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Irtf t mbc jrnfith y UJ 1 J 1 t DEVOTED to rHE INJr d t JJ r rKUME rh z iliIFIEh KY WEDNESDAY OYEIIIEIII 1l10 i l llf t JOHNSON WINS r EVERY COUNTY Washington County Gives Him a Majority f- About 500 Majoritt in The District Registers Over 6000 t X r1 The old Democratic Roosters today crowing in exultation at the top of his voice while from the tog cabin only weeping and wailing can be heard The i whole country ha3gonc democratic In1 Kentucky the Democrats gain a Con ressman Fields having defeated Ben- ett in the Ninth while four DemoI cratic candidates for the Appellate- 1Court were elected In this district Ben Johnsons victory Was overwhelming he winning bya majority of over 6000 Mr Johnson carriedd every county in the district by ajorities of from 40 to 1600 something unprecedented Old Washington was shoulder to shoulder with her neighbors giving Congressman Johnson aymajority of502 The next House wm be Democratic dby about thirty while it is possible that tbe Democrats will also control the Senate Depew will be defeated in- New York Dick in Ohio and probably BeverIdge in Indiana Tennessee has done Republican bout 15000 in the Gubernatorial race with the Legislature probably Democratic J The vote by precincts in this County was as follows Johnson fudd- ieFredericktown 131 21- Mooresville 107 89 Wilhsburg 54 103 1JortbJ 30 33 Hendron 42 66 1 ckville 126 97 Pottsville loo 43 Springfield No 8 150 61 It No 9 143 28 u No10 140 51 Kelly Shop L ul4 38 Brush Grove u 15 60 Total 1142 64- 0Johnsons Ma uric 502 NOTERNI6HT 4r RlDERW ARNIN6 Son of Judge Rucker of Eddy voles who Returned for Ills Belongings Ordered Out Paducah Ky Oct 28Night riders refuse to permit the son of former Po lice Judge Rucker fEddyville to re- turni for property the Judge left there when he fled after receivirga whipping and a warning from the riders two years ago At that time Judge Rucker then pre siding over the pob ebencband sit otherswere taken down to the bank of the cumberland river and beaten At tempts ware made on hIs life and he fled to Metropolis and brought SUIts for damages in the Federal Conrt here He sent his son Hewlett Rucker to EddyvUle for hIS good but he was insulted and his brotherinlaw Joseph J E Robertson with whom he was staying received the following typewritten i Metter Friend Joe We understand that J Hewlett Rucker is staying at your house Now Joe wti are your friends and we do not want to cause you any trouble so we are using this method to notify you to please notify Mt Rucker tQ at once leave the city or there is liable to be a greiit deal of unnecessary trouble Now Joe you tell him what we saylor we WillS about you At hand we stand united band SIC fld NED tR S Ie 0 sr r SILLIN6 P1OL TOBACCO b Brings from Seven to Eighteen Cents Per Pound in Open Market at Lexington Lexington KY Nov 2The tobacco on Wednesdays loose leaf market wS theIany seasou and prices ranged from one cent a pound for a pound of scrap to L25 for some of the best that was oifeled which was not extra onIsales being held only at the Farmers and Growers houses and most of the prices were be tween 6 and 10 cents The buying IS still being well split up among ttte in dependents and the American Tobacco Co aboutipounds sold thee prices ranging from 7 to 18 cents The Central ware house had about 100000 pounds of It and the other two sales were small ones of about 15000 pounds at t1e Fayette and Lexington houses at rio e of which was there any loose tobacco old Shelburnes warehouse ha no sales of either loose or pool hogsheads the Farmers house sold about 4500 pounds of new tobacco at prices ranging from 4 ents to 16 cents but offered no pool tobacco and the Growers house sold atpricesexcept for about half a dozen baskets of very badly house burnt tobaccO that sold for from 2c to 310 and one basket of scraps that went for 1 cent a pound twerepool tobacco was sold there Daviess county Burley growers today alsO closed a deal with the American Tobacco Company for thesale of 2000 000 pounds of Burley at 14 for leaf and 7 for trash Lexington Ky Noy 4E T Rob erts supervisor of sales for the Lex ington tobacco warehouse makes the following report of todays sales phe sale of PDol tobacco of the 1909 crops in hogsheads today wer ecided daythehogsheads The heaviest offerings 167 hogsheads were at the Central ware house where exclusively steam dried tobaccoswere offered at prices ranging from 61 to 191 cents All the other houses had offerings from fifteen to fifty hogsheads each mostly of Scott county tobaccos off ill flavor and some very badly futiked Th market ran along in about the sage ange of prices as on yesterday and e rejections somewhat heavier smallllsome fair to good tobaccos were andI One house sold one Cron at an average pf 1402 There seemed geneyaUy a petter market and at fuller prices on he new than previously some ware housemen expressing the opinion that thE prices seemed more like last year than at any time this season There will be no more sales of the 1909 crop o pool tobacco until next Tuesday Carlisle Nov 4The 1909 pool ed tobaeeotstored i this cIty IS beingI rapidly shipped to the Cincinnati markets Shipments are eightfotennow on hand wil he shipped as rapidly as cars are obtained in whIch tp roadit Dijonysluggish Pi1sAexpeJJloisonscourage cure 1d Kidney troubles impart health and ailmg25c 4 PLENTIFUL QUAIL CROP- Coveys Large and Birds Matured Pine Sea3on Expected Good Sport Ahead IThe quail se son opens NOvember 15 Jan 1 1911 The sportsmen are already in a nervous and anxious state says a cotemporary and arema king preparations with great expectancy for the opening day The quail crop is more plentiful than was at first anticipated It was thought that the andtdrowned the young birds However if such were the case the second crop must have been most prolific as thee partridges are plentiful and the coveys large and numero- usCIRCUIT COURT- The fainOU1ta j PROCEEDINGS e of Prather vs1 Decided lDfa vor of Defendant The case of rather vs Keeling that has been on trial m the Washington Circuit Court for the thIrd time at this term was decided last Friday in or the defendant y L Keeling behalfI has been a controversy between and Bram Prather on the one side and W L Keeling on the other over a vision line and the quantity of land m dispute does not amount to more than an eighth of an acre This is the third trial of the casE The first resulted in a hung jUry the second trial in aver diet for the Prathers and thIs ill favor of Keeling Attorneys for the plaint ills have made a motion for a new triah The Stiltsll will case was alledlast FridtY morning and was su mitted to the on Monday Last spring Wm Stigall died testate leaving his property to tour cousins m Boyle county His mother instituted a contest alleging mental incompetency on the partof the testator Numerous witnesses were troduced by each side and thecae as a whole was hard fought The arvu ments were ably presented hv W F- Grigsby and W C McChord for the eontetant and by TS Mayes and J W Lewis for the propounder The trial resulled m a jury seven being in favor of sustaining the will and five for breaking it The Holiiday murder case was called thIS morning and continued until the Februay term because of the absence ofj witnesses i CARNEGIE MED r AL AWARDED To a Kentuckian for heroic Bra- S verv and 1000 Lash Additional Reward The Carnegiehero fund commission at Pittsburg recently announced the rec ognition of fiftyeight more heroes over territory extending from Massachusetts to Southern California As always m comparison of needs of valor Kentucky is at the front or thereabouts The hero commission finds no more thrilling deed than that of I Wood Miller of Waterford Spencer county Kentucky a liveryman who on February 23rd 1909 after nightfall saved John H Eggen from drowning in the waters of Brashears Creek at Taylorsville the aIcase tn about one thousand words the cpm l11itsion appointed by Andrew Carnegie to seek and reward savers of human life explaIns its reasons for making the generous award The statement recites how Eggen who was one of the mounted rescuers in this time of flood was swept from clungItothen climbed up the post out rof the water and shouted for help Miller had made an attempt to reach him with his horse but finding that the animal could not withstand the current he abandon edit and struck out alone toward the imperiled man He was compelled to rest in a tree on the way but he finally got within speaking distance of Eggen and encouraged him to nut give up NObody would come to Millers help with a rote for Eilen and finally alter many attempts Milrer succeeded In get ting a piece of ferice lodged against the post which held Egogen and he was fin hourIThe hero commission dIrects that a silver medal and 1000 cash be given him the latter to be applied toward the purchase of a farm orin any other man mayi desire providing that it theexecuI Marshal Grace made anything but a water haul on Sunday last when he nab bed eleven of the clored gentry of this town who were engaged In a game of craps so It is alleged It is said that the culprits were m a grove just about High street and were observed by a resident living above that vicinity who telephoned the marshal Of course that faithful sleuth was at once on the spot and nabbed the bunch It is not known what the defense wilt be but presumably a Sundays recreation r DEMOCRATS MAKE CLEAN WEEP Kentucky New York New Jersey Massachusetts ConnecticuitOhio Indiana Md Maryland- Abandon The Cabin and Eat Rooster 3 I Taken from To days C uri rJoUTn r Democrats scored sweeping VictoriesI aU over Kentucky at tion and many rockribbed Republican counties either tumbled out ot the go p column or the majorities were greatly reduced The Democratic gains were not confined to anY one section but a Democratic atmosphere pervad the whole length and breadth of the Old Kentucky Horne The net result of the election was nine DemocratIc Congressmen out leven f and the etechon ot all four of the Democratic candidates for the Court of Appeals Aftel the battle of ballots it was SHown that the Democrats had made a gain of one Congressman WJ Fields in the Ninth district who made a re- markablerace against Congressman J- B Bennett his Republican opponent In the First district Congressman Ollie M tames Democrat was relect ed by an old time majority his only opponent being a Socialist The Second district by an increased mjority returned to Congress A O 1Republican made by Congressman R Y Thomas Jr in the Third ctistrict who defeated W H Jones hIs Republican opponent by 1324 matorty the most remarkable race ran in the State was made ijy Congressman Ben Johnson in the Fourth district who GadIdieessman- Swa ar Sherley Democrat goes back to Congress having defeated his Re publican opponent Judge Wheller McGee by a majority of neatly 4000 A B Rouse Democrat easily de featedC W Negel Republican iI1the Sixth district The Seventh district after one of the hardeSt fights mi the State returns td Congress J Campbell Cantrillr Demon crat by about 3000 majority over M C Rankin Republican Harvey Helm Democrat made a rung away race in the Eighth district easilyl defeating Huh Miller Republican In the Tenth district Democrat made a gallant fight against great odds but was unable to overcome thebia lead of J w Ltngley Republican who is sent back to the next the Eleventh districtwas con ceded to Caleb Powers Republican the Republican majority was greatly reduced by Elza Bertram the Democratic canJidate who ran a most surprising race in this stronghold RepublIcanism INJUNCTiON PRAYED FOR Motion to Restrain Railroad Corn missions Rate Ruling Wa Made Last Week The motion togrant an interlocutory in7junctionagainst the Railroad Com mission of Kentucky filed in the Fed eral Court by the Louisville Nash villa Railroad Company was heard before Judte Warrington of Cin cinndti in conjunction wIth Judge San ford of Tennessee and Judge Denison of MichigAn at Covington last week The case was filed in the Federal MlJlike case before he was appointed to the bench U S Clerk Chas Wiard left Wed flea lay afterneon with the papers in the ease and was present when the court convened In Covington Thursday morning Assistant Attorney General John w LOC ett presented the Commission m he hearing The constilut lnal- itv ut tle McCnord law was the bone of contenti n The Commission arranged a freitht rate in favor of a patron of the L N and Its ruling was questioned by the road resulting in this suit The motion prayed for an inlunc tionto prevent the Commission from enforcing ruling edi b Other State NEW YORK John A Dix Den dcrat- elected Governor by plurality of5 about 68000 owWilsonDemocrat or more ilMASSACHUSETTS Eugene N Fo Democrat elected Governor by aboet 130000 1CONNECTICUTSmo E Baldwin lHri ij about 2500 pluralitt OmoJudson Harmon Democrat elected Governor by about 40001 INDIANADemocratic gaiiwall oec the State and Legislature clairnd which if true means defeat ofBeve ridC e MARYLAND FivB DftMcrti sad one Republican Congressmen 1 frfr EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION r f y MEETING Enthusiastic Gathering fC Pedagogues at Mckv k t on Saturday Nov 5 Education in Washington county waa given a great impetus Saturdar Nov 5 at Msckville Ky No meeting that has been held in this everAexcelled it m enthusillrnad pi benefits towards the good which we ua demQcratic people are striving for- The meeting was opened with uadressof welcome by the chairraaaProf D V Florence of Mackville Graded school Rickert ts Boulware then psreeerifd hThe Kentucky Boy il1 his uaual felicitous manner after which two excel WMderingJewman People by Lawrence OBryan and deliverledfor dinner which was mo t attentively served by the ladies or Mack yule at th schoolnoure Owing to lack or room in the iehool house the afternoon session was held is the Christian church TIM HNioow sa opened with a song followed byasop- rano alto duet by Misses SW YarM- IWyckoff Prof R L Bush then dslivered asir address on The Teacher Two admirable talKs were giver by a couple of MackYIlles most proipi9i g young men Fred Mayes andChaa Bet toms whose sujects were AraSchoole Worth While and The Power Qf Love in Discipline Prof Colvm then spoke of the estltet is side of education xncYalsoo spokiJtI the need of education for girls The last speaker of the afteft09W GreerBusinessThe PosslblJltles of The entueky Boy of Limited Means The sneaker r dwelt less on the boy who ouldtMkla good professional man than upon the boy who would eventually row mort corn etc per acre than his neighbor All told the meeting wasagreats sue cess Education hu notrc theiPlanethat it should occaPYiagettiekY but thIs meeting seen to seaieior xunner of tirPater eynntayGW too couy H iii rn 0 5 r t ll ii F fh e Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher PRhrrFTELtiIIONTUrKY 1icat it strange how automobiles w mt tako a joke Pocibly the society Rmuggler II Jy a klePtonariiac Further anr eroplane judiclousy- kaiedled lays golden eggs cheapenkav Summer keeps running back for ton more itting word Detroit goat eats a 10 bill Well Mhat goat ever got indigestion Om 0ingtenjones1 The new flvfdollar bIlls will be smaller says an exchange Easter to- break too We presume King Alfonso Is afraid he may lose hiathtone Foolish boYWhy didnt- ke put it In his wifes name These are fine days to find mush rooms If you feel ill the next days yaui1 know that yoU didnt jhtew York Waiter buys i100000 worth Mt government bonds All