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J I Ar3i 1 bt 13rinfx1b tf flThrIr DEVoTED TO THE INTERESTS Of WASHINGTON COUNTY i IVNC 4I tY11 SPIINSFIELD KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMIER IBID IVMSEI 4 4 nittfir COURT 1 A TIERS 14sdeErcanoiand BootLeggin cas Occupy the Attention of the burt Thursdayweret9keit Commonwealth cases the most of which were misdemEanors Many of them were boot legging cases and tile bootlegger found that the way of the transgressor is hard Only one haried withtthe illicit sale of whiskey escaped while Seyeral WEre given the IimitIOC fine and forty dkYs in jail Hardin War nerSa negro was tried for shooting at anti wounding one Joe Young another ebony hued citizen and was acquitted on his plea of self dfense The little negro John Wm Hardesty was tried for placing an obstruction on the L N track near Valley Hill but the jury hungIOn FrIday the civIl docket was called and the now famous Prathr vs Keeling caseas entered into This is a cohtroV over a strip of land consist ing f abootan eighth of anracre but If is being as bitterly fought as if mil lions were in the balance This is the third jrial of the case The plaintiff x teilat3 p m Monday and evidence for the defense IS now being heard It is pOssible that this case may consume the remamnuer of the week TOTIIE DEMO iCRATIC VOTERS 4l1n Bn Johnson Sends nOpen Letter to the Voters of Ikti tF the fourth District niThislis what is commonl known as anuQtryeai in POlLtiCS There is so little discussion of politics in th Hoff yearB that the people frequently for getthatthere is an electIon at all For this reason I wish to remind you that THERE WILL BE AN ELECTION IN YOUR ICONGRESIONAL VISTRICT ON NOV NEXT The lepublictn party ha3 during riearly fifty yars in office grown d unk with power and has through the r enacted tariff act imposed sliijieavy taxes upon the people that It Is next to Impossible for the people to live bcause of the high prices of cloth ing farming implements and all manufactured article So outrageous has thlsjtaxation o the peopl become in order to enrich tht manufacturers that the Republican party in the East in the West and in the North is split in two and the Insurgent Republicans who ca n 1otrin conscience support regular Republican party any theI tneir poicy of pilfering the have rebelled and are no longer willing to support such policIes The people In the East in the West and in the North- llave uprIsen and have defeated many o the Republican leaders who were ze sponsible for these policies The people south of the Oio river have almost lost hope of ever being set tree from the tariff robbery But hope is in sight Thousands of Republicans in the East In the West and in the- N rthar calling upon the Democrats and the Republicansafthe South to go to the polls on Nov 8 and mRe ce- rtiri that men are sent to Congress who will tariff robberyiI was in Congress when the present fanf bill was passed I yOteo against it and if reelected wIll use whatever intellect andall the energy I possess to bringabout a downward revIsion of the tariff The convention which nominated the present candidate for Congress in this district as an opponent to me adopted a resolutin praising the administration of President Taft Ptesident Taft could have vetoed anti thereby have defeated this tariff bill but instead he slgl1ed it thereby giving it his approval and therefore it is reasonable to that if the Republican suppseI Congress in the Fourth District be elected he will vote to continue thIs high tariff bill under which the peoPle are hungry and cold Again I ask that you go to the polk on Nov 8th and cast your vote for me and a reduction uf taxes t fSi1cfeJely yours BEN JOHNSON BardstoWn Ky + r i I MEADE COUNTY FOR JOHNSON ASweeprng Majority Scheduled for the Popular Congressman in That County The Meade County Messenger in the following article predictS that Coq majorityfu1Meade will be one of the largest if not the largest ever given a ckndidkte for office in Meade county There are at least one hundred and fifty oldline Republicans in the county who will vote for Mr Johnson Such a coditionhas- neverexisted in thIs county before The popularity of Ben Johnson among allclasses jn Meade county is largely due to his generosity his kindness and his love for the people He is looked upon in Meade county as a sort of friend and neighbor who is always anxious to and dos lend a helping hand For this reason he has cemented himself in the esteem of the people in the county And th titoo his record in Congress is withont a flaw He has foughtfor ev laborerheagainst hIm with never a thought Of faltering There s not a more conscientlQus or abler representatIve of the people in the National Congress He towers head and shoulders above the average Congressman in intellect and in ability toget results his honesty has never been doubtedand his integrity stajid- sunqtesineLby anylwing humin be ing But theie are thousand elements admirableelIements man among the greatest of men Meade county voters appreciate Mr their1appreciation for l1imonNov8 irrespective of par ties or else willIbeIndeed there are few people in Meade county who will oppose Mr Johnson lt is safe to say that every Democrat In Med who can possibly get to the polls or iNov 8 will be there to vote tandlngIIItis the happIest condition WE have ever seen in this county during OUt residence of fifteen years and it was brought about by Mr Johnsons liber- aJity generosity and fair treatment towards Democrats Republicans and people ofali political faithsbx his uh biassed representation of the Fourth Copgressional DistrIct in the National CongressIBRINGING DOWN POSTAL DEFICIT 1 IrThe Significant Sumof 11 000 00ff Saved by Eonomlcal Management Washington Oct 27Figures the compilation of which was completed at thepostofflee department today show that the exact reduction Qf the postal deficits during the fiscal year ended June 30 was 11500000 The deficit of the previous fiscal year waS i7900o- Go so that in one year the deficit was brought down to 6100000 savtyear maseer General Hitchcck said IThis tremendous saving was made the curtailment ot the postal facilitieS In eliminating wasteful ex pen itures the department has ben exceedingly careful not to hamper in any way the constant development Of the pOstal service required to meet the increasing business needs of the cun trvta Word th deputments policy is to exteiid the serVice as rapidly as IS warranted by increasing population and to accomplish its sayings not by the curtailment of postal facilitIes but by handling in a mOre systematic and businesslike manner the constantly ex panding volume f the mails The tables prepared indicated that in the furtherance of the policy more than 1500 new postoffices with the necessary Officers employes and equipmtmt were established during the last fiscal year I Great extensions were made in the rural delivery system 515 new routes with a total mileage of 12235 miles being put into operation There were appointed from the eligible list of the cIvil service commission more than 800 postI clerks to enlarge the working forces of city postoffices and more than i00O additional letter carriers The railing mail service was strengthened by 750 new employes all of which Were taken from the civil service eligible list The aggregate salaries of the new employes appointed during the year from the civil service list exceeds 2000000 KENTUCKY RIVER HIGH BRIDGE rourteen Million Pounds of Steel ReqUired in the Construction of the Massive Work Early m 1911 the new High Bridge which is to span the Kentucky river at High Bridge in Jessamme CQunty- on the Queen 8i Crescent Route will have been compl ted It will be the hIghest bridge spanning a nayigable- streaqt on the American continent ana IS to be the most nassive structure ot its length and breath known to the IJUS1pir1itwo million two hpndred thousand rivets rand fourteen mi hon pounds of tested are required Almost two years were spenUn manufacturing the great steel sections that are being combined to produce this marvelous product of American skill and genius The old bridge which has attracted sight seers of evety nation is cqnstrvted of iron tn weight onefourtlj as massive as the steel of which the new bridge is being made On account of the superor material of the new structure it will sustainingIthe new bridge to the water in the river below the distance JS 31p teet It will f IVite 140000 potfticfsyf steel rails and 2 tte to build the double track across the brldge which is i223 feet in len tlr Thou ands of people are now being attracted to theene to witness the building of a structure the like of whkh eXIsts nowhere else on the whole Ain tinent and its fitting that rictcon ous handiwork of men its setting aiandsctpe that is unrIvaled mnatur l beauty and charm wIth its morelthanline are in full view from the train whIle passIngovr the bridge At this point the winding stteam has been denoninated by tourists of all countries as fife SWitzerland of the Wet rn Hemisphere The wonderful height and powertul strength of the connecting link of steelrav be attained else where but the amazing picture which nature has painted for the background can never approached in thecategoy of human achievements j A ftgular Tom Boy was Susieclimbing trees an4 fences jumping ditches whItling always getting scratches cuts sprains bruIses bumps burns or scalds But laws Her mother just applied BUcklens Arnica Salve and curEd her quick Heals every thing healableBoils Ulcers Eczema Old Sores Corns or Piles Try it 25c- t Haydon Robertson fOR DYSPEPSIA You Risk Nothing by Trying This Remedy We want everyone troubled with in digstiori and dvspepsla to come to our store and obtain a box of Rexall Dys pepsia Tablets They contain Bismuth Subnitrate and Pepsin prepared by a process whi4i develops their greatest power to osercome digestive disturbance HexallDspppsia Tablets are very pleasant to take They soothe the irritable stomach strengthen and invigorate the disestive organs relieve nausea and indigestion promote nutri tion fort and bring about a feeling of comI If you give Rexall Dyspepsia Tablet a reasonablt trial we will return you money if you are not satisfied with th result Three sizes 25 cents 50 cent and 100 Remember you ctn RexaIl kernedies only atThe Rexal Store The Ha pon 3 Willett Drug Cr ABUNDANCE OF WHEAT PrIies Should be towered in Ac cordance With tile Law of Supply and Demand illcago October 26 Wheat is pd inup in all positions in the face of- sriiller receipts which shows that the slEdation is decidedly bearish BesIdes th4 increased stocks at Minneapolis and Chicago and the cumbersome sup pHs iiow held in those markets the visible supply is likely to display a fUfther increase tomorrow While the WQFlds shipments for the past week will show a falling offfrom the previous week the importing countrIes of the ola world have ample supplies on hand as private bles received laSt Saturday suid that cargoes and parcels of wheat Were under selling iressure in England and that the continent was not buying as freely as a week ago thisIpresentItimecountry are qUite bearish The banks up there are refusing to honor drafts on wheat held in country houses and this means that the grain mUst be sold to the terminal concerns who have ample mejins with whlce tll carry it and that it will be moved out Sentiment on wheat may be called radically bearirh at the moment as where one bun is in evidence thre are at least 100 bears Such men as James A Patten H ERycroft W R Linn W H Lake Harry Champlrn 4 Her bert Ware and the Logan Bry nand Walter Fitch folloWIng may be nimber ed among the bears with ana mv of small people trailing on Flour may be called dull on all positions and tlie demand is only for domestic use with export bids to far out of line for con sideration Chicago has already receive l a car of new corn andita condltion was re thatltheand new as up unless there is an Improved demand from some source or another Argeri tina is now furnishing about all the corn tHat the Old Wrld is in need of and the United States growers will be forded to meet the prices of the Southern Hemisphere in order toplace the large surplus Which wIll sopn be avail able Of the pres nt crop Argentina has exported 73421000 bushels ot com while America has sent out only 23 464000 bushels Thevisxble supply in Argentina IS now 4165000 bushels against 3910000 bushels a year ug- qACCOMflODATJNG nOTEL CLERK Makes No Difference to Him WhatKind of a Man is Wan ted TheYre all on Tap Jones wis lonesome and vas tired of lounging about the hotel office sO going up to the clerk he said I WIsh you would find some persor around the hotel who would join me in a game of pinocle The clerk cal ed a bellboy Find Mr Isaacstein for this man said the clerk to the boy In a few minutes time l3axicstein W up at the clerks desk being introduced toJones and a few minutes later tHe pixocIe Kme was on in earnest he clerk had JUst roomed a party of when a college chap who had gUtsts ul jng in too much wine step to the desk Im justachin fora hght said the rahrah The youthIFind Mr Kely for this man were boyYou clerk who knows hiS businessNatlonJlI Monthly JdIIHusband is patient with a nagging wife for he knows s e needs help She may be so nervous and rundown in health that trifles annoy her If she is melan choly excitable troubled wIth lose of appetite headache sleeplessness ron stipatiori or fainting and dizzy spells she rueds Electric BItters the most won derful remedy for ailing omen Thou sands of sufferers from female troubles nervous tr uhies backache and weak kidneys have used them md become healthy and happy Try them Only 50c Satistaction guaranteed qy Haydon Robertson BAcK TO TUE FARM Terence V Powderly Says There is a Decided Movement in That Direction According to Terence V Powderly chief of the division of informatIon of the Department of Comnerce and Labor there isa decidru movement of people Back to the Farm When asked as to whether the demand for labor the country over was icreasing Mr Powderly said that there was no letup in the demand for men for work on the railroads on construction and thelike but that the demand for farm labor was on the Increase When we began thIs bureau two and one half years ago he saId we heard a great deal of the cry Ba k to- the Farm But most of the men whoI were talking abjut going back to the farm did not gQ They had never been an the farm in the first place Today a change has taken place While in New York recently I found that the Interest on the part of aliens and immigrants already in this country in farm work is increasing Men on construction work and other labor in the city are registering in the hope of being sent to the farm No less than 8OOOqiersons have beenJ sent to permanent positIon on thofarms Information regarding farm employment and conditions has been sent to lip less than 70000 Of the 8000 who have been given positions Mr Powder ly says but twenty have failed to stay He says too that these people who have gone to the farms have been writing to their friends abroad or to friends employed in the cities and the result is a gracually growing tendency to gO to the land The demand for farm work comes from allover the country Mr Powderly says one reason why melare going more and more to the forms to work is that arme arecom insr more and more to employ help the year round Formerly thIs was not done and men were kept only during the busy season From some of the men who two years ago or so were sent to work on the tarms inquiries are now beginning to come for help on farms of their own In other words sturdy and frugal im migrants have gone to work on tarm sased their money and have bought themselves pieces of land Guy E Mitchell in Farmers Home Journal iRAP11IC ACCOUNT OF tt CAROLINA TRIP Descriptive of MagnificentMo l Lain Scenery and Picturesque Tar Heel localities As I have been asked by many peo pie In this county to describe my trip to the mountainous section of North Carolina duritig the winter of 1907 8 I feel that a descriptive letter would be of interest to many who contemplate spending a winter away from the ex treme changes encountered In Kentucky as well us those afflicted with lung tctions or rheumatism My objective point is Tryon a lovely little village situated an Pucolet Valley near lacolet river a station on the Southern railway and among the beautiful pine forests Of western North Carolina Trvon is indeed a pictureque little town peopled principally by transient residents and has an altitude of from 1200 to 1500 feet above sea level and IS about 200 miles from the Atlantic its nearesc point being the aristocratic old city ofLharlestown S C Here we have scenery that is both picturesque