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JW I 4 tJ tA 1ijI i J rz t r f i bt prffl4b F Un 1 tfo1l I St l It t 4 Lt y t4 vv Ii i jj C t DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY t tlJ 1 t rrJ i J i if 4cjf g ii iYLvE SNUIIFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JANUARY IS 910 llIfIIIE Tfl i SENILITY cJiD ath iSi Mrs Theresa tFJSV Countys f1 ini S tJ if Women r jcinty lost one of its oldeSt citi aens and one of Its b st Christian women last Saturday when Mrs Theresa E Brown died at the home of her son inkw Mr John R Smith mthe eigh tyeighth year of her age Thede ceaeeet had been in her usual good health until shortly betore her death- zKi even during her last days did not suffer from any well defined malady Bet end was caused by senility and was without pain and was met with the Christian resignation characteristic of the deceased JIJ Brown was the wife ofGeo Brown who died many years ago and was the mother of Mrs John R Smith and Mrs Jdao Ed Carrico both of whom Were at their mothers bedside d riBR her kst ilteess The fueeriil services were conducted SuBflfey mormBgatSt Dom ics church An idea ito the quality of Mrs Browns Christianity iran be gained from the words of Father Hennessey her pastor who had known her for years and who found bern adversity aaa1 in prosperity the same good chari table Christian woman In his sermon he said that she was not only oneof the i est women he had known but the- besti L finesHer Ibsjs will be felt greatly by those who yf knew her but rYf11bea oodexmpleo posterity VfA BkanMaiir Miss Mary fLiIl Juckman1d Mr it Geo Mann were married at 9 oclock Saturday morning last at St Dominics church The ceremony making theI young people man and wife was per formed by Rev El CP Hennessey The only attendants were Mr Parfott of Lebanon and Mrs Richard Parrott sister of the bride aI Mrs Mann is the daughter of John Buckman and is a young lady who enjoys the admiration of a host of friends Mr Mann is jailer of Nelson county Death of WiH Grace i t Died 4t the home of hisfother Sunday January 16 1910 Will Grace Young Grace who was nephewI Mr and Mrs Ed Grace and a of J J G ceJ1ad been ill of pneu monia for only about a week prior to 1 lis death but from the ate of his ill jpees he was very sick and but little ifeope was entertained for his recovery Had the young man lived until next March he would have been 17 years old The funeral services were conducted by Father Hennessey Monday at St Dom aolcs church Card of Thanks We desire to express our sincere ihanks- vi6 our fnends and neighbors for the kindness and deep sympathy shown us dunrig the sickness and deathof our beloved daughter Ethel We especially wish to thank DiThdmpson Mrs Laura Hiatt Miss Minerva Raybournej Mrs W D Bottom Mr Jas Cochran the pall bearers and all who helped us an any way We also appreciate the onany beautiful floral designs MR AND MRS HARTFORD TURNER AND FAMILY A Frightful Wreck ot train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises abrasions sprains or wounds teat demand Bucklens Arnica alyeearths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt cure results For burns boils sores of all kinds eczema chapped hands and hptsore eyes or cornst its supreme Surest cure i 25at Haydon Robertsons t Supervisors Adjourn t The Board of Supervisors Wash ington county adjourned FfMay after having been m sessied tVoweeks During its session the board made quite a number of raises on the taxable property of the county the raises including both real and personal property and mounting to 25000000 This was anticipated because ot the great appre ciation in the value of real estate in this county It is tot at all improbable that the State Board of Equalization will further raise the tax list of the county The Board will again wt within a short time to hear complaints from those who have been raised BUSTED No Money In the State Treasury L for Kentucky Soions- f i Fiankfort Kyj JsnIxry1OBust- ed ia the way State Treasurer Farley described the condition of the State Treasury to the members of the Gener al Assembly when they presented their state warrants to him calling for their first weeks salary A few of the mem bers during the first of the week pre ented the state warrants drawn by Clerk George S Peters of the Senate aouseIwould adjourn until Mohd y He was here during the last season and he knew what a rush was coming To stem the tide of warrants he sent a communica tion to the Senate and House early telling the members thatthere was no money teft except in the school fund and that the members or the teachers one or the other would lave to wait and Now its up 9YOU said Farley Superintendent of Public Instruction Crabbe insists that no money be paid out of the Bchcjol fund for legislative purposes for he thinks that he owes it to the teachers to see that they get their salaries and if the money is paid to the legislature then the teachers will haveto wait for 30 to 60 days A com mittee was appointed to investigate the condition of the treasury and see it there cannot be found enough money for the members to pay their board bills while they are here for it does not cost much to ride back and forth from home to Frankfort during the Legislature Injunction proceedings may be resorted to by Superintendent Crabbe if the money of the teachers is used to pay the Assemblymen The people of Frankfort are kicking because they wanttbemopey paid to the legislators so that they can spend it here The Situation is unparalled for awkward ness and not since the last Republican administration have the members been unable to get their warrants cashed at the Treasurers office Some of the Democratic members claim that Treas urer Farley is playing a foxy game of politics to keep down appropriations but Treasurer Farley says Come in and look gentlemen and see for yourselves Home Cure for Eczema Does it not seem strange that so many people suffer year in and year l out with eczema A 25cent bottle of a simple wash stops thBitch and will surely convince any patient I1111S wash is composed of mild and soothing oil of WIntergreen mixed with thymol and glycerine etc and known as D D D Prescription We do not know how long the D Dr D Laborator ies will continu the 25c offer as the remedy is regularly sold only in 100 bottles and has never before been put on the market on any special offers If you want relict tonight try a hOt tIe at 25c on our personal recommenda tioni Radon Pdbertsqn Springfield Ky i t ji 3lc TOBACCO Record Price Realized During Past WeekLarge Saks at Good Average Price J Last week the record for tobacco prices or the local market was broken when a basket of tobacco belonging to Peters Haydon sold at the Farmers House for 31 eta per pound There ha been a large quantity of tobacco sold at both houses last week and this and the prices realized have been most satisfactory Quite quantity of tobacco from neighboring counties has been on the market The Washington County house reports a sale of 245000 pounds last week at prices ranging from 10 to 22 eta per pound and at an average price of 1451 per 100 pounds This week this house has sold about 150000 at a good price The Farmers House last week sold 240000 pounds at 1476 per one hundred Mondays sale of 31 000 at an average of 1481 was also a splendid one This market now as to the quantity of tobacco handled the quality of the same and the prices realized id making of itself a rival for some of he large markets of the country MACKVILLE NOTES Noel Bagwell Miss Henrietta Noel and MrJEdcrar Bagwell were married Jan 12 at the home of Rev Yankey pastor of the Christian church at Mackville Mrs Bagwell is the daughter of Mr Dick loeIof Mackville and is an attractive and popular young lady Mr Bagwell isa highly respected and prosperous young farmer of Grayel sWitch Ky The young couple will make their home lat Gravel Switch Those from a distance who attended- the funeral of Miss Ethel Turner are Mr and Mrs Emmet R Merrill and daughter of Indianapolis Ind Miss VanFluteand Mr Kirk Phillips of Harrodaburg Mr 4im Peters of Danville Mr Homer DeBaurry of Cornish ville Mrs Mary Hughes and Frank Turner of Willisburg anS Fred and Alfred Mayes of Springfield HAPPY HOLLOW Mr John Crow sad family were at Polin Saturday and Sunday Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Satur day afternoon with her sister Mrs Ed ward Hanby Mr Erastus Perkins and wife spent Sunday and Monday with the family of Mr John Armstrong Mr Solomon Kays has moved his family from this place and Mr Lee Settles has moved in the house on Mr Frank Yanceys farm Born to the wife of Mr Enoch Mas ters ah eightpound boy To the wfe of Mr Albert Masters a fine daughter Mr Edward Hanby and wife Messrs Walter and Doof Hanby and Jim Mat tingly dined at the home of Mr John Armstrong and family last Sunday Mr Erastus Perkins and wife spent Saturday night with his father JUr John Perkins and wife Mr John Armstrong and wife spent Wednesday with the family of Mr John Crow at this place Mrs John Armstrong sold five shoats to Mr C W Stallings at9 per head Mr WC flu Igeon spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr Tom Mcllvoy Mr L M Clark wascalled here last week by the death Of his mother Mrs Sabe Coulter spent Sunday afternoon with her parents Mr and Mrsj J M Shields and family MrsC W Stallings spent Friday at ternoon with Mrs Edward Hanby of near this plac Mrs Erastus Perkins spent Fnday night with Mr Kichard Perkins and faniilyof near Willisburg I ii POEMS WORTH SPACE iNyOuRScpApBOO Ufes Journey To The- Beautiful City of Rest 3 As we speed out of youths sunny sta tion The track seems to shine inthe light Mut it suddenly shoots over chasms Dr sinks into tunnels of nightIAnt the hearts that were morning iI Arefilled with repining and fears As they pause at the City of Sorrow Or pass through the valley of tears Hut the roads of this perilous journey The hand of the Master has made With all its discomforts and We need not be sad pr ange18I Paths leading from light to u Ways plunging from gloom to de V spair Wind out through the tunnels of mid V night To fields that are blooming and fair If you pause at the City of Trouble Or wait in the valley of tears Be patient the train will move onward And rush down the track of the years Whatever the place is you seek for questYouitig To the beautiful City of Rest You shall store all your baggage ot I worries You shall feel perfect peace in this realm I You shall sail with old friendi on fair waters v YOU shall wander In cool fragrant gar dens With those who have loved you the And the hopes that were lost in lifes Journey r You shall find in the City of Rest Ella Wheeler Wilcox r r High School Notes aIREP BTE9 BY PUPILS The debating society met last Friday thejensuing was seconded and made unanimous Miss Suanna Hayes was unanimously elected Vice President Mr McClellan elected Secretary Mr Bottoms Sjar geantatArmg With these newly elected officers we feel confident that the society will come to the high stapd ard set by those who have gone before With the many new members that have enrolled since Christmas and the bid ones commencing to regain energy we look forward to much progress jtudnSpring is coming soon with her lazi nforjwearetam ot ambition Some of us scnool boys and girls never get rid ol spring fever while others never have a toich of it To some of us a school room means merely blackboards pencils and The Woman With The Serpents Tongue She is not old she is not young The Woman with the Serpents Tongue The haegard cheek the hungeringeye The poisoned words that wildlv fly The famished face the fevered hand Who plights the worthiest in