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Digital page images are linked to the text file. frI I ri I fl4b ua j f irf A DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY J L E SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3 1909 NVMIEI4I tIJp i Hf DEMOCRATS MAKE A CLEAN SWEEP L E Thurman and C S Hill Demo erotic Nominees for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney Re spectf ully Carry Every County in J The District HARDEST FOUGHT BATTLEIN OF DISTRICT The Marion County Leader and Its Candidates Defeated in the District by the Handsome Majority ofI277ft Uiii r Judge Thurman has been elected and his record approved by an overwhelming majority of the voters of the 4eleyeth judicial district Not only his home county but every county in the district gage Judge Thurman a majority showing thereby that as a judge he is and has been most eminently satis factory and that he is needed for an Oiher ixyearstopresldeinthisdisr trio The campaign in this district was made particularly bitter by the Repub licans in their attacks on Judge Thur man The speakers and their newspa per have stopped at nothing The 4 broadness ot their assertions as to victory led many who were not informed to believe that Mr Lewis Judge Thurr mans opponent would win They had miscalculated however for a greater victory was never won than that of yesterday Washington county was close but Marion the home of the Leader Tay for and Green piled up unprecedented majorities for Judge Thurman Mr Clem S Hill of Marion was an equally easy winner for the office of Commonwealths Attorney The vote in his home county was especially gratifying hey having carried it by nearly 1000 votes Mr Hill like Judge ThurI man has made a clean fight and deserved to win In this county there was no opposition to any of the Democratic county ticket except to Mr T D Graham for Representative MtE P Dedman the Republican nominee made an ac tive canvas but was unable to make headway against Mr Grahams strength The vote in this county and district is given below FREDERICKTOWN V Thurman 4153 Lewis 1127 Hill 174 Graham 96 p T D Graham 162 Redman 98 GoOd Road Amendment Yes 12 28orMOORESVILLE Thurman 146 JLewis 103 Hill l l45 tTGood Road Amendment Yes r f 4 1 No 16 s WILLISBURG Thurman 109 vF Lewis 171 Hill 97 Graham 175- 4 t c 1 J ci T3X Graham 3Sttil00De- dmerij A 1J18 Good Road Amendment Yes 13 NO i 17 NORTH A Thurma1i r 87i Lewis l 138 Hill 66v Graham Ei li41aXvDjkGraham lUsz V1 77 Dedman 133 God Road Amendm entr Yes IN-o 5 HENDREN Thurman 96 Lewisu iI u 149 Hill v 88 Graham i 145 D Graham 80 Dedman 150 Good Road Amehdment yes 110 No 17 MACKVILLE Thurmanu i 188 Lewis 11 Hill L 186 Graham 117 T D Graham 182 Dedman 119 Good Road Amendment 1I5 POTjsviLLE Thurman t 172 Lewis 103 Hill 164 Graham 102 T D Graham 164 Dedpian 102 Good Road Amendment Yes 66 NO 19 SPRINGFIELDNO 8 Thurman rt181Lewis 215 Hill 8itGraham U 205 TD Graham 173 r Dedman t195 Good Road Amendment Yes 78 No 11 9 Thurmanl 16 Lewis Hill v u 174 Graham 106 T D Graham 169 Dedman 101 Good Road Amendment Yes I 14 No 23 SPRINGFIELD NO iO Thurman 14 133rGraham 110 T D Graham 16 Dedman 10 Good Road Amendment Yes 84 No Tti 14 KELLY SHOP Thurman t 148 Lewis IH 1101 148jl157pedmanGood Roads mendl1ent Yes 47 jNo 26 BRUSH GRpVE Thurman 64 Lewis 139 59jJ H Graham 138 T D Graham vi 55 139f8NTUTAL VOTE CAST FOR EACH CANDIDATE IN COUNTY Hl6471 Thurman I 1628iTliurmans aJQrl tI1 Hill H 1644 GrahamHills JlU524 majority 1J 120 1606Dedman Grahams majori 4u 104 TiHURMANS MAJORITY IN EACH COUNTYl Washington L 19 Marion f 683 Taylor j C 400 Green175Total The Magistrates Nimrod Hendren won for Magistrate it the Willisburg and North precincts r o erhigopponent A J Moore by a ajority ot 103votes Squire Hendren as the Republican nominee while Mr Moore was running as an independent candidate In the Mackville and Hendren pre cincts Thos Votow Republican was elected Magistrate by 11 votes 8In the Brush Grove and Mooresville precincts John Wm Havs was elected Magistrate over J M Montgomery his Democratic opponentoj Squire John W Gordon had no oppo siion for reelection nordid Squire J 0 Polm Mr J W Willetti will be the- o erj member of the Fiscal Court he having been elected in No 9andFredi ericktown without opposition Louisville Democratic he Democratic victory was not confined to Washington county and the eleventh judicial district but seemed to have been broad cast throughout Ke- cky Louisville after two years of R publican administration decided that needed a change and elected W 0 Head for Mayor over J F Grinstead bj a majority of 3000 The entire Democratic ticket has won by about the same majorityLexington Split 6nLexington the Fusion Ticket corn posed of disgruntled Republicans and Dempcratsdefeated he regular Demo critic ticket W F Klair Democratic nominee for Representative was eec tel Owensboro Democratic 7For the first time ir Weight years the Democratic ticket has carried Owens DemocraticIn wis over opponentLa Try Kentucky Star 1dur Its made like grandfather used td make it- t BVNR CHECKS Must Be Written For One Dollar Or More After January first 1910 There is probably not one person in a hundred who knowsthat the last Con gress enacted a law that concerns the rignts pf business men and individuals in ISsuing checks due bills etc nevertheless it is true The law which will take effect Januaty 1st is as follows No person shall make issue or circu late or pay out any note checks mem orandum token or other obligation for a less sum than one dollar intended to circulate as money or to be received or used in lieu of lawful money of United Statesand every person so offering shall be fined not more than 500 or im prisonment for not more than six months or both This says the Bowl perIsonbut must payit in cash He Cannot is sue a due bill note check or memorandum for a less amount than one dollar and if he inadvertently or igno rantly doesS he js subject to a fine of 500 or imprisonment for six months or both The only way out of it if you owe an amount less than one dollar and havent the change about you is to give a check for the dollar and let your creditor pay you the difference and that is often impracticable Shooting Scrape A very unfortunate shooting scrape occured at Cardwell yesterday when Erastus Holliday shot Tom Ward Both are prominent youny men in that part of the county and have been lifelong friends The news as received at this office is to the effect that the wounded man was drinking and attacked Holliday with a club striking and brus ing him upon a further advance by his opponent it is alleged Holliday drew his pistol and fired the bullet strikingWard andentering his side but glancing in such away as not to snake a dangerous thatMrfurther examination proved his wound to be no more serious than above reported Smashes All Records As an allround laxative tonic and health builder no other pills can com pare with Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood streng then the nerves cure Constipation HeadIlache25c at Haydon Robertsons tI A Pew Words To S T ii Our Subscribers We wish to announce to our subscribers that the Postoffice Department Washington has notified us that the Guessing Contest which we have advertised for the is considered aa lottery and can not be conducted pasttwjweeks of the United States in any way either in r As we do riot wish to get in Sams anddo not feel able to pay a big fine we wish vtp announce to our subscribers that the contest will be withdrawn This is a new ruling of the Department ndas it was never considered lottery before we were innocent of the new ruling The Department approves of Popularity contests and contests of rsimilar nature but does not allow guessing cc ts We regret that it has become necessary fo withdraw this contest but hope inthe near future to inaugurate a contest for Jhe disposition of the prizes that willconform in every way with t the regulations of the Postoffice Department iJsfrom Lancer Mrs Eliza Platt Lewis sixty years years of age widow of Abraham C Lewisdlearly yesterday morning from cancer jof the stomach Since the death of her husband about two years ago Mrs Lewis had been in failing health andt about eleven months ago Drs McDermott and McMurtry her physicians vprpnounted her to besuft fering from cancer of the stomach Mrs Lewis led at 1018 Brook street Mrs Lewis was born at Springfield Ky and was the daughter of William Platt a prdininent merchant aqd farmer She was a member ot the First Presbyterian church and a cevotsd worker in all charitable moVements Sheds survived by four children They are the Misses Edith Viola Lewis and Leon Patterson and Adrian Platt Lewis The funeral services vere conducted at the residence and the remains in terred in cemeteryi Pinkston Bonta Mr Vallas rinks ton and MissBlahche Bonta of Ma le i Hill this county were married in Louisville on Oct 27 Miss Bonta is the daughter of Mr youngIlady of many beiqtiful traits of char acter that endeared her toallher asso ciates and made her a social favorite She was on a visit to relatives in In dianapolis and Louisville at thg time f her marriage which came as a surpr e to many of her friends Mr Pinkston is an industrious farmer coqntyIH Bishop and well known in Springfield where she frequently visited The writer joins their many friends in extending hearty congratulations Lived 152 Years Wm Parr Englands oldest man married the third time at 120 worked in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should be youthtul at 80 James Wright of Spurlock Ky shows how to remain young 4I feel just like a 16vearold boy he writes after taking six bottles of Electric troujblebottle of this wonderful medicine con vincedme I had found the greatest cure on earth Theyre a godsend to weak sickly rundown or old people Try them 50c ut Haydon Robertsons f Death of Mrs Lariham On Wednesday morning Oct 27th Mrs Katie Lanham wife of Mr Scott Lanham died at the home of her fath erinlaw Mr S J Lanham Mrs Lanham was the daughter of Mr W F Mann She was but sixteen years of age having been marriedto- a few months Her death was Caused bvarelapse after having apparently recovered from typhoid fever The deceased was a member of New Hope Baptist church and was loved and respected by those who knew her The funeral was conducted by Rev W H Williams of Springfield The Sun extends its sin cere sympathy to the young husband in his sad be i- reavement t s Hardin Gray As the culmination of a game of love for a short time only Mr Russell Har din and Miss Ethel Gray ot Hardeetyv this county eloped to Jelhco Tenn on Oct 29 place they were united in the bonds of matrimony Miss Gray is the youngest daughter j of Mr andMrs J H Gray and a weN known and greatly admired yotmg lady of a beautiful character that endears her to all acquaintances industriouscouple The Sun joins their many friends in hearty congratulations 3Newr MrS Ben Johnson of Baitfstown ifiwasference of the Daughters of the Ameri can Revolution held in Frankfort lash week She is the wife of Congressmai Ben Johnson and is atypical Kentucky Woman 4 Lard of Thanks if We wish to thankour friends andf neighbors for their kindness shown ns- in the illness and death of our father t Thos W Reed We assure them that their favors will always be remembered i MRS W W HYATT i MRS J L SEARCY Use Kentucky Star flour to bake 1lightF Tweedledum Aqd Tweedledee Sung to the Tune ofIn The Good Old Summer TimelIn me native County Green Green JIBut it ITweedledumy iHw In me native County Green v JiIn me native County Green u r I want to be laid beneath its sod when I shift from the scene H t s I told the people of North Washington theyery same thipg ypWsiN But it seems they know the difference tween sl Tweed dum and tveedledee XXl L R I ti I Z THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3 1909 I FIAYDON DRUG LEO COI TIIE FARM AND STOCK Stems of Interest to Farmers arid V Live StOckand Poultry Raisers it 4 f o lard ando e part turpei will often cure limber neck if life afflicted bird is discovered In time jMthe remedy given promptly If everyone realized the health pro g value of apples there would be re trees planted in the private gar m for home consumption Stocks intended for breeding should Wb Separated from those intended for jBMdcet