this come to him who wvta- WIId Ii grapes are very scarce this r l MYS the Boston Globe but the variety are llltil plehtiful enough A French duke hats invited his- rriends to an aero lane tea Could any high tea be higher thaBt t Mew York street car ednductor breaks ji1s ann ringing up fares itlk about strenuosity in doing ones duty J obtaineddivorce2 rfledfor alimony When is a poor evilsafe San Francisco ivragtng relent s war against rats but It doesnt eM Ito heave any effect on Paris istIO far wttll the Bible still leading the list of best sellers the morals of the eoontry cannot be sO very mud de terlorated after all AnXtUanhas invented an era plane which cannot falL This is an 1fDproveme teven over those which and clintb trees m there ill any argument In savor of letting college boys haze themselves it must be that they need to het It out of their systems Someone has written an rt1cleon The Duty of the Dollar this being eoenething that our American tourists have been trying to dodge In New York there Is a woman one lIundred and two years old who has lived ninaty six years In Manhattan Well It must have been in Harlem New York man forty years old and About to wed says he hu never yet kissed a girt Hell still b- erout to wed fortY years from now A Pittsburg bridegroom of five Reeks deserted his bride because she a a block of Ice Naturally she immediately proceeded to make it hoc f t him There is s man In Virginia who says at to inarry after fifty means jrouble He ban optimist What sloes be think it means to marry b4 fore fifty Wk eaa man of ninetysix walks ten miles to get a marriage license Ute truth that live Is ever young giver Another knockout blow to the O- sierlan theOry An Ohio judge rules that a pretzel It not a dangerous weapon Whether ke will be 10 confident concerning the hlbition of sliced cucumbers remains to be seen 1n there a fine touch of union edou humor in the preachments on American extravagance which Amen can millionaires deliver when they come home from motor tours througt Europe Why Is It that the man who cant treing1y plans to murder his wife or big sweetheart and brutally carries out his plan always breaks down and cries like a child when his gt1lt ie fastened upon him WhY should there be so much ex citement when an aviator breaks the gecoYd for attaiiiing the greatest height The thing to become en thusiastic over It seems to us is In gettliig safely down from the greatest height A St Paul burglar has returned Morey he had stolen three years ago i abIll evidently reformedpartially When he completely reforms he will tasiet on paying the penalty he tn cnrre by violating the moral and ctiD11l1al law- Thieves have been known to steal hatstoves but even thin feat Is cur paeaed by that of robbers in Now Jersey who stole six cars loaded with lIIercbandlse by cutting a freight train kin two and escaping with the booty So far this holds tbrecordW- 0 it i i tfJf tifte ROUND ABOUT i- iTHE STATE it NEWSiMOST IMPORTANT i GATHERED FROM ALL + PARTS OF KENTUCKY I f+ fa ff + i+ + + + t + FLAGGED TRAIN WITH PETTICOAT Bridge Was Burned and Negros Act Saved Many Lives Paducah Running tt the rate of 50 miles anh uran Illinois Central passenger train was flogged by Ed Harris a negro farmer of Ballard county using his wifes red petticoat as the warning signal and prevented it from running onto a burning bridge Two spans had been burned and haditheOn learning what had been done the passengers filled the negros ha with mcney Several passengers todk his me and promised to send him checks for his heroic pct GIFT TO TRANSYLVANiA CloverporLNo former Kentuckian has been talked of more recently than R A Long of Kansas City Mo who has given 30000 to Transylvania uni versity of Lexington Especially have MB boyhood friends around Shelby vUle been telling stories about his youthful days spent In Shc1py county where he was born 50 years ago This successful man was educated in the common country schools of Kentucky and worked on a farm until he was 17 years of age when he took employ ment in a store This did not prove to his liking and he went back to the plow At the end of five years he heard the call of the west and In a short time thereafter he started a tmall retail lumber yard at Columbus Ran LexlngtonIt was announced here that Gus Macey the wellknown trot ting horse trainer had bought of J D Grover of the Groverland Stock Farm thfye3rling colt McKinney Mt by McKinney dam Miss Brussel by Talton for 5000 The purchase was made by Mr Macey representing Geo H Estebrookof Denver Cot whose extensive stable Mr Macey md his son Reamy are handling DanvUleThe coroners jury after hearing the evidence in the Elizabeth Pemberton whose body wasJ found In R field reached the conclu sIon that she had frozen to death The fact that she had gotten oat the wrong railroad station is bdifeved to have deranged her mind causing her to wander into the field where her body was foun- dFrankfortGov Willson appoInted as delegates to the AmerIcan CIvic as sociation which meets in Washington the following persons Mrs James A Leech Mrs Mason Maurey Gen John Ii Castlenian Louis Seelbach rind Helen Bruce all of Louisville Paducah At St Frances de Sales Catholic church Bishop Denis ODon aghue of Louisville confirmed a class of 150 the largest In the history of the church He confirmed a class at St Johns church in the county and a class at MayfieldI CarrolltonJames Goyle 21 a farmer of Owen county fell from the rear end of a train at Worth111c and received injuries that caused his death EASTERN STAR PROCEEDINGS FrnnkfortLouisvllle was selected as the place of meeting of the order of the Eastern Star next year the meeting to be held during the sessions of the Masonic grand lodge The following officers were elected Worthy grand matron okra Emma Robinson Fulton worthy grand patron J Bl nton Valley Station assistant grand matron Mrs L F Henrich Day ton assistant grand patron Newton Smith Paris grand secretary Mrs Josephine H Tinder Louisville grand treasurer Mrs Sarah H Terry Clark son grand conductress Mrs Annie 0- Yoipg PikevHleas seiat grand con ductress Mrs Sadie Quigidy Owens bcroj4 INCREASE IN TAXES Although Temperance Work Is Active Distillers Pay More Money FrankfortDesplte the ternperanc movement In this state there is an increase in the output of liquors by the distillers but mUch of the product is shipped out of the state There was l1ald Into the treasury during the Os cal year Just ended the sum of 138 01160 as the tax on distilled spirits being an Increase of lSt73S7 over year HendersonChest Fentress who is charged with the murder of Town Marshall T J Skagge of Clarkson Grayson county was arraigned on that charge He entered a plea of not guilty and was ordered sent to the DavIess county jail on account of the insecurity of the jail here Danville Frances McQuire the twoyearold daughter of WnHaJ Mc Quire reached to a shelf and got a box of matches during the absence o her mother The matches were ignited find the baby burned death i 1 BROKE JAIL WITH KNIFE Accused Hrsethlef Left Note Dedrai ing His lnnocense FrankfortCarved his way to lib erty withapocket knife That Is what James W Hapkeft did He was confined in the Franklin county jail and under Indictment on the charge of hors stealing The bar that holds the Iron grated door Is held in place by bolts that run through the wooden partition Hackett with his knife dug the wood from around these bolts The rest was easy He left a note saying he would return when he had money for his defense and declared his info cenco of Ute charg- eOwensboroWhsrea the baby asked Mrs Ilobert Collier as she entered the room of her home at Dun more My God it Is In there ex claimed LeUa King lG years or age as she poInted to a folding bpd J forgot the baby was on the bed The bed was quickly lowered and the baby was found smothered to death Glasgow Lucille Church 16 daugh ter of William Churcha prominent farmer of Goodnight was burned to death by the explosion of a jug of oil and her sister Mrs Grover Long was so seriously burned she will probably die The young woman was mak ng a fire and pouring oil out of a ug- when It became heated and eXPod d Paducah Lemuel Johnson a farm l ofBoaz Graves county lathe cham pion potato raiser In Western Ken Lucky as far as reported He raised 1750 bushels and some of the largest potatoes weighed as much as six pounds Franklin Mrs EC Edgar wife of a CincJnnatl traveling salesman and her sister Miss Eliza Wilson were thrown from a buggy on the streets here and severely injured The horse they were driving took fright at an automobilo Henderson Gas and oil leases un der G221 acres of land In this county were flIed for record here py V S Van Druff of Evansville The leases are made to William Carvill of Tulsa Okla The parties are granted one year from June 8 to begin operations EUzabethtowntriie whentsowlng season in Hardin county will soon close As the weather was favorable during the past summer for fallowing and the fall for seeding the acreage sown this year will be far In excess of all previous years LouisvilleTbteves who entered the residence of John OConnor chloroformed a bulldog and theh robbed the house They secured 45a gold watch and other jewelry FranltortPardons were granted by Gov Willson to Ballard West and Leonard West brothers of Pike coun ty serving sentences in the peniten tiary of 10 years each for alleged mistreatment of a girl just under 16 years Louisville State Senator J w Newman who Is secretary ot the hen tucky State Fair association has been chosen by the United States government to manage a big fair and expo sWan In Porto Rico FrankfortA man said to be Rex Hall but not positively identified was struck by tm Interurban car and stantly killed His legs were broker and the car passed over his body PaducahAs a last resort to save his life the right leg of Will Watson of Fulton who was injured when his leg was Caught in the wheel of an ex press wagon was removed at the knee PaducahThe mlllinery dry goods and shoe store of E A Strow R Co was destroyed by fire Loss estimated at 15000 partially covered by insur ante The origin Is unknown BLANKET LAND GRANTS WashingtonThe controversy In Kentucky over the validity of socalled blanket grants ot land by Virginia the mother state and oven Kentucky itself during the earlier years of state hood came before the supremo court of the United States Titles to land now said to fie worth at least 1000Q 000 depend uPon the decision of the court Originally some of the land nas secured at two cents an acre CHAIN OF RURAL SCHOOLS WashingtonDepartment of agri culture officials are awaiting the out come of R vote that a Kentucky county will cast on a proposed 500000 bond issue for a modern system ot rural schools Jefferson county proposes to supplant the small district schools is Its jurisdiction with a consolidated chain of rural schools This Is the first time such R plan tiasbeen taken up on so large a scale though it las worked out In town ships before Its success will be watch ed by the country at large Paducah Local passenger agents of railroads have received orders not to accept telegraph orders for transportation from keepers of disorderly houses It follows the new law of the interstate commerce commission and n violation prescribes a tIne of5000 The object of the law is to prohibit 7 white slave trains GeorgetownThe Scott county fiscal court ordered the Jssue of 25000 worth of bonds to fund Scott countys indebtedness In building repairIng ud imaintainiag roads and bridge f with WIde or moderately HATE brims have been much the as to their brim outlines for several seasons but variations have been evident In crowns The possessor ot a good velvet hat feels that It should do service for two or even three seasons and last years hat uptodatetlon If not a little more to the home economist as spick and span new millinery The cleverness of the milliner Is put to the test to either replace the old crown wIth a new ono or put the trimming on the hat so that the out line of the old crown Is concealed or changed As it happens the task Is not so difficult this season because puffed crowns are much favored that crowns made of putts ot silk or velvet Furthermore trimming pieces especially fancy feathers are large ONE OF THE LATEST MODELS Dzlnty Press In White Cotton Voile tth Rose Design Printed on Material This Is very dainty and Is made up ln white cotton voile with a large atguve rgse printed on IL The skirt is gathered in at the waist then u band of lace is taken round skirt at about the knees this draws Ue fullness in The material is cut 1 1F 4I t away at the back and a strip ot mauve silk Is used to line the lace The bcdlce has a round yoke ot silk ined lace to which the material is nr ranged in either tucks or small folds aboveltheHat of white Taal trimmed with large poppies as black ears of wheatMaterIals reQufr d Seven yards voile 42 Inches wide and one half yards Insertion yard piece lace one and th1ee yard mauve silk The cloche shape comes frequently I1i lack satin with the trimming df a wide crush band and a flattened bow of satin Undergeath she brim a frill 01 white lace 0 and they conceal the top of the hat almost entirely An example of what may be done with a velvet hat having a wide brim and small crown Is shown here Two lengths of velvet In two colors each threefourths of a yard long are shirred on silk thread at each end The thread matches the velvet in color and there are four rows of shirring A hnlng ot crinoline supports each pie e They ark then mounted on the sh peas shown In the picture and se ed down securely to It with stitches as nearly invisible as possible An ornament and a fancy feather or ostrich plumes it preferred make a c arming finish ThIs Isa matter of c olce with the wearer The home milliner should find no difficulty in remodeling her last years hat by this method JULIA BOTTOMLEY TO COMPOUND COLD CREAM RFciAe for Most Valuable Toilet Prep aration Which Can Ba Made at Home To make eure of getlng a cold cream In which there are no animal comp9undtheirThey often fail to get results from Understandingthe creams are made In the same way The fatty substances are put In a double boiler and melted stirring constantly When all are melted turn out In a bowl and stir scraping down from sides addingthemust be added gradually when the fatty base Is partially cold Add first dropbeatingthen add tinctures or extracts last ot all These go in drop by drop also A flat wire egg beater can be used successfully when a large amount of the mixture Is being made p and one woman swears by a mayonnaise mIxer for compounding her toilet creams Here Is a recipe that cAn be used freely without fear of becoItUPg beard ed or fuzzy Eight poontul8 each of almond oil and rosewater two tablesponfuls each of white wax and spermaceti a teaspoonful of tincture ot benzoin Melt the oil then add the wax ndspermaceti and when nearly cold from bydropDiscarded cheesy jars of porcelain are nice to pack this cream in tQ insmalJget germ filled by constant opening Novel TunIc Effectw i pretty 1dfor the finishing ofatunic especially one pf veiling or Qth tunicinIt looser at each side drawing U away eo as to show a great part of the underskirt up to the knees The knots are made about halfway from looselybelowwith a Yew stitches In back to keep it in position New earpln The latest in the minor jeWelry Is the long barpins four to six inches la length which are being used to fasten automobile veils and lees fre quently collars and jabots They eonS inplain metal