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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v H 1 Vt Irir 7 1 0 i J 5bt rinfigth Y UUtJ p i Zi t DYetu TO TIlE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY f l ii K 0 C t i i 2 J 0IYSLUME VII IYWEDIESDAY NOYEME 23 IlOuvuuii ONLY ONE WEEK MORE TO 44 ENTER FOR A 350 PIANO Noninatton List Closes at 1206 M Nov 30 After9Nov 30th Canth 1dates For Piano Prizes Will Notbe Accepted Only by Special J Arrangement With Contest Manager No UseFussi g If You Are Coming inCome in Now Rigtnow is the time to name your canrlidteEl fr popularity honors and incidentailvput her in line for aStaudard 1910 XratiH Piano Absolutely no cost ltp cither yourself ortbe lady You nomiI nate Coupon appeating this sue will put the lady of your choice in ILne WIth 1000 votes to her credit Suppos you do it now There are 200 ladies in thIs section pouessing exceptional musical ability and must remain undeveloped because they lack a good piano Dnt this give you an idea Yoi can put some triend f of yours rn line by writing her name on coupon and mailing itto this office anl 4 you can keep her in line by clipping the cluponLthat will appear in every issue Of The Sun Watch for them and Et1your friends to do likewise Every candidate entered has chance of winninga piano Drize Each on 500 department HOW OBTAIN VOTES each 1 00 old subc ptions to The Sun 500 l 00 paid for a subscriberto The give All votes when IS paid at thisoffice frIends get to for when paying up or subscribing for The Sun Ma5e at Hayden Store and Spald Store friends do Every dollars purchased 2OOvot new Jewelry de- prtment Get to buy at eir votes you LIST of 7h CANDIDA TES Miss MyMaves daughter of Mr J R Mayea leads the race in The Sun and Hayden k Willett Piano Contest and Miss Ellen Whitehouse leads in The Sun Peterson Spalding Piano Contest Several others run close see before another passes there will be some hard fighting among lt11 contestants Following is the list of candidates for the piano at HaYQon WiUetts Drug Store Votes Mae Ma es 2000 Lizzie Waters 1700 Irene Sutton 17OQ JodIe Spalding1700Lilly Simms 1500 May Curry 1500 Briggs WycofI 1500 Blanch Shirley 1500 Nellie Andrews 1500 FtaftCe Martin 1500 Bessie Settles 1500 Sadie Fenwick 1500 Bodine Naomi Sweeney t 1200 Ressie Kays 1200 Mabel Williams 1200 Pardieu 1200 tmma Noonan1000Ma-rgieGraham 1000 Ji4agie May Wycoff L000 STerna Rogers 1000- i Colyin1000Jen- nie Lea l1man 1000 Vary Rose Jearis 1000 EssteHungate 10nO lorence ella 1000 Mabel Price 1000 Ollie Catlett liOOO Sadie Parrott 1000 May Raydon 1000 Haggle Royalty Catherine Nelson 1000 Beulah Thompson 10PO Bessie Sweeney 000 Edith McLin 1roo Tong n 1000 Olaaolcterman Eliza Hag n 1000 Fay Montgomery 1000 LIBERAL ffER 11At We Guarantee to lure Dyspe- psialf we tail the Medicine Costs You Nothing Toun4uestionably to the peo piejthat indlgestJon dyspepsia can perrnanentlY relieved and Rex all Dyspepsia Tablets will bring about result we will furnish themedicne abs lutely if it fails to give satisfaction to anyone using It remarkable success of Rexal- lDvepsia Tablets is lJe the high degree of sientific skIs din devising their formula as well as to the care ex exercised In their manufacture whereby thQTl4flOWfl propertIes Bismuth Pepsin beencom bijei lit CarmmaUveg a other t t prize offered representsan elegant Krause Instrument Ballot Box now open and prize Dtano view at Haydon Will tts store and Peterson Spaldings store Your Inspection and criticism rnvitd Votes wIll be counted every Tuesday by an impartial committee Haydon WIllett and Peterson Spaldmg are offering bonus votes to candidates bringing business to their store 200 votes wltM given for each dollar purchase made from their general stock and votes for each dollar purchase from their newly established jewerly Candidate s will learn something to their advantage by calling at the and confermg personally with te Contest Manager There are three plans of systematIc votecollecting be of great advantage to the young lady e indidate who means business TO On paid we ive votes Qn each new Sun we 1000 votes gIven money Go see your and them yote you your purchases Willetts Peterson irs and get your to likewise worth jriKn stuck meane Every dollar spent In their means 500 voteS your friends these stores and cast for and ond and week for votes Springfield Name Mrs Mae 1200 Steele 1000 Smith 1000 Mary 1000 prove and that this free The to of Suboitracerfti have 1910 stores which will SirahRed 000 Harvey VunArsdale1000La-yenia OConnor 1000 Stanislaus Moraja 1000 Willie Ruby 1000 Ora Bottom 1000 Beulah Shewmaker 1000 ltose Shewmaker 1000 Hettie Bowles 1000 liSt composes the names of the IThis ladies who have been nominated the past week some of whom are alrtady working to secur votes A nominating coupon appears in this issue arid if anyone wishes to enter the contest and work for one of the hand some prizes will sign their name and send it to this office Following is the list of candidates for SpaldirgsStoreName Votes Ella Whltehouse 150 500 Cocanougher141000Marie Hayes127600Myrtle Iva Cocanougher116 600- Cassey Wright 78300 BernIece Lawrence 71400 Lucy Claybrookem 70300 Ella Pope 38 200 Pauline Hagan 74 500 Cristine Kin bei lin 39200 Hattie Logsdon 42200 Verna Barricks62000St-ella May Hegley 21000 Mrs Lizzie Barrick6200Si- die Young 4700 Rhoda Hegley 1 750 Willett Cocanougher 1000 Nannie Goorfem 1000 lIa Cocanougher 1000 AnyoJ1ewishing td entEr this contesl- or wIshes to see a girl friend Win the pIano ana she has nut b2en nominatedI will send us the name and started with 1000 votes which is giyen- all candidates when nominated Bismuth Subnitrate and Pepsin are constantly employed and rccognized by tne entire medical professIOn as invalu able in the treatment indigestion and dvspepsla The Ppsin used in Rexall DYSpepsia Tablets js prepared by a process which develops its greatestefficiertcy PepsIn supplies to the diJtetive apparatus one of themost important elements of the digstive fluId and without it the diges tionand asmilatiOn of food are impossible The carminatives possess properties which aid in relieving the disturbances rheIrents makes a remedy invaluable for the relief ot indigestion ond dys pepsiaWe are so certain of this that we urge you to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tab lets on our own personol guarantee Three sizes 25 cents 50 cents and 100 Remember you can obtain Rexall Rem edies only at the Rexall store The Haydon WIllett DrugqCo il1 SIV ekj- aI AmT GOT NOTHING TO BE THANK FUL FOR The Dixie Vaudeville Co f Buck kih Charleys aggregation is the attraction this week at the Opera House This show was here sorre time since and made a very favorable im preslJion Several new attractionsl1av been added and the LaGardos are uma king good every evening This evening they are staging rhe Old New HampshIre Home a 3 act drama made famous by the late Denman L KENNETH L AL DAVIS Thompson We have had a number of theatrical comblnation and shows of various kinds in SprlDKfieldin the past but nonewith Ii more ftractive lass of vaudeville than this one and a more courteouJ and Spciable lot ot people than make up theLaGardo troJpe cer tainly never played in our city Badly Burned I IA very seri us and what threatened to be a fatal accident occurred at the residenc of John F Simm last Thurs day Mr and Mrs Simrns were aay from home having let Mrs SimrnsI mother her grandmother the lllldren and the cook 01 Ue pri m1 lees Mrs Sallie MattmJrty the m UiI er of Mrs Simms randmotherlwere Mrs Mattingly was standing bpore the stove when her sttawl became inite She ran to the bed on wjiich was resting and It caught hermotherI shawl worn by Mrs ot the ladies bagan to scream and hr- mediately the cook end several of theI neighbors were on the scene ard Sue ceeded in extinguishing the flames Mrs Mattingly was severely burned about the body and arms but will re cover Mrs Thompson wes not burned but suffered quite a net vous shock Nrs- MattinJtly is 75 years of age and her mother 97 Springfield vs Lebanon The bqY8 ot the Springfield llph School again on Saturday demo ted that they have one of the heat nstraI School football teams in the State the occasion referred to they trounced the team from Lebanon by a score of 22 to 0 during four quarters of tenI minutes ch During nearly antlf the ofItheonly one respectthat ot the forward pass which they handled very well Every man on the home team played a good strong game both offensive and defensive The work of some of the- men especially Ben Simms and Charley Haydon was spectacular The work cf Broudus Hickerson in the line was also all that coull be expected However every man on the teamwas- on hi3 toes and experiened no trouble SturgeonI lAIIlculaf Tom Boy was Susieclimbing trees and fences umping ditches whitling always get scratches cuts sprains biuises bumps burn or scalds But laws Her ArnicaIthing healableBoils Ulcers Eczema Old SoreS Corns or Piles Try it 25c at Haydon Robertson EVIDENCE OF PRINTSf Pr a Acised of MurderMarksI- flI fresh Paint theIi Jennings a negro was found guilty by r a jur1n the criminal court of the mur der otClarence A HtJler on the night of Sept 19 The jurors felt so con dent ot t3gui1t of Jenfiings that the first ballot resulted in a unanimous vote for CCJ1Yldlon with eleven of the jurors demanding the death penalty On the third ballot the sentence of death was made unanimous Counsel for Jnnings asked for a new ytrialprint evIdence should not Have been al lowed As a result it is probable that the Illinois Supreme Court will be asked to rule upon the acmls iQLQ such eVI dence in criminal cases Judge Kava naugh who presided at the Jennings trial declared whey objection was first made to the evidence presented by the State that in his opinion the murderer of Hiller wrote hui signature when he rested his hand upon a freshly painted n porch railing at the Hiller home i Following the murder of Hiller this porch railing was sawed off and taken t to detective headquarters where photographs were made of the finger prints in the paint These photographs were enlarged h nd- toJJowing Jennings arrest were com pared with neyYlmprints of Jennings handmade at the police bureauofiden tification Finger print experts testi fiedat the trIal that there were 33 points J of smiIarity ow the first three fingers y of the left hand of the murderer of Hil A JiHiJ1Chicago offices of the Rock Island raIleroad was shot to death in the front is hall of his suburban residence at Wash inKton Heights Ill by a negro burgh lar in an upper hall The two grappled of and fought their way downs stairway to the first floornWhen the police took hold of the in- vedtigation it was only known that a negro had killed Huller Jennings was arrested less than half an hour after the shooting at a poino three quarters of a mile from he Hiller home where he a had boarded an electric car bound frChicago DetectIvES who were sent to the Hil 1cr house immediately following there- inport of the murder found the hand im print on the porch s Double Wedding Two weddin s re c ebratedat siFrederickstown eJthey Were performed by Rev J T Pieteri Miss Stella Winfield and Cole Nally were two of the contracting parties and after the wedding were entertained at the home of the brides father Rosen Winfield The groom is the son of Mr Jack Nally and is a well known young farmer of the Frederi kstown neighborhood MissTroxie Nwton and Joe Kidwell were married at 3 oclock The bride is a daughter ot Monroe Newton and Mr Kidwell the son of Thos Kidwel Toe Sun extends congratulations to both couples YOU TAKE 10 RISK Our Reputation and Money Back of This Offer We pay for aU the medicine used du ring the trial If our medicine fails to relieve you of constIpation We take all the risk YWkre not oblhrated to us in any way whatever if you accept offer Could anything be more fair for ou1 Is there any reason why you should hesitate to put our claims to a practical test lhe most scientific Iarepronounced gentle m action and par tldolence griping or any inconvenience or whateyer Rexull Orderlies are partic nlarly good for children aged and deh cate persons We urge you to try Rexall Orderlies at our risk Remember you can get RexJJRemedies in this community o- nlytour storeThe RexaU store The i1sydon WillettDrug Co BABIES i CIIECKEE In a Pittsburg Church So Their Mamas Can Listen to Ihe Services Please check your babi2s is II substance the notice given inthe fasn- onable Secotttl Presbyterian church of Pittsburg with its 1100 members- among them the best people of that city And what is more thechurcl has plovided a practical checkroom rather a real nursery with real nurses to take care of thebabIes while mothers attendchurch One of the floors of the undavschool building attached to this church has been tittedup as a playroom and nursery for the tots from the baby in arms to thesturdy five ear old For some time the itlbranchedMiss Mary Swann head nutse who also s a teacher in the ijcnool and her as ststal1ts cared to handle One woman who tried the nurselY With one of her prec1OUS babIes last Sunday brought three Sunday The nursery is jURt far enough away that the mothers can- ot hear the abies cry if they ever do said Rev George Shelton pastor ot the church who is responsible for he nursery Idea lavensEel n The Thanksgivinll season has beenI proJific of weddings and one of the most beautiful solemnized was that ofI Miss Mary Cravens and Polin EdeJenI r Teyounk people were married e3terday afternoon at 4 oclockr at St ugustines church In Lebanon byI lev Father J A Hogty The at were Messrs Benedict Cleju- nts and Thomas Flleatreau The bride- sthe dagbtero1Mr Pres Cravens of Lebanon and is a young lady wIth a ost of friends The groom is the sont Mr George Edelpnof this county and is a gentlemanly hlghtoned young an Musicilath Charms Etc uHQme Sweet Home was played onI n accordion and a violin by two saBo- of the barque Pallas who with their captam and fourteen members ot the crew were caught in their boat on a reef south of Cuba and m danger of bee g pounded to pieces had not a passing hip heard the musIc and came to thellt rescue Those sailors will not agroe with the thicagn music e pert who de clareq that the air of Home Sweet Home IS unworthy to he called mu c The melody will always have an speCialsweetness for their ears Dan ule Me8senger BEAUTIFULr fYOUNG LADWS Awful fate Sto enfrotftlome Over rive Years Ago By it Band of 6ypie Reports are that Gypsy bands Are coming verykmerous n Boyle clr1Y and that a lare band of them is sow camped on tle Hustortville pikner the Craig plae A numberiiftka wanderErs hale passed througk thea county and seem peaceable and iMf fensive Only this week a beecKi 1Il girl died in Seton Hospital Cineiaati who was stolen over five years age fropt her homein Baltimore Md by an bid Gypsy womiin who sold ur te IIone of the men of her tribe fr 0 O who then under hypnotic infiwnc- was compelled to be tb slave andwif- of this man entJuring torturi degradation inconceiv ukitildeatk released her a few days ago attI- irth of a beautiful baby girl Tha young niother was Miss Jesrne nart r shan daughter of H G Harberspi a wealthy broker of Baltimore asxi police and deteitives have leen sear ing for her ever Snce he diappeaiad The mysterious disappearance of her daughter killed the mother andtk loig search and mer have ruiHd tH father s health until now he Ii a HOk old invalid unable to cometohledak ter s bedside when the hoaplaath orities notified him he was there The dead woman gave evidence of havut been a beautiful girl but suffering JHt hardship had marred her face dId emaciated her hooy Before she died said that