and grand It is not a naturalwonder however with a worldwide fame such as Niagara Fdls or Yellow t e Park Its scenery is not too grand to be view oneIdor and the light fresh dry air per meats the system with a desire to penetrate the almost impenetrable forests of rhododendron and climb the hills or scale the heights of the friendly moun tains without a ftelinl of exhaustion Then too to toe inexperienced as was the writer when one stands upon the summit of Tryon peak whose altitude is 3249 feet one is overcome with a feeling of insignificance as lie VIews the loVely valley below and the eye iscast oer the thousands of acres of beautiful evergreen interspersed here with the golden leaves of the deciduous trees extending in a graceful slope to the south land Then again our mere nothing ness is more plainly felt as we look to the north and westand the great stretch of the Blue Ridge mountains seem to penetrate the sky FrOm this peakone J can view the outline of Mt Mit I1ft MItchell county N Carolina whose l titude exceeds that of any peak east ol the ROCKIes it being 6711 feet above sea level The longer you look the more it grows upon one and to think alLItliere we find the best alltheyeer round climate in the United states east of the Rocky mountains perhaps Itis mIld and dry and ld sheltered on the north and west by a stung of moua- tains varying In height from 1200 te3250 feet thereby preventing any slid den or serious changes The fogs so common here are seldom seen The only opening from the meuntias Ir from the south therefore the wind is a soft breeze blowing fast enoixgh te enougktoheavy damp aTmosphere jo eVIdent here immediately after a winter rain- is never felt there at all According to statistics the year of 1905S afforded 296 warm siinhiny days Sunsroke and overheating are never known there even in the hottest weather The temperature never reaches an extreme sd degFThe surface IS hilly or mountainous and the soil is dry and sandy ther ImmeciatelyI water Immediately lherearepostti- naut pools to breed and harbrmo5qUl frogsSeveralfurnish the popular cafes and swell ho tels with this dainty dish The only trouble experienced with the frog industry IS the fauL that they ofttimes hop off before they get ripe fedIlSIhygienic recommendations of the place as p resort The dry atmosphere or this place permits an invalid to remaia in the open most of the time even to the extent of sleeping on the porches or in specially constructed ooms antt hammocks It is therefore an excel eat place for recuperation for thOM sufferink from nervous prostration lung affections or heart trouble Tryon IS at the toot of Saluda grade which IS the wort grade in the world without cogs being a gradual nlt Of 700 feet to the mile for 3 miles It ia 21 miles from Hendersonville whIch it recuperatiooAShaway the greatest artificial lake inthe world a masterpiece of expert engin- eenng and masonry an undertaking completed at the expense oa member of the Vanderbilt family is also 42 miles from Tryon and affords fishiug the year round being in a forest pre serve of several thousand acres carefully guarded French Broad river which runs near Tryon is among the sWIftly flowing stteans of the prld and Its beautitul scenery must be seen to be appreciated In fact words and space are made qtiate to express the the beauty an- dpn Ii pIcture can give no conception ol the gandeur and plcturusque beauty of the scenery while the clmatic adYaa tages are or the first order Fond memorIes picture a halo eiti- derness aroJnd that e spot so dear to our mind and I wish that others hoepitalitythere Trusting that thIs descriptioe4rnay be of interest to readers of the Sun I remain as in the past Ii loyal friend to the paper JAS MORAN JR- A Man Wants T DIJ 1 sluggiukbowelsBut Ir Kings New LIfe Pills expel poisons from the system hring hope and courage cure all Liver Stomach- and Kidney troubles impart health and ailing25c fOR tcALD IIIADSi ItI A Treatment That costs Nothiog tifit fails We want you to try three laru hot ties of Rexan93 Hair Tonic ono r personal guarantee that the trialwill- not chat you a penny if it does not give you entire satisfaction Thats proof of our faIth n this remedy and in should indisputably demonstrate that we know what we are talking about when we say that Rexall 193 Hair Tonic wilt grow hair on bald heads except where bald ness has been of such 1ongirration that- the roots of thehair are entirely dead the follicles closed and grown over arid the scarp is glazed Remember we are basing our statements upon what has already been accomplished by the use of Rexail93E- lair Tonic and we have toe right jtCi assume that what it hh done for thousands of others it will do for you ra any event you cannot lose nytbing by giving it a trial on ott tee Two sizes 5OcaltdlOOX member you can obtain Rexlll Rem dies ixthis community only tour stis The fiexall Store lhe B yOOf- tWiUett Drug dq The SliM Cia IsrJsr1 4 3 1l1 Irttc o 1 h iI J 1xf the PringfieldSun HL SMITH Editor and Publisher NGFIELD KENTUCKY lL A atssstache el come Knk 8Choolrktwfn take a snow storm to adoraway with straw hat jOtitalde the aUght chill Of tbla weather can you beat ttf I best of aviators often come 1iowzi when they least exPect to While the aeroplane is still in it- sfancy it is a very husky Infant Guesa they will discard the bobble skirt now Fashion says Its passe Is the matter of joy riding it Ia be- oohing harder than ever to tell a steal o1 a borrow il Aeroplane flfghtsagd balloon races 4afire fascinating but think how good walking is L2 If the world is going insane some modern music must be consciously UlefuturerJfYOurdJgstion is bad its because 7ootlck sand A spoonful with sack meal says the dgctor Bops in Chicago public schools are to take up sewing WhY assume 1elbrhoo them so early1ri the lay s Not iu men tare poets saps are weClruth4 4 Newrodc lurril Why s it everybody half battle- it carbolic setting around thi house- stitewher be taken In mistake for stsedicine Japanese children are to be taUght paperriovement Speaking of menu French It hI a enoughtokgann wants to eat AmericanizeJ Wklte Wings One In the Dark and on Rye When song writing has been intro pupllstand try them on the piano Now that New York has abandoned entertahhopestodate and enterprising villagen It one had ones choice of deaths that by the administration of hot Wince pie over Ii period ot about sev I entyflvo years Would seem as de suable u any A hen that sings has been discov ered In South Carolina OWing to the belikelythe hen that lays jIAny man who is inclined to feel IIUChtyshould stop and consider that according to the census he is just popueWhat has become of the oldlash foir ke never got any closer to the gam- than the grand stand mayleoMolethemselyes sucbJerected commasiona The mint officials have just v ered that the citizens of the4rDlted States dont seem to be able tnkeep any pf the 11000000 coined annual In gold 8t they are going to stOD coining it From the depths of the sea a ne t island has added Itself to the Ale6Ua n group Uncle shouldSam hurry u i with a more definite government fOI alTeA court hu decided that platonic af- lecUo for a married woman does not justify gUts of silk hose and lingerie sot even in these ultramodern times Stick to Browning and essays on friendship and the lady will be sate fn a divorce suit A very young magazine writer i denott that be will with more axperfenc have cause to revise his opinion The tact that the oyster season is opeN Is noticed by the news Item tll- a Pennsylvania woman found a 200 asfri r dntL iI fiuthe family srtCto Naw York nlMHOIJ a PASSING o TntDISTRICT SCHOOL rF 3RsrurlIE district school must go The familiar little structure at T the country crossroads is doomed to extinction Two hundred thotinand of them spread from ocean to ocean and from border and border are marked by the hand of progress The keys have already been turned In the doors of several thousand to be opened no more to the purposes of education for the country youths The halt dozen families who sent their children to the district school each morning who watched them trudge down the country roads n ell kindss of weather and who gathered on Friday afternoons in the little schoolroom to hear the speaking have come to realize that what they candoof the next district and the surround Ing distrIcts The one room neighborhood school With one teacher Is passing away In Its place Is coming a new factor in country life a school six or eight times as large with three or four teachers of training and ability a school prepared to bring to the country boy or girl an education that promises to revolutionize the rural development ot America The country school has passed the point where It constitutes a playroom for the country lad when there Is no work to be done on the farm It has taken on more importance than as a rendezvous for bobsled and hayrack parties box suppers and Ice cream festivals EdUcation for the Farm A remarkable movement Is under In the United States almost un- oticed by the general public and little appreciated by many of thee farm dug communities themselves but destined to play a most important part In the education of the 7000000 country children of school age and of the generations that are to follow them along the devious road of learn big Yesterday the country boy toiled through Indifferent roads and ac ors plowed fields to the district school Today a big carryall full of rolUcklng children and drawn by exceUent horses rolls up to the farmhouse gate each morning with the regularity ot the rural man carrier The children pile in the van moves on to the next farmhouse and ac cumulates more children Through the roads a district often forty milessquare a haltdozen ot pubflcchildren every day to a twostorY schoolhouse such as the country pupils of a few years ago never dfeamed of At night the wagons routedepositingsteps The country 1s thus solving the back to the farm problem It ha found the mesas to stop the great out pouring of sturdy boys and girls to the city schools where they have been countryIt e country almost to the farmhouse door an education for the cOuntry youth equal in Its general features to supplethatmented by a vocational training for permanent Ufo on the farm It is an education for the farms not for th e pilgrimage to the city New Consolidated School The new school is known for want of 4 better nano as the 1isoUdated rural schooh The name fails to e scribe this great new Institution rural life It Is more than a tense i elationn of country schools It Js a mnj1ual 1na nlverslty It Is a institution that Is turning teo and fitted to do greater and better work on the farm It is n so- clal center about which the Interests beglnninag a ex tai schoosa h school It Is an ins tf iee Educate the country youth for tlae world but give him at least an equal Q1intheof farm life and he will generally choose the farm as his horne chieflyInIda and North Dakota the ne schools are besieged dally by the scores of children tumbling from the in coming carryalls Several thousand of the little district schools unable exIistencepetition have yielded their preroga tlves to the united institution an have been gathered under Itssp cious roots it is a powerful force that is hoolbouseagriculture ul a lion movement says standIngscan to endure the changes of the times It must be transformed Into a ptgeneral studies In culture and in vocational training for country life JudgingSo n on anew meaning for the parents of sytomd s an the Important studies that the phasesliterature of needed ti round out the America citizenBut it does much more It adds to trainingforInstead ot standln on a barren I- iat a windswept four corners is s rounded bya carefully platted farm of ten appes Ot spI In the more ad schoolsexperlmentalbuildings fruit and forest tracts laid out mini a tore dairy and poultry plants constructed and experimental work of all kinds launched judglnbreedinganalysis ot the soil the keeping of farm accounts and kindred subjects Contests are organized between rival groups of students to see what results experimentplatsthe farm at home The boy carries away from the SChOOl not a onfused mass of Information that he cannot apply to his dally affairs but a spe belevolvedon years becomes intensely Interested is hie work and studies and his eyes a opened not only to the knowledge of the world in the ordinary souse but to the great possibilities of the la with which he IS most familiar and contactfThe new school has 200 pupils stead of 20 It has a lecture han programsland farmersjfamflfesmeetings lectures and entertainments sThe whole neighborhood often em bracing 200 farms becomes an Immense laboratory for the schools In the experimental farm surround the building plats are laid out to semble the leading farm of the net borhood gey Great cooperative entdrprfse9 such as creameries bakeries laundries townshipbuildings near future be located about the school grounds In many sections the farmers a their children furnish the conveyances to carry the neighbors children to school but In the majority ot trlcs It hls been possible to est flith regular carryall service main rtqlI1edatpubllc expense Indiana leads the way at present in the progress ot the new school movement In almost every ounty- hi the state the school wagons are bringing crowds ot children dally to the central buildings ahd the Hoos- Ier schoJmaster Is of a different type that a generation ago Massachusetuls second Ohio third and Florida and North Dakota contest for fourth place Jn almost every state with the exception of some the sparsely settled western ones falII1tngdlstricts are either exp ers meeting with the new system or hI ge proven it a complete f 1S J tittt+ fr I IJI I ROUND ABOUT f + THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHEREDFROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY + + f tutorto t tt + Iut t tf It It THREE CAME SACK Five More Who Escaped With The m Still at Large Elkton Three of the eight prison ers whQ escaped from the county jail by sawing through the bars and make Ing a rope out of bed clothing volun tartly returned Among those still at large Is Theodore Jefferlrs who has served a term of ten years from Simp son county for criminal assault But k Blackwell another exconvlct charged with housebreaking has been seell aeIslaughter refused to leave with the others COUNTY MAY PURCHASE BUST trbwfamo ls sculptor Joel T Hurt an which Is owned by Mrs Rosa Johnson Rhett will be purchased by the county and givenn a prominent place In the corridor of the courthouse stateIdbust could he soured was reasonable for such a work ot art and if it was found that the condition pf the count treasury would permit it the purchas- would be made The bust which Is of Italian was taken from life by Hart Ken tacky most noted sculptor Soon after completion the bust was presented by Gen Leslie Combs to his friend D Vertner January 1 1855 and hM descended to his granddaughter fir Rhett The bust rests upon a marb edestal and is about four and one alf feet In height There Is already an excellent bu of Henry Clay In the courthouse tunda but It Is thought that the county should not miss an opportunity securing so fine a work of art as th bust by Joel T Hart SPEEDY JUSTICE Charles Little Slayer of Hargis Nephew Sentenced to Hango JacksonCharles Little who ass slnated Matt Crawford at his place ofs business two miles above Jackson puntsurh meat fixed at death T T Cope w appointed by the court to repress the defendant and after the jury hod been sel c cd entered a plea of guilty for histcltent and In a short speech pleaded for mercy Senator EE Hogg ofDooneviIle Ky by request presented the case for Cffcty the punishment set The jury was only out 10 minut- adt returned a verdict fixing the pun shment at death The trial of the case has established n precedent for speedy enforcement of the law In Breathitt county and perhaps In the entire state B OND ELECTION DECLARED OFF overslglHog it question or Issuing 35000 worth of erenew courthouse at Brooks Ille At a called term or the Bracken fiscal court R madeina4lie a on plur m statIcan notice or said elcctlon pryyor was e pnd County Judge Gibson has declared the election off LexingtunA suit for back tax on his stork was Mce by Sheriff Don tiree of which urn ts he president and principal own 1907taxesvathiprristownfhe culmination of roo inndOnt and Mrs Anna Davis aged 39 off ti agesdlIs cablr crmstances onnected with the nnlon as the bride was the daughtorinl- and acv later the housekeeper of the man who Is now her husband LondonBack Thomas and Samuel Hammonds are both seriously wounded as 4 result ot a tight Thomas whoI Is 60 years old and runs a soft drInk stapi Is seriously stabbed