and enamel finishes and In the heavy barbaric semiprecious Qes Sl1 popular nowadays h 1 l NATURES SIGNALS i J J The first indication off kidney disc order Is often backache Then comes pain in the hips and sides iameness soreness and urinary troun bles These are t the warningS natures signals for help Deans KidneyP1lls should bo used at the first sIgn Ira Clark Fx North Main S4tdhAStxy Savanna Ill says 1 wits confined to bed with kidney trouble and neV er expected to be up again A doctor said I had acute inflammation of the bladder but he could not help me How grateful was I for the prompt relief pans Kidney Pills gave me Continued use removed every sign of kidney trouble Remember the nameDoans For sale by all dealers 60 cents FosterMilburnbox Co Buffalo N T Getting Reputation There is a desk in the senate jar tJcularly convenient as a place from whIch to make speeches Itis next to the aIsle and almost in the ce ter t of the chamber and affords an opportunity for the speaker to make every 1IlAtlug to the Washington correspondent of the St LouIs Star have borrowed this desk when they had special utter nces to deliver to the senate This led not long ago toa mild protest from Us legitimate occupant I am perfectly willing to give up my desk saId he but lam afraidt people will think that the same fan Is talking all the time I dont waist fIto get the reputation of constantly tj IiYouths l ji if f rf re4a111Yzf AQFV x 1dBkLJrlClfrd lK2 uHJlrr J2r NS2 Z PWlnAY7JDNtVj IJiTPU KlCK tAtaking bps fing holiday inScoUU where h hoped to Improve hlsgame and by driving a hard bargain had managed to secure the exclusive services of a first lass caddie who wu known to bea very good player Mind now fIsaid the ambitious southerner I expect to receive some really good tips from you during my stay here you understand Aye replied the Scotsman hitching up the heavy bag an Ahm expectia the like trae ye ye kenGolf Illustrated tJohnwife glancing up from the physical culture magazine she Was perusing what is your idea of a perfect fig f rt Well replied her husband lOOt Y 000 may not be perfection but its + near enough toy a man afmy simple tastes THE FIRST TASTEaLearned to Drink Coffee When a Baby kwfeeespecIally harmful to children they would doubtless hesitate before giving the babies coffee to drink When I was a child is my mothwers arms and firs t began to nibblerthings at the table mother use4 toIgive me sips of coffee 8my parents t used coffee exclusively at meals I never knew there was aaything to drink but coffee and water so I contracted the coffeeIUAnd I remember when quite young the continual use of coffee soo affected my parents that they tries roasting wheat and barleys tieR ground it in the coftee1nll1 as a sub stitute for coffee But it did not taste right and they went back to coffee agaIn That was long before Postum wu ever hears of I continued to nee coffee util I was 27 and when I got Ito office L work I began to h eneouapellaEspecially after breaktut I wu so nervous I could scarcely attend to say correspondenoe At night after hlvlng cogs foe supper I could hardly Ileep and OIL rising in the morning would fMllfKki ud nervous uA frIend persuaded e to try IiPostum My wife itdid not like It at first but latertahentboihel good r and strong It was fine Now we woisl i not give up Poetum forth best coffee jwe ever tasted I can now get good alee art rrnervousness and headaches I recommend Postum toaU cote drink err Read The Road to Wellville la pkgs Theresa Re n f- Ever read the above letter ae sae appearsfre Ira ttITlMT rge r irlaaea 7 r fr 40 Ir i4 ti t w 1jf dl 111 1 0 J KENTUCKY GLEANINGS 1 WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF F THE COMMONWEALTH I n e s w ALL A MISTAKE Claimed Rhinock When His Chauffeur Was Arrested for Speeding When his cauffeur was arrested in Yonkers N Y recently for efcessiveneeding Congressman Rhinock of Kentucky protested vig orously CongressiThat makes no difference Your t lj itii l- j YJOSEPH L RHJNOCK driver violated the speed law retort ed Motorcycle Patrolman Linehan Well its a mistake in identifica 4ion stated the congressman It Was some other car that was breaking the law and not mine u The officer declared however that where was no other carin the vicinity tt the time Certainly he could not amve been mistaken Linehan alleged that the machine wasgoid along at a rate of 40 miles an hour The chauffeur was held in Gush bail furnished by his emptoy- erfora hearing f A Woman Suspected Danville IILPolice found s horse and carriage which they say were 9 used to carry Mrs Elsie Cochrane to ih place where she was slain The- horse ld carriage in question Were drIven over the supposed to have keen followed by the slayers both hoof and carriage tracks fitted the old ones The man who owns tqe rigsaid that if his carriage was used Sat was stolen from his carriage shed s he knows nothing of its use at the time of the murder Owing to the tact that Mrs Coch canes face was severely scratched and her hair partly torn out the police are inclined tq think that she may have been killed Eby a jealous woman The notbveRemedies for Seasickness Among curious remedies for sea sJckness Is that whIch Is popular IOllg the mariners in the Levant the dally swallowing of Iron ru thlch is obtained bYSCrap g it oft But this 1Is treatment for a small pouch c ntainlng roasted salt and flowers of thyme must he tied upon the abdomen u firmly can be bornethls being considered Internatiof thq vesseL A Costly Pet A year or so ago a Montana b captured a young squirrel and too him home and made a pet of him The little animal was given free range they house and seemed content an r 1hI owner wu several times offered 2 for him A few days ago a roll at iOOwas missed and after a long bun+ it was found that the squirrel bad torn the bills to pieces to make a nest of He waS a trIed squirrel nex t dary Queer Laundry Package t tt Is not Uncommon for laundries to- receive rings and other valuables with the soiled I from their customers bait they seldom make such a discovery s one which has been made a- tPulham England When a basket of linen was received from the country A few days ago the sorters were alarmed to see the upheavel of the cOntents and bear a plaintive cry The linen was removed and a black ca- pis i found benath- r CorporalNapoleonw ham iti red Roperhe exclaimed all Want Is rope Yes sire Ei ropey recDonded his general- sLouisvilleRev nobert ID Smart castor of Broadway Methodist chI1rch tivhu has been In poor health for se- srnl months collapsed In his pulpit while giving out the first line of the 1i01J service at the church and Was carted to his home unconscious Glscgow Abe Houtchens19 was accldvntally shot by a neighbor boy anti did a short lime later The boy wart howing him how the weapon workedahea it was acefdentally dt- haiged 8 i tbaU stt1kipg young Houtshens n the abdomen j j WILL NO OPPOSE HiS SON LcxfngtonCaptWH Uay tor mer member of the legislature a well known businessman and horseman withdreW his name from the Demo erotic ticket as a candidate for coin Gilman It is understood that Capt Mays withdrawal is due chiefly to the fact that his son Charles 1V May has been nomInated for the same position on the opposing Fuson ticket Capt May has frequently held the position of councIlman and alderman He now has no ambition for then office and is rUling to step aside to give the boy a chance PREACHE S IN PRISON FrankfortTwo P + gchcrs Thomal Strunk and Isaac Perl Vera brought U the penitentiary to serve Sentences Strunk Is convicted of crldttnal assault and given ten years Perry if given five years for manslaughter Along with these two ministers came Parts Shotwell who was pardoned r year and a halt ago by Gov WllIson while serving a sentence for life for murder He entered the penitentiary to servo a sentence of two years for voluntary manslaughter Kentucky State News Items OWentonMrs M Judy dropped dead of apoplexy white letting down a folding bed Carlisle William 0 WIlson farm er died at hIs home near Headquarters after an illness of several days of appendicitis FalmouthThe grand jury after a two weeks session returned S2 indIct menus for the alleged sale of liqugr and a few for minor offenses Somerset Dr W F Scott one of the oldest and bestknown physic ars- in Eastern Kentucky died here after a brief illness Of heart trouble Georgetown The country home rf James BrIscoe was burned T ere wsa no Insurance either the ouse or furniture The loss is esU atedt5000 At the recent meeting of the state board of pharmacy at WInchester only one regIstered phramacIst quaU fled by examination and that was Clio ford J Dill of Ashlan- dLouisvilleJohn M Letterle Gtr president of the Louisville live stoc exchange and oldest member of thee Kentucky legislature is dying o paralysis ltaysIlleAfter many delays thlr city has finally installed a paid flr department byrecelv1ng a Knox corn hination hook and ladder and chemical engine Frankfort = Judge E C ORear a1- llouncea the engagement of his daugle ter Helen to Ensign Caswell Saufle3 of the battleship Kansas The mar riage will take place In April Gov Wilson has designated Judge L L Walker of Lancaster as specIal judge to try a will case at Winchester where tho regular court can not sitThee caSe probably will consume twc weeks 1 Lexington Twelve manufacturers and venders of Ice cream mostly Greeks Were charged in indictments returned by the grand jury with having violated the pure food law by selling adulterated Ice cream thehomalGene Baker and Will Read negroes were arrested They say Frank Duff another negro did the shooting Tho sheriff is looking for Duff diedsunder peculiar circumstances He accidentally fell from a barn lost a few days ago and sustaIned severe InjurIes and a few days afterward contracted appendicitis which hastened his death SergeantIn the Knott circuit court agedoybarely 17 Was tried on a charge of perjury and given two Tears in the thedmember ot si good family Lagrange James Lee a negro shot and instantly killed his brother Har- rr Harry Lee had just completed a erm in the penitentiary und returning home in an intoxicated condition became involved In a quarrel with his brother 1Vhitesburg William Powers 35 an employe of a lumber company art the Virginia border east of here was killed his body being cut almost is twain by the cutoff attachment Ue leaves a wife and several small chi dren FrankortProf JI O Sluss trin cIpal of the city schools of CovIngton was appointed a member of the state board of examiners for public schoo teachers by Prof Regensteln superin tendent of public instruction He sue BowlingLHenderson Is the other member of the board Nashville TennWith the completion of Lock No6 on the Upper Cum berland river 125 miles ot canalized river above Nashville were opened for navigation The river blow Nash vine is canalized 914 mites With the new work opened above Nashville there are now 1064 miles or canall7ed river aboie and below this city Lexinlr nThe fourth annual con ventionof the Ientucky Library sea ciation began 1ts sesstor kith Pros dent WlIlIaro t YusJy of Louisville presid1 c WOLVESI SHEEP BeSt Protection Ag tnst Destructive Beasts Is Woven Wire F zic with Barb Wire Stretched Across the Topi In answering a query as to the best method of preventing wol s from destroying sheep flock th Wisconsin Agriculturist publishes th following Many bells on a flock of sheep will no doubt do good service toward keeping wolves off though they would theboldershepherd dOgs would serve the puri serIan respects In helps g tattend to large flocks The best rotectton against wolves for the locks however would be wolftight woven wIre fence with barb wires stretched at the to so as to prevent the wolveskom getting ov r and Into the sheep pastures Sue a fence must also be built close to he grOund to present the wolves from digging their way through underneath A barb wIre stretched tightly along the ground line will be very serviceable In this respect The woven wire fence should be at least as high ns any farm fence ordinarily in use ts and pieces of 2x4s should be nallea ur COMFORT FoRU FARM STOCK Should Be Fed at Regular Times and Never Roughly Handled by Being Chased by Door Left in Cold By A D WILSON University Farm Bt Paul Mtnn One of our good dairy farmers liv fag in Carlton county who Is also a Farmers Institute lecturer Mr F B McLeran In talking on Care ot Dairy Cattle alys emphasizes the Importance of making the stock court fortable He says that if they are made u comfortable by being fed at IrregulnI times so that they spend a great deal of their time expecting to be ted the discomfort shows In lower production If they are made un comfortable by having a poor bed by being roughly handled by having a dog set on them or by being left out in the cold or allowed to go thirsty these tonditions result In decreased production He emphasizes the fact that one of the great advantages of weighing the milk everi day from each cow is that It gives one n quick checkk on any condition that brings about discomfort to his animals If- any cow shows a dropping ot of her milk flow as h rule a little observa tion wt show that she has beoa mrl4 uncomfortable in some of the was mentioned above and knowing these facts the farmer Is able to check these unfavorable conditions quickly One of the points that Mr McLeran especially emphasizes is the import ance of not allowipg the cowsto sty oUt in the winter when they are un comfortable He states that a good way to determine this Is to take off your coat and ra out in the yard wIth the cqws stand around and act Just os the cows do When you begin to feel uncomfortable and feel like erne into the house put the cows In the barn Autos on the Farm thefarmerrarefoy his machine but my experience has been that the prrpers who have caned for licenses vo been fully conversant with the workings of their machinesin fact many farmers The brood sows must have dry and reasonably warm quarters The ac companying illustration gives us a fairly good idea of one style of a Utter pen It JB roomy and ULlong panel doors when Jpenedadmlf of tight and air This style ofa pen handLer for the attendant than are Lb triangular shaped sheds These f t s postsprojectingclosed for sheep pasture at an angle of 45 degrees to the Upper parts of the posts The pieces ot 2x4s should be IS to 20 inches long and to them the barb wires should be stapled The fence thus made wlll prevent the wolves from getting cover as t they cannot get over the projecting barb wire arrangement even though they manage to get up the woven wire to Its top The accompanying illustration shows clearly how the fence Is built Such a fence Is of service to any sheep farmer who Wishes an em dent means of protecting his flocks against sheep kifing dogs as Well as against wolves HIgh prices for Horses- We may well doubt the prediction that the automobile will soon Ut the horse out ot business and reports from every section of the west show that wellbred animals are selling at 350 to 500 per pair are better informed on mechanics gas oline engines and the like than the average city man who applies for a license There Is another view held by Plany city people which Is wrong and that is that the farmer will be content with a small horsepower motor car says Ii writer in Baltimore American As a matter of fact when a farmer gets a year ho wants It so con structed that he can uue it for pleas ure and for business and that Is the reason that they generally Want their cars to have 40 horsepower or bet ter Time and