she had bee enticed away an old Gyspy woman a member f a band canped near their home anti that she was later sold to the iansnephew fr 900 and comMIMItiibitQ work hard and endure ta n 7Gypsieseath as a release frOm the btAti had been for ed to live HaFrod- urg Herald zt A Democratk Asset From a party standpoint toe w r ttthIng Gov Wilison hsdooe cetwent into office was to prda C1Ia erstFor by that prrion he made Powers a factor in politieAieXentii ky and he will be found asking oftice for many years to come It would not ha surprisIng if besho desire the Gov- rnorship and eIther get or wreck tJRepublic n party The two beat asa ta he Democratic party has are Ciuiri and PowersFrankfort News Lame back comes on suddftl1Y awl ia extremely painful It PlJ rhematism of the c1 Quklrs d t is afforded by applyisg ChulH1J- ains Liniment Sold by all DrugistI Would This look in Your HotheP We paid 350 for it Yours for nothng Want this pi no It belongs tslady receiving the greatest number of votes in our Voting Contest Fi11 i coupon nelow and nominate yourself or a friend It will cost you DOth the friend nothing ACT QUICKI i1 GOOD FOR 1000 VOTESWHEN USED TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE ehQ Springfield i 4r f CI t T r f vzT Fd 2c1 C r The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher PRINGFTELD ZIIlNTUCKY- llit1Id d sot knock Is it really autumn atluU If altn Is a bird what is a bird Din iterare ctlninals of the low eat type There were high filers even before the days of airships In dirigible balloon there pis no where to go but away Whoever named It the dirigible balldoa should try again Fly paper Js not a good antidote for typhoid but it Play be aprevenUve A1 aviation meet Is equal to an opera season for brInging a spell ot bad weathers Thole customs inspectors are be coming sb exPert that they can actually smell jlwelQ Cholera has gone to SiberlarOt its Dwn noUgi If it would only stay therein perpetual exile 1 Now approache the season when the chauXeurs of balloons will have to take their vacationii Thatwoman joy rider who stole cab bagel seems to have hid one con cealedin her drummajor ht This country has raised 1096000000 bushels of oats during the past season not including the wild variet3 New rYork expects tQ succeed Paris sa center for womens fashions A terrible responsibility as fashions now runs The world need no longer remain out of joint Surgeons it seems can originalones A common house fly can go 35 feet per second Why doesnt it maintain this rate of speed when headed the other way Doctors are telling how they repair broken bones with tenpenny nails Woman doctors should do wonders with hairpins That chauffeur who Is going to drive an automobile to the top of a volcan o In Hawaii would better walt until he gets an airship In Oregon bear hunts are being made successfully with automobiles But human victims saw their power ot destruction first In five of thee nine complete months Qf 1310 American imports have been in excesS f exports We are buying more than we sell A Connecticut man heard a joke and hicconghed for eight days Possibly like those Connecticut clockS it was an eightday joke In Los Angeles a pneumatic barbs hail exploded and hurt a man Thu- we s see that excessive luxury carries Its own punishment That a dealer in decayed eggs has been fined 200 is a pleasing and instructive fact The public gets the pleasure and the dealer the instruction It is rumored that Wall street may hereafter be opened with praye r Prayer may not be what Wall street needs m tbut it will undoubtedly 1hetp some t Postal auiorlties in Madagascar rearranging for the carrying of mails oil the ISland by aeroplane However f t probably wilt be some time before the airship will succeed rural free deliver y In the United States Pittsburg man Is In trouble because he thought It was cheaper to married than it Was to live singly ah learned differently too late A lot of other men have had the same eXQeri i ence Toa cold and backward season in Europe with serious results to crops have been added a number ot destruc tine floods the latest ot which Is that in the vicinity of Barcelona Spa a America has enough weather eccen- tricIties but the old world has been the Worst sufferer this year Tht fourtoed horse found In the bad lands of Wyoming and reputed to be the ancestor of the present equine race undoubtedly has great Interest as a scientific find But as a show to attract the multitude he pro b ably will not be in the same class Wtb the woolly horse of earlier days One of tile scientists declares tk- in 100 Years all the people ot Ne w York will be living underground fIe uattbtnk they arc going to solve tbe problem of getting better air under ground before the lapse of another century The crown prince of Servl Is dei Irons according to a recenGr portof marxiing a rich American girl After one has looked over the supply of thjt r iIWHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH e NOBLE KILLED BY POSSE Knott County Men Had a Battle With HimWould Not Surrender LexingtonDeath ended the corset of Bad Jake Noble who shot and killed Wesley Turner of Breathltt county in Jackson on election day A sheriffs posse In Knott county killed Noble In a battle with the alleged des perado who was riddled nth bullet while refusing to surrender Reward aggregating 700 had been offered by the authorIties of Breathitt county for the capture of Noble dead Or alive Noble who was but 22 years of age had previously killed three men After shooting down Jailer Turner he escaped into the mountains and several posses had been searching for Wm since that time Noble was first heard from in the Lost Creek section of Breathitt coun ty where for two days he is under stood to have been under the protection of armed henchmen His first message to the county authorities was fIf you send a posse to arrest me you had better send along l cofdn for each maniCREDiTORS CAN RECOVER Court Passes Judgment Against Stock holders of Defunct Company LexlngtonIn the circuit court here Jtfdge Parker rattled that all stockholders of the Southern Mutual Investment and American Reserve pond Coo who have received returns from the con cerns in excess of the amount they paid for their stock can be proceeded against IIi the courts The stockhp1ders number about 40011 and resiau in all states of the union The companies failed here several years ago for approximafply 1000000 the crash causing losses to hundreds of investors of moderate means The attempts to recover the Invest ed funds have resulted In litigation that has been in the courts since the failures COMMITTEE NAMED FrankfortCol Andrew Cowan haS been named as chairman of the corn mittee in charge or ihe arrangemeR for entertaining the governors of stat s while they are in Louisville on Xo vember 30 for the conference Col Cowan was appointed chairman Gov Willson when be named the others on the committee He will c11 a meeting of the committee in the next few days to appoint subcommittees and work out a plan of detail for the re ception and enterCtinm entof the via ltos CLOSED FOR A TIME Frankfort Tho Kentucky river wit be closed to navfgatton for twenty days at Lock No 3 This is made nece sar by the fact that a new miter sill hay to be put In This nett sill has been needed for over a year but the work lstlouerltrominfluences brought to bear by sever or the heavy shippers In the river tra fic The need for the new miter all has become SO great that it can notbe longer postponed PRINTING COMMISSION State Printing Contract Discussed More Sessions Required FrankfortFor the first time i many months aU the members of the capital commission who also compos the printing commission met together They met as the printin- commission to hear the answer of the Globe Printing Co In response to the Todddh certain items and accounts are calls d to the attention ot the commission William Riley of the Globe Printing Co met with the commission and went over the report of Mr Todd The meeting was executive and after It was over it was stated that the report would require several days before the report Is given to the public If it l8 ever made public Air Todd and George A Lewis superintends of printing met with the commission Other sessions will be heM to discuss the report made by Mr Todd and then the commission will determine what actIon If any shall be taken The printing company insists that It has lived up to the contract and that sat isfactory explanatIon can be made of the Items mentioned by Mr Todd rexlngtonGov Willson has Is ofsued a requisition on the governor of Michigan for toe return to Kentuclty of Charles Williams a negro He is under arrest In Wayne county lIch and is wanted In Lexington on a murder charge L ulsvl1leAn invitationpr the board of managers Association of Real Estate exchanges to hold Its next quarterly meeting in Louisville 4n February next dill be extended in behalfot life Reaf E tate ezcfiange Qt Louisville Jot 1f J n KEN Tlf KY BAPTISTS fGlneral Association Convened in Cyn thiana This Week CynthianaEverything was in readiness for the seventythird meehi11 of the General Association of Baptists in Kentucky which convened at the First Baptist church with Henry Alford Por ter D D of Louisville as chairman The Rev SJ Cannon of Louisville preached The Kentucky Baptist Historical so ciety met with W J McGlothintD D of Louisville president presiding Baptistswhite Baptist churches wlllch are served by It375 ministerS BLUEGRASS BASEBALL A MakesArrangements ParIsDr W C Ussery was unani- ouslym reelected president of the Blue Grass league of baseball clubs the annual meeting being held here The 1911 season was limited to 100 games the date of the opening of the season being fixed at May 18 and end ling on Labor day SepteMber 4 Pres Ident Ussery was empowered to enforce the salary limit which was fixed at 1000 per month including the sal y of the manager He was also gIv- en full power to appoint or dismIss umpires ParIs was officially awarded the pennant for 1910 DECISIONS FROM APPEALS Penalty In Bond Case Declared Too High FrankfortThe court otappeals af firmed the case ot the Chesapeake OhIo railway against Wallace Borders from Lawrence county Borders was awarded 1000 damages in the lower court for injuries received while get tlng on the steps of a passenger car the sudden jerkIng of the train throwing him to the ground In the case of D B Fortney against the commonwealth from Rock astle county the court holds In reversing the jddgment that the object in per mUting ball bonds to be given is to insure the prisoner will appear for trial and is not to enrich the treas ury Fortney was bondsman for man who failed tQ appear but Fortney hall h1inhunted up and brought in by the next term of court The court says the circuit judge abused his ds cretlon in requirIng Fortney to pay the 300 bond after he had gone to the expense of hunting up the missing man and turning hlm over to the jailer The opinion says that 50 is as much as FortneY should pay If any thing MILLIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT IexingtonBetween 21500000 to UOOOOOOO will be the outlay involved in a purchase of100OOO acres or cok Ing cool land In Eastern Kent ick its development and the construction of over 100 miles of raIlroad to reach the coal field contracts for the railroad work having already been le The purchase price of the land wa 4SOOOOQ It Is stated that the line will be extended to Appalachia Va TO SEPARATE THE RACES LouisvilleLouisville will in all probability pass a Jim Crow law for thYmeasure t was brought forward some time ago was allowed to slumber until after the election At a meeting of councilmen and aldermen all were In favor o racesalhavfe e opulation favors lb There has been a strong sentiment in favor of the movement for some time FranktorlThe Kentucky Board of Valuation and Assessment fixed thi valuation of whisky for purposes o barrelnThis Is an increase of 1 per bare over the asFesment ice last year Di- tilleries and warehouse men have 3 0 protestgDanvllleWith tern knife whet ted to a razor edge Jack Hall cllppe- dZcl1arlah Rogers head iromhis shoulders on Main street Both arC negroes They heist been qualTellng and there were a number of eye wit nerves to the tragedy Hall fled b utas lacer arrested West Point A family of full bloo Indians consisting of the parents and six children en routee from Oklahoma to Tennessee camped just outside town The family IRS increased by the arrival ot twin boys who we r2 named Teddy and Taft tVi- lUamstowlli troiCf J H Leary returned from 1I1tspoils hiving iI notQrI1ous parlsThrongh the influence of United States Senator T H Paynter James Finn McClure son of Jam McClure of the First National ban has received an appointment as a ca academyHeLexlngtonA SOGtarget match by telegraph between the gun clubs of Columbus 0 and Lexington will be shot The team representing each club will consist of five men Temper CIa y wllImake AKentucky FrankfortKentucky wlll be represented on the trip to betaken by the state superintendents of schools in thcs- eot tlt when inspection of the rura schools ot several states and Canada will be undertaken Prof Elsworth Regenstein superintendent of pubUC instruction hoe designated Prof T J Crates ot Richmond recently appoint on supervisor of rural schools to maki thee trIp with the southern superintend eats The trip is provided by the Southern Educational association and that association will pay all expenses The plan is to Inspect the rural trIllinoisliaiylaita The Idea Is to give the southern schoril superintendents sag gesUons regarding the improvement sncol work acid it Is believed that they can learn much that will be ful in raising the standard of Coateswashis work In this state will be with the rural districts and tis believed that he can get valuable Ideas an inspection ot the rural schools o other states The trip will last several days ANNUAL FOX HUNT sLexingtonThoera association held its seventeentb annual field trlal9 and third annua bench show at Crab Orchard Springs one of the mesa famous old pleaSur r and heath resorts in entucky 1n meeting was not only attended by fo- ounters from aU parts of the United iStates but was a notable focial atlas r and dtendRd by many of the most prominent society people of the coon try PROPOSED GOOD ROADS LAW LoulsvilleA law providing for good roads in thee state of Kentucky will be drafted by a committee ap pointed by the Kentucky Good Road- ssociationa at a meeting to be tiers November When it is per fected it will be submitted to the as socfation for ratification after which It will be ready for presentation in tingeneral assembly- HARDINFARME I S INSTITUTE Elizabethtowu The Hardin County Farmers institute was held in this city Novemberlr18 The state agri cultural department furnished speakers for the meeting assisted by a Dumber ot Hardin county most expert enter agriculturists A number of premiums fat poultry and agricultural exhibits were oilseed WORKING ON DAMS Government Surveying Crew Havo Two Sites Under Observation MaYsvmeCivil Engineer YoY Gregory and a crew of 40 men are stationed just above this city en tho Ohio river In the government steams soundsa for lock and dam No 33 whIch is he 0 located somewhere near liaysvill Then under the super tskn F t I L uckes United States junior surveyo When they complete t11lr work he le they will move further down the river to survey dam No 34 GOod BY BANKS FranILclrtState banks and trust reportfs cent call ale in good conditIon bettCr than at this time last year The bank inspection plan ot Secretary of Stat o Bruner has already been of value to the banks of tits state and It Is be- Heved that the Inspection has caused