clothes =They fit you he said with quick Isnt that rather a coinci Yogi are a large man Good heavens I retorted stung to fury do I look like a man who would wear this kind of a necktie Do you suppose I carry purple and green silk handkerchiefs Would any in his senses wear a pair of shoes a full size too small The conductor was inclined to You will have to grant that am In a peculiar position he said I have only your word as to the exchange of berths and you understand- I am merely doing my duty Are there any clews In the pockets For the second time I emptied them of their contents which he noted Is that oil he finished There was nothing else 1 all siri broke In the porter stepping forward Where was small black satchel Thats so I exclal ed I forgot ItfaThe easily swayed rdwd looked suspicious again rve grown so acc s omed to reading the fovea of a jury seeing them swing from doubt to belief and back again to doubt that 1 instinctively watch expressions I saw that my forgetfulness had done me harm that suspicion was roused again The bag was found a couple of seats away under somebodys ralncoat another dubIous circumstance Was 1 hiding it It was brought to the berth and placed beside the conductor who opened it at once It contained the usual traveling im pedlmentlchangeof linen collars handkerchiefs a bronzegreen scarf and a safety razor But the attention of the crowd riveted itself on a fiat Russia leather wall t around which heavy gum band as wrapped and which bore In giltI letters the name Simon Harrington A CHAPTErVII The conductor held It out tQ me his face sternly accusing Is this another coincidence he asked Dld the man who let you his clothes and the barred silk handkerchief and the tlgbt shoes leave youth spoil of the murder The men standing around lad drawn off a little and I saw t e absolute futility of any remonst once Have you ever seen a fly W In these hygienic days finding no cob webs to entangle him Is caught In a sheet of fly paper finds himself more and more mired and Is finally quiet with the sticky stillness of despair Well I was the fly I had seen too much of circumstantial evidence to lave any beItef that the establishing of my identity would weigh much against the other Incriminating de tails It meant imprisonment and trial probably with all the notoriety and loss of practice they would entail A man thinks quickly at a time like that All the probable conse quences of the finding of that pocketbook flashed through my mind s I ex tended my hand to take it Then I drew my arm back I dont want It I said L ok In side Maybe the other man to k the money and left the wallet The conductor opened It and again there was a curious surging fo ward of the crowdI To my intense disap pointment the oney was still here JI stood blan y miserable w ne It was counted o tfive 100 bill six twenties and so e fives and ones that brought the to to 650 The little m n with the note book Insisted on take g the numbers qf the notes to the c nductors annoyance It was immaterl l to me Small things had lost their power to irritate I was seeing myself i the prisoners box going through the nervetacking routine of a for murdertile chal lenglng of the jury the endless cross examinations the alternate hole and fear I believe said before that I had no nerves but for a few minutes that morning I was as near as a man ever comes to hysteria I folded my arms and gave myself a mental shake I seemed to be the center ot a hundred eyes expressing every shade of doubt and distrust but I tried not to flinch Then some one created a diversion The amateur detective was busy again with the sealskin bag Investi gatIng the make of the safety razor and the manufacturers name on the bronzegreen tie Now however he paused and frowned as though some pet theory had been upset Then from a corner of the bag he drew out and held up for our inspec tion some three inches ot fine gold chain one end of which was black ened and stained with blood The conductor held out his hand for It but the little man was not ready to give It up He turned to me You say no watch was left you Was there a piece of chain like that No chain at all I said sulkily No jewelry of any kind except plain gold buttons In the shirt I am wearing Where are your glasses he threw at me suddenly instinctively my hand went to my eyes My glasseD had been gone all morning and I had not even noticed their absence The little man smiled cynIcally and held out the chain I must ask you to examine this he insisted Isnt It a part of the fine gold Chain you wear over your ear I didnt pant to touch the thing The stain ate end made me shudder But with a bakers dozen of suspicious eyeswell well say 14there were no oneeyed menI took the fragment in the tips of my fingers and looked at It helplessly Very fine chains are much alike- I managed to all I know this ma be sayWor dont know hoW It gds bag I never saw the u this morning after daylight t DotWant t II Said t c iHe admits that he had the bag somebody said behind me Heir did you guess that he wore glasses dny how to the amateur sleuth That gentleman cleared his throat There were two reasons he said for suspecting it When you man with the lines ot his face drobpI ing a healthy Individual with a pensive eyesuspect astigmatisthOBe sides this pronounced line across the bridget iof hieI nose and a mark on his eaT from the chain After this remarkable exhibition of thg theoretical as combined with the practical he sank into a seat near b1 and still holding the chain sat with closed eyes and pursed lips It was evident to till the car that the solution of the mystery was a 1uesUon ot IrJo meats Once he bent forward eagerly and rutting the chain on the window sill proceeded to go over It with a pocket magnifying glass only to shako his head In disappointment Allj