It Will be an advantageif they ave plebty of range and swimming tpter If a solution of some coal tar disin Jfeiant is used about the poultry house jfcn jently disease is not likely to ap afr and insect enemies will not worry 11w inrds to any extent K you have a hoggish hog to your Hbl put him by himselt If left with others he will only make a hog of elf and keep the others from doing Mfeewise Jf disease breaks out in the herd mtfne it toas small an area aspossi Mb Whet the trouble is over plow up Tect the premises and wait a year KftTre putting more hogs on the same Ktite hens have no place where they IB get to dry earth in which to wallow fcuad shallow box ot dust or sifted WEIKEEP ONLY PURE DRUGS prWhen buying drugs 1 make sure about their purity Impure drugs iwont hasten healthisthe ffreafr essential We protect you by specially ascertaining the purity of every drug we handle j j Medicines compounded thissortof drugs effe tivet coal ashes should be kept in the h use to furnish wallowing place Nuyer use wood ashes as they will m plumage rough and take the of the shanks kjthe Pigs do very well on they will make more 4rmofed Charcoal is a good correcto for hogs at this season of the year that are being forced for market Fry char ing corn cobs By the use of ensilage the ration can be greatly cheapened but ensilagcis not a balanced food and must not therefore be used exclusively A ra ion ot 45 pounds ot ensilage 8 poundof IIclover hay 1 pound of bran and 1 of meal will cost about 10 cental day and be as nearly balanced ter1diJtestede can from a silage corn at a cost below that of any other food that can be procured on the farm j Save tomato seed bjj splitting the fruit with a knife pressing the seed and pulp in a vessel which keep m a warm place two or three ttll sour then add water andjbeat weh find separate pulp from seeds The seeds settle to the bottom Pour off the too and repeat until seeds are clean The intelligent farmer has becorr e a Sick Headache This distressing disease results from a disordered condition of the stomach and can be cured by taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets eta free sample at The Leo Haydon Drug Store and try it 1 H DoYouWant to Buy a Farm Wi can sill you ons any sizr any location any price Wi are ready at aI1Irnsto show you Corns and see us About 00 farms m our hands Sii partial list blow j4 1 lL I 4Nb 2237 acres sjx miles from Spnngheldon good pike two dwelling houses two stock barns 90 acres of new land plenty of grass plenty of never failing water all under good fence No 3195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses two Barns plenty of water all of farm in grass attainder good fence Price S5f5 per acre rNo 486J acres one mile east of Mackville 8 room dwelling food tobacco barn all outbuildings fine orchard of 500 trees all kinds of fruit all under good fence plenty of water plenty of grass Price 3500 No 5128 acres 7 miles from Sbringfield 12 mile from pike 5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn new plenty of timber good stock barn all the farm will raise tobacco Price 45 per acre No 6120 acres seven room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn fine Ptoek barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres ofupland all under good fence no overflow land Price 85 per acre No 7200 acres on goodpike brick dwelling tenant house 3 tOb9CCO barts fine tobacco land at least onehalf ot the farm new land Price 40 per acre Ko S12 acres 1 mile from Springfield on pike 5 room dwelling in good repair good barn all under good fence plenty of fruit plenty of water Price 2500 No 915O acres 1 mile from nike on county road 1 mile from Loretto 7 room dwelling ingood repair all tence all in grass except 16 acres plenty of water telephone and rural route fine stock barn feet square plenty of tobacco land Price 30 per acre No 10961 acres 3 miles from Springfield close to school six roomdwelling in good repair tobacco barn 36x64 good stock barn under good fence plenty ot locust posts Price 3600 LAKE BOSLEY eee 4 s 111s 1181 wellpaid specialist nowadays instead of a poorly paid overworked baldly fed jackofalltrades whose most ab sorbing crop was a mortgage By modern methods of cultivation selected crops and seed more cash can be real ized froTten acres nowadays than from acres under the old farming methods No matter how productive a ewe may be it should be no cause for keeping her until she is to old for service When a number of ewes begin to show sins of age they should be separated from the remainder of the flock and fattened on ground corn or meal and unless they are extremely poor when entering disIIt takes a colony of 40000 bees three weeks to produce fifty or more pounds of surplus honey In some sections of perpetual bloom hires haV been known to give as much as 500 pounds of honey In 1890 the largest bee owner on the Pacific Coast was Mr IHarbispn of California who had 6000 hives produc ing 200000 pounds of honey yearly worth 40000 Moores Early is one of the verit best varieties of grapes for in all sections where irost is likely to atch the crop before it is fully matured It is an old and well known variety The berries are large and sweet and fully as good in quality as Concord It is usually not quite so pioductive but its earliness makes this variety most valu able for planting where the summers are short and cool A great many peoplei seem to think that hogs root merely for mischief but such is not the case They root fcr alkali which they find in the soil and which aids them in digestion Nature helps them out in this way when man neglects them In the amount of car hogstiherehogs whether lime boneror oyster shells seems to be and seems to help them in digesting their other feeds and promoting theirgeneral health Beds for the planting of fall bulbs may be prepared this month and a lib eral quantity of manure mixed with the soil These beds should have good draiiage sp that wateror winter rains will not stand on them to rot the bulbs The bulbs should be planted early enough so that they will produce a root system before cold weather but not so early that they will produce any top growth When the first litfht frosts come is about the right time to plant them although the work can be successfully done several weeks later SUFFERING ENDED the Leo Haydon Drug Co Sells the Remedy that Cured Stomach Trouble of 14 Years And best of all The Leo Haydon Drug Co guarantees it to cure you or your money back Read this I have been ajgreat sufferer for 14 years everything I ate gave me heart burn I have never been able to get anything that would give me any rebel until a friend of mine insisted on my taking Miona I took a 50 cent box and I believe I am entirely wellFM Bryant Newman Ga June 5th Miona is not a nostrum it is the pre scription ot a celebrated physician who is a specialist in stomach diseases One clever woman calls Miona the Sunshine Prescription because it changed her from a miserable nervous dys peptic into a bright healthy happy woman in a few weeks These little Miona tablets are surely wonder worker They absolutely cure indigestion whether acute or chronic They stop belching gas in stomach and heaviness in a few minutes Dis tress after eating vanishes as if by magic when one or two little Miona tablets are swallowed Only 50 cents a box at leading drug gists everywhere and in Springfield by The Leo Haydon Drug Co Test sample tree from Booths Miona Buffalo N- YtJYOMEI Cures catarrh or money back Just includingizihalerL THE SAFFRON PLANT It Is Among the Very Oldest of Vegetable Products The particular opecies of rocus that has from tinu Immemorial been culti rated for its dried stigmas a product known under the name of saffron Crocus sativus which is wild from Italy to Kurdistan Saffron may be reckoned among the very oldest of vegetable products being alluded to hi the Song of Solomon among other spices of Lebanon The name crocus is Chaldean or Greek and was first used by Tluophrastus of Eresus about 350 B C and that it was a well known and admired flower In Greece soon afterward Is shown by Sophocles who mentions tIn crocus of golden beam In his Cedlpus at Colouos The word saffron seems to be a cor ruption of the Arabic name al zahafa ran and the product Itself was first Imported a spice or condiment as a color or dyt fabrics of the IntoinglandUS At a when lsnpt known cultivate in England more especially In Essex in which county the name of Saffron Walden remains in evidence of the fact Again we have In London Saf fron hill which formerly was a site included in the bishop of Elys garde at Hnlborn once famous for Its sat fron beds well as for Its strawbei rles Today however saffron is but little usedLoudozi Chronicle SUGAR AND CANDY Satisfy the Cravings of the Children t For Sveets Children may eat too much sugar and they may also stay too long in their bathtub or tn the creek when they go in swimming or get tanned or a headache from playing too long in tbejsun or chilled by staying too long in the open air but la that any sound rEaspn why they should be deprived of sweets sunlight baths and fresh air or discouraged from indulging in them All that is needed says Dri Woods Hutehlnson in Success Magazine is a little common sense regulation and ju dlcious supervision not prohibition or denunciation Most of the extraordi canI1nnda box of candy Is due to a state of Artificial and abnormal sugar star vation produced by an insufficient amount of this invAluable food in its regular diet Children who are given plenty of sugar on their mush bread and butter and puddings a regular allowancp- oft take nnd plenty of sweet fruits art almost free from this craze for candy this tendency to gorge themselves to surfeit and can usually be trusted with both the candy box and the sugar bowl Parker House Rolls Materials Three tablespoonfuls otI butter one teaspoon ful of salt onehnf cupful of lukewarm water one yeast cake two cupfuls of new milk one ta blespounful of sugar two egg whites and six cupfuls of flour Way of Preparing Scald the milk and add to it the sugar salt and but ter Let stand until lukewarm then add three cupfuls of flour and beat for yeastIfrothy mass then add the egg whites beaten to a stiff froth and the remain- Ing flour Let rise again until it is twice its original bulk place on your theniTake a large biscuit cutter and cut tin dough into omuls Brush with melted butter fold over and press the edges together Place In a buttered pan one 11JbtlandDuck of a Man IA and Mr Balfour met for the lint at the table of Henry W Lucy in London During the en suing conversation Miss Terry remained strangely silent Presently the Unionist leader had to leave for the bouse of commons and Ellen Terry at last found her tongue Her host was relieved Ho find that she baa not been bored Bringing her close hand down on the table she exclaimed with a glance toward the door through which Mr Balfour had passed I think thats a duck of a man Advantages suppose you are glad to be free again The exconvict sidestepped a trolley car dodged an auto and looked nervously toward a clanging ambulance Oh of course of course he said But let me tell you a wan in prisoo feels mighty safe Philadelphia Led ger A Drawback Your 0 can trip was pretty nice I sposeOh yes Saw icebergs and such things ehtIYes but I uilssed the can tell youVWashiugton Herald Caution EXtraordinaryI You have a night key hOt course answered Mr Mwktop only Im so careless that Henrltt keeps it locked up in the safety deposit so that wont lose ItWasbington Star Thud GreenI shaved oft my mustache yesterday Brown Yes jt noticed Quite fownfall wasnt ItrJUdp Cures Dyspepsia Trial Is Free It is a popular mistake that only wealthy people who eat rich and highlyspiced foods suffer from dys pepsia or as it is also known indigestion The laborer in the street the worker in the field also finds him self a victim of this disorder Among the very greatest sufferers from it are women Dyspepsia is indicated by a constant appeUteandtroubledtress after eating by bad complexion and lusterless eyes There Is no surer and speedier cure for SyrupPepsingreatherbof Buffalo la of dyspepsia and sour stomach that he had had for forty years QrDrJoel Adams of Montgomery Ala after suffering continuously for sixteen