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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r y th f4fb lTt J 1t1J rrjl i rP i 1 i1rl j ifJfi Jt DEVOTED TO TIC INTERESTS Of WASHINGTON COUNTY J 1 j S tt Yltnt Yl PlIIIFIELI KY 0WED I tIn IOVEMIEN II IIiO f lfdl1 1 r fECHOESOf VENDETTA tzar i SymPiithizers Being Shot f Ott the Rate of One iii Week I in Bloody Breathitt Har h men are being killed at the Tate f one acbl wetrk in Breathitts count according toa well known citizen QtSreethitt who was tn Frankfort a few days ago He said that on Quicksand Creek in Breathitt there had been foirgrnn killed during the last few we kand all of them are known as 4 Hargl men He says the killingof John Abner was simply an outcropping ofihe old feud and that theonly reason forrkilling Abner was because he was friendly toEd Callahan and the late James 13rzrgis As to the killing of i Matt Crawford who was also known ass Hargis man it was stated that the feud ha nothing to dowith this tiff it r twitJg out of the whiskey cas airI are thltt The cititen of A Igo has kept out of the troubles In his- 1Marne countY taking neIther side of the- neati0nq said that t is more thadfaco incidence that all the men kilted daring the stYearin Breathitt county have been Bar d8 men who wer friends of Fie latt Jupl1e and whoa noW vend i to- vCallahanrrHe stated too that the killing of 1DenUl Beithitt has not stoPPed and that there are Just as mu fly killings noW in Breathitt as there ever were even when James Hargis was alive Many of the klllinps in the courttI the visitor stated are not r 6rted in the daily papers and for that reason not as much isheardof con IIhJitollowersierit of prominence and for thatrea- a3n Qt much attention is paid to the killing outside of Breathitt county He ilMtold some of the inside stories of a lei thenur ers and his recital lends a pallor to the atmusphere of Brcathdtand makes it seem as though the equnty is worse now than it ever waibetore and that human life is leSs oafs l SUCCULENT etfIJE 1r y SAUSAGE IN 5IGHT 5A PorkChops Expected to Be Iy Within the Reach of rSr tbePOOrjMans Means J Itilooka as if pork chops are coming down to a price that ill permit the ors din individual to enjoy one occasion ally Hogs hav been on the toboggan good and hard the Past month in all the marketsof the country They were subjected to a sump of 10 to 20 cents at the Bourbon stock yards recently the best seUirigatS20 to 865a week theKv held up to 12 in April so present prices representa decline of nearly 331 per cent from the top A year ago best t hogs were selling atSS A peculiar feature of the situation is that sales of hogs have been showing flguresrti11i1 yl700bead on sale at the Bourbon stockyards on this date whereas a year ago there were 1034Q and two years ego 9843 and sales for the whole of tut Wereless than for the first day of this veek a year ago or two years Receipts were running comparatfvely- jhght iri all markets But it appears that hackers are holding aloof expect lngjh big corncrop with its COmpar atvely low prices to bring down the I of hogs Atruling prices of corn 1there is a big profit In feeding It to the porkers There should soon be a very notlcea ble dechnc in the price of flour and corn Wfieat JS selling in the local markets at 91 cents A year ago Jt was commanding 117 Cortris selling at 54 cents against67 cents a yearago and oats are 34h cents against 42cents a year ago Flodr has undergone several re ns in price alreadvLuUlSYJll fd j RsAulsr TI Is YIwas Susieclimbing trees and fences J1mpmg11tchesl whtthng always get tlIft cuts sprains bruises bumpeburns or scalds But laws Her mother just applied Bucklens Arnica halve and cured her Heals every thhrg healableBoils Ulcerl Eczema Old Sores Corns or Piles Try it25c rajHaydai RObertson t r h WILL PROBABLY BE NOT SEATED Republicans Believe That Caleb Powers Will Be Disquali fled fly CongreSs The Frankfort News says It has been uggested and the suggestIon came from Republicans themselves that Ca leb Powers may be refdseti a seat in Congress and his seat declared or awarded to Elza Bertram vacantI nent The suggestion was Idea that Powers has been indicted for a felony and has never been acquit although pardoned Congress IS the jUdge of the qualifications of its own members and tf it chooses to do so can easilY refuse Powers a seat The next house will be largely Democratic and i aY come to pass that the man who was three times convicted of activJ participatIon in the plot to assassinate Governor Goebel will not be allowed to occupy a seat iii the National Congress Nothing has been said about it by the Democrats yet but the Republicans in this State or at least those who have discussed the matter believe that such- a step will be taken f Congress de tides not to seat him it IS believed PoWers will be a candidate for Secretary ostat main or else ask the Republican Party of the State to nominate him for governor on the ground that h9 has been made a martyr twice Death of Mrs fount Haydon On the night of Friday the llth mst at 10 oclock at the residence of her Mr Ben Haydon of Nenwick Mrs Fount Haydon passed over to the great beyondShe was eightyfour years of age and had been in failing health for some time The remains were taken to Springfield where the funeral services were held Tee interment was at St Rpse The family haS the sympathy of the entIre community Mrs Haydan was before her msr- riage Miss Sarah Champion Her hus band preceded her tothe graVe about 22 years The deceased is survived by the tollowingchildten Ben Haydon Jr Chas Haydon Frank Haydon and Mrs C W Flynn Mrs Haydonn was a lady of fine Chrxs ofttthat the example of more than fouri score years ot life has made those woo have come in contact with her A MANS YEARS i ARE NOT HIS AGE Many are Order after forty Years of life Than Others are at Seventy or Severity Si i Sir James Crichton Browne is on rec ordas haying saId Life owes every man apd woman 106vears It is their business to See that they collect tte- dt btHThe recent deaths of Florence Nightingale and Julia Ward Howe at ninety and ninetyone years of age n- spectively are examples Qf sweet wholesome lives full ofgood works Bud loving thoughts and illustrate thtruth that life is intended to be long when that life helps and benefits others History is full of similar inqtantes of- the beauty of a long life exemplified in the closing years Many men have shown the best results oftheir life work after they have passed the half century milestoneiTolstoi JS mentally active at eii hty two and Gen Booth is hard at work at eighty one with aU the enthusiasm of his faith In the great work to which he 1atfairs and attehds as a rule severaL social functions a week The Duke of Wellington held a cabinet posItion at the age of seventysever and Victor Hugo when he died at eightythrep was working on a tragedY with all the energy oJ a young man beIforeof writing novels in which he haa made deJ1atSIr Frederick Yung lit ninetythree- is still devoting his energies to natignal matters Benjamin Frankllll became the first American Ambassador to Francewhen he wasseventyone and remained in that office until he wu seventy nine years of age The latter years of a mans life are often the years of golden fruItage and harvest andthe idea that lifes work is only for the earlier years is a delusIOn that IS not warranted by the facts In thIs thought all sh uld take couraJ e ii d endeavor to keep onp educing while peelyears fence and non nroductive easePhila delphia Press x Single or Married 3EIn this County I 10 Together with I Eight other prizes I Aggregating X1960 1 Use the coupon and I Nominate yourself Or some friend ARMED WITH nIGH BRIDGE And the Unsurpassed Scenery of kentucky River Was Dr Ira Remsen of Johns Hop kins University Dr Ira Remsen M DPh Dand Do L D President of Johns Hopkins University of Baltimore after address ing the students of Central University tn Danville Friday afternoon last was motored with a party of prominent cit Izens to High Bridge which spans t e Kentucky nv ron the Q C route and thence to the old Quaker vil age and to Harrodsburg the oldest town m the State Dr Remsen who has tray worldideclaredBridge to be unsurpassed by the most picturesque sections of Switzerland and other lands noted for grand natural sce me pictures Dr Remsel1 tot was delighted with old Shakertown only a short distance away from the brIdge and with hIstoric Harrodsburg Not in all his travels had the Dr seen any thing quite so wonderful as the bridge itse t and he viewed with scrutiny and great interest He said that the High t Bridge is one 91 Kentuckys achieve ments that has given her internationalI ChemIClarke professor of Chemistry in Central University Dr J R Cowan of Danville R M TrImble and Floyd Frazier of Mt Sterling and FloydLaswell- of Owenshoro Indictments Returned Thnrand jury adjourned last Friday after having been In session nearly three weeks During their deliberations they returnei fortyfive meets as follows Breach of the ndictI 5 liquor to minors l liquor m tion territory 11 detaining a woman l carrying concealed a deadly weapon 2 11shootmg m local option territory 4 attempt to poison cattle l drawing a deadly wea pan l gaming 4 disturbing religious worship l unlawful conversion tf pro i perty1 failure to work roads LILLARD IS REWARDED Appotned Private Secretary to United States Senator W0Y Bradley Recently A dispatch from Danville to time daily- press says Announcement of the appointment of Col E W Lillard of Danville as private secretary to United States Senator W O Bradley was made this afternoon With his family Col Lillard wIn move to Washington city the latter part of this month Senator Bradley owes his election to the voteofCo1 Lillard m the Kentucky Genera Assembly and has always regarded hImself as under R debt of gratitude to Lillard Col Lillard was elected to the Legislature from this county as a Democrat However anenmltv between the bern ocratie nominee and himself sad existed and when tit came to the election of United States Senator Lillard cast his vote for Bradley Commenting on Lillardsappointment Col Walton in the Lexington Herald has this to say A dispatch was sent out lrom Dat- vilJe that the reason Benedict Arnold Lillard voted against Governor Heck ham for United States Senator was tie cause of the enmity between them This iSB mere sUbterfuge as wen as a falsehood In hIs speaking tour through Boyle LIllard rode in the same carriage with the Governor and introduced him to his audiences If Lillard felt enmity- to the GOVErnor he kept it closely concealed or he would never have been evated to a position where lie could betray a trust There was none nor oc casion for any It is an afterthought arId the correspondent should not have been duped into sending such a lie Besides Lillard was sent to Frankfort to represent the wilh of his con stltQents not to wreak his o wnperson al vengeance The fact of the matter i3 that LIllard voted for Bradley jus t for what he bets and no mount of falsehood can relieve him from the odi um every honest man feels for a traitor aid a rentgadeA A Mil Wants ToDr only when a lazy liver and slugglsh- bowels cause frightful des onnency- Bu Dr Kings New LIfe PiU9 ex poisons from the system bring hope and courage cure all Liver Stomach and Kidney troubles impart health and vigor to the weak nervous and ailing 25c at Haynon Rabertson M II TOdaY1ImostI president1of 5 The Springfield Sun TiYdon en Willett and Peterson en Spalding of Texas are going to do the handsome thing 17 their patrons IThe Sun has placed on exhibition at the stores of these merchants one of these nagnificient instruments and wants every one to can and see them These fine Pianos are to be given absolntzlyfreeto some of our lady friends and we want our pat to have theirchoice in selecting those to whom they shall be given We will give YOU boo votes free to start the lady you to receive the piano Write her name on ills coupon surd send or bring it to the merchants or The Sun office 1rons The Sun will print the names of the ladies nominated next peek Peterson Spalding1s listfaPpears in todas issuer T = = H t t l t SAM JONES t 1 LAST sf Rev Walt omb ToffltlK Last l1iim ne Actf tIt Gre t fvqUefLift L No man who eve r tee b SiLm Jew the great evangelist Prh awl S three or tour timee fail t tfall tunder the spell of Ma great peril wality Rev Walt Holcomb tells of the Itset of Sam Jones life It zhws tit7 most tender manner the ret dept the great preachers love tom l i4tTMr Jones and Mr Hokoitib had Itclosed a meeting iii Oklahoma Cityaad were on their way beck t Gitg It was jUst afterr 8ur whti UMi boardeu the trainand aho tloftec rIhad started pni iriOrny Mr3o s to passlOJfthroJlh oue i thudds a pdet mh akiawIfe huddedup lira atJ twof death was on the mall flee fHo was in an advanced state e4coaiwrpPftion and was going hoiue ta di+ Hewhad spent an the noneY he Nddthe y west and took his last oofalr to Pay lws railroad fare back home My g xl friend saidKr iyou look tIred lMye bhtae t in the other coach andytiu eime and it You will faalliar- afters good sleep j The man gladly tand Mr Jones took him b eh ii4IchIm and his wife bftberta 1 s delicate way he extracted thekisew ledge from the unfortun ut e they had no none Y iiatiwiifats i only paid tQ tleteipltita theutitt blur home was quite a diatsace bey d tW cIty IKrJonesand Ill be glaid tQ lety a WW you need Wit11hearts uUf xtJttile tlMr 1 consumptive and hiYfif hit f p f while the evapgeliet ptiri1aadta dihonal berth for himalf A bad supper however woeid aekth- im rest and Ibot1 six o eloek the neat rnorning herrr of the Pullman to procure iitil a of warm water Bat before tlae4t arrived he fell over oa Mr Kei a berh stricken wiyhb attack Ja indigestion He died almost i Jj without speaking word away in hIS son in laws arms Tepeerco- msumptive and his wife wept ptttftia ly over the death of thei beDtf I dont knqw what willbeeoeteit Mr said the woman blAt jr HMiNII ssl Ito her Never mind JIll go wi heard his converaatieu with a-t band last night and I sm t duo lust what I know Mr Joe world te me to do it he couldd apak iao br1rs a roll of money from the dead raaRs= lists pocket and teaery jito bet to their homet l Thus died Sam Jotiza o e thef noblest characters and eae ttW est men the tnwt1M aatiiimillif known in this century His fataihis greatness will grow witk ypa4no actor his life more Hlyt di r ed real greatness thaw thisact ol aaeI4- ficeand kindness to the dYir IJVtive and hIs wIfe G i rOR PALLING H i 1 Z You RMn No Risk WIe wYiigU f W r This Remelly f til We onise you that of yeartilaeh N falling out and you have net letft li too far you can repair thedatii ready done b r Using RexaQ 4Vi Vie ITonic with persistency and for a reasonable length qf tlJ i a scientific cleansing antiseptic cldalnreparatton that destroys beg stimulates oodcirculataoe airoi I tithe xiail rent removes dandruff sayl rialoire hair health It isup1etW1 to attN pure water and it ra delicately IIed rt is I teal tOt1et nec tpyYWe want you tatry extlnJTonic with our Protrtiti at i t you nothing unles il yew are rj it wlF Ished with its use 1tc izes prices 50 and lil 9oIiJyou can obtain texan R + community only at oir storeThe wa aU store TheEyda WrniietD- Store Lazne i6 back eaaa I brkoltet a Vs 11 hares I iiarattt f itt t 1 rn 1 f r I J Tti r 12L H t + i t r I tt he Springfield Sun- k1 N LMIrH d PulaliriMe- rP i FmLIeDWlUCKY Ut ds have only deaatured alttomoa Ill noex Are tkoo races trying to make kl1lht appear humane i flltttI1 tits new p3ice radium win TtaIy b a substitute for coal The hew 5 bills wU be smaller Tteappropriatethey act smaller COIiH tic t worn aa earned 10009 loft yeare lilng eggsthe real thing Sfar none bt our avi ltors has been wotcctsstul enough to break r1to rapde- yllle All the pessiniist can in an sera tkJI itigkt laablg crowd and a stiff ck Buffalouiaa was given five years ic stealing a cent Som thing of iteace that New York bank thief collapsed when h wag arrested He was aleloso sec ltN t9 Uaebank ia ecne has estimated that the arU welgbs seveR trillion tons But tieer tp Youre l1ot carrying it- Tkat war in Nicaragua POt 4000 L Mrs nave