the people around shook their heads too although they had not the slight eat Idea what It was about The poUnding In my ears began again The group around me seemed to be suddenly motionless In the very act of moving as It a hypnotist had calledRlgldf The girl In blue was looking at me and above the din I thought she said she must speak to mesomething vital The pounding grew louder and merged into a scream With n grinding and spllhteriI the car rose under my feet Then Jt foil away Into dar1cness CHAPTER VIII The Second Section Have you ever been picked up out of your three meals aday life whirled aroundd In a tornado of vents and landed in a situation so grotesque and yet so horrible that you laugh even while you are groaning and straining at Its hopelessness McKnight says that Is hysteria and that no man worthy ot the name ever admits to It Also as McKnight says It sounds like a tank drama Just as the revolt Ing saw is about to cu the hero Into stove lengths the seco d villain blown up the sawmill The hero goes up through the roof and lights on tho bank ot a stream at tie feet of his lady love who is makin daisy chains Nevertheless when was safely home again with Mrs Klopton brew ing strange drinks that came In paper packets from the pharmacy and that smelled to heaven I remember stag gering to the door and closing it and then going back to bed and howling out the absurdity and the madness or the whole thing And while I laughed my very soul was sick for the girl was gone by that time and I knew by all the loyalty that answers between men for honor that 1 would have to put her out of my mind And yet all the night that followed filled as It was with the shrieking do mons of pain r saw her as I had seen her last in the queer hat with green ribbons I told the doctor this guar edly the next morning and he said It was the morphia and that I was lucky not tQ have seen a row of devils eritb grceItails I dont know anything about the Lwreck ot September9 last Yo who swallowed the detal1R with your coffee and digested the horrors with your chop probably know a great deal more than I do I remember very distinctly that the jumping and throbbing In my arm brought me back to a world that at first was nothing but sky a heap of clouds that I thought hazily were the meringue on a blue charlotte russo As the sense of hearing was slowly added to vision I heard a woman neat mes bbing that she had lost her hat pin aid she couldnt keep her baton I think I dropped back Into uncon scious ess again for the next thin I rem mher was of my blue patch of skY clouded with smoke of a strango roaring rind crackling of a rain of fiery sparks In my face and of somebody beating It the with feeble hands I opened my eyes and closed thett agaIn The girl In blue was bending over me With that lmperviousnest to big things and keenness to small that Is the first effect of shock I tried to be facetious when a spark stun my cheek You will have to rouse yourself the girl was repeating desperately Youve been In fire twice already A piece ot striped ticking floated slowly over my head As the wind caught It Its charring edges leaped Into finm6 Looks like a kite doesnt It l remarked cheerfully Arid then hi my arm gave an excruciating throb Jove how my arm hurts The girl bent bver and spoke slowly distinctly as one might speak to a deaf person or a child Listen Mr DlalteleY she said earnestly You must rouse yourself There has been a terrible accident The second section ran Into us The wreck is burning now and It we dOD move wd wI1l catch fire Do yes bear TO BE CONTINUED Prelude to Immortal Life A graceful and honorable old age 1J the chldhoodoi immortaUt b1da UEMOCRATS REI HARDT WORK ORGANIZATiON IN EVERY SEC TION OF THE STATE PUSHED RAPIDLY CONGRE SSMAN HELM HITS liARD Speaking Dates Announced by Orators Sand CandidatesHarmonious Work WiIIAccomplish Much Frankfort KyBob Taylor dont know how to lose a race and is too to learn Thats the way the Johnson City Tenn Comet puts It And it goes onto say that the fiddlers majority will over 10000- Democrat all over Kentucky also are feeling good because thetr hopes have the basis of certainty The par ty Is united and Its units are In al most absolutely perfect harmony They are pulling together and in this unity Is the strength that will gO for victory in the battle of ballots on Nov 8th The Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford who is a candidate for reelection to congresS on the Democratic tIcket Is makIng most satisfactory pr guess in his canvass recent iid ress to the voters of Boyle county Vas one of the best of his career l1Pe Dan yule Messenger says The roomwas fairly well ffled and the tall fellow from Lincoln county poured out the Democraticfootrlne If HARVEY HELM Congressman from Eighth District of Kentucky in a verbal stream that carried conviction with It He did not abuse anybody nor did he extol the Democratic party as being r the OnlY salvation of the mind body and estate of American citizens But he did take a few shots at the Republicans starting with the big fellows Taft Roosevelt and Cannon Speaking Dates Speaking dates announced by the Democratic State campaign commit tee for the candidates for congress and the court of appeals in sections In the state outside of Louisville an Jefferson county A Floyd Bird Tenth Congressional District Monday October 24 Winchester i P m Tuesday October 25 Prestonburg- 1 P ra Thursday October 27 Lee City 1 p mThurday October 27 Hazel Green 1 p ml Friday October 28 Stanton l P m Saturday October 29 Clay City 7 P m Elza Bertram Eleventh Congressional District Vhitesburg Leteher county October 24IHarlan Harlan county October 26 Pineville Bell county October 27 and at Middlesboro the same night Barboursville Knox county Oct her 28 Williamsburg Whitley county 