the land Sneers at the just condemns the brave And blackens goodness in its grave In truthful numbers be she sung The Woman with the Serpents Tongue Concerning whom fate hints at things Told but in shrugs and whisperings Ambitious from her natal hour Andscheming all her life for Power With Httleleft of seemly pride With venomed fangs she cannot hide Who half makes love to you to day Tomorrow gives hergueat away Burnt up within by thatstrange soul She cannot slake or yet control Malignanthppd unkind unsweet Past all example mdiscreetI Hectic and always overstrung The Woman with the Serpents Tongue i To think that such as she can mar Names that among the noblest are Thathands like herscan touch thesprings That mov who knows what men and things That on her will their fates have hun The Woman withJhe Serpents Tongue William Watson tame Near Ihoktag to Death A little boy the son of Chris D Pet ersQn awell known resident ot the vil lage of Jacksonville Iowa hada sudden and violent attack of croup Much thick stringy phlegm came up after giv ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mr Peterson hI think he would have choked to death had we not given him thIs remedy For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co tablets while to others it means a withered hand of strugglean untiring mind and Destiny lIThe students are coing to debate this Coning Friday The s bjectisRe solved That Woman Should be given Equal Political Rights withy Man Some of the boys have been in such deep love in the past that they should tell in a most elegant manner of the wit and power of woman We had a trial atoffhand speaking last Friday when nominating officers Some did well but some not under standing that failure is the greatest means to success refused to speak We are wishing and expecting more new students Death of Mrs Cocanougher Mrs Lucmda Cocanougher died at her daughters Mrs S G Begley at Fenwick Jan 5th If she had lived un til Feb 5th she would iiaye been eigh tyfour years old After suffering six weeks with a burn her death was caused by pneumonia She was laid to rest in the Bethlehem graveyard Jan 7th She was the mother of four children three of whom survive her Mrs S C Beg ofirdrre hadltheir death TIe Sun and CourierJournal JL5 ADVANCEMENT The wondertul advancement WhiC has bben made in farming methods in the last 50 year enqouages a poetic dreamer to indulge in a vision of what yet another 100 years will bring for han1he breaks out into song as follows Oh its ho for the days of the de ir old farm when we plowed with gasoline And the cows were fed in thedewyimorn thoughthebutter and cheese machine j When we lit the meadows and pasture lots with glaring electric light nightWhen grapes and tea Were gathered by rollicking f lrl from thalimbs of the selfsame tree HOW we lilyfingered farmer boys lojved to spend the day in sleep By the murmuring motor that the mill that sheared the complacent sheep How we loved to loaf by the alcoholjstills that stood in the billowy corn Till called to th farm hands tencourse meal by the notes of aJCtrabriels horn Ahl then was the chance for true romance Ahl then there was genuine charm And unruffled joy tor troubledfree jboy who Hyed on the dear old farm f Mayfield Mirror I T f t p cote me jAn Indiana farmer Who Set tbj Worlds Pace inhe Liirv i ttofl of Cereal l 4c J l JNearIndiana Jives a farmer HM fan e iit slats of 130 acres a d he g4ipat11o- clock every morrnn and bel keJetiH his overalls His name M LeeMriJKJ Clore He is the cor kxsg of ik werleVl A dozen years agi Mr Ckwe feffa4et specialize in corn Today he sef tfce worlds pace in tiueeereah V fThe Clore family very earlyktef house with fathers cOm pnes Ia irisi tlist is every thing fro ainareepesd er oa piano includM waUckV cJetlr stove mandolin JaW awln a aate 1 mobile a quarter sectiOB efwii lTexas and a f1000 cai prixe 0ke ef the incidentals is a iIerJeJIICceP valued at 1000 Mr Clore decided a law years ace that instead of diog awcii tJM improving their land the eera yreweis shoukl give more thnncht rnJ reTJat I their breed of corn All his cfferis atbeen in that difectwe 1 a sppa bailt bars he HttlMr1boxes of earth kept the rwkt te v perature in eaJy gpriflc byf i Ma stoves Thus he knows before pleahag what percentage of ttbe graiji wiBT germinate Two ears of com may look alike but the vitality on one pay W much higher thau tbofu other y Mr Ctore is also a tiudffeof tttt- akeato make A perfect ear Jectiaic the best ears each taU aadpkntMffrv the hardiest grains in the spnaffh has in a great way ehmuated chaM in corn jrrowing He raise ifrm id ls t 100 bushels of com per acre The aye iage this year is 90bueiiels Tfektihy about 20 bushels more than Ief rHbegan his experiments utaadditi the quality of his corn has greatly m proved What he has doMfor IndlaM where his methods oire foUewed HMiy be seen by the facjt that the ayerages yield for the past ten years is 35 buslP els while oVer the corn belt ttUnited States for the stuae period it iakonly 25 Experiment stations all over the United States are sending to his for his high bred seed corn and sri ing his methods of breeding Jindplaiit lug The Czar has offered hist a esir tion in the Russian Department of lAjfg riculture 7 dMaron County v J frEnterprise rid Falcon l + Miss 1dieWriiht daughter of Mrr jr N Wright ot Chicago u isrftieji in marriage Wednesday fO fRA C Medley a young farmer of Wask gteMk r county The ceremony was perfcwraef rJat Chicago by Rev N Werner Mr William Raymond Mattiacly a well known farmer died at his boes about seven miles west of Lebanoa ML ttnimmediate cause of his death bemc pneumonia t v bitt i Mr William Alveydied at hw hoaM between Loretto and Chicago car1y1est if Sunday morning aftei a few days dt ness of pneumonia Thefunratw i vices and interment were atChieSMonday morning Deceased was JjIyears ot age and ws an hoooraWpi widely known and highly ef tee e4 J man He is survived by his aged witer and two sons James and Clarence A14 J vey andj one daughter Mrs 3oe Milk i V who have the sympathy of it host ef friends Work 24 Hours a pay Tile busiest little thmn eysr are Dr Kings NewLife JJi11lEyIiQiI pill is a sugarcoated global ef hiaWiv trsgIlanguormental powe jcuring vhieix ache chi1 s Dyspepsia l aUnal i7i Hayden Robertson s i THE SPRINGFIELD SU WEDNESDAY JANUARY 19 1910 rrIUI atec DeMonstration- HT Ifh FitI t i g i f tfw JOff o WITH OFH- 6I r Zit 5 RlERvoNn GALLON f OIUN ib LETotuFJoD lbItHE GREm ANp GRNNQ MR4E5I1C RANiEtlT RAN GIL WIT t7 f7EPU7AT10N r DEjotJU1t A f1 J use less fuel heat more water and hotter costs practically lasts times as long to give satin fiction than any on the If You that above true you a at once r 1 i t l DEMONSTRATION WEEK WILL IT TO YOU f r McELRO Springfield y ij i iif1 Wri t F JJJfl SUICIDES awi the Year Which tfas f MtCtosedSome of The Chief Causes m the world growing better seems in ifi serfdinthe affirmative by ares pn crime and on benefactions t lrthe year 19Q9 says a dispatch fro- mmoo Also the world seems to have ijnore prosperous as suggested u a flhng off in the number of sui peats and donations of the behi 0S0A order aggregate 147641253 in in red iiiiiLJnnyi7 nnniiiTnT John irckefellergave12 130 000 Andrew ie gave 4652000 Mrs Russell and Drl D K Pear Camefro r feftllers 131000000 of Mrs Sags J00 andofDr Pearson 3000 The total by women in 1909 its113293990 Dues on for a period of npitpiVe years show instances fatib lu earenothalf what the- ytilsduringthe first half of that period flrritbattherehas been a pretty stea Decrease in the last decade Illind finiqb the only northern State where a ftukin occurred brides numbered 10230 compared W kl0852 in 1908 Of this years crop HM were males and 3029 females t Jtonugtheprofesslonalmen physicians fllMl list Ten Attorneys nine HnKrmenV seVen college professor and SliGwspaper men and four artists JXifc their own lives Cases of self rffiitracpn a inbuted to business re M1wereonly eightyone compared I Sfe600 in 1908 This is supposedly jH reining prosperity There w- asstrp ttec The of those who killed elves because of ill Mfannrlp and cases of death by r in Strikes and infanti MMu by highwaymen and other means a decrease of 849 from life gucord of tbe year before fti lyiachingB vic r CAN FURNISH RIGHT HflNO FLUSH RESERVOIR cry i J 4 = tims were negroes and fourteen whites Mississippi leading with 81605231com genes next 1683 100 JpublicI officials 554500 Legal executions 107 against 9Zm 1908 Of these forty took place Northrn and sixty four in Southern States Fiftyfive of the condemned were negroes fortyeight white three and one Indian Pennsylv ania led with twelve and New York was second with ten Its All Good Reading The Dover News in commenting on thee of some subscribers regarding the amount bf advertising car= r n Epilepsy Fits t Convulsions or Spasms and St Vitus Dance are Nervous Diseases cases YJsiren systeDTocine is needed Dr Miles Nervine will be found efficacious and satisfactory It baS cured many cases of these diseases and we believe it will cure you We can give you names of many who throughitsMy son John had epilepsy for years and after having him treated by Tor over 2 years he stilt continued tc have spells I had al most given up In despair but know log the virtur of Dr trifles AntiPain Pills for sick headache I concluded to try the Nervine During June 1908 pve him a teaspoonful threw times a day then In July I gave It as and I could SO that ho was and he has not had a spedlnce August 28 1906 and has taken no medicine since Jan07 I am writing the case just it is lopinG it will Itw N C Your druaas sells Drf Mlles Nerv Ins and we authorize Im te return price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co E1chart Iud cn ii J t J Cookershowoaright Allheavyouand THE MAJESTIC JVIarble THE MAJESTIC Patent TWO MAJESTIC Patent DrippingMadeMiestio Set MadespeciaUyfortbeMajesticSeU Made specially for the Set t J it keep the SHUL r = = == v ried by the papers says Some sub scribers complain of too much tising in their county papers Its not so You cant get tco much for it is actuallsoription Of course he gets his mon eys of entertainment in the reading matter but his financial gain comes from studying the ads If in carefully studying the ads he finds where he can get bargains and save ten here a quarter theirs and perhaps a dollar or two over yonder by patroniz ing the man who tells his prices in the paper instead of paying the pints a pound the whole year round prices at the old place v Dont you see how you will not only save the price of your sub- scriPtion but many times over by buy ing from the man who has the bargains and is not afraid to pay money to the to let you know of them It will pay you to read over every advertisement in this paper Brumfield Mr Alvey N Cram to the Burns Medscal Collage atSt Louis a ties spending holidays with his parents here Miss Mildred Moore of Shelby City soent last week with ner sister Mrs John Helm A little child of Mr Seba Brady lives on the Sharp farm fell end broke its leg just above the knee At this writing it is doing nicely Mr Perry Cox bought a milk cow from Dennis Shumaker for 35 Mr and Mrs James Crane ot Islev Ky are visiting Mrs Blake Cram1 Mr William Armstro g of Clinton Illj returned home Monday 1 Mr Jade Roach and a little daughter of JJWn Clerk have beenvery trck Mrs Clav Wade cam home last Thursday a twoweeks visit to her brother Mr MT at Ohio Mr and Mrs Charles Stewart return ed to their home in Gainesville Tex s after a threeweeks visit to their pir entr Mr and Mrs Boss Stewart Mr and Mrs Wm Pipes of Ca ville Dr and Mrs Pipes of Moreland and Mr and Mrs Ed Pipes of Lyons spent the