not yeti discarded tIt IiM letting system Inol1Ucs f i pie doctor who thinks that the Ad rs apple Js r onslble for insa- nexray be oa the eve ota great dis err yel consumes 1000000 gal JfkeroSJ1 a year rcWy doesnt planttv 1oor azoy riding ill the air has this advan here are no chickens to be run r The birds kayo so Jar succeed e iado ging Ja loU01N orwalk Conn lives I t ry usg PoIium wjio played tenth ina bobble skirt Naturally she Ye her leg the aeroplanes dash arouno- tyli 5coars4at the rate of a mile a min hMicrobeladen dust kick up any clouds of If hri meat ever crowds beef In tlworlds markets shortage off ram etthereatplains will make no dl- fer I1ce in the qualIty As a general thing whena girl i wears suchan extreme hat that a man us to dislocate hIs neck to look un I i her pace Is not worth the effort Tke greatest authority on love in yourselflaiesauthoteSs oi Poems of Passion still Jives Awoman of sixty years swam five mUeinthe Mississippi river tSt Lo stheother day It Is needless tc iattht she did not wear a bobble HJrt Bob Evans tells us that an airship isa plaything and would be of no use a war But What will Bob do when a those bombs begin dropping down the imey2 Chicago man marrles for the first tae at iberage of nlnetytwo Hell have o do come tall hustling to catch aPwt the average Chicago record froffi now on I womanwley the customs officials might haves keptkThe waiters now ask to be divided sate classes Excellent Idea Walters wba wait walters who make custom ers wait waiters who are polite and- waiters who are otherwise A little while ago the cheerlnl word was passed that lobsters woult- Irtcoafe more plentiful Now It Ie threatened that there wm be a short ageof salmon and sardines It may be none of fur business but we trust that the sororities will deal- neatly with the a ghtyont year ol- celan who has entered the Ohio at to university as a studtlr KansasCity woman suing for dl charged that hr husband quarreled with her for going to a funeral flloane mew are so mean they hate their wlvea tO ksve any pleasure at aU eirtityt1f9 pounds of sugar for sKY man woman and child last- xeurt The men may otter thanks tkaf Ule women and children got frt i rConnertlcul man teed ten ballets i kishea without fatal results iik hardto tell which was greater tlzeesfsting force of his deterniina- tloa or the resisting quality ot llh incident in Naples where tyre strangers trying to give candy tochl1 l7eI were suspected by the panic Mrkkm people of spreading the as ndtmobbed with crJ eSOC ao the potsoner shows how Deatf1 sro sreso hnsbeel madosinct 4f n 5om8 plat o9 f1lHiJ0 r r t HANKS GIVING with out the turkey Is al mOB t unthinkable For this great bird which has become Inseparably associated with the season Of Thanksgiving Is peculiarly an American bird and as much an American institution as Thanksgiving day Itself WIthin the reach of poor and rich alike theI great national bird Is the principal fea ture ot the feasting which Is nn Important part of the festivities of the day The fret Is of course that turkeys dont come from Turkey and were un known before the discovery of America In the north of which continent the wild turkey sun roams In unre straIned freedom though not alas In undiminished numbers Spaniardsbegannew world that Columbu s had opened out for them they found that the na fives had tamed a big bird which they regarded as a sort of peacock and It was not long after the discovery ot America that the new bird made his appearance In European poultry yards Great must have been the disgust oil the original occupants nDrthese when the invader appeared For one thing he was much bigger than any of them and could look down tin them In the most literal sense He was also fully aware of the of his expensive personaUtrndlost no time In Impressing It on aU and sundry The peacock who had reigned supreme both as aI artist In posing and as a table deUcacythe Romans used to talk ot having ham and peacock as Wry would speak of ham and turk yround himself con fronted with a rival who made up for inferiority of plumage by displaying with much greater energy and fre quency what he had got and by a ofk i SIASON j YJt Wp- lay of expression which nothing In the animal worM can equal It Is an very wen to talk of the wonde tul mobility or the human countenance sensltlve to every change In the emotions of the soul It Is nothing to the turkey cocks See him elongate his nose tlll It comes down to his chest and ob serve the number of double chins he can produce to add to his Importance If he wishes to Impose on a presumptuous rooster or to Impress a fair young turkey pullet Then as to blushlnq there was no debutante ever floated on the social sea who could blush as our gobbler can his complexion plays through all shades between livid blue and ghastly white to a lively Scar let and taken In connection with the changes in hi features makes him a quick change artist of t e first order before whom the chameleon edllaps s ashamed If anybody wants to pracUse drawing por traits let them get hold of a turkey gobbler for- D sitter and If they can succeed In getting his features properly fixed on canvas I will nndertako they will find anyone elses easy In comparison But It Is not only In the display of his charms that the turkey proclaims his advantage over the world of our feathered dependents his stentorian gobbling arrests the ztttelition ot aU The said gobbling by the way has given rise to the only bit of folklore about the turkey that I know of Being an American he is too modern to have legends associated with him as a rule but Indian Mohammedans profess tQ hear In thoo turkeYs voice a blasphemous mockery of their brief creed as spoken in Arabic Hence when a turkey has to be killed In India the native takes n cruel pleasure In executing It by cutting out its impious tonguQ and sir widely spread Is the belief that a little native boy a retaIner of on animal dealer In Calcutta replied tome when I asked himjust by Way of trying his knowledge the name of an American curassow bird that was In the yard Thzit In a turkey sahib but It does not repeat the cre6U What with strutting and gobbling himself and with proving congenial to the gobbling process as conducted by human beings the turkey fairly 1Rrunced the poultry world In general and actual Iv ousted the goose the most ancient member of the poultry association and the savior of Rome from popular estimation as a holiday dish The turkey Is a good t of the product of his native continent In more ways than one and some Americans Impressed by the fact that the nations emblem the whltebeaded eagle is not only a bird of freedombutu freebooter rob bing the respectable flshhawk of his catch and FenaraUJafing the needysharper have limed by Frank FirsRend I V that the turkey would better represent the United States and he certainly better suits the Ideals of an emi neatly practical people Gonheadas ho Is In his methods how ever the turkey gets scored off now and then 4 century or so ago when geese and turkeys used In the absence of presentday facilities for transport to be driven long distances on the roads coupfo of noble sportsmen laid a Wager as to the speed of turkeys and geese over a course which It would take a matter ot days to traverse Each nobleman was provided with a little lpck of fo of the fowls of his fancy and of coursebetUng was high In favor of the tur IteysAnd at first they seemed to justify their hackers for they soon stalked away from their waddling rIyals and left them far behind So things went on all day but as dusk came on the aristocratic herd found his charges becoming passive resisters and displayIng an Incurable desire to go to roostno amount of coaxing would propel them farther Meanwhllo the despised geese with whom nlghtand day were not of any very great importance waddled sedately past and ultimately won the race with to spare It was pretty nearly the old tale of the hare and over again in fact I have known the farmyard bully pretty well bested on two occasions myselftrngical1y so In fact One of the most valued possession of the Calcutta animal dealer I have mentioned was It fawncolored Europeanbred turkey whose color much commended tt In his eyes since turkeys ot this hue seem not to be found in India This privileged fowl used to circulate about his mas ters chair strutting and gobbling and thougb ho often resented the entrance of natives Into the compound ho respected Europeans a piece or dis- criminationone does not expect In a being of such limited intelligence as a turkey Another inmate of the menagerie was a young cassowary and he wrought the turkeys downfall for coming Into the compound owe day missed the glngerhued gobbler and asked what had become of him uAh my poor turkey said the dealer he gaJe cheek to the cassowary and the kicked hint and burst his bag It sounded as if the Impudent bird had been collapsed likeD toy balloon but did not inquire into details The dealer however consoled himself with a pair of local turkeys or the ordinary dark color and the gObbler was beginning to take the place of his deceased predecerEoi lntho economy of the 4 i t when he also met his from a tar different adversary This was a gamecock of some Indian breed the most blackguardly lookIng fowl have ever set eyes upon with beetling eyebrows a bulldog type of beak and pUJarUkA legs his athletic proportions ant oft by ve Ughtfittlng plumage However he was only a fowl thnught the two turkeys and with Orentali- ndifference to the rules of fair play they both set out to tackle him to gether The gamecock acquitted himself In a manner worthy lit his breed and bowled them over with one blow apiece Perhaps his Inatu ral magn anlmlty for chanticleer is seldom anything gentleman made him lenient with the hen at any rate she was only klocked silly But he gave her husband a fair knockout blow gripping his wattle with the bulldog bill he brought the columnar shanks down on the bulky adversarys neck with such force that when I saw the defeated bully he was sitting In a state of paralytic collapse and not long after ingloriously expired Such la the part the turkey plays M a tame birda pretentious and pushing person who occasi nally col lapses ignominiously Not are his aspect and career as a wild bird different for ho Is one en the few creatures which have altered very little in domestication and though he may bo regarded as the bitil of America and gaIns a certain amount of dignity alld consideration thereby there Is a comic element In his performances add misfortunes which robs him of the dignity of the feathered nobles of the older world The blackguardly tendencies which seen In domesti cation have caused some people to aturkeyItionhave to keep their infant pQults out of his way or he will track their little heads for them and w1enhe conquers and slays a rival gobbler he tramples him when lie In down and done for His courtship Is every hit wr absurd the wilds a It is In the farmyard and ancient turkey dowagers emulate his absurdities In strutting to win his zegard though the pullets maintain a proper modesty of demeanor Mprr over the wily hunter brings about his downfall In ways which make him look undignifiedno other bird is lured to his end In such queerly discreditable ways One Is to call him up within shot by imitating the voice of her he loves for the time being On a small pipe often made of a turkeys own drumstick bone the sportsman Iml totes what he ungaUanUy calls the yelp of the hen turkey and the Infatuated gobbler lured by the soft invitation Is often decoyed within range To his credit be It spM how ever ho displays a line ear and ii he detects anything suspiciously In sincere In the accents of the con cealed charmer It will bea clever Impersonator who gets him to answer another matrimonial advertise went for that season at aU events Another plan Is the turkey trap which Is a pen made of logsand en tered by a trench across which there is a bridge just Inside the en trance A train of corn leads the turkeys Into thIs and when they are Inside and have eaten up ti1I the corn it never occurs to them to stoop under the bridge beneath which they passed In but they continue to wander round and round un the trEPPer comes and gathers them ina proceeding which doer not argue any great amount of intelligence on their part One can even get a turkey by hunting him with a dog circumstances being favorable The said circumstances are the fact ot the turkeys being a little way off from their woodland retreat feed fug out on tho prairie and ones dog being a grey hound moreover ones horse should know how to go The turkey even when wild Is not a long distance flier but he has not sense enough to re membcr this when ho finds his foes between him and the wood and trIes to fly straight away front the pursuing hound instead of turning about oyer head and coming back to cover After about a mile he has had enough of flying and takes to his legs only to find that his fourlegged opponent close behind and he must perforce take tQ the air again But thIs time his flight Is not for so long a distance and ho Is ignominiously run into a victim of misplaced confidence In himself is an aeroplane Let us be thankful that we have got the turkey as he Is with all his comic extravaganges and that In one respect at aU events he can challenge comparison with many worthier people his last appearance is always creditable and can deny that he cuts up well ICause for Thankfulness Thanksgiving day is the one day In the year When the nation turns to heaven In thanks for Its preservation The life ofthe nation Is the principal consideration not only its life but Its health and its preservation in that condition In which It was established by the fathers of the country Yea can thank God for their OWn accumulations or supplicate him to lighten their burdens but that is not the jurpose ota national thanksgivIng The nation itself the political structure wlfichwas framed and handed downIt Js the preserv tion of t1JI for whichthe People tre to ye thankful o rvf11= r2 turkey plenty tortoise I cassowary I I premier nooge CURED iX YEARL Ne FearFurthr Kidney Trii 4s Yrs Josiah Clink er stateS Taira Iowa says Kyftrt ymPtOfill ef kidney trouble was intense plalai back This grew worse until I ac- in every part of body I rested pox- i ly ud was fOur ir the ieaoraiilig f found it kart t t dress I iN a tired easily lh t flesh and was in a bd waYl was well pleased with the utclr relief DonKidney Pills gate me They drofo the pains away and restored my kM neys to a normal condition IJtaft been free from kidney trouble for myears Remember the nameDoan For sale by all dealers 50 ceata a box FosterMilburn Co BuitraloN T- BEWOULD OF MORE VALU E Father OLearYa Facetious to John Philpot Curranan bample of Real Wit One day the famous John Pkil Iot Curran who was also very partialte the said corned mutton dldtHhonor to meet him TO enjoy tke society of such men was u intallectlia treat They were great frieadraaitt r seemed to have a mutual respect fceach others talent and as ft slant easly be Imagined OLeary clay Curran was no bad match One day after dinner Curru said to swerecAnd why couns lorwoulrfi wish that I were St Peter askeat Because reverend father Inthat case said Curran Iouwul rav lthe keys of heaven andrPu eolililet Jme fit By iY honor and conscience seloru replied the divine It would be better for you that I had tbkeyet the other placethen I cOuW1etiH out Curran enjoyed thejokewMcla ht admitted had a gOod deal of jisticeYYi ItFrom Kellys Reminiscencei Beware of Ointments for ataftk that Contain Mercury jl mercury war curdy deittroy tile ease ee and eompleteiy derngatoo whole eyKer nieee- nterlu it through the mncow seriaeee ism articles should never be needexeept os Nwsdp Uons from reputable pbyslcfanS as donnas irel seal do ten told to the good taro from them HaMs Catarrh Cufeeuvaahelr by F JCbeney a Co Toledo 0 contates ee tea tlieathebuying HAlls Catarrh be sire yros at lYr renUine It taken IntemtlSY Bd M TeisOhio by F JChcney Tetttlmonla1A JIM lZcperbottleTatra HtDidin the surf last summerr Yes replied the lifesaver Oat lady whom I rescued was so grateful that she