0 tober 29 Congressman Glue M James Winchester Friday October 28 t1 p m Owenton Saturday October 29 1 P m James B McCreary Flemlngsb1rg Monday October 24 1 P m- Campton Saturday October 29 1 p m West Liberty Monday October 31 1 p m Pikeville Saturday November p 1 m The Hon R Y Thomas In Thir District Edmonton Metcalfe county October 24 at 1 pm Randolph Motcalfe county October 24 at 7 p m 1 The official headquarters of tbe Democratic campaign committee for the Tenth district has been establfshed- In Winchester with Judge Evansdis tract secretary in charge It Is a scene or great activity and hundreds of letters are being sent out to Democratic workers In the various count ties and organization lis proceeding rapidly A splendid organization Is being effected In every county and In mostof them work has already bee n accomplished The Democrats ar united enthuslastl and think they will win r What Did Your ShlrtwaistCoeff Whether you bought it ready to wear or had it made or made it for yourself you know that it cost enough even jf it is pretty and fresh and clean And it It frayed and soiled and worn and homely looking after It has been in th wash three or four times it has cos entirely too much Might as well throw your shirt waist money away as allow your shirt waists to be washed with common yel low soap Easy Task Laundry Soap takes the dIrt and leaves the goods gas they were Your grocer ts selling lots of itat five cents a cake Just Guessed Mrs Wadsworth I am very glad indeed to meet you But haven II had the honor of being introduced to you before What was your name formerly may ask My maiden name No Your name before you wee divorced How did iou know I had sheen- divorced Why hasnt everybody HIS HANDS CRACKED OPEN r I am a man seventy years old MY hands were very sore and cracked open on the insides for over a year with large sores They would crick open and bleed itch burn and ache so that I could not sleep and could de but little work They were so bad that I could not dress myself In the morning They would bleed and blood dropped on the floor I called- on two doctors but they did metno good T could get nothing to do any good ti1l1 got the Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment About a year ago my daughter got a cake of Cut curs Soap and one box of Cuticura Ointment and in one week from the time I began to use them my hands were all healed up and they have not been a mite sore since I would not be without the Cutlcura Remedies jThey also cured a bad sore oath hand ot one of my neighbors chlldrn t and they think very highly of the Cuti cure Remedies John W Hasty So Ef fingham N H Mar 6 and Apr 1109 SetTwentyfiveChristmas seals have been printed and are being distributed by the American Red Cross and arrangements have been made to print 100000040 If necessary It is expected that this number will be needed While the sticker is perforated like those used last year it is intended for use tonly asp sealon the back of letters hIs one inch square with the coo ventlonal Red Cross In athe center and the words Merry Christmas Happy New Year American Red Cross In a circle about it The cal ors are red and green The design ia 4 by Mrs Guion Thompson of Water bury Conn who received 100 as a prize for her sketch AS SOON BE WITHOUT MATCHES AS WITHOUT RESINOL IN THE HOUSE Reslnol is the never failing aitlcYe resorted to by my wife for the mane bruises chafings cuts burns and accidents of the children and had been our cureall for years I have used ltb r 4 cases ot irritation and inflammation and have Invariably been relieved almost instantly We would as soon think of being without matches in oUr house as without Reslnol lntmentJIB Rush Davenport Philadelphia Pad dLike the Other Kind It was In a down east Ylllage that theyoung man met his sweetheart a charming country beauty Wenhe returned to the city he sent her a Jar of cold cream to keep her cheeks as 4 fresh as the budding rose On his next visit he asked lice bowI she liked fits little gift The taste was very nice she said with a rather sickly smile but r think that I like the other kind ot cream best dearL1pplncot s hnportanttoMothers Examine Carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy forJ Infants and children and see that lt Bears the Signature of iIn Use For Over 30 Years W The Kind You Have Always Bought oPor Prospects foundothe only room they had to ottirms had a folding bed In It and I detest those things Of course remarked Miss Pert one can never hope to find a maunder a folding bedCatholic Stand and and Times Haws This Ws offer One Hundred Dollars Reward ter azsu of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Haire- Oatatrh Cora F s CHENEY CO Toledo O Cheneyrortheorable In all bus1neas transattlone and t1Iand1lT able to carry out any by his arm Kd di =r e Toledo 0HallsCatsrrh Cure u takes internally acting Tatlmonkhunt mucous urtaces tit the free PrIce eent per bottle sold by nil tfUiTake iiela far coaett5atlon Old Educational Institution l Matvn11aTRY MURINE EYE REMEDY for Red Weak Weary Watery Eyeg and GranulatedEyeUdslIurine Doe Iit Smart Soothes Eye Pain Druggists l Sell Murine Eye Remedy Liquid 25c- bOc 100 Murine Eye Salver in i Aseptic Tubesc 100 Books and Eye Advice Free by Mall Murlne Eye Remedy Co Chicago eloner makes the mare go butwo- are tnever quite sure ot tilerr 4e i iaa tioa Jf T LF J f REVIVAL OF The Abalideged Through A Historic HighwayCe Route to the I South TIle Upper Louisville udNuhvie Tva A favored way of the auto ice Road Apia Traveled By Tourists omobilist and sightseers From All Puts of the UaioLRich in Lincoln re minis ofByNew Haven Ky How many points of interest one pass es in life unnoticed is fittingly Jllustrat ed by the eVer in creasIng number of touring cars filled with eager sight seers that pass