holidays with Mrs Geo W Pipes r OKWh- at do you think of these fcr Bargain Subscription Offers Daily CourlerJournal For three months and The Spring field Sun one year are being offered until March31 for M y iftz5 The Daily Louisville andThe Springfield Sun are now being both one year f- or3a50 I I It Daily Louisville i and The Springfield Sun are bein offered until January 31 and no longer both one year for 75After Jan 31 this offer will be 325 Daily Evening Post and The Springfield Sun are now being offered both one year for 35Q BRJEEDRS GAZETTE and The Sun both Year190W- EEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and The Sun Doth 1 yeajt150 y WEEKLY and The Sun both 1 FARMERS HOME JOURNAL apd The Sun both 1 yea L75- Send check postoffice money order or paper money to THE SUN SPRINGFIELD KY SfU VEM Set of Majestic ware JT Jc E E tiIf your willcal1at our store during our Majestic Demonstration Week and allow us to show you the many advantage and superior qualities of great and gra Majestic Range andWIt s one 2t the regular price we will hive you FREE beautiful anduseful Souvenir Set or Ware illustrated in this advertisement This ware is made to match the quality of the Majestic Ranges and we know r all ladies will see the beauty and utility of this set especially the first three pieces which are entirely new and cannot be had alone i y ase except t a very hIgh price The prices of Majestic are the same but we give thfe set Free with 6acl Majestic Range bought during dfemoin li stration weekonly i REASONS WHY MAJESTIC YOU SHOULD BUY t F yr it It has the reputation of being best rangemoney can buy t 2 It not only has the reputation is the best range made and we will prove this to you if you will let us It is constructed of Malleable iron material you can li breakand of Charcoal Iron material that resists r st 300 pr cent greater than steelIS rivited together air tight No heat escapes or cold air enters rangetHl t uses little do perfect work f 4 The r serV the price of the range over o her reservoidmade It boils 15 gallons ofWfttelrU is heated like a teakettle with pocket against leftihswd lining and is movable and sets on a frarne henceca- not wear out When water gets too hotfit ca be- movedaway from fire MAJESTIC RANGES heat nothing for repairs three bake better easier clean and better other range market knew positively statements were wouldnt buy Majestic r 1iI fr jICOME IN DURING AND WE PROVE It h Y TZ rtd iaJJ biIII1 IIi 1201760 gifts lynching the health mfeflte riots x103 sevehtytjiree twelve with three Chinamen complaint Most specialists directed as Majestic ii Fr ril = adver worth printer returned the Webb Akron Times offered Herald 1 HERALD year140 Ranges THEGREAT 3 very luelto Itw11 that cents from the the but Death of Mr N R Boone LtC Mr N K Boone son of the late Mr George Bone died this home on the Gilkcy Run pike about two miles from town on Sunday mornidgJan 9th following a short illness of pneumonia He had been in ill health fora number of months About six months ago after treatment at an Infirmary in Louisville it was hoped his health had been fully restored however for the last few weeks he nad aeepied to fail until the attack of pneumonia which developed about four days before death tt Mr Boone is survived by his wife who before marriage was Miss Jessie Harrington daughter of thelateMrT James Harrington of this city and by eight children six girls and two boys two brothers Mr CbarlesBoone of the firm Boone Wiggmton Sisco of Bardstown and Mr Frank Boone of Paducah KVhd one sister Mrs Kate Warren residing in this city Mr Boone was a member of the Boone Bros Distillery Co which was operated in this county for a number of years discontinuing buisness about eight years go Since that time he has given his attentioo to farming and was consideredone of our most experienced and practicatfarmero He was of a kindly social dispositon of affable pleasing manner which together with his many sterling traits of charac ter won for him very many friends to whom he was always loyalanddevot 4The funeral obsequies were conducted at St Josephs church Monday morn inKat ten oclock by Very Rev C J OConnell PastorKy Standard Napoleans Grit was of the unconquerable neversaydie kind the kind that when you have Suppose a bad coldYOUnitdmost disease cod liver oil on doctors have all failed i PrKingsguaranteed when used for any throat or Jun trouble It has saved thousands of hopeless sufferers It toasters stubborn Qemorrhaleslawhooping cough and is the most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial af fections 50c 100 m at Haydon Robertsons lbottieIreeI V i j jfttc HAt l t i U8 Y- ORDERS O- trt r FOR 3 i JOBPIINN Tltt WORK IS v tt T ita THE P i t I t o ii lit t H- ITSlogans h 4 I- It Sewing 1acLincpruns li m awy jtli ms IIlasts longer than any Iothe 1 ianiore beautiful tbtotherIr GtImEE Kai less vifcratio than any otter l t mEEJis easier to operate t than any otLcr mEE rl tmakes aorcedccr a aay IREis the bet ofalleoler Liacd im omc FREE SEWING MACWNtCO CHICAGO n ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROol L As tNJti Sptraft eid 4Ijff f1 Ji t t iJk ii l 1 Ieit J f 1 J I u TIE 1SPItIN F1E SUN WEUNESDAY ANUARY 19 1910 nxmn it i iiirt yTUO w me WITrustyr r i Eracticaltia SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentalworkatreasonab1ePricer All guaranteed Q4ee over flaydter A Barber 1 t m JttiW sr Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELDUCIKYLIf 4l 1tlIiftatua1a1y reliable utl the beet rfng coe in theworM Your insurance solicitedT f rSk M W HYATT V OFFICE OVER a THE RED GROSS DRUG STOR- ESPRIGFIELDiK 2 VCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 m 4 to 5pm Dr JC Mudd lJ PJUNFIELD KENTUCKY it f rf orsicEov t c j HATDONS O fie tIeUrs8 to 9 A x1 to 2 P M in If i- j tt UMPTON M p SPRINGFIELD KYr 11 Office in Opera House + Office phone No 5 Residence No38 t MISS ELLA ADAMSr NUR- j t1 TELEPHONES gatlesf T SCOTT MAYES TrYATLAWt i Springfield Ky C tsad cl1 tC c MIcHORD ATTYATLAVV- f 4Springfield Ky m practice In all Stat and Federal urtst a ID CLAYBROOKE is Ji ATTYATLAW i k Springfield Ey in nsadPGftlS MARSHALL DUNCAN i LAWYER Springfield Ky BuildingwillWashington and adoiNnq counties and jn of Appeals S M tAMrBELL r AUCTIONEER vv Springfield Ky specialtyWgo ilf f H Me MUSSELL AUCTIONEERLebanon Crying of public sales a specialty Can cry sales anywhere cheaper than the cheapest Phone 1 long 1 short Lebanon Exchange O pfNY MAYES Funeral DirectortAnd j Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown HandsoHie Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day lU Night 74 aIITHH SUN ANDBoth pa pees l yr- Btyans Commoner 150 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 150 American 150 Cincinnati 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution175Se- miWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly StLouis Democrat 176 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 ricanEpitomistn L50 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 190 Country Gentleman 200 Farm andFireside 125 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of ReviewsJ825Magazine 285 Scnbners M azinerLedger 00 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harptt Weekly 485 Sunny South L50 11ir r EXCHANGE r3 EXCERPTS + Sayings and Doings of the Press At large rt ir f I Where theressan heir Glasgow Tunes 1Evenmay not be wdrtluhis salt Bourbon Stock Journal I Women neveradmire each other hey admire each others clothes Bourbon Stock Journalv Women do not need hot air saysaJ telegram But they like hot air H Winchester Democrat Turn two new leaves one to quit tattling and the otherto be ore cban table Lancaster Record Theultimate consumer Bewails his dreary fate stomachAndBourbon News fiThe suffragetes can never be suc cessful politicians How can they ever get astride thefence on any questiont OwensborQInqutrerI Mans excuses can not alter Gods plans but a corset can change the shape lie intended for a woman to havei Mayfield Mirror 1tthIthellor butter Mayfield MIrrorI The old proverbs depend largely on he point of view For instance you convince a mouse v that a black cat brings good luckNew York Times A man without either natural or cultivated civility is the most disagreeable in nature outside of a burdock or hedgehog but a woman without the ftof gacioUs and pleasant manners like tfie sight of a blossomless stalk a garden meiant to grov roses Red Man Louisville Every eleventh marriage ends in di voice The other ten repent at leisure Louisville Times It is said that horses were at one time able to talk but it got them into so much trouble that they quit it Hence the terra Horse Sense SunSenti Del Although those Chicago girls have been refused permission to sell kisses or charity there isid10 law thatcan them from them away LBlue+The Old Maids Convention called to meet in Pittsburg did not materialize When true time clime to meet no woman was willing to admitj that she was anc old maidHarrO1 burg HeraldI Printed on a ribbon snow white the emblem of purity a lady here has as motto on a bookmark these beau iful sentiments A little bit of Patience often makes the sunshine come a little bit of Love makes a very happy home A little bit of Hope makes a rainy day ilook gay V And a little bit of Charity makes glad a wearyway Shelby Sentinel I A Woman Lan Have Beautiful Hair Many women do not realize the attractions they possess because they do not give proper attention t the hair The women of Paris are famed for their beauty not because their facial features are superior to those of othe- women but because that Know how to keep young by supplying vigor ludrer and strength to the hair iThree years ago Parisian Sage coil hardly be obtained in America But now this delightful hair tonic and dress Americafor 50 cents a large bottle and Jlney guarantee it to grow beautiful luxur iant hair to turn dull lifeless hair into lustrous hair to atop falling pair stop itching of the scalp Ask for Parisian Sage- 9ttbacribe foe The SUB SLOt year TH irii aad CovritrJoaraal LA Pioneer Distiller Dies lt tIn the deathof Mr John q Mating ly which occurred at his home at St Mary ast Friday morning January 7 1910 Marion county has lost one its mostprgmineilt and worthiest citizen His death was due to a complication of troubles jncidentto old age Funeral services were conducted at St Charles church Saturday Morning in the pres ence of a large chngregation of sorrow g friends and relatives by Father Pike after which the remains were interred in St CharJes cemetery beside hJewfe who preceded him to the grave more than nine years The deceased was one ot the last liv mglinks between the present generation and the pioneers who came from Maryland to Kenaucky in the year 1774 when it was occupied by the Indians whose greatest ambiton was a white mans scato His great grand father Leonard I attingly who came to American from England with Lord Balti mose was probably first among those pioneers who composed what i known as the Hardms creek settlement- In whatever he undertook hewas a r leader Gradually he became a large owner of lands and a successful farmer Erom this he branched out to milling and was the first citizen in Mar oh coun to install operate and own steam boiler and engine flour mill and saw mill This was between the ye irs 1850 ahd1854 and before the era of i ailroads this territory Later he di pose of these at remunerative prices nd embarked in the distilling business and was the first to own and operate a reg istere distillery IJe gradually ncreas ed his distillery istersts oye coming every Difficulty until he becami one of the largest