nearly married met The Regular Fare What makes you think that young man will be a success in socie1P The fact that he hass11ch 11m11- traordlnary appetite tor tea and sal A adg MothraExamine Of ASTORIA a safe and sure remedy foe lntantsand children and He that lt i Bears the S1gnature of hi Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought The average man would not pss jure himself if he pTaded guilty te the charge of amounting tQ out little Sore throsit leads to Tonsilitia Qaifand Diphtheria Hamlin Wisp used as n gargle upon the firrtttofa sore throat will invariablyplel all three of these dread eatM There are lots ot people wko are afraid to tdt down at a table wttlJ U but a hungry boY Iutone of then What Murne Eye Remedy Ds t the Eyes is to Refresh Cleai Strengthen and Stimulate Health ul ItionsAll men are equal before the 1aw but some are more than equal tot task of letting around It Constipation Vanishes Forever LiefPerle t CARTERS aa i aa LIYFR PIIlSaesIt fall 1al- ableact wnl r tlcTtkttliaet M else iai tls- erd P3l isaii Dw sjGeniIi LANSSeudCounty Oktahoeoa giving tan peueiar concerning Indian lands and tides se as00 MaADAxa a co sULrfaLJLOZL- 0yaRNMzNrPctttoas are Mayto aeL llibow lithe today L e Ltv bwtttefa =toeuaa- WANTED live lui and 1 ZLOMk tealiennarfle fair CQU H 1 rlV E fr Lno k h t n tt avt1 J 4 ayrtl3te6AatlW theca uadte the serlfica ttaaakaglvlagPalm cri4n handsAndquests landsAnd unrests 7 Th Hr that I fain would swing herb nor spies fragrantSmay crl1ice bring ShsU I amid lifes stubble glean leaveThen sheavest That I may thanYt Thee 1tls mineI dThyHad aU these then might I kneel L And ley with fervent easy speech That were an echo of my wealOf all that was within my reachShall I with pharisaic grace Bow down and play thee hypocrite faceWithit7 Nay not in money let me count I hadNordThouithriseheWith newer courage in my eye n JSo thus t pray with empty hands But ot Lord with an empty heart Though from fair houses and rich lands aparttpJ Need never thanls Thee for my spoil sighy t I DJlFAMILY REUNIONS I siT APART FOR GRATITUDE Thanksgiving Not Complete If a Face 1s MIssed Fromm the House hold Gatherln 1f1 During the first long winter In Plymouth onehalf the little band of pll mss died The winter snow covered springJwarmth removed that friendly covering the survivors planted grain above the graves that waving blades of lonysJoufromwhom fur alone restrained from open werestout tbefttheirfadgrave they flashed away the tears onhoitshundanttng feast they held was in communion with the lost S cure In the belle happierspheresthey gave thanks for home for bar- 7est t and for hope Since then Thanksgiving day has Thelistamteonreturns jather around the table the old pee thefilarwideningjeas mirth and t thankful gladness expresit1n vagueb allhatJioldmes and the sports of winter and If the great football Contests seem 1 to oYershadowmore spontaneous versions the actual figures would show that not one in a thousand of the POPUlation of the country attentis tile matches The thoughts of the Preach ers soreapt to turn to the betterment of civIc or political conditions rea zoning that the way to show thank fulness for public blessings Is to pro cure more of them Not even these sorious thoughts can turn the character of the day away from that im anoCdence has bestowed In reward for minorrruns music ot the affections is heard by those whose heartS once thrilled to voices silent now but the spirit of the day is to ro joke For what is secure in memory for blessings of the year and the day wbttruIythankful e I Thanksgiving the Day of All Days on Which We Should Remember Our Blesslngs On Thanksgiving day most of us with deliberate intention and perhaps no little effort close the door by which grumbles enter and open wide the other door that lets In praise For once gratitude has the right of way and we are just a little bit ashamed to be found In the dull company of complaint At the Thanksgiving serve ice if we attend it we give ourselves to a deliberate enumeration pf our blessIngs and remember perhaps how many there are less favored than ourselves There is not time for a complete and permanent smoothlngout of the wrinIIes of care and perplexity bountlfullfladenreadIto enter Into the spirit of the time Is Thanksgiving then R rever sal or an occasional accentuation of the proper habit of a Christians life It thero must be rusty hinges should they be upon the doors of praise while the other door of grumbling works with constant ease The un disputed right of way in the Thanksgiving season ought to be the right of way for all the year COMMENT COURTEOUS I t Now good dlgestitIa alt on appe fife as Shakespeare says said the landlady when the star boarder carving the turkey- Shakespeare beganI also aid that world s a stage Mrs PJnChem dont you think It Is carrying ti Shakspearean Idea and the stage simile ntrlIIe too tar when you try- soritepapler t mache turkey r I toJ t + s fi+ + IMPORTANT NEWS IMOST FROM ALL OF KENTUCKY ++ + + f + + + + + J GENERAL ORDERS ISSUED Will Hold Inspection of Third Regiment Kentucky State Guards FrankfortAdjtCen PP Johnston has issued general orders for an Inspection of the Third regiment Capt W N Hughes U S A and Co1 Jouett Henry on duty with the organized militia of Kentucky will make the in specfons and report on the condition of the arms and equipment A special drill will be held by the commander ot tbecompany rho officers of the company will bey examined during the inspection The dates for the inspections of thE Third regiment follow Co H3d In fantry Hartford November ii Co M 3d infantry Calhoun November 12 Co C 3d infantrY Owertsboro Novem ber 14 Co B 3d infantry Henderson Noi ember 15 Co K 3dinfantryllia non November 16 Co E 3d infantry Madlsonvll1e November 17 Co G 31- inantry Earlingtcn November 18 Co D 3d Infantry Hopkinsvllle Novem ber 19 Co A 3d Infantry Bowling Green November 2L Capt Charles D Clay U S A has been designated to make inspections of the following companies in the Sec ond regiment on followIng dates Co B 2d infantry Harlan November 11 Cot 2d infantry Lexington No ember 14 Co F 2d infantry Jackson November 15 Co M 2d infantry Beattyville November 16 Co 2d infantry Boo 1vll1e November 17 HIGH SCHOOLS All But Fifteen Counties Have Com plied With the Law FrankfortHigh schools have been established under the new law which requires that a high school be estab lished in each county in the state In aU but 16 counties and steps will be taken at once by the department ot education to have these counties con vert some school that they now have Into a high school This information was given out by Thomas W Vinson assistant superintendent public instruction with some statistics re garding schools under the new law The report shows that county high schopls are tJourtshtng and that they are being placed on a higher plans than ever before The following are the statistics Number of county high schools approved X10 plumber of high schools established but not approved 31 number of firstclass high schools ap 1Iroved99 second fi third 6 number with the classical course 51 scientific 31 English 31 modern lan guage 2 commercial 1 IN MEMORY OF MORGAN Statue Soon to Be Unveiled By Daughters of Confederacy- Lexington Fhere seems to be a possibility that the equestrian statue of Gen John Morgan to be erected by the Kentucky Daughters uf the Confederacy in this city will not he placed In front of the court house after all After much threshing out of oplnlons as to whether it should be placed in Woodland park In front of the Carnegie library or In the court house yare the latter site was finally agrcvd on and the Fayette county fiscal court granted an order last June permitting Its erection there Meanwhile a new court has been elected and they do not feel as much sentiment for the monument There fore tIle order permitting the statue to be placed In front of the court ltousb has been reconsidered Aft SterlingRoliert the 2yearold son of Rev William J Bolin pastor of the Baptist church here died as a result of swalowhlg an iron jack about seveneighths of an Inch large The child Was plaYing with the toy and It became lodged in his throat and could not be removed and Was forced through the throat and into the stom achS LexingtonHtipters are making preparations for the hunting season The season for quail squirrel and rab bUs opens November 15 The open season for snipe ducks woodcock and doves is areadyon The present sea son It Is thought will be favorable for1 hunting on account of the rainfall intervals such as to put the ground In perfect condition for the dogs to do good work Louisville =Fire of unitnown orIgin In the stables of Churchill Downs race trackcaused n loss ot 2000 and three race horses narrowly escaped burning Hard work on the partof the firemen saved the grand stand A high wind caused the fire to spread along the one stable to another IIJOPklnS lIlcNIClOlnS 0 King 51 Christiati More than one year ago he was caught under a fralUns tree and his neck was broken accFtd r rUrtTHER EVEftREATEN Football Game Thanks 3iving Day Will Decide Championshi- p1exingtonThe football season in Kentucky will end with the game hereon Thanksgiving day between Ken tucky State university and Central university of Danvllle This game will decide the Kentucky championship and there is a possibility that It will also be the deciding contest for the Southern Intercollegiate champion ship Neither of these teams has lost a game this season- LouisvilleAttacked and robbed cf her wages in the front yard of her home May Stewart aged 16 years was the victim of one of the boldest of robberies Just as she started In the SIde gate of her yard a man step per from the shadow and struck her on the top of the head She fell un conscious and was found one hour la ter Five dolars and a pocketbook were taken Miss Stewart told the po lice that a man had met her for several weeks shortly after leaving work and asked to accompany her hbme but she would have nothing to do with him DESTRUCTIVE FIRE One Fatallity Resulted and Stock and Equipment Were Lost Shelbyville Fire believed to note been of incendiary origin destroyed the large frame livery and boarding stable conducted by Allen Hughes besides laying several adjoining cottages In ashes Robert Townsend the white night watchman was burned to death in the office of the stable and William Allen one of the proprietors escaped only after ceing badly burped TYentyslx head of homes were burned to death beslde a hearse and 1 large number of other vehicles Louisville The OhiO Kentucky R Virginia Rallwy Co was incorporated with a capital stock of 100000 dl vided into shaves of 10 each The aim of the corll1ratlon is to build a railroad from Manchester on the north side or the Ohio nor Estern Kentucky toward the southeast The company will also acquire lands and other things connected with railroad building FrankfortSecretary of State Bru ner Issued a oal1 for a statement of the condition r the etato banks November 1 He trects to sett the banks report a much linter condition be cause they have been putting themselves on a better basis by calling in their shaky loans Bruner thinks too that the examination of the banks will cause them to make a better showing Hopkinsville Upon motion ot attorney for the plaintiff the suit Qr10 000 damages brought by Thomas Da tulle an ItalIan fruit dealer against the city of Hopklnsv1l1e for the burn Ing of his store has been disnitssed without prejudice Datillo sought to hold the city responsible for Ms loss on the grounds that had proper police protection been afforded It would havo prevented his loss Sturgis The death of State Senator John Jefferson Watkins came un expectedly after an lllnesa of several weeks duration The immediate cause of his death is given out as gastritis and dilation of the heart He was about 48 years of age Senator Watkins had been prominent In educational and political life for a number of years having served for eight years aa superIntendent of the Sturgis public school and several terms as state senator Ho was publisher of the NewsDemocrat here and interested in other business enterprise- sLexingtonEngineers are here from Chicago making surveys and prepare Ing plans for a 300000 power plant for the Lexington Interurban and Street Railway Co to take the place 9f the present plant For the past week both the city and interurban car service as well as the citys light Ing system have been seriously trip pled An engine was borrowed from the Q C railroad to reenforce the power plant until machinery can be installed ShelbyvilleThe Blue Laws which have ShelbyrvlUe for the past six weeks by order of raypr Gruber prohibiting the sale Of soft drlnksLcigars cocked meats on the S11 bath are a thing ot the past At the meeting of the council an amendment was passed provldng for more liberal Sunday laws CyntliianaThe 73d annual meeting of the Kentucky Baptist risosciatton will convene ihi this city November 8 This is a staff meeting and old aU the churches and district soclaUons send their full quota there could be about 2500 delegates GlasgowMrs De Mnrcum a prom nit womai3 died of a broker heart aged 3G years A short time ago the eldest child pt Mrs De Marcum was drowned in Green river and she never recovered from the shock and never ceased to grieve for her child HendersonLeo Griffin a well known young farmer was arrested on n t drrant charging him with arson in setting fire to and burning the farm residence occupied by John Childress and owned by J T Fftrce His good was fixed at 500- rr kGUl Cihtarll i rum1n lIIn L Illi 1Lknd N Railroad Time Table i I g raiiIncoming I Arrives at Stringfield 835 PIm llfOa m 655 past Arrives at B xdstown 744 lOf a nI 614 Arrives at BardstownJt1nctn 655U 856 121IeIt Leaves Louisville 610 ti81U 4s rr I lrOutIr Ir pLeavesat i Leaves Bardstown Junctn 730 840 416 R 111 IiArrives at Louisville 820u 935c 545 p R miE Ii MittllrllgmlhG 1i11sullutf 10111 EVERY BUSiNESS MANRecognizes the importance of conducting all bueneaa details 1y phone both local and lone distance 11 eeonomYift in sari rand money Unexcelled telepoone service ca fie had over the twIof the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph cotncuy Laetf tance connections to all impootant pejtlts isthe Vnited States 1reasDr W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices Au work guaranteed Office over Havdon Barber Sa Da LAKE Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCkY Life Fire AccidentMAYES Funeral Director And- Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown tlaadsoae tiDe of Caskets aid B riallohes Telephone Jav 19 Night 74 DR M W HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12m 4 to 5Pm Dr J Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY orricx OVEKCJ JUYDO s DRUOSTOKE Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to 2 PII 111 LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera HousejOffice phone No6 Residence No38 the Sun and Times 450 Post 350 Hrald 325 THIikuI tad Co1lllllJouraat IW A tOlllcOl Invigorates both ole ani your or weak nervoae urea e17HtOe IIIITODAY DR loAG5 HAYDON qBERTSONj A BOD BU FOR TUE CELLS 1NtJ tISSUES stlrm IN IfCOlsncT1JI1OIIt TM SUARANTEEO Me TO S SATIS FACTION IIIMOltEY1KlUl MO arH4YDO1 tSCOTT MAYES ATTXATLAw Springfield Xy wlIl practice in the cotirte Or tNiEis5s c Sandadolningcounties fa the CoRt andFedera1Courte lt WD CLAYBRDOKE tTTYAT LAW ii 7 f Springfield y i k Will raetfco is the coarse otLR RpeaiLMARSHALL DUNCANray LAWYER = i Springfield Ky Office in Robertson BuildirlcLWllpractlce in the ourt orw i bsand iacoart W APpcaii iIf S M CAMPBELL AUCT10NfI R Springfield KT- Crying of public sales a Will o anywhere Termsrs uable Phone 84 H t I M IIIRSSELLr f AUCTIONEER Lebanon Ky Rt3xCrying of pubhcsate Specialty eM cry sales anywhere cheaper than the cheapest Phony long 1 short htbiwos Exchange When you want nice Engraved VISITING cARDS WEDDING INVITATIONS MONOGRAMPAPER Etc call on chQSpringfi l SusF- irstClass Worko PricesTST Pze Offers from Leac1inaManufcturei Book on patents Hints to inventors inventionsId Why sOme inventors fail Send rough sketch or model hoc search of Patent