In the back shoulder and left side His chances for recovery are remote Hanimorids lives In Cla county I hethwasI over head and face with a revolver Hammonds Who it said was ant xlcated forced Thomas placeofurines 31ip latter attempted to t lam vat i r 4 PLE4DSGUILTY ANDFINEDt OOc k Defendant in Case of Insurance Fraud Pleads for Merc- youisvilleTimothyL T0Lear one of three defendants on trial her for conspiracy to defraud The Indiana Na tio nal LICeran L Commercial Life In suran e Coa both of Indianapolis Ind acceptaThe trial of P J Needham andDr- C GSchott Is sun sriprogress Need ham on the stand said President Iieliker of The Commercial Life In- furanceCo agreed to give him 700 to get hold of the policy Issued upon th e life ofVim E Ryder The offer he says ousts made soon after the death of Ryder The payment on this policy was the occasion for the Investigation of the all eged fraud l CAPTURED AT LAST GlasgowGeorge Carver known as the King of the Blind Tigers of B Allen qnd Worren counties arjn and landed in jail here resides In the corner of War yen Barren and Allen counties where he operates the only distillery He its charged with disposing of his product illegally Officers have been trying to capture hohadkept him posted of any plan to arrest himY escaped from the sheriff ot withron a ater outwitted the police of Bowling Green who were attempting to arrest him chargesdSomerset Within a few feet of the old oak tree under which he was killed during the Civil War a monument elixelreareBond persons including many vtter- ans It was In the battle of FishIng Creek sometimes called the battle of- Aiill Springs that Gen Zollycoffer Confederatele eeaASaysvllleRoy Hampton 13 was andiyGeorge aWnM1S Evelyn Tnomae eon mother of F M Thomasson ed- Itor of fibs Georgetown News died aged Glasgow News hits reached hero f a shooting in Allen coUnty of Allen Asher by Islet Graves The message stated that Asher is fatally wrnlnded- and can not recover Now HavenJudgeGearge Rad cliffs aged 73 years dIed here of cam wasnthed many offices of trust during his life FrankfortCompletlng an inspection of the books or the officials ot Bourbon and Leslie counties State In specter and Examiner Todd filed with GovTUlson his report and turned the treasury his check for 4Gl namedeshave been appointed Ashton George W LOvett Bonham William C Hamilton Casey Creek Zachary T GaubeU Hague Rufus C Hatllcld Indian Head Agnes J Taylor Poor Fork LuCInda J Huff VersallIesThe Central Kentucky Phosphate Co which recently filed ar tides o incorporation at Lexington with a capital stock of 400000 Is abom to close options on several tracts of land In this county and plans the stablishment of a large plant to de velop the phosphate which exists in large quanUes Louisville KyThe uV O SV Club held open house in honor of the 7000 tyros In the citY and the reception proved so popular the poJtce grew suspicious Plain clothes men vlsited the club which they found was doing a land otflce business in dispensing drInks A raid followed and 3240 bottles of beerwere confiscated wMr Luther T DavIdson wideliknowlIlof tYIJhoid fever aged 55 years when quite a young man Mr DavIdson tail admadehimDavidsonuBrock Combs uncle and Frank Sewell brotherinlaw of Oharles Little had a conference with the slayer of Matt Crawford Combs nnnounced after the conterenco that a emotion for n new trial will bcfiled at Jackson and if overruled hls case will be token to the Court of ippea1s The grounds are that Little acted In sefdofense In killing Crawford and that the death penalty hastily brought is excessive Jackson Further JUdge Redwlnos de eVidentof l1p lawlessness In was shown by his action In l ansferrlng the case ot the Comm llwea tli against John Davidson and others o Bourbon county The other defer ants JIfdieted for the murder of hn Abner The transferring of thIs curee and the conviction of Charles Little for thr siftid1nflu n ce t RHEUMATISM i I want hroale tkeosaatte itlaro twar aU 1c1nH all IInInttItts sit ptasters and JCJ1ttONS BEU1Ur- lliJK t I YJre tria1N matterwtaat year doctor may say so attasc what your friends may ay sae matter bow rejediced ati may healflJDlt all alTer 0 one to r d KBEUJUiiJIS1rtloaI will ret Dd r0Wl Remember this reed1 cataiaa sae salf t deyUe acid no o pluI4lcoCaJM m etple iae or ltaraniel dm It ticr Drege 1 For sale by all iragt Do It NowTomorrow A M too We Take- a CASCARET at bed tmeeet fine and mngflandfor c1mca rinkkom y sin j They surely wodc wbMeYDf sleep andnat help too r M ions take them awl keep weL 1MCASCAJUrrSt treatment aU drfqeetllellin the world liioA a tXHAIR8ALaAM ory IJ1r te lie YfttIItwLl r w IleJp 4I LeoaiR yk IM Fine Cali FOR SILEIMrflYeIlFan goal ittoterms Latgest apple orchard is Kkkigan neal them landa Write to HIlT Avlrawllc- If 9aEI WI1tK- wNATURAL ACT Fu MOTHER Wmen Understand That Not HeroIsm but Simply Love PrompteeI Self Sacrifice A few days ago In a somewhat squalid tielghborhood house ughtJfire The flames shot quickly through the Utter on the floor and the untidy arraY of clothing on the walls A wont an talking with a neighbor tan scream tng to the house and without Din tants hesitation sprang throagk fhb smoking doorway Into what already seemed an inferno A moment later she staggered out her hapds and face blackened and blistered and her clothing on fire In her arms she boxer her baby safe from harm The afternoon papers came out with the story printed under headlines ex- t011lng this mothers heroism Men theirIsplrltwhich leaps to greet noble deeds they saidThat woman dared to do what most men would be afraid to doOO But ihQ mothers who rood It at home did not think that way Perhaps the danger to the baby thee wrecking of the home and the burns the woman suffered brought moisture to their eyes but to them the act was not onex of heroismit was simply what any natural mother no matter how timid would do under the same circumnstances levelaIid Lender Fable of Pan of Biscuits A Vassar girl married a nsutfarmer ethappyIt cavorted around the premises thshaystacks theyopenThere lay the brides first pan otr biscuits l alnt feelin very strong this morning murmured the cyclone And with another glance at the tern rlble pan it bleW itself away r There are some rich men who bav made their fortunes honestly Also you may have heard of the needle In- the haystack When It s- What 4 or- Breakfast TryI Postd r Toasties Serve with cream or milk and every member of the family willsay rip ping good And dont be surprised if they Want helpinga The M inol Lingers Potum Cereal Compaey L Lj iIlaftle Creek X1 L L I r L t iKENTUCKY GLEANINGS I WHAT Is GOING ON IN IDIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH I KENTUCKIAN KILLED William Knight of Lexington Meets Death as Alleged Victim of Ed ward Johnson Springfield InTAt Greenwood Park Pailion an bn plied resort north ter William Kneghtof Lex tflgton u shot and killedit is- dtargedby Ediwan Johnson of near Rocheetea Johnson is under arrest amid Stun Rymer a witD X the tragedy 1s also held at the county fall Both men had worked rat vardous- oes i1a Kentucky near Lexington Job os WJnod 38 years old to nUpOls m July and Jhaa been emploYed by James Brainerd His twro Bone re- dw at the same place WILL ESTABLISH HOSPITAL v1DeDeclarlnt thlllt the Work flea gome eo far that to let it go wed be to miss a nzgnificent opportunbty for doting goad to Muonrynd ro hU- DMlky the members of the Masonic ogplMi aaeoe tion at a meeting 1MW isr tYasomOO temple deber it11M they woud go on with Qlhe Workoaf establisbdng a itcepital nd would ptyeh Jt through rto a suOCel con immatlota- In Tow 9l the Rant that the grand bIge domed the request for the use- of the mameMao m connection rith the proposed enterpriej the same of Ile orpnlzatlan was cbanged to The Saint John Hospital aEosCia ton The meeting WU one of tits most 8sthwedaetio fuce the projectWS in ugurMed and every Masonic lodge in 1he city was represented r1CAN NOT TOTE WEAPON Uwenbboho The fact that a young boTwMlooJdng through a lrnotlrole- eft SQde park has rested in a DJco11Dlty jury declaring that a private Oecbeative hag not the right- boa rry comcealed a deadly weapon Some time ago Frank Fuller of a1- debeetie agcicy merchants night pdipe mo was acting as poTceman- W vibe bail park fired his revolver tt- 4S alleged 3n the direction of a boy tookloC tliiough a knotlio1e Fuller was cIarged with carrying doheeied- a dew weapon He was tried dbund- guilty and fined He testified that he sworn in several months ago by Vror Ldm beI4lbut the law does nOt linow s zpeolal officer tob e sworn in for ne man three days times S- cordingg Ip the verdict night watchmen uIa the future will be forked to camry ther re rowers on the outside RELEASED ON BOND PaducahTom rr1n who WaS in stinted by the late grand jury charged wihh hie murder of the unidentified south mtnd near this city April 10 bBS execu ted bond in the sum of s1Q00 and was releaSed from jail TllOmuroeI youth was sever ideIi- Jtifie Shortly after the murder M1- Ltml Thompson of ChattanOOga Tenn idaimedthe bodYas that of her son and buried it art Decatur Ala Later her son turned wp alive and sine then the oaso bas been a mystery 1 rrin made a written conies Mon wtih he refuted at the preIlm Dry trial It is said the confession was instrumental in his indictmen- tGagguwWOtle drilling for oil years go Ohio parties ddec avers sulphur mine on Kettle Creek in M n fFoe county pf great magnitude some it three or four hundred feet below the etuufaoe There was but little itnmor lance attached to the find by the Pee ple of that immediate section and then tter ws almostt forgotten until capitalists from Ohio began drilling therewith a view to testing the qual sulphurrk Lexington Announcement was made by Secretary George Roberts that rthl first annual show of the Ken Lucky Corn Growers association will be held at the AgrIcultural college of ihe State university thIs cIty on Tan nary 34 5 and 6 The five best sam PIuof thE varIous classesshown here Will be legible for exhibit at the National Corn show- WhlteSburgHosea Boiling aged 115 years said to be the oldest man in Letcher or WIse counties dIed st hiS old home immediately beyond the state burde1 VirginIa after a few days m1leas He leaves many descend ants Maysvllle For several days a C Q detective has been here working n the twrder case of the operator at New RW ntond and also watching oth er happen ngs on the road It devel oped that the detective was a woman dressed es a man She said that she would land the real murder rs of the operattr shortly as she shad sumcien evidence already in hand She roe lasted to give her name but claimed 1to bare resided at one time in Jetrer son aid Fayette counties She left- here for Vanceburg Walking aid go- kges Jti i ci- ENTUCLY PREss ASSOCIATIONLouisville for the Midwinter Meetlne DATE SET fOR DECEMBER 28 Good Roads Convention Will be In Session About the Same Time Lively Meeting Anticipate- dLexingtonLouisville was selected as the place and December 28 as the date for holdIng the midwinter meet ing of the Kentucky Press Association by the executive committee of the as sociation The committee was unani mously Sn favor of Louisville for the meeting place and December 28 was elected u the time partly on account of the fact that the Good Roads Con vention which many of the editors wIsh to attend would be in sesslonJn Louisville on that date After decidIng on the place and date the committee selected the following as a irogr mandarrangeI1eIit committee to give the glad hand to the editors and show them a good time In Louisville n W Brown Louisville Times chairman Harry A Somers Elizabeth town News D MDnncan Mead County Messenger and T Sanders Orr Harrodsburg Republican with which A D Miller Uchmond Climax and S41 Sauiley presIdent and sec retary respectively of the Kentucky Press Association will erate to make the occasion a brilliant success All of the members of the cottttnit tee expressed the hope that thismid winter session would be one of the best and most largely attended in the- history of the association A BIG CLASS Louisville KyPerhaps the largest elms initiations ever held In the United States was that when 7000 new members were received Into the Woodmen of the World The candi dates came from arioua parts of Ohlor IndIana Kentucky West Virginia rAparticipated was held preceding the s lass introduction Gov A M Willson of Kentucky and Mayor W O Head of Louisylle were amO the candidates lumated delegationformed degree team from Toledo and It delegation from Hamilton were also In line SEVENTYTHREEINDICTMENTS Lebanon The grand jurrrafter A two weeks session a total of seventythree indictments Among them were true buts agaInstI the proprietors of the drink establishments in the city The Indictxlents charge selling bartering or loaning a beverage liquid mixture or decoction which causes intoxication jn a tterritory where the Iotal option lawisIn effect This Is the first time a grand jury has ever returned indict ments against soft drink establishments JURY BRIBERY Henderson One TEMPTEDt of the petit jury panel court said that he the grand jury when it reconvene i and testify that during and prIor to the trial ot 1VmK Ball on the charge of murdering Ed Duke the race horse starter he and two other members of the petit jttri had been approached with an attempt to brIbe them The defendant was convIcted and given six years in the penitentia1I Welieley MassThe Kentucky girls fared well in the recent frater ndty elections rqsults of whth were just made known bliss Recr Bcitimpe ler12 Lou1SY11e was chosen to the Shakespeare society which produces the bIggest theatricals MIss Mar guerite Lauepz1 11 of LouisvIlle goes to the Tail Zeta psi1im Miss Nell C MCCoy of Lexington is chosen for Phi Sigma society The system elections has been revised all ofI now iian equal chance under scholaJp priority role FrankfortVacant lots and land owned by corporations in Kentucky that are not put into use wIll escheat the commonwealth at the end or fide This principle or lawwas laiddown by the appellate court in the ca a of the commonwealth agaInst the Ientucky Traction Co of Louisville the appellate court was call edupon to construe Section 192 In- th s case the judgment cif the Jefferson ci cult court was affirmed and the corp ation won but only because the su t had been filed prematurely hitesburg Construction work st rted all along the new line of the- Lexington East1ns North Fork ex- teisfon from Jackson via Hazard and W IteSbUrg to Iouthof Colly 90I ml es Thousands of men are pl yed The remaInIng sleteen miles of the road from Mnuth of Lolly into th Elkhorn field will be lei Oct o er 31 The contract will call for the co pI tlon of the road twelve months It as understood that the remai ng- fif eon miles of the road to a connecI tin with the Chesapeake Ohio will be let v1t1m the next few monthi + COLONEL TOBE ELECTED first Kentucky Reginvent Wm Select Commander in November hankortSome man who knows mIlItary tractics and has money to devote to military matters will bol elected colonel of the regIment on the last Friday In November after the inspection by the regular army om- cers It Is generally nder5t that the man to be elected colonel has been agreed uponand will accept when he Jg elected the men generally favor notIthat the proposed colonel Is willing to help theregiment financially as well nfi in other ways and that he wilt be acceptable to ef the men of the regi ment No election will be held until after the inspectIon by the regular army officers has shown that the reument is compOsed Of eIght companies o six ty men eaCh all ready forsent e armed and equipped The majors hate promised the Adjutant General that by the last Friday In November they will have eight companIes ready for sere ice BANK GETS PROCEEDS FrnnkforLThe Court of Appeals affirmed the case of James N Miles vs National Bank of Kentucky from Jefferson county The question In the case was as to whether the flank or Kentucky or John E Miles heirs the right to the proceeds of a UtehadI surance policy that had been FrankIfortcollateral to the Bank of Kentucky and the contention was that the Bank of Kentucky should have collected its orIginal debt out of the real eState mortgaged to it by Mlles and that if it had dono so there would have beer enough to pay for its original loan and therefore It could not taken part of the collateral of the State National Bank end subject it to payIng what was originally owing to the Bank of rverrig1 lect the proceeds of the insurance p01 icy LexlngtonMiss Frances daughtTt- f George B Cooper county clerk of Lincoln county and John O Reid a young farmer of the same county loped to thIs city from Stanford and were marrIed by Magistrate Ben D Rel1 The bride gave