distillers in Kentuc v His greatest success in this line was between 1880 1890 in Louisville wher he was recogidzed as one og toat citys largest- wholesalemerchants Towards the close of the year 1890 hesold allliis interests in the distillery and whisky buisness ond returned to his farm at Sti Masy where he spent his remaining da fortably and unostentaciously jincasyI reach of his large and interesting fami ly V In the year 1894 he was married to Miss Elizabeth Downs daughter of Benedict Downs with her he liyecttor celebrate his goldenwedding To them were born eleven children tenor whom they reared ane educatedLebanon Enterprise Stomach Trouble Cued If you have any trouble withyopr sthmach you should take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Mr J P Kioto of Edina Mo says I have used- a great many different medicines for stomach trouble buttind Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets snore beneficial than any otherremedyI ever used For sale by The Leo Havdon Drug Co The Leader Suspends The Marion County Leader the local Republican organ has suspended publi cation although whether or net the suspension is permanent is at this time unknown The last issue to make its appearance was on Thursday Dec 301No issue was gotten out on either uary 6 or 13 the two publication days since Dec 30 must what disposition will be made of the plant will be deter mined when meeting of the stockhold ers is held The present state of affairs is due largely to a lack of interest on the part of those who owned stock in the comp ansaid an official of the company to an Enterprise represrntative when asked for a statement The venture was not a success financially which probab ly is the reason the stockholders were not more interested A meeting of the stockholders will bjb held at an early date at and thatftime it will be decided upon what wesU do with the plant The Leader be an publication about Enterrprise l Catarrh lannot Be lurid with local as Catarrhdis a or in order to cure it you must take inter nal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucUous surfaces Halls medicineltwaspres pne physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is com posed of the known comp bined with the best blood purifiers act intgredients is what produces such won derful results in curing catarrh Send for testinoniaterfree F J Cheneoy Co Todedo 0 Sold bv price 7c Take Halls Family ills for constipation j A W H J fURRMII i GO Bloomfietd-Q 7 7 ANNOUNCE RATHER THAN CARRY THEIR CLOAKS OVER WILL SELL r Cloaks that sold from I60ft to 2000 at 10tv w to 151Oat 750 tflU vr 600 to 800 at 475 tb 5 Itfili r VERY 11 r PIECE OF FUR AT COSTA IAii Neck Pieces as low as 129 Muff Sets 218 Othersin proportion 111Overcoats at Cst for cash AH heavy dens Shoes Redaced o 100 Mens all woISuits in all sizes I worth 1250 and 1500 for t 595 k1I4Blankets 98cComfoMsat costE Many a dollar is lost offering above goods at these prices We need the room and the money Our loss is your gain INVESTIGATE and convince yourself fjFUHRMAN CO Bloomfield KyCI h ABOUT HYOMEI A Bottle Costs Qnly 50 Cents A Complete Outfit Including Inhaler 100 When The Leo Haydon Drug Co states most emphatically that they wil guarantee Hyomei to cure catarrh or give you your money back what is your answer Are you satisfied with your condition or do you want to rid yourself forever of vile catarrh withts humiliating symptoms such as hawking spitting blowing and bad breath Hyomei is a simple antiseptic med- Icine that you breathe through a small I pocket inhaler over the parts affected by catarrh It is made of Australian encalyptus mixed with other germ killing and membrane soothing antiseptics Get a complete outfit today It only costs 100 and contains everything necessary to cure any ordinary case of catarrh Extra bottles if needed 50c Hyomei is the best remedv in the world for sore throat coughs and colds croup and bronchitis It gives wonder tul relief n two minutes For sale by druggists everywhere and by The Leo Haydon Drug Co Send for free sam pIe bottle and bookletIBooths Hyomei Co Buffalo N Y I MIONACures indf estton It relieves stomach misery sour stomp aqh bolching and cures all dis ease or money back Large box of tab eta 60 Druggists in all towns Those Pies of Boyhod How delicious were the pies of boyhood No pies now ever taste so rood Whats changed The Dies No its you Youve lost the strong healthy stomach the vigorous liver the 3ctive kidneys the regular bowels of boyhood Your diges tion is poor and you blame the food Whats needed A complete toning up by Electric bitters of all organs of di gestionStomach Liver Kidneys Bow yourInew health strength and vigor 50c at Haydon Robertsons uu o SfYIts t II J W S LET US TESTyd + EYES and tit GLASSESWe on the Greatest biDe of Spectacles in Central y t Kentucky Allthe rat est style Glasses And any style Rims Wer can furnish you with the best grade oi goods at the Lowest Prices i 21 JEwitiARW TCHES 1 IWe can Suit You Iii Ex rythHig in the Jewelry Line 1 ED M RUSSELL iI4H I ti + e ++++ J I WNENGRENE t Barbershop I have purchased of Mr Raymond Nally his Barber- Shop next to the Walton hotel and will conduct the business at the same stand I am always ready to serye my customers and ask that you give me a share of your fit patronage i ybarberI am agent for the Home Laundry of Louisville and have a ICleaning and Pressingcall oni me AH work guaranteed Mt + 1 lt J w RRIMMe I1 l- THE SUN AND LOUISVILLE TIMES 3S0 PER YE1l l iII WESTERN GRAPHIC KENTUCKY REPRESENTATION TATLNORMtSC I oa tHM x ltttc1 dtahofa qtMa is a lKktHisstrsi tMiUtlfn tl Utc lion tau Sitirl tit Inllijly Mint k i hi Wit 4hr of M1esttfr tlCIaHU 1 h nmW ef iflt r1ewoMit ftWmW tiynlHAltukm rhUrt ailwi In wk iietcletss tita ksv jetr isaasdsslaia as Ht of b ulsurisi W VMlva neuoi I nsninttts Mtimtii tlMr iknOtIIiIerII tl R1llraofDntlckl tks tlse tn mr tc se ticks 4whirs s1Ki w fi shy t4wsi ss l Ir1 fl 17 a titis sisr WaWlsai ssWt 1 ar 1tlllsltjls pcsaR It1sM ilij4u Jht INIeti 6tees tJHf1l Yi1tit ts sclwl is mduKtt asses is it W rntsIMM spisr k ehbllwa iitidy LAl LWMdU tit iitimi of tbi uiprlff rttikj nfrl lCa mi jmk TJ bittekj art rieMj kssctis myrt rftti iHiiiM fwrpwnwu l i 1r J t rf THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 19 1910i 4 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF 1tBankromg business in town of Mackville County of WshirigtonState of Kentucky 1atthe looeof business on the 28th day of December 1909 RESOURCES 5828893JtealO41 Loans on Collateral e loans on COllateratr irJJ S Bonds t ft Ota r Stocks Bonds Etci IjJ DM from National Banks L + 1368111 Deie from State Banks and Bankers1f r 14 500 86 160000limitedacH Ota and other cash items t e f eo efor Clearing House ilil t Overdrafts secured J 176520Taxes 62IteeU2 Other Real Estate pv Furniture and Fixtures U t 100000 tSTotal L af V 84 35519 toP t iJj LIABILITIES t F i 1500000SwrplueiU vided Profits S7906 25603dDeppeitesubject to check on which interest is paid 1357570 135757Tire0 gavwcs Deposit on which interest is paid Crtit edChecksu Ut ii 57690DIMliCashiersNotes aind Bins rediscounted 3Unpaid Dividends f due and unpaid ilIL ljll vBills able JU L f Amount of unclaimed deposits on8uIvr b Other Liabilities not f 8435519jr State pf ICe nt ytgci J Coantyi of Washington f f sVeart1Hatft tit JE BROWN Cashier JSubtcribed ad sworn to before nie this 12th day of January 1910 f 1 f ORCENETH PETER D C r SWEENEYrf v t IDAN McILVUY Directors I SRINGFIELD SUN n 8TJEb EVERY WJIDNESDAYI SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR lIn Advance H L SMITH Editor asd PublUher T stetered at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission through the inane as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ILOO xlCoithBk 60 lIIree Month 25 t ANNOUNCEMENT FoR CONGRESS We are authorized to announc Hon Ben Johnson of NeLoncounty as a candidate for re from the Fourth Congressional Distnct subject to the i ot Democratic party flLast week President Taft made some 9fpte hungry faithful in Kentucky very happy while at the same time his action caused weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth in other quarters This was due to the first installment of appointments to Federal positions in Kentucky In this the Fifth district apIto succeed J A Craft who has held the office for eight years Collector Craft has made an excellent official but Senator Bradley wno is again in the saddle was behind Petty The latter has been postmaster at Shelbyville and 4fHivate secretary to Senator Bradley and is a well known Republican polio titian A J Patrick of Salyersville was appointed US Marshal for the Eastern District to succeed Marshal Sharpe The local Go 0 Ps are fighting for the other places with the indications that Tim Fields of Ashland will be appointed Collector to succeed So J Roberto J C SPeikhtor MH Thatch r jic ast US District Attorney for the Western district and George Long MarshaI f Fever Sores Fteaver sores and old chronic sores Jhoate Qt be healed entirly but should be inept in healty condition This can bevdone by applying Charabeilalns superiorfotth3spurpose r tChpPed hands sore mpple burns J byiiL r Dissolution of Standard Oil Judge Walter H Sanborn of S Paul who presided over the Unite States court of appeals of the Eighth Judicial district which decreed the dissolution of the Standard Oil com othen e government to dissolve the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey was filed lnSt Iouls in 1906 at the Instance of the then attorney general William H Moody Judge Franklin Ferris of S Louis was appointed special examine- to r hear the evidence and hearings were held In many of the principal cities of the United States The evidence when completed was printed and forwarded to St Louis where itas filed with the clerk of the court There ard twentrone vol w uTE a snoa umes ot evidence more than 25000 pages In all ln addition there are 1500 exhibits The case was argued beginning April 5 last before the full circuit bench Judges Walter H San born Wplls Van Devauter William C Hook and Elmer B Adams Judge Sanborp who wrote the opinion and decree was appointed to the bench in 192 Senator Davis of Minnesota being bis la a native of New was sponsorferaised on a farm gradu aced from law supporting h 1bH lf meanwhile by Teaching school In 1870 after his ad mission to the bar he removed to Paul where he has since resided the time of his appointment to the fed Jral bench be was regarded as one of the ablest lawyers In the northwest Smite Clerk Former Actor John 0 Crockett the Tending clerk of the United States senate was for merly an actor and Ibis reading of the bills Is accomplished with great drap matlc force and enthusiasm He was clerk of the supreme court of Iowa but resigned his position ito go to Washington when be was Notified of Ids choice by the senate committee His voice and enunciation are unusual 4y clear and when It rises and falls wlth oratorical emphasis It toothet nahy a membet of the patI f w In Loving Remembrance of Ethel Turner As God in His wisdom selects the sweetest souls to adorn His heavenly kingdom we are notsurprised that He sent His angel to the home of Ethel Turner on the night of Jan 14 1910 at midnight and bade her come up higher The deceased was seriously ill for twelve days of that much dreaded di sease pneumonia Her temperature was so high and breathing so short that her relatives and friends had very little hope of her recovery from the first of her illness Ethel was the oldest child of Mr and Mrs Hartford Turner was born March 17 1887 and died Jan 14 1910 thus being 22 years 9months and 27 days old She leaves a father