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Jti iiiirf1 W 11tl 1 i 1 t f t if 4 i3 mii rV oo futht i t o U a Iii RitAIn 1DEVOTED WTflE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY j t i I Ykilt j IYID l SMWIf IELI KY WEINESMft JAMURY 21 1115 A U itf llIRTLEIN t i trr 6EJtiD It ilt ejwtrfirf w tI Ceremony Mikes Mite Katie HcrtfeSi andI Mr Mkhd fifejeraW Man and Wife F Standing ben th an improvised rck cwpoeed pf Southern Smilax and in at parlor converted Into a labyrinth eafcaraatieoe mod Bairciseue Miss Katie Hertieia and Mr Michael Fitzgerald were lastat 7 o cock pro oneed man and wife by the Key R E p Lawson pastor orttMsRrwbyta rite church r The cerefnohy waa performed at the home of the dude and was witnessed by only the families ofC the OMtriicMbff parties and a few very ittisMte frieads The bride attired in a g rg ow wedding robe of white Preach cashmere built overwhite silk steady upen J the arm of the groom She Carried srfvrgeous shower bouquet Gt wfeite roses and hues of the valleyt white the white bridal veil worn by her wascaight Jby ta latter flower The bridal tewple wM aUeadedliy Mr Chris toper Hertlew ad Mr Fraai Schwabe brother and bretherinlawef the bride andDttred tee strains Qf Mgrilols- aoha a Weddwr March pfcyed by Miss Bee Ray sad Mr Albert tfoonan who aIso redered Hearts and Flowers dui ant toe pefformaace of the beautiful ceremony Tmmediately fter c reeietiy anJ elaborate supper feB 8ervedto the in rii tdpeta after w randMrs FitageraH aft tor Lebaaon teFtake a train fee Florida where they frill spend their honeymoonlThe bride was the recipient of a great number of very fcandsoma ad useful resenta iKr silygf ware f i rsJbricabrac faaqog the out jMtw guests at the 1 wAdding wares Mw Cannon Misses 1 oraatidAmeha LaaMgand Mr Max Cerl all of LomaviWeV sThe of the most highly t esteemed nd popular young women inS ftek1 Sihce sfte has lived here ahe has net oaly proven herself an ex cellent business woman but is a social favorite and aumbers 1st fri8fds by her acquaintances Mr Fitzgerald is one of tbetb et kaown a ea Irfthe coun ty He is ab promtaeat farmer and b stockman and like hit bride is highly esteemed by his many friends To Mr ind Mrs Fitzgerald The Sun bids pood uck arid god speed t i 1HiiinkWilsOn JiiseJdattie r Kimberlin and Mr Thos L Wilmswere quietly manned by Rev Bobtbitt House at Lebonon last Thursday afternoon Mrs Wilson is the daugh terr of Mr Geo Thomas Kimberlin ofJ Texas neighborhood She is a member of one of thebest known familiee of the i county and is a lady who nas a hotof friends Mr Wilson is one of the best x wn and most highly respected citi- zensof the county and is a farmer by profession i f WhcatieYBianford t jlL wedding which will be of deep interest to their manv friendswas that of Miss Lula Wheatley and Mr Richard r Blandford which was solemnized at St- Rose this afternoon at 130 oclock The bride is the daughter of Mrs Bettie ineducationalw and Hasbeen engaged rk m which field she has proven herself a popular and capa ble teacher The groom is the son of Mrs Theresa Blandford and now makes his home in Louisville We congratulatwiw l 101 Tike ails uMl l CourierJournal li51 Tfc Springfield Sun 100 per year r t t Narrow ca +KiN LouBooKer and her visitrMrs John Bevill of Lebanon narrowly es taped serious injury Suinray afternoon when the old family horse of the Book ers decided after yeas of walking and plodding to stretch his legs and go some The ladies had driven to the country and were returning toward town when at the power house the hitherto quiet and docile nag began to run Visa Booker who had the reins attempted with all her might to check the flight of the frightened animal but without avail She succeeded in keeping him in the middle of the street now ever until Court Square was reached where m tryrnjj to tum he corner the horse overturned the buggy and fell he19rI Stance of the ladies and after taking them to a place where their injuries be attended to lifted the ancient but fiery equine to his feet Miss Booker and Mrs Bevil were severely bruised and shaken up