help are the two things now at a premium on the Ohio farm and as an auto saves both there is aJt Increasing Interest In the subject feel certain that the present tall and spring will be by far the best selling time for farm autos ever seen HOW ENGLISH RUN DAIRIES Cows Are Not Soiled to Any Great Extent but Pasture Is Depended Upon forEntire Summer Feed In England cows are not soiled to any great extent but pasture Is de pended on for the entire summer feed T y say over there that It takes two yes to keep a cow going as she should r Early In August the cows are turned on the aftermath of the meadows and later changed back and forth between the pastures and the meadow When taken oft the pastures In late summer the cowsare fed a little cotI ton seed cake but they do not get much grain at any time In the wInter they are fed roots 40 to 70 pounds per day about 16 pounds of straw half as much hay and about eight pounds of meal and oil cake mixed The barn yards are paved with cob ble stones to keep the cows out of the mud and the manure Is saved un dEr sheds Not a thing is wasted There are very few creameries In England and the butter on the mar ket Is all farm butter but It Is of fine quality generally a great deal better than our farmers male The prices for milk for the year averages about 150 pet 100 pounds after the freight Is paid pens can bo moro easily cleaned and bedded Many Goats In Country It Is estimated that there are over 2000000 goats in this country ant aU are practically free from tuberculosis Thousands of them are milk goats and are used regularly for this purpose f III4iiILand N Railroad Time Table r e r I Daily oiilDailIncomingB No4 t rr seIArrives at Bardstown Junctnl1 5fi 85514522Y= Leaves Louisville II 810 u 430 ct 1 Dailyiis m a N mLeaves tnIg IIJUIieJlljIIUiJB ulImiIi1IIIIIaIJ1J1i1KIIIIIIIIIIII lit EVERY BUSINESS MANthe importance of conducting all business details ll tais local and lone distance It ss economy in saving of time tRecognizes Unexcelled telephone service can be had over the lingo Telephone and Telegraph Company hoed cHI to aU im Dotant points in the Un teaStatee rates reasonable sertlice the best CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated Dr W F Trusty PrasJical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All wprk guaranteed ce over Havdon Barber BD LAKE Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUC- KYrBest Attention Every courtsey shown iiasdsome Use of Caskets awl 5 rial1lobes Telephone Day UJ Night74r DR M W HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRuG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 m 4 to 5 pm- rD J C 11udd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY oYFici C7 nAYDONS Office Hours 8 t69 M1 to 2P H J H LAMPTON M D 1SPRINGFIELD Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence Nol38 The Sun and Times 45- Q I Post 350 l Herald 32T- har Sun and CourlerJournaL LA A tonic that Jnvlgorates both old and young For weak nervpys men sued women Every bet t1 guaranteed Get It TODAY DRf0AGSSo- 3d bye HAYDON ROBERTSON BOBUIL FORTHCELLS TISSUES HWnnt STIQtTI M6 IKCMSTHCTR Tlai Na- sue ias kl w mml- CUARANTE TO ai1R SATES FACTION OR MONEY NEFUHD Soil Ity HAYDON ROBUTSOX T SCOTT MAYES ATTYAT LAW Spnngl 1d1Xy j Waetilagterandtad Federal Courts r iJ r fi W D CLAYBROOKE- AmATLAIDj Springfield Ky Wlll ractice in tile courts ot Wa hii k end at11oinln counties and is teonris Ay j LMARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield 0 Ky Office in Robertson Building will raei1cb the courts of Wseh akoand djQlnln counties and in court of Appeae S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONI E R Springfield Ky l Crying of public sales a Will o anywhere Terme reiso able Phone 84- 1iII M URUSSELI f AUCTIONEER Lebanon KyRt8 4 Crying ofpublic sales a specialty Caa ticheapestExchange C When you want nice- Engraved VISITING CARDS WEDDING INVlrATJONSr MONOGRAM PAPER Etc call on r the SpringfieldunFirstClass York Reasonable Prices l rlZ Offers from Manufacturers Book on patents Hints to inventors Inventions needti Why some inventors fail Send rough sketch orr model forllr search of Patent Office records O r Mr Oree1ey was formerJyJ Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such had full char oI the U S patent Office GREELEY M9INTIRE PATEN ATTORNEYS o WASHINGTON D C o ji e Ij ar 4 t THE SP INGFIILD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER g IQI I SKiN6FIELDSUN1 UuXD EVERY W t 11 t r fDNBBDAYt dTTSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance i 1 L SMITfi E iter aita Psbllsbe- ris sed at the Po toffice at Springfield L thekaasecondclass tf TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION t rigXoatheheeMoathJ sa rxY MEW METHODIST CMUCN AND PAASONAOE Xe feel assured that It will be a sio01tce of great gratification to the citi HAl of Springfiakl to learn that it has bode nitely settled by the MethodIst data dioua street a handsome and commo brick edifice and a pew parsonage M the site nosy occupied by the present frame structure on East Main street Every mOvement that tends to the ad yaaeeMeat or adornment pf our town i a otild be and will be hailed with sat afctioa and pleasure by the people of Rpriisgfieldand nothing gives tone toa city lmuch as elegant church structures Ware not behind the times in tins particular as nihtaat here has a everygeoominationI raieatedifice to f AkniRhty God The Catholics the Presbytariane the Baptists and the rwtiaD congregation aU have impos inz places of worshIp and the ol frame eYitirch so long the sanctuary for Meth diat tobaervance of religIous duties is 1ION toiiye place to anne modern ed Ike that wmDOt oily add to the beauty erectedtThe moral tone qfour community is Bergh religious feeling dominates a large percentage of our umbers the attend since at Sunday schools nd preaching services is very good Our secular sys tem of education is excellent and our I schools are wen patronized as a business center Springfield is rapidly forg yearwehopetoaJoo all lines both religious ands ecu Jar i We are Informed thatit is the intention thepremiseeparsonage will be SOld to the highest bidder and when the old building IS movedoff work will be commenced up on thetoundataon for the new church and parsonage THE MAMMOTH CAVE upJEatal wonder the Mammoth Cave The term wonder is aptly appliei for the genius of the human intellect stands enthralledat the magnitude and grandeur of thIs subterranean freak of nature Poets have sung about It trav- elere have expatiated upon its sublimity arid beauty writers of every grade have told int glowing words of its wierd mag niftc rice and scenic wPnderment ever since its discovery the tongues of sa and rustics m all lands have been busy narrating its marvels arid yet to cY so tar as this nation is concern uit ie mains merely a hole m the ground The greed and cupidity Qf corporatIons drew the at entlonof the jroverment to the necessity of legislation for the protection of the giant sequoias ofCalitor nia had the renowned stalactites and stalagmites of the great cavern pSses sed a commercial value justifying theIr exploitation some sort of legislatIon would have been necessary for their protection Gut as the Lime Trust has not yet incorporated they may be said to be tolerably safe for the ores 1tOur paternal government has placed a judicial fence around the Yosemite Valley in California the Yellowstone ReservatIon m the northwest and other points ot scenic or picturesque grandeur throughout the United States and every congressional district in the State should urge upon its representative in Congress the advisability of supporting the bill proposed to be presented in the lower house at Its next session by rep resentative Thomas providing for the purchase by the government of thIs nation of this seventh wonder of the worldthe Mammoth Cave of Kentuc kyfor a national park CflAMP1ONflAllA l MAN IS LOCATED An Amusing floss 1 fade Starts Him in the Laughing Busi ness and he Cant Quit 0LawrenceburgInd Nov 4Trad ing a mule for a shaved tail horse appealed to the humorof S H Schrapp of this city and he began laughing He laughed for an Hour with the tears rolling down his cheeks and still he didnt stop His friends becoming alarmed sum moned a physician but the physician couldnt stop the hearty Uha ha When six hours had passed and Schrapp was still convulsed with lau hteranoth er physician was called in and still the horsetraders merriment ruled Shrapp was proclaimed the champion Marathon laugher but that idnr stop him and an electric battery was brought into Just as the merry laugh had- round2d out twelve h urs the trader was giyen a heavy electric shock the laughing ceased and Schrapp fell over exhausted It was thought for a time that the man would die but now he shows iU effects from the long laugh Death of lazie Jones Colored On Monday morning Nov 7 Lizzie wife of Aaron Jones died at her home on High street aged 61 She was the daughter of Jam sMcEJroVand Lucy Williams the former the servant of the late Anthony McElroy the latter the servant of the late Heir Williams until she was freed by the emancipa tion proclamation of President Lincoln james McElroy and Lucy Williams father and mother of Lizzie Jones were among the most faithful and honored servants that ever lived in this commu nity and Lizzie innerited their worthy traits of character to the hIghest de greetIS he was of a modest retiring disposition polite and pleasant to aU and faithful and honest in the perform wnce of her duties to herchurch her employers and her associates Her loss is not alone to the colored race but to the many friends she hatf arnofg the whites TheAcme 1eat ili Market JAS MORAN Jr Propicier Successor to Geo Mullican FreshMeatsfnsNew Stack First Class Staple Groceries Just received a fresh stock of Candles Oranges Apples glad banannas- Y J FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON FRESH PORKToday Thursday and Saturday IRISH AND SWEET POTATOES t A quantity of extra good Pure Country Sorghum Molasses Try em r Brmgme your beet hides and all Country Produce WIUply highest market price If you have an extra good beef for sale phoneme Bring or send your Laundryfirstclass work Guaranteed earnestly sollclt your Ii eralpatronafei JS MORA N Jr DrGT Burton RESIDENT DENTIST leeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First 1asS Springfield Ky ilce in Hagon Block upstairs Local News Notes Bring rk your Butter fgis and Poultry J A Shader The Haydon Willett Drug CO has recently laid down a new floor In their establishment on Main streetI The Tobacco Fair advertised to be held by the Washington County Ware house Co to Saturday last was post ponedon account of the weather The date will be published later The Harrodsburg Cootbal1 team have very exalted ideas of their dignity and importance It appears that the de dined to come to Springfield for a game with our boys unless they were furnished auto transportation Wow Misses and Childrns T rmmed anduntrimmed Hats t prices to SUit your purse Wathen do Shatier- R Walker who lives near town brought into the Sun office this week three of the largest turnips we have ever seen They are of the white variety They nneasured17197E ud21 inches m circumference respectively The largest weighed 4t pounds and the combined weight was about 12 pounds Some turnips They may be seen at this office for a few days Bowlin Alley Open Take a few minuts off and enjoy the healthfdl exercise Regular services in the Methodist church Sundaymorning at 1100 oclock evening at 7OQ oclock Sunday school at IOOQ oclock subjects fpr next Sunday Morning The Kingdom in the Cradle evening Making the Most of Life asermor toyoung people TLJ Wade Pastor When you want fresh Groceries fruits etc Call Telephone 6R- J A Shader NOTICESomeone borrowed from my store abcut a month ago a box of door keys The barrower will please return to Ed M Russel- lNOTICEAll persons iddebted to Hennessey and Baker must come in at once and settle else I shall have to sue to collect the unpaid accounts Marshall Duncan The Ladies of the Catholic church will serve ourt din erin February Mound City paints may cost a little more butJ Mr Leo Haydon The Ladies of the Pleasant Grove church will have a sale of cakes Chick ens and salads on Wednesday Nov 23at Hagan Bros Patronage Solicit edFor firstclass Cleaning and Pressings Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PUESSING CLUB GEO G GQWDY Prop VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE Our Plano Contest is op and the way some of the candidates are working it looks as If it is going to be one that will make the candidates work ike wild fire Below we give the namefi of the candidates that have been nominated some of which are out getting votes Name Votes Marie Arnold17300My- rtle Cocanou her 16200 Bertha Hayes t 16 100 Bessie Cocanougher 14700 Anna Arnold 13400 BernIece Lawrence 10200 Ella WhItehouse a u 9800 Lucy Glaybrooke 9400 Ella Pope 9 100 lassey Wright 7800 Cris tine Kimbetlin 7300 Rattie LoSZsd nL 7200 Mrs Lizzie Barrick 6200 Sadie Young 4 7j Pauline Hagan 4400 Verna arrlcksh 1200- Narinie Goode 1000 1000IWliletteCocanou her 1000 Iva Cocanougher 1000 Ila COcanougher 1000 Anyone wishing to enter this contest or wishes to see a girl friend wm the pIano and she has not been nominated will us the name and she will be started with 1000 votes which is given an candIdates when nominated Watch The Sun for further particulars next we- ekPetersonRice CO TEXAS KY t+ttt + + Iift- I t I S Are now being received by us daily and each day we t are openIng for your in + spection one of the inost attractive lines of Dry +Goods Dress Goods Silks + I T mmings Novelties arid Notions we have ever ++ shown IX We are now shoWing an extra snappy s end Boys Suits andOver + coats Shoes Hats Shirts and Ties + iftititonal q see our s oc of Ladies Suits andSIIr before buying We will betdelighted to show you TtTIT- r 7tsI The RORERTSONICLAYBROOKE co1rlcoRroaATED 4P fit ttttt1 t Birthday Dinner On the morning of Nov 6th the chil dren of Mrs Susie Milburn wife of our good friend Mr W H Milburn each with a basket of good things gathered hack under the parental roof to give their mother a bIrthday dinner whIch was kept such n secret that sloe did not SuspiCIOn anything of the kind until the coming of loved ones revealed It to her After dinner of which thirty eight partook we rePsiredbto the best- room where Rev H Pliatchett read from the good book prayed and gave a good talk suited to the occasion when the writer was called upon for a talk when after prayer and song the little company bade each goodbye with the fond hope of meeting on the faroff shore Mrs Milburn is 49 years old hs eIght living children six boys and two girls One of the oldest Mrs Lee Young died years ago Four married and four still at home and SIX grand children The mother has for many long months been an invalid As we looked pon her in her helpless condi tIon we thought why should it be thus Is there not some power somewhere that can heal Is there no balm in- Gilead Is there no physicians there Must she ever remain in this condition But there areso many things we cannot understan Now we can only sympa thisp and pray but we look forward to the glad perfect day when the sick shall be made wen and disease shall forever flee away May God help the poor at fticted ones M D L C POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass Upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute al offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters will espec rally tatenotlce No favors shown SAM PHILLIPPS r f d no 2 PARitOTT BROS 21 miles Eor town RoL B ADYlf d no s G W COCANOUGHER r f d nO 4 C J HAYDON City p S BARBER r f d no 1 TA GRUNDYr f d no 1 WG GRrrINDY r f d no 1 When a cold becomes settled in the system it will take several days treat ment to cure It and tee best remedy to RemedyItand also leavEs the spstem in a natural and heaithy condition Sold by all Drug gists V q1V W tt HARDINS CHAPfL Mr Leo Haydon and Mr Charlie Greene were the pleasant guests of FridayMrren dined with G W Fenwich and family Sunday Mr Edgar Anderson spent Sunday LogsdonMr Fenwick and daughter spent Sunday with G W Fenlvick and family Miss Mattie Tobin entertained a few of the young folks in a most delightful manner Tuesday night HartfordAnderson MIss Lela Fenwick spent Friday with LogsdonSeveral made their usual SundayMrsWith Mrs Myrtle Bailey Mr H S Litsev is spending this week with hIS daughter Mrs Margaret Breve Miss Hattie Logsdon spent Monday with the Misses Fenwicks Mr M B Hardin was in Marion puslncssThose Mr and Mrs Loyd Fenwick SundliY were Mr and Mrs Bud Coffee md Mr and Mrs W M Baker Mrs Josie Flynn is spending this week with Ben Haydon and tamIJyI to ILL MY PIMPLES DOME el was ashamed of my fa writes Miss Minnie Pickard of Altamahaw IN CHit was all full of pImples and scars but after using D D D Pre scription I can say that now there is no sign of that eczema and that ws three years ago D D D has become so famous as a cure and Instant relief In Eczema and all other serious skin diseases that its value is sometimes overlooked in clearing Up rash pimples blackheads and all other minor forma of skin impuri ties The fact is that while D D D is so penetrating that It strikes to the very rootol Eczema otaov other serious trouble the soothing Oil of Winter green Thymol and other ingredients are so carefully compounded there is no wash for the skin made that can compare with thIs great household iemedy for every kind of skin trouble i L D D IS pleasant to use feet 1ly harmless k the most delicate skin and absolutety reliable A 25 cent hot tie will give you positIve proof of the wonderfuleffectiyenesa of this great Haydon rt1f1TtV t w Croup IS most prevalent during the day cold weather of the earJy winter- months Parents of young children should be prpare for it AU that is needed is a l ttie 01 Chamberlain s Cough Remedy Many mothers are never without itin their homes and it has never disappointed them Sokl all y DruggIsts RIT9I c IRaaFIN II i j THISsixinch welded joint giyea you s continuous one piece roof without s single nailhole through f- It Made of natural mineral asphaltthe best weather Proo8nf khewn NoCoITar- SOLD BY George J ege ann MANUFACTUAEM O- FHandMader Harnessi SPRINGFIELD KY eI 81 18 e HighGrade Sewing Machines At l9 20 and 2250 c AGENTS PRICE X50 and X56- 0Ed M1 Russell Springfield K1 Iel II 1 8IelI 8111 r THE AIt SPRINGfIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER JgIO s IVPBUt sAof Valuable LiveStock totheTHURSDAY NOV 171910 y 24 Head of Mules Jbead of coming 3 Year old Mules allbroke sto work one team 5 ear old mare mules extra t good 16oyelrold Horse Mule J yearling Mules 1 Pair Red Sorrel mare mule Colts and Horse d one Mare Colt Six Brood Mares SixiBrood Mares all In foal to Thurman Peters Jack except one Registeredd mare in foal 10 Red Bird Also 13 year old Bay Gelding Five Head Colts weanling 15 Head of Cattle Shorthorn Jersey yearling weight about yearling heifers eight grade Jersey Heifers andbneLunch Served 1100 a m Sale BeginsPromptlY af 1130 a m rERMS20and Gash Over20 months note interest personal security and ayable in of Springfield t SORT OF IYIIDDIIII EYEAYTHIM SELLS YOUR PRICE IS t r v WI D Caybrooke5M AMPBELL Auctioneer94ia o j f6aMr 1ARDfSrY 1 spentTbo i Mr and Mrs W B Barlow f Rev JA Sims returned home Fri da yafter aseveral days stay with the of thin community spentt4ChapIWednesdayITuesday wIth Mrs Walter Lewis inEt Mrs J A Gray and daughter Miss MRrtha spent Saturday at the home of Mr and Mrs Evan Crow Mrs W B Barlow visIted relatives near Springfield one4ay last week l 4Whie workine the road Saturday Mr happened to a very par frl bought not a serious accident of yearlingcolt and l mare colt by Red Bird One 8y r old Cow and Calf Jyr old Cow and Calf I black Steer bOO Ibs Z black head h all bred to very fine Registered Bull at under Six time with from date with good either Bank rjNO MINE If 3 i people I a piece of rock striking him in the eye cutting a small place in the ball Mrs Thomas Virgin spent last week with her daughter Mrs R D Goodlett Mrs R H Hardin spent Tuesday with her parents Mr and Mrs J H Gray spentTuesdaythr Mrs EVlita Crow at Polin Mrs S G Hardesty who has been at the bedside of her daughter Mrs Kathryn Burriss of Lebanon returned home Sunday spentSundaySoloman Kays MIss Mattie Crooke spent the latter part of the week with her sister Mrs Allie Bishop Mr and MYs James Hardesty enter pullingTuesdayHams Eliza Mitchell Della Lewis Miss Fanny Williams Messrs Edd MItchell Hugh Williams and Master A B Lewis aU reported a delightful time Messrs Wilham and Edgar Gray attended church at Chaplin Sunday night Ii Far for SaleA fine Nelson County Farm of 22 acres on pike 2 miles South of Fredericktown suitable for corn tobacco wheat or oats and is r a splendId stock farm runningwat r in every field ThIs farm has been used as a stock farm for the last ro years and all cleared land is in grass except 40 acres with 25 of that sown in wheat There is cellarfiJi f water in stable a large tobacco or stock barn and allother necess ildings Tenant house 3 acres line young orcu tll J aces 1ofalfalfa Telephone and Rural Route Possession given Jan t- sttif sold immediately Price 4ooo per acre = rr DICKERSONIfIROS1t- f r f dno 3 Bardstown Ky lSALErin i x tA ND r i As Executor of the wilt of John S Riley deceased I will onF ItIIONDAY NOV 14 1910- i JAtABOUT 130 P M i r on the premises on the Springfield and Sharps vll turnpike about 2 miles North of Willisburg and 2 miles miles from haJps- Y tl vile and on the waters of Denbo Creek in Washington county Ky A TRACT OF LANU 1adjoinin the lands of W S Colvin J W Baker MrsN Curtsmger John and John McMillen supposed to contain t 215 Acres More or Less Tobaccotoutbnildingg together with barns etc A survey of the land will be made betore- the day of sale auit will be sold by the acre The land will be offered fn par- celk ija ITERMSOne third Cash remainder on credit ot 1 2 and 3 years with in teregtfroia day of sale JAm retained for unpaid purchase money t WA SELECMANS JCampbell Auctioneer Executor of John S Riley deceased ofgardinMr E A Smothers and family Mr Fralk Hardm and Johnnie Smo thers spent Saturday at the home of Mrs Lucy CREEK verybusybacco rejoicingmother and baby redoing well Joe Lawrence of Lebanon was visiting friends at this place Saturday and Sunday Chas Gowin and wife have returned home after a visit here P H Stumph sold a sow and SIX pIgs to Albert Stumph for 820 Howard Rollms and wIfe of Riley were visiting the laters parents G W Cocanou her and wife Ben Simms and Pat Tobin of Springfield were the guests of Ben Haydon one day last week Sam Roe and Chas Halt were the Gnests of the MIsses Lawrence Sunday evening Alonza Boswell sold his farm toI Woodie Wane of Perryville for 2 40000Isons farm for 2000 Possession will be given Jan 1 1912 lieo Bratton bought an aged horse from Dan Wilkerson for 5 CURING CATARRH Accept Our AdvKa and Try This Remedy rt Our Risk Catarrh is a disease of the mucous membrane The mnvous membrane is one may say the interior lining of the body Catarrh therefore may exist in any part of the system When the catarrhal poison attack the mucous membrane inflammation and congestion are produced and nature fails to throw off the accumulated pois ons The organ which has been afflict ed ceases to perform its proper func tion as nature intended It should The result Is complication upon complication which may lead to other eVen more serious afflictions We honestly believe Rexall Mucu Tore will do wonders toward overcoming catarrh It is made from the pre scription of an eminent physician who made a long study of catarrh and his great success with this remedy was an enviable one We want you If you are d sufferer from catarrh m any form to give Rex all Muculone a thorough trial Use It wIth regularity and persistency tor a reasonable time then if you are not satisfied come back and tell us and without question or formality we will hand you back every cent you paid us This is certainly the fairest offer that anyone could make and should attest our sincerity of purpose It comes in two sizes prices 50 cents and 100 Remember you can obtain it only at the Rexall storeTh Haydn It Willett Drug store I i w V STALLARp D D S SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEET EXTRACtED WITHOUT I Pain nr Dlnlr Done In this office Is first andinstasat9ver cElroy Shad ra GrocerfJ OO OOOOOoooa 0 Personal Notesj 0 osPersonal Newslji 0 o Q oo Mr Slim fiud iris of Louisville has peen bJF Bosley tMiss Anna Maratta is seriously ill at the home of Mr G D Duncan Mr Tom Junk of Louisville visited Mr Tom Duncan last week Mr and Mrs J W McClaskey of Taylorsville have returned home after a vIsit to Mrs Mary LDurrett Mr W T Wells arid daughter MIss Ray bf Wtlhsburg were in town today Msssrs LA Burns S M Camp bell R T Bohannan J L Moore JI H Day F R Nealand Sam Bottoms attended County Court In Lebanon last week Mrs W C M Chord nave a droner party On Friday Nov 4 in honor ofj the 59th anniversary of the marriage of her prerits There were present Mr and Mrs Charles R McElroy Mr and Mrs Wm C McChord Rev and Mrs CIMcElroy Miss Sallie McElroy and CC M McChordIMiss Sue Ray on Friday evening entertained at a beautifully apPOinted six oclock dinner in honor of Mr Sam Hudgins of Louisville who has been the gUest of Mr and Errs C FIBosley Those seated at the dIning table were Miss Ray and Mr HudltinsI Dr and MrS W W Ray Mr andI Mrs C F Bosly Mr and Mrs H P McChord and Rev and Mrs W H WIlI hams After the dinner a delightful musical program was rendend W dding Announcement ZMr Theo C Campbell announces the engagement of his sister MIss Pearl to Mr WIlliam J Russell The wed ding will take glace In Louisville Dec ember 7 1910 Miss Campbell is the daughter of theI late FM Campbell and is an attract- Ive and popular young lady Mr Russell is one of SprinRfields most popular young men and is engaged in theI jewelry business with his father Mr Ed M Russell FakerThompson The wedding of MISS Laura Baker of this place and Ernest Thompson of Nelson county was sulemnized at St Dominics church last rhurstlay afternoon at Soclock Rev P F Hennes sey performing the ceremony The church had been especially decorated for the occasion and was beautiful with Its dressing of cut flowers and pottt plants An arch hadt been erected from which Ii large white wedding bell hung Beneath thIs bell the bride and groom stood while the impressive words were spoken which linked their lives together During the ceremony an attractive musical program was rendered Mrs ofIRichard Edelen of Bards town and Frank Willett and Wathen Simms of this place Tha bride was beautifully attired in a princess gown of blue mousselin trimmed In fur a large black velvet hat trlmmad with plumes and carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Thompson left for their home in Nelson county The bride is the daughter of the late Judge and Mrs W H Baker and a niece of Miss Carrie Edelen She is a member of an old and and prominent family of this county and for the past few years has been prominent in social circles here She has made many friends who will regret to lose her Mr Thompson is a prominent and popular young farmer of Nelson county AnldlllHuslllnd is patient even with a nagging wife for he knows she needs help She may be so nervous and rundown In health that trifles annoy her If she is melancholy excitable troubled wIth loss of appetite headache sleeplessness con spellsshederful remedy for ailing women Thou sands of sufferers from female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used them rnd become healthy and happy Try them Only SOC Satisfaction guaranteed by Haydon Robertson f LTTTTTLTIJJT I Fresh O yYFresh CeleryTELEPHONE Fresh fruits Candies Nuts 8aLight Bread HOt RollsAnd your orde attended to Fancy Cakesand delivered KATIE HERTLEIN BRO DISASTROUS FIRE AT SHELBYVILLE Allen Hu lies Qvery Stable TwentySix Head of Horses and Other Property Gone She bvville Ky Nov 6 Fire wasP discovered at about 2 oclock this mern in Allen Hughes Livery stable on Clay street which resulted in the de struction ot the stable twentysix head horses several adjoining cottages and a number of rigs the property ot citizens Robert Townsend the night watchman wss burned to death in the office ot the stable and William Allen one of the proprietors escaped only after being badly burned The fire is sup posed to aye been thew rk ot em incendiary Towns nds badly charred body was taken from the ruins shortly after day light and lemoved to the undertaking establishment of Shannon Co where it was plsced in a casket The stable was owned by James F Middleton The property loss is between 300 and 4000 the Allen Hughes loss on horses vehicles and liv ery outfit 5000 to 6000 The Shannon undertaking company oss s1250 to 1500 insurance 600 Numerous citizens who kept their horses and rigs at the stable suffered a total loss with insurance Farm for Sale Containing about loo acres 45 acres in grass 8 or 10in timber never failing water frame dwelling good barn 1 mile from railroad convenient to school church etc For further formation call on Dr E L McINTYRE WOODLAWN KENTUCKY A Relullr Tom IIY was Susieclimbing trees and fences dumping ditches whitling always getting scratches cuts sprains bruIses bumps burns or scalds But laws Her mother just applied Bucklens Arnica everythingOld Sores Corns or Piles Try it 25c at Haydon Robertson VALLEY KILL yiitedhisJames Head of near SIMincfie V LThnmaSited Mr and lire T D Shehan oL thiS place Sunday Mr and Mrs Thomas Reed of Book er visited relatives at this place Soli day J F Head is visiting relatives if1i near Frankfort week M Reed was in Springfield this weeec on business Mrs McWhorter and Mrs We1 i erGoatlevThos Reed and wifeof Boiker BatordayMeWhorter a daylastMrs the sickest improvingE 1taHd a sow from W T llUmOr 5000iGOddard Grundy recently purcl a pair of suckling mules from ABWalker for 21500 DRHOAaSe Blood and Liver Restorative ti A Lint Mre 1h 1fwrl THE RELIABLE REMEDY fer 1Ite rrlr et Iiia Skill DiHMe- aStrenghtena I the nerves maka aewr- rich blood increases sPtietite More people owe their healtha Itrength to it than any other rem dy Dorit wait buy bottletodAr ISOLDayir RORe t- The Sou and Courieroura siJS fJlln To ThePeople of Washington I County I We are and have been for the past 39 days receiving the largest stock or FURNITURE ever shown here Being incouraged by the past business we have gone the i r limit and filled every available space with uptodate Furniture and we are prepared by buying i advance to offer our patrons good values for their money We there fore earnestly solicit an inspection and think you can findwhat you want at our unusual low Aces LEACHMAN f x y CAMPBELL r rTTT TMTf Y I t Hr Y ter 4r 1y sla Lawreaco Biakeley lawyer goes to theareeeiToka Gilmore millionaire In the Tatters hQYiMhels attracted by the picture ot a girl Gilmore explains Is his grand htcr Alison West He