mother two brothers one sister several aunts and uncles to mourn her early death Ethel spent the first eighteen years gf her life at her fathers home near Mack yule where she numbered her friends jy her acquaintances and then was called by her avocation to Indianapolis where she Spent the greater parrot ther last four years of her life She made many friends while in that city as was shown by the words of sympathy and the floral tributes that were sent from there She possessed what only a few Can call their wnan unspotted char acter an amiable disnosibon and strict business principle She joined the Methodist churchwhen quite young and lived a consistent Christian life Her funeral services were held at the church of which she was a member by Rev Baird and the immense crowd gave evidence of the estimation in which she was held whilex the many beautiful floral designs testified that her loving friends wanted to remember her in cAlltwas done eVery wish she expressed dwas gratified by her heartbroken rela tives and this should be of sweet con solation to them in this lonely time off grief Lookup dear father mothers broth ers sister uncles and aunts and think of these consoling words spoken by her sweet lips to different members of the dietMeet me in heaven brother Mama cant you go with me and if kind Providence would have permitted our sinful vision to have seen those pearly gates open to receive her spirit your tears would be dried and you would never wish her back Years will come and pass away But you dear Ethel have gone to stay Well miss your smiling pleasant face As none on earthcan take your place Well humbly bow to the will of God As He says to us Pass under the rod Hoping and praying supported by His grace Some duy to behold you face to face ONE WHO LOVED HER DEEP CREEK Mr and Mrs George Elliott enter tamed on last Saturday as their guests Mr Will Arnold wife and two sons Freddie and Arthur Mrs Francis Arnold Mr J A Russell and Mrs Josie Holderman The little daughter of Mr W Hr Elliott is very sick at this writing We hope for her speedy recovery Mr WB Carpenter and family have moved to J HO Elliot s farm We are having god prayer meeting at Beech Grove church every Thursday night Everybody invited Mrs Josie Holderman Mrs W B Carpenter and Mrs Ida Elliott wet guests of Mrs Bell Elliott Monday af ternoon Mr Anderson Holder an sold his farm to his uncle Joh Elliott for 4500 Possession next year bAtOn October 18 last my little three year old daughter contracted a severe cold which resulted in a bad case of bronchitis says Mrs W G Gibson Lexington Ky She lost the powe power of speech completely and was a very sick child Fortunately wa had a RemQdyinmg to the printed directions On the second day a threat deal better and on the fifth day Oct 23rd she was entirely well of her cold and bronchitis I attribute to this splendid medi ChamberlatnsccughRemedy the surest safest and quickest cure for colds both for children and adult of bVI 0I tfoHHMfofr v j f + CLEARANCESALE1t j OF Iiri Ladies Tailored Suits Cloaks fOlSI I + One lot 25 and30 SUltsfor e14 98 OK and1500Z 898Tv + Childrens and Misses CIoaKsat HALF PRICE tI L Li II iT Pricehso tIt ft 2 Special Low prices on Ladies White Waists ftlack Same waists + and Silk and Sartfne PettICoats t AX Bargains in every department Come and be convinced t R0BERTSONCLAYBROOKE iNCORPOjfATED t +SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY +++++ +++ + + +++ Dr G r TBOrtonRES- IDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield Ky ftlce in Hagon Block np stairs Local News Notes for fine laundry work go to Greenes Barker Shop FOR RENTAbout 8 acres for com and 8 for oats MRS LAt VEST ESTRAY On Jan 2 a blade cow with white bead about 4yearsold strayed from my place near Graded School Reward for any information of her whereabouts r MH COYLB Sell your H des and Furs to Grinstead He pays highest prices At Jones of stand MrJ B Peyton of near town sold maleICome and see the great cooking won der at our store all next week You have a chance to get a Souvenir Set of Wire free See large advertisement in this paper MCELROY SHULTZ Get a Majestic Souvenir Set of Ware at McElroy Shultzs store during demonstration week Jan 24 to 29 I The Ladies of the Methodist church will serve dinner on county court day in April In Monday eYE ings Louisville Times among a group of prominent Kentucky Legislators was a picture of Hon T D Graham of this county who is tak ing a prominent part in legislative affairs Sell your Hides and Furs to Grinstead oldestand I Buy a range with a reputation and take advantage of our Free Offer dur ing our Demonstration Week Jan 24 to 29 Come in and let us show you MCELROY SHULTZ Mr T Scott Mayes has sold his house and lot on Grundy Avenue which he recently acquired from E L Davison boughtrfor a home and will move his family to town immedi- atelY We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good tobacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OR PR DEATS Bardstown Ky LadieS20LongBlack 200 +Coats for + Ladies 15 Long Black SCoats for + tLong Lawn The G0 The Ladies of the Baptist church will serve Court Day Dinner in February Mound City Paints may cost a ifte moue but Mr Leo Haydon For firstclass Clearing and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop Drop in our shore during our Majestic Demonstration Week Jan 24 to 29 and let us show yoiS why the Great and Grand Majestic Range is the best or earth A Souvenir Set of Ware worth 800 given with every Majestic Range sold MCELROY SHULTZ Its worth f8QO to you to read our advertisement in this paper so dont overlook it MCELROY SHULTZ Ben Johnson BoomI K On At Frankfort Friends of Congressman Ben Jonnson receptiodn and say that his popularity has been shown conclusively during the last few days They say that several ofthe men mentioned as possible candidates for the Democratic nomination for Governor tlfewhimIl IMf Johnson came to Frankfort fo opening t the Legislature an took a large room at tne Capital Hotel where he has had headquarters for his friends The big room which is at th ladles entrance to the hotel has been LIB UJ rawr rar art CO any and cost less is and This lathe first and only concern the world to tan leather and sell shoes made from the raw material direct to you less all You get service able and wholly shoes at CO make more shoes than any factories There ate several hundred styles espe Bally for kinds of work at prices from 150 to 3 Better Shoes for Less JUotiey Sold at harness hop the center politcial activity aadh been full ot people all day and tooet libe night The way fr all over have crowded to Mr to pledge to him their sppport has shown Mr Jolts sons triends sav that hets the strong est man in the party to for Governor It has certainly been a tribute to tiite man and his worth to see the of men who go to him with good will and whq say nice tbwgs about him It was known to Mr friends that lie WM well liked and a good mixer but the ovation which has been given him in this week has opened the eyes of eves his most ardent admirers They My they knew hd was strong with the people but didjnbt know could coat mand the that he has already shown by his visit to Mr Johnson says he is going to be in the race for the Mina tion for and he belrvea and ol course is confident that be will elect ed if he is Mr Johnson will be in several days looker until the takes a recess Hist friends say that he has his greatly by his visit to jubilantthe way he and the have received by the members the General and those the sea sions as Courier J Jan L Speed ofthepassed a bylaw allowing Motorists it s1ethe city star qtr I rr IIDE TO WEARERr Iir r = rr r r r IU r INVEl E1 r x OFSf TR S r rr r rr r rr rr r Workingmens shoes madebyENDICOTT JOHN SON possess better wearing qualities than others Every pair comfortable in mlddlemensprofits satisfactory a forelsewhereENDICOTT JOHNSON for workingmen othertwo in America designed different ranging only in Springfield of Democrats Kentucky Johnsons headquarters maktherace clouds expreaeiow of Johnsons Frankfort he strength FrankforL Democratic Goyernor be nominated Frankfort Legislature strenortbCBed candidacy Frankfort candidacy beeBJ of Assembly attending spectators rLimit to efAtK1 ENr strong IGeorge lBtgem811ftIi f 1 II t t iJiTH SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 19 1910 7i = = = F JANIARYLCarpets Rugs t 1f r Rugs 9X12 Axminster Rugs 21 to 2500 9x12 Tapestry Rugs S1o to 1750 4x7 Smyrna Rugs 495 I 30 003X 60 250 3x6 Axminister Rugs u rit 375 27x54 250y 3x6 Velvet Rugs 295 27x54 Velvet Rugs I35 t l 12 We have a rood in all foods all of t DO b 1 HONE 72 I TEETH t WITHOUT ilhtor Danger Aft Wnrk Done in this office Is in every respect and Gt1A EE ZOver ItcElroy Shaders Grocery 1 aa I I n 0- Q Visitors In and Out of Town A Round Up of th Weeks 0I 4 Dt Personal News n- pjo atei Mrs r Y Mayes and Mrs Sadie Buster spent Monday in Louisville far J s Claybrooke has returned f from Scottsboro Alit iMru J Cp McElroy was in Louis villa last week rrMr and Mrs R C Boblitt were in Lebanon Tuesday r=MrV and Mrs Richard Kelly have moved to Mr J F Simms farm near town = W illiam Litsey is visitmghis grand parents Judge and MrsL Litsey Mr and Mrs S C McGill are in Lebanon today V 0 =Miss Flaget Simmsis spending sev eral weeks in Louisville the guest of Miss Ida Charles Carroll =Mr and Mrs T Mayes have given up housekeeping and are at Mrs IJJ =Miss Josie Lee is recovering after a several weeks illness of pneumonia Gertrude Stocker and Mary Bruce Hprsfc of Bardstown visited liege Monday RESOURC tILean Dunts 323311 U 5000000- Banking House and Fixtures 400000 Overdraft tV 919407 Cash and due from Banks 7036121 s Total M44678839 Capital Stock 4i 5000000 Surplus Fund 3600000 Undivided Profits 4040 57 350000 Dejipeits 30324782 J r JTQtali 4446788 39 t i CarpetsAxmirjster Carpets t1OfOTapestry CarpetsJ5c and 90c Ingrain 45c 65c and 75c Mattirijgs 12c 15c 20c and 25c Lace Curtainsl 400 50C 75c 1 125 150 up to 400 t Wall Paper i 457 up to 2O cents assortment these Special prices on winter goods during month January Cunningham Duncan Co IiI tS1 IVSTALLARD EXTRACTED flrstI iustasadvertic- lasse QaaQQaoQ Personal Notes oQQQoQQOQI- t Scott ClarksonsI Misses LIABILITIES Carpets135c Jr Miss Sue Ray will leave the latter part ot the week for a visit to Miss Maude Blythe in Mason City Iowa iMrs Margaret Norman and Mrs David R Litsey left Tuesday for Nash wile lenn Mrs J C Shader MrsT J Con way and Miss Mattie McGill will spend the latter part of the week in Louisville Lawrence OBryan TommyColvin- and Lonnie Campbell spent Sunctayand M mday in Louisville Mr W S GibbS of Shelby ville is visiting here F Col John B Waihen of Lebanon bas in town last week Mr Q C Pace of Lebanon visited Springfield yesterday Messrs G A Dahoney Joe Phillips andT M Estes of Lebanon were present at the tobacco sales today Mr J V7 S Clements of Louis ville spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother Mrs Lizzie Clements of near town Misses Anna Blanche and Mary LeeI Wiesen of Louisville after a visit to their aunt Mrs WE Leachman have entered school at St Catharine Mr Joseph Edelfen left last week for New CastleJEnd where he will ac cept a position with a large automobile establishment Misses Jennie Leachman Nan nie Thompson are visiting friends in Louisville r Miss Bess McDowell of Danville will arriye todayto bethe guest of Miss AnnieiMcChord Mrs Sue C McEI Y spent part of last week in Louisville FMr Robert Graha of Louisville is visiting relatives hero Mr and Mrs JRMahon and chil dren of Lebanon spent Sunday with Mrs Mahons parents Mr and Mrs f E S Mayes