months These are a of the many But it is not expensive to be cured with this grand remedy as it can be bought at any drug store in a 50cent or 1 bottle Your very neighbors are probably life Pepsinbutwhat it will do for you personally send your name to Dr Caldwell and he will bo glad to send you a free trial bottle He is actually anxious to have you make a test of his remedy keepItgency as constipation sour stomach In digestion biliousness dyspepsia heartburn tqrpid liver etc which may come on a member of the family any day It is pleasant to the taste acts gently and does not gripe It is the great childrens laxative If there is anything about your ailment that you dont wantsto the doctor and he will answer you fully There is no charge tar this service The address Js Dr W B Caldwell Caldwell bldg MOntice11 ill or sale by The Red Cross Drug Store 1111X1ftq IDiiUUlannIlUl1I1IUXIU Mmil CLUBBING RATES WIT- HLOPISVILLI DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year3 50 The Sup and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 37U The Sun one and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week ai- xmonthsl 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour icrJournalone year 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe EveningPostone 1wIIIUIIi1 1IUhml1lilm IIIIIumnJnpnUllIJlll Deafness Cannot be Curd- by local applications as they cannot reach the of the ear There is only one wa to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian 1 ube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is en tinrely Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be tak en out and this tube restored to its nor mal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but in in flamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give one hundred dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure iSend for circulars free FJ CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold bv Druggists 75c Take Balls Family Pills for consti pation 6ftandThe Sun and CourierJournal 1- 50III RI 11111 Slogans tQEE Sern g Machine runs lighter than any other cJfREElast tnan any other 61fREE isznoreLeautifultlianany 6fHmEhas less 1vibration tlian any 6fmEE qperatethan JIGCfREE perfectibtch 6bEWEis the best of all oom 1edinone FREE SEWING MACHINE GO IJLINOISIKy DrW F Trusty Prac- ticalDentist f SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Denalworlcatreasonaleprjces AU Office over flaydon Barber B Q LAKEInsurance Agent Is fKYlifeaiwaysreliableandworld Your insurance solicited DR M W HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 m 4to5p m Dr J C Miuld SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY tiOFFICE c J rlHOfficeJ H LAMPTON Ml prlSPRINGFIELD KY l Office in Opera House it 1 Office phone No5 Residence 1628 j MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 1cNgklI Jt T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATrLAW iiWlland adjoining counties in the Court of Appeals and Federal Courts C C McCHORD viv- ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky f Will practice In all State and Federal1Conrl W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky tjjaendpeals MARSHALL DUNCAN- LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertsoa Building Win practice in the courts of WasaWtom and and in court of Appear S M CAMPBELL rfSpringfield specialtyWill j r able Phone 84 ir H H IIUSSE- LIAUCTIONEER Lebanon Ky Rt 3 Crying of public sales a specialty Can cry sales anywhetecheaperthan the cheapest 1 long 1 short Lebanon Exchange JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUci tBest Attention Every courtsey shoWIl Handsome Line of Caskets and Barial Robes Telephone Pay W Night 74 110 = = THE SUN ANDBoperdlyr Bryans Commoner S1M 160Weekly150 175Weekly17SSemiWeekly 175ThriceaWeek 125American 150American 225Country 125FarmReview of Reviews 325 85Scnbner7SHarpersHarpers Weekly 4gg Sunny S 1- 50j1jjji THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3 1909 I i J W1o r J t f r I S f Ip MoneyThis icall and settle without further notice and avoid trouble Sydney Osborne Sheriff Washington County J EXCHANGE1EXCERPTS Sayings and Doings of the Press At Large Thelast sweet summer rose Has laded from our sight And the absence ofthe flowers Makes daytime seem likejright i Gossip is merely a case of putting two and two together and making five rLarue County Herald We dearly love tfiie rosy br daughters of Yankeeland butghteyedI Daughters of the Confederacy ton Texas Post Like spoiled children we continue to pout at Providence until God really sends us something to pout about Western Recorder everywhereTo Andthrough the bright pure autumn air- They are rapidly falling down A- philosopher remarked Ie Brother Skinflint says Ill give my part while Brother Benevolenqe says Here Lord I give myself away tis all that I can do7 If one half of the town only knew what the other half is saying about thembut they seldom do and what does it amount to anyhow Hartford Herald pay ir 4 +Dont wait until necessity driesyou- to make a shopping trip Read the ads all the time and visit the stores where your money will accomplish most Owensbbrq Inquirer r The doctor remarked to his patient that he must die in a few moments and ii if he had a last wish to make it at once The patient calmly replied I Wish Ir had sent foranotherdoctor Western Recorder IGivethe boy a chance for a little in dependent management on the farm Giye him a ram lamb and two young ewes He can handle them easily feed them on a small lot and train himself to be a fine shepherd ind9ingitMay field Mirror In Louisville an old iian died A mean old miser was he And his acquaintances all tried Some good in his kite to see y Nothing doing till at last One whose head was level Stood besides the corpse and said He could whistle like the devil P t or Editor RR Perry of Winchester was robbed of 15 at the depot in that city last week While we sympathize with Ero Perry in his loss yet that pickpocket should be captured and presented with a large and handsome chromo Any fellow who can find as much as 15 in the jeans of an editor is entitled to more praise than Wright Brothers Peary Cook or any other Good Cough Medicine for Children and Grown Folks Too We could nardly do without Cham berlains Cough Remedy says Mrs Flora Despain of Bloyd KyhI found it to be so good for the croup and have used it for years lean heartily recom mend it for coughs colds andcroup in children and grown folks too The- l aboveshows the implicit confidence that many mothers place in Chamberlains Cough Remedy a confidence based many years experience in the use o it No one need hesitate to use this remedy for it contains no chloroform opium or other narcotics and may be given to a child as confidently as to an I adult For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co man of note Richmond Climax The only chronic kicker who accom- Plishes anything is themuler Even the most learned of us never realize howhttle who know till Ja small boy t begins to ask quesbonsCarrolJ ton Democrat L 3ftle drops of water Freezing into cakes of ice Made Cock and Peary hustle some To find the North Pole twice Little fouryearold Carrie went with her aunt to church last Sunday The preacher was yery earnest in his delivery and she was much interested Mother said she when she came home Ive heard such a smart min- Ister He stamped and pounded and made such a noise and then he got so mad he shook his fists at the folks and there wasnt anybody had nerve enough to go up and fight himMayfield Mirror Dont go into a newsPaPer office and ak the editor to roast somebody You dont know how it looks oryouwouldnt do it Heres parallel case You step up to a friend and say II Bill I wish youd go over there and give that fel low a good missing for nie Im a little afraid to do it myself If you want somebody roasted write an article and do it yourself signing your own name and dont try to use the editor as an implement to do something you havent the courage to do The newspaper is not made for the purpose of condemn ing people though it sometimes de volves upon it to dosoLamarMiss Democrat MONEY BACK The Leo Hayden Drug Co Sells a Remedy for Catarrh on that Liberal Basis Breathe Hyohiei over thegermridden membrane and it will kill the germs and cure catarrh There is no other wayyou must get where the germs are before you can de stroy them And when catarrh germs have disappeared other things will happen there will be no more hawking not even in the morning that offensive breath will disappear there will be no more obnoxious mucous or coughing or sneezing or huskiness of voice or difficulty in breathing All these disagreeable ac cessories of the demon catarrh Will dIS- appear and as they go the glow of health will return and all the trenfth and energy that was formerly used in combating the inroads of catarrh will bung back your vitality and ambition will make anew healthy happy being of youin a few weeks The Leo Haydon Drug Co will sell you a complete Hyomei outfit for 100 This includes7 fine inhaler a bottle of Hyomei pronounced High pme and instructions for use Sold by leading druggists everywhere Extra bottles 50 cents And bear in mind money back i Hyomei doesnt cure MIONACures It relieves stomach misery sour stom ach belching and cures all stomach dig ease or money back Large box of tab tetra 60 cents Druggists m all towns Your Stationery Is your silent representative If you sell fine goods that are up todate in and of superior quality it ought to be reflected theffeel ashamed to have represent you That is the only kind it pap to send out Send your ar den to this office FATHERS TRIBUTE Editor of Nebraska Paper Writes Feelingly Concerning His Offspring Louise daughter of Mr and Mrs Ross L Hammond passed over at the parents home at Fremont Mr Ham mond is the editor ot the Fremont Neb Tribune and for that paper the father wrote this beautiful song of immortality Wecan really know only that which we feel In thirty years of writin thousand times of others woes withlhas been made to soften them touch of sympathy but there was no full knowledge of the bitterness of their grief till yester morn when the angel of death passed the portals of the home and touched the fair young brow of one With whom we were all in such deep love UBut now knowledge is full and sad and if life shall be spared to write a score and ten more years the heart will understand the words the fingersi form The birth of a daughter the father a great miracle almost as if a new world had been flung from the Creators hand into an azure space of the starry skytv A new tune was struck in the sanctuary of the heart that thrilled with ec stacy Day by day and year by year she grew and twined herself about the affections She nestled so close and warm and loving Through childhoods happy hours ahe dwelt as make glad with the music onefntto voice She grew beside the until her statue filled the measure of her who had felt the anguish and joy of the miracle that had brow ht her forth No picture of pigment and canvas ever portrayed the beauty of these two walking side by side in the home entering so completely unreservedly and affectionately into each others lives So gradually was tjiis picture formed and framed that the one who saw it as it developed in its beauty could not say when the lines were drawn that gave it grace and form and color He knew only that by constant and delcate touch the masterpiece was revealed in a scene that Was divinely fair That younger soul was beginning to search the uni verse With a passion to know Gods great truths she delved and digged and sought Every new discovery was a great delight With glorious zeal she stnyed to fathom the facts and secrets and mysteries of the great wide world With dignity and serenity andsweet ness that those about her sensed and knew she dwelt in the home as a sweet benediction At rarest intervals she showed the traits that madeher human As she came into greater deeper ex periehces of young womanhood the parents felt a sense of profoundest isfaction But in a twinkling like flash from the sky the beautiful picture was riven Broken is the golden bowl thespirit flown forever let the bells toll for a saintly soul has crossed the Stygian river The mystery