Office records Our Mr Greeley was Ion Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such had full chuft ir the U S Patent Off- iceGREELEYM2INTIRE 0 0P0WASHINGTON D C t 1i Jftf r V V d LTFiESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER x6 Igio Sl 4t iIr I PRIN6FIELD SU- Navi haYJm 1 t vj ieCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR J 1jInAdvance IL SMITN Editor iuid POlkker it eldiI M 8ecoridc1 ea matter frTXS OF SUBSCRIPTION L i r t S1 1 25 i lEI JO lSOIJ 1t tl1 4Tli fo howiI1 excellent eiitonal arti j Cleif feard to Congressman Ben John II taken yerbatim from the Eliza- bItlit9Nv Mirror f HOri Ben johnsop peon a magnificent ricty in this Congressional Jiatrict twofay His majority over Dr J W Gaddie was more than 6000 th- Yktgst ever given a candidate in the itk IMtrlCt His home county I n iavII kim 2180 votes out of a jontyoft1 cilftdidate jnl oncpunty md e tha- friers even hundred above the Democratic majority in that city No ber testimonial can b- etwntt oc published of a man than such y teittteionkl of ballots depoited in th e rsUijlit bexee b7 the hands of hIS hom The tell the story of an honor aWelife well spent among his fellow titas While the whole district ave Yidejetoa marked degree of his cI ITet popularity it was hIs 1IoIH conty that lacel the Kolden MrlkJ Hcounty in the lower house of the Gearal AHembly of Kentucky twic- 3iayiz been thR Speaker of the Hous- PuritK hie last term Both as a mem bar Qdu Speaker he served with credit Mil ability He was then a ver j yeUIiC man After thIs service i public once he was actively gaged inqformanY n years and was ucceeaful While he was not a ca dat hime1f he was always alive to the interest of hIs party and his frIends aDd rendered to both much valuable service About eight years ago he again en I wed actively in politics when he 00 andidita for Stat Senator m baadistrlcL He was so emmently- luaUftedaIidso popular among his pen pie that no one opposed him for th- otnination e at the hands of the Demo cratie party and he was elected WIth ut an effort Hon D H Smith at that time represented the Fourth District tn llgraits While Mr Johnson was urvlnghia term in the Senate the time tonominate a candIdate for Congress veiled around and at the solicitation of his many friends he announced his ptirpose of becoming a can idatefor- tAeDe OC atJc nomination As had been the care in the other Where he asked for the nominations at the hands oflila party aU opposition s I meted away and he was given th- aontinationi for Congress without op position as has been true each time TheAcmeMeat Market tones and has been elected each time nominated His majorrtiea have increas as his constituents have learned led of him His bitterest opponents tofficialof the public and the people whom he represented Mi Johnson is able clean and capable BepoHe88eshuman nature and of men and we know of no man that excels him in ex ecutive ability He is just such a man as Kentucky needs as Governor and just sticks man as the Democratic Party needs to pilot it to victory next year The nomination should be give n him without OSttionTas it was when he was a candIdate for State Senator andas It has been each time he hsbeen a candidate for Congress W have no doubt however that with or without opposition he will win the nomination and we feel quite sure that in toe final election as usual VICTORY JO large letters will be emblazoned on the standard he bears and the good people of Kentucky will learn to know him and love him as have the people of his LegIslative Senatortil andcOngres signal Districts Death of 1111 Tatums Child Clifton Sherley the htUe son of Mr HilledIed on the 11th mst or that dread disease scarlet fever after an illness of two weeks The little child was only years and 6 months old and was th sufrferings were intense but it was no known by nis parents that his condition was serious and medical aId was no summoned until too late The was followed bYdropsy which was the immediate cause of hIs death The tu thee following day and interment was in the Christian cemetery at Vilhsburg The many friends of the bereaved parents extend thesincerest condolence to them Thompson yan The marriage of William Thompson todoedies to theIr were married at the Catholic church at ppyr groomn is son of Douglas Thompson Jorye conn JRoyaltyDriscali Mr James Driseal1 and MIss Claudie Royalty were married on Saturday lain st Lebanon Rev A C Graves pe r forming the ceremony The brIde the daughter of Mr Douglass Royal tv beautiful young woman T ama a wellknown ycun g man and a member of the regul ar Death of David B Thurman bestIknownat Taylorsville on Monday the 14t- inst of typhoid fever aged sixty on ansThos rman and two brothers Joh and George Thurman of Shelby count 1Oeo Clock The BUll and CourierJournal iL liand N MullicanhFresh Meatso all Kinds Fresh Pork Pure Pork Sapsage Cooked Ham and Minced loaf Excellent for Sandwiches Pure and Compound lardt New Stock Flrst Class StaPle Groceries Just received a fresh stock of Candies Oranges Apples and bananni r FISH AND OYSTERS l SEASON highestmarketBring or send your Laundryfirstclass work Guaranteed r l earnestly solicit your liberal patronage i J MORANi rJ DrG T1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST ee1hExlr cted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield Ky mea in flagon Block up NotesiLocal News Last week it was rooster quailsIfus taleseOur local Nimrods shot so many holes in the atmosphere yesterday that the stars were vIsible at noon Mr and Mrs G L Wharton art re- cervmR congratulations over the arrive of a son at their home Thursday Nov 10 1910 fresh fruit for your cakes at J A 1JohnLOSTA black hog weIght about offered forinformation calvese6 or 7 neartcan same by paying fer keeping and advertising KEENrNew fa of Glassware a- lhinaware jUst received J AShdders Grocery As Told in the Hillsan tetampl of the best American melodrama will be presented in the Opera douse hereon Satnrday the 19th inst by the W F Mann Co Locate your seatsearlv and avoid the rush Bowling Alley Open Take a thYe healthful exercise The manager of the Opera House Mr Leo Hqdon realizing that there is a detnarxt for goptt clean comedy b all theater goers thIs part of the pr o ductlon Of As Told in the Hills has been made an important feature See It and be convinced Tickets now o sale at Haydon WJl1etts Drug Store The Dixie Comedy Co Buckskin Charlies vaudeville troupe IS expec istad to open up a weeks engagenlent here on Monday t hP 21st inst with a helarge and efficient company Every thing new and uptodate This company is well and favorably known here and it goes without saying that they wilPpresent an attractlve perfurmance each evening Groceriets c t pc J A Shad e hThe boys of the Springfield High exultadnt bnto s MaryYa College teamby a score of 6 to P St Marys always has a good strong team hs this year defeated some of the best teams in the State Following is the most authentic re yesiSmith a sick turkey Joe Bishop John ny Greenes cat George Mullican Tom OBrIens cow Doc Trusty a col ored gal in the suburns Rip Russell Overstreets pet poster Bob Mark a couple of skunks Marshall Duncan 2 squirrels There were a number of other casualties among them a few i offensive quails thatwere minding their own business nd troubling nobody Regular services in the Methpdi a t church Sundaymorning at 1100 oclock evening at 700 oclock Sunday scho at 1000 oclock Subjects for next Sun day Morning urhe Sunday School Its Place to the Nurture of Young LIfe Evening Mary Magdalene or Love and Service T J Wade PastorI NUTICEAll 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 Tile Ladies of the Catholic church will serve court dinner in February littleIThe Ladies of the Pleasant Grove church will have a sale of cakes Chick ens and salads on Wednesday Novi 23 at Hagan Bros Patronage Solicit ed For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLRANIWG AND PUESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop + + +++ e It I w+ Specie SaleI I For + tit 10+ Days our is nw toyour at the +you same a Ti fit + TlIANKSGIVING DAY Issued By the President of the United Willson State HolidayI Frankfort Ky Nov 13The GovI followinYg pro tan The President of the United Statea or America has by a public proclama 1tion set aside Thursday Nov 24 1910- as a dy of and prayer to God and to harmony with that proclamation and the spirit of our Common wealth and in the name of the Corn monwealth and all of its people I unite in that action of the President No land and no people have so much to be thankful for and I call upon our people to pray for right and jus fhroughIthereof We are thankful for the blessm1s of the government of the people by the people and for the people we are fur for the many blessings and bountIes bestowed upon us we are thankful lor good friends and good cheer for ou hOpes and our chances we are thankful those m his providence and his wisdom We should give covenant that we cherish and obey his laws and wit each other the covenant of our own laws and customs to do to the Lord o and to bring blessings to th Let us pray that h3 will bring itto pass that every soul shall have an ualall chance before the law and that this bome1Let alaI1 m our to keep and hold the love riendship confidence good will and nowntherefore I Augustus Willson Governor of the Comm nwealt of KentUcky have set aside and do by fix the 24th day of this November 1910 as a day of general thank giving alofshaH cease from toil and business tin d truIIY vJ LadiesTailoredSuitsCoats t+ We have on a very large 41 41toneed of a stylish Suit or Separate Coatnow is your fit w HOLIDAY LINENS S ttpIcked 1Reduced prices on Table Linens TowelsI iT E SHOESt tv We are sh owinr the swellest of Ladies Shoes on 1St c the market in Velvets Suedes and Patent Leather fit ff Every department in store prepared fit meet lowest prIces andye cordially invite to inspect before buying fit The RORERTSONCIAYBROOKE CO WcORlORATED ff + fit + +++ +fitfit++++ +Ht PROCLAMA TION Statesiov Announces thanksgiving Gods thank tekeep honor Hosts Commonwealth power Now here hand tock OPportunity overI Napkins and line wants gracious providence and pledge tohlmI to keen our covenants with our each other of faithful service of hu man kindness patlent and ste dfast endurance of the tasks of life and earnest 1ood work to the end that we may hope for continued and renewed blessings hln witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the Commonwealth of Kentucky to be affix ed Done at Frankfort this 14th day of November in the Year qt our Lord 1910 and in the 119th year of tine Commonwealth AUUGSTUS E V LLSON Governor of Kentucky Senator Bradley Improved Senator W O Bradley who was stricken with acute indigestion near Bowling Green has recovered sufficlent- Jy to be removed to his home in Louts villa He was accompanied by hIS daughter Mrs John G Soutt and her husband Dr south While very iriudli improved the Senator is yet far from being a well man ILL MY PIMPLES ROME I was ashamed of my faces writes AltamahawIscars but after using D DD Prescription I can say that now there is no threehDD D has 1fvalue is sometimes overlooked in clear inP up rash pimples blackheads anti other minor forms of skip impuri ties The fact is that while D D D penetrating that It strikes to the veryf root of Eczema or any other serious trouble the soothirfg Oil of Winter green Thymol and other ingredients are so carefully compounded there is no wash for the skin made that can com remedyhD D A IS pleasant to use perfect Iy harmless to the most delicate ski and absolutely reliable A 25 cent tie will gIve you positive poof of botI wonderful effectiveness Of this great HayIdon ICraup IS most prevalent dwdJll the weather of the earlY wieter months Parents of young chlkket should be prepare for it AlL tlwit a3 needed is a bottle ol Chamberlains Cough Remedy Many mothers are never without it to theIr homes and it xall5ECURIT y 111 aa I 1 THIS six1nc tcement welded joint gives you continuous ne piece roof without a inglenailhoIethrough- Jt of natural mneral asphaltthe best weather iproofi known NO COII Tar SOLD ZY GorgeJ Bege nail MANUFACTURER o5 HandMade Harness SPRINGFIELD KY M 11 8 8 8 r81 NighGrade Sewing Machines At 19 20 and 2250 fTT AGENTS PRICE X50 and 560 Ed M Russell Springfield ujo ell 1 e8 ell 11 III III III ee el 1 I I f fItt I n AeTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER t6 1910 J pUnc SAEof FValuabl e Live Stock S On the farm of W D Claybrooke 112 miles East of Springfield on Mackville pike I will sell to the hishst and best bidder the following Live Stock on THURSDAY NOV I71910 24 Head of Mules li head fcomiOf J ear old Mules all broke f to work one team 5 year old mare mules extra food t year old Horse Mule 3 yearling Mules 1 pair Red Sorrel mare mule Colts and Horse Il nd one Mare Colt 4 MxI Six Brood Mares Six Brood Mares all In foal to Thurman Peters Jack except one Registered mare io foal t to Red Bird Also 13 year old BaY Gelding T sell as Burner Roller and ass m a m and 20 Six note interest and in of MO OF SELLS PRICE IS 1 J i MAGAZINES s 1 bat that Dollar has For the Home the Great E enefit fA de a ThIS is the tide Hof magazine reading l Ten- years ago one magazine in the familY was now the in mast homes are with magazines flauntin- g tiiir covers allurin K the most indifferent to draw rip chair rn cozy corner and see what treasures lie between such at- tractiye bindings It is the mah azure that has wrought the revolution It is to the 7 5 Head ofICOItS Yearlingcolt and l mare colt by Red Bird 15 Head Cattle One 8 Yr old Cow Calf old Cow and Calf I black Steer weight about bOO Ibs 2 black heifers eight head high grade Jersey Heifers an bred to very fine Bull Will also I Bemis Tobacco Setter good new J Tobacco Bed I Steel tone Large Heating Stove good new LunchServed at 1I0oa Sale Begins Promptly at 1130 TERMS20 under Cash Over months time with from date with good personal security payable either Bank SORT IYBIDDING EYEiIYTHIMG YOUR MIME ybrookeSVALUE OF BOOKS AND Magazine Done and EamRyA ofmagazines 9thigh average i considered a luxury tables piled high numerous brilliant highly adorned a a dollar r almost impossible count weanling of Shorthorn and Jyr Jersey yearling Yearling Reglstered Springfield iJf many dollar magazines which flood the marketeach month The most brilliart and talented men and women of today are writing their best for these cheap periodicals placing iri the hand of the poorest as well as tile richest the b st literature What a world of informa tion is attractively given in these later day magazines and what beautiful pIctures illustrate them Just to look at the pictures WIll wake up the mind and make it think and when it begins to think then it begins to think fur more reading There IS no way of calculating the enormous amount of good that has been done by the magazines Every large city and many small towns have their reading rooms where men and boys women and girls can find aU the m ga- zmes and papers and spend those idle hours after business in reading instead of lounging in saloons and public dance halls It s the right of the children m the r Farm for SaleA fine Nelson County Farm of 225 acres on pike 24 miles South of Frederick suitable for corn tobacco wheat or oats and is a splendid stock farm running water in every field This farm has l been used as a stock farm for the last to years and allcleared land iIis in grass except 40 acres with 25 of that sown in wheat There is 50 acres of fine timber A two torJ to room house with lag cellar 1 fine well and cIstern at door Stable wIth 14 roomy box stalls water instable a large tobacco or stock barn and all other nece s arv outbuildings Tenant house 3 acres fine young orchard 3 acres of alfalfa Telephone and Rural Route Possession given Jan ist jJf sold immelatelY Price 4000 per acre DICKERSON BROS a iiI KytJ i a r Ite l ublic SaleIAs Executrix of the estate of Mrs Malinda Thompson I will offer for sale to the highest bidder on the premises two miles from St Mary on thaRaywickand Springfield road kt ON THURSDAY DEC fst 1910 t beginning at 1 oclock p m FARM OF 218 