says her father ts a rascal and a friend ot the forger A lady requests Blakeleyto buy her lowervJ tslII a drunken stupor In lower ten awakeNlThomanfaHarringtonTheleys clothes Is suspected Blakeley becomes Interested in a glrl1n blue Cir 0 cuntaattal svidence places Blakeley un j Ismarm6eokes esteif CHAPTETt x S4Ir Welt Request heldIpeechl21the breakfast table was gone there t was no hint of the response with which tOle8be had met ply non cenai ealliea She stood there whitelippedunsmiling staring down the dusty road One hand was clench ed tight over some small object Her eree dropped to It from the distant quickindrawnHer color came back slowly Whatever had caused fbe change she said atcJ 4iberate masculine way ot getting my things together Afterward recalled that I bad wanted to explore the barn v11ttttatIh had refused to allowine to thingslaterdid not At the time I was only com pletxely bewildered Save the wreck the reaperiaibility for which lay be tweet Provi4ence and the engineer of the aeooad section all the events of tat strange morning were logically c9knecteiii they came from one cause and teJldt4 unerringly to one end endsotNot until we hd left the house well behLa did the girls faFa relax lb tense lines I was watching her More ety than T had realized for alongtheatmitii1teIJa10w the bat f11 dreadfuL Green Jwar oinks Die look ghastly Perhaps it was the green I was Youknowialmost pallid to me- Sho glanced at me quickly but was gazing ahead We were out of sight of age house now and with everY step Sway from it the girl was obviously rieved Whatever she held nIn tier hand she never glanced at It- Qutibe Was conscious of it eVery see otld She seemed to come to a de- cisloa about n while We were stlll in sight of the Late for she murmured something and turned back alone going swiftly hr feet stirring up small pa of dust at every step She fast posttjoinedmeJut the elcnclted fingers were tree flow and while shelooked tired and wort the wtrain lad visibly relaxed m walked aTng slowly in the general direction ot the suburban trolley emptywtglance at the epringless vehicle I de dined The ends ot the bone think they ate caStanets as it Is 1 explained But thee ladyto rhe young lady however declined and we went onn together Once when lie trolley line was In sight she got a pebble In her tow shoe and we sat down under a tree until she found the cause at the trouble II don tknow what I should have- done Without yon i blundered Moral support andand all that Do roe know my first conscious thought after the wreck was of relief that tou had not been hurt She was sitting beside me whore a big chestnut tree shaded the road and hericeieen meantt to produce And my first thought she said IQWYTW8 regret that TIthat I outUkeii1 amowr talking Butter lips were trembling and beUse the little shams of society are forgotten at times like this i leaned lightlywhow 1CYoumust not SBy those things I expostulated Perhaps after all your Crf ads II had no friends pnth train I etr ekewail hard again her to flail her band from el mind ckly dcclslvely ear as iiri1ghtcozal towardd ua- t b i The steel finger of civilization of pro priety of visiting cards and formal IJ- Itroductlons was beckoning us In Miss West put on her shoe We said little on the car few passengers stared at us frankly and discussed the wreck emphasizing Its horrors The girl did not seem tOI hear Once she turned to me with the Quick unexpected movement that was one of her charms l do not wish my mother to know I was in the accident she said WIll you please not tell Rlrhey about hay ing met me J gave my promise or course Again when we were almost Into Baltimore she asked to examine the gunmetal cigarette case and sat silent with It In her hands while I told of the early mornings events on the Ontario So you see I finished this grip everything I have on belongs to a fel low named Sullivan He probably left the train before the wreckperhaps just after the murder And soyou think he committed thethe crime Her eyes were on the cigarette case Naturally I said A man doesnt jump oft a PUllman car In the middle of the night in another mans clothes unless he is trying to get away from somethIng Besides the dirk there were the stains that you saw Why I have the murdered Plans pocket book in this valise at my feet What does that look liken I colored when I saw the ghost of a smile hovering around the corners of her mouth That is I finished if care to believe that I am in nocentIThe sustaining chain of her small gold bag gave way just then She did not notice 1t I picked it up and slid the trinket Into my pocket for safe keeping where I promptly forgot It Afterwards I wished I had let it lie un noticed on the floor of that dirty little suburban cir and even now when I see a woman carelessly dangling a similar feminine trInket I shudder In voluntarily there comes back to me the memory of a girls puzzle eyes under the brim of t flopping hat the haunting suspicion of the sleepless nights that followed Just then I was determinl that my companion should not stray back to the wreck and to that end I was determinedly facetious Do you know that It is Sunday she asked suddenly and that we arc actxallyragged1t Never mind that I retorted All Baltimore is divided oU Sunday Into three parts those who rise and go tchurch those who rise up and read the newspapers and those who dont rise up The first are somewhere be tween the creed and the sermon and we need not worry about the others You treat me like L child she said almost pettishly Dont try so hard to be cheerful Itit Is almost ghostly After that subsided like a pricked balloon and the remainder of the ride was made In silence The information theIImy putting her into a cab I strucK it and gritted my teeth with the pain It was probably for tb ireason that I forgot the gold big outIhow I cannot tell you how grateful- s s J J I am J muttered something about the gratitude being mine Owing to the knock I was seeing two cabs and two girls were holding out two hands Remember they were both say log yoU have never met me Mr Blakeley Andif you ever hear any thing about methat is notpleasant I want you to think the best you can of me Will you + The two girls were one now with little flashes ot white light playing all around Im afraid that I shall think too well for my own good 1 said unstedily And the cab drove on CHAPTER XI The Name of Sullivan 1porarllyInhome i was pretty far gone when 1 stumbled out uf a cab almost into the scandalized arms of Mrs Klopton In 15 minutes I Was in bed with that good woman piling on blankets and blisterIng me lu unprotected places with hotwater bottles And in an hour I had had i whiff of chloroform and Dr Williams had set the broken bone I dropped asleep then waking In the late twilight to a realization that I was at home again without the pa AndyIa hanging over my head and with some thing more than an Impression of the girl my best friend was In love with a girl moreover who was almost as ItselfIdles I groaned half aloud Mra putiEuphemia she said to some one outside the door telephone the doe tor that he Is still ramblIng but that Ito has switched from green ribbons to riddles tlTheres nothing the matter with me Mrs Klopton I rebelled I was only thinking out loud Confound that cloth Us trickling aU over me I gave It a fling and heard it land with a soggy thud on the floor Thinking out loud is delirium Mrs Klopton said Imperturbably A fresh cloth Euphemia This time she held it on with a firm pressure that I was too weak to re sist I expostulated feebly that I was drowning which she also laid tomy mental exaltation and then I finally dropped into n damp sleep It was probably midnight when I roused again I had been dreaming of the wreck and It was Inexpressibly com forting to feel the stability of my bed ann to realize the equal stability or Mrs Klopton who sat fully attired by the night light reading Sdenco and Health Does that book say anything about opening the windows on a hot night 1 I suggested when I had got lay bear logs She put it down immediately and came over to me It there Is onetime when Mrs Klopton is chastrned =and It Is the only oneit Is when she reads Science and Health I dont like to open the shutters Mr Lawrence she explained Not since the night you went away hut pressed further she refused to explain The doctor said you were not to be excited she persisted IHerfs your beef tea Not trop until you tell me I saidIttrimly Besides you know very wen there nothing ihe uiatir wIth k r s me This arm of mine Is only a false belief I sat up gingerly Now why dont you openthat window Mrs Klopton succumbed Because there are queer ft ingson that house next door she said it you will take the beet tea Mr Lawrence I will tell youThe queer golngson however proved to be slightly disappointing It seemed that after Ileft on Friday night a light was seen flitting fitfully through the empty house next door Euphemia hall seen it first and called Mrs Klopton Together they had watched it breathlessly until it disappeared on the lower floor You should have been n writer of ghost stories I said giving my pillows a thump And so it was fit tang fitfully Thats what It was doing she re- Iterated Fitting fitfullyI mean flit ting flnuIlyhow you do throw one out Mr Lawrence And whats more It came again Oh come now Mrs Klopton I objected ghosts are like lightning they never strike twice In the same night That is only worth half a cup of beef teaL You mat ask Euphemia she retorted with dignity Not more than an hOUr Lifter there was a light there again We saw St through the chinks of the shutters Onlythis time It be gan at the lower floor and climbed You oughtnt to tell ghost stories at night came McKnights voice from the doorway Really Mfs Klopton Im amazed at you You old duffer Ive got to thank you for the worst day ot ly life Mrs Klopton gulped Then Aeallz ing that the old duffel was meant for me she took her empty cup and went out muttering The Pirates crazy about me isnt she McKnltht said to the closing door Then he swung around and held out his hand lsy Jove he said Ive been lay ing you out aU day lilies on the door bell black gloves everything It you had the sense of a mosquito iIi a snoWstotz you would have telephoned- me I never oven thought of it I was filled with remorse Upon my word Rich I hadnt an idea beyond getting away from that place It you had seen what I saw- 1IcKnIghtstopped me Seen itWhy you lunatic Ive been digging for you all day In the ruins Ive lunched and dined on horrors Give me something to rinse them dbwn Louie He had fished the key of the cel larette from its hiding place in m1 shoe bag and was mixing himself what he called a Bernard Shawa foundation of brandy and soda with a little of everything else In sight to giveit snap Now thnU saw him clearlY he looked weary igrimy I hated to tell him what I new he was waiting to hear but there was no use wading In by inches ducked and got it over The notes arc gone Rich t said as quietly as I dould In spite of him self his face fell iIof course I expected it ht said ButMrs Klopton said ores gwLi r- i i The Notes Are Gone Rich the telephone that you had brought home n grip end I hopedweU Lord knows we ought not to complain Youre here damaged but here Hi lifted his glass Happy days oU manIf you will give me that black bot tIe and teaspoon Ill drink that is arnica or whatever the stuff Is Rich the notts were gone before thE wreck He wheeled and stared at me tht bottle In his hand Lost strtiyed a stolen hQ Queried with foth d lightness Stolen although I believe the theft was Incidental to something else Mrs Klopton came in at that Cf ment with nn egg nog In her hand She glanced at the clock and with out addresrlng anyone In particular she intimated that It was time far sell respecting folks to be at home in bed McKnight who could never resist t fling at her back spoke to roe Sa 1Iitnle whisper fro J 1 c iT1lmlio4 WRONG INi THAt DIAGNOSIS Physicians Method May Have lean All Right but Here He was at Fault We are told that the latest sensation In the medical world is the asser bylooklncan complaint1ichthis really as novel at tt Is supposed to be I recollect hearIng some time ago of a doctor who said to a patient who was under examination 411cau see by the appearance ot your right eye what is the matter with you You are suffering from liver 41My right eye asked the patient Yes returned the shows me plainly that your lIvetis out of order Excuse me doctor said the patient apologetically My right eyes a glass one One of the Best Rest Cures Is a good story To many women it Is as good as a trip away from home When you are tired out and your nerves are on edge try going off by yourself and losing yourself in some good story You will in nine cases cut of ten come back rested and invigorated woman who has passed Serene lOne many years of hard work that go with the managing of a house and brInging up of a large family of children said that she considered it the duty of every busy housekeeper to read a certain amount of trash light fiction for the rest and change to the mind that it would giveTry it you who lead a strenuous life and who sometImes grow exceedingly weary of the same The Key to Germany Capt Charles King the author praised at the Milwaukee club the German elet lent in Milwaukees population I know a soldier said Capt King who met the kaiser last yearin Berlin You have a thorough knowledge ur best thought and customs said th kaiser Have you ever been to Ge many before O yes sir said the soldier What cities have you visited Berlin and Hamburg asked the kaiser No sir said the soldIer Mil waukee That First Invented Sleep Now blessings light on him that first Invented this same sleep It covers a man all over thoughts and all like a cloak It is meat for the hungry drink for the thirsty heat for the cold and cold for the hot It is the current coin that purchases an the pleasures of the world cheap and the balance that sets the king and the shepherd the fool and the wise man even There is only one thIng which somebody once put Into my head that t dislike In sleepit Is that it resembles death There Is very little dlt ference between a man in his first sleep and a man in his last sleep From Cervantes What About Him Tho talk had gone back and fro and the youthful socialIst had been an hisImen the truth but tried to make their living by deceIving people Millionaires andoWners financiers we scarified all of them who cheat the public uNo one should make a lIving by deception said the young man Then a Quiet voIce from a woman came from the corner ot the sofa What about the conjurerLondon Ohronlcle The Next War Was a bomb dropped on the shipT Yes but It was counter mianced by a torpedo which exploded under her at the same moment ge Anaemia Is often temporarily mis taken for virtue AFTER SUFFERING ONEYEAR CUred by Lydia l3 Pink hamsVegetabl e Compqund Milwaukee W1 Lydia EP1mk hams Vegetable COmpOund s made Iii me a woman and Iwould like to thewholewor1dfj fromfemnletrouble andfearful pi11n theksaU decided 4tha I had a tumorI r ii in addition to ni femaiotroub an advised an opera LPinkhamgme a wen woman and I have no more bytollingYe table has done for 833First6btilwaukee The above is OID one of the thousands ofgrJtefu1 letters which ire received bI the Pinkham Medicili1e Company of L YaHwhlohproTe a Pli1kham Vegetable Cosa pound made from roots and barbs illseaseshave failed and that every such suf- erln twoman owes it to herself to at VefetableupphoMrs PInkham of Lynn Mass Invites an lick women