of death is greater than the miracle of birth Forth again into that life from which it came Parental hearts are in the ground but their hope is in the skies Justas they journeyed with her on that hard lonely path close down to the dark rivers edge are they that she jwas helped across by the hand ot God that all the joys of heaven are hers That this sweet young girl was no more to those wholoved and lived for her than have been others who have gone on the unknown journey to those about them proves to the newlystrick en hearts how great is the sorrow o the world Arid with this new lesson of anguish is the compensating one of knowledge of human sympathy A deluge of tender messages of sympatl and appieciation from far and near i some measure mitigated the grief that shows that though stricken in the rosy morn of life dear Louise did not live in vain Bryans Commoner i Wont Slight a Good friend If ever I nefed a cough medicine again- I know what tbget declares Mrs A L Alley ofBeals Meufor after us ing ten bottles of Dr Kings New DiE covery and seeing its excellent results in my own family and others I am convinced it is the best medicine made for EvtwayReliefAsthmaHemOrrhage Throat pain in chest or lungs its supreme 50fr and 100 Trial bottle ertson free Guaranteed by Haydon Rob HANDi US ORDERSFOR = JOBP- RINTING y v THE WORK isTHE BEST lRIGHT IA PERTINENT QUERY Sportsman toSnobson who hasnt shot a single bird all dayDoou know Lord Peckham Snobson Oh dear yes Ive often shot at his hous- eSportsmanEver hit It Why Suffer If you suffer pak from anycause Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills will relieve it and leave no bad after impora they create a habit More often the attacks become less frequent or disappear altogether Dr Moles 4itiPain Pills have no other effect except to re lieve pain and quiet nerv ous irritationWe era never without Dr Miles AntiPain Pills My husband and son aged 15 were always subject to usingdtheyhaveI recommend them to every one A few weeks ago I heard an old lady herdnearly crazy with awful backache I gave her one of the AntiPain Pills intaway and she says she will never be myhusbanddied If it hadnt been for the Pills In less than half an hour he via sweating and went to bed and slept MRS Q H WEBB OhiofPain Pills and we authorize him to If onlyItMiles Medical Co Elkbart Iud i l cIIFREE IPREMIUMSi I i tiTheSOUTHERN more and better + paper to club raisers than any premIUmsI 4 This year we are a lot of new and + a + ents some things you never saw before Anybody can get up a club forrthe SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST be 4cause it IS the best paper published Sfarmers and the price is very reasonable l 7iaw taming attractive premium offers P SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST tNuhvlII Tennessee 1 i + i+t4 w r J8II COME AND GO WITH tUs on a grand free Mediterranean tour We are going to send twenty young women between the ages of 16 and 50 white of good character on a two months tour to the Mediterranean the Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco Southern France and Italy We will patjail expenses of every kind for a thorn ough enjoyable trip Y a tfc conductedWrite I KYFor Full Infor- mationSubscribe 8I 81 T Todayf fr41909 1909 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITYANDGET READ m t Setting YOUK SJMJJE FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall A UaJ to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Vear rr J EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLA The Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1909 Full and Cmpf Engraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of 53600 iocbesTheonetheonlyThere are s great among them a map of the United States the Philippines Hawaii Porto Rico and the Panama Canal Zone also map of the World WllhCoats L A is given over to HlstorrcalKentllckrfrom formation of State to the year 1609 A Historical and Directory of Kentucky giving Presidential Vote State Officials Area and Population U S Senators Chief Justices mkErs of Kentucky House Congressional Judicial and Railroad Commissioners Districts Dens ocratIc ana Republican State central Committees and Committees Senatorial FROM tlfroStatistics of the Panama Canal Great Lakes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philippines Area and Population of States and Conn tries The Original States and those admitted- The Evening Post Kentucky Governor Wall O Chart be given FREE to those who subscribe for the Evening Post for One Year at 300 or for postdelivcredby Six at J200 Mall This Price for Send for Sample Copy ad full of getthehue 9heliy THE EVENING POST LmlnlHe KrArsreieIL SPECIAL PRICEAND PAPERTHE3r SO PER YEAR i i f 4THESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3 1909 i ISPRINGFIELD SUN ifUBSCRIPTION r ONE DOLLAR In Advance H L SMITH Editor and Publisher h fctered at the postoffice at Springfield 1 Ky for transmission through the 71 as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION OM Year 100 wxMonths 50 Month 25 Marion County From Falcon and Enterpriset t 4 Archie 0 Daniel sold to Will Russell of Washington county his farm of 2085 acres of land about 8 miles east of Leb anon for 13 500 This is an exception ally good farm and sold at almost 65 per acre t A barn lye farm of Sam Walston on the StRose turnpike was destroyedl by fire last Friday night at12 It contained a crop of three acres of tobacco belonging to a negro named Tucker There was no insurance on either the barn or the tobacco Mr John Wise died Friday morning at his home near St Marys after a yi ting illness WaSstomach trouble eased was 44 years of age and is e survived by his wife and six children i The funeral services were conducted Saturday afternoon at Bethlehem by Rev Robert Purdom and interment was S in the burial ground there 1 J The old Veranda Hotel was complete ly destroyed by fire at one cfclock last Saturday morning How the fire originated is not known but it is thought to have been the work of incendiary State Fire Marshal Neikirk was here for several days this week investigating the origin of the fire but what he has been able to learn is not known t Tuesday afternoon at 5 oclock in the presence of a few friends and relatives Miss Mattie E McElroy anliMr Cleaver Crawford were united in marriage at the brides brother Mr Henry S McElroy of this city Dr A S MofI fettrpronounced thexieremony Mr and Mrs Crawford left on the 628 train for a short bridal trip t Mrs Rosella Abell aged about SO died at her home in this city last Thurs day evening Oct 21 1909 after a pro tracted illness of infirmities due to old age Funeral services were conducted at St Augustines church Saturday morning by Rev J A Hogarty after which her remains were interred at St Augustine cemetery The deceased was the widow of the tate Cornelius Abell Tile little yea old son of Mr Syl vester Malone ot New Market was thivictim of an unfortunate accident last Friday morning front of M Ji Spald ings store A railroad torpedo had been left on the sidewalk which Mr Malone struck with his erne It exploded and terribly mangled one of the- hands of the boy Dr Kelly found it necessary to amputate one finger The unfortunate little tellow is recovering nicely frow the shock Croup Cured and a Childs Life Saved HIt affords me great pleasure to add my testimony to that of the thousands who have been benefited by Chamberlains Cough Remedy My child Andrew when only three years old was taken with j1 severe attack ot croup and thanks to the prompt use of Cham berlains Cough Remedy his life was saved and today he is a robust and healthy boyr says Mrs A Coy Jr of San Antonio Texas This remedy has been in use for many years Thou sands of mothers keep it at hand and it has never been known to fail For saleby The Leo Haydon Drug Co v for Sale Ii t t fr96 acre farm lays well and is nicely improved New House and Barn All tobacco land Price kMCELROY WHARTON r LandAJtentslV k Olpapers for sale at Dra GT Burt n RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield 4 Ky idea in HaRon Block up stairs iLocal News Notes SpecialfPrrc s on Hats WATHEN SHADER Give your order for Hair Goods to WATHEN ISHADER A nice line of Auto and Fancy Veils ati WATHEN SHADERS Old papers for sale at this office A new line of Childrens Hats and Caps at Half Price at Mrs Williams Newest Millinery at the m9 st reason able prices See ours before buying MRS MULLICAN over Peoples Bank SO1lmeengme Kimballs Springfield Lodge No 50 F AM will meet in called communication Thursday night Nov 4 Work in M M degree Members of Sister Lodges are fraternally invited NOTICEMy land is posted and hunters are forbidden to tressP ass upon them Violators will be punished according to law Lucinda Payne- LOSTA pocketuook containing 215a pair prayer beads and a hand kercnief Had Tryon SVC printed- on it Lost Nov 1lOp 1hei streets Springfield Return to ioffice and receive reward Ii For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Gar ents call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GowDr Prop We have a complete line ofl the latest styles in Millinery Our puceS are the lowest and we can save you money MRS MULLICAN over 1jeo les Bank If you are going to buy a heat Drill dont fail to see the Thom s A full carload of Birdsell wagons ju st arrived See them Buy them Sold by A C KfMBALL FOR SALETwo farms in grass f well improved plenty tobacco land 91 acres on pike adjoining Sprin Afield 100 acres on pike near Pleasant E uri JOHN DEBOE NOTICEI have installed a corn mill and feed crusher in the old Casey shop on grindIcorns meal and feed Give nie a trialA C K MBALL LOCUST GROVE Miss Lillian Leachman sprint Satur day with friends at Willisburfc Miss Frances Litsey has as er guests this week Misses Jennie Leac man and Pearl Claybrooke of Springfield and James Williams of Harrodsb rg Mrs Eliza Fitzgerald of Sbrmgfield visit d her brother SamKDmk Satur day and Sunday MT W SGibbs of Shel yville is the guest of Mr and Mrs Ed Birch Miss Fanny Hughes ol illisburg spent Saturday night with Miss Lillian Bachman Several from here attended the dedi cation at Chaplin Sunday Mr and Mrs Tom Baker W isses Sue and Bertha Edgerton and Huih Leach man dined with Mr and Ms tames Moran at Litsey Sunday Miss Tiny Reed has retur ed to her home after spending sever months with her cousin Mrs H3 Willis burg atttt Mesdames Lizzie Reed Baker Julia Leachman and Misses T fly Reed Sue and Bertha Edgerton we re guests of Mrs Mattie Dragoo Wedne day 12 THE SUN and TIMES WSPlThe Sun and CourierJournal LSO DIAMOND HEAD Uncle iorlrefInSince England instituted her vast and mysterious system of defp ses in the meat rock of Gibraltar tbJworld has witnessed no project of military fortification so important as that which has been undertaken by the United States In the island of Oahu of the Hawaiian group In the belief that the Pacific ocean fs to be the theater of the Internntlonr struggle for commercial- and territorial control the Aqierlcnu government has entered upon a project which is destined to give it an invincible base and outpost in OJldo pun at Hawaii To that end It has begun to fortify what Is known as Dlamom head which Is p vast extinct volcano in Oabu on wliich Honolulu is built and when the works are completed the place will be justly entitled to be called the Gibraltar of the Pacific Situated as It Is at the lower extremity of the island with Its northern slope forming part of the city of Hono lulu says Edward Irwin In the World Tojd ay Dlam nd head con mands the seaward approach from all directions to the city anjl the lire of Its guns combined with the cross fire of the Pearl harbor foytiflcntlonj seven miles away on the other side of Honolulu Is sufficient to render the town safe from attack The crater itself Is comparatively shallow beingonly a couple of hundred feet deep But the walls are steep and Tugged and it would be practically Impossible for a ship at seato drop a shell Into the cavity This is beihg taken advantage of to form a safe shelter for tie gunners Who are to man the batter The guns themselves el ht 12 Inch mortars of the newest and most powerful type are ijot located in the cra ter itself but are mown ed on the Leahl slope toward Kaimukl behind the