the excellent statements mane by the banks Statements have been made companief u Kentucky SUFFRAGE CONVENTION Kentucky Ladies Hold Meeting and Hear NOted Speakers CovlngtonThe Kentucky State Suffrage convention was held In Cov nightsReyClay of Lexington told of legislative morninutwas to reports and In tits of ernoon 1lIss Laura Vlitte of Aahlan a slater of Congressman John D Whit P spoke on International Peace Louise Southgate read a paper on The Sisterhood of Woman Louisvlllelrarln Hart the we known pugilist recently appointee de uty sheriff was severely scratch about the face and hands In subdui a lunatic who had been committed takingthewhen the prisoner sprang upon his custodian and tried to scratch his ey outLouisvilleContributions town the proposed statue of Gen John httokat Ing of those interested in securing ti fund has been ca ted for November 17 to meet n Hi ton Perry a Ne York sculptor Frankfort hire Jennie olovy Was slightly injured when a gas men in her home exploded Mrs Solo was knocked down by the force of th e= plosron The holsocaught fire fo lowing the eposion LOVABLE WOMAN Quee Amelie of Portugal Most Unfairly Treated Woman of Many Sorrows and Trage dies Who Devoted Herself to the PeopleCharities Were Her Only Extravagance LlsbonPerhaps there Is not In all Europe today R more pathetic figure than Queen Amelie Brave she has proved herself to be often but intrepldlatest trouble which calls forth the deep sympathy of womankind the overf lad her husband and her eldest son slain by her side In the threne ago own y wounded she has now been compelled to submit to the loss of her sons throne that was also her own mid bas been driven with hIm to seek bfe In the hands ot the revolutionists Bbrn in England at Turldnbam o the banks ot the Thamesher father the late Comto do ParIs being ban hed at thee time from Fran e more1kto s royalties who furnished the Inspiration of one of Alphonse Daudets fa mows novels Fearsx greatest grief In connection with the recent tragic e er will be the shattered future of her only remaining son For all hopes for the future are practical Iy at an end for a monarch who ha been deposed by his people Another source of profound sorrow will be th tact that ahewill be barred hence forth from that Church of St Yin cent at Lisbon where her murdered husband and eldest son sleep their sleepd be In doubt indeed whelp er theremainsof those so dear to he IIII fT 1It e e t Queen Amelie will not be subjected to some such rightful IndIgnities as those whit characterized the lastt revolutionary outbreak In Barcelona the mob having sacked the convents and won astertes tore the dead monks and nuns from their tombs paraded them about the city either whole or piece meal exposed them to every sort of outrage and ended lip setting them up in grotesque positions at the ruined entrances of the sacred buildings from which they had been taken Ever since Ameltes husband an d eldest son were assassinated she bad lived In utter terror lest her only reo rosining son Manuel n should share their tate For herself her own safety and welfare she cared little Those who know Amelle realize that when aIcruel death claimed her husband on that terrible afternoon In February 1906 her heart was quite broken and the only Interest left for her In lif lay In her son Manuel The domestic lIfe Of King Carlos and Amelle was utterly unclouded and the queen was the happiest of wives and mothers Tried to Help the People AmelIe has been obliged to submit to seeing the Instigators of the murder of King Carlos and the crown prince not only unpunished but even occupying positions of Influence and rank Indeedho was brought face anrad to silent for the sake of the young king tShe was debarred from rewarding who had endeavored to defend her husband on the say of his assas Portrgueso paper without finding Its c01- umus filled with calumniations of her lead husband which she was power tIa slender young exquisied to ovner nothitong personng l eD cloned homes for crippled children or anesd Marie Amelle Is possessed of a suf- ficlently large fortune ot nor own to fadepodeBnt own extravagances consisted of her many qewn se awr e band the late king but which he did not in reality owe it wuf be reaJIzed that Portugal has driven from her solI wise good and energetic princes lifeain le 1a woman toward whom they shoo ve filled with feelings of l1aUtV1 J Your Liver is Cloggedup Thats Why yreTINIIIOea hrtaHaya N AaCARERTERSstsTLEpo IAtr E T6aydaIIVERCeee a PILLSiCwiti ti Ii1e ies rr Wcee6 15J Sick WeDOk fIJCI GeUinaM SignatuN tZBack to the Wild There was a time when all dogs were wild and when what we call wolves were different from other dogs only rts a collIe noV is different from a Newfoundland for instance From time to time you will hear ot dogs that have returned to the lUe ot their ancestors sand have run wild with the noly of the prairie or ot thee woods In rtle town of panty in Oregon a greyhound one night made the acquaintance of a coyote which is a hasnlived away from Ute town running with the coyotes andapproach hu thenthan usually hungry Reslnol In Three Weeks Don What Other Remedies Failed to Do In Four Months My babys face was like a raw arid bleeding piece of meat I wu at my wits ends what to do Medicine fro three physicians and ointment recon mended seemed to make the Eczema ofsprocured at oncere itthaneIthought it would be wasting only Qc more Never did I spend 50c to bit ter advantage for the first and and days I noticed a remarkable change and low at the end of the third week I have my pretty blue reyed rosy Icheeked cooing baby well again 1I am safe In saying he Is perfectly cured and the cure was sure ly something remarkable Your Soap find Ointment did in three weeks what everything else I tried failed to dom four months My baby was positively disfigured now his complexion is aU right againI Mrs H F Clemmer SunburYPa tJALL THERE i r j J VisitorDo you think that mosqul tues carry malarial J FarmerI dunno they never tookiany away from here i Not Even Mother i Little Bob was much distressedfie cause the birthdays of his sister Ado J lofts and hIs baby brother were gomc to arrive before hiss did A11 the buridays before mine het mineecome muvver No interposed Adelaide declflvec- Iy nobody can change your birth daynot even mother Heavy Gates for Panama JCanal The order for the Panama lock tgates covers no Yewerthan 58000 tons ot steel distributed over 46 gates or- 92 leaves f MORE THAN EVER Increased Capacity for Metal Labor Since Leaving Off Coffee Many former coffee drinkers who have mental work to perform day lifter day have found a better cpaci ty and greater endurance by using Postum Instead ot ordinary coffee An Illinois woman writes I had drank coffee for about tw nay years and finally had what the doctorpalled coffee heart was nervous extremely despondent had little mental or physical strength left had kidney trouble and constipation The first noticeable benefit derived from the change from coffee to Postm was the natural action of the kidneys and bowels In two weeks my heartcaction was greatly improved and my nerves steadY Then I became less despondent and the desire to be active again showed proof ot renewed physical and mental strength cI am steadily gaining in physical strength and brain power I formerly did mental work and had to give It up QDJtccount of coffee but since using PoatumI am doing hard mental labor with lUll fatigue than ever before Read the little book The Road to Wellv11Iein pkgs Theres a Reason goer seal tlMia1tevlletterrant eie appears free time te ue Tie7are esaiae tree ui faller tta lYteret J t w j t t f 0 When the winds of bleak November j Down the cHimney moan anfl sigh timng into hie ash ember highThenI When Thanksgiving Day drew nigh 7he lames I see the farmhouse And the woodland brown and serec Where the sportsman s rifle echoed As that day of days drew near Scenes whichever shall be cherished In the burning togs appearri r I can see the deepold cellar Where the apple bins piled high 0shadowedd heaps of pumpkins Golden as the sunset skyiAnd the casks of new fall cider I Stood along the wall close bY As the oldtime s enes are fadrng While the fire slowly dies Visions of a groaning table f Are presented to my eyesIAnd I almost scent the fragrance 4f the mince and pumpkin piest KEEPING THE FEAST iTRUE MeANING OF LESSON OF THANKSGIVING AllfThose Who Have Abundance i SharIng With Their Less Fortunate BrethrenY The sober joyfulness Qt the first New England Thanksgiving did not exhaust itself In a single day Governor Bradford after the first scanty harvest made dellberateprovision for three days feasting and rejoicing during which the infant colony enter tatned more than its own number of visiting Indians It Is true that these guests contributed venison fdr the feast as they lad earlIer contributed rorn for thA URAnf thn olonv hut the heart otthe feast was in the hospitality which made them wel comeIt would be hard to imagine a greater contrast than that which must have existed between the sober garb and quiet manners of the Pilgrims schooled In persecution and andQand his people The Indian could be dignified enough upon occasion but his un careful selfindulgence even more than the colonists hospitable unbending was the sign of an unusual confidence That mutual confidence continuancethaksgtving and feasting evidently ontributed not a little procured those necessary years of peace and security which enabled the weakness ot the Pilgrim colony to harden into Strength We call Thanksgivng day especial Iy a home festival and its associations 0 are most delightful in family reunions Iud home pleasures Yet the prece dent of Plymouth hospitality has sever been and never ought to bo neglected It a a time when those who are bleasd with home joyS take pleasure in sharing them with the homeless Families enlarge them selves to Include not only the scat bred next of kin but those also who are far from their own home circle A touch or the blessed spirit of home joy and mutual helpfulness stretches beyond the limits of the family to include those for whom the day would Otherwise be lonelier than others days for privation of home companionships This gracious hospitality or tle Thanksgiving season brings home memories to many guests It oUght to have its teachings for many others Iyoung men and women In our towns of homes yet to be earned ttj Or iealizedIn keeping them in touch With the true home spirit There Is no eelfishnesit in true home love It j not merely as a refuge for op t jJf wWWWWselves that we build the walls and lay the hearth and kindlo the fire andspread the table To gain a home and make It beautiful Is the dream of many ot these homeless ones To make home ministrant and hospitable and So to crown it with a higher beauty ought to be the ug- gesUon of the happy feasting and lowshlpof Thanksgiving The community was the host In that first Plymouth festival yet the community divided Into families As they kept the feast in the largo family groups Into which the necessity of house building and defense had up to this time divided them did any of them think we wonder of the law ot the passover established for other exiles and pilgrims so many centuries before And It the household be too little for the lamb let him and his neighbor next unto his house take It according to the number ot the 50u181 As a community we are today much further from absolute want and peril of starvati9n than the Pilgrims were when they began the custom of the yearly feast of thanksgiving Yet there are many of our people who If they keep the feast must keep It In the midst of poverty and peril of want In the wldstof greater want and peril the forefathers Invited strangers to the feast providing what they could They were wholly free from that false pride so common now adays which thinks most of appear ances and is ashamed to offer hos pltallty unless It Is possible also to make a show of wealth Out of what they had the fathers gave God thanks and entertained the strangers at their gates The other spirit df false pride and shame robs both guest and host of the best joy oft e Thanksgiving timethe joy or common faith in the Giver of all goat and of cordial wel come which has nothing to conceal and nothing to assert PROOF POSITIVE 13 = + t 7 ChickIt looks to mt s it 1 were an orphan +f I II1 J J 1 r I IS i + ROUNDABOUTI + + i MOST I PORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL tPARTS OF KENTUCKY ++ + ox + THANKSGIVING t PROCLAMATll1N State Paper Formally Names Thus day November 24th Frankfcrt The governor has given out the following ThanksgIving pros licmatten The President ofthe United States proclaIIlatdon241910 a a dray of thanksgiving and prayer to God mid in harmony with that proclamation and the spirit of our Commonwealth and in the name of the Commonwealth and aU of its people I units in that action of the President No land and no peopR have so much to be thankful for and I can upon our people to prnyfor Gods right Ild JUStice to lirevall In all lands and throughout our land ih every neighborhood thereof We are thankful for the blessings bytltthiankful for the many blessings and bounties bestowed upon us we are goodCheerwe are thankful for aLl that the Lord providenceandrant that we wilt cherish and obey hiS laws and keep with each oU the covenants of our own laws and cus tomsto do honor to the Lord of Hosts and to bring bless4ngs tQ the Common wealth Let us pray that Ire wilt bring it to Pass that every soUl shall lave an equal chance befcae the law and that this Commonwealth shall grow rich in the true spiri of the od Kentucky home Iet us welcome every useful worker Who comes to us to live Let us do all In oUT power to keep and hold the love friendship cOnfidence gcOd wLU and the fidelity of all who Lure with us now Now therefore T Augustus E wm con Governor of the Commonwalt- of Kentucky have set aside mid do hereby fix the 24th day of this November 191015 a my of general thmiks giving and ask that in sofar as in us lies aU shall cease from toil and busi ness and is our homes and places of worship truly thank our God for his- blessings and gracious providence and pledge to him to keep our covenants adth our God and each other of faithful service human kindness patient and rteadfast endurance of the tasks of life and earnest good work to the end that we my hope for continued and ronewed blessings In witness whereof I have hereuilto set my hand and caused the seal of the fommonweaith of Kentucky to be at Axed Dane at Frankfort this HUt day of November in the year of our Lord L210 and in the 119th year srf the Commonwealth AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Governor of Kentuckyi VENTUCKY MILITARY 1ATTERS- Of9cers Resign and the First Regiment Cut to a Battalion Frankfort Adjt Gen Johnston rel- ceiled the resignation ot Capt Claude L Harris of Company E Third regia meat He has also received the resig nation of Second Lteut Arch CombeJ of Company lt Second regiment Thq vacancies will be filled shortly LouisvllleMore than 200 men an sf9cers will be mustered out of th First Kentucky regiment by Gen Roger Williams and the famous or ZatiD will be cut down to a bats talfon IThe poor showing of the regiment during the last encampment at Indianapolis and the general Insubordination of the soldiers Is In part responsibl- tor the breaking up of the regiment Which may be reorganized at a future date LedngonC3pt John II cowled ot Louisville Past Grand litter of Kentucky Masons was the princip l speaker at the inauguration of the asonlc Club which was ormnUy def rated Tho object or the club is t dlaw Into ooser relations the 2fnsons of this city and the surrounding cOlin