Sr j STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION t OF THE First ationa1 BankSPRINGFIELD KY At GlosJUfe Business December 31 1909 SBonds iST 5000- 000CirculationJ BillS Rediscounted j and Gross Earnings past 6 mbnths 82281- Bal Undivided Profits 339703 Total L llv623 14 Disposed of as follows Paid Dividend No 76 of 6 percent 300000 Added to furpJusFund2per cent 100000 Paid Expenses 27575- Paid Tdxes 82498 Leaving Undivided Profits 8 per cent 404- 05Total1162814 7 e i r rtTCaperV j IfN 1it tfI Mr J R Gore and family left Tuesday morning for Washington City where they will remain during the present session of Congress Mr Gores duties as private secretary to Hon BenJ Johnson calling him to the national capital Larue County Herald Dr Knapp at Lexington A great deal of interest has been manifested editorially and otherwise throughout the South in the coming tour of Dr Seaman A Knapp of the Department of Agriculture in January and many inquries have been received by him asking what topics he will dis cuss on his journey Dr Knapp has very kindly consented to furnish the press and through the press the tarn ers with the subjects of his addresses At Lexington Ky where he will speak on January 21st at 200 P M his subject will be Kinds of Husbandry Suited to the Blue Grass Territory in which it will be shown that the blue grass region is especially adapted to certain lines of husbandry and these are among the most profitable of all The same general method will be pursued in the addresses in the several states outlining in each such policies as are most important and applicable to the rural popnlation ShiPworm Threatens Disaster The teredo or shlpworm which In the days whey vessels were made of timber was responsible for more dis asters than any other causels nov threatening the Canadian timber tradeSEMIANNUAL STATEMENT OF TIE Peoples Deposit Bank SPRINGFIELD KY At close of business December 31 1909 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 7130299 Overdrafts W 474220 Banking House 500000 Cash on hand and Due from Banks 6128747 Total 44233266 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 5000000 Surplus 3100000 UndivldecllJrofits f 91935 Individuat Deposits 36041331 1Total 44233266 Gross Earnings Six months 932700 Bal undivided profits July 11909 1533211086021 Disposed of as follows Paid dividend No 40 sixper cent 300000 Added tosurpl 7 per 9cent 350000 expense account 344086 BaL undivided Profits 919351086021 GEO D ROBERTSON Prest 1 H THURMAN VicePreat J A BOULWARE Cashier WC McCHpRD Asat Cbri r br FADS OF THE FAIR News For Pajamas Girls Tunic Lines Appear on Wraps Girls whiff sleep In pajamas are ordering dainty coat and trousers sets of tan blue white or mauve sheer mad ras dotted mercerized cotton challle wash silk or flowered dimity They are bound with launderable ribbon and closed with cords nnd large silk cov ered buttons Many of the most elaborate wraps are assuming draped tunic lines and A FASHIONABLE FUOpK OF 8KBGE have taken on knottings and fussiness ntthe bottom which distinguished tunic models during the past summer 4 novel trimming that appears on even the plainest of coats takes the form of th1separate of cloth which are nrn lines alternated here and there a series of curvelike scrolls- A charming little frock for a girl Is here depicted It Is relieved from over severity and Is strtnrt yet youthful in effect and it can be utilized for a great many different materials French serge In a pretty catawba shade with trimmings of applique and with yoke and cuffs of lace is1 used In the dress illustrated r JUDIC CHOLLET ILThis May Manton Is cut for girls fourteen and sIXteen years of agf Send cents to this office giving num ber 6191 and it will be promptly for warde to you by mail If in haste send an additional two cent stamp for letter postage which insures gore prompt delivery FANCIES IN FURS Regular Whoppers of Muffs Are Worn This Season The Bolster Varieties Broad ermine scarfs with white brocade bands having the design outlined with antique sliver thread or black beads and with a fringe of tails are a delightful adjunct to the evening toilet They are lined with chiffon or lace The biggest muss of the season are In bolster style at least threequarters otn yard long and exactly the size of a bolster roll These long muffs are FASHIONABLE SLEEVES also called automobile mugs and a Persian lamb specimen Is tbougnt es pecially smart Next in size comes the granny muff which makes up In breudtn what tbi bolster offers In length The granny mutt is made of very flu fy fur and is very big and soft andcvddly One of the faddy mu of the sea son Is the toy dog affair This is about the size of a Pomeranian and appears in white or black fox with the head of the animal attached All sorts of sleeves are being used this winter both plain and fancy Here are four that can be utilized in various ways The sleeve that corn bines the plain material with the tucks Is adapted for remodeling The draped sleeve Is letter carried out in thin fabrics while the plain sleeves are Just the regulation tight variety of manche JUDIC GHOLLET May Manton patterns of these sleeves come including the four designs under one cover in sizes small 32 to medium from 88 to 88 large to 42 Inches bust measure Bend cents to this otnce giving number and the pattern will be promptly forwarded to you by mall If In haste send additional tWP cen tamp for letter postage which Insures flora prompt delivery VVtV TTTTJ Noticeij Katie Hertlein Bro Fresh bread Cakes Candies and Fruits and Celery TT TTVALLEY HILL Tae rain of the past wee k has failed to unearth anYthing of especial inter e tto the readers Yet despite that fact several of our citizens braved th breeze and made a few social calls Mrs Thos Baker of Pleasant Grove visited friends at this place Wednesday Messrs Jas Gregorv and John Goat ley were guests of Mrs J W Hughes Wednesday Miss Imogene Goatley was the guest of her cousin Miss Pearl Goatley last weekend v Rolley Simpson who had been very ill of typhoid fever is out main Miss Virginia Foster of Louisville continues the guest of relatives here T CTatumis an actiye buyer of good tobacco on the local markets Rev Hanlptonof Louisville was the guest lof W T Snider and wife Satur day and Sunday filling his appointment at the New Hope Baptistchurch Sunday Mr T A Tatum is attending the in terest of toe mercantile business atthfe place during the absence of our genial merchant Mr J Watt Clements of Louisville visited his mother of place Saturday and Sunday Miss Nannie Pinkston of Litsey spent last week as the gust of relatives at this place Mr and Mrs Walter Derringer spent Sunday with J E Derringer of this place r L Miss Pearl Gpatley has returned to her home here after a brief visit to relatives in Springfield Hughey Goatlity and sons sold tihe remaining 1740 pounds of theiij 1919 crop of tobacco to Chas Camdenat15per cwt Monday 1 jIWe regret the death of Will Grace who died Sunday at the home of his father Mr Ed Grace of near Litsey after ashort illness ot pneumonia Con dolence is meted out to the bereaved parents and relatives by their many friends Walter and Ray Goatley were guests atElmHillSundayYour had the pleasure of being capsized Sunday evening while driving in the impenetrable darkness that was so promiscuously shining on that date Aside from getting muddy therewas1nWe note with particular regret that we lose our valuable Deep Creek cor respondent We regret very much to give up reading her interesting letters and hope to hear from her wherever she may go and wish her success in her new home The deep snow of the post two weeks departed as gently as It came How ever it left us decidedly in the mud Most all of the tobaccos has been stripped in this section and soldon the local loose leaf markets bringing on the average an unusually good price Wepotice that Messrs Sturgeon and Wycoft have purchased an interest in the armers Warehouse and we wish them unalloyed success which they certainly Words are to express our appreciation pf the kind remarks made byU the editor in the last issue of The Sun Indeed we appreciate that sort I r We have several ice cream freezers which were sent out last and never returned We would like to have them sow them ready for next sea v 50nlf you have one of1thera please telephone us and We wiH call and jet it Fresh Oysters nearjthis deserveI inadequate summer canget of bouquets It Is much nicer to tIavthem when one can appeciate tiMj when the fragrant thereof peraMafe the very soul of the recipient and jjfe his heart to oerflowing with rttle atasy TIS better than to havevgrave strewn with blankets of vieet rose emblems or vases 6f lilies kfe beauty of which we see not and lie fragrance thereof is wasted on desert air I would that every one could ai taro the habit of speaking plainly thetc saatimeats It is true there ate tbcc things which are better unsaid nevertheless be not deceitful And lit us add by wav of parenthesis life writer has had lots of things to aetetalt- for by telling the truth as a cotposr dent not Otherwise Since our career began in reportorial work 7 years Rin the old S B O at Pleasant Grtivtlwherein wasedited a monthly journs known to the school as The Frida r Afternoon Visitor ofi which thewriter had the distinguished honor of beutf editor one month and thatbroker the school we have never recetvW much praise as the editor expressed m his last issue therefore we are toetuf our horn tootan it for The Sun felt Long may it live and prosper And 2iiFras long as it is true td Democracy tint long will the editor be a friend ofmait To him we extend a hearty th ank ypjfS t BROOKSV1LLE v 3 jfThose who visited Mr and Mrs hi wCheatham r J WWalls Mrs Sallj NoelMjci Pope Bishop and family Mr Saafi Yocum and wifeHesterNoei andNeot Cheatham A delightful day was ap a 1 Elmer Montgomery is on the ckJIsit Mr Clifton C ume and Miss Hadfe Eddleman of Bptland spent front l v urday till Thursday with Carl and BkaK tra Cooksey f r Mr Jim Cheatham of Rochell liliaoir is visiting relations here c i 1 I Oscar Shirley was at thISi place Sviii t day f Messrs Joe Noel and George iriiJ were lit Springfield Thursday George Colvin bought a crop of twbwci co from Bob Robinson price urikaon Mr Harve Barnett and wife JtndCfft Walls visited relatives at I4itI weekiIMr John Terree and wife of Indira a few days Here Misses Vennieand BettieWalls sperilk- sSaturday I afternoon with MatsdNoeL Mr J J Sharp and little daufkt Adeline visited relatives at Mercer ice week Mr Royalty of Tatham anaSmwfc Keeling was the guest of MlgSNpa Cheathan Sunday Mrs Creed Settles pflindnatwiofji with her parents Mr andJMrs OarAMr is very sick A Sprained Ankle As a rule a man will feel well satisg if becan hobble around on crutches asp 2 or 3 weeks after spraining hw TiflfX and it M often 2 or months befiiii- s fully recovered This k MI vmtti iry1oIr time a4 by xpplya iSfbmm berlin Liniment se lrw espe may U anlebee1fte ii to ISIS II one weaka Was arf fe miny r1J within three days SeI tyfvSfe H vIr t L 1 i Y Li t J1JHESPRINGFI tDSUNtWEDNESD YJXNUARYJ Jl J 1 L 19 1910 r 4I tJ The crap Book Greetingt r the pet of tht Sierras and Blank the west swan of Packingfpwn went pilHfrlfMigeat the guarded re heat of ygreatr metrlst they conj fgeM themselves to the poets faith ii1Cpcbels i Mr Watts Dunton- t The latter withdrew to break the- aewq3ftt t Swjaburne and tk Tte J ors ben think anxiously of the Act things they wasted to say Jet itin took a firm grip of his flowing JI hjekwi wfcite flan fingered fiter- v1afy a Beat roll of manuscript in ana irpqckpt goon A door was opened f aa upper floor Dunton was heard to make