her age at 21 and the groom at 23 FLOORS OVERLOADED Louisville Building Collapses BuryIng and Injuring Fifteen Persona LouisvlIIeFirteen persons were In jured five seriously when the front portions of the third fourth and fifth floors o the storerooms occupied by the Ahrens Ott Manufacturing Co gave way and a dozen or more of the employes were strud or caught un der the debris The damage to the building will reach 100000 and this sum may be enlarged 50000 when the damage to the stock Is ascertained All the corn panys books accounts and correspondence were burled under the debris Tons ot plumbIng and gas fixtures were stored upon the upper floorS and this weight taken in connection with the fact that the building had been remodeled recently is believed to have caused the collapse None of the injured is belIeved to be fatally hurt VersaillesThe new 50000 post office building which has just been completed here will be dedicated with fitting ceremonies on October 31 It is proposed to make the occasion nota ble In the history of the city and a public holiday will be declared The ommunity Is indebted for thIs band ome otinament to the city to Gov J S Blackburn who secured an ap roprlatlon for the building just be orb hIs retirement from the United tates senate and to exCongressman W P KImball through whose efforts an additional appropriation was ob talncd PaducahThe electric chair that will be installed In the Eddyville penl- tenUary is beIng constructed here It will be of oak When the metal fix tures arrive tho chair will he com pleted in a short time After Its corn pletlon executions will take place at the penitentiary instead ot at the county jails TacksonComonweaIths Attorney T C Johnson filed a statement In the Breathitt circuIt eotlrt and asked to have the case or the commonwealth against from Davidson and others charged with the murdegof John Ab ner removed from BreathItt to some other coufity- SHOULD OBLIGE SHIPPERS Frankfort In affirming the jUdg ment of the JessamIne CIrcuit court in the case of the Cincinnati New Orleans g Tttas PacIfic rallruad against John Steele the court of appeals holds that every means should be exercised by a railroad company to carry out the requests of the shippers rf freIght in carload lots to have the Freight stopped and returned to the point of shipment und in case the railroad company falls to do so shouldi lose the coL of the freight Gad Winter81spm THEY are enough to almost make welcome the comIng winter those gay velvet blossoms that maids and matrons are wearing on their new millinery BIg flat poppies giant wild roses the clematis and poinsettias and some blossoms that must have sprung from the brain of the floWermaker are blooming in rich bright colors that will show brighter still against a background of snow Besides these there are the little roses made ot silk and metal ttissues that are the quaintest and prettiest things the cunning of artists have done The bright green foliage is made of satin The tightly folded blossoms and buds are set In prim groups about crowns or in single clusters at some point on the hat They are used onall kinds of hats but seem at their best on those of fur One of the handsomest turbans has a drooping brim of sealskin a tall scant puffed crown of silver tissue and Models of Some of the Seat Idea That Have Developed Our Ing the Season For this costume black and white material Is employ dThe skirt Is one of those that are not more than 216 yards round foot The panel front of black taffetas continued In deep band at toot the edge is just finished by row of ma thine stitching The smart little semi fitting jacket has no collar but the neck and edges of fronts are outlined by band of taffetas two jet but tons with corI loops form the fasten Ing Bands pf silk also finish the wrists of the sleeves Vhite chip hat trimmed with black ribbon white wings anda white lace veil Materials requIred for the costume yards tt inches checked material yards double width taffetas yards Ellk 22 Inches wide for lining jacket buttons Dancing Frocks Danping frocks for the smart girl are of chiffon plain net some other soft sheer fabric All of these are made over Uningb of satin mescaline or silk Nearly all silk frocks are veiled to soften the effect stall bouquets of these silk and Un sal blossoms set about the hat at the joIning of the crown and brim They are vivid and rich as jewels Milliners use satin ribbon pnne velvet and gold or slIver cloth to make them A sudden fancy for them has sprung and 11lne hats they delight the admirer of real millinery art They are ex pensive because they take time and not because they consume much material That used however is of the best grade in order to get be4 results in color IA covered with whi Utin draped with black chiffon shown here Poppies of velvet in white and bright red are set about half the brim and against the crown at the left side A bow of wide velvet ribbon is perched at the right side This is a- very handsome model and might be attempted with every chance of success by the home milliner JULIA BOTTOMLY BLACK AND WHITE COSTUME ITO MAKE MILLINERS FOLD is a a cc a e 6 2 4 t or embroIdered marquisette or k I as or everywhere e I The Cutting of the Material Is the Only Thing to Kept In Mind To make a milliners or French fold cut the material three times the width that the fold Is to be where It Is fin fished Then fold a third Gt this width back on the wrong side and fold down over this raw edge the remain Ing part Turn In the raw edge be fore doing thIs Finally slipstitch this edge to the thickness underneath being careful not to let the stitches go all the way through To make a double fold of this sort cut the material again three times the width of the told when finished Made a wide plain fold and then fold thIs through the center with the stitches all on the upper edge Place the upper fold so that it forms a cord or ridge through the center and sUp stitch this so as to hold it firmly In place Be sure that all your stitches are out of sight Chic Hat for a Child Among the new display of tall hats for the little ones was a fine French felt white and In the new droopy mushroom shape The trImming wu a soft ribbon passed around the crown and held down with trim little rosettes of the ribbon one over each ear The left rosette was encIrcled by n daInty wreath of holly Of the creamywhitecrimson berries The ties were Qf soft white ribbon and altogether It was a most attractive bit of millinery A Workbasket Hint Keep In your workbasket several largesize safety pins and use them to string loose buttons hooks eyes etc Keep thoso of the same size on the same pin black hooks on black pins white eyes on white pins etc Thus you never will have an untidy workbasket or be delayed by not being able to find instantly what you are looking for Fasten the safety pins to one side of the lining of your basketand your method of securing neatness will be complete LinensIn similar goods too light for mournIng star and too dark for the white put In the boiling starcha largo piece of tissue paper In shade to match as nearly at possible the drebs material This will dissolve and when the starch Is strain ed nothing but the dye will remain m1kinga starch of the exact cola de s ed this is a good hint for the woman who does much color embroidery Of the itiffiy starched varlets WHAT HE CONSIDERED FAIR M Olsen s Offer Must Have Csere M PsievasiveI j f Up in Minnesota Mr Olsea had a itsduerailroad called We understand of course that the deceased was a very docile and vale- ea animal said the claim agent ishis most persuasive claimagentlemaa- y manner and we 87II1lthze wllk you and your family inyour loss BUt tir Olsen you must remEMber this Your cow had no business being Lour tracks Those tracks are our pri rate property and when she iavades4 them she became a trespassers Technically speaking you as her owner became a trespasser also But wit have no desire to carry the issue into court and possibly give you trouble Now then what would you regard a fair settlement between you sad thevrailroad company Vail said Mr Olsen slowly At baen poor Swede farmer but Aye shall give you two dollars Eyerybodyp r REST AND PEACE Fall Upon Distracted Houeehehta When Cutlcura Enters Sleep for skinn tortured babiee ant rest for tired fretted mothers Isfeund- tI a hot bath with CuticuraSoap ans a gentle anointing with QutJeura Olab men Ths treatment jn the aaje Ity of cases affords Immediate relief In the most distressing fore oC itching burning scaly and crusted ha more eczema rashes inflammations Irritations and chafing of infancy and childhood permits rest ad sleep to both parent and chili ana poduts to a speedy cure when other reaedieg fall Wornout and worried parents econoffiicalexPectations and may be aDDlietil to the youngest Infants as well 1cdren of all ages The CuUeura Retie edle are sold by druggists everyKwhere Send to Potter Drucl Corp sole proprietors Boston KILN for their free 32page Cuticura Book onn the care and treatment of akin pad scalp of infants children Ud adults Money for Tuberculosis Wrlt The National Association for tH- Stu4Y and Prevention of Tubercakwis gives forcible fliustiAtionof the way in which a small sumn in eitlc lion las secured large appropriaticaa from state county and inunlilpaleff- tclals The New York State Chart ties Aid UloclatlQqfB the three yM1 1901 1001 and 1810 has spent in the upstate portlbnol NeWT about 550001n arousing the people te Ute dangers of tuberculosis Aaa direct grsducedty and munIcipal authorities have already appropriated for tnbercrleala fhundredr pending Hundreds oC hospital bide have been provided md the assflcla tion already aims for No Uncaredfor IThusIf 1000000 is realized from the eel of Red Cross seals millions more wlll be added to it from the public tress uries Last year 25OOOOOt stamps were sold It is aimed to sellf4ur times as many this yearJ f The Family Growler Why are you weeping little boysr I broke de pitcher Yispilt1Gwan Dis wuz beerLauiiiille CourierJournal i f T Old Oaken Bubket Doctor to typhoid patientDo o remember where you drank water- Patient i an actorOh yes It wu back on the dear old farmtwetrw years goPuck r Queens High Does BUg ns ever bluff when he- 1u4plays cards J Never until he gets home and etc iiplains where he has been rl WISE WORDS jJ A Physician on Food i1dAhas views about food He wys- I have alw ys believed thatArths duty of the physician does notceaae wIth treating the sick but that re owe it to humanity to teach them kiw to protect their health es lall7 by hygienic and dietetic laws With such a feeling u to mi d1ltT I take great pleasure inlaying to the public that in my own experience and also from personal observation I ham found no food equal to GrapeNitta and that I find there is almost no halt to the great benefits this roQtI win bring when used in aU cases oftsccls neBS and convalescence It is my experience that no 1ky cal condition forbids Ute use of Grade Nuts To persons in health nothing 10 nourishing and acceptable to the stomach especially at break fast tO start the machinery of the Is man system on the days wefk ID cases of indigestion lknew that- a complete breakfast an be saaae tGrapeNuts and cream and I think itse not advisable to overload the ktoesh at the morning med I also know ttee great value of GrapeNut win tkas stomach is too weak to digest other toad This is written after J1 expensive of more than 20 yea treating all- diaeMNmanner of chronic and acute and the letter is writtea Yolwr- on my part without any regusii lie Reed the littlayi ek S I be Wellville ia phis Thiwl sasi iL jt1 tA ft n r v tv7 c t ii THE SPR1NGFIELIlSUN WEDNESIlAY R2IoSUN I ISPRINGFIELD iUaSCRIPTION ONE DO Aft rIn Advance j jl L SMITH Editor PMblis r laatered at the postofiice at Sprm field Y for transmission throug the 8la1fs usecondclassmatter- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIO f s fOse year tUX e tJTItJTICKETi 1 0 FOR CONGRESS j1 HON BEN JOHNSON 1t- N I INTERESTING l t t PROGRAM- st j for theTeachers Association to KycSaturday Nov 5 10 s 1irooamSong Prayer b Rev J A Sawyer Address of Welcome Proff D V Florence Special music AddresshThe Kentucky Boy Rick ettSBoulw re AddresscThe Teacher Prof Lynn Bush AddressProf Geo Colvin d4fessProf Harmon of Bowling Green AddreuMrs Nora Cloyd AddreSsuParents relation to the shiid Miss Elizabeth DavIs T00mDinneron the ground l9mS ecial Music ShelbycountyAddre8h Are schools worth while Fred Mayes AddressThd needs of an Educa jion n Geo Neikirk RecI tlon Lawrence 0BrYan RecitationBen E Hmms teachingfr44 Roundtable DiscussIon on Washing tti countY 8 Educational needs by Teachers patrons and citizens led by Prof Geo Colvin- Recess of 5 minutes 3OQ p mSpecial innsi- cAddresOrganization= of Graded Seliioola and COuntry High Schools Supt J W Bush- EssayMethods in Geography Mrs Ada Arnold AddressCharles Bottom EleaY Miss Ora Kate Bottom ir RecitationMiss Pearl Hickerson EssayMiss Blanche RecitationMiss BeulaTurner When a cord becomes settled in the ystem it win take several days treat ment to cure it and tee remedy to RemedyItand aleo leaves the spstem in a natural and healthyy condition Sold byall Drug gists TheAcme Meat Market Bad RudawaY AccidentS Mrr olin Edelen suffered the loss of a fine mare last night valued at 275 Mr Edelens son Tom was driving in to town on the Bardstowrt pike and had gotten to the point of intersection of the Bkrdstown and Bloomfield pikes when he and Howard Tatum and S H Weakley collided Young Edelensb g gy WaS overturned and the frightened herjselfat full speed and ran as far as the tobacco warehouse where she came in contact with a gravel wagon tearing her breast in such It horrible manner that she died shortly afterward The crash made by her impact with the wagon scared a horse driven by Len McIntire and caused it to turn his bug sty over the bridge near the railroad track below town throwing Mr Mc Inttre and a lady companion into the- branch NeIther however was injured Deathof Child L Suffer the little children to come unto me and forbId them not for such is Kingdom ot Heayen LittlE Delena Barber died at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs John L Barber Saturday last aged thirteen months and was buried Sunday after noon In St Dominics cemetery The baby had been sick for only a shortII time but from the beginning of ness her parents and physician had but little hope Of her recovery The girl was a beautIful rosy faced littleI eyed child who not only spread shine in the Barber home but also neighborhoodiShe lithe neighbors as if she were one of the ousehold and they as wen as the parent will miss the sunny presence of i little Delena The righting Parson This play was presented to a fair sized audience last evening at the Op era House by the W F Mann Co and proved an admirable attraction The threatening skIes prevented many from attending who would others ise gladly have witnessed this fine production It is a clean moral play not an objection able feature occurring during Its whole rendition The acting was good every member of the company displayed un usqal aptitude for their particular role and where all did so wen it would he in villous to particularize Much applause greeted their efforts and those who were present were well pleased The Qpera House manager Mr Leo Haydon has billed anotl er fine attrac tion St Elmo to be presented on the 16th inst and we shall be glad indeed if It comes up tothe standard of the last What Becomes of the Pennies =Although the Philadelphia mint coined 146QOOOOO pennies last year and many other millions in years bEfore the mys tery of where the little coppers go still is unsolved anti Director of the mint George E Roberts estlmatea the big plant will make another 100000000 this year Pennies more than any other sort of coin disappear from circulation mysteriously The government does not mind coining them for it Yields a fine profit A pound ot copper costing 110w about 13 cents will make one dol lar in penmesI JAS MORAN Jr Proprietor Successor to Geo Mullican Fresh Meats GroceriesINew Stock FirstClass Staple Just received a fresh stock of Candies Oranges Apples and banannas FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON FRESH PORKToday Thursday and Saturday IRISH AND SWEET POTATOES A quantity of extra good Pure Country Sorghum Molasses Try em Bring me your beet hides and all County Produce Will pay highest iiEiaarket prices If you Kaye an extra good beef for sale phone me- o J Bring orserifYour Laundtyfirstclas work Guaranteed earnests Y solicit your htieral patronage JAS MORAN Jr t Dr1 G Y Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY Allenta1 Work Stnctly First Gass Springfield Ky HallonfCO Block up stairs L cal News Notes The