but es taped serious injuries Mr Booker justifies the horses action on the ground of its gallantry and desire protect the ladies but the reader will have to hearhis reasons for this conclusion from him County Court s Menday was iae first County Court day of theNewyear and a large crowd was in town deapitethe inclemency pf the weather In the County Court the wills of Miss Kate Edelen and W K Edelent both whom died recently were admitted to probate vCoiis Iitem Ue 8 toctcw naa tJ e iisarket aid brought good prices Auctioneer Campbell repots to The Sun the fol owing sales One bunch of 25 ewes atr 380 pe r peal 10 yeariine cattle at 22 Kper head atr3222 phesdlo yearling cattle at 242R perbead Shetland Pony 150 Jersey cow 40251 Jersey cowJski cow 181 horse buggy and harness 4750 12 shoats 9950 1 mare 201 sorrel horse 14250 5 shares of stock in Central Bank of jVillisburg 100 per share DEEP CREEK j 1 Miss May Young of Boyle County visited Miss Maggie Coyle Tuesday Mr and Mrs Anderson fiolderman entertained as their guest last Tuesday Mr Ben Covle wife and two daughters Misses Magie and Sadie and Mr An derson Lawson and wife Mr Howard Webb a prominent young farmer of Boyle county and Miss Sallie Elliott the attractive daughter of Mr J H Elliott were married at Bethlehem church Thursday after noon at 2 oclock Rev H P Hatchett officiating We extend congratulations Mr J H Elliott Jr moved toLon g Run They occupy the house vacated recently by Mr Will Young fWhat has become of our Tatham Springs correspondent Mrs Elizabeth Cocanougher enter stained asher guests last Thursday Mr Anderson Lawson and wife dies ames Lucinda Blacketer Josie Holderman and Ida Elliott Misses Katie and Blanch Carpenter visited at the home of Mr W BJ Elliot Saturday night Mr Grover Elliott has returned home from Danville GTV Key was in Harrodsburg Thurs day on business W D Cocanougher was m Spring field Thursday attending to the sale of his tobacco A frightful Wreck ot train automobile or buggy may cause orsmicadrelief ami prompt cure results For burns boils sores of all kinds eczema chapped hands and lips sore eyes or corns its supreme Surestpdecure 25s at Haydon Robe tsonf tr it POLICE COURT r PROCEEDINGS Razors Pistols and Squirrer Whiskey Make fat Day For Judge Noe Judge Noe had quite prosperous session of Police Court yesterday morn ing and the different part es1called be fore the bar of justice discovered that as between guilty parties the Judge is no Respecter of persons or no player of favorites Sherman Roundtree of col rIP cjifrged by Alfred Moran with haying appropriated to his use certain razors and a pairof clippers belonging tp theinforesatd Alfred The court thought there was sufficient evidence to bold the man over to the grand Jury Lige Carrier plead guilty to a charge of shooting within the city limitei nand got a fine of 7 50 Ray Shirleys excessive consumption of squirrel copthim 750 The court was converted into a court of inquiry to delve into the boo e ques tion Della Roundtree who went on the stand to testify in behalf of her husband on the liquor question manifested certain signs of having herself partaken too freely of the flowing bowl and was men 750 by the Judge as a reminder not to do it again Arthur Goebel Dead Frankfort Ky Jan 21A telegram to Roberts Franklin late this after triooD announced the lentil today 011 Arthur Goebel at Phoenix Ariz IIe died at the home of his brother Justus Goebel where he had been for several months endeavoring to receive relief aPbrother of William Goebel who Vas shot to death here ten years ago while prosecuting the contest for the Governorship Arthur Goebels long fight to convict the alleged conspirators in his brothers assassination concluding finally in theI pardoning of W S Taylor Caleb Powers James Howard and other alleged ringleaders the plot by GoKWillson left him completely broken in health He spent some time at Carlsbad Germany seeking recuperation then went to the home of his brother Justus Goe bel in Arizona where his death was not unexpected as he never recovered from the effects of years of constant