his announcement and then jtfce rick voice of the author of Lau- sy eneria tiNted down the stairway Tell Miller to come up Tell the tberman to io to hell t Redemption CUmlr ti tearsWklcki Another link to strengthen them i But seek to gather from thy life As spinning dally threat by thread j webjef glory strong arld bright tAwiMkthy soul each passing hour Whilst flinging wide Its shining mesh 11Te question Am I living rfghtr G M Wheelock In a Minute yAn Irishman who was of course amecf t1ent to heavenand wjas rljwBt at the door by St Peter Pat jMMtd the time of day politely with ties cvardiaa of the gate and cOto everytiieafdYes this la a great place With us- a million years are just like a minute and a million dollars are like a cents that Inquired Pat medita moindIIndinYes returned St Peter In a mln1 ate 1 l A Hard one iTw ladies one young and the outer somewhat ancient were rather urifor iuate In not being asked to dance at a party they were attending The younger lady said spitefully as abe sat beside tbe other during a waltz myJYou l1 be lucky If you do snapped 4the older lady EnlightenedwVictor d tin Invi oahosee f j dine were wittily tensed lies pre xCieuseB radlcales The dinner time came and yet no butler appeared to proqounce the for KFinally71 vice pesldent of the senate ap t ch the mistress of the bouse and said laughing Pardon me but have yoleadu The lady whispered In replY Both eration Yes We were to have been fourteen but M Le Koyer has excused 1vYe sad to for a substitute Theres one of our guests here who would nev er slt down if we were thirteen at ta able A moment later M was talk ttg With Victor Hugo Can you Imagine why we dont dine be asked tbe poet Its cause theres some jackass here who is afraid of sitting do WB thirteen at table And Hugo replied severely and solemnly I am that Jackass Perfectly Proper r A young preacher who was staying at a clergy house was In the habit of retiring to his room for au hour oc more each day to practice pulpit ora to At such times be filled the house wlthsotands of fervor and pathos and e ptIr d it of most everything else Phillips Brooks chanced to be visit i ga friend in this house one day when the budding orator was holding forth Gracious me exclaimed the bish terror4PraySit down bishop his friend re plied Thats only young D practic ing what he preachesItt The Promenade Stopped Captain Deerlng when he was Ig command of a steapjer running from enabletotramptramp of some star gazing pas ifenger on the hurricane deck over bead After turning and twisting in eJtramping still continuing Deering enraged at the loss of his sleep rasliedout in his night shirt and JI bel the ladder to the hurricane deck cTh promenading passenger was frightened fealfout of Ills wits by the specter in white climbing up the ladder Iwt was somewhat reassured when the Tsp cter bawled out Say you where rata you going To St John replied the promenad er s t3pt a QketT pursued the ghost bltvewell confounded fool go artd ile dove somewhere You ndrijt iwalk all the way to St John rMrt tlleet1Int De riug and the lKomN JMtopped right there I TAME IIY CRPA RISotl Th e Pictur Mu Cusearf Merely Commonplace Sifht Can you dtrec tme to Wilsons cas manwhto the road The old man squinted his eyes and took ah exhaustive survey of the quest flower Takeyour first right and follow it untiloucome to a fork where theres l slowlyandlow thatrod till you come to1 the next crossroad and then bear off to your left again When youve gone a piece tin that road tlsnt much moren a patchyoull come on Simmons house Youll know him because he Wears plaid trousers ago 1 never saw any Wig like m anywhere else Green nd blue and red plaid they are and his wife makes em for blmSoJDesay- they like the looks ofem and some dont Ive heard different feelings ex keepfromoricm Ill wager There was a man somuchMr Simmons direct me to the cas cads The old man blinked at him a mo meIlfiI think be can he answered but after youve seen them plaid trousers a little water running over rods will seem pretty tame to you A Mistake In the Paper What a woman doesnt know about newspapers isnt woitb knowing The other morning Mrs Blank wad talking to her I husbltDdIdied on Sunday It Is a mistake my dear replied the husband he died on Monday But the paper said Sunday InltheI thought so too at first but I got a half dozen copies of the paper and it was the same in all of them They certainly couldnt have made the mis take overland over again- The husband tried to convince her but it was no use and he gave it up Cheerfulness Every one mn st have felt that a cheerful friend Is Jllma sunny day which sheds its brightness on all around and molt ot us can as we Choose m ke of this world either a pal ace or a prison Lubbock Cause atd Effect Rev Dr Ritchie of Edinburgh though a very clever man once met his match When examining a student as to the classes he attended be said I understand you attend the class for mathematics Yes How many sidepi has n circle Two said tle student Indeed What are they What a laugh In the court the students answer produced when he prpmptly lnlduAn inside and an out side The doctor next inquired And you attend the moral philosophy class aIpoV yes Well you doubtless lectures on various subjects Did you ever hear one on cause and eflecOtf Yea Does an erect ever fin be ore a cnuse XesUlveme an instance A barrow wheeled bya man The doctor hastily sat down and proposed no more questions Suicidal HI am trying to find my brother said the gentleman from England tim idly to th fierce looking person with a sheath knife In one silo of his belt and a six sbo tErlu the other He was In this neighborhood about four HB CAIifeKD KB A IiIAB STBANOB- five years ago His name was Wil liamson Williamson kinder goody goody chap t Yes hafts the mane Guessl did know him He commit tedjjurclde three years ago My brother committed suit cide Why he was the last man In the world to nave done such la thing Was he ill orln troulle dr what j He called me a Hntstranger Not lrugft Up ji1 prominent Boston pastor who sj 0nfc vacation in Maine relates an experience with a youngster of the pIne Tree State While walking one pleasant morning 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Aso ciatlonVJ My dear said Mrs Robert Gilbert Parks to her husbujnd at the breakfast table one morning bare decided that we must send Evelyn to Randall Phillips college aftertUl It is the best school In the suite even if they do have those horrid scholarships That is the only objection for all the other girls are an exceptionally exclusive lot as I have been at pains to rind out But she must go though she be compelled to associate occasionally with a washerwomans dug ter if one should win La scholarship and be f good moral cbaracter enough to satisfy the faculty f So Evelyn Lucille Parks was entered at RandallPhillips the same talE that i SHRS IN FOR A smaLl Della daughter of the Widow of a poorrtftie idhlibdistclerythan achieved the ambition of ther fernnd matriculated at the school n the scholarship she and her mot er had made every known sacrifice to win As the school year went by though it did not take Della long to find that the hardly won scholarship did not entitle her to sodnl honors In the school She came to be known only as a greasy grind and when the time came for tie freshmen to be chdsen for the college societies sheI waited in vain for the longed for tap on the shoulder Drifts was the great est disappointment Della had ever ungUfepelladormitory with her own maid to wait upon her She was compelled to take Ia small room In the town for which she paid out of her earnings by doing mending cleaning gloves making fudge and washing the hair of the luckier girls who were given a good ai loWance by their doting parents Among her first patronesses was Eve lyn Parks Pretty light hearted generous Eve lyn was not long in becoming a general I favorite in the college but it seemedtimpossible for her to adhere sufficiently the rules to make her an equal favorite with the faculty IAs Della sat working In Evelyns rooms one afternoon after lecture hours the latter came flying in and flung herself down on the rug in front of the Ore Its all over Della she exclaimed hMy doting parents wilt know after tomorrow that Im a disgrace to the farfiilyifdr flacan Seyver in1tittie world pasS that geometry exam Della looked up with consternation written on her face Why Evelyn she cried dont say that You know you have failed to come up to the stnndard In three other studies and that will mean ex pulsionI walled the miserable Evelyn but what can I do Im not a brilliant student like you1 wish now Id been a greasy igrhidrand 1 dont remember enough geometry to till a p geThe only thing feau do Is to cut and then even though Im suspended Ill have another Chance lat er With sinking heart Della Henning monitor marked Evelyn Parks nb sent the next morning at chap l the mark that spelled suspension When the girl returned to college three weeks later somewhat subdued by a soJotrn id the little cottage reserved by the college authorities fot1such delin quents she saw her after a jolly nfternoonlnherdrooms which her as a wel come Im going to do it this time Della she said If it means losing the basketball team And Im going to help you an nounced the little scholarship girl looking up from the interminable mending Evelyns clothes seemed al ways to be undergoing But you havent the time remonstrated the pretty gtrlBow can you coach me when you have so much to do out of hours At least you must Jet me pay you The other girl flushed 1 Oh I will be t Ur1ghtshean wer ed Indeed you mustnt sayJr Impulsively Evelyn threw her arms around her adoring friend Forgive me Della aim cried Of course Ill let you help me and 1 know po one else could pull me through like youo Through the weeks that followed Della stuck faithfully to her task en couraging the weaker girl to renewed effqrts when she would nave given pI the tight Almost every moment of her afterI noons was taken up In this way Oc casionally thoughtless Evelyn gave i thought to Delias neglected dutles1 but the other put her off with a laugh saying she had had a windfall Evelyn could not know of the hours of the night when her friend sat by her student lamp In her cold room sewing with cramped flhgers un til the first gray light came the faded curtains of her poor JlttJeI room Neither could she know how ottenI the Ilt monitor came to chapel with out breakfast or when her dinner was an ectyilr from the candy man on tbeIcorner Examination day came and it was a ditIeri lit Evelyn who fused it At the close ofthe day she rushed to her friend Oh Ive won Ive won she criedI with a bear hug And D Ua hone with the lightest hoar she hadI known since she had been Ijmored by the Deltas There was a queer feeling In her head and her hands were pry and hot as was her mouth She ad just sat down wearily to her sowing when there came a tap at the dOor It WaRI only her landlady who bad for a chat but Della Incol slderntelyI greeted her by tainting The poor woman was panic stricken Hastily she got the girl to bed anti sent for the doctor Hm hs said shaking his head at sight of the girl Shes in for a sieges Lack of nourishment and too great mental and bodily strain conspired to bring omit bud fpierI You shes a college girl Has she n people Youd better send for ahem Im nfrald her mother cant afford to come unless the college people1 answered Mrs Hobbs doubtfully Ill speak to the president said the doctor as hp lEt the rdmIShe must have a better place than this and n nurse if fines to pull IthWqghr t f The president was bland aad apologetic He wasso sorry but there seemed