thc1rieffortssonic temple here LouisvilleThis city was selected as the convention gity In No emhot 1911 for the conference ud another erested In juvenile cou 011Ir FrankiortGo Willson has RP cltIzensernors in Louisville un November 30 The committee is composed of roprp aentative citizens and will have gen eral charge of the entertainment and reception of the visiting governors and their wives Mt Vernon Thc 11t Vernon rot er mills owned by A II H3m1in burn d fisS1of C000 RAILROAD CONSTRUCTioN Easternlcentuok Will e Denofited- by Proposed Building rankfort Eastern Kentucky wlll be benefited by the plans or the Consolidation Ceal Co to build a railroad from its newly acquired property in the virgin coal fields of Eastern Ken tacky as it is announced that as soon as vIr er breaks surveying crews will be sent out to map cut the line and that construction gangs will follow in their wake It Is the intention to have the road in running order by next fall The proje ted line will be built from Shelby eight miles south of Pikeville- to Shelby Gap a distance of 23 mites It will then be extgnded to Potter Gap and a terminus to he selected lab r in the very heart of the new coal field The routo wilt follow Shelby creel It is estimated that the construction will cost In the neighborhood of 3 000000 FIGUREHEAD QF BATTLESHIP FrankfortKentuekY Is to have the figurehead of the battleship named after this state as an ornament for the new capitol The figurehead has been crated and packed and is now at New horn News Va ready to bd shipped lo Frankfort as soon as the state sig uifles Its willingness to pay the freight charges and accept the loan fth9 souvenir of the big floating fortress The figurehead Is made of bronze and weighs nearly a ton It will be put inside the capitol perhaps although there was some suggestion that it he put on the outside of the building on the approach The national govern went removed the figurehead and Con gressman John 1V Langley asked that it be loaned to Kentucky The request was granted on condition that the state officials accepted it ANOTHER NEW RAILROAD I Frankfort The Ohio Kentucky Virginia railroad has been incorporat dThe company will build a 300milo railroad extending from Manchester lforganCounty INSURANCE COMPANY LOSES iDbceased May Have Been Killed SelfDefense Frankfort The court of appeals affirmed the judgment of the Eulton circuit court In the case ot the Emi nent Household of Columbian Wood men against Margaret Kesterson Mrs Kestersons husband had taken out a policy in this fraternal society and according to the contract way designated as guest and the con tract was designated as a covenant The principal features ot the cove nant were that incase the holder of It was convicted of felony acquired the habit of drinking liquors using opiates or drugs was killed in a duel or died of any disease contracted through immorality then he or she could not recover the policy Kesterson was killed by R R Rogers and the society refused tQ pay the policy The court says that the killing may have been In selfdefense and orders the policy paid kentucky State NeWS- MunfordvilleB lIf Owens lot sheriff of Hart county died at hit home after anI illness of over four months HewUs elected sheriff in 1905 FrankllnThe grand jury returned un indictment against Joe McElwain charged with murder and Lam Vance as accessory to the killing of Will Weir at Salmons LondonGorgressman D C Ed wards appointed John Harold Hardin the 17 year eld son of Attorney Sam C HardIn to the West Point Military academy He will enter In March A number of owners of real estate In the vicinity of Okolona organized the Citizens Antihunting association the purpose of which Is prevent trespassing by hunters upon property of the members GeorgetownThe most disastrous fire here In 3 years devastated half a business block T eltynve noses In Simpsons livery stable were burned Etimoled damage Is 20000 partially Insured Lexington A train load of trotters will leave here for New York to go under the hammer at the Old Glory sale which will open In Madison Square Garden November 21 The largest consignment from this section wll1 he that of the ctatborne farm consisting ofj head- FrankfortMlss Cora Mitudo Nance of Newport the flrat woman wyho ever argued her own cape iQ the court of appeals In this state won herr suit against the Patterson Buildl tg Co The court says she It entitled to recover the money she paid the 9Qm- 1an fWd orders a pew trial It Whitesburg At Big Cownn crook the 2yearold Child of Thomas Dar turned n kettle of boiling water over on it fatally scalding It At Line FOrk thQ tyeaTod daughter of Jonah Gar netto was fatally burned by Its olotltes catching fire FrankfortThe city council authorized the board of superisors to asst the Kentucky Distilling anti Warehouse Co on 5000000 storage ne- oouhts for five yeaTO beck If the cltJ wins it will realize 200OOOan OnOrgh topayits bonded debt I = r- r 4 llgli gll Cml0i UnDIlilliu ll an if li lIr f g t I L N Railroad Time Table Ii Onloy Daily Davy 91 No 43 No U j iArrves at Srrin egfieldp m I at xdstown R40 10Ooa m 606 i is Arrives at Bardstuwn Junctn 655 855u 522 u Leaves Louisville 610u S10IC430Clii Nfr Daily Sun y only DaQyIo 0 t 1U go 109 rams No42 No 90 = 1 I pmLeavesitr inArrivesU ih IEIIIIllEiIIIInuamilllllURIQnlllll14mdamign I EVERY BUSINESS MANRecognizes the importance of conducting all business detajkibyteIe phone both local and long dIStance It is economy in saaiirtg of tiara a tand money Unexcelled telephone service can e had over the lines of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Com banpiLane distance connections to all impootant points in the United States rates reasonable service the beSt CUMBERLAND COMPincorporated Dr W F TrustyPr- actical QentistSP- RIN GELD KENTUCKY Dental work atTeasonable prices Al work guaranteed office over Haydon Barber rB D LAKE Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident JOlIN Y MAYUS Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer i SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown JjHandsomeTelephone Day 19 Night 74 r DR M W HYATT OFFicE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFfICE HOURSi1030to 12 m 4 to 5P mf yDr J C Muddi1P- RINGFIELI TCXY OFrICE J IIATnoxs sTaRs Office Hours 8t09AM1tA2P M J LAMPTON MD SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No5 Residence No38 The Sun and Times f450I- I II Post 350 II II Herald 325 The fans and cOur1 L41r A tonic that invigorates botke old und young For weak aervone men EveryboJtie It TODA- YDRl0AG5 HAYDON ROBERTSON LDFOR CELLS AND TISSuEs PlWIfIl STlOlTl NCIISTI CT1tf nlec ItN Iri aIEINeu SlSTII UARANTEED TO lVESATJS FACTION OR MONEY UNDD SOLD llY HAYDON t ROBUTSO T SCOTT MAYES ATlrAT LAW Springfieldly Will practice in thee coarteWBWgso and AHMJ and Federal Courts i W D LAYBROOKE TTYATLAW trSpriDgfield KyYwill PractiC In the court of Waahi CCAPMARSIIALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Build ini f Waahingsoaand SIM CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield KV specialtyVVable Phone 84 j H iS RUSSEL- LAUCTIONEER Lebanon Ky Rt 3 Crying of he sales a special Can cry sales nywbeIe cbe Phonel10nglsoortLebooaExchan When you want nice Engraved VISITING CADS I WEDDING INVITATIONS MONOGRAM PAPER rr Etc canon r the Springfield sinFirst Ctass Work Reasonable Prices TSprize Offers from LeadingManqfacturera Book on patents Hints to inventors Inventions weeded H Why some inventors fail Seed rough sketch or model foc search of Patent Office records Our Mr Creeley was otnwry Actin C missioner of Patents and as such had full Cbarp oI the U patent Office GREELEYM9INTIREPATENT WASHINGTON ID C j 0 1 L I r L- J f y S THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1910 c j IPRINGFIELDSONt Vtvv i DnxYWXDNJIIIDAY ti 1ys- r f JSUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR t la Advance rqA L SMITH Etw sad Pahl skier i tered at the poetaffice acSpringfield Jt Ly l for transmission through the ala as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ih 4QM Year 100 Px 50 Tkree Monthsa 95 trIAS J- I A MAID JOI James A Patton who has won mil lions by cornering the wheat and cotton Market at vanous times is worried oy er what he is to do with his millions He declares it is a serious error to leave Millions to your children As a result JwTig trying to find some way to Ret rid oodMrdidue to get many more He has fiiLRumber of plans under consideration but wilt not announce one grand slam l W his giving away Money before the 4ret of the year It is said Mr Patton ilhu about 20000 000 that he wants to t ctridof Hrrod burg Herald We will gladly relieve Mr Patton of His worry Our disposition has always to succor the unfortunate and we Midv Mr Patton deserving of our C4MDDuHrabonand help Our banks in Springfield Ky will be only too glad to have the gentleman deposit a few of those millions to ur credit in their burglar proof vaults In this way we will sort of divide the respon sibilityi as it were and contribute tor Mr Patton s happiness z InmanGodby I tiM Eva Inman and Mr Fitz V Both of whom live inthe llackville sec tion i were quietly married this after Boon by Rev W H Williams pastor v pf the Baptist church After the cere mbny Mr and Mrs Godbv left for Bardetown where they will be enter timed by friends They will then make their home on Mr Godbys farm near Mackville Their attendants were Mr Settle and Miss Sutton The groomI Ji3thevpn of the late Rev Godb y ithe bride a daughter of J S Inman ilA r Notice iAO my friends and customers that be sinning on Dec 1 1910 I will sell strict ly for cash land produce for at least 60 days in order to collect up all accounts made during my two years of business at Mackville 1 wish to think my friends and customers for their kind adees and liberal share of patronage and ask you all to atay with me during this tO days and see for yourselves that a cash business is THE businessfirst last and all the time Come price and i see what yourCASH will do rWiiu Your friend vJ J N CULL A Mackville Ky As ToW in tire Hills This Western conception was presented at the Opera Hotis byW H Mann on Saturday night to a crowded house The play was well rendered and well received The impersonation of the Indian character by Mabel Owen and Geo Bodie was admirable and well sustained throughout Two Sioux In dians from the Rosebud reservatIon were a feature of the entertainment The acting generally was good and well above the average It certainly was the best show Mr Haydon has been able to secure so far this season Jur Reynolds Last Wednesday in the parlors ot Father Pieter at Fredencktownr Hen ryJury anJ Miss Minnie Reynolds both of Woodlawn were pronounced man and wife After the ceremony the voune people left for the farm of the groom where they will make their home PLEASANT GROVE Judge and Mrs BL Litsey and Mr and Mrs J I Martin attended the Hays Hopkins wedding at Bloomfield last Wednesday Rev J W Atwood preached at the Pleasant Grove church Tuesday and Wedgesday evening Mrs J H Hopper and Miss Mary Bruce are visiting in Perryville N P Thompson and Miss Fiances Litsey spent the week end in Harrods burg Messrs Ed Litsey John Polin Frank Yankey and Davison 1e4 attended the football game at Lex tbo Thursday Mrs All Whi temajiisj returnedfrom a visit to her father at jLaGrange Miss Della Ray Gregory is at home from St Catherines for a few days Mr and Mrs D R Litsey are at Judge Litseys for a few days Mr and Mrs Addison Gibson and children of Perryville are visiting Mrs Gibsons parents Mr and Mrs S Hard sty Miss Sue Edgerton has returned after a visit to Woodlawn and Bloomfield HAPPY HOLLOW Tom Corn and family of near Fair view spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of John Crow- Ed Hanby and wife Raymond Barr Elmer and Dolph Hanby spent Sunday with their sister Mrs Jennie Mather ly near Willisburg Harvey Hardin spent Sunday with bis sister Mrs Tom Coulter J N Shields and wife are spending MrslGeorge Kays and wife spent Satur day and Sunday with her brother L M familyjohn wife spent Sun day and Monday with their daughter and family Mr and Mrs Erastus Per kinsLee Settles and family spent Satur day night with his brother Edgar Set tles Sabe Coulter and tamily spent Satur day night with J M Shields and fam ily Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Sunday night with her sister Mrs Ed Han by W C Dudgeon spent Saturday and Sunday with T W Sutherland and wifeEd Hanby anJ wife were in Sprin field Saturday shopping c TheAcme J MeatI4 Market IkJAS MORAN Jr Proprietor Successor to Geo Mullican Fresh Meats of all Kinds DONT FORGET THANKSGIVING If you want a Turkey or Dressed Hen Phone tfoy 3J Also have fresh pork nice young beef hams arid minced loaf To My Friends and CustomersII desire to ask you to send in your dinner orders by nine oclock each morning to avoid delays and give my delivery boy an opportunity to save time by delivering all orders on each street at once Bring tne your beet hides and all Country Produce Will pay highest market prices If you have an extra good beef for sale phone me Bring or send your Laundry first class work Guaranteed I earnestly solicit your liberal patronage LAS MORAN Jr J h Dr GJ Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield Ky Stae in flagon Block up stairs Local News Notes LOSTOn Sunday Nov 20 between the residences of Mrs J W Kelly and J F Simms a Rug muff Reward if returned to this officeIMisses and Childrens Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats at Reduced Pric s Wathen Shader S H Cheser of Rockville Park Co Ind formerly of this county has been here this week the first time in twenty years on a yisit to relatives and old friends He is a nephew of Mrs S Hiatt I will have a new line of Furs next week See them I Mrs Williams NOTICE AH 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 Nice line of Automobile Veils at low prices Wathen Shader On last Thursday W D Claybrooke held his sale of live stock and farming implements A large crowd was in at tendance and the pricey realized highly satisfactory Mr Claybrooke has leas ed his farm and will spend the corning winter in the South1t Come in and get you a new hat now at own price Mrs Williams The Springfield Masonic Lodge de sires to receive bids for putting in a concrete floor in the basement room of the Masonic buildip about 36 by 50 ft For specifications and information call on or address W r McElroy or W A Waters the Committee in charge Beautiful new Hat Pins just the thins for XMas gift at Mrs Williams Mr Ray Logsdon of near town and Miss Annie L Nop of Bradfordsville were married at the home of Rev R E C Lawson this afternoon Mrs Logsdon is a pretty young lady and is very popular ih the Bradfordsville community Mr Logsdon is a prosperous young farmer and resides in the Canary community Buford Neikirk lost a valuable heifer recently due to the carelessness of some hunter Mr Neikirk valued the heifer more highly than any other head of cat tie he owned It is a misfortune to the hunter to have any such luck in a days hunt as the injuring ot the property of the man on whose land he is hunting However if he is the right kind he will tell the owner ot the misfortune and make reparation to him for any loss he may have sustained Mr Nelligan of Louisville has been here tor several days organizing a lodge of the Woodmen of the World and has been meeting with splendid success He has already secured over fifty members aned expects to organize the lodge with not less than one hundred charter members Mr Nelligan was one of the leaders in the initiation of over 7000 members in Louisville some weeks agd the largest class ever initiated by the Woodmen