ACRJtSI the farm is in a high state of cultivation and splendidly watered It is well located being near both school and church It has on it a good 8room dwelling barn and aU necessary outbuildings It also has on is a good tenant house rhe farm will b offered is a whole and also in three different tracts 4 andsold in the manner brings the most money Also at the same time 1 will sell of land adjoining my mothers place Will also I iIellthe following personal property S good brood mares l six years old ht years old gnd 1 aged the 8 yearold mare being a good family mare and extra gentle 2 mule colts 1 good milk cow l heifer calf sows k and 9 pigs corn hay and oats ==TERMSOn real estate onethird cash balance in 12 and Years 4 with lien to secure deferred payments On personality sUDs pf 10 and under cos h over that tour months bankable note with interest z MISS Annie E Thompson Executrix Malinda Thompson Estate J fiHOOOQOOOCOOCOQOOOOOOOOT r home to be supplied with good clev ting entertaining magazines nothing so helps in moulding character like good reading and under the headof good reading we would put anything that makes the heart light the brain clear and to express it easelY leaves a good taste in the mouth Not only are the literary people the buyers of the magazines but every withIhisthe milliner her hat magazine the merchant his bulletin the housekeeper her particular journal the dress maker her fashion paper the poultry man his hen paper the hardware men the butcher the baker the candlestick maker all have their tradejournals Farmers have long since known that they cannot farm intelligently without a good farm paper One of the secrets of successful farming today and the increased price of farm crops is due to the fact that farmers read theirpapers- and one of the recent magazines pub lished an artIcle on the Passing of The Hayseed The old time Hay seedwoke up and read the magazines and is now the cultivated country gentlemanA M W in Taylor County Enquirer J POSTEDThe undenigncd hereby give warning to allpersons not to trespass upon- lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders totwillespeciallySAM PHILLIPPS r f d no 2 PAR1tOTT BROS 2 miles E of ton R L BRADY r f d no G WCOCANOUGHE rfdn 4 IC J HAYDON City S BARBER r f dno 1- T A GRUNDY r f d no 1 GRUNDY ORPHANS HOME HR WATERS r t duo 4 W G GRUNDYr f d no1 JOHN BASEL MULLIC4N r Cdno i MRS J WKELLY JOHNY MAYES Parties desiring thetrnames in this column during hunting season can do so for 23e cash Notice to Turkey Raisers I We have closed our turkey market for the thanksgiving trade but tivill open again on Dec 1 for the Christ mas market Springfield Poultry Co Farm for Sale Containing about JOO acres 45 acres in grass 8 or io in timber never failing water frame dwelling good barn 1 mile from railroad convenient to school church etc For further tn- lformation call on Dr E L McINTYRE WOODLAWN KENTUCKY TH i mll COVI JOuraaI ILA iW ISPRINGFIELD TEETH r Pain or Danger j IAll0000000000000t oQ Personal Nofes i 0o0io Personal News 0 oooooooooooo NemeSImmslatherines spent the last of the week at home returnedhomeMrs G E Medley of Owe nsborQ MrMcCauley Mrs Oscar urry is the guest of relatives in Louisville this week Mrs Felix Hamilton of Lebanon was the guest of Mrs W T Leachman last week spentSundayMrs good Cunningham of Oklahoma is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J R Smith daughterMayme daughterAgnestral of Mrs Flinns grandmother Mrs Haydon Sunday Mrs crank Smith of Bardstown spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs H L Smith W D Clavbrooke was called t Alabama Sunday by The illness of his baby The baby has been in the South several weeks with its mother and last week was stricken With pneumonia Judge W E Selecman T Scott Campbellburg Monday Lonnie Campbell and Clell Boblitt Pent Sunday in Wilhsburg Judge John Fulton and Mr Will IH Fulton attended court here last Fri day Charlie Greene visitod in Bardstown last week J H Waters and Richard Green well of Bourbon visited here Saturday and Sunday Rev W H Williams is in Cvnthi KentuCkyBaptist Earl Baker of the U S A who has been visiting his parentS here for the past month returned to his station at Columbus 0 this morning CityisWaters at this place Mr Waters was accompanied here by Mr W H V den SundayinMisses Myrtle Bessie and Pearl Campbell spent Thursday ant Friday tn LouIsville iMessrs Will ONan and Bohon Lucas left this morning for a wesks stay m Louisville yforthe winter with his son Mr C T Wa hen Mr Bennie Wathen spent the first of the week tn Louisville Mr T S Nelligan dIstrict man ager for Kentucky of the W o W is here ftr the purpose of organizing a prospectsIMiss Pearl Connor has returned home after a months visIt to friends in Colorado uquerqueNMcClellan Mr C F Haydon of Shelbyville was called here Saturday by the death of hIS grandmother Mr and Mrs o D Hatchett and little daughter spent the week end in Perryville S A Russell of Lebanon is at tending court here today G D Duncan was tn Louisville yesterday Mrs J Hi Thurman is at Martins wile Ind Miss Jennie Carrico has returned home after a visit to friends at Holy Cross w R Selecman was in WiUisburJt Monday Mr J C Day spent Saturday and Sunday in LouIsville An Ideal Husband ill patient even with a nagging wife for he knows she needs help She may be so nervous and rundown m health that trifles annoy her If she is melan choly excitable troubled with loss of appetite headache sleeplessness ron stipation or fainting and dizzy spells she reeds Electric Bitters the most won derful remedy for ailing women Thou sands of sufferers from female troubles nervous tlubletitbackache and weak kidneys have become healthy and happy Try them Only 50c- Satistactton guaranteed by Haydon Robertson New Fresh Lane of Everything Re quired to bake YourCales fruits C ytron Lemom Peeling Rai onsr Orange Peeling Currents Shelled Nuts Spices And Everything Needed ForYour Fruit GakeSrJnd Gandy lcWeboughttherefore giving our customers THE BEST RHOKATIE HERTlEIN Fresh Oysters Received Every Other Night ORIGIN OF TilE NA lES OF THINGS The Peculiar and Simple Manner in Which Many familiar Ob- jecs Obtained NameS Vernier who invented the system of measurement which bears his namedled in 1637 thIs word has therefore considerable antiquity The gUIllotine was named after a French physIcian J Guillotin who was said to have invent ed It in 1785 but an instrument essen tialry similar was used at Halifax a cen tury and a half before this abdjWedO not know how much earlier and anoth er known as the Scottish maiden was in use in Edinburgh in the sixteenth century The French guillotine executed its first victim in 1702 and it is said that the inventor was himself condemned to suffer by his own invention but he es caped by a counter revolution and died a natural death in 1814 He devised the instrument as a means of rendering capital punishment less painful and he was very much annoyed it is said that the instrument was called by his name =John Montague fourth Earl of Sand wichwhen he was occupied at the ga ming table took his refreshment in the form of sandwiches whence theirname The earls title was taken from Sand wich m Kent The metal pinchbeck an alloy of five parts of copper with one of zinc was the invention ofa London watchmaker named Christopher Pinchbeck who dIed in 1732 There is a pace named Pinch- beck in Lincolnshire 1he silhodette is named in derision of a French minister of finance t EtIenne de Sihouette whose financial reforms were regarded by his cotemporaries as ofa rather cheap and meager character ExWhe 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 inga natural Drug19sts cEJM- RHEUMA1IMFor twentyfive pears BptanieHinod Balm B B B has ceDe Prfnt1JSecondand aU lire a of Skim DUeases Rheumatismand cacaia- we solicit the El It I1Udtln3 e eases becaure Jlt B S cure w ere alt else fulls It y a have ll aches and pains iu Boies Back r Joints Mucus 1atcirea III uth Sore SptltrtErebrows falJlnt out I feklRIttwkt t1 busters or Opes H uiora tRW or Pimples of Zeasma Boils bweihaqs- Eatings Sores take BB B lt kilethepoison makes the blood eandrich I chancing the mttreboly heefiIK l aches palm and itcrJnrz lrln rthe PoiaoaatleumaIt YoTANIO ItLaeD 1JL fgis antal1d sacotake eo 1n of iureBotanic Ins edfents It rtft and e riches the laloPER LZGBI4OTTLE Rfr linms care Sithie tre lrrittanLOir rMGanlaa S l fSold byHAYDON IiLETr- SCIENtE HAiLi Miss Blanche Carrico of Holy Crorit- returned home last Thursday apending three weeks with relative and friends of this place SJie lrSac- companfed by her brother Erie J B Rans is still confined to his bed with typhoid fever Miss Mattie CJarksOtl petIt lasteekwith her aunt Mrs Walkeh Misses Blanche Carriceawl Tara dayeveaingMr Luke Barlow is onthoeicklwtn- this week Mr Jr W Bush and wife wets in this community Sunday Mrs Douglas Thompeo1 spent lam Thursday with Miss Alice Late GityMoplaceL Bardstown Was here Sunday Bill Thompson and Frank C1rkHA were m Lebanon Monday last on buai- ness Miss Tavia Goodlett pet1t day SpriflEelaMisses spent the latter part of tie week with their father at this place jr Mr Jeff Goatlev was here Weerday night The Sun and couriet naL11IL r U I To The People of County U I Washington j I r We are and ave been forr the past 30 days receiving the largest shwDIst business we have one the and filled every available Ip with upto to Furnatu r we are PreParedby buyingln advance to offer our patrons goodrvalues for their tnoneYoWethe earnestly solicit an inspection and thInk you can find what a011 want at our unusual low Pricee I C4MPBELLrc4 LEACHMAN 11 ID 1 Irt c IQr eniie rrC7RCZZAR IZ1 C4J ii lwTz4rAM h A1 1Czrrq RC raeros r4 r 1 lzpe CosaxY 7 SYNOPIIS xwrence Jllake1ey tawyer oe to tiburg with the forged aotee la the case to get the deposIUonU o- ffha Gilmore a1i1J fro la Ute latterS ieese he HattraiMed by tIe picture o- fa girl whams G 1IDI61 exRhalis is hIs naysbrM forger A ledy retiuesta Dlakaley to tlmy PllMin tlckbt liegtvei her kw r leand retatne Sewer tee He tuisa man Ig a druakea stupor li lower lea and pe8tobN In tower 1l1neHo slKake a I Iexer aeyea and finds that bad and clothes are aetsetng The aaaa III lJoNer ten fbund murdered His HarringtonTMesa bettedIRthe nthtt evhleacej1ace XJlako1ey un clon of murdcr The train Is theith IfO to he Car tirm f e breakfst The girl groves M MAIlsoa Weet his partaers sweet mystifymelawytlalceloT utmOticed pits Itls Ills pocket his3atsdlad3CHAIrER XiContinued hekegrbere wass a seconds indecision with the knob thftjadgiBg discretion the- M fatter Mrs went away Now thea McKnlght said set l 1D himself la a olair beside the bed s1tit nut Not the wreckt bow all 1 wt about that But the- theft Lean tell you beforehand that ItaIhad irOma crawled painfully t of bed eggoClI pad witk tie glass in the air A WIT Peaed startled tmakH you think that 4To dent know the first principles ijt food detective yarn he said- secrufally Of course It was the oma Ibl the empty kouse nextt door- ryou said it was brass pIpes you wtlL remember Wellon with the dance let jey be snnconiined oI toW ta story I had told It so want tiffiee that day tkat I did It au tomaUcaUy IWl I told about the girl- with thatbfonze hair and my susplc- lolll But xI dId not mention Alison West cKrlllht listened to the end without Interruption When had nllh d he drew a torig breath somethingSc disporItisi theylcopllnt hold you for th- erur4erwiikk is aregu ten twent ikirt crIme anyhow But the notes that 1dl erent They are not burned nri1ow Your man wasnt on the trailstherefore he wasnt in tile Wreck If ke didnt know what he was probakiyic a fathead bes awake by this time what hes got Hell try to sell teem to Bronson probably Or tous I DUlin- W aid nothing for a few minutes 3IcKIlght smoked a cIgarette and- stared xta photograph of Candidfl bestttonYforelates Z dlhrt go to Richmond he observed Ijmally The remark followed qty own thoughts so closely that I arte4 1JUss West Is not home yet t from Seal Harbor teceJvlBg np response he lapsed lIpin fato thoughtful silence Mrs lo toll came in just as the Clock tfonlorththefresilI1ached chair for her feet She was wonderfut1yatured in adressinggown- that wits rtminiscent in parts of aU the ones 1Ilie had given me for a halt- 4oxen cfrrimu S anSI she lithe a pur tKa veil wrapped around her head to Jaidto knows What deficiency She eXamined the empty eggnog glace inquired what the evening paper ttad said about the weather and then tatkedinto the dressing room and p eFarinedwith much ostentatious cii g to sit up aU night ViJ fell Silent again whUe Mc InSgl1t traced a rough outline of the tj n the white tablecover and tiuzzled it out slowly Uvas some twDg like this ia 8 a mix A 7 YOlthInJt J he cleanged the togs on dcrer4nod nine so that when yo- uwcntback to bed you thought you were crhwling into nine when it was reallY evcn ehrProbably es everybody IitetthXeplled wearily Jove w1iat S me of bridge that feilorwould pmy Jt was Uko finess IDS an oigh spot and winning out i would scarcely bare doulted Via f haft the togs lieen repro sed In- r b t cjri1 fTI cQrtlniy left fou i j a bad way Not a jury In the country would stand out against the stains the stiletto and the murdered mans pocketbookin your possession Then you thinkSulUvan did It I asked 9f course said McKnight confidently Unless you did It in your sleep Look at thson his pin Andlpocketbook But why did he go off without the money T persisted And where does the bronzehaired girl come In Search me McKnight retorted flippantly Inflammation of the imagi nation on your part Then there Is the piece of tele gram It said lower ten car seven Its extremely likely that she had Il That telegram was about me Richey Tm getting a headache he said putting out his cigarette against the sole of his shoe All Pm certain of just now Is that if thpro hadnt been a wreck by this time youd be sitting inan eight by ten cell ana feeling like the rhyme for It But listen to this I cntendeJf as he picked up his hat this fellow Sul litan is a fugitive and hes a lot more likely to make advances to Bronson than to 11L We could have the case continued release Brons6Ilon ban and set a watch on him Not my watch McKnight protest ed Its a family heirloom firmIIynecktie to dream over If you think It will help any Mrs Kloptons voice came drowsily from the next room punctuated by aI yawn Db I forgot to tell you she called with the suspicious lisp which fit characterizes her at night somebody called up about noon Mr Lawrence It was 5ong distance and ho said ho would call again The name was she yawnedSullivan CHAPTER XII The Gold Jag I have always smiled at those cases of spontaneous combustion which like fusing the component parts of a seid- litz powder unite two people In a bubbling ephermeral ecstasy But sure surely there Is possible with but a single megting an attraction sogreat- a community of mind and Interest so strong that between that first meet lug and the next the bond may grow Into something stronger This Is PS pecially true I fancy or people with temperament the modern substitute for imagination It is a nice ques tion whether lovers begin to love when they are together or when they are apart Not that I followed an such lint of reasoning at the time I would not even admit my folly to myself But during the restless hours of that first night after the accident when my bwct ached with lying on ii and any mytagainIto had patted n teaspoonful medicine cut of MrS Kloptons Indignant hand What Was It McKnight had said about myielfAndd Dell fancy I groaned Tnere is no use expatiating on the friendship between two men who kava gone to gether through college have quarreled and made it up fussed together over politics and debated creeds for years men dont need to be told and women cannot understand Neverthe less I groaned If it had been anyone but Rich Some things were mine however and I would hold them The halcyon breakfast the queer hat the pebble In her small shoe the gold bag with the broken chainthe bag Why it was In my pocket at that moment I got up painfully and found my coat Yes there was the purse bul ging with an opulent suggestion of wealth insIde I went back to bed