mountain Should there bp occa sion to use them In tinge of war the gunners would trot see the vessel at which they wer firing but wojuld di rect their aim According to the tele phoned Instru tf ns of the find era stationed qt variouspoints on the circumference olj the craters rihi Such is modern gunnery a m tter of mathematics rather than of accuracy of vision Rut to such a degree of per fection has the modern science bf gun nery attained that the crews jof the Plninond b ad battery would be able to drop on to the deck of a battleship miles distant and completely out of their range of vision a projectile which would sink the vessel before bver It had chance to get close enough to PJwerfulg1nsvolcanos crater grimy workmen urit der tle direction of United States mil nary engineers pare driving a tunnel This Is to form passageway to and from the batteries for the officers and range finders sand should occasion ever arise for ithe crews of the mor tar battery The sides of the volcano are very steep and cannot be scaled except in a few where narrow paths lead up the precipitous heights A few riflemen and machine guns could easi ly defend these passes against a force many times thelr number Abut the only Way the Volcanic fortress could be captured would be by starving the defenders out Water would be the most difficult thing for a defending force ito obtain but It will be no insuperable task to provide a plentiful supply When this is finished Hawaii will have the most hovel and at the same time one of the strongest fortresses In the worlda fortified volcano A Simple Trick trl9kHecoat colrar NOW dont say that have seen that done a hundred JoUI It was a rabbit that you saw taken from under a mans coat cOlla This Is a duck It was time for a variation to be introduced in the rabbit tick It be Introduced In the rabbit trick Its just as easy to do It with a puck ns with a rabbit and a little funnier because the duck can kick as liar d as the rabbit und dan also quack which no rabbit can dQno matter howivell trained It is Tjbe explanations oC the trick is simple The magician i Ic does It so quickly that you cannot bee how he does it Nothing easleh Aiuy one who doubts It can get a luck aud try ltSt Lout PostDispatch aDearanAccording to Health Commissioner Ritchie of Boston If meat eaters are looking for niitrlinent only they might just as well buy the cheaper cuts as the more xpenslce ones Tlip value of different foodstuffs says Mr RiK chle Is largely a question of amount of heat units they contain According to good authorities onehalf the weight of beefthe most nutritive kind of meat Is water About 10 per cent Is was e The remainder is fats and protelds There Is no difference between the nutritive values jof the better or cbeaperfgrndes of beet The amount of fats and protelds contained In each Is about the same A Constitutional Monarch Recipe for making a constitutional monarch Take a few thousand troops a good general and enoL eleven machine guns Turn the latter rapidly until a white flag appears out of the palace window Sprinkle over the quivering ruler a few thr ats ot what will happen td him If he Isnt good Then when you take him out the chances are tat will find a mpnarchfitrill NEW IDEA FOR LAUNDRY BAG Chief Recommendation laThat It Does Away with Annoying Draw- Ing String For a long time the familiar vari ety of laundry bag done In two colors embroidered andheld together at the neck by a string has been an Item among the holiday gifts But in spite of its prettiness the annoying draw string rendered it impractical Here Is a laundry bag that solves the difficulty It has not only the ca pacity for hplding many articles of clothing but the easiest possible way of receiving them Simply lift one ring from the hook by which Itls suspended and the bog Is opened wide It is equally ready to take ra br dump out Its contents The necessary materials re jone and onefourth yards of art tl kln 01 cretonne two crocheted rings lone Inch In diameter or larger one and onehalf yards of featherbone and one roll of white bias binding one and onehalf inch wide Cut a fourInch strip from the entire length of the material Now cut two pieces 23 Inches long and 25 Inches wide Round the corners on the ower edges Divide the featherbone- In halves and stitch it on the un der side of each piece ten inches from the top as represented by dotted lines in the illustration From ends of the featherbone shape theI point In the middle of the top Care must be taken to match the pattern when the large pocket It stitched on toIgetherInch strip of cloth with the seams on the outside Bind first the seams and last the upper edges sew the rIngsIto the points at the top expressly for tablecloths and nankins may be made in the same way from white linen or any other suitable material and a large em broidered or outlined initial or monogram takes the place of the pocket WIDER RIBBONS BEING WORN This Means Increased Expense and Their Care Has Beco e a Mat ter of Moment Launderable or lingerie ribbons are markedly wider than were those for merly in general use The majority IOC the threadlngs for the tops of cor set covers chemises and combination garments are an Inch wide while those used on petticoat flounces night robes and negligees measure fully two inches across This fashion so may terlally Increases the expense of keep Ing up the lingerie that the care of the reserve supply of delicately tint ed ribbons Is of importance As Itsmore economical to purchase these ribbons by the bolt they should be kept rolled up In their original paper ribbons which should be extended as nearly as possible to the outer end of the roll Long eyed bodkins are specially provided for running these wide ribbons through lingerie head ings but for the traveler who is prone to mislay her toilet utensils these are tagended ribbons which come in two yard lengths While all the staple pink blue green and yellow tints are still popular ultra fashionable girls are using old rose vine grape dahlia fuchsia emerald aeroplane and the various orchid shades in lingerie ribbons Linings Are Peculiar Linings are peculiar this season A peep inside some frocks shows a halt lining or apiece thereof No longer does one find a dress with all appur tenances thereto affixed as the law yer would say The lining may now consist of a little sheer piece of goods on which the long waist Is built It firmly holds the satin foulard or silk over the hips to support the heavy flounce In a sheer dress with panel front fitted to the form and a loose back the lining is attached to the side seams of the front and hooks in the back Dlaphnous yokes are lined and so are many sleeves The peekaboo waist Is not seen this year What was the peeka boo waist is now backed with net A Necessary Yoke There never has been a time when the fitted and shaped readytowear petticoat yoke has been more neces sary than It now Is It Is absolutely impossible to wear shirrings with the present princess frock and the alternative is the immediate reconstruc tion of the petticoat top This should be done by the maker whose ready towear IsB misnomer every time It has to be ripped and remade These delightfully usable yokes are made of a somewhat elastic webbing Whey are doubled and while finished above and at the buttoning point they are left open for the Insertion of the petticoat top Almost every notion counter supplies them in black gray and white For Evening Exquisite silk voiles printed In Louis XVI designs are among the new Importations for evetdng frocks JL I Special Sale S OF I Childrens Cloaks U I Now is your r time to buy a cloak for I your girl at a very low price as we are I Overstocked on this line We will offer them at cos and some less than cost i I Special Price of 198 For Childs Bear Skin Cloaks them3Fetc are as as you your choice for fA I I 198g g This is a Rare Bargain and you should not miss it 1 I Just received tare stock of Mens Womens and 111 Childrens Underwear I Also full line of best makes of Womerfsand Chit A drens Hosiery f I Newest styles in Ladies and Gents Shoes IIWe show the Best makes of School Shoes on the m ISpecial Low Prices in Childrens Cloaks rketl II Our stocks in every departmentwere nev rIargeran 1 Prices Never Lower We have lots of to Ii you Call and sec always glad to show ouII The ROBERTSON I CLA BROOKE Co SPRINGFIELD INCORPORATED KENTUCKY t Public SaleOf Jacks Jennets and Other Live Stockt Saturday Nov B 9O9AT 1000 OCLOCK A M Having sold my tarm and in order to dissolve partnership with Mr Thomas fromSprmgfieldfollowing described property ysAnpSouthdown 5yearoldHorsecomingayearold1 horse work good 1 pair coming 3yearold horse mules work good 1 sugarrr secondto10000 sticks tobacco 10000 tobacco sticks A lot of good oak lumber and all of our Farming Implements TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE GIBBS THOMASS M CAMPBELL Auctioneer LET US TEST YOUR t EYES andlif GLASSES We have just brought titSpectacles Kentucky All the latest style Glasses and any style Rims Veftcan furnisji y tiwith the best grade ol goods iat the Lowest Prices + tII GREAT BARGAINS IN t21 JEWEL WATCHES 11 We can Suit You in Everything in the Jewelry Line tED M RUSSELL ti ii gull fli ift ifriftifr tftifrfl fli llD ffitr fr j 0 THE SPRINGFIELD SiN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3 19091 b 1 I All Patterns to be sold AT and BELO JV COST Anew line Or Trimmed Hats and Shapes to Trim just in at low prices them Saturday Mrs WILLIAMS I W V STALLARD D D r SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 721 TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT Pain sr Danger tAJOver just All as ad firstII Dn O b O OOOOQOO I Personal Notes pi QDr Visit rs In and Out of TownA Q D UpoftheWeeks News found Q 0 DeOI 8008008000 MfsW C McChoid and Mists Sallie McElroy attended the funeral of their aunt Mrs Lucrutia Shuck at Lebanon this morning Mr and Mrs Ray Wakefield of Americus Ga spent Monday with Mr3 Lizzie Durrett Miss Kate Mayes spent the week i eni with Miss Sue Duncan of Pleasant Grove Mrs Louis Rodgers was in Louist ville Saturday Mr and Mw Jesse Rapier of Barddtown were here one day last week MrsS B Thompson and Mrs Theo Campbell spent several days last week in Louisville Mrs Finley McElroy and Mrs RBI McElroy were in Lebanon last Sat urday jl Mrs Rapp of St Louis Mo isI visiting her sister Mrs Raymond Nally Mr T Scott Mayes spent thelatter part of last week with his son and daughter in Lexington Mr and Mrs J R Mahon and children of Lebanon spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Sr rMiss Annie D lirundy of Louis MclDr H D Rodman of Louisville is spending a few days here =Misses Lizzie Bertha and Mary Haydon spent Tuesday in Louisville Miss Isabelle Medley returned to Nazareth today after spending several days at home Mrs Charles Robertson returned Friday from a visit to relatives in Pitts burg Penn Messrs Harry and Morriso QNan were in Lebanon Tuesday MrsJ L Wharton and grand daughter Miss Mary Wharton visited in Louisville last week Mrs H L Smith its the guest of Mr and Mrs Frank Smith in Bards town l Miss Lucy Selecrhan has returned home after a visit to Miss Mary Law rence Claxon in Louisville Mr and Mrs Walla McElroy of Lebanon spent last Thursday with Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Jr enterIIM Chas Haydon pf Shelbyville in town Mr Kent Smith and Family visited Mr and Mrs J R Smith in Bloomfield last week Mrs R H Shader was called to Horse Cave by the illness of her sister Mr G E Medley jis visitingjhis family at this family Mr and Mrs Edwin SmIthof Bloomfield spent the rat of the week with relatives here 1IMrs Frank Simms and Mrs John Kelly were in Lebanon Monday to attend a reception given by Mrs Len Mattingly MattieIfMcGil spent the first of theweek with Miss McGills aunt Miss Ella Hagan in Fairfield TMrs Wm McClure of High Grove has been visiting her sister Mrs J H McClure Messrs Frank and Ed Willett of Louisville were at home the first of the week Parker Medley and jt C Shader Jr who attend St Marys College spent the first of the week at home Mr H P McChord of Louisville is visiting at the home of Mr W T McElroy MISS Nannie Rapier returned to her horpem Bardstown last week after a visit to Miss Mabel Price Miss Katie Hertlein went to Louis vIne last