by thIs secUpn ot Ken tucky every day down the old Louis- vIlle and Nashville turnpike en route to Lincoln farm Mammoth cave and the South W1en the pjoneer settled In this cality over a hundred years ago he found the trail existed then and ilad 1boo used qy the Indians in their wan derlng Tien came a crude country road over which Thomas Lincoln the- father Qtresldent Lincoln was over seer of apart of it Later something better was demanded and the state county and people built at an error 1IDlUS expense a great thoroughfare connected Louisville Ky and NNashvne Tear The right of way of 60 feet 1as secured for 30 feet of macadam and 30 feet for a summer road way by the side A grade of 4 per cent WaS maintained notwithstanding the TUgged country througlhwhich it tra Versed and the fact that at one place 400foot ascent was required and thence a descent again to the original leveL Famous In Stage Coach Days In the old stage coach days before the war it became famous not QY for the beauty of the scenery but or the speed that was made The rime between the two clUes Louisville and Nashville being only 17 hours a distance of 193 roles The travel be came very heavy and many Wagon trains stopped Bit the various tollgates to pay their tribute This made the proposition to others gook good Who thought that the stockholders were coInfng money and 4 soon a competing turnpIke was bull between the two main points by the way 9f Elizaibethtovn and Bowls n Green wlrieh became known as tbc lower Nashville pike while this one through New Haven and Glasgow be came known as the upP Had General Buell known the dif ferenoe between the upper and lower arl1 rUle pike or that there were Elizabethtown KyR RWoodring aged 63 years a wellknown man of this city died from a complication of diseases He was n farmer of the county until a few years ago when he disPosed of the farm and moved tQ this city His wife preceded him to th- grieve e only a few years ago J4eltchfield KyJohn Satnuels died suddenly at Lebanon Jun Samuels lived near here and uonMr1 to Lebanon Junction to neral of his brother Will Samu who dl dfrom a stroke ot paralysis lsI + two pIkes of the same name the battle of Perryville would have been fought at some other poinL Turnpike Divided the Armies When General Bragg and his army started to invade Kentucky they en tered over the upper and marehed through to Bardstown where they turned toward the central part of the state Buen in following took the lower pike and each days march threw them Wider apart so that they did not meet until weeks afterward but that is another story In the meantime the Louis ri le Nashville railroad was being puilt tmra1le1ingbobhJ deVastation Bridges wore burned and when repairs in the road were needed there was no one to mak e them Time and neglect did the restso that today throughLaRue liar and Barren coimUes all that remains of the great hIghway is the summe road at the side of the useless macadamized way The IL9cal courts of the counties just mentioned have given the right of way over the macadamized part to a milliondollar corporation who pro to connect Glasgow and New Haven with an electric line Using the waters of Green river to generate th power While tie pike in man3 places ha been abandoned l otherplaces it is in tIne condition especially is It true south of Louisville where It will compare with any road throughout th country This highway was a part the Glidden automobile tour for 191 This routdis the favored one of Thatcher the good roads apostle hie proposed national boulevard f the Great Lakes to the gulf One of the prettiest sights n1ong the who e route is the vlllag of N Haven nestling at the foot ofMud- lmu r h hill and on the bank of the Rolling Fork river It lies on the breast of a rich agricultural valley The pretty homes are well shade d and concrete walks and electric Ughis speak for tli e enterprising ciUzons volumes It boaSlts of S1 Catherine church a diminutive St Peters and claims It to be the finest fora son a town in the United States The local newspaper the New Haven Echo has an enviable reputation Right on the pike one mile south of New Haven s the old boat laudlng BRICKLAYER DROPS DEAD Covipgton Ky While at work on the roof of a house at 121 East Ito iq street Charles Trautz aged 73 yea rs a bricklayer suddenly threw up hIs rorkmensee his body rolling down the 1t111 fhlmIWise held an inquest and soil cd verdict of diiath from heart trouble nl I ndfromfloated down the Rolling Fork 8 a boy in a flatboat to Indiana never to return to this section The Former Home of Lincoln One mile further en Is Atlierton vile Wthere more fine whiSkey is made than at any other point in the coun try Here Is found she old schoolhouse in which Ambrose Riney th1 Irish schoolmaster taught little Abe isaib es The late Rev John B Hutbins who was a schoolmate Peakingstory Lincolns Parents were verY poor and Abe dId not have a hat to wear to school One custom of pro Rineys was to teach the boys politeness and frontodist making a prOlfound bow When it came to Abes turn being hatless he hud to borrow one from his fcHow mates in Order tO make his bow A short distance south is the hole noorlYdrowngrave by his beyiiOod companion th late Austin GoUcher Two miles on stOC the Only home in Kentucky Lincoln ever remem lbered It was destroyed by the sou beganinchat thiS was ails birthplace gird has been kept up until the last vestige o it has disappeared Now Iuldnlugh Tull is reached Hero a fourmile climb begins and 400fQlOt ascent is made but it Is gradual and reminds one of the fa ColoradoWhenland that extends from the Cumber land mountains on your left to th Ohio river on your right The descen- is not made until YOU reach near latin Tenn Here either side of th pike WaS the camping ground of the Nelson brigade and