again somewhat dizzy between effort and the touch of the trinket so lately hers I held it up by its broken chain and gloated over Il By careful atten tion to orders I ought to be put in a day or so ThenI could return It to her I really ought to do that It was valuable and I wouldnt care to trust It to the man I could run down to Richmond and see hex oncethere was no disloyalty to Rich in that T had no Intention of opening the little bag I put it under my pillow which was my reason for refusing to have the linen sUps changed to Mrs Ktoptons dismay And sometimes dur Ing the morning while I lay under a virgin field of white ornamented with strangeflowers my cigarettes hidden beyond discovery and Science and Health on a table by my elbow as If by the merest accident I slip my hand under my plU wand touch It rev erentlyMcKnight came in about 11 I heard his car at the curb followed almost immediately by his slam at the front door and his usual clamor ou the stairs He had a bottle under his arm rightly surmisIng that Ihad been forbidden stimulant and a large box or cigarettes In his pocket suspecting my deprivation SWell ho said cheerfully flow did you sleep after keeping the up h1f the night I Upped my hand around the purse was well covered Have It now or walt tm I get the cork out he rattled on I dont want anything I protested- I wish you Wouldnt be so darned cheerful Richey Ho stopped whit- tlIng to stare at me I am saddest when I sing he Knew That of Chain quoted unctuously ultapure reac tion Lollle Yesterday the sky was low I was digging for my best flt nd Todayho lies before me his peevish self Yesterday I thought the notes were burned todayI look forward to a good crosscountry chase and with luck we will draw His voice changed suddenly Yesterdayshe wasin Seal Harbor odlshe Is here Hero In Washington I asked as naturally as I couldfYes Going to stay a week or two- Oh I had n little hen and she had a wooden leg And nearly every mornlt1l she used to lay nn eggto Will you stop that racket Rich lts the real thins this time I sup poso Well he said judi stallS since- you ding it from me I think porhaps- t Is Youyoure such o confirmed womanhater that I hard knew how you would take tt Nothing of the sort I denied testily Because a man t aches the age of 30 without making maudlin love to everyto lve taken to tong county rides lie went on reflectively witHout listen ins to me and yesterday J ran over a sheep nearly went Ihto the ditch But tteres Providence that watches over fools rind lovers and just now t know darned welt that Itn one and I Idea Im both iSgust1Itment I tVish you n11 1 that man dultim net ma evet tktelephone yesterday morning probably hadnt yet discovered the Dronsonnoteeprovlding you hold to your theory that the theft war incidental to the murder May have wanted his own clothes again or to thank you for yours Search me cant think of anything else The doctor came in just then Pretty good shape he said How did you sleep Oh occasionally I replied HJ would like to sit uP doctor Nonsense Take a rest while you have an excuse for It 1 wish to thunder I could star In bed for day Of so I was up art night Have a drink McKnight said puehics over the bottle Twins The doctor grinned Have two rinksr But the medical man refused I wouldnt even wear a champagne colored necktie during business hours he explained By the way I had another case from your acct dent 111 Blakeley last yesterday aft ernoon Under the tongue please He stuck a thermometer in my mouth I had a sudden terrible vIsion of the amateur detective comIng to light notebook cheerful Impertinence and incriminating data A small manre I demanded gray halr Keep your mouth closed the doctor said peremptorily NorA wom an with a fractured skull Beautiful case Van Kirk was up U his eyes and sent for me Hemorrh ge right sIded paralysis irregular pupilsall the trimmings Worked for two hours Did she recover McKnight put In He was examining the doctor with a new owe She lifted her rIght arm before I left the docor finIshed cheerily so the operation was a success even if she should die- uGoodheavens McKnight broke tn and I thought you wet9 just an ordinary mortal like the rest of us Let me touch you for luck Was she pretty i Yes and young Had a wealth of bronzecolored hair Upon my soul I hated to cut it- McKnight and I exchanged gltDces Do YOU know her name doctor I asked UNo The nurses said her clothes came from a PlttsburgtaUor She Is not conscious I suppose uNo she may be to1orroworl- a week He looked at the thermometer murmured something about liquid diet avoiding my eyeMrs Klopton was broiling a chop at the tineand took his departure humming cheerfully at he went downstairs McKnight looked after him wistfully Jove r wish I bed his con titu- Uon he exclaimed Neither nerves nor heart What a chauffeur he would make But I was serious I have an Idea f said grimly that this small matter ot the murder is goIng to come up again and that your uncle will be In the deuce of a fix it It does If that woman Is going to dIe somebody ought to be around to take her deposition She knows a lot if she didnt do It herself I wish YOU would go down to the telephone and get the hospital Find out her name and It she is conscious McKnight went under protest I havent much time he said looking at hIs watch Im to meet Mrs West and Alison at one I want you to know them LoUie You would like the mother Why not Ua daughter t Inquired I touched the little gold bag under the pillow Well he said judicially youve always declared against the Immaturity and romantic nonsense ct very young women I never saId anything ot the sort I retorted furiously There is moro satisfaction to shad out of a good saddle horse he quoted me More excitement out of a pole pnny and as for the eternal matrimonial chase give me Instead good stubble a fox some decent dogs and n hunter and Ill show you the real joys of the chase For heavens sake gp down to the telephone you make my head ache I said savagelyihardly know what prompted me to take out the gold purse and look at Il It was an Imbecile thIng to do emf It impulse sentimentality what JOU wish I brought It out one cyo ou the door for Mrs Klopton has a readr eye and a noiseless shoe But the house was quiet DownstaIrs Mr Kulghtwas flirting wltJi the telephont central and there aas nn odor of boneset tea In the air J think Mrs 1lo1lon was fascinated out of he- theorlaw by the boneset In COQ thin wi h tlm fractured arm Anyl1 1w I held UP the bg and louli- ed at Jt n must have been un- fafJ qed for tho next Instant there was an avalanche on the snowfield 01 the counterpanesome money a wisp of a handkerchief a tiny booklet with thin Iellves covered with a powders subtunccund a necklace I dross tilysolf up slowy and stared at tht- nEcklnce It was ono of the semibarbaric of fairs that women are wearing now s heavy pendant of gold chains and curved cameos swung from a thib neck chain of the same metal The necklace was broken In three placet the links were pulled apart and the cameos swung loose aitd partly detached Hut it was the supporting chain that held my eye and fascinated with its sinister suggestion Thre Inches of It had been snapped off and as well as I knew Anything on earn l knew that thn bit of chain that hi amateur detective bad found b4t o stain and alibelonged Jutthere- f O Bw c ortxnstia t flEa CROSS SEAlS Novel Way of Conducting Ware on the White Plague HOW the AntlTuberculolls Campaign Is Financed and a Relief Fund Raised by the Aid of Little Christmas Stickers New York Wars always produce anew supply of emergeucy measures for the relief of the sick and wounded It Is not surprising then that the CIvil war wIth its hundreds of thousands of maimed and wounded soldiers coupled with Yankee Ingenuity should have brought into existence the stamp as a means of raising money for the soldiers relief funds The scheme was first Instituted IIi Boston In 1862 at the United States Sanitary fair but so successful was the idea that other lairs in Brooklyn Stanford and Springfield Mass at once adopted It Hundreds of thousands dollars were raised In this way So popular however did the stamp become that the public became satiated and soon after the war the salft- IJf stamps for charitable purposes fell Into dIsuse In this country In Europa the charity stamp was adopted In Portugal for the first time In 1892 and has been Imitated with varying success In almost every country on the continent and even in Australia and the Orient It was a war that again brought the stamp Into national plominence In the United States but not a war of guns- and of fields of carnage It was a war of enlightenment against Ignorance a war of cleanliness on filth a war of health against diseasethe great American war against tuberculosis While the Civil war wIth Its slaugh ter and death killed about 200000 gov andmaimedevery year that silent subtle foe tuberculosis slays 200000 and lays low three to five times that number A war therefore against such an enemy demanded and still demands am- Munition and varIed resources To furnish these necessary supplIes for war the Red Cross stamp was first launched ou a national basis by the AmerIcan Red Cross in 1908 the year before In 1907 the first sale ot stamps for charitable purposes for more than a generation had taken Red Cross Seat Enlarged place In Delawarer centering In and around Wilmington A little group of women In that city headed by Miss Emily P Bissell who was allied both with the Red Cross and the AntiTu- berculosis society instituted the plan of selling Christmas stamps the funds to be devoted to the local fight against consumption Thb Idea had come front Denmark How the pennies ac cumulated In that first sale And how the dollars grew t That experiment started the Amer- Ican Red Cross to thinking nd they reasoned that here was a war against a more devastating disease than any war or pestilence thst had ever been known Why not have an emergency relief fund for use In this war In all parts of Ue United States since the enemy was everywhere The Idea of a national stamp was therefore launched In 1908 and with little or no organization over 135000 was raised for the tight against tuberculosis In 19Q9 a more systematic attempt to organize the sale was made A per centage Qf 20 per cent was charged by the American Red cross to each la cal agent selling stamps the sales ago aggregating fully 250000 What Is oven greater this sale was the means onconsumpUonnever before given this subjec thel1 attention Tho oiltlook for 1910 Is extremely brIght The sale wIll be organized before Christmas to a grater or less degree In almost state In the Union A Million for Tuberculosis Is the slogan of the caDpalgn Already 25006000 stamps have been issued and every Indication points to 1ge sale of four times that npmbur The United States postotflca authori ties have reque ted that the stickers ho caned seals this year and have ordered that they bo placed on the back of letters and packages Instead of on the face These seals wIll not carry any mall but every kind of mall will carry them Every man woman and child In the United States can help In this war It Is not a war that demands much sacrifice Surely anyone can given cent a nickel or a dime for a few Red Cross sells Each seLl placed on a letter or a package helps the ono who sends It It helps the one who receives Itand also the unknown ono for whom I helps to provide a chance for life and death Every seal wm become a bullet directed at the enemy whoso con quest Is desired and all the mqney Is used In the placewhere the seals are sold J t SAVED s- WOMAN OPERATION ByLydiaEPinkham s Vegetable Compound iiIJiWi De Fo WJl- After an opera s i tlon four years qo I had down I1deI1fdoetorhaT8anOtbl tionPinkhams =asdt1n of my troubles Yr AUGU8TJI V1l rDeFor- est Wisconsin Another Operation Avoided offeredFinallyl was confined tQ mY bed and wuneeeAryetable ompound a trill drat anwas sated from anoperation Mrs LILyFEYRoux1U1KerIerHSt1few Thirty ears of unparalleled sttooeea confirms h0 werof LydIa E Pink0 hams Vegetable Compound to cure female ease The great volume at armgams a remarkable remedy for those this J tressing feminine ills from which many women suffer Ifyou Wantapecialadvice abont your casewritetoMrlPiakhj at Lr i free and alwaylr helpfuL f j RATHER t I STffl i Crr esM rraWhat Is the fastest run your act ever made 1 It ran me 200 in debt the1week t had it Hence the Name In the service of a Baltimore fais- ily Is an old negro cook know ast Aunt Sally and not the least fher achievement Is the preparation of sea foodwIn the kitchen one day Aunt Sallys nephew a nineyearold lad from a point where crabs are seldom SeeD was watching In breathless interest the old ladys deviling ot- a dish of such crustaceans Aunty said he after much reflec dofJldebbllNo chile promptly responded Aunt Sally but dey Is de debbii tmake j The Preface to Trade f I had a curious experience yester day said Farmer Corntossel J What was IU A A stranger came along and toldr me a funny storY and dldnt tryto sell me anything r The worst deadbeat is he who re fuses to pay a debt of gratitude l f An Attractive FoOdL t Poste Toasties f S ospS ioS Wh01CSOiT1G So Convenient So Economical So why not orderr x package from Grocer uThle Memory g rsu P stu Cereal C i l r JIiBattle Creek Mich c r 7t AI i r w I bURETTHATOOLD TODAY ul ItrlJNlher preercc Me health of a iff than Ie Us lUlu IMUNYON Tho andsofpeople who are with colds are about today Tomorrow tiey may be prostrated with pneumonia An ounce Of prevention is worth a peund of cure Get a 25 cent bottle ofMun yorL s Cold Cure at the nearest drug store This bottle maY be conveniently carried in the vest pocket If you are Dot satisfied with the effects of tie rem edt send us your tmpty bottle and we Will refund your money Munyon Cold Cure will speedily break up all forms of pneumoniaItstops sneezing allay inflammation ana If ver and tones uP the system If yos need Medical write to Cfrefullydia noebliatio unlonamelpwa Pa ROOffVELVS 1 AFRICANHEAT GAME TRilLSau Ideal Chrlstuias gift must be tr I8D who applies quickly tU tIntbayea3oopolyoflek1 anda- rwi blgb comsIon W to scftIBIRS sonIUI LS On Authority of Teacher Act Ick wftted boy asking food at a farmhouse too recently ravaged by other hungry fishing tunnts was told thit l1e wa bIg enough to Walt until lie got home ot course If you have cldIdren W1th you he1tated the kindly Woman at the hopse and was immo diately Informed that there were six children in the party No Tdo ttcll a fib n lther was therIfldflfl protest later drawn forth by the condemnation of one who had shared the good bread and butter thus secured Fib nothin Were children six times over Were chJ- IenoiCOurd father and mother children dfGod children of our country clilitren of the church an children of gce Teacher said so last Thursday and r guess she ought to know WHAT t ir 2kscThy are you stopping o run over that man irSWlftiYy ikno1P It I just want to see Wkat ails the steering gear Good Arrangement A genial looking gentleman wanted arif empty bottle in which to mix a l l UQnand went toa chemlsts to rclas one Selecting one that answered his purpose he asked the shbprnan how much it would cost W llo WII the reply if you want the thpty bottl it will be a penny but It you wnt anything In it you can liav it for nothing Well thats t ir saId the customer put in ccrk I 1 STOPPED SHORT Taking Tonics and Built Up on t t Right Food i The mistake is frequently made of trying to build up a wornout nervous syStem on socalled tonlcsdrugs New material from which to rebuild wastexirv cells Is what should be supplied and this can be obtained enIytrom proper food dTwa years ago I found mysel the V rJeo a complete nervous Cui lapse due to overwork and study and to illness in the family writes a Wisconsin jotimother My friends became alarmed be ciue I grew pale and thin and could Irlot gleep nIEhts took various tonics precribd by physicians but their effects wore off shortly after fe topped taking them My food did not tw m to nourish me and I gane6- no fesh nor blood Reading qt GrapeNuts I de- tem1ned to stop the tonics and see what a change of diet wobid