of the World and probably initiatedbYlIWe have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good tobacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in Bardstown itORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR D ATS BurdalWn Ky JiBowling Alley Open Take a few minuts off and enjoy the healthful exercise Regular services in the Methodist church Sundaymorning at 1100 oclock schooli Lifelor ve- and Service TrJ Wade Pastor The Ladies of the Catholic church will serve court dinner in February Mound City paints may cost a little more but Mr Leo Haydon For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on j SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB oG GOWDY Prop t + M+it+ ti+++ I+ fit t S IspecialSaeIof IFOIDads fit our is now to the you to same tit tit + re + L tia til Municipal Ownership of Graveyard Guanajuato In Mexico has a mu nicjpal cemetery with hall of mummlflqd horrors These atacombs are simply tiers of masonry pigeonholes divided like the letter boxes In our postofflces only fray seven feet In depth and eighteen Inches In width and height The coffin in each case Is slid In and the front sealed up with a slab of marble duly inscribed The interments of the first Mass cost 100 pesos dad give the corpse permanent tenure while those ofthe second class cost twenty five resos and carry only a fiveyear occupancy after which the cubby hole cleared out and rented to Rosewater in Leslies s LadiesTailored Suits t and Long Coats iWe Have on Hand a very large sto lk + andwe will make extra Low Prices to make them go So it you are in need ofa stylisH Suit orSeparate Coat now 19 your opportunity f + 4t HOLIDAY LINENS t tthepicked over- Reduced w prices on Table Linens Napkins and Towels tSHOES We are showing the swellest line of Ladies Shoes on the market in Velvets Suedes and Patent Leather tit Every department in store prepared tfit meet your wants at lowest prices and we cordially invite inspect before buying The RORERTSONCLAYBROOKE CfttU4CORPORATED t frr + tittitfIte ftftft tttttttt t1tVtt DIXIE VAUDEVILLE COMPANY Opera House Remainder of Week Dont Fail to See The Best Vaudeville Ever Staged- in Springfield accompanying anothe- rtenaDtVlclor One Way Anyway My little son who Aas Just over two years old one day while at dinner used his fingers instead of a spoon and tie following dialogue ensued Fatjher Dont do thaf again sonny SonMe will youSooShut Reminders of Troubl- eI thought you told me a sea voyage would take my mindoff my troubles said the unlucky motorist Didnt In No The life preservers strung along the rail of the ship looked exactly like automobile Urea JT ttVt1tttt tVtVtt1t1tf1 Craup is most prevalent during the day cold weather of the early winter months Parents of young children should be prepare for it All that w needed isa bottle 01 Chamberlains hersareI e EURITU JWIOEWELOJc R aD FIN Hj i r t- i1L4r FliTs sixinch asphaltcemeritI welded joint gives i you a continuous one piece roof without a throughit v MMe offntural mineral asphaltthe best weatherproofing known NoCottITarSOLD George J Begemann MANUFACTURER OF HandMade HarnessSPR- INGFIELD KY HighGrade Sewing Machines At 19 20 and 2250I GENTS PRICE X50 and X60z Ed M Russell Springfield 1y1 lelII 1le 11 1l a THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23J gio J S Moores AiTight lieater k DoeS the Work ef a Furnace Its by far the greatest heater on eaJth Built on an entirely dif ry ss ferent principle than others Heats by circulation instead of radiation One Moores Air Tight Heater will heat your entire housep stairs and downand keep every floor as warm as though you had aI temperatured Saves Over Half Your Coal Bill slackiand can be run at less than half the cost of other heaters The Egg Shaped Dome and Hot Air Flue Firepot consumes all the carbon In the cow thus overcoming the smoke and soot nuisance as well s making the fuel last longer There are no clinkers and no cinders The Dust Flue takes aU the dust All parts are surface and asbesItthe floor and furniture expands and contracts with the beat tightfromIng pan times x The Handsomest and Handiest Heater Ever MadeAll nickeled parts are of the very procefis1i t None of the polished parts comes In Thetpol hlng keeps the stove like new tor a whole year The Air Tight Draft Control en abler you hold afire from 24 to 48 hours Fire never goes out ovet night and Is always under perfect control IISHULII CLEAEVR Springfield Kyl r The JEFF DCOOMES1l 1 1 Farm For SaleI BardstownrMOND y DEC 12 1910 A very valuable small farm situated about l miles East of Bards town near the Springfield turnpike it his farm has on it a dwelling barn and all outbuildings and several never failing springs The soil is as good as any land in the county and nearly all cleared rfand prepared for cultivation immediate possession tan be given y t TERMS b 12 and 18 months r W T SPALDING M C N C C t Farm for Sale rAfine Nelson County Farm of 22s acres on pike 234 miles South r oFredericktown suitable for corn tobacco wheat or oats and is a splendid stock farm running water in every field This farm has been used as a stock farm for the last YO years and all cleared land isjri grass except 40 acres with 25 that sown in wheat There is- i 50acresot fine tlmbcr A two story 10 room house with large cellar fine well and cistern at door Stable with 14 roomy box stalls water in stable a large tobacco or stock barn and all other necess- atvbptbuildinL Tenant house 3 acres fine young orchard 3 acres of alfalfa Telephone and Rural Route Possession given Jan 1st If sold immediately Price 4oper acre DICKERSON BR S1 r f dnO 3t Bardstown Ky OOOOOOOOUOOOO I Cl iv I I O OOceOOOnOSOSOO to 08000000800080080 0 Preserve Your Teeth e by the use ot a good tooth powder paste or liquid Dont bother with a any of the trash handed out by the I socalled bargain stores Come to this drug store and get the dentifrice a that you can rely on The same thing with an other toilet aidsa Better us a little more for the I real thing thap to pay anything ford worthless imitations a Haydon WillettTHE PRESCRIPTION STORE 1080000080008080800 K Public SaleAs Executrix of the estate of Mrs Malinda Thompson 1 will offer fOr sale to the highest bidder on the premises two miles from St Mary on the Raywick and Springfield road ON THURSDAY DEC 1st 1910 begin nuig at 1 oclock p m FARM Or 218 ACRES 1 The farm is in a high state ot cultivation and splendidly watered It is well located being near hoth school and church It has on it a good 8room dwelling baln and aU nGcessary outbuildings It also has on it a 1 Ifheand 9 pigs corn hay oats TERMS On real estate orle third cash balance in 1 2 and 3 years with lien to secure deferred payments On personality sums of 10 and under cab over t amount four m ths bankable note with interest MISS AnnIe E Thompson Executrix M linda Thompson Estate Stop 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 or these heaters will andI LOCUST GROVE D R Litsey andwife are spending this week with his patents Mr and Mrs B L Litsey and is bagging some birds Mrs Roy Settles of Willisburg was visiting her parents here last week J S Yankey and son Frank spent Sunday In MackviUe the guests of Mr John Peters Miss Katie Shewmaker spent Sunday with Miss Georgia Gregory Mr and Mrs Tom McLarin were the guests of Mrs Julia Leachman Monday Mrs J S Yankey and sons Sweeney and Robert spent SundaY in town thei guests of Mr and Mrs Byron Croake- E M Leachman was the guest of Emmett Reed Sunday Miss Sue Edgerton is spending the week with Miss Sue Reed Mrs A L Litsey spent several days of last week with her brother Mr Henson Robertson near Texas MIss Eleanor Reed IS the guestof friends it the Grundy Home NP Thompson ald Miss Frances Litsey are visiting at Harrodsburg Mr and Mrs W P Merritt spent Su tday afternoon in Springfield Will Matherly and family of Hills biro were guests of Mr and Mrs Jo seph Campbell Sunday Mrs Sallie Gregory and daughter Miss Annie Laura have returned from an extended visit with relativES In Boyle county Mr and Mrs J S Leachman spent Sunday with MY and MrsH b Reed MIss Della Ray Gregory of St Cath erines spent Sunday at ho- mePOSTED The undersigned hereby give warning ao all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute aU offenders to fullest extent of the law Huntes will espec ially take notice No favors shown SAM PHILLIPPS r f d no 2 PARkOTT BROS 2 miles E of town R L BRADY r f d no 3 G W COtANOUGH R r f d nQ 4 C JtT AYLON City P S ilAlBEltr t uno lL T A GRUNDY r f d no 1 GRUNDY ORPHANS HOME H R WATERS r t dno 4 W G GRUNDY r f d no 1 JOHN BABEL MULLICAN rfd no 1 MRS Jaw KELLY JOHN Y MAYESiMRS SUE KNOTT r f d no 4 JOHN F SIMMS B WNEIKIRK r t dNo 4 Parties desiring their names In thiS column during hunting salon can do so for 25o cash Notice tQ Turkey Raisers We lave closed our turkey market- for the thanksgiving trade but will open again on Dec 1 for the Christ mas market Springfield Poultry Co Farm for Sale Containing bilut 100 acres 45 acres in grass 8 or 10 in timber never failing water frame dwc1JinJftoo barn 1 mile from railroad convenient to school church etc For further in formation call on Dr E L McINTYRE When a cold becomes settled in the system it will take several days treat ment to cure It and tee best remedy to use IS Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will cure qUIcker than any other and also leaves the spstem in a natural and healthy condition Sold by all Druggists wV STALLARD D D S SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 tfitTEETH Done In this office is first RndjustOver McElroy Shaders Grocery l oe080eOeOeoeoeoe Sotieooe-e 0 Personal Notes a Visitors In and Out of TownA i o Round Up Qfthe Weeks o Personal Newst 0 Oe0e0e0e0O000Oe00Q Mr and Mrs J H Morgan of Har rodsburg are visiting Mr and Mrs J S Yankey and other visitors near town Rev PF Hennessey left Monday last for a VIsit to his father at Balti more Md Miss Bertha Haydon is the guest of friends in Lebanon Miss Lucy Craycroft of Washington D C was the guest of Mrs Chas- M Intire the first of the week Mrs Heft RubeJlof Lebanon is the guest of her mother Mrs T W Simms Jr Mrs A L Jenkins of Cincinnati and Wallace C Duncan of K U Lexington have been called to theirr home by the critical illness 01 their aunt Miss Anna Mar ttaIJohn Shuck McElroy of Central University will spend Thanksgiving with his parents MK and Mrs John- S McElroy Miss Nan Coyle of New Hope IS the guest of Mrs WF Trusty MrS BcnMcElroy and MIss Sallie Bosley of Lebanon visited here Mon day Misses Sarah ONan and Hattie Ar- Wald who are attending school in CAId well College Dany1e are at home to sDelld Thanksgiving Miss Alma Spalding ot Lebartonis guest of Miss Margaret Hagan Mr ad Mrs Leo Haydon and chil dren are spending Thanksgiving in Bardstown L Mrsr E Hardesty and Miss Margaret HS2an spent Saturday and Sun day w1ih r a d dray CW Hagan atLe anon rrr W F Trusty was in New Hope today Mr Sam Johnson or Lebanon wast in town Saturday Mrs Hark Shehan has been the gueSt of her parents Mr and Mr G lJ Catlett = w D Clarbrooke has returned from the South where he was calledI last week by the illness of his We are glad to report that the little lady IS much better Miss Anna Maratta is some what improved today but her condition is still very critleal Mrs H L Smith and Miss Lucill- Greane spent the last of the week in Bardstown Mrs J y Mayes has returned home after a visit to her daughter Mrs E E Buster of Harrodsburg Mrs G D Robertson Jr enter tamed Friday afternoon at euchre Mr and Mrs Ernest Thompson Bardatown spent the first of the week with Miss CarrIe Edelen J J Graceand Duke Goodloe have returned from Crab Orchard where they have been attending the fox hunt Miss May Mayes arrived from Sayre College Lexington today to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with her parents Mr ands Mrs T S Mayes Mr Jas R Claybrooke Srone o the prominent men of the county lies a his homenearlexas at the point o death It is not thought that he can survive the night WASH THAT ITCH AWAY Xt is said that there are springs In Europe that give relief an curt to Eczema and uther skin diseases If you knew that by washing in thes e waters youu could be relieved from that awful itch wouldnt you make every effort to take a trip to Europe at once Would you not be willing to spend your last cent tQ find the cure Hut you need not leave home for these distant springs Relief is nigh t herein your own home town A simple wash of Oil of Wintergreen Thymol and other ingredients as corn pounded only in D D D Prescription will bring Instant relief to that terrible burning itch and leave the skin smooth and healthy as that of a child If you have not already tried It get at least a 25 cont bottle Today Va assure you of instant relief 1KAYlON dc ROBERTSON R i New Fresh Line of Everything Rttit quired to bake Your Cakts Fruits Cytron t emom Peeling Raisonsq Orange Peeling Currents Shelled N us Spices And Everything Needed For Your Fruit Cakes and Candy An these necessIties for your cakes are absolutely Freak We storagetnerefore KATIE HER LEIN BRO I fresh Oysters Received Every Other Night VALLEY lULL The bird season having opened last TuesdaY most of the citizens of this vicinity went out tor their first enjoy hunting this year and many of tHem had excellent luck Many from town were m thiS section 1stTuesdayhunting Mrs Iergueson who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Palmer Got1ey of this place has returned to her home in Charlotte tN C Miss Pearl Goatley visited friends in town from Sunday until Wednesday M Reed was to town Saturday on business Mrs Robert Canary and MIss Parker of Springfield visited Mrs Jas Harmon at this place Sunday Jan Montgomery was in this section last week buying hogs to make a shipment Jas Moran Jr of Springfield visited relatives at this place Sunday Mr and Mrs Lucein Pinkston visited relatives near Litsey Sunday J E Goatley and wife isltedrel- atlves near Maud Sunday E S Goatley recently purchased a farm from Con Weekly T B Janes and wife vIsited relatives here Sunday Jesse Haydon recently purchased a yearr old horse from Farmer Goat ley for 80 DEEP REEK Mrs Mollie CoYlewaso the bedside of her sister inlaw Mrs Chas Pope near Lebanon who was very ill Mrr and Mrs Martin Coyle Mr and Mrs Anderson Holderman and Henry Holderman dined with Mrs George El liott last Thursday Mr and Mrs Bm Coyle spent last ValueeMillburntMr and MrS Lim CaWiden and two children spent las 1day with Mr and Mrs Dave Key MrS Blanch Hlfott and children spent last Wednesday with Mrs Annie White Miss Kattie Carpenter was pleasantly entertained hy Mrs Mattie Harmon on lastfMrs J L Harmon spent last Saturday with Mrs Harmon brother CEaa pop 1 n to r S IIJiIziTr1 ZCZZM- RHEUMATISMFor twentyfve years Botanic Blood ringthousndssecondary or Tertiary tPo1coria all forss ot Blood loRd Skin Diseases Rheumatism ad ozeaWe solieit the mst nbsttnate cases because B R corny Wt ere all else fails It yn have BackJoints r Throat Pimp a Coppr Celered S1wts orErebroweblisters or OntR Rumors Itllrnn ax 8welhsrsEatingapoison matea the blood pre and rleb completely chancing tbetUre body a clean healthy eondltioslteatt every sore or pimple and stopp1nJl ali aches pains and erring the worstcae of Blood Puieon Rheum- atlm drczemaBOTANIC BLOOD BLX n R t cOmIBOTTLESIthrRritin nL0ogtI4 0 tte s isflSold by NAYDON t WLLETS Mrs Tishie Coyle and Miss MtieCoyle wereKuestS of Mrs Hattie Arnold in Boyle county last tuMTurkeys are bringing a tine price They are selling for thirteen cents and we believe the price whlsoar aa the are scarce Messrs G W and J ahn Key we laSpringfield Saturday on business Martin Mathley aad wife spent laat r JatberTJohnrand