where hundred eifeelsmfalotakes you to Lincol farm his birth place Here stand the memorial building erected by volunteer contributions and which President Taft Is expected to dedicate tn the near fu ture RENEW PRISON CONTRACT HogeMontgomery Company to Work 650 Convicts for Four Yeafs regularr meeting of the prison om miSsion here recently the HogeMont gomery Co which now has the tract for working C50 convicts yens ed their contract fOr four years from trcentscompanyinThe company had the contract for Tour years with tie privilege of re newal and the corn any has exercised its option and will work the 650 men companyisefile new contractsTO ABOLISH WHIPPING romLexington Ky lthough the city school board at its me ting sustaIned Principal W F De Io s of the Johnson school charge ith severel whipping Herman lie der a 9 yea r old pupil the boar s owed a dIspo- sition to abolish w Ipp ng in the pub lie schools fund upo ommendaUon n of Superintendent f Cassidy the following amendme t to the school rules was offered nd wlU probably be adopted at the cud of the 30 days for which it is required to lie over That corporal punishment shall icno case be inflicted upon a pupil until the principal has consulted with the parents oCtbeJ1ffender and then It it seems the only moans of reforming the child it shall be either ndmlnls istered by the parents or thc principal and always In the principals of lc- Glksgpw KyAccording to a repo the band of thieves who have bee operating tong the J C N railroad for a number of years are again busy Several residences along and near tho railroad have been robbed recently The residence of Louis Stdebolt near Uno Hart county was robhe Entrance being gained through a dow The thieves got away with tt deMrs Sidehottoh and broke open n smallchilds bank Inez KrNews reached here of the killing of Isaac Banister formerly Inca but who for the past few yea has been working in the West Vir abinia coal fields Banister who leans wits and five children had ju moved his family to Van Lear Joh- n son county md had not been in th aqiourover 100l pounds fell on him crushing him GI sgow KyRobert Bethel age colored man was found dead In CayTheieflls home In the night It is s posl that he became demented 11 wandered around until he fell exhlUsto- cd and was chilled to dFath Glasgow KyA large barn be10nit ing to TC Fergu5C1I wred burned he he fire Is believed to have been in cendiary as there had been no en about the stabJf Mr Ferguson and fhllhoss + f p RARE SHEEP OPPORTUNI Enormous Receipts at Market Farm era and Sheep Feeder Can Stock Up at Bargain Prices wCAUSES OF THE RUN 200000 sheep and lambs received i three dayssuch In round numbers Is the recordbreaking run thus far this week on the Chicago market This enormous overmarketing of sheep IS the result of temporarY and peculiar causes and otters a rare op portunity for farmers and sheep feed ors to stock up at bargain prices This great rush of sheep to market comes mainly from Montana and ad joining western range country and cannot last more than two or three weeks longer It 18no evidence of overproduction Its principal causes are the recent drought which s burned out tho grass that there be very little winter feed on the range and which prevented the putting up of- sumcient hay to carry any consider able number of sheep over winte- while last winter was a very severe ee and hay was so closely fed that there Is no old hay left over for tho purpose The consequence Is that sheep owners are forced to marks the bulk of their sheep this fall or anThe most serious cause of the pre s general liquidation however Is ithe restriction of the range through occupation and fencing by dry tans nott Ss0upon the range especiallyis hard for eastern people to realiz It Is not alone the area actually e byetsectioens to stockmen for grazIng their Sock whytherange country are being more this year than ever befo the history of the trade This means an inevitable shortage at market later on and next year and with a constantly growing demand for both mutton and wool it would seem that future good prices are assured The western range country has heretofore been the chief source shee market Supplies but unless th optoCe have ever done before there will a great scarcity of both mutton a1d wool before long In this country Moreover there Is a world aho tags EurdpeIs TuIs country are operating In other coin ies also Populations are growing everywhere while grazing pasturelandsheep raising declines Thousands of American farmers can benefitthrough rigrt of takingadvaItageto buy healthy thrifty growing west ern range sheep at bargain prices upon the heavily supplied Chicago mar keto they can stock up at minioncost whether they want foundation kityd Tit for Tat Lloyd C Griscom In an Interview In New York said of party dlssen slops splrItfrom bad to worse Its like the case of the engaged ouple at the seaside dance The young man a little jealous said cold ly to his fiancee at supper Let me seetwas it you I kissed in too conservatory About what time the young girl answered with a little laugh Thank Youa The man who is not thankful for adversitynTheroe must be plenty of thankful uses in the world it those who have loved and lost could know just what they have last Theydtheyvo 20 they idnt know I hadJud e ti We once heard of a m n who loved to pay his debts but we have forgotten his address theoatrseveryone must I do not feel well stWhen Rubbers become Necessary And your shoes pinch tip Into your- shoes Allens FootEase hQ antiseptic achingailBunions Always use It to BreakIng In New shoes and for dancing parties Sold FREEAddress Womanana man her enjoy went of baseball istewoman inningldMts wlaeioqe SootnmR softonetbogumireducelnodamntivnanarswa nearrrelations to the present coNYINcIN0 PROOF LOF THE VIRTUE