do J ate GrapeNutB four times a day With crcam and drank milk also went tobed early after eating a dish ot- GrapeNuts In about two Weeks I was sleepini soundly In a short time gained 2d pounds iii weight and felt like Idiff rent Woman My little daughter whom I was obliged to keep out school last spring on account chronlc catarrh has changed from thin ule nervous ehuld to a rosy healtby girl and has gone back I school this fal- 1GraIeNuts and fresh air were thej ionIY aenta Ule to accomplish the Aiiy results BeaQ The Road to WI1vm jp kgsTheres a Reason Ever read tile above Jetted A- f4ppeRra e froM tlmeto tLme rkf1 are geulac trae aat taU ef kzui- tereit J i KENTUCKY i GLEANINGS i WHAT IS GOING ON IN j DIFFERENT SECTIONS QF 4 THE COMMONWEALTH 1 MUSTERED OUT Order GIven I For Discontinuing the First Regiment K N LouisvllleBy an order received fxom Aqjt Gen P P Johnston at- Fr nkfort the entire First regiment field and stat and the field and staff of the First battalon will be mustered out The reason given for the action is that the FIrst infantry ucomposefi In part of men who have persistently failed and refused to perform their military duties The officers affected will be mustered out by Gen RogerD Williams on November 11 Col James P Gregory Is at the head of the First regiment The order tates that an election of colonel will be held before January 31 if the regiment te brought up to the minimum strength LouIs U1eFive persons were in jured when the new sevenpassenger automobile recently purchased by tl1e- fiscal court turned turtle two miles beyond Jeffersontown The accident was dUe toa punctured tire The automobile ran over a tenfoot embankment and pinned aU of the occupants beneath iL H W Stone chauffeur was the most seriouslY injured having his left shoulder dislocated besides being bruised and cut about the head and body WhltesburgA message from PInG Mountain east of here says Sam and John Maggard brothers employed in repairing the public fQadway were fatally injtirdd in a dynamite explosiOn The men had prepared a charge and had gone away to await rults Fall ingtogo off they went up to Investigate when just as they reached the tOint the whole charge let go LouIs1lIeThree hundred women and children were thrown into a panic at the Chestnut Street Baptist church when some one crIed fire while services were being held A pil of papers in an adteroom caught fire The wm- en and children rushed for the doors and windows but nC one waS injured C mptonA number of suits have been filed against the Dixie Stave and LumberCo of New York which has an extensive busineas in this county and attachments issued for their prop erty Leon A Mclntire their mana ger has left for parts unkjiown It is alleged that the company Is Indebt ed top rsons in the sum of several thousand dollars for timber LouisvileThe controversy as to whether lOr not Joseph Wendling charged with the murder of Anna Kell ncr is entitled to have six aliens on his jury will be settled in court John S Ray a member of Wend ings counsel made a motion for evidence in the case He said that John P CarneYi of the detective department refused to give up the evIdence SergentTo quiet lila lyearold child Am6ro Fields Big Cowan creek farmer near here put a few grains of powder into the fireplace and the flames which led into lbe can containing the powder on the mantel near by caused an explosion In wbicl horriblyburnedhours The father will not survive LexlngtonMaj Gen J Franklin Bell chief of staff of the United States army Is paying a short vslt to Dr S H Halley at hIs home in this county Jen Bell Js to sail from Snn Frapclsco December 5 for Manila to reUeve Maj Gen William D Duvall a comm dln general ot the Philippine division of the army HickmanA shortage of cars is one of the serious problems that the manufacturing plants and local grain and cotton dealers are up agrtnst It is almost impcssible and has been for the past two weeks to get cars at all FrankUnThe stewards of the Methodist Iifsopal church wIll shortly begin the erection of a 20000 cdl- flce SergitTo quiet his 1yearold child Ambrose Fields Big Cowan creek farmer near here put a few grains of powder Into the fireplace and the flames which led Into the can containing the powders on the mantel near by caused an explosion In which both father and child were horribly burned The child died wlthn a few hours The father will not survIve LcxingtonSix thoroughbred mares and two yearlings were shipped from here to Toronto Four of the mares Insinuate Called Back Birch Broom and Gargle are the property of W P Fraser secretary of the Ontario Jockey club Two Stylish and WIsh are owned Jtv Irving H Wheatcroft and are going to canada to drop fottli by St Savin that the produce may he eligible to certain Canadlaa stakes bvSainOrasUckRetained IL were purchased last month from Mr Wheatcroft by Robert Da1s ofToftnto r DISTILLERS REPORr State Auditor Insisting on the Legal Preparaticn of the Papers FrankfortWhen State Auditor James compiles his tax list for 1910 of the report of distilled spirits he will have on his books a fair cash value of every barrel of whisky 1roducedln Kentucky a value of What it woUld s ll for at n voluntary sale Some of the distillers are very obstinate and do not care to make this report Audi tor James has had to send the Ist back to some of them several times and will Invoke the law1if the distillers do not make out or lIst in ac cordance with the Kentuc1y Statutes The distillers see what is coming otto They know that James purpose Is to get information that will lead to an in creasein their assessment The whls ky is assessed now at 10 a barrel al though the fair cash values placed on much of the Whisky at 30 a barrel Some estimats run as low as 250 a barrelnnd this makes James laugh HOdgenvllleCiUzens of Buffalo were given anoppprtunlty to subscribe for stock in the proposed Glasgow lodgenvUle electric line More than 2000 was subscribed and this one town alone promises to pass the 5000 mark The road will if carried thrOQfb- as now proposed touch tie Lincoln farm and eventually be linked with the proposed road from West Point to Elizabethtown thus giving a dirct line into Louisville LouisvUleLieut Coh 3eorge- Zinn A one of the most notedcnginc rs connected with the United StiLtes g v ernment and who formerlY was e gi neer in charge of the Louisville is trict has been transferred to the hi cago dIstrict and wlll superIntend he building of the Chicago harbor he largest and most important probl rn before the war department with te- exceptionof the Panama canal OwtegsvIhleGeorge Williams 63 was accidentally killed by a train at Crooks Bath county He was lean ng against a coal car on the side tr ek when the local freight butted into he ear knocking him across one of he rails The cars ran over him se er lug his head rain his bOdy and so cut off his legs FrankfortFaking lameness so ns that lie has IG13t the use of his gs William Garrett a convIct from In ton county has le ome a hope ess forIfor manslaughter aggregating 28 ye ru was rJu paroled ParisMaj J S Johnson c nn man ding the First battalion ot the recently organIzed ParIs high school cadets received from Adjt Gen P P Johnston a complete equipment o ri lies bayonets sIde arms and a her a6coutermetts for the two lea now drlllfng A new departmentof phyeical education has been addl Interesting Kentucky Items Loulsvll1ePeter Pruitt a farmr committed suicIde by shooting hImself through the head He was despondent over ill health BeattyvilleNews reached her of the death of J J Hanger lIi ew Yorkdue to losing a leg ina dynamite explosion LouisvllleTheodore H Dcdons othi1seuthrough IIIckmanFrank FehrInger has been sentenced to two years in Ute penitentiary for attempting to slay hf3 wife and attempting suicide afterar1- DanviileJ Y Burke a Jurtion City butcher severed three arteries while cutting a steak for a customer and nearly bled to death before a physician qquld be summoned Lo lsvilleJohn Ii Edgar 48 ice man for the L and N railroad fe11 from an ice car in the yards and was crushed tQdeath The wheels passed over hIs umach and cutort both arms l3wIing GreenSenator Bradley was attacked with acute Indigestion wnen returning from Morgantown by boat His condition is not considered edt icaJ although ho can not travel for several day- sLebanonGa e Noe aged 55 years a wellknown resident of the Merrimac siLoI d1e te result or Injuries sue tamed while cutting down a tree Io was struck by a limb and lila skull was crushed tit Sterl1ngDrB H Coyle a widely known furniture dealer and property owner is dead at 55 years ot age In a wreck on the Louisville Nashville railroad last June he was injured abput the splne and gradually grew worse DanvJ1IePlaylng with a newspaper the infant daughter of T B Carter In the absence ot the mother Ignited tile paper from an open graternd wns burned to death The Carter resl deuce was set on fire but the fire was extinguished before much headwi y had been reached Mi Sterl1ngThe 50000 sanltai7 sew system in Mt Sterling has just been completed ania test is being made of the work It is considcrod tbe one ot the best systems in the state and will probablY he in use wIthn the next ten days The septic tank Is sal to be one of tho finest ever built J itk 1 Lovers W ddlnCak- iEur pounds of our of love half a pound of biittered youth halt a pound of good looks half a poupd of sweet temper halt n pound of selfforgetful ness half a popnd of powdered wits haJf an ounce of dry humor two table spoonfuls at sweet argument half a pint of rippling laughter half a wine glassful of common sense Then put the flour of love good looks and sweet temper into a well furnished house Beat the butter of youth to a cream MIx together blind ness of faults self forgetfulness pow dered wits dry humor into sweet argu ment then add them to the above Pour ln gently rippling laughter and common sense Work It together until aU is well ipixed then bake gently forever AN INTOLERABLE ITCHING Just about two years ago some form ot humor appeared on my scalp The beginning was a slight Itching but it grew steadily worse until when I combed my hair the scalp became raw and the ends of the combteeth would be wet with blood Most of the time there was an intolerable itching in a painful burning way very much sa bad raw burn It deep will itch and smart when first beginning to heal Coipbing ny hair was positivE torture My hair was long and tan gled terribly because of the blood and scabs This continued growing worse and over half my hair fell out I was in despair really afraid of becoming totally bald Sometimes the pain was so great that when partially awake I would scratch the worst places so that my fingertips would be bloody I could not sleep well and after being asleep a short time that awful stinging pain would commence and then I would wake up nearly wild with he torture A neighbor said it must be salt rheum Having used Cut cura Soap merely as a toilet soap before I now decided to arder a set of the Outicura Remedies CUticura Soap Ointment and Pllls I uSed them according to directions for perhap six weeks then left off as the tte seemed to be eradi cated but toward spring eighteen months ago there was a slight return of the scalp humor I commenced the Cuticura treatment at once so had very little trouble On lIly scalp J used about one half a cake of Cutlcura Soap and half n box ot- Cutlcura Ointment in all The first time I took six or seven bottles of Cu Ucura Pllls and the last time three bottlesneither an expensive ur te dious treatment Since then I have had no scalp trouble of any kind Standing up with my hair unbount It comes to niyknecs and had it not been fpr utlcura I sh uld doubtless be wholly bald This is a voluntary unsolicited tee Umonial and I take pleasure In writing n hoping my experIence may help someone else Miss Lillian Brown F DI Liberty Me Oct 29 1909 EVER SINCE o 7r- VIiginiaI suppose you and Harry have been thrown together a good deal lately GraceYes ever since he got his new automobile SICK SOJR UPSET STOMACH Indigestion Gas Heartburn ur Dye pepsin Relieved Five Minutes After Taking a Little Dlapepsl Here is a harmless preparation which surely will digest anything you eat and overcome a sour gassy or out oforder stomach within five minutes If your meals dont fit comfortably or what you eat lies like a lump of lead In your stomach or ii you have heart burn that Is a sign of Indigestion Get from your Pharmacist a 5OCent case of Papes Dlapepsin and take a dose just as soon as you can There will be no sour risings no belching of undigested food mixed with acid no stomach gas or heartburn fullness or heavy feeling In the stomach Nausea Debilitating Headaches Dizziness or Intestinal griping This will all go and besides there wlll be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors Papos Diapepsin is a certain cure for utoforder stomachs bec use it takes hold of your toad and digests it just the same as it your stomach wasnt there Relief in five minutes from all stem ach misery is waiting for you at any drug store hero in town These large 50cent cases of Papes piapepsin contain more than sufficient to thoroughly cure almost any case of Dyspepsia Indigestion Gastritis or any other stomach disorder For almost everybody the course of life fixed by Incorable necessities rat ono in a thousand ls free to choose thq Ute he would care for D ck ion t Jt Two Iottles CuredMy- RheUnmthm t 1lI1 i I h y be ferer from fOi aboottW 4Tm- nts hav Jand pattn nedi clues which gaaniiorelief lady Iremd r1e told me she b5 used youe Liniment aM found relief at opec 1 got two bottIes and they cured me I think it is the best Liairnent a ptso can have m house I shall always keen a bottle in my house as loI1Ju 1 cail get itMRS E R WALLACE MomsomV 1 Another Letter MR5JAMES McGRAW of 1216 Mandeville St New Oiesns La writes I take pleasure in writing to you that 1 had apainJoiny anRfOliv yeaiS andlused t SLOANS t LINIMENTfor one week and was completely cured I rcomnwnd your Imimatfritp highly Sloans Liniment instantJyrelieves stiffness of the JointsSore Throat Hoarsen Sprains Neuilgia Sciatica and Lumbago Better and cheaper than porpus plasters At AU Druggists Price 25c flOe and LOO Sloan Treatlae on the hone sent Free AiWreH DR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS W L1DOUCLASi 1 H 3 3 4 SHOES o= l ILSOYS SHOES 200250 300 BEST INTHE WORLD W LDelllla LOO 3Soand 4OOskSasa altreIy the kat isad IHHI Iff eaE sIaa aheas lei tlfe pSiIc Is Anierfta aiw ar- ghfflf ecfHlfHftlca ha fi YeIIl kiy Do you realize that my shoes havo been the standard Grove1 30 years that make and sell more aaoo a3O antl8400 DOLLAR 0 Tshap took and lit bettezand wear longeithan any ether 8390 350 or 8400 shoes you can buy 1 Quality counts It Itea mado inc shoes THE LEADERS Or THE WOrJD Yonwill be pleased when you bnyinyaboes because of the ttIfa JrLchasethe lat ones wore so wtII and gave so ntoh comfort AAe SUBSTITUTEU10urdWUCIW1IOUuppl11onwith L DOtJGLA8 A5IIJk iret llnHk Ma He Was a Boston Boy Your little boy must be very in folligent said a visitor to a Boston school teacher whose fiveyearold son waS forming Greek words with bund Ing blocks Intelligent exclaimed the proud parent He is phenomenally gifted As an example of his early erudition what do you suppose wrre the first words he ever spoke n Papa and mamma l Stuff and nonsense ejtculated the father in a tone of disgust Why the day he was 12 months old lie suddenly laid down his algebra and said to me Father the longer I live the more in dubitable proofs I perceive that there Is In Boston as much culture to the square Inch as there ever was In the ambient area of ancient Athens U Cured My babyHereafter Will Always Keep It In the House 1 cannot speak too highly for Rca inol Ointment It cured my baby boy of Eczema He had a very severe case and numerous other remedies tailed to do any good r would not be without Resinol Salve In the house It is good to apply in easelS of burns cuts or sores of any kind Mrs F Cox Chicago Ill Pride Chicago has a lot ot local pride hasnt It 1 Wel1 replied Mr Iakeniish 1ft depends on whether you are talking about baseball or the grain business