Mrs Worth Hart rRich mondKy moved into the Harvey Lawson place recently Grover Elliott isgoing on crutchea on account of an abcflos ooh s ankle Mr and Mrs J S Coyle and Mrs Laura Best spent J83tWedaaywi Clarence Coyle s A Mao Warts Ttonly when a aM slsgg bowels cease frightful feepooHoey But Dr Kings New Life ills expeii poisons from the system bring hope and courage cure all Liver SteaKIi and Kidney troubles impart1ltb anti sihg25cThe Sun and Oi1rrJoanL LI t tl To The People qf Washington d Cont f We are and have been for the past 30 days receiving the largest stock of FURNJTUREever hown thed ti past business we have gone the limit and filled every ava able space With uptodate FFuioiture r and we are prepared by bU7in in adVanCetO Offer our patrons 8ood values for their money Wethere fore earnestly solicit An inspection and think you can find what JOU want at our unusual low prices LEACHMAN CAMPBELL o d r I i t IlliSYNOPl Lawrence Blakeley lawYer roes to Pittsburg with the forged notes In th- 43ronson case to get the deposition o John Gilmore millionaire In the tatters house he Is attracted bY the picture of girl whom Gilmore explains Is his granddaughter AlIson West He say her father IS a rascal and a friend o the forger A lady requests Blakeley to ltuJ her a Pullman ticket He gives her lower eleven and retains lower ten He ttads a man in a drunken stupor In lower ten and gOY to bed In lower nine He awakens In lower seven and duds that t1l He and clothes are missing The atan la lower ten Is found murdered His HarringtoTheleys clothes Is suspected Blakeley be Seos ee Interested In a girl In blue drt- eumataatial evidence plates Blakeley un eler suspicion of murder The train Is theturningt Cateesweetheartandtkeley his1aadls j thewreckCHAPTER XIIContinued1 talkthfdeously absurd it was no one give me a slap and tl me there toe i tone of tine gold cha s made every year or to point out he long arm of coincidence With my one useful hand I fun bl the things back into the bag and thrust it deep out ot sIght among the allows Then I lay back in a cold hadIAlison West with this crime Why bad she stared f1oat the gunmetal clg Arette cue that morning on the train What had alarmed her so at the farm hou e What had she taken back to the gate Why did she wish she had Andjname how did a part of her necklace become torn off and covered with blood athef t with Mrs Kloptonin the Interval ofIt wilting Why did he come home in a Sf a sult when he went away In a blue queethin r perhapslightning Friend of mine once wasI caddy11hadtaken tle flash when they recovered cot iclousness there was my friend In the hisIas my was a large man and the caddy a very small boy interrupteebyd g room door He was obliged to wait some time and even his eternal cheert fulness WaS ebbing when he finally got f the hospital IsDr Van Kirk there he asked Not there Well can you tell J1ow thepatient is whom Dr Williams from Washington operated on la night Well Im glad of that Is e knowijwas a long pause then trc 3Cnfghts voic- eHelloyes Thank you very much Good by He came upstairs two steps at trUme Look here he said bursting into somethingIJtnlE may a but ita curiousher name is Sullivan What did I tell you I said sitting kip In bed Shes probably aslsterof that scoundrel in lower seven and she was afraid of what he mightr do f Confound this arm I said paying for my energy with some excruciating 1ec ttiroba Theres so much to be look after and here I film bandaged sPltntered ant generally useless Its at beastly shame t Dont forget that I am here said McKnight pompously And another IDgw you feel this way just re tember there are two less desirable places were you might be One is 31l and the other Is He strummed JI1 an imaginary harp wIth devotional eyes But McKnights lightheartedness lured on me that morning I lay and frowned under my helplessness When by chance Ituched the little gold liag Jt seemed to scorch my fingers nlc1ey finding me unresponsive left lfukeep his luncheon engagement with Anson West As he clattered down thetiorJ herfrayedfng up I wondered But McKnlght had not gone after all I heard him coming back his voice preceding him and groaned irritationS he called Somebotiys gent you a lot of flowers Please hold the box Mrs KloptonIm going out to be run down by au automobile l roused to feeble interest My brothers wife Is punctilious about u k ngs all the new babies in the rf The irbI WWIRT15rwi7THOR nib CIRCIIIAT 75 11L1JSrRATl NS M CiKBTTN RrCorYRJonr by 8oD8S MLRRtL COMPANY family have sliver rattles and aU the sick people flowers McKnight pulled up an armful of roses and held them out to me Wonder who eyrefrom1 he said fumbling in the boa for a card onefex- asperating slowness Best wishes for an early recove ry MISFORTUNEf ut that he exclaimed Thats some thing you dIdnt tell me LolU oningIbeating until I could hear it She ha not forgotten after alL dee not especially pleasant about it The were her roses a d anyhow they were meant for me Jtlchey left very soot with an irrit tisllg final grin at the box Goodby sirv woman hater he jeered at me from the door So he wore one of the roses s had sent me to luncheon with and I lay back among my pillows an tried to remember that it was his game anyhow end that I wasnt even drawing cards To remember that and to forget the broken necklace and my head CHAPTER Xilt Faded Roses I was In the house for aweek Much of that time I spent in composing and destroying letters of thanks to Miss West and in growling at the doctor McKnlght dropped in but he was less cheerful than usu Nowand then i caught him eyeing iqe as it he had somethIng to say b whatever it was he kept it to himself Once during the week he went to Baltimore and saw the woman in the hospital there From the description I had little difficulty in recogniti the young woman who had = been with the murdered man in Pittsburg But s3e was still unconscIous An elderly aunt had appeared gaunt person in black who sat around like a buzzard on a fence according to itiicKnig and wept in a mixed figure into a damp handkerchief On the last day of my imprisonment caysely that was coming up In court the next day and to playa game of double solitaire with me Who won the ball game 1 tasked We were licked Ask mil something pleasant Oh by the way Bro n sons out today IIlm glad Im not on his bond I said pessimistically Hell Clear oul Not he McKnight pounced on my aCe IIHes no fool Don t you suppose he knows you took thOse notes to Pittsburg The papers were full of it And he knows you escaped wi your life and a broken rIp from t the wreck What do we do next The commonwealth continues the A deaf man on a darK night wo sold know those notes were mIssing Dont play so fast I remonstrated toeo ho is trailing Bronson Did you stto get Johnson 1 asked for him but he had some handwliThe murders evidently a dead i8 sue I reflected NO rID not g k lu The wreck destroyer all the evI- dence But Im firmly convinced those notes will be offered eih r to us or to Bronson very soon Jahneontt a t blackguard but hes a good detects e could make his fortune sa a game dog Whats he doing McKnight put down his cards a rIsing went to the window As held the curtain back his customary grIn looked a little forced Toell you the truth Lollie said IIlor the last two days he b Washinglngley Hes across the street now It took a moment for me to grasp what he meant asserttcifovertltnd mydyourselYHello heres a visitor a little m with suing halt I Vont see him I said firm rve been bothered enough by porters listened together to Mrs Klop hetans expostulating tones in the to boardsdcame up the stairs had a piece of paper in her hand torn from a pocket accountbook and o Berbusiness gill show him uP I said 1Oh Youd better put th away RicheY I fapcy Its the rector of the church around the corner But when the door opened to admit a curiously alert little man adjust his glasses with nervous fingers my face must have shown my dismay alIt was the amateur detective of the fI shook hands without enthusiasm Hero was life one survivor of the wrecked car who could do me any amount of harm There was no hope that he had forgotten any of the In hneld n hand the very notebook wh ich contained them His mahner was restrained but it was evident tIe was highly excited I introduced him to McKnight who has the imagination I lack and who placed him at once mentally Z only learned yesterday that had beenorsaved he said rapid Terrible accidentunspeakable about it fill night and think about it all day Broken arm 1 No He jUst wears the splint to be different from other people Mc Knight drawled lazily I glared at galbyYes a fractured humerus wh isnt ns funny as it sounds Humerushumorous Pretty good be cackled I must say you keep up your spirits pretty well consider ing everythIng You seem to have escaped injury I parried He was fumbling for so thing in his pockets Yes I escaped he replied abstractedly Remarkable thing too I havent a doubt I would have broken my neck but L landed onyoull never guess what I landed head first the very pillow which was under Inspection at the time of the wreck remember dont you Where dl put that package lIe found it finally and opened it a table displaying with some theatric alien a rectangular piece of mu an a similar patch of striped tlck- inl YOu recognize iU hQ said LII t Nf a4AT b1Ieaway entire pillow but they thought I wa stealing it and made me give it up gingerlyisyou ifeyour kerchief lisleingr edward leaning over the table and fixed me with his ferretlike eyes raeunipordtaskanrelish ot course you had considered the matter closedreas I was concerned I meant to let 1t suwertheSheyour vor inodsoon as lnquirinreworeosethreateninliymended And how is this any bus ngHess of yours Mr HotchkisR W lunruffled I have a minor potion here h said reaching for a visiting card Jam a very small patch on the seat of government sir McKnIght muttered something shoo certain offensive designs against the said patch and retired grumbling to the window Our visitor was openinl the paper With a tremendous expend lure of energy Here it is Listen He read rllp Idly aloud The Plttsburg police have sent to- Ba1tmore two detectives who are looking up the survivors of the ill tramyous S Wood street merchant of that itywas not killed in the wreck but w as murdered in his berth the night pre ceding the accident Shortly before the collision John Inlanders the coil doctor of the Flier sent thIs telegram to the chief ofpqlice Body ofSimQn Harrington found QIchn JOHN FLA DEnS Conductor It is hoped that the survivors of tile wrecked car Ontario will bp tJund to tell what they know of the disco v cry of the crime thee ton was purchasing agent has signified his intention of sifting the matter to the bottom So you see Hotchkiss oDcluded theres trouble brewing You and t nare the cult survivors of that unfortunate car kt1dca thonr ifslipUnless we can find the man w steggestedTheand failed Tq find him would not clear you OI course unless we could estab h Bome connection between him and tKst mu tiered man It is the onlY tbtxg I see however I have learned thll much lIotchldss concluded rIRrerIseven was reserved from Cresson Where Alison West am t Mrs Curtis had taken the McKnlght came forward trainIdenly held out his hand kIss he said IIm sorry If I have been offensive I thought when yo e came in that like the Irishman and the government you were rorninlit us It you wlll put those 1eeruJ relics out of sight somewhere I should be glad to have You dIne with me tit the Incubator ISis name for hie bachelor apartment Compared wit b originIi l The strength of thIs was lost Hotchkiss but the Invitation wal clear They went out together and from my window I watched them eet into McKnfghts car It was ralnln g and at the corner the Cannonb all detectliveturned UII hlII left the window and sat down lis growing dusk So the occupant oft lower seven had got on the car at Cresson probably wIth Alison Yest and her companion There was son e one she cared about enough to sbie lei I went irritably to the dun rind sum monel Mrs tlopton Iyou may throw out those roses without looking at her The I are qutto dead They have beenq ite dead fof three days she retorted oplt fui11- Euph mia said yOU threatoned dhunlss her ii she touched thelm TO BCONTUiliitlD1 t FOR FULLEST MEDICAL EXAMINATION arerenownedphysiciansalaries Nomatterwhatpromptntte1itin anIAll consultations are held strictly confidential e JeffersonStreets WYouth Gmenout thought of reward otborrowing A Very Good Guess Foote LighteI understand there were several dozen bad eggs in the audiencelastMiss Sue retteBecause the au thor of the piece refused to show hlm self I guess BABY WASTED TO SKELETON yearrea to sores come out on his face I had a physl clan treat him but the sores grew outmofRchest worse than the others Then I hegrew aicloths at night to keep him from geand was hardly able to walk My aunt advised me to try Cuti curs Soap and Cutlcura Ointment I sent to a drug store and got a cake ofI Cutlcura Soap and a box of the Ointment and followed directions At the sad of two months the sores were all well He has never had any sores saythathave died used only one cake ot Cutlcura Soap and shout three boxes of Ointment I am a nurse and my profession brings me Into many different barn Wes and it1s always a pleasure for me to tell my story and recommend Cutlcura Remedies Mrs Eggert Shel don Litchfield 9onn Oct 23 1909 CHANGED HIS MIND e OtO rvef ooa Mrs FerndaleWe havent any eggs but I can get some u you want badh mind I dont taro for that kind DRINK WATER TO CURE KIDNEYS AND RHEUMATISM EnoughIKnown Authority The numerous cases of kidney and bladder diseases and rheumatism are mainly due to the fact that the drink mediCineStop loading your system with medicines and curealls but get on the water wagon If you are really sick why of course take the proper medi tiesplain common vegetable treatment which will not shatter th nerves or ruin the st mach To cure Rheumatism you must make the kIdneys do theIr work they the filters of the blood They mud be made to attain out of the blood waste matter and acids that cause rheumatism the urine must be neu tralized so it wUlno longer be source of irritation to the bladder and most ot nil you must keep these acids from forming in the stomach This the cause of stomach trouble nd conditionsIyou can do no better than take the following prescription Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup 8arsapar111a three ounces Mix by sbaking well In bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal an at bedtime butt dont forget th water Drink plenty and oftenIThis valuable information and elm pIe prescription should Iii posted up in each household and used at fhe first sign of an attack of rheumatism backache or urinary trouble no ma- ttr how slight 5 ANTED SATAN SENT NORTH ood Example of Scottish Humor In Remark Made by Railroad Porter UwLboisterousis exquisite drollery in the story of UleSaIvatfonArmy the hang of a little yarn reders must remember that Stonehaven lies to the south of Aberdeen The London train had drawn up at Stonehaven onac count ot a slight mishap a mile or two- head and Andre the old porter had got into conversation with SalvationArmy officer who had poppod his head out ot the compartment to ask the reason for the delay givingfor Aiberdeen Tm thtnldn T thereplyImwIcked pl ce Im told dasitheresirsked Antics rather amusedd at the visitors words Ah was the pious answer Tm- oing to drive the devil but of Aber deenLike lightning came from the old porter the pawky retort shellbaudchange Whit the Editor Has to Stand Indignant Calle Your paper sir refers to the man charged with enter ing my house as the all ed