Thursday to meet her sister and brotherinlaw Mr and Mrs Frank Schwabe They are from Frankfurt onthe Main Germany and left there on the eleventh of October to remain with their sisters and brothers indefinitely Rev Peter Colvin who formerly lived at Willisburg and who has been + i iBarberShOp11 Shop next to the Walton hoteland will conductthe seryeIi my customers and ask that you give meja share of your patronage I am agent tor the Home Laundry of LOUIsVille and have a mybarber i1Cleaning and Pressing call on me All work guaranteedI W +T + + + ++ i ti iToHaving bought out Mr G L Whartons interest in + + the Livery business I will continue business at the old stand on Main street and will do business just as cheap as the high prices of feed and horses will allow me to do J e aska continuance of patronage from all of our old friends LiveryRig + t for Your patronage solicited T Dt TAPP4Zf t SUCCESSOR TO WHARTON TZlPP + tt+ KK fit t visiting old friends and relatives in this county for the past two weeks has returned to his home in Santa Ro a Cal This is the first visit Rev made to his old home for fdrteen years VALLEY HILLt Mr Henry R visitied his brother M Reed of this place Friday ii Mr and MrsJ Robert Montgomery of near town Were guests of Mr and Mrs Hughey Goatley Thursday Jeff Goatley of Clyde Kanssex pected home this week to spend the winter1 with his bjarents Mr and Mrs Palmer Goatley i D C Kelly recently purchased a young mule from Bob Montgomery for 60 i W F Moran purchased weanling calf of JF Head for 40 I S T Hardin of Fredericktowniwos- in our midst Monday Ernest Goatley is nursing a paintul injury as the result of sticking a rusty jnail in his right foot a few days ago Mr and Mrs Thos Reed of Booker and Benedict Janes and wife of thi place were guests ot Mr and MIS- Montgomery Reed Sunday fEdQfMarlon countye cently purchased dLmules from D CiKelly of this place foi 280- Samuel Tuckerrof this place is suffering a very painful injury to his left hand as the result of sticking a nif through his finger severing the leidersI and rendering it practically useless We hope that Mr Tucker will recover the use of his sedousIresults 1rIIJa- mes Head is the guest of his uricle Mr W Ft Moran at Elm s weekrMr Mont ornery teed whoHIlIjthl a compour fracture of the t two weeks ago is doing Iforhimrecent windy r did inns damage to tobacco which had become very dry during thIIer Imp 1rtant Announcement The Leo Haydon Drug Co desires to unIParisian Sage the marvelous dandruff cure and delightful hairdressing The Leo Haydon Drug Cois glad to state that Parisian Sage as a ngu ly guaranteed hair restorer It cures dandruff in two we s ay killing the dandruff microbes it stops falling hair it cures all scalp diseas s or money back It ISa most pleasant hair dressin j especially for ladies as it makes the hair soft and lustrous The price is on y 50 cents a large bottle at The Leo Ha don DrugCo or by express all charges prepaid from Giroux Mfg Co Buffall NY DIumnD miIICLUBBING RATES WITIILOUISVILLI DAILIES LOlisvilleTimes 3 50 r The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal exce Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 j The Sun and the Courier Journal any three days in- the week 3 7tf The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour year2130TheHerald one a52 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Postone year 3 50 1lm1DIfI lllllOU1IlIIlmllllilllumu IUlIunuilllWIII Try Kentucky Star Flour So good Kentucky Star Flour Best made d l FOLLY IN FRETTING SENSITIVE GIRL CAUSES OWN UNHAPPINESS Her Wounds Are Self Infllcte and Vanish When She Has Brought Herself to Take Healthy View of ife She has a hard time goodness knows even among her family and friends for her feelings are always being hurt by some of them But when she goes into the business world it will seem to fairly bristle with thorns so many will be the slights she will apparently receive Most of the wounds of the sensitive girl are selfinflicted only unfortu nately she doesnt know it When she gains this knowledge her suffer ing and her tears will cease It is wisdom that is Sin coming for you cant make the girl believe that the slights directed her way are not Intended She is so sure in her mind that her grievance is Just that argument is hopeless Indeed argument Is hopeless most of the time with the sensitive girl If you number such a one among your friends or in your family try to change her way of looking at the world instead of arguing with her that her grievances are groundless Try to get her to see that the world is too big and people too busy to be occupied In thinking up ways to hurt her eelings and that in the main people are too kind to do such things The idea that people are continually shooting arrows her way comes frequently from an overdeveloped ego She believes other pea pIe are thinking as much about her self as she is and their words actions sloe misconstrues as andI to herself when the probability they never had her in mind at all not thought of such a construction being put their conduct busI11nesssider how people may take what they say The sensitive girl Is extremely wordsevery slur about poorly done work or slowness Is directed at her Rest assured if her work doesnt suit she will hear directly from her employer aboutdwith the thought that he Is whipping her over somebodys elses shoulders Common sense and a philosophical spirit are good cures for sensitive ness But these are the very qualifi toep mix with the world and with people to get a big broad view of life where in she will see how extremely small she and her affairs are This will gradually give her a saner and more rational vlewpolnCamf her extreme sensitiveness will disappear She will become much happier much more companionable The sensitive girl should endeavor to get this view of life for she is making herself wretch dover things which in the main do not exist for most of the slights and imaginarysa to spoil life with Imaginary ills DAYSh Bloupe of biscuitcolored cloth trimmed in an original way with darker velvet with ecru gufpure and with silk buttons and loops of sou tache The little tucked is of ecru tulleINightcaps The arrival of the nightcap In all its oldtime freshness and with an added glory of lace rosettes above each string should give a flutter of pure delight to the woman of the wavy hair The bought wave is not inclined to stand too much reckless sleeping and a nightmare or two means death to a halfworn wave Having paid out her good money for curls or worse having charged thesei perishable beautifiers Miss Vanity will hail the nightcap with rejoicing and whether or not the cap will be usurped by the most modern of maid ens as a curl protector its revival means one more little garment for grandma Fine handkerchief linen and French hand embroidery Is the best recipe we know and the Normandy cap the most charming pattern Buckle of Gold Braid A beautiful buckle of any desired shape may be made by plaiting three strands of the narrowest gold braid together and wiring on the back Notking could be nicer asa finish for an empire belt for the readymade buckles of metal not wily tear the lace in the gown but scratch all the furniture in the house T Fresh Oysters Fresh Ceeyr Malaga Graps Every Thursday Evening 1J II ICome and try SomeI Ml b L Katie Hertlein Brb Restaurant Bakery Confectionery lr TTITI T OGGOOOGGOeXXXXXXXX3OOGGGOGO FARMERS- I BANK Ix Incorporated t3Mackvllle Ky T It 100000gSURPLUS PROFIT 300000 withg0 wI The and stability of a 18B ank depends laygelYon its J who must be men of ability as well as integrity asthey are the men who direct its affairs We present a strong boarda areganx V JB PETER President VPresidentjDIRECTORS J JB Peter E t J T Swieeney SGeo WvPowell Russell C vinBlrchI O J W Best B O o JAV Arnold- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOc What Would You Do In case of a burn or scald what would you do to relieye the pain Such in juries are liable to occur in any family and everyone should be prepared fo them Chamberlains Salye applied o a soft cloth will relieve the yam almost instantly and unless tne injury is a very severe one will cause the parts to heal without leaving a scar For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co MciNTIRE Mr Bud Badgett and Joseph Blan ford attended county cburt mLebanoa Monday Mr Edward Blanford of Daviesc county and Leslie Blanford of Louis ville have been visiting relatIves at this place for the past week The bans of matri were vAjnouncedtime between Mr Hubert M ttiqftfv of Forest View and Miss Fields Of this pjace inIKidwellIat 35 per acre and has purchased a farm in Nelson county near Bardstown Price paid 8000 We regret the lose yicinltyIMr Oscar Graves has purchased JixrMontgomerys farm price paid 11000 Mr Montgomery wijl remove to the farm he recently bought of FathecHen nessey The little son of Mr Clel Piles hap pened to quite apainful accident ecently by haying his thumb blown near ly off by a cap oi dynamitea Mr J R Montgomery our hustling trader from this place was in Louis stucknSquire Mudd and family have removed from Louisville to this county to make their future home Mr Clem Kelty has gone tpLouisv villa to make his future home nsboraIter Mrs J R Johnston has returnee hone t Miss Ella Osbourn of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Hill ory McIntire Mrs Sid Johnston who has heea quite sick is convalescent Messrs John Williams and Mario Cecil werein Louisville last week oa businessMr William Lear ot Mackville is the pleasanc guest of his son Mr Geo Lear this wesk l Mr Eugene Wheatley visited his sis ter Mrs Milton Keene last week v Mr and Mrs Frank Keene and daugh ter Bertha and Mrs HattieKeene- and little daughter Catherine spent Saturday lhe guests of Mrs Bettte IWheatley at Cecilville Mr Clem Hill of Lebanon spent last Thursday night with Mr TE Ballard Kills To Stop The friend The worst foe for 12 years of Doha Deye of Gladwin Mich Was running ulcer He paid doctors over 400Ot Without benefit Then Bucklens Arnica himCuresmaSalt Rheum Infallible for Pile Burns Scalds Cuts Corns 25c t Haydon Robertsons LOW ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES TO The West Southwest and Northwest VIA 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 TRAINS DAILY 2TO TO 112ST Louis T LouisWITHOUT CHANGE WITHOUT CHANGE Tickets en Sale First and Third Tuesdays In sfcch I Month Return Limit 25 Days from Date of sal JO Write for Fares and Steele Diverse RMrte AfranHMenUm It F PBNN T P A J P GARJikSR OPtA L0UISvIIDR KY y s itj THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3 1909 = CARNATIONSt By FRANK H SWEET Copyright t y J S LIppincott CoJ She was kneeling just inside the fence stirring and patting the already prepared soil of a tower bed with a pearlhandled trowel ordered espe sully for this first summer In the country jdas she stirred and patted her lips murmured a few bars oft a Frenck laborsong and her brow wrinkled and smoothed with the mo tlpns of the trowel i Presently she arose and surveyed t Jaer work critically approvingly here were many little curves and scallops and much scrollwork tract cry Certainly It was very nice and a tlstlcAn it lacked now was the towers The costly white gloves which reached to her elbows were discol fired with the soil she had been ma mlpulatlng and she regarded the stains with pensive satisfaction Then as approaching footsteps sounded upon the fwalk she took the vowel jBd made a dark line across what she considered a too large space of whitea laborer should not be ashamed of the marksof his toil As she raised her eyes she looked 1straight into a pair of admiring ones on opposite side of the fence Themans gaze was averted Instant ly and he would have passed on but she stepped to the fence with a pretty Impulsive gesture Arent you Mr Ware of the next cottage beyond Ive been admiring your mowers frankly andyes I may- as well confess it J was In your greenhouse yesterday and spoke with your gardener He said you had the She Regarded the Stains with Pen rive Satisfaction finest carnations In all the country round last year prizewinners and all that Yes I had some very fine ones I believe he answered smiling back at her and they took several prizes at the fair How lovely clasping