ED GEERS The grand old man be handlihorsesSPOIINS DISTEMPER CURE for 12 years itlwaya with best success It is the ofdistemperble having the disease SOc and n bet SpohMedical Collateral Cnn you otter any securJt Well Im willing to leave my wIfe Strong WInds and Sand Storms cause granulation oLt11c eyelids PETTITS EYE SALVE soothes and quickly relieves All druggists or H9wurd BroaBuffaloNY- apacLty KnickerHow many wSU your mo tor car hol- dBackerFive and a cop When a woman begIns to tell a man how nice looking uhe thinks he is he Immediately develops unlimited faith in her judgment SyrupForebliurennaLtwauonaliay utncurUw1ndco1c tIe bOUle Women have been known to shake uuidlr br tl lJurpose of tr ug to ebake secrets out each other J et It you of I 3 Cruises totbe WEST INDIESThrecdellghtul avlntrKtwYrk JiHHJ 24 febiy 25IiKza1II1iB- Y THE S Musoo TON oleTImSpsaIskMeEa We4lsd1osPaaai Cacal aa eec Two cru5es ar2 cI8ya duratoa S15 IAJscaandAreaadkeWr14 writif 1ijrJwMN- AMIUGZMfICAN LaM PIszI7C7 4LsiwvLT SuicideSlow d follows neglect ofbewe1a Cors- tipationkllls more people tk consumption It n6eila and there II one mediCIne Wall the Worldtlat crcltCASCARETS Cscrt1Oc boxWMks ssM- aient Afldxngglsta BteM ese in tl1e worJc11B1WoG tioa a- aeiONEYNTRt t wtu ubow H4pay bflaHketrk- writ crrkrno4- i Illee uMSP4E1OwSJaCI5flLLIZy w men eye sethe WORLD OVIE Breech III Ilft FIJ l I IPromIaeA I DOynum II ILN HAIR PAKER ALAM- che sas bis puNeter IBtr to Sta Tot- WtS1hl GUNS ahsjsts IU = = tiIJII M rW N 9 N fTJ N 1 r r I 1SPRiNGFFELDsuNWEDNESDA NOVMBERi6 rQIO JP i2LANTERS LOOSE LEAP WAREHOUSE ff N SPRINGFIELD KY TANDY QUISENBERRY CO Proprietors IcAUCTION SALES WELL LIGHTED SALES FLOOR a part or all of your patronage and will guarantee that your interests will be carefully looked after Near the Depots JTANDY QUISENBERRY Manager Does Moores Air Tight HeaterI the Work ofa Furnace t The and Heater 1A1IiSCkeed Parts e of the hch t fIIsh through a process known only to the Houe of Moore NonEo the polished parts comes In- dIrect contact with the fire The pol tsli cant Writ ou One polishing VAIftY fUll John Baker ani wife of Wmisbur were gusts at the home of Mrs TAITatun for the past week B q dietJanes is working the rnad jiilhhis ction thIs week T4C Tatum was in town Thursday 011 business Mr Balcer and wife were guests of daylastT B Jsnes and wife v sited relatives at tbis plac Jast week Mrs W Ii BIllard has been at the bedside of her mother Mrs Goatley for past week J as Moran visited hIS parentsat Elm tlSundLY Mrs rS EPiltm IS inflcving verj much at this wrtti Mr1andMHU hGDatl y was into n Friday at tending M courtIn T A Tatum and wife yisit relatives near Willzsburg Sunday Jas Muran recently purchased some hogs from C P Goauey Joseph the sob of Mr and Mrs Ed Ke y Js ill of Pflemflia at this writ inS Frank Janesal1d wife visited relaY tivesijtbir section Sutty Jesse Ha d and visited rel- ahves1ea Plm Sunday Wni Brausbaw visited relatives at oQresVIUe 3unday W B Ballard has been attending court durin the past week Byron CrQalte was In this sectio1- 1h us9avon business l Tk t Si1Dnd outlerJoumI L5i o STATE osOHio CITY OF ToLEDo tssLUCAS COUNTY Frank J Chene makes oath that he senibr partnEr of the firm J ney doing btrThess in the CitypfToledo County and State afor said4atid that said firm wilL pay the 8Um oONEiWNnfrm lOLLAItS for each atid v rYase Qr Catrrh that cannot e cured uy the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANKJ CHFNEY Sworn tt before mp and subcribcd in mypresnce this 6th day of Decem IerALYISS6 ItNOTARY PUBLIC Hairs Citarrh Cbre it taken nternl ji and acts directly Qn the blood and mUCPU9surfact 8 of the system Send- fortestimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold Qyail Drugiistu 75 Tak llalls FijmlJy PilltJor constipa tion Its by far the greatest heater on earth Built on an entirely dif feret principle than others Heats by circulation instead of radiation One Moores Air Tight Heater will heat your entire stairs and dovn=and keep every floor as warm as though houseupII furnace It heats the air in the farthest room to the ture as theair in the same room as the stove Saves Over Half Your Coal Bill Mo res Air Tight Heater burns hard coal or the cheapest kind of slack and can be run at less than half the cost of other heaters rbonIthe fuel last longer There are no clinkers arM no cinders The Dust Flue takes all the dust and small asbes up the cithney thuS preventing them from collecting on the floor and furniture The Ashpan Apron keeps all ashes from falling on the floor when removing pan Handsomest Hai1diest EverMade I keeps the stove like new for a whole year The Air Tight Draft Control en ablesyou to hold afire from 24 to 48 hours Fire never goes out over night and Is always under perfect controL I SlJPLTl CLEAEVR Springfield Ky reiIativ CAUSES SICKNESS Good Health Impossible With a Disordered Stoma h There is nothing that will create sIck ness or caUse more trouble than a dis orderad stomach and many people daily contract seriaus maladies simply through disregard or abuse of the stomach We uTJeever one suffering from any stomach derangement indigestion or dyspepsia whether acute or chronic to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets with the distInct understanding that we will refund their money without question or formality if after reasonable use of this medicine they are nit satisfied with reslts We rEcommend them to our customerS every day and have yet to hear of anyone who has not been bene fited by them Three sizes 25c 50c and 1 00 a box Sold only at our store The Rexall store The Haydon WiIlett Drug Co I1b1NS CuAPL Mrs Le A Hiatt and hlUren guests of Mrs G W Fenwick Monday r Mrs Sadie Haydon and children Tuesday wth Mrs Alice Havdon- spentI Mrs W if Neikirk and Mrs Adams were entertained dinner on lhur day by Mrs Rushia Cocanougher- Mr and Mrs John Paddock Mr and Mrs Lloyd Fenwick and children spenti- Sunday with the family of Bud Coffee Mrs Belle Lanham Mis BrackeYat se MrsBessie Coffee and Mrs Margaret Brewer and son Frank were entertained at dinner Monday by Mrs Bet tie Canary Mrs Lee Hiatt and children spent Tuesday with Mrs Alica HayuonIMr and Mrs Rosdoe Mitchell are reo over the arrival of a little son JghterAdaMr Got e Fenwick at St Marys MaggieIM r and rs spent ISaurdav and Sunday wIth relatives at puce arid Mrs John Barker and child IMr Sunday in Fenwick Katie Logsdon spent Sunday af Miss Ma gie Hiatt Mrs S G Losdon and children spent Friday vcith Mrs Nellie Logsdon Misses SuSie and Leila FenwicK spent Monday afternoon with Miss Hattie LOlsdon n o6o rio oobo oo Pres rve Your Teeth by the ll8eQta gooLlooth powder c paste Pf iiqbid Dont bother with any of the tashnded out by the socalled bargain stOres Come to this drUgstore and get the denti- frjee t that you can rely on The C same tbing with all other tO lEt aids t Better usa little more for the real thing than to pay anything for worthless imitatIons C Haydon WillettTj PRESCRIPTION TonEpt r IQaQ QQ Q QQQd Q All parts are surface ground and fit together air tight Nothing bu asbestos wicking Is used In mounting It expands and contracts with the heat Ughtand timesIStop In and let us show YOU the secret of our Open Rococo Casing and many other features we havent room here to explain Let us prove to you that one of these heaters viP replace two or even thrGe Others ar do better work than all combined VOTE FO- RYouFAVORITE Our PJanb Contest is on and the way some oI the caudidates are working it lookt as If it is going to he one that will make the candidates work iike wild fire Below we give the names of the candidates thathave h n nominated some ofwhichareout getting votes Name Votes Bessie CocanQu her 70400 Marie Arnold 51 600 Bertha Hayes 49800I Ella WhItehouse Myrtle Cocanougher41800Ca- ssey Wright 31800 Berniece Lawrence 30600 Lucy Claybrouke 30 100 Ella Popei 29 200 Pauline Hagan 27 900 CristineKimbeilin m 27300 Hattie Logsdon 27200 Verna Harrlcks 21600- Stella May i3egley 21 000 20400iMrs Lizzie Barricl 6 200 SadIe Young4700 Rhoda Hegley 1750 1000lAnyone wishing toentfT this contest or wishes to see a girlfriend win the piano and she bus not baen nominated will send us the name and she wIll be started with 1000 votes whIch is glyen candIdates when nomin- atedPetersonRice CoTEXAS KYICad of Thanks IWe wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kind assistance dur- i ig the recent illness and death ofour lictle son Mr and Mrs H H Tatum DEEP LREEK t The farmers are very busy gathering 3orn in this neighborhood Bro Sawyer has just closed aseries ot meetings at WesLey chapel with several additions Odas Lawson is very ill with brain fever Dr lJatchett is attending hIm Mrs Ollie Cookuf Brook Station WItS the gut of1r aunt Ida Elliott last Vecinesday njgt Iucmaa Blacketer of Long RIri IMrs last Thursday night with her bro Bin Coyle IMr and Mrs Tod Key spent several last week with Mr and Mrs G Y Kty- There will be an all day meeting at Beech Grove church on Thanksgiving day Everybooy is invited to attend John C Martin or Aliceton vIsited his sister Mrs J S Coyle last Satur day nd Sunday Mr and Mrs Anderson Holderman jnd Mr and Mrs George Elliott spent fTqsSunday with Mr and Mrs Adam- Elliott in Boyle county Mrs Ltura Key IS still on the sick list but we hope she may Soon recover Mans school chWlren suffer from coxistipatioii which J8 often the cautfe of seeming stupidity at lessons Chamb chains and LIver Tablets are an jdeal medicine to give a child for they are mIld and gentle in their effect constipationSold 7l f HARDESTYj rJr and Mrs J R Gray spent Sun day with Mr and MrsI J Carney and famIly Mr Walter Lewis wife and son A BsDert Sunday night with Mrs Mollie Williams Chaplinjsited MondayMisses and Jennie Goo lett spent one night last week with Miss Fanny Williams and mother Rev J A Stmms has been in our midst several days Miss Ida Gray visited Mr and Mrs J T Sutherland Saturday night Miss Fanny Williams entertained a crowd of youngsters in a delightful manner Wednesday night Mr and Mrs Walter Lewis and son were i Springfield Monday kentucky Landmark to CJO The Mason House at Lanc ster one of the first hotels or as they were caned in olden times itaverns built In Kentucky is to be torn away to make rOQnl for an Opera house This old ho tel was nt ne time one ot the most po1ul r In Kentucky but that ws mat nyyeari ago In ye olden times when the only road to the Southwas from Lexington via Lancaster toSom erset Lancaster was the regubr stop prg place over night forthe stage line and thIs old house has sheltEred many prominent people It was owned by the late Col James B Mason later by Keg Mason now circuit clerk It 1is built of brick and the ol4time bell house still does business Qn the roof Danville Messenger The Next lon ress Chicago Nov 9Following is the complexion of the next House ot Re presentatives Democrats elected 225 Republicans elected 164 Socialists elected 1 Doubtful district 1 Total 491 Maolity in House 196 DemocratIc working majority in House 29 Good Advice Anderson News Now the tobacco has again come into the control ofthe trusthe thing for the farmer to Qois- to sow his land in grass and try to put back som of the soil lie has been wasting for the last few years to devote his attfntlcn to the raising ot some thing that will make brain and muscle and to educate hIs cnildren who have been kept out of school too many dave If he can not get over the habit of cultIvating tobacco raise only a few acres which can be done with little loss of time Hogs sheep cattle corn whEat and all other farm products are hnning gQd Prices plant a variety keep your land and be better off in the end t1 Epitaph Heielies a man who seemed to hink His trouble he could drown in drink He succeeded Sleeping here quiet from strife Is the man wno contr dictedhis wife Shes married again A hypnotist below doth 1ie He looked a tIger m the eye No inqnest Beneath this tree lies Paddy Shea He yellpn Hurrah for the A P AI No flowers Dear friends here lie the h nes or one guntin merrory A stove and a can of gasoline Thatso ICosmoP91i1a Magazine IThi standard magazine the most and best of ill magazines in the United States can be obtained in Washingtoncountv by addressing SAM J ALL N Local ppresentathe Sun office Springfield Subscription RateSIOO per year Agents wanted for Texas Mackvtlle- Wi11isburj and Valley Hill Very liberal induccments offered PIn FondleS A Chilli In Pittshurgu savage lion fondled the cageI DrIGeorgeIways It to c Its a wonderful medioine for babies Best for Coughs Colds LaGrippe sthmu Heitorrhages Weak Lungs 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Rcertson rla toe Is Earths Most Beautiful Object The Favorite Tonic fOr Women Makes it Possible GET A BOTTLE TODAY Price 100 SOLD ay HAYDON ROBERTSON HAPPY HOLLOW John crow spent Sattiday and Sun duy with his mother of near Anderson county VIrgil Hanby and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Ed Hanby and wife at this place Mrs J M Shields and daughter Mallie spelt Thursday with her daughter Mrs Sabe Coulter Ollie Bishop and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with friends and relatives here J rallydayspentSaturdayafternoon tIcs Tom Cotrer and famIly spent Sunday with Mrs Nancy Scott recently Miss Myrtle ArmRtron spent one rillY last week with her sister Edw Hanby SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN IMrs John S McElroy City has for sle pure bred Minorca cockerels 100 each Also very high bred bronze turkeys none better 3 50 for toms 300forheniMiss Parrott Rt 3 has for sIe pure bred Bourbon Red Turkeys 200 for Hens 300 for Toms H A Grinstead City wishes to buy 3 tons of good timothy hay Telephone sIxty two 62 Mrs J R Barber Rt 2 has for sale Pure Bred Bronze Goblins aid Silver Lace Wyundotte Cockerels flOe each Mrs HJ Cocanou her Texas Ky ras for sale S C white leghorn cockerels 00tach v1r C L Mudd Rt2 has for sale thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys Alvah Perkins Rt 3 has for sale 20 oushels D seed rye for 90c per bushel MIs K H rt4 has for saltS C 1L Leghorn roosters at The BradysstuckMrs Sam Tier rt 1 has for sale Rhode Island Red cocKerels and puilets 1 each until Jan 1 Mrs Irvine Lynch Lebanon Rt 3 LeghonCoMrs C L Brady Rt 3 has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock Cockerels each r = J YI ESSOmICKEN CllARCOAL Keep Siell Out of Your Poultry Yarct The heat way to keep Mcbei out Of your poultry ymHa to keep EuoChkkea- Qarcoal where your bird cas let it whenever they want Esso Clcktl CarcoaIs ci ReCeIIr1 for the Md f year poy asgat We sea fw yowit1t sayquseuity EHI waat dtbe it YCMIcaa- feed birfoc HythiBc ri low ceit at Eo chickea CMlceaI aUt WI liMp hMeeciesFoi Sale By LEO HAYDQN t y f J Free Liver Remedy It is well tQ stop a physical ail- inent at the first signs of its approach and that is espeCially true of liver trouble which can eventually give rise to so many serious complicatioes Many have jiver trouble and imagice it is indigestion and hence take the wrong remedy When the liver does not store tip svf sluggisitandworkInhbmonycomplexion the pimply face the lid oftheway to stop the trouble as well u tcure it Is by the use of DrCaldweU Ingredientespeciallytlvlty of the liver Among the many thousands who have written the doctor aboutthQ reeialta achieved with his remedy and who areglad to make the facts public so that JuKennedyLa Rue ot Smiths Grove Ky and many others startedtheIf you will send yOUr name and adclruIyou can also obtain a fzee trial bottle troubleIsmoney will be refunded Having tre N1IlPIyrePepsin Itlisnot stand violent purgative plaae4todesire for yourself or family pertainiag t olJlteJyfreeletter and he will renly to you lrdetaLFor the free sample simply 8eRdYCNr name and address on a postal carel er otherwise For either request the deetM address Is Dr W BCaldwell R5 CahI- well building MonUceUo Ill The old old story told tunes without number and repeated over and over again for the laSt 36 years but itis alwavs a welcome story to those ill search of healthThere is nozhrng the orld that cures coughs colds 8 quickly as Chamberlains Cough- Remedy c Sold by aU Druggists