OF lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound suchnevidence as the following letters represent Ifyuaresick woman or know one who is what sensible reason have you for not giving Lydia EPinkhams Vegetable C9mX a trial For 3oears we have been publishing s lcht p testimonIal letters as thesethousands of them they ara genuine and honest too every one of them Mrs S J Barber says Mrs George May says d UIthinkLydiaE Ii 1jjuNo one knoWS inkham s Vega what I haTe sottable Compound fered fro m fe is the best meth male troubles tine in theworld neuralgia pains for womenand backache saidiknow the good itme anything to has done for me ore jt Through Three yens ago he of a beganrvas sYeAetcould ndt live more than a year disappeared I continued its use ea1thhamatLynnMass pashamsYgrT8ititbadnotbeenfor1lrLperfeotly ComPQlmcLersN Y Paterson N3 IIrs B F Hayes says Dirse W K HotQh says etdoctmentforafibroid of a severe fatumor suffered male trouble with Jsore Lydia E Pink uses loafing Dt hamsV foci andnon mendittoallsufoia IePinkhamvice followed her view v81Cinh directions andn Ohio dillicullr1Compound eulferwithreadVise aU women who are afflicted stable Compound a triaL It rarely with tumors or female troubles to has cured cases ot female ills ulcerationdieCom1890 WashngtonSt Boston MasLlar1tielpenod1cpinbeJetc VegetableCompound b d ills No sick woman does justice to fherself who will not try this famous medicine andhas J eMrs Pinkham invites aU le1t women hucnided d 4 Address Mrs Pfn1chm Lynn MaY r a DOUCLAShe tWOMEN WVQOYS SHOES 6200 = 2rsO AND = 300SWLDou faTa003a80 400r10Willthe most oooseomioashoes you to buy oversoDOLLAR300Satomade my shoea THE LEADERS OF TIlE R0RLD appearaaeeaadpleased beoauee the last ones wore so well aad ye a so much comfort SUBSTITUTEIfW L DO UULAaI11ok teeet Breek ins x HtA1KDVALL MOIl t AND THROAT DIEASAi Cures the skin and acts a s preventive for otters I1q1d giftS s the tongue Safe for brood mares and all others EestkldaeyreaedyA J coats and 8100 u bottle E500 and the dozes b7 all draetdrsaand horse goods house or seat ulireaa paid h7 the 1dacarera SPOHN MEDICAL CO Cteiaisb GOSHEN INDIAN I WILL MAKE YOU- PROSPEROUS wrlletodafboar r tatb he aaI SpecIaJJLepruebheleaproetabtbalomotyour aJa oaks moos at WIthsutdsItalWrit Valua FEELarMATIOMAl- 10OlFEAATIYE 10- La SS4Maudea 8sn4lns PreddntWashlagtoa The Army of- Consfipaton Is Grewieg Steea1ler Every Dy CARTERS UTPLE LIVER PIUS are OUibleiMoaf r P relrf te cure CeeITTLLuea Mil IV lieu ire t taa a IaiiEatIes S 11tJ StLwsw- SIWJ PILL STALL DOSE swIIC Genuine aatbee Signature riDiagniacent Album of beauuiful Florida toeveryeveryphaseoptcaFullFlowersIRECORD91ltealty TheAd writerstjteltiODl interesting opening- chapters each illustrated h ap roprl tpYiplJy le DEFIANCE STIRCII the anacee paoksge to other starches onlT ouncetl1Do price sad DEFIANCE IS SUPERIOR QUALITY Bad BreUbVFor months I hid ttroublewitk stomach and used all kinds of medicines My tongue has been actually as green grass my breath having a bad odor TM- weeb ago a riendzecommeaded Cascareta- sad alter tleiag them I can willinglysad cbeerlu11y say that they eared me therefore let you know that X shall recommend them to anyone stiffer ing from8Ch trobuchaL 1L Ha1 at peru It4 gi 7th St New York N Yo- Pleuaat Palatable Potent Paste Good Do Good NflverSJckea Weaba orGrlpe lOc ZScIOC Never sold la bulk The gas aIDe tables stamped C C C Guaraateed to cure or 1aar money back 9S- t t itWHEELS j ImlnpBoIl anFTilm lee Pole rtShafts Top rug lee tatlogueBUOB SCHEU COrMI ct rid ireeefs5 geeYselti- In the OUt DIABETESment of with SalSavo Is rapid relief of aU a rsaeolelwwerent result even Ingangrene SAL 001618 Pine St Writo for booklet Nw yorle Breech Loailll G U N S YChdspiihseslesNu lailltl ter 4e It DK filial IIBIBIi Wr 1115 Oedeettl tttir r YOUB IDEAS Theyeaaybring list610rgeraldPositions are Trto4a7BOWW N U CINCINNATI NO431117 PUTNAM FADELESS DYESCelcr tareieeds IIrlahte and titter cetera than any ether dyeOae tOe pukes HIra all Dirs They dye Is HIi ester filler liurt say M6P doe JII sot tritheatrllHhit 11rt Wriklelr eebeo te01- k IleKhaMMlCelers AMAIMtOFWt1 iNn IIIJJIJeL t THE S RINGFIELDSUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER z6 cgio PLANTERS LOOSE LEAF WAREHOUSESPRINGFIELD KY TANDY QUISENBERRY Ei CO Proprietors DAILY AUCTION SALES WELL LIGHTED SALES FLOOR Isolicit a part or all oyour patronage and will guarantee that your interests will be cx refully lookedafter Warehouse Near the Depot TANDY QUISENBERRY Manager McINTIRE 0IWalter Badgett and Albert l byMermanlast week for Oak where they intend making their future homes The stork visiteJ Mr and Mrs Sid Johnston on the 10th inst and left them a fine baby boyCharles Ber trandThomas and Lee McIntire sold to R Keene a couple of Weanling mUles for X67 head Dick Keene purchased of L C EnsorI one yearling calf for which he James Edelenand wHet after a ant visit to relatives here Pleas1 turned to their home in Oakland 1returnedwas Fred nckstown recently by the serious illness of her brother Will Auberry who has typhoid fever been critical bronchlalltrouble relatives at Loretto Sunday last MiR Dissie and Stella Neill and Bertha Blodgett were among t ose who visited Rowans NOb near Holy Cross on Sunday last George Lear who has been confined to his bed for the past few weeks with typhoId fever is conValescent Messrs Will and Marshall Thompson of SCIence Hall were guests of thjt SundaylutRoy Mudd and Earl Cecil visited at Daunts stationrecently Mesrs John Murphy and EtOsborn were In Louisville last weekI The Demon of the Air Js thegerm Of la that ln brings8uffering to reathldI after effects are weakness ness lacU of energy and am hltton wIth disordered and kid neys The ireatest need then isElee- t ic Bitters the splendid tonic blood