strainGoebel made his home in Covington Ky and was a partner in the large furniture firm of Lowery Goebel m Cincinnati He was unmarried Messages received there ordredthe rema ins to be brought back to Kentucky for burial Goebel was to have been one of the chief participants in the ceremonies at the unveiling ef the monument to his brother in the State cemetery here by the people of Kentucky on February 3 next Home lure For Eczema t jL Does it not seem strange that so many people suffer year in and yea r out with eczema A 25cent bottle ofa simple wash stops the itch anq will surely convince any patient This wash is composed of mild and soothing oil of wintergreen mixed witF- thymol and glycerine etc and known as D D D Prescription We do not know how long the D D D Laboratories Will continue the 25c offer as the remedy is regularly sold only in 100 bottles and has never before been put on the market on any specialoffers If you want reliet tonight try a bot tIe at 25c on our personal recommendation Haydon Robertson Springfield Ky I v f lt 4 1c iirlr41 iA ff Plain iiorthePast1j rBY EDWIN CARLlSLi UTSEY I0 why was I not in the days of old 4 When life wits a tale which each day told Blind blood was hot as the heart could hold Andsteel was strong and true When blades were out at the trot warm word And honor was held at the point of a sward And the souls of men were stingelystirred By eyes of brown or blue When knights sWore faith by the Lord above And wore on their helmet a dainty g logeh 1 Which was won with a kiss from a ladylove With hair of braided floss When armor was girded with tender hands Which blessed as they fastened the leathern band And lips gave toll to a hearts demands For parting oft meant loss When God and a maid alone could bowr1r The kneeof a knight in solemn vow fAnd a whispered promise faith endow Which would tfeveif buake or quail When helmet and buckler aind sword and shield Wrought deeds of valor by flooS and field When men would die but n fver yieldV r And courage never ram f i fr y 1LiaaRi1IT ARKETSI IApo by Bourbon Stock Journal t Bourbon 8tockyrd8I HBHi l LyLoufevdie Jan 25CattleThe re cerptrweifS very light only 15 head for Ute tWo days 1153 the market was very quiet and unchanged desirable butcher cattle about steady others dull noIminally8that department bulls firm canners dull milch cows unchanged no heavy cattle here feeling about steady Calves Receipts 75 for the two days 162 the market ruledat 88jc for the best medium and common slow and unchanged HogsReceipts 116 for the two days 3316 the market ruled very slow and prices ted from steady to 15c lower butr little Joing selected hogs 165 Ibs and up selling at 845 130 to 165 lbs 815 heavy pigs 780 light pigs 7 roughs 7T80 down the market closed dull Sheep and LambsReceipts light 10 head for the two days 121 the market was quiet and unchanged best fat sheep 3J4c best lambs 56Ic common sheep aad common lambs very slow sale r GRAIN WH 4rNo2 red d IODltberry 5121125 No 8 red add IODgberrVl 201 21 Rejected 9Sc less Ion levee IHc less No pc Rk L ro No 2 miie4 lf 69 51 Rye = = = = 89 Tho price for wheat ore those paid by deal en the quotations for corn and oats ale sell lag prices To Celebrate 1 00th Birthday Mrs Adeline M Wilson who is an aunt of J M 104iEastSJJreckinrldge street will celebrate her 100th brtkday anniversary January 28 Mrs Adeline Purdy was porn Jan uary 28 1810 on the farm about one mile from Lebanon now owned by John B Wathen It was near this farm that Mrs Wilsons grandfather John Purdy settled when he came to Ken tucky in 1782 and built his home on the land which is now covers J by apart of tne town of Lebanon Mrs Wilson was one of a family of twentyfour children and has t1urvivedI them all After her marriage 1829ttQjohn Wilson their home was in Liberty until a few years ago when I J t she moved after his death with her daughter Miss I C toiMacomb Illwhere now reside- A son fir1 Henry Wilson of Lebanon Junction is the only other child living of her ten chilren all of whoaresched Ia beiipe aKelpe e hl ro7 otbe4ieeAtihei gtSiT apo sleeping