her hands I dote on carnations Most of my china has carnation patterns and my latest ballgown Is figured with them Now see raising a hand so that the tip of one of the discolored glovefin gers pressed a dimple In her cheek Im counting so much on them for Tny summers pleasure in the country I mean to have beds and beds and borders and borders and I want them all to be lovely prizewinners I know pretty much everything about them of course for your gardener said they only bloomed once a year and that they had all kinds of colors and that they needed oceans of water But maybe he forgot something and I dont Want the least bit of a mistake about anything Now thIs bedturn Ing and regarding the little circle of disturbed soil anxiouslyhas cost me- a lot of thought and labor Ive been toiling in ttwlth my own hands mind you more than half an hour and of course I cant rIsk an uncer tainty Its all ready for Its uphol steringno I mean ItsIts farming gettheplant them or Just stick one side In the ground forfor slipsisnt It slips theyre called looking up Into his face confidingly and nodding an Iof apcourse Its slips but I want to hear you say so Why no Im very sorry but joure mistaken he answered admlr fog the delicate color which came and went in her face and glad to know that the face belonged to the next cottage and would remain there all Summer You see Its bulbs My gardener had a great boxful come the other day and hes so choice of them hell scarcely let me go near the box for fear Ill get something mixed Of coursestheyre the prizewinners andcoverspalm do a few this morning Oh thats 1tlna relieved voice I didnt know but its l e1rU theyre bulbs there wont be any wilting and everything is sure to come out all right But where shall I get themIf 1 you will permit me eagerly Iwill be only too delighted My gar plantth1INo no she protested not that do the work Its to be my penance for frivolity last winter Be sides Im going to like It Its soso sturdy and Independent to labor Of course It is he agreed Well suppose I dont say anything about It ofburot m I will pick out some of the myM11yYou can tell me how And do the djgging he supple willbetlo al I hope you dont mind No I dont think I do Were next door neighbors you know And I think Ive heard of you in New York atTatThe Manhattan Inquiringly Manhattansecond street Miss Olga Richardson uYest TrelawneyOlive Her hands came together In pleased surprise Do you know Olive Why she is one of my dearest friends Indeed isnt it delightful My sister knows her and she has heard her speak about Miss Olga Richardson Really It seems that we are old acquaintances after all I will get the carnation b lbs now and hurry back But you i ust allow me to call this afternoon nd talk over old times lovelyI bulbs back as he could carry and with delightfully profound remarks on the art of gardening and the usefuln ss of labor they kneeled on opposite sides of the trowelcarved abed and planted the bulbs one by one As the last tuber was receiving its covering of soil a deprecating face appeared at an open Ing In the shrubbery uAT ye please sorran anxious voice called have yezbeen afther seem any bys or tramps lurkln about Two or three last pats were given to the little mound which covered the tuber then Mr Ware turned No Michael not this morning he answered Why Becase some rapscallion of a thafes been sthalin the pertaties I tothebasket He stopped suddenly add andIThe Some noo basket stood beside the newly planted flowerbed empty When Starvati nj Threatened excursionIm attle discolated its pr peller and came to a forced stop For two days the vessels engineers and machinists labored to repair the break but without success It was discovered that the ships stores were not abundant Alarm bred In the minds of pessim istic passengers and the contagion spread Starvation might assail the vessel before help arrived A former California official took it on himself to reassure his timid companions but adaptedtoIn fact hIs closing sentences but added to the gloom Let us behave he said If the worst comes and that dread necessity which In such misad ventures has met others must be faced by us let us remember that It Is good to die that our friends may live The one or more that may be sacrificed will be consoled by that thought There was a moments silence aw fullil its intensity then a cheerful voice was heard You should be tak en first Gov Booth You know the bravest are the tenderest And even the terrorstricken smiled once more Prosecuted for Keeping Stamps- A Marseilles wine merchant pes tered three prominent men in his dls Met including a retired Judge with letters offering his vintages and in closing stamps for reply None of the three answered and all kept the stamps Whereupon the wine mer chant lodged a complaint against them for a swindling abuse of con fidence and appropriation of sums in trusted to them The Judicial authorl ties received the complaint acted up on itj and opened criminal proceedings against all three persons on the charge of appropriating a twocent postage stamp each It seems that no other legal course was open to the authorities than to proceed In the mat ter The sequel Is Worse It Is re ported that the polices armed with search warrants have effected doml ciliary visits In the residences of the three accused persons to discover the corpus delicti in each casethat Is to say the wine merchants letter con taming the stamp for a reply If the stamp be found unused the three ac cused persons will be ordered to dis gorge the property 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newspaper and two years later began the practice of law He early took a hand in politics and soon became a power In Preston county He served several terms in the state senate and theIDuringifor eight years- Governor Dawson is a native of Maryland fiftysix years old and Is considered specially qualified for his duties in the far east Beginning ofa Financier Major Alexander McDowell clerk of the house of representatives is the president of a thriving bank up In his home town of Sharon Pa In his younger days he ran a country news paper A party of friends were sittIng ri his office recently when one oft asked Mujor how did you become a financier Well said he when I was a and went to Sunday school they gaveI ns a fed ticket for every hundred memorizedIhard work for me to commit verses to memory and after I had learned a few hundred of them I found that by shooting accurately with a marble I could accumulate more blue tickets that I would earn by memorizing in a lifetime So I let the other boys get the tickets and then 1 played marbles for them I had more Bibles than any other boy In town But what did you do with the ex tra Bibles 1 traded them for marbles said the major Hypocrite In the Hereafter Dr Madison C Peters was discussing the question Will the coming man marry He Instanced a certain type of bachelorThis he said Is a hypocrite He uses lib religion as a cloak And he do In the next world eh fsaid the reporter bsafd Dr Pesters be wont need any cloak thereNew York Tribune Bob Burdctte Humorist Robert J Burdette humorist and preacher who recently resigned the pastorate of the Temple Baptist church Los Angeles Is prevented by ill health from cpntlnulng his labors He began his literary career as a poet in Peoria III His poems were never militant there never was a trace of bitterness or rancor never a sting In them but they were humorously ten der and gentle From Peorla be went to the Burling r ton Hawkeye and his work as an au thor had a large following He made BOBEBT J BUBDETTE the Hawkeye known all over the conn try In 1870 he began his lecture tours which made him famous In 1903r after he had expressed desire to enter the pulpit he was ordain ed minister and assumed the pastorate of the Temple Baptist church a magnificent million dollar structure with one of the largest congregations on the Pacific coast He married Mrs Clara- B Baker his second wife In 1899 Mr Burdette is a native of Greenborp Pa and is slxtyflve years old BILL LANGES FEAT One of the Famous Old 0utfielders Sensational Catches The greatest Individual feat ever performed was one by which Bill Lange saved a game for Chicago and 200 for himself in Washington In 1805 There Is an odd story connected with the play Lange had missed a train In Boston two days before fall ed to reach New York In time to play there and Jrason bad fined him 100 Thereupon zvhzsedu train to Wash ington arrived on the grounds after the teams bail practiced and just In time to play and for that Anson fined rWm another 100 The game that eft ernoon went eleven Innings Chicago scoring one run In the eleventh There were two man out and a runner on the buses when Kip Selbach then one of the hardest hitters In the busI ness smote the ball a terrific blow and sent It flying over Langes head toward the center field fence The hit seemed a sure home run but Lange a man weighing 225 pounds turned and without looking sprinted desperately straight out toward the fence racing with the flying ban At the last In stant as the ball was going over his head Lange leaped stuck up both hands turned a somersault and crash ed against the fence The boards splin tered one entire panel crashed out ward and out of the wreckage crawled Lange holding the ball In his hand and the crowd went mad Lange came limping In with the crowd standing on seatsshouting and he said to Anson Fines go capT Nope said Anson and the catch had saved the big fielder 200Hugh S Fullerton in American Magazine THE FIRST ALMANACS TheyAttempted to Foretell Mens Des tiny From the Stars The almanac properly so called In Its origin is not merely a device for keeping people In mind of the progress of the year It Is an attempt to show What destiny has in store for us theItimes of men are ruled fay the different aspects of the planets so also the human bqdy Is subject to the Influence ot the cpnstel tions through whlqh the sun appears to pass In his yearly course A French almanac of 1610 gives a diagram of the human body surrounded by all the signs of the zodiac and indicates the various organs slgnsthaveles sair c c or to show at what od blood maybe let with safety But lrectlonsIfault With by a modern fashionable physician healthAndLet him seek joy and sadness fly Avoid places where Infections abound And cherish joyous company A few examples exist of almanacs of this character before the Invention printing although none it is lIellev ofI earlier than the twelfth century some of the earliest specimens of printing are black printed 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LOCKHART Ir Copyright by J B lppincott Co comfmanager Waubansee Weekly Star out west Waubansee was a city of 500 Inhabl twits whose frame houses straggled along a few yards of one ot the Santa TR branch lines After passing Wail lanaee the railroad got discouraged and stopped out in the middle of the prairie Though everybody wondered tow Little lived he not only got along but had surplus enough to take the xilllfner to the icecream festival given by the Baptist church He sang fa the choir and called off at the fences in OddFellows hall There Was nothing stiff about the Stars edit torials Its style oj acknowledging a pair of chickens from Sam Bucking lam and its compliments to Jim Handler on his Berkshire shoats were graceful and easy and its demands that congress should appropriate 500 to improve the navigation of the Wau iarusha were considered virile Little was as happy as the day was Song until he happened to secure a pass from waubansee to Washington and return which latter was important as it proved At Washington ke was pained to observe a slackening fa the joy with which his congress urn was woqt to greet the Star editor when elections were being closely fought However Little soon forgot this ingratitude in the pleasure ofa trip to Boston where he went to visit some relatives who prior to this had Itmownionly vaguely of his existence- In Boston it seemed only properly WaujItmseethe various Boston dailies and Little was not the kind of a man to hurt DId Not Impress the Night Desk as Little Had Expected duty ones feelings by seeming neglect Tie way in which these Boston edi tints happened to be out on important business whenever Little sent an hlS