Ladies of tlj Presbyteriin church will serve an Oyster Supper Nov 5 from 4 to 10p m at the Opera louse Everybody invited A fresh tub of Mackerel just open ed at J A Shadess Grocery the tobacco barn of J W Royalty who livEs near Booker Was burned Sat urray night wIth all its contents con stating of a crop of tobacco a valuable horse a wagon and other farming Implements His loss will aggregate 1800 It IS jot known how the fire originated but Mr Royalty thinks it was set afire Call on J ASh der for 1 quart jar of Soui Pickles atlOc1 quart jar of Sweet Pickles at 15c 1 quart jar of Mustard at 15c New real hand tailored suits just in at reduced prices See them Mrs wILLIAMS INOTicESomeone borrowed from my store abcet a month ago a box of door keys The barrower will please return to Ed M Russel- lNOTICEAll persons iddebted to Hennessey and iaakerrust come in at once and have to sue to collect the unpaid accounts tfrshnl1 Duncan The Ladies of the Catholic church will serve court dinne in February I have a fresh line of Currants Raisins and Mince Meatin boxes Call tosee me J A Shad r Phone rinK JI Public Speaking Hon Thos H Paynter will a dress the voters of Washington county at the Court House tomorrow Thursday at 1 p m- In consideration of the fact that the coolweather now upon us is sufficientl to keep meats over night and unnecessary opening on Sunday is not taking an ox out of the ditch pnly Imposing extra work upon us we will cease to open our shops on Sunday after orderiIISaturdays JAMES Signed MORAN C A JRI FARM FOR SALEI otTer for sale privately the farm of my mut er con eitheriss Annie E Thompson Rout 2 ebanoll 47tf IETItAYAbou three wee s ago a straypdffomLiberal Reward for imform tion of whereabouts W H lullican Notice pINovem- ber visions charge cents per mea- ISBTHO i PSONr Mound City paints may cos a little more but Mr Leo Haydon The Ladies of the Pleasan church will have a sale of cake ChickI ens and salads on Wednesdy Nov 23 at Hogan Bros Patronage Solicited For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments can on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PItESSLSG CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good to bacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms Seeus for city property in Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky fAJR viEw f w H Parks of Garrard county withIJesse Pile an family visited then aunt Mrs J E Stevenson Sunday spentMonday nightWillie Sun day with the formers sister Mrs Clay LitseyLittle who has been sick for several weeks is better at thus writing burneddown r + + ++ ++ ++ fit fit fit fit Newtit + tit Tie 1 tfit fit tit Goods + + + ++ + + + + +++ New Beavers new fur and Velvet prise you Come in Mrs Sorry He Spoke- There Is certain West Pblladelpnia bachelor who Is very fund of hlldreo Recently when he was riding on Chestnut street trolley car woman sat opposite him with baby In her arms Suddenly the baby begun tu cry Every one in the car seemed to be annoyed and general scowl went aroundthat Is every one eXlelt the bachelor He tried tq show by the benign of hits face that the crying or The baby was sweet music to him He smiled at the youngster but the noise only grew louder Finally be leaned across the car Perhaps thereii pin sticking hlm- he sold In stage whisper and after the manner Qt one who understands aU th complexities und troubles Qt baby tlte There was profound tli lence In the car until the mother answered No no pin atirking him she said at last Ina tone ut scorn and with much emphasis on the last word Then she lies seared because youre making faces at him After that the baeiielor lapsed Into pen heDesslbliadeJllbI Times The Starlings Tongue It Is extraordinary how runny per sons ore under the Impression that In order to enable bird to talk It Is to cut or slit its tongue have heard that lacy had its origin in the following story A man had number ot star lIngs In large cage mucked Fine Young Starlings Only Shilling Each and U8 each would be pur chaser arrived the man would say Theres fine bird there sir point lug oUt ont ot them but want halt crown for him because hes the only One with cut tongue so he Is bound to be talker He then proceed to catch the bird and show the cut tongue and invarlabl su seededI- effecting sale This dlWiwO ld be repented us each new customer ar rived and departed relolcing at his t E + M TTT 1 + Are now being received by- us daily and each dAwe are opening for your In spection one of the most attractive lines of IXGoods Dress Goods Silks Trimmings Novelties and Notions we have eVer J shOwn e+ and Boys Suits andOVer coats Shoes Hats Shirts + and Ties Dont fail to see our stock of Ladies Suits and Coats before buying We will be delighted to show y- ouTTT tit 4 + I The RORERTSONCLAYBROOKE CO 1 eft liCORPORATED i + + + + + + Mid Seasonr PoPPleaThe WILLIAMS a Ii a a expression a a a theres continued l absolutely necessary tbtatah a a a I a a u would a textra good bargain The reader perhaps Is not aware that all starling have very peculiar formation at the ex tremity of the tongue which gives the appearance of n lIttle piece having been snipped out of ItLondon Strand The Crested Screamer uI was surprised to run across an old acquaintance up at the zoo the other InIa commercial traveler This acquaint ante Is known us crested screamer He Is one ot the best fighters I ever bet my money on He Is about as large as a turkey and as spry tis they make em when his fighting blood Is up He has tour sharp spurs Instead ot two and the odd thing Is the spurs are on thewings Instead of the legs The birds ran wild but the natives tamed them and taught them to fight hawks and other enemies of poultry They are One poultry protectors A fight between two of them Is tbe most exciting thing la the way ot spurt down there and Is more popular than a cocktlght1ew York Sun A Grewsome Charm Oneot the most grewRome charms Is tkat which was at one time citess- ively used s u curl for wens rig hand ot n d nd criminal still banging had to be rubbed three times over the wn A correSpondent In London Notes and Queries sonic tow rears- since wrote that many persons were hen living who In their younger days bud undergone the ceremony always they wntl1talued with complete suc cess On execution days ut North ampton he adds numbers of sufferers used to congregate around the gallows In order to receive the dead stroke as It wus termed At the last execution which took place in that town a very few only were operated upon not so much In consequence ot decrease of faith as from the higher fee demanded by theh hangman Paternal Fortitude I was ciililnl when the little daugh ter of my hostess came Into the room nairhg that her mothers mother bad that eiurning returned home after a somewhat lengthylslt I sold Werent you sorry to have grandma go away Pearl Yes I was she answered promptly and so was mnmanaOlr Butund she paused thougtitiullytor- a moment I couldnt see at breakfast but that pRPaWas Just as cheerful as ever The Sun and CourlerTournal 1161- The Springfield Bun ILOGDeI year Craup IS most prevalent during the day cold weather of the early winter months Parents of young children should be prepare for it All that IS needed is a bottle oi Chamberlains GQugh RemedY Many mothers are never without it In their homes arid it has never disappointed them Sold byIaU Druggists LRITQt WIDEWELD ASPHALT FI at1 PING THIS i ihch asphaltcement welded joint gives you a continuous one piece roofwithout a single nall = hole through it Made of natural nerd asphalt the best weather proofing known No CoalTar SOLD BYI innbrMANUFACTURER OF HandMade Harnes SPRIN FIELD KY e HighGrade Sewing Machines At 19 2Q and 225Q AGENTS PRICE so and 60- Ed M Russell Springfield Ky1 It e 11 1le- I t J IlIfSPRlNGFIlQD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER zIgcoj II r Moole AirTight Heater Does the Work ol a Furnace I The and All nickeled parts are of the verY highest finish trough a process known only to the House of Moore None of the polished rts comes In rl 1lrect contact with the fire The pol lshj cant burn off One polishing trr ED warningtolands for purpose whatever aswe wiltprose ute offenders to fullest especiallySAM PHILLIPPS r f d no 2 BROS 21 miles E of town columni differentupstairstemperatureSaves Over Half Your Coal Bill stackandcarbonInthe fuel last longer There are n clln ers and no cinders The Dust Flue takes all the th stand small ashes up the chimney thus pntheThe Ash pan Apron keeps all ashes from falling on the floor wken remov Ing pan Handsomest Handiest Heater Ever Made keeps the stove like new for a whole yearThe AirTight Draft Control en ables yo to hold a fire from 24 to 48 hours Ire never goeS out over night and Is always under perfect controL I ULAVERSpringfield Ky OS 4PARItOTT Farm for Sale Containing abuut 100 acres 45 acres in grass 8 or 10 in timber never fall ling water frame dwelling good barn from railroad convenient to Ilniile church etc For further information call on pr E L McINTYRE WOODLA WN- KENTUCKY 1iPublic Saler winoniHavinR decided to quit farming I WgDNEOA Y NOV 910At 10 clock p tn Sell to the highest bidder the following 1fZijertyi iiearold mare in foal 6yeardld bay horse x good one i weanlin hackney filly r aged bay mare bred to Bouncing Ca naught J coming 4yearold horse 6 stock hogs weighing about i4o t lbs I sow and 8 pigs t good brood sow 2horse wagon I zhorse wheat drill J disc harrow I Deering binder good as new 2 breaking plows 2 double shovel plows single shovel plow rubber tire buggy spring wagoN a good phaeton 2 sets of buggy harness a lot f of gear 2 cross cut saw 2 50galon kettles 2 post pole diggers an v old fashion spinning wheal grind stone 2 tog chainsabout 6 or 7 hundred sticks of tobacco I2 hives of bees a lot of hoes andcorn planters a gravel bed a lot of old iron household and kitchen furniture and 3 lot of other stuff too numerous to mention t TERMSAU sums under ZQ ca hover that amount credit untie JanuarYJ 1911 R Wr WATHENa- t EXECUTORS SALE r O- FLANDj As Executor of the will of John S Riley deceased I will on r M0ND4Y NOt 14 1910At ABOUT 130 P M i Offer for sale at public auction on the premises on the Springfield and Sharps vile turuPike about 3 mites North of WiIisburg and 2 miles miles from Sharp ville and on the wattls of Denbo Creek in Washington aunty Ky iWsA TRACT OF LAND adjoining the lands of W S Colvin J W Baker Mrs N Curtsinger John Coulter John McMillen supposed to contain 215 Acres More or Less Said Dand IS in a fine state of cultIvation and suitable to culi vation of Tobacco and much of it is now in fine blue grass It contains a good dwelling and other outbuildings together with barns etc A survey of the land will made betore t y of sale and it willobe sold by the acre The land wlll be offered in par cend as a whole i t1 i RMSOne thIrd Cash remainder on credit of 1 2 and 3 years wIth in- tentMtfrom day Of sale Lein retained for unpaId purchase money rt WESELECMANs M Campbell Auctioneer Executor of John S Riley deceased r tv AU partsare surface ground and fit together air tight Nothing but asbes tos wicking Is Used In mounting Itexpands and contracts with the heat so that the stove Is perfectly air tight and under complete control at aU times Stop In and let us ShO YOU the secret of our Rccoc Casing and many other features w havent provetoreplace two oreven three others and do better work than aU com fined Call tour store and let us explain the won derful quality of this Everlasting Firepot- Aninvestigation will prove agreat saving t-oyu When in need of Tin ning Plumbing Gutter ing and Repair Work give us a call all be TO TOBACtO GROWERS Gentlemen Springfieldtobacco warehouse This property is depptThisbuildiclrwide whIch will make a nice sale floor tor the loose leaf business and Iam having it well lighted for the sale of to bacco This is very necessary in a ware house as plenty of light is needed to sell tobacco by While I am a stranger toa great many of the tobacco growers of Washington county I am no strung mylifeand I assure you in advance tnat what ev r tobacco 1 may handle in my ware ho se shall be handled m a way that wi get the producer the best prices 10 sible and they shall have a fair and honest deal all the way through t am here to help build up a nice leaf market in Springfield and I cannot do thIS un less the over thIs county and oth er countieswill help me do so I would advise you when stripping to grade your tobacco carefully keep your colory opinioncolory types and in grading your tobac co in a nice way you will certainly ge paid for so doing 1 l oktlr a good strong market on the 1910 crop Of course some of the crop has been damaged by house burn and thIs will no sell so high I will be glad to hear from anyone who wants advice in regard to the sale of his tobacco Thanking you m advance for any shipments ot tobac Cl that you may give me and assuring you that I will protect your interests in the sale of same Iam trulyT Manager ESSOmICKEN cxnucoar Keep Sickness Out of Your Poultly Yard The bat way to keep aisas out of yard is to keep Eo Chkkea 1charcoal where your birds cas let it wbe ever they want Esso Chicken Charcoal is seceMary for the health of your poukry- as grit fWo caaftttmals yon wit aay yy want sad there it sothiag you cos feed yon bsds for aaythiag like as lw Colt as Eno Chickea Chrcoal tW will IMp tkelit wed elot Sale By LEO HAYDON r II I IWTEETH Pain it L3angr Done in this office is flrst I andjusttOver 3lcElroy Shodeve Grocery s eOeOeOeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo i D Notes51Cound ofthe We J th PersbnaFNewso 0leOeOeoeQeQeooeQ M H Jones and son Charles of Louisville are here making prepara tionsto open the turkey market Mss Sue Ray has returned home from a visit tOi frigndr and relatives in Badstown and Louisville Miss Mabel Williams returned from a visIt to Lexington and LouIsville Mpnday night Mr and Mrs Curtis Hardesty of Eminence and lrand Mrs John Thomas of Shelby were guestsof Mr and Mrs P J ThomasI Fred Stem arrived accept a positIOn for the winter with the Springfield Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Mr Kent Barber of Bardstown was here Sunday to attend the funeral of little Delena Barber Mr J W Clements of Louisville is attending court here this week Mr Sam T Spalding ot Lebanon was in town yesterday on business Mr S A Russell ol Lebanon attended court here last week Dr D W GaddIe Republican nom inee for Congress in thIs dIstrict was in town Monday Mr Ike Miller visited here Monday Maggie May Wycoff and ZulaLear visited Miss Nannie Thomp son last week Mr J R Pro an old time news paper man and for many years editor and proprietor of the Jeffersonville- DailYStar wascirulatinJt mSpringfield1- IlThursdav last in the interest of the Paper Co E t1ALL ISCIEN Brother Christapher of Massachus etta who spent last week with relatives and friends in this section returned to his home Monday Master J B Ryan has a mUd case of typhoid fever Misses Minnie Clarkson Blanche Car rico and Tavla Goodletts lastThurs day night with Mrs Will Clements Several of the youJ1 g folks of this place attended the d lice given at the home of Ben Clssel near St Rose and report a most enjoyabl tIme Miss Blanch Carrico of Holy Cross IS spending a few weeks with her bro the and sister Mrs Geo Clements and Eric CarrIco of this place attheThose who dined with Mr and Mrs Bob Montgomery Sunday were Brother Christopher of Massachusetts Mr Ed gar Linton and sister MIss Alice Mr Brook Rudd and family Sam Montgom SmithtIrvine TJiompson of Thompsonville was in our mIdst recently SundaytRod Neale was here last week surveying the farm of SkidMudd Will Clements is in Lexington this week on business Perry U Marks of Cane Springs was hre Wednesday Dr Hyatt and family of Springfield spent Sunday with Mr Durrett of this place The party given at the home of Jas Morans last Thursday was well at tended MIss Alice LInton and Tavia Goodlett spent Saturday with Mrs Emma Mc Whorter in Springfield Dane Rumor reports a wedding soon Guess who HAPPYHOLLOW Mr John Crow and famIly spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Crows parents Mr Hence Scott and family of near Polm Sabe Coulter and family spent Sun day wIth Mrs Coulters father Mr J M Shields Erastus Perkins and family spent Saturday and Sunday wIth John Arm strong and family ot this place Miss M alliq and Ernest ShIelds spent Saturday night with their sister Mrtz Sabe Coulter Mrs Ed Han y and Myrtle Armstrong were m Poortown Tuesday afternoon shopping Mrs Nancy Scott and Effit Coulter spent one night last week with Mrs John Crow Ed Hanby and wife Erastus Perkins and family spent Sunday with John in ur midst Sun familvI spent Sun day with Ernegt ShIelds Hence Scott last Saturday