upstairs and goes up and down the atars unattended She at tends to her hotwebeW dtandSYI thajk she does not feel old Tobacco Sales t1rowareIbeen brisk during the past week and the prices good the average having been about that of the preceding week something like 14c per pound From the way tobacco continues to come in one would trunk that this was the be ginning of the stwonas there has been no pvariesfront the ripening of the season to the present One of the best crops sold latety was that of Mr J K Wall the prices for which we give below 340 340 pounds t 18Jc 310 poundsia18c380 pounds J7Jc 350 pounds J17Jc340 f 17ic 415 pounds ITJc 320 jl7ic375 winds a J8Jc 405 i8Ici485 ttt 14ic 480 pon nds t15 c 610 PO ndsa17 c 485 po nds L19 c 210 pounds + 172c 375 pounds 14 c 580 nds i 14ic 10 pounds t6 c 195 pounds i 122c Averagel7c Totalamount115214 JameS Williams Dead Mr James Williams one of Chap tins oldest and most highlv respected citizens diod at his home in that place on Tuesday January 18th and seryicen in the Camp Ground church conducted by Rev J W Jdckson Partor of the Chaplin and Mt Zion churches the remains were laid to rest in the Camp Ground cemetery Mr Williams is sur vived by his wife who before her mar riage was Miss Fannie Goatley Bards town Standard Get a Majestic Souvenir SetofrWare at McElroy I 718tor during demonstration week Jan 24 to 2t 1C tt tl Qb QU1TTINi jRMc FORTHEGFIf Jt Is Not Always The Beat PIkY farm Life tfill HoIthliUItRce And GeM Pay II JJ tfulsince the rebellion drra M ifT tf f r ture conducted by w WMmy eid wonen and chiWrea Mlil Ute ixatti- mes They thmt that the condltietr is mainly due to the reef itgrHtct JrTheMdo with it thoagh certain it5M thmt young men of the farm never escape high taxes or corporatis pprcsaiMr t by migration to the cityt JUMMsit the real sues lieu the early tnwnMwr x or erroneous training of the chtMrem sf tbef rJit What are the yoath e ute lfci r taught What iIdl lfijlil as the desnreable aim I JH3ft ttcoateatmwit and bappMsss iir riiiiiia Jand social or other te1 rz V j- fIsntit pretty muck a raatte ef aias bition And ambition acv large Qr 1a matter of early traiiiHHtv On the farm the young1 area can aWlfi good food an essential to goaefr itgood clothes remunerative work iadependence and a mighty wght setter society than he is likely to strike use f where 1t NUjtyfiye out ot a hundrei fansier boys iHiiad rn tbe oityqisipteji fiti g f ease ef soae BOrtWagM that eeet if city living reduto less thMthW X could demand on the farm1 IkNNriinU more or less brutal and most nfener social surrouniiogs Still theYgive up the boodHiWr ing life of the farm and ckto th excitement and possible luxwries oft city They are f not taught the dlffisce between the substantiate of life onen the luxuries Their ambition if cuJtf vated at all is not directed toward UMV real substantiate t- In their home life they are not theirs that city business life swans the stinijitr g le3rmerciless greed that sebial p sitieR often merely meansThaws et higher or lower degree that h n positietiif U any sort only means drain on vital re sources slavery tofrremeuiable canS di ions and premature oW age j The little red school house at JiMb l crossroads teaches that 2 and 2 make 4 but Rockfelkr and Morgan dewstrate that 2 and 2 make BThk MK trict school maam says that a t stratcht 3 line is the shortest distance betwr ii two points but your rate pool proves that the shortest distance betweeaS t Francisco and New York u by way ef tthe Gulf States The little ywgowy backed history whick the illumines with pokeberryijuice declares that all men arelfcrn free arid equal t but city societv exalts the incorporate d irobber and murderer who has great wealthaboye others The youth of tlf farm are nottauak concerning the substantiale tiat Ibfe within their reach or warned meet the lies the subterfuges the vaiAitiery and disappointments to would flv at the early dawn of i 4a tl JJhoodwomen aria the children are doiiCtite r f i j farm work to a surprising extent taiie Near UekM te Dtatb i4iAt erson a well known resident ot the Va laKe of