p irifier and regulator of Stomach Liver and Kidneys Thousands have prayed that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves build up the system and restore r health and good spirits after an attack of the Grip If uffermJ try them a Only 50e Perfect satisfactIOn guaratI teed by Haydon Robertson fEN WICK Miss Mary Rose Jeans entertained at Flinch Thursday night in hnor of her- guest Miss Fay Montgomery i Mr Stanley Rogers was in Louisville last week Toe socIal given by the Fenwick girls was largely attended large crowd from here spent Sat IA at High Bridge Hattie Bowles was tHe guest of and Susie Gillispie Saturday Frank Logsdon is spending thIs week in Louisville Mr Shannon Thompson is able to be out again after a serious spell of scarlet fever Miss Pearl Fenwick spent several days last week With the Misses Gi1li pie at Mackville Mr Irvine Thompson bought a horse of Miss Ethel ogers price unknown Ed Bowles and WIfe were in Mack vile Saturday Mr Stanley Rogers and Miss Jennie SaturdayI A food Position f sCan be had by ambitious young men and ladies in the fieldof Wireless or Railway telegraphy Since the eight hour law became effective ahd since the Wireless companies are establishing stations throughou the country- ther is a great shortage of telegrap herd Positions pay beginners from I r0 to 90 per month with good chance of advancement The National Te egraph Institute operates six official institutes in America under supeivsion- of R R and Wireless Officials and places aU graduates in to posItions It will pay you to write them for full details at Cincinnati 0 or Philadel ph a Pa octf 5 4t Hoarseness hild subject to croup is a f1ure1 indication fthe approach of the disease If Chamberlains Cough Remedy IS given at once or even after the croupy cough has appeared will prevent the attack Contains no poison Sold by all druggists aOOO u OOO dOOUOOpQooowooo T3t7 ao Everything Fra o FlThe Sick Room Is to be had at this dependable drug p store Rubber goods of aU + i sprays douches anti septic dressingb 0measurin glasses and a hundred o Z oth l8 It will be well fQr youto rem tuber this ifneeded for of such things should arise at yoiir 0 i house Dont go hunting allover = town Come right here where you C know you can get what you so urg 0 0 tntly need = = Haydo Willett = = THE PRESCRIPTION STORE aooIJOOOOOOO OQooaooQOOOOOOO Oei Do OOOOOOOQOoooooo oooOQaO4 lo Th Sure tC Pr Q ere 5 i oBeWhichever way you look if you think 0cheapness is the sole thtng to be 0 okedfor when you purchase Clothing THe wise buyers look for qual t g 1x ity first ad price afterwards Most 0 of them come her because they have found that our qualities are always e all right and our prices toocJ Grundy McIntir- ee e t4Tf fla3a3 QCf i ssltositCay rJ Ytrtsns ett r EVERY BUSINESS MAN Recognizes the importance of conducting all business detmlR bVt phone both local and long distance It IS economy in saving of time tandmoney unexcelled telephone service can be fid over the lines of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegrah Company Loni dkI tance connections to all iinpootl poii ts in the United States rates reasonableservice the best CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY incorporated PAT TSPrize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Book on patents Hints to inventorsClnventions needed Why some inventors fail S rid rough sketch or model for search of Patent Office records Our Mr Greeley was formerly tActing Commissioner of Patents and as such had full ch geofIthe U GREELEY S Patent Office M INTIRE 0PATENTWASHINGTON D C- ooI0 0 fA t f SYCAMORE VALLEYI The school to progressing nicely under- the manugempI of Miss Lizzie Davis The entertainment givenbv her was quits a success and we aU hope hey may have another one soon T W Bailey IS VIsiting his fiancee at Texas He is also on the sick list Miss Zelma McIvoy has entered school at St Catherin s again Mr and Mrs T W Sutherland are KyJohnchurch at Mt Zion Sunday and dined with the family of James Camrnack at Polin Mr and Mrs Abe Crumiull of Van JjDdayIwith his granddaughter Mrs A T Bailey Mr and Mrs Obe Paler and ittleI daughter Ruble of Thom p SOIl i e spent Sunday with Mrs Falers parents Mr and Mrs James Settles A great many from thiS valley aUen dedCountyCourtMondayMr and son J H spent last Sunday wIth Mr and Mrs George Moore at Litsey J D Sutherland bought a hog from Coleman Settles for 800 Frank Yancey bought two hogs from H nrySettles for 845 and a bunch of shoats from PPralher at lOc per lb Will Oder is visiting friends at New port Walter Harnberry has gone to Illi nois for a short stay The Call of the Blood For purification fihds VOIce in pimples Jails sa low complexion a jaundiced loop moth watches and blotches on the skinall signs liver trouble But Kings New Life Pills make rich ilDr blood gIve a clear skin rosy cheeks complexion health Try them at Havdon Robertsons VALLEY HilL The first item we have is a 40 mule power kick by a lady at the unveractous and now defunct Uno who says ha willfully misrepresented fact last week in regaru to her visiting saving in part that the only thing she regretted wa that she was unable to make the intended VISit Miss Pearl Goatley was the week end guest ot relatives in this section Jas Moran Jr sold a quantity of seed rye to local farmers at 95c John Neal of Bloomfield was in Oir section this week catering to the whims of jewelry lovers and furnishing glasses to those with affectedoptics Misses mogcne and Pearl Goatley were guests of Mrs J E Goatley on Thursday last Mrs J W Hughes ntertained a number of her friends tpan elegant luncheon Saturday Hog cholera has revisit our section hogsIWheat and rye are making a splendid showing in this section Last Friday opened ourwinter season with a one act melodrama entitled