and Sunday with his daughter Mrs John Crow Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Friday with her sister Mrs Ed Hanby The Sus and CotttirierJoxraal 11M r Fresfi t T t Oysters Fresh Celery fresh Fruits- CandiesNuts Light Bread not Roll- sPancyCakes rHARDINS CHAPEL Mrs Alice Ha don has returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives in Springfield Mrs G w Fenwick and daughters Ada and Leila spent Monday afternoon- with Miss Jennie Litsey Miss Regina RUdd spent Tuesday m CocanougherMrs with her sister Mrs G W Fenwick Miss Ella Pope and Miss Pearl Saun LogsdonTuesday spentWednesdayer Mrs G W Fenwick spent Tuesday LogsdonMr re girlMisses dined with Mrs Stanley Fenwick Tuesday daughterHattIeat Mackville MISs Maggie Hiatt spent Wednesday night with Miss Hattie Logsdon Mr and Mrs Stanley Fenwick and daughter Juanita spent Wednesday with Mrs J E attended the party given by Miss SusIe Cocanougher on Monday night- Misses Leila and Margie Fenwick spent Saturday atternoon wIth MIss Hattie Logsdon with Mrs Nellie Logsdon bliss Gertie MIllion has returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives at CardwellMiss Bell Masters spent Satur day and Sunday with Miss Gertie Million Mrr and Mrs 1 had Anderson and chIldren spent Sunday with the family of S G Logsdon Those who assembled at the home of R P Lanham Sunday were Mr and Mrs Will JeffrIes and Mr and Mrs Will Lanham and children Mr and Mrs Stanley FenwIck and- daughter spent Sunday afternoon with e of G W Fenwick William Logsdon spent Sunday wIth ge HIatt were in renwlck Saturday MargieFenwIckMattie Tobin Man schoolchildren tffJr from constipation which IS often the cause of seeming stupidity at lessons Chamtr eriains Stomach and LIVer Ta lets are an ideal medicine to gIve a child for they are mIld and gentle in their effect tlpationSold TELEPHONE 6tAnd your ordci II promptly attended to and delivered KATIE HERTLEIN BRO JTJTTT Anderso- nSeveraltromhere dauthterBessie HaydonMrs t DP IRK We are having very cold weather and snow at writing but hope to have warmer weather soon as it is rather early for snow J PYankey has bees liog SOrB e cattle recently price unkMwL illforW H Elliott is beef cat aytaadSaturday homelastseveral weeks with her daughter Mrs Amy Carpenter isconqucltnchapel with a good attendance Miss Maggie Coyle spent severaldays wIth her grandfather in Boyle county last week inHarrodshurgMrs Mollie Coyle has returnedhome after spending a week with her brother near Lebanon- Martin Ml1thlev bought a fine horse at Harrodsburg last Wednesday price unknown John Best has moved in withlusfatH er R T Best at Long Runt w M A Is Earths Most eau Object t i The Favorite Tonic for Women Makes it Possible GET A BOTTLE TODAy tPrice 100 SOLlay- HAYDON ROnpTsOI f iU To The People of- Washington County I We are and have besets for the past 30 days receiIn8 the largest stock of FURNItURE ever shown here Being incou1aged by the past burins We have gone the limit and filled every available space with uP4odate Furnitureiand we are prepared by buying in advance to offer our patrons good values for their money We there fore earnestly solicit an inpctionand think you can find what o want at our unusual low Prices LEACHMAN CAMPBELL MMMMr aIt I c Lj Ji 4 II J t 1tW1FiAV FJNLllAItIC I ZCEZTN2RLSYNOPSIS Lawrence Blakeley lawyer goes to theBronwllcas8 latter1touM118a irI whon Gilmore explains is his grand fater A ladY requests Blakeley to buy her lowereevettma Ia a drunken stupor In lower ten awkeMlalowerJiKwen manIaHarringtonTh becOOwII undertheburnJsgIf M brke CHAPTER VlnCqntlnued Is voice and my arm were bring to y 41 JieuUI a- 1HIrii sit p alecond Me you kiirtIs oIy i ixuf Do yOU think Ou can walk 0i hewup oa tootsfter another gigerIy TIte sai to move all right I temarked dubiously Would you mind telIlC11M 1fAere the back ofmy head has goNe I cut help thinking it knt tber- Ska made a quick examination Its- pretty badly bumped she said You nuat have fallea on It I had got up OIl my uninjured elbow Diebckentreated her Its no sight for a lWoma lff there is any way to tie Ip this at I might be able to do soatk1ig There may be people under those cars l- tlnellt itoo late to help she re- plJe solemnly A little shower of feathers each tarryIng its fiery lamp blew fttu from some burning pU low A Wrt ot the wreck co11aped with a crash Ia a resolute endeavor to fJlty a nas part In the tragedy COat oa all round I got to my knees Then i realised what lhdnot no tIcedlbef The band and wrist of th braken left arm wore jammed thrti the handle of the sealskIn grip x gasped and sat doWIL sud 4denLyYou rnt pot do that the girl Istated Inotfced now that she kept tMr Mckte the wreck her eyes avert e4 lie weJlk Qf the traveling bag sust be agony Let me support the JWU lw C get It cut off will it have to be cut off I asked as ci1ily as possible There wets redhot stabs of agony clear to mruec bat we were moving slowly w trackY with dumfoUnd- Ing coQme U I had a knife I coukf do It myself You mjght sit here and leaa against thifence By that time my returning faculties had realized that she was going to cut ot the satchel not the arm The dlz zinegwa leaving and I was gradually becoming myself Uyou pull it might come I sug gestett And with that weight gone t tiik I win cease to be five feet eleyealaches of baby Iheirled gently to loosen the han lastvover me I had to give up lm afraid I cant stand it I said B1tt tMtes i knife somewhere around these cldthes and if Ican find it perhaps ou can cut the leather As 1 gave her the knife she turned It ocer examining it with a peculiar jxpressIon bewnderment rather than surprise But she said nothing She set to work deftly and in a few mln rites the bag dropped free rhat better I declared sitting p Now If you can pin my sleeve to1ncbatJt will support the arm so we can get away from here The pin nhight give she objected aid the jerk would be terrible She Mted around puzzled then she got tip comiag hick in a minute with a draggled partly scorched sheet This- she tote late a large square and after He hadfoed ft she sUpped It under die broken arm and tied It securely at the back of mY neck v The rel1 f was immediate and pick hg up the searskln bag I walk d slowly besitie ler away from tho track The first act was over the curtain- fallen The scene was atruck CHAPTER IX The Halcyon Brcakfatt We ere still dazed I think for we wandered like two trrnbled children our one Idea at first to get as far away as we cOuld from the horror be hind us We were both bare headed grimy pallid through the grit Now and tken we met little groups ot country folk hurrying to the track theY tarei at us urlously and some wished to question us But we hur ned put them we had put the wreck behind us That way lay madness Only oocetlle girl turned and looked behind her The wreck was hid len br tki smoke cloud hung heavy aM je ise For the first time I re naembered that my companion had not beH alone on Ute train i R Ia qtiet here I suggested It- N wtU st doWJI o tho bank I will tI lnquIrciIvetraveling Companion She interrupted me and something gonePleaseam afraid It would be of no use And I dont want to be left alone Heaven knows I did not want her to be alone I was more than content to walk along beside her aimlessly for any length of time Gradually as she lot the exaltation ot the moment 1 was pining lily normal condition of mind I was beginning to realise that I had facked the morning grace of a shave that I looked like some lost hope of yesterday and that my left shoe pinched outrageously A man does not rise triumphant above such handicaps The girl for all her disordered hair and the crumpled linen of her waist in spite ot her missing hat and the small gold bag that hung forlornly from a broken chain looked exceedingly lovely Then I wont leave you alone IIsaId manfully and we stumbled on noIbodyShe was half crouching beside the road her black hair about her shoulders and an ugly bruise over her eyeIShe did not seem to know us and fused to accompany us We left her there at last tiabbling incoherently pebblesThe girl shuddered as We went on Once she tprned and glanced at my bandage Does it hurt very muchl she askedfcletHIY If anything in this worli- corile be worse I hid ever expertI- enced itAnd so we trudged oa bareheaded Then Late under the sumlter sun growing parched and dusty and weary dogged ly leaving behind us the plllar of smoke I thought t knew of a trolley line ii the directIon we were going or perhaps we could find horse Pond trap to take us Into Baltimore The girl smiled wheu I sug gested It- uWe will create a sensation wont we she ukepuIsnt it queeror pernaps its my state of mindbut I keep wishing for a pair of gloves when havent even a hat When we reached the main road we sat down for a moment and her hair which had been coming loose for some time fell over her shoulders In little waves that were roost alluring It seemed a pity to twist it up again but when I suggested thIs cautiously she said it was troublesome and got in her eyes when It was loose So she gathered it up while i held a row of little shell combs and pins and when it was done Iwas vastly becoming too Funny about haIr A man never knows he has it until he begins to lose it but its different with girl Something of the unconventional situ aUon began to dawn on her as she put in the last hair pin and patted some stray locks to place I have not told ynu my llame she said abiuptly forgot that because I know who you are you know nothIugabout me lam Alison West and my home 18 in Richmond So thab was It Thlsw the g1rI nr the pbotocrapb Oft Jobn Oflrmorei bedside table he girl McKnight expected to see in Richmond the next day Sunday She was on her way back to meet him Well what differ ence did it make anyhow We had been thrown together by the merest chance In an hour or two at the most we would be back In civilization and she would recall me it she remembered me at all as anunsliaven creature In a red cravat and tan shoes with a soiled Pullman sheet tied around my neck I drew deep breath Just a twinge I said when she glanced up quickly Its very good ot you to let me know Miss West Ii have been hearing delightful things about you for three months From Richey McKnighU She was frankly curiousIYes From Richey McKnight assented Was it any wonder McI Knight was crazy about her I dug my heels Into the dust I have been visiting near Cresron in the mountains Miss West was saying The person you mentioned Mrs Curtis was my hostese Wewe were on our way to Washington together She spoke slowly as if she wished to give the minimum of explanation Across her face had come again the baffling expression of per plexity and trouble I had seen before You were on your way home i sup pose Rlcheyspoke about seeing you I floundered finding it necessary to say something She looked at me with level direct eyes No she returned quietly did not intend to go home Iwell it doesnt matter I m going home nowA woman in a calico dress with two children each an exact duplicate of the other had come quickly down the road She took in the situation at glance and was explosively hospitable You poor thingii she said If youll take the first road to the left over there and turn In at the second pigsty you will find breakfast on the table and a coffee pot on the stove And theres plenty of soap and water too Dont say one word There isnt- a Soul there to see you We accepted the invitation and she hurried on toward the excitement and the railroad I got up carefully and helped Miss West to her feet At the secord pigsty to the left I repeated we will find the breakfast I promised you seven eternities ago Forward to the pigsty We said very little for the remaind Its Too to Help She Replied Solemnly somewhere a I a I s a a or of that walk I bad almost reached thu limit of endurancQ with every step the broken ends of the bone grated together Wo found the farm house without difficulty and I remem ber wondering If J could bold out to the end of the old stone walk that led between hedges to the door Allah be praised I said with aU the voice I could muster Bebold the coffee pot And then I put down the cup and folded up like a jackknife oa the porch floor When I came arol1I1d something hot was trickling down my neck an a despairing volco was saying Oh I dont seem to be able to pour It into your mouth Please open your eyes But I dont want it In my eyes I replied dreamily I havent any idea what came over me It was the shoes I think the ljtt on Is a redhot torture i WRR sitting by that time and looking n joss into her face Never before or since have I faint ed but I would do it joyfully a dozen times a day it I could waken again to the blissful touch of soft fingers on my face the hot cstasy of coffee spilled by those fingrs down my neck There was a thrill In every tone of her voice that Before long my loyalty to McT4l1ght would step betwe n me and th + gJ he loved life would develop rew complexities In thcse early hours after the wreck full of pt1m us they were therE was nothing of the suspicion and diRtru- ott me later Short ol our giudtcaid SL baubez we were primitive ain alta woman togetherourYiOtC for tAt- kOitr was the deserted farmhouse the slope of wheatfteld that led to the road the ioodland lot the Pasture We breakfasted together across the homely table Our cheerfulness at first sheer reaction became less forced as we ate great slices ot bread from the granny oven back of the house and drank hot fluid that smelled like coffee and tasted like nothing that I have over swallowed We found cream In stOne jars sunk deep in the chill wafer of the sprlnghouse An there were eggs great yellowbrown ones a basket ot them 130 like two chlldreJ awakened from a nightmare we chatted over our food we hunted mutual friends we laughed together at my feeble witticisms but we put the horror behind uS resolute ly After all it was the hat with the green rIbbons that brought bach the strangeness ot the situation All along I had ha the tmpresslo1J that AllaoD West was deliberately put No Did Not Intend to Go Home ting out of her mind somethli f that obtruded now and then It bought with it a return of the puzzled expres sian that I had surprised early in the day before the wreck I caught it once when breakfast over she was tightening the sling that held the broken arm I had prolonged the morning meal as much as I could but when the wQoden clotk with the pink roses on th dial pointed to half after ten and the mother with the duplIcate youngsters had not come back Ms West mad the move I had dreaded If we are to get into Baltimore at- all we thust start she said rising You ought to see a doctor as soon Jpossible Hush I said warningly Dont men on the arm please it is aslqu now You may rouse it If I only had a hat she reflected It wouldnt need to be much ot one butIfShe gave a little rry and darted to the corner Look she said triumphantly the very thing With the green streamers tied up in thelchildthem It was a queer affair ot straw that hat with a round crown and a rim that flopped dismally With a single movement she had turned it up at one side and fittd it to her head Gro- teiqueby Itself when she wore it IS was a thing of joy Evidently the lack of head covering had troubled her for she was elatd at her find She left Ipe scrawling a note of thanks and pinning it with a bill to the tablecloth and ran up stairs to the mirror and the promised soap and water I did not see her whezI she came down I had discovered a bench wttb a tin basin outside the kitchen do3r and was washing In a helpless one sided way I felt rather than saw that she was standing In the doorway and I made a final plunge into the basin How is it possible for a man with only a right hand to wash his lert earI asked from the roller towelJ was distinctly uncomfortable Men ar more rigidly creatures ot conven- tlon than women whether they admit it or not There is so much soap me still that If I laugh I will bllif bubbles Washing with rain water and homemade soap Is like motoring on a slippery road I only struck ths high places Then having achleved a brilliant IUsh with the towel i looked at tigirl Su was leaning againat the frame of the door her face perfectly colol less bet breath coming In slow Cit ficult respirations The erratic hat was pinned to place but It bad rid rakishly to one sideThen 1 real Ized that she waY staring not at mt but past me o the road along which we had come I turned and folluwed her gaze There was no one In sight the lane stretched dust whIt in the sunno moving figure on it no sigs- oflife TO Bill CONTINUED Cold and Aide Lord Curzon during the vlst that ended In his marriage to Miss Letter proved ve Interesting in his colCt proud waH The speiker a Chicagoan smlicb and resuaad- Cold axd proud