Jacksonville iuwahad a uiim 4 and violent attack of GMth- ick ek stringy phlegm came up after iv= ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy IliK Peterson says MI think be well 11s4itltxI ru 0 5 f r r iJ f tJ 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 26 1910 1 MMMt 11 I I4 II Ic I j Majestic Demonsr1on I Going on All This Week i I a f r LIP l11EI S PSALLON tHEG ATAH GRAND 5f CRANQE FHE RAtiGEIJfTh A REPUTATION MADe IN 14 OfUSEfi AND OTVlES i reservoir t use heat it hotter for lasts bake better f J keep itifaction thart otter the market If that above statements true wouldnt you buy at l v x WEEK PROVE TO YOU jt1IflIlllaAI il1 KENTUCKIAN WHO- T HAS MADE GOOD CiarksvilleTehn Januaiyli There KT n M qti nit county mile JTMB this city one of the most success JalTinddeaier ithe as well as a wv character Begining xitaat the age of 13 as a clerk inCa Mitry store in Nelson county Ky JL H Unseld by thnft and perserver aci ha9 amassed a Mr Un aMMyea a very quiet life is unmarried j Mdlsas no laying relatives in this see During the years he rkandled more than 1000000 acres 6 fend send at present is the owner of- sole than 300000 acres winch scat try over this country Mexico an Seat America rHis feojding at present are said to he acres in 25000 acers in eatsne Republic 25000 acers in Bra l Dealt Wayerly 15000 acers in Flor near Mobile Alabama iniMontgomery county Tenn 30000 acr cki Mississippi Other small tracts at land are scattered over a dif ferent states Mr Uhseld said he bagan work with a mortgage of 2500 hanging over his fathers whichhe atnoTjjnfo pay eel kedin a country store for nne ears during which time he studied the cattle business and read much about toad which was being sold very cheap MeiRade a number or small deals and anally traded for 1930 acers in Mississ t ipprand Alabama It was this deal that neatly led to his and which gave ftim his financial backing He exchanged the land for a tract in Florida which phosphate was found and he- rjMpn c pseditut for 40000 cash His dove was to purchase with a acers of cheap land in IffuHwlppi This was known as swamp Iwtftimber It was located in Nehpba rsty and was considered worthless from 25 cents to 1 r Jtper acre In 1906 however Mr Un deal with a syndicate dis jt9Kme of 25400q acres for 250 000 He w one oi the largest cattle dealers in tji ij j E rowEiaoo FURNISH RIGHT HAND RESERVOIR- cr theIcity except on business He was educated at St Marys College Ky and at Louisville has traveled extensively and a roan of keen foresight He has never lost on a dealand prides him self upon over land which people treat as worthless and finally realizing a nice profit on it He finds land remote from railroads even when well timbered in some of the country to be very cheap and it is such land that he usually and in course of time the development of the country orings the expected boom always nets him handsomely M Un seld attributes his success in a great to newspaper advertisings He carries advertisements in many journals his purpose to lands and receives thousands of an swers Several Jyears ago a small advertisement led to a investigationof a 55000 acre tract in Mexico and after aI correspondence of long duration the deal was closed He says he has purchased laMs as low as 10 cents an acre TO THE PUBLIC We Agents for Parisian Sage and We Know the Guarantee is Genuine The Leo Ha don Drug Co Parisian Sage the quick acting hair is guaranteed To stop falling hair To cure dandruff To cure itching of the scalpI To put life into faded hair To make harsh hair soft and luxuri antTo make hair grow or money back It is the most hair dressing and is a great favorite with ladies who desire beautiful and luxuriant hair Price 50c a large boUfe J I e oratedCookerehopof main vessel shown on left the same time draining oil all the water The Steamer or Cul ender shown on right can bo used as an ordinary Cullender It also fits on top of main vessel and is used as a steamer AllIfeavyStampedIzed Kettle complete with cover Kettle ldsomelynickeledDn Pbt ITa dsdmely on n insideDrippingMadeMaiestio Set Made