nothing to do The girl was Scholarship jiirh and they had al readyt2vtt fuelr duty Jby her Could not she be sent to a pupils hospital The doctor flounced out of the pres idents stuHy without a word Ashe strode across the campus a group of laughing girls sitting on the steps of n building singing in tile twilight caught his eye He stopped abruptly ana went over to them Young ladies he said I dont believe you are as heartless as your president and Im going to appeal to you There Is one of your fellow stu dents dangerously m without money and if she dont get the proper atten tlon she is going to die and her death will be on the bead of this schools president if she does he added bit terly I know most of you belong to wealthy families and think you will beT willing to help this girl who is sick only because of lack of proper nourishment and because as her land lady Informs me she has been sitting up till morning every night trying to eke out an income It was noble of her of course to try to get an educa tion under sub conditions but It is likely to be fatal Her name Is Della Hennlng andlij Evelyn Parks jumped up from the steps Della she cried remorsefully Why Its all my fault W 1 should say we would help her doc tor Come on girls Well go at once When Dr Martin led the group of girls Into Deltas cold little hall room she was raving with fever She knew Evelyn though Oh hare you brought them to tell me Ive been picked tar the Deltas Evelyn she cried thickly t I knew you would do It Youre so good to me r The girls looked at each other remorsefully it was their first intima tion that the greasy grind had such an ambition as she went on Oh and wont mother tbe pleased She cant understand why Ive failed In that and she set her heart on Itso Glrlssnld Evelyn she must be moved out of this at pnce Cant she be carried ton her mattress to a better room doctor she asked Then she rushed out to a telegraph office and sent for a trained nurse from the city In three hours the nurse wits In charge of the sick girl who had been removed to a big room downstairs where here was a cozy open tire and It was the nurse herself who had to chase Evelyn Parks and her chums away later At the meeting of the Delta Kappas the next night Evelyn Parks told them the whole story uVe have never known what real nobility and worth were girljs she said soberly and w q came u ar los ing the grandest girl in school hrough our snobbishness When was through Della Henning l mouslychosenA SIt later when sick girl was able to sit up by 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soon have a tortune in his little jjirdea An Indigestion t Remedy Free erwiseidyspepsia When you consider that the stomach and allied digestive or gans are the most important organs of the body it would seem that a dis seriniIyy8pepUcsC3nnot eat the things they food sours in the stomach thennfc 2enfc Constipation begins or as ia often ms case you have be n constipated allaJoBg and the stools are forced and Ersgular But th refsno use letting Indigestion underJIridrugIThatIIdidftutFnempeongesily considers that it saved his Ute of8ktSctkh It will probably be all you need gripesaIIItoneeestomacl1j indigestionr who have atver writingtlMtioctor used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsis Kerne without any charge In this way Ikoucands have proven to their own sa- tIctIon Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is tte inUoTtttMy you will throw violent cathartics 4 tletffr salts etc awayIIf there Is anythlBJ about your ailment that you dont waniSito the doctor and he will Answer you fully There h chargeho for this service The address Is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell blpMonttcello ill ng iI bZTh Lea cross Drag ors rJ STEALING MILONS How General Grants Namesake Was Caught by a Ghost Iy MAftVaUTrON TOWNSEND Copyright by American Press ABSO elation It to now nearly half a century since the Union aad Confederate armIes contended at Vicksburg OB the Mill whogreadbladay month after immth General Grant hammered at the fortifications that have long since given way to new blocks of buildings or which beyond the city limits nave been leveled to make way for the fruitH of the earth The hero of Vicksburg has for nearly two generations been the popular Id1 of the colored people living in that part of the country Doubtless there are many white children named Pam herton from the Confederate general who defended the city but among the blacks there are probably Ulysses Grants enough to till n ten acre lot Grant was born some time after the fall of Vicksburg His mammjy boasts that she saw Glnernl Grout onctbut there is an opinion current among those who know Hannah that she draws on her imagination when she tells what she has seen In her wanderings I fcm inclined to think that her account of meeting with General Grant and his asking her to name her boy after him is to say the least rather apQchrypbal Grants name has Sir Peter Chillingly to the contr4ry not withstanding had no effect on his character He is a regular little vaga bond liar nnd small thief Mr Henry on whose place this young hopeful lives turning the cor ner of the house one morning saw Grant a little way ahead of him with a tin bucket in his band Grant saw him at once darted lender the bbnse and then came out without the bucket This roused Mr Henrys suspicion He called to mind manyi Instances in vDO TOO If TO WAKE TBZ DEAD V which he bad caught Grant pilfering Come here you young rasculhe criedWhat has I done1 asked Grant with an JnjurecTalr Thats what I Ayant to knowl What was in that bucket I haint got no bucket sullenly But you bad one a moment ago Deed Air Henry you is staken 1 didnt hab no bucket Do you think Im blInd Go Under that house at once and bring me that bucket Very slowly Grant crept1 under the plUarIemptied the contents thf bucket on the ground An exclamation from Mr Henry told bJrn that this piece of strategy bad failed and much crestfallenj he scoop edtbe sugar back Into the bucket and came OutOn being taxed with his roguery be xclaiine- dIdar fo goodness Mr Henry haint stole nuffin sugarIdidnt tend fer ter stole hit Mr Henry I was just ter borry- hIt till cud sell dera atermlll1ons an pay yet- Perhaps you will borrow my water melons too exclaimed Mr Henry dignantly Grant assumed an injured hook Yet spilln my repertishun by such talk es datVue said Tier aint never kotchcd me asteallu nuffin of youru rub INothing except this sugar and n good many other things Mr Hpnry answered angrily and he added sternly It wont be good for you if catch you In my melon patch Mr Henrys farm was historic ground Confederate batteries had boon located on it and during the long siege of Vicksburg many n man met his death there Negroes who were out after dark and compelled to puss it or go over the toad which skirted it held their breath and traveled as fast as they could go Many a story Was told In their cabins how the ghost f jin artilleryman to pray or a cay alryman In blue minus either head or arms Twd based some poor darky till he reacaed a tnt beyond where the batteries of wartime nadibeen placed tt t iLL ADd It WM related by one colored boy legshdfolIowedhe grabbed for him while passing the danger line Mr Henry remembered all this while Grant retreated to the quarter muttering Mus think Is his nigger IfOt im knows dont lung ter Im Twont be good ret me Uiuph Vut klne do ter me Jest kuse es white thinks e kin do anything id jlst like ter see Mm lay his bun on me deImandedarms r deImatteiMr Henrys been busin melald Grunt sullenly Talkln bout me Btealiu his ole watermilllons Why didnt yer talk buck ter im 1 dont blieve yers got de kerldge of a chicken Yer orter be shamed o yersef ter stun an let a good fer nuffin white man talk ter yer dat way At 0 oclock that night Grant stole from his mammys door Getting clear of the quarter Jie crept along following the angle of the rail fence and thus keeping himself In the shad owsHe heard a noise What was Itq mans tread or only the rustling of some animal In the grass Grant crouched close against the fence and listened The sound whatever it was was bushed and reassured he re sinned lila way How still everything wes and the moonlight how beautiful The stars twinkled in the calm blue of the sum melt sky and the soft night wind was heavy with the fragrance of hoaey sucKle and mimosa Grant glided on now and then muttering to himself almost inaudibly uls mos dere now Golly wont Mr Henry be mad when he tins dem whoppers gone Hell spect me too but kin he prove it Lemm see I guess Ill tend ter hab a chUl an mammy say Is been drefful sick all night lkln play possum Yer bet I kin And Grant almost choked with laughter over his plan for depelving the rightful owner of dem whoppers He climbed the rail fence in the deuse shadows of the magnolia tree and dropping softly on the other side found himself among the vines Grant stooped over one of the largest In the patchDese yere watermlllions is mon sous temptln he said Muster been a big watermillion like dls yer dat tempted Ebe Golly nough ter tempt Gable hissef Lemme see 1 dont blieve I cud tote raoren one of desa whoppers Golly dough ef I eats one den I kiLl tote two one in my stomich an one In my bans Having reached this conclusion Grant raised the melon as high as hq could then threw it to the ground The melon broke and he proceeded to gorge himself He was sot absorbed that he started and yelled when a hapd fiercely grabbed his wool Huh your yelling Do you want to wake the dead 1 exclaimed a hollow voice Grant began to shiver He screwed himself round till be caught a glimpse of his captor The thing was tall and clothed in white but what startled Grant most was that it seem ed to carry Its head not on Its shoul ders but under its arm Grant was certain that It was a ghost Again it demanded Do you want to wake the dead falteredYoure Do you know where the wicked go wh n they are dead 1 And the ghost clutched him by the throat Oh Jerusalem lemme go lemme go cried Grant Ill never toke de melons agMu Lemme go lemme go Start then said the ghost in a solemn voice If 1 catch you here again youll wish youd never been born And the ghost gave him a kick that knocked him down When Grant scrambled to his feet and cast a breathless look around the figure was nowhere to be seen This sudden disappearance was awful He paused a moment with his jaw drop ped and his knees trembling and then be was tumbling headlong over the fence and scudding toward the quar ter He avoided the fence corners now as much ds be had sought them half an hour before In fact be only felt safe in the lightest path he could find From every tree and patch of shade he expected that white figure to start When he reached his mam mys door he was In a wretched con ditionWhats der matter wIt yer Hannah demanded when she had drawn him in and shut the door Did Mr Henry kotch yer What skeered yer Did a dog git arter yer honey No Grant stammered no de gosses got arter me Well I never Gosses What was dey tt What dey do ter yer chile way chorused on all sides Grant related his adventure to sev pral wondering listeners and when he had finished an old woman remarked nllers told yer dat field was Imlnt rooNow yet see lIlt is Taint to be suspected Jut spgem what fit fo ley 1ke try and lied nobi defs is goln1 to let dalr rest be distil bed by any ijig ger dat chooses to go into n patch to steal millions Yer ji keep out 0 dar arter this Somt night out o dew Bosses pit der clutches on crand dyer know whatMl happen Wlmt asked Grunt with stand ing hair and bulging eyes Hell drag iver right gown In 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