as young Geofgt- Curzon wa he regarded the house at lords as r ldqr and prouder He told me once that when he asked hrs ther if his first speech In the tiousi of lords had been difficult the old gentleman replied Difficult It was like addressing sbee24 tombstonea by torchllght A Mothers Anciy- WillieMa cant gQ out onUM street tor a little while TmnmJ Jones says therosa comet te bit seen MotherWell yes but dont yij- go tlonearDQatOI Trstivript i MAflKTHE BOUNDABY Each Nation Has Way of Deline ating Its Frontier Pillar and Statues MOlt Commonly Used Where Natural Rnundarlea 1o Not ExistMoat am pus of AIIMarfc- sondonHappy isthe cpuntrr which possesses natural boundaries England is better off in this repect than almost any other nation for the wholj ot her 2755 miles of frontier Is guarded y the sea Next comes Italy with 2472 miles of coastline and the Alps like a wall across her north em boundary Contrast these cases with those of Germany and Austria The latter country has a frontier line of about 3800 mIles of which 2996 Is land every nille of which must be gunrdea against the encroachments of hoi neighbors Germany is almost equally badly ort for her seacoast line Is only 744 miles while 2255 miles of land frontier border upon Russia Austria Switzerland France Holland and Belgium and far the larger portion or this great distance Is not protected by mountains rIvers or any other nat ural boundary The Gernans guard their frontiers with unceasing vigilance especially that which faces France along the southern border of ElsassLot1r1ngen nd FIance is by no means Post of Iron and Wood her precautions The steep Vosges mountains guard a portion of this frontier but the rest Is flat country and the boundary lIne runs through forests and fields Where theline runs through woods a broad belt has been cleared and Is kept free ot all undergrowth Along the center at distances of about a quarter ot a mile are erected stone posts very like ordinary milestones Whenever a road runs along the fron tier It Is marked by tall wooden posts painted on one side with the Frencb and upon the other with the German colors Customs houses stand not only on the railways but upon all main lines of trafuc and are well guarded by police and troops Rows are ot constant occurrence The RussQGerman frontier Is marked In similar fashion and here troubles are of frequent occurrence for the hungry Ilpald cossacks are constantly raiding over the border in search of poultry and pigs While the boundary betwen the United States and Canada follows for many hundreds of miles the River St Lawrence and the Great Lakes there Is n vast distance of prairie land b yond with no natural demarcaUo This Is artifIcially delimited by pillars of Iron and wood placed a mlle apart These are supplied alternately by the Canadian and United States govern month and run from Lake of the Woods to the Red River Valley Be yond mounds of earth and calrnQ ot stone are used as marks The pillars are hollow castings eight feet high eight Inches square at the base four at the top Inside are well seasoned cedar posts Each pillar Is Inscribed In raised letters on the north ConvEntiQn of London on the south Oct 20th 1818 The stone calms are seven feet high eight feet at th base and tshaped like a pyramid Earth Is used where stone Is not availztile The most famous of all boundary marks In song aDd stOry Is the Pillar Stone Cairn Seven Feet High of Faltl1ell which marks the line between Russia and Siberia It ands andTiu1Droad along which tens ot thoUsands of exiles have passed tis an abe Usk of brick about sixteen feet In height On the west side it bears in Russian characters the wotdEurope on the other Asia y I1AV I Mr HeavyweightWell WIllIe why do you look so studious WllIleI was wonderIn it you ever married sis if I could be role totwear yer castoff clothes A Logical Landlord Many a tenant will sympathize with the man in this story from the Phila- deiphia Record He was renting if small house which the lanilord had refused to repair One day the owner came to see hImSJones he said I shall have traise your rent What for asked Jones anxiously Have taxes gone up No the ndlord answered but I see youve painted the house and pat in anew range and bathtub That of f course makes it Worth re rent 100 eward 100 The readerI orw paper 11 be pe4 te I lllat there Imat 1M ee dresGed Me tb clss sMOstardicatabelntlonal trsstient JIaWs catXTh Curs t= ctkg dlrectI7 upen the bose ss esso the system thereby dssr s p5ttrengtbII1cnaMe olng work The pror1eis irs 5sOnesire nd for lt of tsthsonIik- Addrvi 7or7 J CUENEY CO Tot 0 75eTake emaues- A Perennial Mystery Average ManThese txnday papen just make me sick Nothing Ja the but commonplace peronaI Ifabout a lot of nobodies no one ever heard ot FrlendI saw a little rnceition ot you in Ute Sunday Gammon Average SIan halt an hour later to tmessenger oyHere rush around to the Gammon office and get me forty cotes of the Sunday edition Cfr ftnlnol Quickly Cures Ills and Mci dents the SkIn Is Svbject To Also HIWOUJllll I find occasion alwost daily to recommend ResInol to 80m of r f friends and hear of most gratifying reJ suIts We use the ointment altogether In my family and are never without- a jar of It for It promptly cares tA Ills and accidents the skin is sib5eot to D M Castle Philadelphia Pa he Probably Could Senator La Pollette apropos of car thin scandals said at a dinner in Madison These things recall Ut1egfll tor who remarked to his wife witha look of disgust One ot those land lobbyists approached me today with another insulting propositioniIThe wile a young and pretty wo an clapped her hands OhgoOdt she cried Then I can vethat sable stole after all cant I dearJ t TRY MURINE for Red Weak Weary Watery Eyes andGranulatedEyellds MurlnDoesnt- SmartSoothes Eye ain AggtatSell Munne Ey Itemedy 50c 100 1neEySa1Ve In Aseptic Tubes 25c 100 EYe Boob and Eye Advice Fre by Mall Murins Eye Remedy Co Chicago So They SaySStrangerI say my lad wbat la considered at good score on theee links CadqleWell sir most of the gen hero tries to do it in as few strokel as tley can but it generally takes a few moreScottlsh American Methe Liver Do Its Duty i- Ni tis a Iss whes I meackasdbowe1sareii1t hCARTERS LITTLE UVER PILLS TN i yh1lt cea IhA- CARTER1G idYty t Cures c- tipatioa 1Hic tie SiCk iadacAe aaJ iatrafter Eatia sal Pie i Ds 3a1 PriM Geulp Signatur The pu ex lleIIceof 11raz KNOWN ThE WORLD OVKR- la the reteern =ffU1titt DIABETES syatomstgisiZxceIteliLSL5AU CO3 Pm St Write for bool New Tib MES I I r t r v fbj 1 f b + 1+ ++++ ++tk+ j+ i His First Casef By DONALD ALLEN t Comrht ffuo by Associated Uteiar7 Press Mr PatiI Franklin hu passed his zall41naUoa and become a member of the bar Not that he Intended to hang out a shingle and become a practicing lawyer but more to oblIge the gOod old aunt who had brought him up and seffit him through college and had oft M said i You will have the estate to man age during my life and when I am gene you wlll have to manage It for yourself One should be a lawyer to io these things Within a week after Paul had been granted a legal right to add UAttol ney at Law after his name the old lawyer of the estate in turning the papers over to the young man said There Is one matter I wish to call- xour particular attention to The gestate owns Lake Placid I stocked it With choice fish several years ago and put ups many signs of uNo Trespass those signs have been gen sally respected but last summer one particular person having a camp a short distance away persisted In fish hiCi spite of all protests I have just received word that the same person is back there for the summer and illIhln again Opr man there thinks an example ought to be made It uYs that when he made protest tkiil person told him to go to grass tA very nervy person remarked the young laWyer Truly so I think you should jrrlte tothe agent there to take out bringpituptheree If I Had Known rr justicela deterdoll t want to get the reputation of being arbitrary and mean said PauL tBut people must respect the law iuthe aunt as shq came Into the discussion If the laws cant be enforced what will become of us t People have no more right to catch my fish than to catch my chickens r Itis my desire Paul that you take up this case Those people who com e Oat from the city to camp for the ThedontY coodiLake Placid was three miles iron the manor house on another piece ot land It was a favorite place for sum tl9ger camping Pond there Were no restrictions except as to the fishing Tt had been stocked with carp as fad of the aunt Word was dllf patched to the man who acted as watchdog and In two or three day sumoosm and defiant party and he named the obeforea e village mentalIa political pull who was setting cou n j lanolinlikesigns and protests anal he at once looked up the law trespass and WheneOf course the defendant would call for one He went out to the or hard and repeated his plea over and over again It was strong It was logic al SIt was convincing It wound up by isaying that if beetle browed and black old1adysquences they could also break the way Into her house midnight and cut her throat and still go tree The Jury must not look at thevalue principlethe jtitsus e betntrimmedand she fervently exclaimed PU1 that will be one of the gre junuatleavibg the boX You must save copyfor your hUdrendo read YtlCr village at the hour named In the papers All the campers had turned out for the trial as well as all the Idlers of the village His honor was on his dignity The d fendant had retained a lawyer There was to be amlghty legal battle We ought to apply for three or four warrants said the watchdog as Paul arrived The same person Vas out fishing again this morning and when I yelled at her she run her tongueout at me Pain did not catch the herand shel It was the black bearded mi fian he was thinking ot Under sum mons and yet fishing for more carpS There must be no letup until the doors of the county jail closed behind him It was for P ul to state his case to court and spectators H had a feeling of trepidation as he arose but it passed as soon as he hear hIs own yolce He didnt see the bls t beard ed ruffian among the crowd but of course he was there There were men the lawyer told the court who respected the law and there were others who deemed them selves superior to it This was a case where a man coming from a city notorious for its graft and pulls was deliberately and defiantly trampling the law under foot He would bring forward witnesses to prove that the man had not only seen the signs of No trespass but had deliberately and defiantly Here there was some Uttering and giggling in the room and his honor rapped for order Yes this manthis ruffian who had been accustomed to trample on the lawto More giggling and applause You should keep to the case kind ly advised the court Thanks There were the signs of- no trespass arid yet thIs man What man asked the opposing counsel while many spectators laughed The guilty party air replied Paul with an proper austerity But let me explain at there is no man under summons said honor Can you be thinking of hisI other case 1 There was more laughter and poor Paul realized that something had hap paned to the machinery to stop the- boat tIts a woman whispered a man behind him Its a girl whispered another Its that staving looking girl inl front of you whispered a third Your honor I was led to believe that a ruffian had been trampling on the law said Paul as he looked around in a helpless way No Thee summons was for Miss Katherine Lacy and shesh re In court I havent heard anything of a ruffian Butbut persisted Paul as he saw the defendant at last and not ed the fact that she was one of the best looking girls he had even seen My client pleads not guilty said the opposing counsel She will ad mit being on the lake in D boat at va rious times and of fishing for fish bu she denies catching any She als denies that she Is a ruffian It m learned brother on the other aid wishes to go ahead with the caseBut how can U asked Paul Ina prosecutetrampling the law under foot but her I find A young lady who hasnt bee trampling finished his honor think It would be well far the com plainant and defendant to walk ove to that window together and see i asome amicable understanding canno- be arrived at- Miss Lacy rose up with mischief In her eyes and walked and the blush Ing young attorney could do no leas than follow her There wasnt much conversation after reaching the win down He said My dear Miss Lacy 1 beg your par don overtDontIf I had known But you dldnt But you may catch every fish in the lake I Thanksi All that was left was to withdraw the case and take the raillery In good ofnthe law round his way over to the hospftab1yseason was overwell he ruffian and the lawyer were engaged to bet married The Place for Tf1em brilliiantitsounding and men and women were gayly tripping In the dance I set nothing butt false faces about gaietyheWell what other kind do you want at a masquerade asked his friend Against the Rules He lived next door to a man for 30 neighryaooaderthe LBORiNVOLVED MAKES DRAFT HORSES PROFITABLE NoCXsa ol aIsWithof Colt t Prize Winning English Draft Mare The colt should have Ii roomy b tall If you have two colts keep areatlikes comp ny better than a colt says a writer i American Cultivator As they get lder see that they have plenty of nod clover hay and bright ats to eat It is well to have a little pasture near the barn and let them into this when the mares are at work Have this fenced with good woven wIre high enough so they cannot get thQlr1r ads over It The pas true should arranged so they can run into the barn to get away from the flies Leave the cover to the oak box open so they nhelp themselves wheretheycan mix skim milk with the water later give them clear skim milk but let them have what water they want alt an times Some colts will take skim milk at once butt be careful and notgive them too much to commence With say tVo quarts at first and as they get ac ustomed to it you can give dayThisthey will goon to pasture in the spring in fine shape If they are eat Ing oats and drinking milk at weanling tithe there will be no setback which always occurs if they are not When they are about a year old and on the pasture we gradually wean them from the oats and milk and APPLE CULLS CAUSE LOSS I t Wilt Prove Profitable to Squeeze Juice Out of Discards and Seli in NaturalJState cBy JOHN 3 TENNES The amount of money lost by arm ers every year through lack of i3terest or knowledge of the means to lisposo of unmarketable apples hat never been estimated That is one of the big wastes on every linn where thetmain feature of the farm theeas a must suffer more or less in his culls As 95 per cett of ripe apples Is which sells fo good prices eithertin paysesqueeze pr duct itnciderIpresses but an hydraulic machine ex offlreryt The Oxford sheep originated In Eng land the early part ot the nine teenth century tram a cross of Cots- wold and Hampshire Dow s They have been known since 18 7 as Ox- fordshire or Oxford Down and are flow widely distrIbuted oVet the UnIt ed States and Can dl1 Th y are the largest and heaviest of t eDown breeds When In good flea the rams should weIgh 250 to 275 uuds and the ewes from 200 to 225 po nds The WOOIiS rather coarser than any otthe medium wool breed otherJ j they getJ nothing but pasture until fall they are again ted grim and hay We always stable all of OUl colts nt night but they have a roomy yard or field to run In in the day time sc that they get plenty of eXercise Wo always break our colts to hat nes before they are three years old Get them used to the harness before onlyhalfwith and see that their collars and harness fit them well When the weather gets warm clip your colts By so doing YOU may avoid sore shoulders Ifsa colt gets a sore shoulder let nim a few day s and heal ftup If you continue to work him and the sorE keeps getting worse you may have ashoulder that wm always bother you when he is put to hard work We aim to sell all ot our geldings before they are seven years old When you intend tQ sell your horses see that they are in proper shape They should be fat as that Is what the market manda e Feed thenron good wholesome food corn can be fed to quite an ex tent at this time wIth bran and little oil meal By breeding the right horses those with weight and quality I know ot no class of stock that will bring better returns for our hlghprtced feeds considering the amount ot labor in volved than good draft horses little substance to be thrown away The first advantage gained by working up unmarketable fruit Into cider Is that it is converted Into a condensed end portable form convenient for objecttion ot the crop Into a marketable commodity which would otherwise b wasted and lost