Icely printed cards was a editorladtieiioIlerfit the city room Little became in oculated with the virus of the metro newspaper life He promptly Fwrote to Waubansee closing a dea which had been pending for sometime and which involved the sale of the Star to the proprietor of the Wau larusha livery and feed stable Then Little began the struggle which 1 r ended at his being taken on tb reportorial staff of one of the Boston dailies at a salary of no less than 12- a week a salary that seemed munifi eent to Little until he went to get a Boardingplace Somehow his former editorship o Vie Star did not impress the nig deck as Little had expected and he Bitterly complained that the night edi tor cut all the pleasing personality out of his copy it was tothis dense Bfupjdijty and jealousy of the night ftfitorthat Little ascribed the failure of the public to recognize Iris style i Il Kiedlalely Little listened eagerly to Ine storiesof scoops told in the cit room after the paper had gone to press and oon decided that the rdad fr newspaper recognition lay through scoops rather than style Alter con abanonmayors office for scoop materIal even mlihtsJveftlsf waited Even as everything comes to him who waits so the scoop same to Little v Little said the city editor there a Homo for Orphan Dogs in this cit supported by a cranky old woman w monerTheof the Home complain of the howl St the dogs Go out and interview t neighbors about it On the way to the Home Little ha JIB Inspirations Since the woman was so prominent by begrlchesa her aqcjaJL position anything that hap p her was of Interest toI thE qty community If he s1ouldctafUb sVirup those kicking neighbors and have this prominent woman arrested for keeping a nuisance he had his scoop So he plotted and contrived the wrath of the next fldoorson ra Inflaming the anger of the nervous old maid on the other side who hated dogs anyway because she loved cats Aided and stirred and prompted by Little the Sleepless Man and the Nervous Old Maid were rounded up at magistrates office where after much demur on the mag fstrats part the warrant was icsiud Little wrote ttup instantly coming into the office on the run Littles scoop made a real sensation Even the night editor said it was not too bad It appeared on the first page headed WARRANT OUT FOR MRS DUNCAN If a mans got It in him said Lit tle meaning genius its bound to come out He went to bed that night feeling that his feet were firmly plant ed on the ladder of fame and that climbing was easy Now there was a proprietor of the paper who read the paper very care fully in Paris This proprietor had decided social aspirations though In this he had never taken Little into his confidence For some time the pro prietor had been laying careful siege to Mrs Duncans social influence and at last Mrs Duncan was beginning to Beam there were prospects if the beam was carefully fostered of Mrs Duncan extending a gracious hand to the proprietors family to help them over the wall which divides the mere ly nice people from the inner cult Mrs Duncan was a lady of tempestuous action and she burned the cable with a scorching message to Paris reIcwhich read Remove Mrs Duncans cause of complaint omprint found himself adrift In the CQld1 cold world somewhat dazed His rev turn pass had not expired and Little returned to Waubansee to buyback the Star the livery stable man parting with it without much urging managemeattained a scathing article on the corruption of the eastern press bj the money power HfS COLLAR A FIRE TRAPJ i Sergt Cohens Celluloid Ne Destroyed in Blaze a Staten ckwearI 50000jIL the other afternoon The prop erty consisted of a threestory brick storehouse on New York avenue five frame buildings adjoining andI The cause of the fire Is but it started in the storehouse at about one oclock and burned so fiercely that all the fire engfnes on the sOuth Side of Staten Island were called out and two fireboats steamed down the bay and helped Sergt Cohens celluloid collar wa 2rth about 15 cents and was uninsured Sergt Cohen ran to the fir from the Stapletpn station about hal a mile away went right to work j litlQnpernformed a most extraordinary and pl turesque jig and howled things whlcfi no newspaper going Into rightminded printsWhen the collar burned out the ser leant went to a drug store an hewed the druggist how he had go It In the neck so to speak Inciden tally he hadntmuch hair arid no mus tache to speak of but hell be on the Job again in a few days MAeN Try to Peck Eyes Out AfterHe Un lIYoung ffClinton N JRobert J McCoubra tqcejtacked him that it wag necessary t c llln a doctor McCoubra had cut several limbs from a large shade tree in front of his Inmfork made by two branches of one o twy young to the ground the young birds fell ou of the nest and both were killed McCoubra felt sorry and leaned d Ans he did so the old robins attacked him He tried to beat them off but failed and was compelled to run for the house All the way the birds kept tip the attack and he had to hold his hands over his eyes to save them from harm The man had difficulty in tollowinsg severs deohoaga m Mrs McCoubra who bad been iri back yard heard her husbandcall ngfing and she ran into the house where she found him almost exhausted from handdy were as t epragendd tr PRIVATE HYGIENE What It Mean to the Individualand to the Race Private hygiene is Important and means a revolution in our habits of living It means fresh air perpetually through our houses and more of our lives spoilt outdoors It means common sense in dietthe avoidance of bolting food from which dyspepsia springs and the reeducation of nor mal food Instluttjs the avoidance of gluttony on theoneslde and body star vation on the other the avoidance of alcohol the most potent of the pre disposing causes of Ubereulosis and the avoidance of dirty Infected milk and meat It means the simple life free from overexertion on the one hand aud Indolence on the other the habit of normal sleep and the eman cipation from worry In giving thlsl prescrlpttopDr Tru deau once said owe as simple as bathing in the waters of Jordan and that is why people are so slow to follow It But today people aretoll6wiug and following rapid yWhen they see man who only a few years ago was so ill of tuberculosis that he could scarcely drag himself out upon a porch noisy run twentyfive miles for pure love o exercise or when they see nine colleg- meu inside of half a year double their endurance through ra Iollal1diet alone or when they learn et Roosevelt developed from weak find timid boy tutor the persontficntl09of strength and courage an about to die ajb thirtyseven abjured all unhygienic habits and prolonged his life to 103 they begin to realize the practical value of personal hy glene Professor Irving Fisher in Century Artificial Coffee In Europe Horrible disclosures are made of methods in common use for the manufacture of coffee It seems that of factories for that purpose existing In France there are lOG which turn out 24000 tons annually while there are 508 such establishments In Austria Hungary ineh d ng 412 for the manu facture of coffee Penn figs and in Germany nearly liiOOO hands ore em ployed Iq the trade and tmfnnunl output is 100000 tons follows that a large quantity qf coffee which i drunk haK not an atom of the real her ry In It The list of substances out o which it is manufactured is affirming- cereals soaked with beer brandy or rum chestnuts and horse chestnuts haricot beans and broad beans car rots dates and finally the hard roe o cod The annual output of what t charmingly called fanciful c5ffee for TTCiifrinn Is estimated at o trln 251000 tons =Paris Cor Dally Telegraph French Convicts Gold Mine Convicts in French Guiana seer to be In luck They pre reported to be working a gold mine on their own account Their warders have apparent lyso far failed to discover where they have successfully pecged thsir claim The convicts in turn escape from the settlement by twos or threes and re main hidden for a day or tvo The then return with their pockdts full o nuggets and have a great tune Others get away in their turn but cote back eventually also with gold Thr mine is thus kept regularly workiiv by shifts of convicts The latter wlieu they return to the settlement are regu tinprissonmentfor absence without leave bul shageletterithe authorities have never yet bee TelegrnphtA Tutti Frutti Cordial frodm the recipe ib ok of a woman who Is never caught by her summer visitors without a delicious cooling drink She takes three oranges and three lemons and scrubs them clean then chop them fine after removing the seeds Andd nt some n season cherries or strawberries being especially pod Three bananas cut into slices orsmall dice she adds to the mixture and three cupfuls of pow dered sugar Over the whole she lays a great pleeof ice She leaves tltis for three mrs and when reudy to serve slip n Jds two quarts of lee ter A single bottle of seJtzer or some other effervescent water gives addi tional gon to the mixture which is voted delictipus by all who try it Suburbanite Millions From Hunters A deer in the bush is worth more than a deer In hand for the live t sportomen who leave money behind mono 7 fOUnd because It cost the state not h tag This is borne out by Germany foffrpm hunting licenses and rentals GetUnited States In this respect Only one state approaches Germany In rev enues from hunting and tourists Maines UTiOOOO tourists yearly leave S 23000000 behind them Alabama collects yearly 25000 in hunters tees Outiupr Alfonso and the Journalists There are two French journals who cannot say enough In praise King Alfonso of Spain He had rmeals In the public dining room of the betel and in walking across to his table he noticed that his equerry ex changed salutations with two men in a corner Who are they he usked They are Journalists sire was the answer lonrnalistsl sold the Iin instantly Good Ask them to favor Icjtqndon = 0 TheA B C and X Y ZoF ADVERtiSING A SERIES OF TEN TALKS ON ADVERTISING T written Seymour Eatoa r Philadelphia 0iAdvertismgand news are first cousins The railroad and the stage coach are grandchild and grandfather Four out of five advertisers still use stage coach methods The agency that distributes news has the quickest cheapest and most effective machinery for distributing advertising That agency is the news paper The man who passes your shop window is going somewhere He is on some other errand If you yourrshop window in the newspaper a few articles at a thousandtpeople look at this kind of winowevery day and with much better selling results than if that hundred thousand walked by your shop one by one I know a retail store in one of our far a branch of an English house which until the autumnI of 1906 was managed by an Englishman conservative dignified a man who would have been shocked to see his shop advertised in an American newspaper He had an exclusive trade and his net profits amounted to about 20000 a year This Englishman died His assistant an aggressive young American took charge He advertised advertised continuously in the best local newspaper Last year 80t000lWhy Simply because there are five hundred usandf welltodo people in that city who neverknew shop existed until they saw those advertise meats in the newspaper and the shop has an ex cellent street location too Ispersonally know The Englishman depended uPon the quality of his goods and his beautifully crested stationery and his attractive shop window and his perpendicularbacked dressparade clerks all of which were above criticism The young American put the whole show into the newsPaPer admission free i Show me ten shops which advertise regularly in a daily newspaper and I will show You nine that Probfsome Some people value goods by the price they pay others by the shop in which they buy others by the effect the goods have upon their neighbors It is only the common workaday sensible people who value goods by the goods If you want all four classes as tonmake the cap fit t i Copyright 100S by Trlbuni Company Chicago Subscribe Today t iSLetter Heads LrBillHeads F 4a Envelopes Card s Anything and everything fa the way of highgrade commercial printing Our assortment of job type is complete our press facill Cties of the best and our 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