to write her fora dYlce She has guided thousands to health an hen advice U free Dont Persecute our Bowels C eat c eltt TNtaabeeeeeerry Try CARTERS LITTLE uvF PII I rw WCART taIeCerCr lILtS a ltJ2 geeriTiwegrheriw- seu Ststaf De Stf Pds- GeI QI Si tm t iONEYNTRAPlr ItwrNViiM aet LrYYMaUbR ROOSEVELTS OWl 101kA- fzlca Game Trails JWants r by thouands hoe CbrlKeeaa edit Ns ears N ceded Am Isevrntohca Betake N to the fanerkesin his locality O er lv of Bold and blrh Com lug Take the great chance and write forprospectul aewteCHAJtUI- SCJtIBNEIlS SONS 153 R s JlJItJa vnae New York tthe wooer Lent tooeeuful of treat DIAA TESwith Salsaso there is api4 re of au lepowerIssAL Y6668 Plae St Write tyl NLitebnstIimgaette teeIl ttlo as aee seonoy sz w rcllMakla1lKlr7 TAKE s- oiHE t PIE NEST MEDICINE COLD 1IfIMUNYONSEMINENT DOCTORS AT YOUR SERVICE FREE We sweep away all doctors charges We put the best medical tiIeat within everybodys reach We encourage everyone who aikor thinks ho ails to find Ut exactly what his state of health I You em get our remedies here at your drug store or not at all as you prefer there is Positively no charge for examination Professor MunYon has prepared specifics for nearly every disease which are CIltprepl on receipt oftprice and sold by all druggistsnSend today for a copy of our mec1ical examination blank and Guide to Health which we WIll mllli you promptly sand if you wifanswer ill the questions returning blank to us our doctors will carefully diapoM your case and advise on fully without I penny charge Address Munyon 8 Doctors MunYons LaboratorIes lS3c1 ci leffersoa Streets Philadelphia Paw LDOUCLAS3 3250 4 sS4 SHOES FOR woMEiv ME1- ya BOYS SHOE s2001l260e300 BET TK WORLD W1 DIHHII as 100 o aIHI a- as UakTv hr tlte Mat Bead aced arattry aMa fir tile IHf MAaerfM a tlte at t r yet ra De you realise that my IhoM have been the etaadardfer over 30 Jean that I make and tell more oott3O s 400 shoes than any ether mansfaetnrer In the US sad that DOL LAB FOR DOLLAR I GUARANTEE MYSHOES tol d their chap look and ftt betterand Wear losgerthanany other UMfI- 3ZS0 or 400 chose you can buy Quality counts It JiM made my shoes TUB LEADERS THE WORLD Yen will be pJeued When you buy m7shoes lcanee ltat sled appearaaea and when Itoomes time for you to psireekaUt Bother pair you will be more than pleased becaoee tke last ones Wore se well andgave you co muck eomteiit aa CAUTIONInaroeandpdartampedontheIrttomTAKENOSUiiST TUT UJHet l1Ofw iotuLSa uesR6writetailsaatkeert atalsK1Lr l v r j t r U M rft I I iui I r I Agatha Pel1fYl1 Sl Query By EMMA J BOWEN LCopyright 1910 by Associated Literary PressIPenelopeAunt Penny for shortwaved a lean ringed hand at roW ot ancestral portraits on the walla These she said sternly are the people on whom you are deter AgatheItw not the first time In my ex perience that Aunt Penny had brought me before this court of the put that hung in the upper halL I had broken my engagement one Aunt Pelutykad planned and executed for me slid with the wedding day but a week cff For fortyodd years Aunt Penny had- worshiped at the shrine of family as It was pictured hereFdr instruction correctloa or reproof she had always brought me to face these shadows In their atrocious frames To her they reflected the glorious and honorable put of the family of Penryn To me they seemed I quaint half giddy array ot men ad women who in their day and time had believed themselves unworldly and correct Some of the women wore monstrous hoopskirts some of them held up attenuated arms to display legomutton sleeves oth ere faced the world from the depths of huge pOke bonnets TheY were all objectlessohs teaching the absurdity of some Sashious that have passed awaySome of the men with their great shoe buckles resembled the pictures of George Washington some of them these must have been the poetart lats 1of the Penrynswore wildly longhair that had the appearance of be ing uncombed None of thee gentle men lathe matter of apparel would r ttd fr r r r hS La Fate Down on the Floor a Perfect RuInn has passed muster In any society o which I mew unless perhaps they butiwitl the members Of a walters union For the most part the faces of m forbears were fat placId smirkin- t and satisfied In expressIon In the eyes there was a look of reproach fo me with one exception I thought detected In the face of my great uncle Peter Penryn a look of lobe sympathy Hlsportr hung lows than the rest at the rear of the hail for a reason Tradition said that afte- a long engagement arranged for Jcle Peter by his friends he had bee sued for breach of promise that h had eagerly paid what the tour thought was sufdci nt balm for hi act of treachery and had lived an died a bachelor thus losing cast e honorablpeoplewall as followed Aunt Penny to their high tribunal to explain wh the engagement was brokenwhy I would not be marrIed as she and the ancestors had expected It was a twin ordeal for me I loved Aunt Peuny devotedly and had spent 20 years u der her roof and in her carei was tlveand twenty The wedding trousseau was upstairs corn of it In the partially packed trunks md the bridesmaids were In readines and on tiptoe the wedding breakfast was ordered I knew that the break- Ing of my promise wo ud give Aunt Penny the most Intense plln as It had dqneITo save her feelings and to keep my place In her affections I descended to subterfuge i Aunt Penelope I declared R- IIRltmy fault that LeonMr Masters desires to break the engagement Desires What are you swain gatha Declines to marry a Penr with the invltatlons all out the bisho Invited to preside and with a beauU- fu bride such u will be He does I faltered with a sudden determination to see Leon Mastera at once and make him tell Aunt Penny t U was his wish to be tree Why I had t come tf the decision not to marry Leonnhy 1 had sent him a letter breaking oft the marriage att the last moment t could hardly explain I felt that hits being YOWlger than I Leon was twentytwoall at once sep arated us We had played together ill childhood we had been sweethearts in early youth but with the wedding day a week off I felt that I Yeas taking a mean advantage of a child to marry Leon I did not love him But I might have known better tba to tell Is story to Aunt Penny burlx fighter that she was Since I cocid remember Aunt Penny had never been so happy as when she was do- Ing battle with some one I loved her warlike spirit but when she changed In a minute to the soldier she was and declared Agatha this shall be looked aster Immediately I saw far consequences of my rash conduct She left me with her Ine eyes glow- Ing with battle light and I fled In the limousine that had waited for me for an hour to the office of Leon Masters He had received the hater that morning I knew If the malls had done their usual work He took me to his Inner sanctum and Ihurled my explanation LeonMrltilastersIve told Aunt Penny that youthat you are the one who didnt wishshe is hUrt very much hurt Leon and angry and tnought that perhaps you would tell her that it Is you who decided that It isnt best Leon looked unutterably relieved Is that aU Agatha 1 he sold I was afraidvery much afraidthat you dId not mean that you might have reconsidered your letterthatyou were notthatt you wanted to go on you know HIs blunt words his evident SIlUS faction with what Iliad done brought the hot blushes to myface And I had expected to find him overwhelmed with griefhad even pie tured his efforts to win me back So I stammered you really drdnt No Agatha l really didnt but I would not have caused you anyer embarrassmentnot for a Kings ran som And dad had set his hearty on ithe thinks you are perfection Agathaand you are I didnt want you ever to suspect how I had really begun to feel about 1t Dear old Aunt Penny Of course Ill see and tell tordo Worse and worse Home I went hot and trembling I shut myself f- nmroom and would see no callers Toward evening when I had reasoned It all out and had begun to be glad we had both been saved from our friends and from the great mistake Aunt Penny came to me with a tri umphant light In her eyes Agatha my pOQr lamb she said Leone father has come to set things right You must come down and see him When I reached the drawing room where he waited I could not help thlnklqg how young and handsome Leons father looked He might have been fortyfivehe had been a wid myhandAgatha Miss Penryn he said what can I say to youwhat can ilo fSitting there with my hand In his the whole bald disagree able truth He bent over me when finishede whispered Dear Love that had fled tram a tong InstantgLeons father and I knew it I inIt0 arms came in soon anrd wardryras a on Leonra gos alwaysn It over e checktseven but 9there would be no scandal I would be a mother to Leon after all but wheen came When I went upstairs on that night glanceyd ancestors They seemed to smile ap proval at me all but one My great uncle Peter Penryn lay face down on the floor a perfect ruin When ho fell or why I never knew Was he ashamed of me I wonder or was ehe overcome with joy Hindu Superstition The Indian Antiquar contains the following note taken frm a Bombay General Letter Starch 171707 that appears in volume I of Bombay Ab stracts itmustrat s the close control that the authorities at that time exercised over religious bodies- Upon a dream of a negro girl of- Mahlm that there was a mine of treasure who being overheard relating It wentgandynthe ground but fout nothing iPthey goto Bundnrra at Salsett where disagreeing the government there take notice of the same and one of them anlnhahitant of Bombay Is sent to the Inquisition at Goa which proceedings will discourage the inhab fronts Wherefore the genearll Is desired to issue a proclamation to release him and if not restored In daysnoRoman CathoUck warship tt be allowed the islalldi 1 BARTS TENDER SKIN Chafed Sore and Bleeding Quickly Cured Mrs J Fpeal Kansas City Bans writesI speak too highly of Res Lao When our baby was four months old she was so fat that she chafed in the creases of her legs and body She was so sore and inflamed that she bled and was fretting and cryIng al most constantly Reslnol Ointment was recommended to us We had tried everything thatcould be thought of without success but Reslnol cured her in a very short time We consider It the best household remedy for Irritating skin troubles and would not be without it We are also greatly Pleased with Soap It is so delightfully refreshing for the bath Reslnol Ointment Reslnol Toilet Soap and Reslnol Medicated Shaving SUck are high grade standard prepar reUabllltyhavfL1V9n homes They are for sale at pvery drug store on the American Continent and by all leading chemists in countries tileSklameatloaIsgDaltlmere Mil Why the Boy Gave Thanks Alan had played the entire day with little brother without an impatient word After sayIng his customary prayer that night his mother suggest ed that he add I thank God I was not Impatient with little brother to fervencythere were some other things he would like to thank God for and forth with he closed his eyes and said I thank God I offered my candy to father before taking any myself I thank God loitered my candy to mother before taking any myself r thank God I offered my candy to little brother before taking any my self And I thank God there was go- mleftLippincotta e + Procrastination I heard a tale the other day of a buyacheaper perhaps And so he dallie d year by year the cheapest wheel to buy but long before the cheapest gear that yap hehlld to die And so by putting oft the day we mIss the wine of life and some there are In just that way who thus will miss a wile Get busy now you timid swain pro surelyonSome wait too long to make a pIck ot husbands or of wife and then some take a broken stick and make a mess of lifeH B Benedict in JudgeIKin by Marriage A caller was talking to a small Ha- lem girl who is extravagantly fond b her mother She likes her father well enough but he Is far from being fire In her affections The caller knowing the situation asked the child why sh didnt love her father as she did he mother Oh you see she explained loftily he Is only kin to us by marrIage iuD OJ Oslo Crrt or loUOOto r teIiJorfJArtnelbwtaese In the city of Toledo Gbunty and State ofONEweBALLSFRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subsctlbed my PrtMtethis day of Deeember D Jlla- j GLEA90NasAL ua saddirectlyRstem Send tot tNUmonl1 free Q80ldlake I3Ua Family P1W for ooaatlpaUeL Persevering mediocrity is much more respectable and unspeakably more useful than talented incott sistencyDr Hamilton RheumatismI dnvsTake as mpch pains to forget what we ought ndt to have learned as to retain what we ought not to forget Mason Mrs WInelbw s Soothlag ayrbp msreducvsiYIts up to a man to choose between two evils when he is asked to beat the carpet or take care of the baby while his wife does It Some people treat the sermon as a laWo dhote dinner picking out the things that will not agree with them HIS LtJELIHOOD AT STAKE Certainly Candidate for Governor Could Not Expect to Get That Vote An incident In which former Gov Odell of New York figured as the vIc tim was told by Col James Hamilton Lewis at a recent banquet When Gov Odell was last running for office said Col Lewis there had been a great deal of talk about NIa- gara falls and the electrical power that could be conferred on all parts of New York One day an old negro halted Mr Odell and said Mr Odell is orunnln for gov ner sah l rI amanswered the candidate I guess yo want my vote dens said the old colored man- Well I would like to have your vote Zeb lhave knoWn you for so many years i well I jlst want to ask you a question Mr Odellbefo I give mah vote to you Are yo for electric lights In dls town l Well Zeb I am for all modern Improvements said Odell with a slight flourish 4Well cab Icaint vote for you done for lightert J 1 J7pgt7 Xcr47Nr7- 2BIN rCWIT JFRtIN dNGRINDR1F AWFUL BURNING ITCH CURE IN A DAY In the middl91of the night of March 30th I up a burning itch in my two hands and 1 felt as it I could pull them apart In the morning the itching had gone to my chest and dur ing that day It spread allover m body I was red and raw from the to of my heady to the soles of my feet an I wr In continual agony tram th itching I could neither lie down nor 1sit up I happened to see about CuU cure Remedies and I thought I would give them a trial I took a good bath with the Cutltmra Soap and used the Cutilura Ointment I put It on from my head down to my feet and then went to bed On the first of April I felt like a new man The itching was thfcorntEast 43rd Street New York City Apr sotrd Chem Corp Sole Props Boston Mass CheerIng Up the Guide Remember Benny said the hunter who had arranged with the guide were not hiring youyoure simply one of our party Whats on your mind inquired the guideWell you see In case anything happens we dont want to be trouble- with thIs new employ rs liabillt Y law admitted the eau ut hunter PUCk TRY MURIN EYE REMEDY far Red Weak Weary Watery Eyes anl Oranulated Eyelids Murine Doesnt SmartSoothes Eye Pain Druggists Sell Murine Eye Remedy Liquid 25c- 50c X100 Murine Eye Salve In Aseptic Tubes 25c1 00 Eye Books and Eye Advice Free by Mall Murlue Eye Remedy Co Chicago sNatural Query Mrs ThynnDont you think I look plump In this gown ThynnYes DId you have It made sic an upholsterers U you would be pungent be brief for It Is with words as with sunbeams the more they are condensed the deeper they burDSo they Some folks never feel saintly until they have n chance to syndicate theIr sorrows iF