diamond thief rEdit rWell sir I CWell want you to understand that I had no alleged diamoBdlt genIncBoston Important to Mothers tCASTORIAinfants and children and see that it Bears the- ignatureS ai- lu Use For Over 90 Years The KInd You HavEtA1waYII BoUght No Place to Put It Knobby What makes you so sure that the old Roman senators we honest LobbySlmple enough Tops dIdnt have pockets Puck There are a good many heroes 1a novels who couldnt earn a Uvlngm real life y tltlagSrapbrchUdrenILlmmatlcnalla7spaanresxia4callcZaat cest8t Fortunate Is the man who wants nly what JIe can get 448u to the AcreII a henT77fe14 buttbats what T08 XemreT J1 to8acrestromoth rdlstrlctatnttProT excelS11 tI tt13busI P fJGelA1H11 l eSihlrG q 8FIrwasaw tot GoTernmenttorIta vegetablesIteportaofexcellentyields isoaternProm hOUleateket I preYi hadlutheclueconcealeat e8 tke1Iieheapfueieesy toget aad Itann1Uca811ccelll a to best lace fee settlement settlers low railway Mates descriptive eaelion to Supt of ImDlI Ottawa CanortotbeCaaMiea 44 OeatAgeat II t H WILL Ttyoa s TOa I- ISOQfh America- sgrand cruise leaving NewYerk Jama 121 Itn Blueeher utitheRatesS3H theWethe Wend WriUlir tlP1kHA- MBUG AMERiCXN LINE aa44bkN1rsyLYe e180S a k 4 4 if I MINNESOTA STALLION BARN FOR BREEDING PURPOSES Safe Harbor of Refuge Is Provided for Boys and Timid People With MaresAlso Aids in Securing Patronage The following description of a Min byMTThe stallIonbarn fronts to the south and after passing office and carriage space comes the stallion boles with stout plank doors opening in and double doors opening out The stallions stand with their helfds out at JibertY and as they never bite mares e WALL OF BARN 21 tt 0r OAK PLANK p JHOH 2 r- a aW aisI os to tV J 0 J Z l- u X t 0 A t Ol r t fO SIIOJNC 000 A Minnesota Stallion Barn tying is done by leading the mare to thestallion doer If Sound in season She is led to the northwest corner ot the barn oft from the plank onto a- space2ix16 feet with cinder and earth floor nd 14 feet to ceiling A solid slide door 10x14 feet shuts this space off from the rest of the barn except a big box stall is which mares can be tied For the breeding pen or chute proper the north wall of barn pro vides one side and the west wall of barn the end towaM which the mare is led Sink a couple of solid posts so as to have a pen 8feet long from west wall and 4 feet wide inside Lay sound 2 inch plank from the ground to a height of 3 feet 3 inches Have the two posts outside of plank sawed LtO their height and edges smoothly rounded all well as edges of planks at ends and on top Sink another post 1inaI oRCHARDTREE PEST KILLED Sas JaseScale Controlled by Nat ur1Enemy Form of DisuseuC Fungus Growth Ckecka Its Spread By C E SkNBORN EntOmologist Ok laboma Agricultural Experiment Sta tIon During the last two or three years sdepartment has been experimenting with a natural enemy of the San Jose Scale This enemy is a disease in the nature of a fungous growth In southern latitudes it has been used- even o a commercIal extent for cone trolling the scale but on account of the weather condItions of tills state it has been supposed that such a disease would either fall to propagate itself during the summer or be entirely too delicate to withstand the low winter temperature Careful experimentation however has proved the disease Is very hardy and capable of propagation 10a verY beneficial extent In our infested orchards- Oftentimes diseases of a serious na- tureare introduced and scattered by insects and other agencies in general ThIs disease however is not ea able of doing any damage to anything ex cept the San Jose Scale and allied forms Its use In orchards groves and public parks as shown by our ex periments will be of a very greats advantage In checkin the local spread the San Jose Scale It is of the same nature the couple ot holes In north side of wan to receI them The wIng affords a safe place for party with mare The bars make a penfor foal so the mare may keep her head tot The bars also keep the mare from being shoved ahead and cramped Tim top one will be at her breast and the bottom one at her knees These bars should be strong s Y2 inc eand work easy NORTH V in stalI1thosepled but rarely for the draft horse The dimensions giveRmay be varied and the part of stall back of wing hinged If desired However the hinges are not much of an advantage the stall is wide enough so a mares heels by a sharp turn of her head may be turned into the wan Often boys or timId people bring mares and the safe harbor of refuge behind the wing is much appreciated It will help a stallions patronage where competition is sharp The floor of the entire space should be covered with short stuff and chaff and kept scrupulously clean wet straw and droppings being wheeled out after each visit This arrangement is ad mirable also for handling a bull with safety Up to this date thIs year August 2274 mares have been bred to the brother 98 to the draft horse and 62 cows to a Red Pol bull wIthout injury to man or beast chinch bug disease but Its appearance on infected insects is not nearly as conspicuous as the latter To an or dinary observer it appears to be no more than the mold which is common ly present on damp bread a few days old It will live and propagate on bread and is apparently lust as harm less to the higher animal life but the microscopic examination of an Infect ed San Jose Scale reveals it to be fatal to the latter Our experiments have been sq con elusive in regard to tho practicability of checking the SaneJose Scale with this disease that we are now propagat ingit to clD extent sufficient to enable us to supply gratis all interested citi zens of thIs state who may request it The conditions under which we shall send it out are that the party request ing it shall first submit specimens of scale to us for identification If the submitted specimens prove to be the San Jose Scale we will send a small package by malt No directions for application other than those following will be given unless especially re quested DirectlonsThe fungus isgrown on a jellylike material which is of ambbr color in appearance The color of the fungus or disease is white This ma terial may become more or less disarranged In transit through the mall but its vitality will not be lessened Upon its receipt the applicant should paste small portions or it to his in fested trees The jellylike substance will adhere nicely The fungus will gradually scatter from one tree to an other of its own accord but will as- compllsh better results If artificially well scattered when first applied UNAeLE TO MOVE Helpless With Kidney Troubri Rut CUred by Doane Kidney Pills M C Walker 933 Grand Ave Con nersvUle Ind says For ten years I suffered from kidney complaint and was on the verge ot BrJghts disease I was often so helpless I could not move and neighbors two blocks away heard me scream with paIn I had no control over the kidney secretions and the pain In my back was almost un i bearable After sev eral physicians had failed to help me I began taking Doans Kidney Pllls and was soon relieved I leave had no return of kidney trouble in five years Remember the nameDoans For sale by all dealers 50 cents box FosterMilburn Ct Buffalo N y Looking After the Eggs Lady Betty who is 4 years old and never misses a trick was taken the other evening to a restaurant for her supper and with all the importance and sprightly dignity of her years calmly ordered poached eggs on toast While the little family group was awaiting Its service the kiddie amused herself by looking out of the wIndow pressing against a screen to get a closer view of somethIng below She was warned by her mother that the screen might give way and let her injuringhera minute and then said naively Would I fall if the screen went out You certainly would was her moth ers reply And would I get awful liurted Very likely Then what would the man do with the eggs 1 Easy Marks Talk erbout yore easy marks said Uncle Silas Geehaw who had been passing a week in the city us rubes aint in it with them air teown chaps Did yew sell em enny gold brIcks Silas queried old Daddy Squash neckdNaw I didnt answered Uncle Silas but I seed a feller peddlin art ficlal icehed th sign right on his wagonan blamed of th chumps dldnt buy it for the real thins by- grass Hows This P We offer One hundred Dollars Reward for any ease ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by HallS Catarrh Cure F1 CUENEY tCO Toledo O CheneyfornancWlyableWUDINo KINNA MAVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Ictll1lc1lrectly perbottleTake IibUa Famlly tor constlpati- onr Somewhat Indignant The two extra speclplists had pound ed and sounded him and felt of his pulse and tapped his frame till he could only lie in a cold perspiration ot fear Undoubtedly its a case of appen diclUsZ said specialist No1 gravely Undoubtedly assentEd specialist No2 But would he be able to stand an operation pondered No1 Ah would he echoed No2 They dug him in the rIbs again and he squealed Ah remarked No1 I think we ought to let him get n bit stronger be fore we cut into him Confound your palaver gasped the patient startingjlp What do you take me fora cheese AnExcltlngTown Los Angeles is a truly exciting town to live in To say nothing of its heavenly climate and its bombs there Is always something stimulating in the occult line going on Just the other day a widow of the angelic city began to song Jor a sight of one of her schoolmates whom she had not seen for 45 years ThO longing brought Its fulfillment A spirit told her to look for him In Brooklyn She obeyed met him on the street a few hours after she arrived and promptly mar ried him It is worth while to live In a city where things like this hap pen even at the risk ot being blown up now and then TRY MURINE EYE REMEDY for Red Weak Weary Watery Eyes andGranulatedEyelfds lfurine Doesnt SmartSoothes Eye Pain Druggists Sell Murine Eye Reviedy Liquid 25c 60c 100 MurIne Eye Salve in Aseptic Tubes 25e lOO Eye Books and Eye Advice Free by Mail Murine Eye Remedy Co Chicago With the advent of the telephone the old working nightS at the office excuse has been given a permanent Vacation THOUGHT ONLY OF THE GAME Filial Affection Lost Sight Of by the Small but Enthusiastic Lover of Football Among the spectators at a match between the Blackburn Rovers and the Olympic was a little lad about nine years of age Though the boys knowledge of they game may have been limited his notion ot correct play was extremely robust Go It Lympic he yelled Rush em orrtheir pins Clatter etn Jump Qn theIr chests Bowl em over Good for yer Mow em down Scatter em Lymplc When his parent neatly grassed one or the opposing forwards the youngster expressed approval by bawling Good Per yer owd en add Ing proudly to the spectators Feyth erad im sweet Yes aida hearer but hell get killed before the games finished 1 dont care a carrot if he does said the boyLondon TltBlts HER LITTLE JOIE pj1lpILJHfRC lh I Mr Tellitt WrightJust then a squall came up and our boat sail was torn to ribbons Miss KidderAhl I seea remna sail Supreme Test thought you said this bathing suit Was in fast colors said Binks indl9Dnt y to the bathing macter of whom he had bought his dollar suit that morning Yes thats what I said returned the bathing master Well every blessed stripe on the blooming thing has come oU on my back retorted Blnlts Ah but walt until you try to get dm off Your back smiled the bath ing master suavely Then youl- lleeHarpers Weekly PUTS STOMACHS IN ORDER No Indigestion Gas Sourness or Dys pepsIa Five Minutes After Taking a Little Dlapepsln There should not be a case of indigestion dyspepsia or gastritis here it read ers who are subject to Stomach trouble knew the tremendous antiferment and digestive virtue contained in Dla pepsin ThIs harmless preparation will digest a heavy meal without the slightest fuss or discomfort and relievo the sourest acid stomach in five minutes besides overcoming all foul nauseous odors from the breath If your stomach is sour and full ot gas or your food doesnt digest and your meal dont seem to fit why not get a 50cent case of Papas DIapepsIn from any druggist here in town and make lifo worth living Absolute relief from Stomach misery and perfect digestion of anything you eat is sure to follow five minutes after and besides one llttycent case is sufficient to cure a whole family of such trouble Surely a harmless inexpensive preparation like Pape Dlapepsln which will always either at daytime or during night rElIeve your sick sour gassy upset stomach and digest your meals is about as handy and val uable a thing as you could havE in the house The Limit John I want to buy some gloves will you give me n check Surehow much can you do with How much have you got in the bank Stiff neck Doesno amount to much but mighty disagreeable Youve no idea how quickly a little Ilamhns wizard Oil will lubricate the cords and male you comfortable again j A girl is Worth all it costs to ratso herand it always costs it t ttIAfrle4- j ilTf 1 e J LY a E Pinkhamss Vegetable Compoundi We can j fu Ish positive proof that It has many l cur after all other means had failed omen who are suffering with some form off female illness should consider this As such evidence read these two unsolicited testimonial letters We guarantee they are genuine and statements of facts Cresson PaFive years ago I had a bad fall and Iuir myself Inwardly Iwas under a doctor care for nine weekS bottlefJffLydiaand now I am a stout hearty Woman airs Ella E AikeyC i Cresson Pa jBaird WashA year a o I was sick With kidney anti bladder troubles and female weakness The doctors gave me tip All they could do was to just let mego as easilyaspoib1e VegetabloCompound tit ins and r am nearly sixty y oldMrs Sarah Leighton Baird Wash Evidence like the above is abundant showing that the derangements of the female organism which breed all kinds of miserable feelings and whichordinarypritctiedoes not cure are the very that give way to Lydia E Pin hams Vegetable Compound v a Women who are afflicted with similar troubles after reading two such letters as the above should beencourage9c to try this wonderfully helpful remedy k For 30 years Lydia E Pinlchams Vegetable ab N forfemaleherself who will not try this famous medicine andhasMrs Pini ham invites aU sick women to wrIte 1guidedAddress Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass s m wuL DOUCLASIa3 350 4 SHOES FOR WOMEN MEN Boys SHOES 200a260k3OO BEST THE WOftLDoWLDe 0 yott Je 0 ors slit rrthat r r war chats ter ItelHIoe HI AaoeeMa the fe at snsi IaaI she tar yart isy yebeen theStandard for over years that I make and sell more 300 350 and 400 boesthan any othermanuacturer in the US and Uiac DOLLAR l JookandLEDERSOF k PrrsiOliltanother pair you will be more than pleased becnuse the last ones wore so wen and gave you so much comfortNI C SUBSTITUTEIfy L DOUGLAS 14S dsaric SC Mreeettea Sane COLT DlSTEMPERCan bo hamdledvert wlbe Idck are eared HI all eMew amet LIQUID CURL thee f the ngae or In feed Acta on the blood sad expels gems of iespOneI mannisMtlietsi- ch Iaeprtsslhorsereaeytaesbtenowelnyears ktSPOHN MEDICAL COQIksed3adolsledpe GOeheae d YLA HeadacheMy father has been asafferer from sick headache for the last twentyfive years and begantakingtaking Cascarets he has never had curedhimprivilegeofIrO ReSiner St W Indianapolis Ind GoodDoirenuIncure or your money back 925 Sprtaeie Seyefw tllaulHWlltrlLOi t S3l1 P8IfU WIfIT tl115 HtI PATENTyonrlnventloo Free f EstabIsu1- prellmln MJLO Utk St Washington Dearborn Chicago ui1t1JWa14 PLAIN TALKS ON FLORWA tI DTL Moody one of the States eMIT settlers Frost theseta1kaouwnUna narty Important thingaabout Florida d Florida lancb feta for yon