Shavers relatiyesat JerryDo you think lP1 goo d enouRh tor you darling MaudNo but youre too stood for any other gIrt Free Sample For Babys Ills Sonething can and must be done for the puny crying baby for the child that refuses to eat and is rest less in its sleep And since the basis of all health is the proper working of the digestive organs look first to the condition of the stomach aid UOWe15 A child should have two fun tend tree movements of the bowels a day This emptying of the bowels Is very Important lightnesstoknowIndigestIonand other purgatives are not only too strong but the child refuses them be- evertrieda liquid tonic that families havo been Isitobetotakeusedita sample bottle free of charge In thIs way youcn try It before buyIng Later when convInced of Its merits you cnn get Itof your druggist at fifty cents andono doltax a bottled just as thousands of- ofofrofWalnutthat way and now write that It Is their itselfIfrlckly child one given to constipation afreepleasedtofslrefor yourself or family pertaining to absolutelyJyou In detaiL yourjrequest the doctors Caldwell rM PLfASANl GROVE Rev U S Hudson spent Saturday LLitseyMr and Mrs Edwin D Woodson are at he home of J F Gregory Mrs Carlisle Clelland and chIldren have returned to their home in Middle boro Misses Mabel and Nancy Thompson spent the week end wIth relatives here Judge and Mrs James Noe have re turned to Springfield after a few days visit to Mr and Mrs S C Vanarsda e MIss Harvey Vanarsdale and Mr Hugh Brown Gregory have returned from Harrodsburg dayslastin SpringheldJohn of La Grange is visit WhitemanMrMooresVllle were here Miss Logan Neal SundayIrecently wIth MIss Sue Neal will leave sOon for Hill NelliThurmans entertained the young people Tuesday evening in a vory enjoyablemanner AL Litsey returned from Louisville Sunday night- It Ism tl inger sudden mishap or ac cident that Chamberlains Liniment can be relied upon totake the place lIf th family doctor who cannot always be found at the moment Then it is that Chamberlains Liniment is never ound wanting In cases of sprains cuts wounds and bruises Chamberlains Lm drivesawaythe UARDINS CHAPEL Those that dined wIth Mr and Mrs Bud Collie Sunday were Mrand Mrs W M Barker r and Mrs James Anderson Mr Art ur Fauth Mr and Mrs J M Breuer nd son Frank Mr and Mrs S nley Fenwick an daughter Waneta spent Sunday the family of G W Fenwick Several from her attended the party given by Miss Mar Rose Janes Thurs day night Miss Maggie Hyatt spent Thursday night with the Misses Fenwicks M B Raroin purchased the farm 01I Lee price not known We are glad to report Mrs Yatse and Miss Sadie Young are better at this writting MaggieHyattMackyille H S Litsevis on the tIck list MiSS Mary Case spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Nina Fenwick Mr and Mrs ArthurWhlternanspent Thursday with relatives ut this Several from here areattending the protracted meeting at Bethlehem this week Will Jeffers spent Sunday afternoon LogsdonMrs spending this week in town Cosmopolitan MagazTneT- his standard magazine the most popular and best of all magazines in the United States can be obtained in Washington county by addressing SAM J ALL N Local Representative Sun office Springfield Subscription RateI00 per year Agents wanted for Texas MackvIlle Wiliisburg and Valley Hm Very liberal inducements offered Than Bullets IWorse often caused less suffet NHarrimnnrortyyenrsjButwhen all else failed he writes G eat eat healer for sores ulcers boils burns atHaydon SUNBEAMS IA ripe scholar may live a green old tOj age Ii s folly to DC goid unless you are good for somethng Its an insult o beg a girls pardon after kissing her The man who is entirely satisfied with him erf is a freak l kWhen the world laughs at a fool he imagihesit is laughing with him frequentlyI0 w r r lat years hat remodeled When a young widow gets on a mans trail he can do on of two thingssur render or take to timberI We have a number o f farms for sale toIs us rope Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD ORfDR rtymj SUISCRIQERS FREE COLUMN KyIsa e thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys Alvah Perkins Rt 3 has for sale 20 oushels o seed rye for 9Oc per bushel Mrs R H Lang fiord rt 4 has for sale S C B Leghorn roosters at The each Also a few of Mrs C L Bradys stock at SOc saleRhode1 each untilJan1 Mrs Irvine Lynch Lebanon Rt3 LeghonCocherels saleIeach Regular services in the Methodist church Sundaymorning atll00 oclock evening at 700 oclock Sunday school at 1000 oclock T J Wade Pastor StUO REWARD 100 The readers of this perWiltbe glad to learn that there is at leastone dread ed disease that science ms ben able to Catearrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical constituItreatment Halls Catarrh Cure is tak en internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem thereby destttJyjn the foundation of the disease and giving the patIent strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprIetors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it taIls to cure Send for list of testimo nials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo O dSold by druggists 76e Take Halls Family Pelts for consti potion i ta mN CI 4 J 110 11 hifI oE 11i III QJm 1 ra chi I Il 4 0CI Ih- iI 1 I 11- 0OQ eSIII o WI o- C 0 tfI h1m 4 c Q 0 Qf a t S IFOR THE s CELLS AND TISSUES nMnc- MI TIIR FN ILM1 Alit IER1IU GUARANTEED TO LIVE SATiS- FACTION 0 MONEY REFUNtiEP SOLD BY HAYDON ROBERTSON The pleasant purgatlye effect experienced i by aU who use Chamberlains Stomach and LiverTablets and the healthy condition of body and mind which they create makes one feel joyful Sold by all druggists iDr WtF a Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices Al work guaranteed Office 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