The cast the time and labor ot working up several hundred bushels of apples into elder i only nominal as compared with th value of the cider Itself if handled Apples that have bee ise In handling are Imperfectly developed too small and gnarled ape ph s which would not be worth th cost packing can be utilized In thi manner and the orchardlstIi revenue largely enhanced The ma tmum o successful financial enterpriser ve as applicable to the business or f practical orchardist as to any other The little things must not be overlooked all the byproducts must be utilized for from them Is derived much of the prgft BUrn Cabbage Stumps Do not leave the old cabbage sturlp sUcking up out or the ground The y look slovenly and breed fungous pee Lt Pull them up and burn them OXFORD SHEEP VERY PROLIFIC in of fleece Is heavier weighing from 10 to IsIof the nose They are best for lands furnishing goQd pasture and do not succeed as well folder range conditions or on rugged broken pas tures The ewes are very prolific fxiplets being not uncommon The lambs grow v trapidly and are of good form The shortcoming or the bread Is that it Is not is hardy- as some others EMPTY ADVICE 4 + Gaoaat0 LalcaL- MikeShure Oi feel very queer DanOi have slch a feel av fullness after me meals Do yes know a rim idy fur tho- tDanOi do IPebhoy Whin yes sit optMike av emptiness The Spots Disappeared Mrs Dolan lived ina district which was not as favorable for the outdoor household experiments recommended by the Ladies Helper as It might have been This fact Mrs Dolan was rapid ly assimilating and In a manner not so uncommon as It might be she blamed the estimable periodical for her difficulties I wish I had a holt o that woman that runs the Handy Hints depart ment she remarked to her husband one morning after an early excursion into the back yard whence she re turned in high dudgeon I tought you tought she waS it grand wan said Mr Dolan cautious ly testing his cup of ten Well Ive changed me mind as Ive the rights to doi replied his wife She said to put sody on thin stains In the tablecloth and Pave It out overnight on the line an theyd be gone entirely whln morning come Sure Us the tablecloth thats gonethe de saying woman that she is YouthsCompanion The Difference I dont see any difference between you and a trained nurse except the uniform said her sick husband And the salary she added thoughUullyHarpers Bazar Her Tributes RandallHow did you like the mill tart parade Ida Miss RogersGlorlous I never saw enough men in all my life before Harpers Bazar MothersExamine of CASTORLI a safe and sure remedy for infants and children and see Uuit it Bears the- Signature Of In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought Easy for Her An extremely corpulent old ladywas ttuncbeeon when she found occasion to repri mend thelittle girl for dropping some tableclothsdroppingeanything on the table she said childngave you front to stop It SPOHNSsname greatest of all Heavesf totheSponnMedicalGoshen lad At the First Try What do you think of my doughnuts George Dear you are a wonder Do you think so really darling7 I certainly do Scientists have been trying for years to produce artificial rubber and here you do it the first rattle out of the box Pettlts Eye Salve Restores malbedisenand Dros Buffalo N Y An Exacting Personage- I suppose yoU find Ute easier since tha summer boardera have oiler Nope replied Farmer CorntosseL were workin an worry ln just gs much as ever trylnto keep the hired man contented syrupebteblldrensamtauttoasila7tuncnroswlndcuuc W Dont you notice how the man who always wants to bet and who says he has a roll In his hand invariably rolls away i The want or rear leads to the fear ot want Be fearful to be fearless Cox ANoTiiiiWOIIIAN CURED syLyai8eenkham Vegetable Compoun1l yeqago contusons free cOuJdno tohousework was cal- BetroflexIonWhe T would sit dOwn as fI no- e LP I too etVegetable andd1ci as you Jae anti now I amp ha big boytt Mrs ANNA ANDQS i3ox1 Blse Duck Mina Consider AdYibe 5flcat1t from roots and herb tifair This famous medicine for Wo bemostregdingthe United State bear willI teeti mO to the wonderful virtvM L E 1i anti Vegetable Com It cures femal creates ant buo ant female If yo are ill for yoUtOWD aakJNlIthose you trial Mrs Pinkba LJinvite8 all sick W iand Ia Instaint Relief and splamedJnJam and Was in terrible T could not use my bold OIa without suferia CUnti1 neighbor me to JUe Sloans Liniment The application gave m instant yarmB SPUNGn 9zX Fkra St Elizabeth N JIi SLOANS LINIMENT l excellent antiseptsc and killer peals cuts but wounds and find will the poison from sting of poi insects 260 goo and 100- S1oass book e hones cattle sheep andpoaltry Hat eU Dr Earl S 61 DYML GML t40 sickness felt t told ectly cured and baby This tria1 health love a o r M t rfell intent a told first isan germ draw sonous oould i I WILL MAKE YOU PR08PEROU- Ifow 5eI sd a Vthw stedr wMe whw psgMri tyour iMatwb 1tIRpNwl lr ril- u 7cu ea a TNw aVIwrMs tMA114NA1100EATIf lIIIn IIL- RJUUU Jlfr posltioasare Met hset x1 1reebooltlett4tISIlwWl1Wtoc1arNOW W N V CINCINNATI NOM1114 w L1 DOUQLA 1 yYOMEMDoYsSHocs200260 W L D as 300 S5Oa tf4OOais iaafplgarany kieyDo owr kad400hoestheresbaptiloekanditbettertadwearloa basaaadoYouwill pleasedwhen yea bnyat7aheesheeaascofthe et and appearasee and when ileeme bate for you to ehaaelUlotker pair yeawill eereretkasodbeeauthe last ones wore sr well andgave vou kreri eeatYefotrerTAKEN43UuW IN 4IIJQI 6 13aar awc Hiss 0 t I c THE SFRINGFIETD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1910 MANTERS LOOSE LEAF WAREAOUSEsSPRINGFIELD KYc TANDY QUISENBERRY t CO Proprietors DAILY AUCTION SALES WELL LIGHTED SALES FLOOR1 solicit a part 6r all of your patronage and will guarantee that your interests will be carefully looked after Warehouse Near the Dept TANDY QUISENBERRY Manager UoutchenBrosSalel ftLAND and Small mount of Personal Property ON oIp TuesdayNovti 9tO19o dock a mat the residence of SrtHoutchens near ChaplinKy YfB virtue of a Judgment of the Nelson Circuit Court the Master Commissioner of Nelson county landfoFwill besold in nine 9 tracts as follows TrsctNo IRobbs Tract Contains- 89tacrFa mute or less No2Greene Tract contains 205- 1crs mwe or less exclusive of one f are poll form n d grave yard f Tritlfo4 Glund Tract 101 acres more or less Tract L 5 Shields Tracts 112k acres more or less Tract No 6Mtry HoutchensTrac t 368 acres more or less Tits tract will be offered in fpur tracts and offered as a whole and the way It brings the most money it will sell of Sala land be sold wIth a c editof6J2 and months equal portions the purchase interestfromannexed of T Houtchens and P C Eversole and PS Neale committeeof S A Houtchens surviving partner of Houtchens IJros There win be offered at the same time place two hoses one wheat drill one mower and perhaps same other personal property J We win allow P S Neale to offer his Shetland oases on this date at the conclusion EV RSOLE NEAlE Committees 5000 in Gold CASH PRIZES 5000 iniGold BURLEY TOBAdco FAIR tiJveiJ by The WASHINGTON COUNTY TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO At Springfield Saturday Novt 1910 PREMIUMSt FIRST SECOND THIR- DBest Fright Leaf 1000 500 250 250BestBestitsh 250 250 j 2750 1750 500 SIx 6 medium hands tied together compose a sample Send in your JJesandcome and gelb talk tobacco It you intend to exhibit wrIte us at fee Fvervbody invited to attend no charge whatever Our warehouse located onhe railroad is owned by the tarmer and run for the farmer Less expensive to sell with us and better than hogshead markets and selling at home BI ing tobacco to the old House and get highes- vices PLENTY OF STABLE AND SHED ROOM FREE BOLT T BOHANNAN t4 GENERAL MANAGER AND AUCTIONEER Public Sale1 Yff N THURSDAY NOV 10 1910 t l willlsell the highest bidder a splendid tOJoRoom tame House and 3 Acre of land sttui cdOust at the limits on the Springfield THREE fLOTSfrontin TOO ft on Estes Avenue and having a depth tz fk one lot on Springfield pike 90Y27o ft a 4 acre tract tobacco barn and convenient near the town limits on the Spring Pike three 3 five acre tracts on the St Rose pike near the iel limits on one of which is a new tobacco barn also two goo rig horses 3 mules 14 head ofextra fine young Jersey Cogs Ind Heifers some fine Uuroc Jersey Hogs chickens a lot a Faming Cpl meats vatious klpds including a new Old Hickory ago n nda practically new Century manure spreader all myHous Iiland Kitchen Furniture also about 1500 bushels corn tn tMiss this sale Remember the date Nov 10191 WiF PATE Lebanon Ky oooooooooooo p Preserve Your Teeth hy the use ot a good tooth powder 0 Paste or liquid Dont bother with a any of the trash handed out by the eo caned bargain stores Come to this drug store and get the denti that you can rely on The same thing with Qther toilet aids- Better 0 pay us a little more the Q real than to pay anything forIworthless imitatIons aHaydonTHE PRESCRIPTION STO- REOiOo0oo o o o0ooe Tract No 7 Tyler Tract 1 acre Tract No 8Susan Marshall Tract being a lot the town Chaplin Ky aboutJ2acresand Chaplin and Ashes Creek turnpikes win iS for of E and some of of our Sale good to town uic each with of 20th of frjce alt for thing in Public SaIe1 Thursday Nov 10 191Q- At t IlJO p m Sharp I wilt offer for sale on the above date SpringfieldL F Clements Farm of 24d Acres 75 acres of bottom land plenty of to bacce land never failing water good house 2 barns and good tenanthouse tractsIf inIColts l 3 yearold blot Mulet 5 year yearlingpound shoats 22 good Ewes 50 bushel- Oats 600 bushels Corn 2 breakin Plows 1 Mowing Machine Terms made known on day of sale Geo LearS M Campbell Auctioneer rISUIISCftIIlEIISFIIETI 4f fsKVlasels 100 each Mrs C L Mudd Rt 2 has for sal e thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys Alvah Perkins Rt 3 has for sale 20 oushels of seed rye for 90c per bushel Sfts R H LnnLfiurd rt 4 has for sale S C Beihorn roosters at 7bc each Also a few of Mrs C L Brady s stuck at 50c salde 1 each until an 1 Mrs Irvin Lynch Lebanon Rt 3 LeghonCocherels saleBarred0The each Sun fall CourIerJournal L6I STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO18s LUOAS l Prank J Cherie mxhes oath that is e tenior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co ping business in the City of Toledo urity and State afdr sand and that S id firm will pay th P sum of ONE iUND ED DOLLARS for sac and every case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the se of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK l CHENEY Sworn to befo e rnl and subscribe d in my presence t is 6th day of Decem bet A D 1386 GLEASONSEAL Halis Catarrh Cure is taken ntprn 11 and acts dirrctly on tht bIJodaJd mucous surfaces of the system Send Co Toledo freeIF 76 Pillo for constipa tips I L Fill ELIMiNATES GRADE Macadam Road From Cortlana ti Ithaca Nears Completion The above cut give one an idea of the vtst amount of work that bas been accompllslied nt the Gulf hill changing u steep crooked road to u straight nacadnmized highway with a grade of about 7 per coat This is utt the rond known as No t1S3 DrydenCortland Extending from the Dryden village line in Tutupklu- county N Y to the Cortland cuuut sue u distance of 3i0 miles Th contract was let to j McColmlcl o East Prorldeuce R 1 The engineer lug was lu charge or A L ortbrop ot Dryden the dlvh lon engineers aS sistitnt for Tompkins enmity The gineers on the work were L E Suyde of Syracuse and Harold Fox of Cans johrirle The change ot grade has been exec t d by cutting away the tops or the hills on either side and tilling In th ralie between The till at the culrert Is twentyt1e feet hlh eighteen teet culyertI THE GULP HILL FILL at the lines of file flU is a hund feet long with a throat flue feet Hera both wnys In making the fill wblch Is about 000 feet In length 11000 yards of earth etleThis b said by state rood men to be the liirgest job ur filling that has ec- attempted er been on state road In No v York sias the Dryden N 11 HerI old Whetf Uwruul UCttlost surveys louteIilater surreyy the fhiglWJ roinniissh- irectedd that tbisplan be used Those who have uwd the road the past kill appreciate the hungeI of grade U8 this was the only bud h ill between Dryden null Curtlatnd undI the nutol11ohllst will make It on thc 3BdenIthaca road are done there will he Ia macadam road all the way from Cortlaicl to IUmca nu Important link In the system connecting central Ne tiergcurves are belt g banked which Is n new mac dam construction The sChelDllt 1ot tie curse is mused a the inner edge like a race tru IThe kINeed jot Road Specialists fittroads In this first extreu Ie localization ot rood ndlDI1l1trnUoD secondly the payment ot road taxes labor ant thirdly luck ot skilled su perctsiour1i are days ot specialblts Ye do not have out houses hunt by tbei doctor or eaU n carpenter to trout for IIllelllDonln We think achoulteac ers shonid hc retlulrd to take exnlU Inn tIons nllll we approve or mill tar and naval schools to teach mflitu- discfpllne We believe In the civil Ice and competency for civil ees We require skill anti In almost every line or human t1ennr Sti by not then insist that u road taxes he expended under com potent supervisionMaurice O EI dridge iGoodGood roads bear about the same ra r lotion to tilt commcrclitl welfaribc t country that n good circulation S to the physical welfare uf till Hit t lilunl As long ns there are bnd road hilly muddy tlud 1mpnKQnble the re will he it ertnln and Inevitable de presslon from n normal null health commercial tone The circulation otI prtvigor und potential power ot the con n munlty will not be realized The tnlthI ot these tllltN has become more ui throughofdollars ore beln spent In the moye meat for good ru ds Selected divorceONo man hasa rig t to throw anythi- at fig his wlfel k is a dhot air I THORN VALLEY Mrs Julia Ewing of Somerset is vis GreKPrvHarvey Leachman and wife of Spring fiatd Roy Settles and wIfe of Willis PleasantGroveMr and Mrs J S LeachmanIMrs Nell per spent Saturday with Mrs D Lltsey at Springfield Mrs ory and daughter relativesY returnfParis and Winchester Mrs A L Litsey is visiting her bro TexasS of Shelbyville spent EdrMrs Thompson and Emma WIl son were guests at Mrs Julia Leach man Wednesday afternoon Mrs Hugh Leachman and Emma Ba Rttfire at Campbellsville CampbeUsvllle Ky Oct large feed stable and storage 25TheI Shipp Bros at this place oclock Tuesday morning together some fine vehicles thirty tons of withIi hay and twelve head of mules al1 sea Shipp and a woman residin the stable attempted to rescue the i stock The woman got one mule to safety but Shipps fine horse fought him kicking him unconscios Before aid arrjved the stock perish- edCosmopolitan Magazine This standard magazine the most popular and best Qf all magazines in the United States can be obtained in Washington county by addressing ALL1NssLocal Representative Sun officE Springfield SubscriptioR RatelOO per year Agents wanted for Texas Mackville Willi burg and Valley Hill Very liberal inducements offered ChildethehandgreatIcomes WhoopinginKings New Discovery could have saved uA few doses cured our babY ofa very GeorgeIways give It to him whed he takes cold a wonderful medicine for babies est forCoughs Colds LaGrippe Asth 50CIby Hayden Robertson Regular services in the Methodist church Sunda morning at 1100 oclock evening at 700 oclock Suridav school at 1001 oclock T J Wade pastor Lame back comes on suddenly and is Extremelv painful It IS caused by rhematism the muscles Quick re- ief is afforded by applying Chamberlains Liniment Sold by aU Druggists PRINTInSALE BILLS RIGHTu L CMLIZED Jl Jc 1IeEn raved IllIe andPerJfPDil jJlJloIftlJJPaec truerlre uirtsSlfliviiZillitJl IJ a Dar t IIVrI K OaeasCo CardsutofWedding RYitatloRs IKoeaaratil Paper etc TheSpringfield Sun cnuitcstrinNSton VltU nx Free Sample nIThe sudden change from yearS of activity of both body and mind to tJMhumanchanges chief of which is in themgestive organs tHbowels sufrheadachebelchingeating and similar le first boweland 9sa so worsenaturallyIs not wortslustlmtatlogtvarious kInds and have became convltteed eftthen r mUd gentle pleasanttasting laxative therequirementschildren and yet Is effective enough for 4Ifury will sell you a bottle for fluty eentJi tiIwen and fie 1Jdly lead soli s itmpiobottle tree of charge anotheraatfam11fes M more Ill and Mrs CatTle CsUera et edIndItagrandfamily Ntotthetree of charge Explain your eaaehi a tletaJLForname and address on 8 postal card ft- otherwJle Forelth request tk4IMtera QaJewenThe old old story told times without number and repeated over and over again for the last 36 years but jt IS always a welcome story to those in search of health Thre is nothing in the world that cures coughs and colds sCoughRemedy i