rCASTOgiAa rorInfantland C ildre0 CTO1The Kind You Have Always BOIIght PER A- LCOHOL3 ctablePreparationfor similati theYooQandRe ua J3earstha4 tI Stomafhs andBowe s of- it Signature fitPromotes Di stionJCheerrut nessandRestContainstleither- q ftfl Opium Norphine nor Mineral 111 t NOT NARCOTIC Rrripr IJDrS IlIElmH llLftkaI JihrlieUrJelb 411 sJ tiJlpWi ntn sirl rJrIl fits uO ion WidnFIUS81 Worms 1iQ ness and LOSS OF SLEEPFor Over lac Slmlle Signa lure Tffirt Ysarsp0rim CENTAUR COMPANYt NEW YORK Gyaranteed CISJORIIunder the Foodas l Exact Copy of Wrapper Awteew + erees er NetlncomeJ3OOOD From 28 Acres d 9 of California Land t J The original price perIacre was 40 Planted r andPdPears it yields 3000 n year net andwould be cheap at l t 500an acre I This is only one example of what has been done in a climate that draws tourists from allover the world IUnion Paifio d Southern PacificrStandard ihonte of tII wtElectric Block Sldnal s l For further facts and accurate informlt t don shoot California call on or address GEIgII IfO1tT P T II 1rAIp171racOIII JCEJL t For DISTEMPER ntI1 i CatairrfaIe tP dserecure sadyselUteyrerahreasaatteheleeestaq wteesmee l ereposed J ioeoa MlIOHIBcItTeateekred7 CuNlIA a bottle K fad Xeep1totllaoWorRrd fs kmdUUwuSed zee SPOHN MEDICAL CO IlsactarS =lose SDSKEI 1tJ CRUISES 2 AROUND TIlE WORLDTWO GRAND CRUISES of about three and oneMs mouths duration each The ftrstto leave New Perk Ner1 1111 and the second from Saernmtycs tab 17 1912 by the large transatlantic steamer Rt1a frets Cleveland 650 A lactfidial AU Expeeaa Also Oratae to the WEST INDIES the OUNT sad SOUTll AKEJUCA- wiaa frr 1Jwtrltt6tl fiilir- NMaIJRG AMERICAN LINT 4145- Drwa New Yrk Ix1717 l eaL Ipace book ana PATENTyour FR XtahUahe4 auK WuIaJacUaCo QOYERNMEMT biyereebooktete7bta11chow todayNow EARL OPKINS Raeimal D Insomnia tomnia with which 3 btbeeafor twenty yore ud IcaaY tW carets hate me mate lMYoilier remedy I have erec trlIia Icertainly recaci gend them tic nil k iiiP- as being all repleIeaSLHThoo Pleaaot Palatable oleatTuDo Good Never S4cheeIWeakar 1 25cOcNeree told la blk TM Ne uie tabletstamped CCc GrtrMMcares roar awasrbaok PITE NTJ01UlBTRURUU1StWai 2 Dearloeet W N Ui CINCINNATI NO 1110u tYuu4IJIrnhlthttttrlPUTNAM FADELESS DYES 1 f1 I 1ra 0- l b iaeue afWue s aMN MY01MMN =vMaaeeW o Ik IINtli r s s ii TREAT YOURSELFto the BEST I0 c 1 01 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 t- 9IOYPLANTERS4 f f LOOSE LEAF WAREHOUSEI SPRINGFIELD KY TANDY QUISENBERRY b CO Proprietors DAILY AUCTION SALES WELL LIGHTED SALES FLOOR darterWlIoutchen Bros Sale i af LAND and Small Amount of Personal Property ON TuesdayNov 151910ocl- ock10 a m at the residence ofS A Houtchens near c ChaPhnKY1 Yr By vIrtue of aJudgment of the Nelson Circuit Court the Master Commissioner of count landJghwill be soddn nine O tracts as follows Tract1Hobbs Tract Contains f g9s more or less No 2Greerie Tr ctjontalns 20- 5acrest fO more or less exclusive of one equare poll for an old grave yard Tract No GrundyTfct 101 acres more or less SShlelds offered of land will be sold with r2 and for portions of money l he or required to bonds bearing 6 per cent interest1 i from date until paid Said will be taken payable to P C Eversole administrator the sra annexed of T E Hodtchens and P C Eversole and P Neale committee of S A Houtchens sur trvi1g partner Hontchens Bros There will be at the same time one wheat drill one mower and same other property tPerhAWe t will P S Neale to offer some of his Shetland Ponies this date at conclusion sale EVERSOLE NEALEr1 Committeer VERY INTER i t1 1IN6 STORY if fffiljmlDerudio who Was Sen fortues In t iJ i i li ALos dispatch says Maj- t retiredrdied yesterday at his biome aged rev tYefght years tiU n Emperor and an mDressquar1trelkd on his account readyfor led to the lZtJilotine and his clothing tke knife was to fall he Was reprieved ra long time he was a t a dungeon but he escaped and afterII a series of remarkable r tBorni1ian a turbulnt career by all i with GaribaldLwhile still hardJyI more a Fron Italy he wentI with three to Paris th four attempted to kIll Napoleon IIII end EmPrevs Eugenie ifor this three of them were sentence ko beRuilotined pjti one of the conspirators was first and Deftudio was to next e He had said farewell to his wif and child and was ready to die in thecase Pieri Priesta marched o side of him His arms wer bound behind him and his clothing was scrapped from his waist up so there could be nothing to block the blade in Its fall As a last favor DeRudio asked that tile be allowed to a pipe fait u f 1tEbcco The executioner tiled the FPe for the doomed man placed itIn athis mouth and furnished a light Thrt- name the rep ievt i he secret of the reprieves tha ltieRudtos wile had soimPresse the her tearful 4pleas for her husbands life that the J1press to wm mercy tor the tindemned man from Napoleon III ha d styG4IOeOD g tuoOCO o 0 gre 1 Ate C IrQ iPhil u tIll0 aetieaaaeaeneaeaeaeoeae Z ry I Tract Na Tract 112k acres more or less Tract No 6Mtry Houtchen3Tract 368 acres more ot less This tract will be offered in fouitracts and as- a whole and the way It brings the most money it will sell Said of 6 is the purchaser Qf Offered and two personal on the than boy with smoke issued graces herself that the execution be When stop edIRadios escapee from deathhe was furious He and ills Empress had a violent quarrel 1 beludlO only had a shAdglea o hope He was tried once more and again wascondmned to die Hy thi time the Emperors wrath had cled and the tears of the Empress were to much for he commuted th- entences to life imprisonment in one v Frances settlements TheteRudis- pent o more than five years and then by taking advantage of a series of queer happenings he managed to escape and make his way to America He joins- Company A of the Seventy ninth New York Volunteers asa private fought l under Gen Grant and other great corn manders and when he was mtatere- out in 186a he was Second Lieutenant InfantryTwoSeventh Cavalry and under Custer saw much Indian figsting In 1676 Deltudio was wIth the Custer- command that Was massacred at the Little Big HornrISUBSCIUBEftS FREE COLUMN buItons of good timothy hay Telephone sixtytwo 62 Mrs J R Barber Rt 2 has for sale Pure Bred Bronze Goblins and Silver eacheMrs H J CocanQuJther Texas Ky leghorncockern aeIithorou201Dushelsale S C B Leghorn roosters at 76 each Also a few of lies C L Brady sthck at 50c Sam Tucker rt 1 has for sale Rhode Island Red cockerels and 1 each until JaQ 1 tMrs Irvine Lynch Lebanon Rt 8 has for sale Pure Bred Brown Leghon Cockerels and som nice hen Mrs C L Brady Rt 3 has tor ale Barred Plymouth Rock Coekerels tleach OOOOOO OOOOOOD Q Preserve Your Teeth by the use ot a good tooth powder o paste or liquid Dont bother wIth 0 any of the trash hunded out by the 0 socaned bargain stores Come to this drug store and get the denti trice that you can rely on The same thing with all other toilet aids Better pay us a little more tor the real thing than to pay anything for worthless imitationsaHaydn WillettTHE PRESCRIPTION STORE n afJeDetttefeiieiaetttDatcte Tract No 7TYler Tract i acre Tract No 8SusanMarshall Tract being a lot in the town of Chaplin Ky Tract No 9 Con8istingof about 2 acres more or less situated at the junction the Chaplin and Bloomfielq and Chaplin and Ashes Creek turnpikes lt a credit months equal purchasers will be execute bonds with S place horses allow pour Angeles companions xecuted either young Empress Eugeniewith failing bunso 3 iVlrs pullets Public Sale1 1910fAt Id30 p m Sharp 11Will offer for sale on the above dtepremises 5 miles from Spring thedAcres 75 acres of bottom land plenty of to baccQ land never failing water good house 2 barns and good tenant house The farm will be offered in two tracts and then a a whole and sold in the mar moneyI19 year old Brood and Farm Mare in foal to Jack 2 12 ye rod Family and Blaredyear 3 yearold Mule 5 yeartinling Calves 9 good Brood Sows 6 125 pound shoats 22 good Ewes 50 bushels Oats 600 bushels Corn 2 breaking Plows l Mowing MachineITerms made known on day of sale OeoLearS M Campbell Auctioneer Bull J Stiles Mr C P Cecil of the firm of Dero ham Cecil remarked test week lhat- inaSmuch as it appeared that it won be necessary to iave stiles built m fro of business houses in order to allow hobble skirted ladies to alight from andset into huhties it would be thEIr im to have the most convenient and invIting style in the city erected i n fro t of their storeDanvllJe Advocate REASON FOR DOUBT 1NO Bsa Strong Garantee We guarantee Fomplete relief to sufferers from constipatIon In every case where we fail we will supply the medicine free RexaU Orderlies area gentle effec- ye t depenltable and safe bowel reg u strengthener and tonic They re establish natures functions in o qUiet easy way They do not cause any Theieasily that they may be taken by anyone at any tune They thoroughly up the whole systEm to healthy actinic RexaU Orderlies are unsurpassable and ideal far the use of children old folks and delicate persons We cannot too highly recommend them to all sin fevers from any form of constipation Its attendant eVils Two sizes it nd 25c Remember you can obis n Tihei Haydon Willett Drug Co MARllALWALKED1N ON A BIG BANQUET The Wet GOods emoved from A Millionaires Table Amid the Consternation of the Guests Oakland City Ird Oct 29Whe theIator last andtwo hundred then were ready to take seats at a feast that was spread in theIr honor in walk ed bedr Murphy was arrested for runntu g a blind tiger m that he was preparing give away boter to others than mem of his He took the affair goo naturedly and when the marshals s td that no bond would be necessary for appearance in court next Thursday hE said Take me and leave the beer Under the orders ot the court isaui rig the writ however the marshnlcou1 croethe marshal carted it out to a 11dray The goods are now locked awaiting the trial date when the b ties aid keg will be mute evidence o the tragic attempt made by a milli ire tQ serve ber to his friends dry territory ofThe lack ot beer did not spoIl the banquet howeter and the guests ma of whom came from Illinois had an en- lovable time Murphy is the son Michael Murphy the multimiliionai oil operator from Pittsburg The affi- davIt for the seizure of the liquor was sworn to by Joseph Summers a farmer who saw the trimminls for the ban poet being hauled to the Murphy nun sion This is said to be the farthest- Inmt to which the t mperatice law has ever been cdrried her- ROCK Rt1v Ill T P McMillan and family s en Sun with the family of Fred Milburn Ley Ptnkstun andSerome Wollner huildmgsin addition to U C ers dwelling John Golf has sold his farm Qn Uock Posses11IIonwith thE famIly of D C C rtsinger dwellingfor Weal Mrs Ella Lewis of Beechland w Itrlt laIIAndrew Votaw visited relatives near Monday of lat week 1Tom McMillan and family spent with the family of Alfert Lam at Salvisa Mrs Martha Coaksey is very sick with typhoid fever her son tlyde dIed of the same malady a few weeks ag Harvey Robinso passed through ti neighborhood Thursday engaging tux k eys at 13c per Ili Sionev Perkins h d part of hOs farm surveyed last week by Rod Neal On ac count of a dispute over the line between himselfnt Strinttown sp RileyJeromeLitsey at 3ic per lb L ESSOClllCKIX lr Keep Slt neal Out of YourPoultryYird ofyCharcoal whore your birds can get it whenever they want it Ell Chickae Charcoal it leCCSlary for the health of your poultry sa grit r yehia want a YoU can your bird for asytbiag like Iowj icost a Feo Olic Cluiesoal thatd wP tkeaiisasgevd ditiHjIor pale By t1APPY OLlOW HenceScott John Crow and wife spent Saturday Ed Hanby and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Ed Far is near Willisburg Ollie BIshop and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with her father S HI placeMisses and allie Shields spent unday with Misses Ud and Eva Imaman DolphHanbyRaymondShIelds witherisMessrs Elmer and Dolph Hanby spent RaymondI Saturday and Sunday with Mrs J M toShieldsat this place Sutherland and wife have re weeksstaydand wife iJLittle Rodman Scott of near Polin been serIOusly ill wIth mem UthisErastus Perkins md family spent this week with the famIly of Mr John Arm strong at this place Erasbywith the family of E L Parish uPJohn Crow and family spent onenigh t week with Mrs Crows father tat Polin J A Sutton spent Sunday With his ondaughter near here inMrs Ed Hanhy and Miss Myrtle Arm were in Poortown Saturday shop- pIng nMany school chilofren suffer from cow which to often the cause C1tambf folr and will cure ever chronic constipation Sold by all Druggists bet Busy The world rolls on from day today and idle men are in the g3ti the loafing graft will never pay get busy then get busy The man who loiters in the shade to watch the busy mens parade wm find hIs hopes of fortune fade get busy then get busy It you in f eb- larestyle depend upon asfistancn from a friend youre sure to fait before the end get busy then get busy link e up your mind that YOU will pack your andBEaVt usy get that youre of equal worth to any doggo ne man on earth regardless of hisage or ibirth get busy thenget busy Ands Javitg made your mind up qUIte she w by your acts that you are right Cut nightaCirciinati ChilliIa savage the cageDanJtwhen least regarded Often It comes Whoopingi edIGeorgejIts a wonderful medicine for babies Aathy100 TrIal bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson CirciUJt The Federal Court of Okla hnma rendered a dect ion recently mak amendmentIthe election of Nov g The decision WIn mean the disfranchisement of sey era thousand negroes Lame back comes on suddenty and i extremely painful It IS caused by- rhematiRm of the muscles Quick re lief is afforded by applying Chamber lains Liniment Sold by allDruggists she Sun rnd CourterJournal Sl51 STATE OFOH O CITY OF T EDOtssLUCAS COUNTY Frank J Cheney makes oath that heI IS senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the afotsaidsum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each cannotheCure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of Dec ber A D 1886 SEAL A W GLEASON NOTARY PUBLI internally SenaforF J CHENEY Jit CO Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75 Take Halls Faintly Pill for coilitipa ti Free Rerno4y For WeakBowels bodilycleanlinessternal The one is for your pride as yourselfj the other for your life sad ofvastlycJeaaUJleHI fttolab tthclr 9odylife cleealin sa K tH ibstructions them clean sad irk froIITo de this Y01lJIIUKhAve bowelseachdoei not dp thIs naturally in the ProeeH uetobtain x3 out that cathartics salt sad suell hhyrrelieve you for a day but Wad yu tq r than ever the next KY thou try asimpler and more natural remedy Dr Caldwells PeveM Mm1Dr Caldwell for a fr e sample tattle ecnrseeasyou Jtwtlltrainhotirathencents and one dollar a bottle dolnpTh81IIttJaIbottle and now fully convlneeI Ita t raIIysize55 it down to the very youngest A brief rise of this grand laxative tN1s wontfomLindigestIonsour stomach and such ailments aaiyou to continuous good health atmall cost Such Is the experietiee eerFleener MattlsisaaNto1 desIre for yourself orfa1l1UyJMta1ltlllC to i7freeeallForMhIIes Dr WB Caldwell RaMOaii will building Yltie IJL The old old story told timess without number and repeated over and over again for the last 96 years but it lB always a welcome story to fltoee is search of healthThere is nothing m the world that cUres cou b and colds hReinedv l 1 fC II IO IJ 1111III 11II 2 CO I CiJJ IIICI g III a 0sQ CO Eqhi1 Q O- MI I Q 0 I li2 fI fI y