tore r member when youlaiest lteyars free wrIte for them HUNNELL DEVELOPMENT Iwesef FierWa MONENTRhRPJNWWlyoabestaa psybdtaukNdarwseklyptleelGt Y SASEL O faclsvuJa ti XktllYaeaBl6ii A ROOSEVELTS CULT DOOIC JH Nfever famousewS heIrittt your locaUty w give t monopoly of Belo anti- comffifsslon Zaketkte chance Wrlteforprosyestai Lt 3NtsueW N U CINCINNATI NO 4713 FADELETSSDyESColor 1You sac dye anyarmentulhoutriotjlnlipsrt WriteferireebeiddNowt Dft IINCh u Cetera MONROEDNUGCQQuingyrIHlrofsr A- a rs 1 F arlawwnr Nws x a Iraara twrAreprpt 1 SIANDARD FOR OVER 30 YEARS 4 t I i k rrwI r rww j I f t i fii f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 10 i d jf t 0f 1 nr- f PLANTERS LOOSE LEAF WAREHOUSE t SPRINGFIELD KY Ii i TANDY QUISENBERRY co Proprietorsf i DAILY AUCTION SALES WELL LIGHTED SALES l PLOORSI solicit apart or all of your patronage and will guarantee that your interests will be carefully looked after Warehouse Near the Depots J r TANDY QUISENBERRY Manager COSINGOUT SALE Ii OF LiveryOulfltII win sell to the highest bidder at my stable in Perryville on ATURDA Y DEC 3 1910 AT1POOPCLOCK A Mmy entire LiVery Outfit as follows Nine good Hores good drivers and gentle one 3yrold Mule broketo work r yellow drhng horse zoyrsold I 6yrold yellow t fancy buggy horse 2 Sorrels gooq double or single very gentle- 4horse6frsdy iiives wenand well broke for farm worknee goodwagon horse r good surrey mare I large broodmare in foal to4Percheon porse r new agon and harness i road wagon I trap gcDcl surrey and harness 3 buggies and harness good wagonet Th business swill be offered as a whole and then the stoak etc offered sep riteand sold In the way so as to reaftz the most money TERMS Six months tune without interest note with good 4 l eisonelsecurity required f cW1 W HATCHETT t 1 FOR SALE- MILLERS i SPRINGSi And 25 Acres of Land sn the Bells Ford and GethsetiianeturnpikeabOuf 3 ml es South 1fNew Hope Kentucky This place at a small cost can be made n ideal summer resort Also a Farm of 187 I2Acresl 1arNiw HlJiI Ky with god hOUSI barn and outbulldlngs abOut tRfka1faRtIssrsik Hit I1ft nd IsJhe bist farm in Welson count rthpriafor wkich 11m offrlnllt Apply to J R MASTERSON t New Hope y1 A sy lo You Know r That now is the only time in this 1Wor1d to do things j T1atif we beleye tombstones there refew people m hell I Thatakohol is a go thing to clean lver out of your pocket That q close friend is one who will tlend you money That if crossed In love I would not p n away hut spruce up That all things come to him who Wts but hustle while yon wait That a pessimist IS one who IS always ookig for a hair rn the butter 1That a poor pianist has both his mtisi and hislisteners on the rack That some men have such a poetIc ithagination that they imagine they rpo Thatthetn n who yells FIre the lo1t973tdpesnt always carry the most bkets That you should do what you know you bhould dl without asking what people will say That diplomacy IS the art of conduct inst an international quarrel without DR HOAGS J1ood and Liver Restorative LiyrIWkH aDd BIeoi Pwifier ifi HE RELIABLE REMEDY ffIllIr PiMples BloodIf uti Sm Diieases 4htenz the nerves makes new iblood increases appetite More people owe their health and lilrenath to it than any other rem j a4 ontwait buy bottetoday SOLDY 4j EAYDON ROBETSOK t either party getting angry That opportunity knocks at every mans doorbut once and be sure that yoli are not in a bar room when he knocks fMany school chillren suffer from tion which IS often the cause chambIeriainsan ideal medicine to give a child for they are mIld and gentle in their effect tlpation1Sold STATE OF OHIO CriYoF TOLEDO t LUCAS COUNTY r 58 Frank J Ch ney makes oath that he is enior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State afor saId and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case ot Cat rrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK CIIENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presnee this 6th day of Decem her A D 1886 ASON S EALNOTAUY PUBLIC HansCatarrh Cure is taken anterrrtl ly and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testtmoqials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75 Take lIalls Family PilL for constipation Cosmopolitan Magazine Ths standard magazine the most popuUlr and best of all magazines in the United S 1tescanbe obtainel in Washington county by addressing SAM J ALLEN Local Representative Sun office Springfield Subscription Rate SIOO per year Agenta wanted for Texas 1ackvllte- Willishurgo and Valley lull Very liberal inducements offered Lion FondlQs I Child In Pittsburg a savage lion fondled the hand that a child thrust into hIS cage Danger to a child is sometimes great when least regarded Often It cornea through Colds roup and Whooping Cough They stay thouands that Dr Kings New Discovery could havesaved II A few doses cured our baby of a very GeorJreBways give It to him whed he takes cold Its a Wonderful medicine for babies Best for Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Henorrhages Weak Lungs SOc LOO TrIal bottle free Guaranteed byHaydon cij Robertson SHE ANCED WITH lAFAYETTE From Hostess of Royalty to Berth InI Poorhouse la Experience Michigan Woman ofIFrom hostess In the days of her youth to the prince of Wales later King Edward VII to an Inmate ot the Kent county poorhouse In which she celebrated her one hundred and fifth birthday anniversary the 0 day Is a part of the life ht therji Mrs Clarissa Truesdell one of belles of the days of Lafayette She Is the oldest person In Grand RaPids Mrs Truesdell at one time possessed a fortune but It was lost during the Civil war and as the years went on with her husband dead the once beautiful and wealthY woman who had danced with General Lafayette entertained Henry Clay Daniel Web ster Jenny Lind Louis Kossuth and others of the great and near great was forced to live on the bounty of her niece Mrs Edwards White ot Grand Rapids Her helplessness however as ola age came upon her became so great that Mrs White was unable to care for her Mrs Trues4ei had an unusual courtship She met her husband In Buffalo when In her teens he Introdu ed himself and after a few minutes conversation he asked her to become his wife She accepted He hunted upa minister and they were married In a few minutes The marriage was an Ideal one Truesdell once bwned 300 acres of land where Chicago now stands but he sold It because tt was boggy Grand Rapids Dispatch to New York Herald HOW BURNT CORK is MADE Product of Theatrical Paint Factories J slAs Are Other Cos mefics Used by Profession The popular impressiOn as to the application of burnt cork by minstrel performers and actors In general is that It Is rubbed on the face and hands of the player from a cork whose end Is charred In a convenient gas jet This impression Is however In Correct The burnt cork used by mln strels and others Is the product of the theatrical paint factories just as Is any other cosmetic or pigment emploYed by the profession One house makes It In the follow Ing manner The corks are placed In three tin vessels resembling washbotI ers with bole punched In their sides and bottom Alcohol is sprinkled over the corks and then they are fired When the corks have been properly charred they are placed In muslin sacks which are kneaded In barrels This operation forces the powdered charcoal through the sacks Into the water When all the charred corks have ben worked through the sacks Into the water In this way the water Is drained through i close canvas sack and what remains In that sack Is ready for the performers The stuff Is put up In cans from which when the minstrel Is ready to black up he takes a little of the black paste In hlR hands and applies It to his face neck and sometimes his hand IVery Prosy Matthews of Colum addressestunimaginative and prO hlc dramatist He it was I am sure who In his youth on being asked In examina tlon what Shakospearq meant by the phrase sermons In stones wrote In reply When passing by a tombarone- you may learn the name and the dates of birth and death ot the de parted one and also from the Inscription a valuable moral lesson from his or her life Walking along a road you may see from the milestones the nUnibar of miles to the neArest lownstand thus acquire geographical Information Heaps of stones by the roadside Indicate that repairs are to take place and so Iinculcate a lesson In neatness r Culture Thus there Is a clliibing scale of ctilture from the first agroeatle scn- ImUon which a sparkling gem ota scarlet stain affords the eSes up through fair outlines and details of the landscape features or the human face and form signs and tqtens of thought and character In mnnners up to the Ineffable mysteries of the Intel ect Wherever we begin thither our steps tend ian ascent from the joy of a horse and his trappings up to the pnrceptlon of Newton that the globe on which we ride Js only a larger np- pie falling from a larger tree up to the perception of Plato thaiglobe exIthe filst stair on the scale to the tern pIe of the mlndEmerson The un alid CoJoai 1Ji 1J NAMING OF PENNSYLVANIA William 8lathwayt ommlsaionsr it Plantations uHzte It I Called After the Quaker When William Penn was asked by Charles n to name the new colony over the sea he proposed the name of the queen William Blathwayt the commissioner of plantations bluntly negatlved the proposal In the pros ence of the court and suggested the Quakers own name as the proper one for the vast territory that owed Its colonlzatl and development to him The king waS not offended but sided with Blathwart and Penn himself was greatly flattered by thgcompU meat Several letters on the subject were written by him to Blathwayt These letters were carefully preserved by Blatliwayts descendants and being recently put up at auction with the original draft by Charles IL of Pennsylvania to Penn brought nearly 18000 The family name of Blnthw8yt became extinct through the marriage of the sole flon of the line to a wealthy Miss Winter who restored the fallen fortunes of the Blathwayts on condition that her husband adopted the name of Winter One of the Winters accompanied Sir Francis Drake around the world as his viesadmiral and another of the family was a vice admiral under Drke when he des troyed the Armada WILD ANIMALS AND CATNIP Lions and Leopards In the Zoo Wer- as Delighted WIth It as II the Domestic Cat A curious Inyestlgator and a few sprIgs of catnip led to an amusing scene at the zoo In Clnclnnatr The tigers and puma scornfully re fused to notice the herb when It was presented to them by the keeper but the lion the lioness and the big leopard were boisterous In theIr manltES- tatfons of pleasure The lion planted a foot upon It smelled It licked It sprawled upon It and tossed It abolt In waYt unbecoming his kingly dignity The lopard picked It up In her huge paw took long and ecstatic sniffs and rolled over and over upon It IIi the exuberance of her delight In her efforts to apply It to the upper part of her head she performed acrobatic feats of an astonishing kind From his experiment the investigator was satisfied that love of catnip is not confined to the domestic branch of the cat family Approaching a Walled City After the drab outskirts of PIsa the Maremma and the dyked rofd I gain ed Clsclna a walled arcaded town at the limit of the Vlco Pisano gray within ared husk of walls inexhaustibly picturesque then came Ponte dera walled againand with each a thrill That Is a thing you may count uponthat flutter of expectancy and Its full reward whenever you approach a walled town by road By road ob thusIpass through the gates with other wayfarers A wailed city Is like a veiled bride What Is one about to embrace There are no gradations no straggling line Of suburbs to water down the type before YOU reach he heart The truth Is flashed upon you plump and plain You leave the fields you clear the gateshere Is Casclna IllFomIContemplation as a Part of Life- We are In such haste to be doing to be writing to he gathering gear to make our voice audible a moment In the derisive silence of eternity that we the one thing of which lnesharc hut the partsnamely live We fall In lose we drink hard eArthiare to ask yourself If when all Is dOne you would not have been better to sit by the fire at home and be- lipiiy thinking To sit stili and con ofIgreat n men without everyhorelmnw both wisdom and vIrtue nnl to dwell wlthhapplness =From Robert LtniiE Stevonsons Walking Tours SavingFxledlents and limb anfmig the poor are many and original WhY do you stretch your clothes line so closo to tho wall said a new ctistoner who had poked her bead through the washerwornans back win dow to hoe what kind of a place she thhigsIuOb get miss that rope aint for the clothes said the woman It Is for the baby to fall on In case be tumbles tout of the window diX SUIr id CourierJournal e L SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Mrs John S CIty has for sale pure bred Minorca cockerels each Also very high bred 100Iturkeys none better 3 50 tor 300 for hens Miss Julia Parrott Rt 3 has for sepure bred B ourbon Red TurkeVt 2 00 for Hens 300 for Tome H A Grinstead City wishes to buy 3 tons of good timothy hay Telephone sIxtytWo 62 Mrs J R Barber Rt 2 has for salt Pure Bred Bronze Goblins and Silver Lace Wyandotte Coqkereis SOc each ras Mrs H J CocamJU her Tecas Ky for sale S C white leghorn cocKer els 100 eachIMrs C L Mudd Rt 2 has for sale thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys Alvah Perkins Rt 3 has for sale 20 oushels of seed rye for 90c per bushel Mrs R H Langfiord rt 4 has for sale S C B Leghorn roosters at The each Also a few of Mrs C L Bradys stuck at 50c Mrs Sam Tucker rt 1 has for sale Rhode Islitnd Red cockerels and pullets 1 each until Jan 1 Mrs Irvine Lynch Lebanon Rt a LegQQnCocherels Mrs C L Brady Rt3 has br sale Barred Plymouth Rock Cockerels LOO each Never Touched tm In spite of the much talkedof cost of high tivinStstol1 savings banks f posits for the mouth ending Oct 31 are the largest ever known in anyone year and it js thoughtthat the returns from the banks throughout the State now coming in and not yet tabulated WIll show a similar increase What is true ofsavings in Massachusetts is piobably just as true in New York and Indiana and every 0 her State The cost of living is high though not us hIgh as has been Lietor but plospe Ity seens to have kept pace with it and even a tittle in advance Danville Messenger HusbandI wIfe for he knows she needs help Shemay be so nervous and rundown In health that trifles annoy her If she ismelan holy excitable troubled wIth loss of appetite headache alec plessness eon stipation or faintIng and dizzy pe1is she 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with s frei tH7haVehouse since 1118 undoubtedly a great famwy ie edy as It Is to alt agee MiRe mild and pleasant to tak e and t or oughly effective It W eecJsty the Ideal remedy for childre and woe ant old folks who seed soroth1ng paro Md and naturaL It hu the dvantae if being a thorough laxattvi aM yet seitalis tonic properties Uee It for the t1iYectroublegarMetIyrnaiiy acJvleI e ey or to the stomach liver o bowets abNtsyf- ree of charge i xpIaIn eui ie Iaaletter and he wlll reply to yo M For the free samPle simply aAname and address Oft a peetal or otherwise For either requiet tH a dItUlITQe old old story told tImes itheut number and repeated ov randovef again for the last 86 yea bat it is always a welcome story to thOm iA search or healthThere ha the woridthat cures coughs and coicW1 as qIickty as Chamberlains Cough Remedy Sold bY aU Druggists 111- lb Uf II V 1 4 I mr 11aafI eSffiS- = Q EZMII1II t ItAIWI Qi thII 4a E Id- IA w 4 Q II fIu 011Orn Iis at J I k