specially for the jeetioSet M for the Majestic Set heat a m is is at IFr = Narrow Escape The Harrodsburg Herald prints un der the head of Good Suit Ruined the following article Mr Charles Chaplin who on the Handy pike a narrow this from death or serious injury He was feeding some hogs which were confined in a rail pen Going near the fence to throw straw into the hen for bedding a vicious sow thrust her head through the opening between the rails and seiziug him by the coat and tro sers attempted to drag him thrqugh the fence into the Fortunately got hold of a stick with which he belabored the infuriated animal but she Liver Trouble Remedy Free Any intelligent person can be his own doctor in the ordinary case of liver trouble for the symptoms cannot be mistaken If the white of eye becomes yellowish if the skin be comes sallow if pimples and blotches appear if the bowels do not move if you have sick headache if you are yetfoundSyrupPepsin laxativethe flow of gastric juice thereby soon enabling the liver to do its work natur ally A bottle of this great lIver remedy For example John W Lee case 619 S Penn ave Indianapolis Ind had a stubborn and very longstanding case of blotchesjaundiceFlinchum Jackson Ky says the samo of It Thousands of families keep ltlnthe house ngninst just such an emer gency as you can n vcr tell when some member of thel family will need a good Caldwells SnJb Pepsin without personal Dr Caldwell wiljsond you a free namenndhow pleasant It Is to tnke how gently It works It will start you on the cure of your and convince you that you have found a cure That is the of the sample and the urges you to send for it today If there Is anything about your ailnr intHhat you dont or If you wa- ntS any medical advice write to the he will answer fully There no charge for this IsI For rule blTh 0refused to releasa her hold until the coat and theastrain colt and pants were of corduroy and strong If had not given away Mr Chaplin might have suffered death To a Twist of Weed Some of the lily some sing of the roSeIe sing of each flower in beauty that ISo b1owsiiiBut sing me a song that shall render meed To the fragrance and aroma found in a weed Which banishes and mitigates grief care a big wIsto natural leaf And the is oppressed with the de 1mon of cure Then get out your pipe and its And all of your troubles will vanish in smoke 0 you who have tried it will know what- I mean When the praises I sing of it handOfl long green Since the day of King James and his old counterblast Its sway of all classes has ever held fast And its patron saint Raleigh forever will live In remembrance as sweet as affection give And the incense we burn is an vjaeenIn wreaths of blue smoke from a twist of long Npw some may advise you snd others may swear That nicotine poison y r will impair And if from the weed youd just keep aloof From heartburn and palsy surely proof For a man who had died at hundred fifteen 4 Was hastened away by smoking long IButr a good juicy Chevy Will yieldyou more comfort than will do And murder the microbes that float in the air And magical dreams in the old arm It you will remember and never fortTojqstdrawtbe line at avile cigarette i aWarT 1 ITR Set of Majestic ware FREEr j 1r r If you will call at oujr store during our Majestic Demonstration Weekand all cv us to show you the many advantages and qualities of the great and Majestic- Range and will purch ise one at the regular price we will ofWareto match the quality of the Majestic Ranges and w know all ladies will see the b auto and utility of this set especially the first three pieces hich are entirely new and cannot be had alone by purchase except at a very high price J prices of nges are the same but we give the set free with each M jestic Range bought during demonstration w ek only REASONS WHY THE GREAT MAJEStiC YOU SifOULD BUY I It has the reputatio pfbeingTIi strangenio ey can bu- ytIt J Y V j not only has the reputation but is the best range made and we vill prove his to you if you will let us 3 It is constructed of Malleable iron material u cant break and pf Iron material resistsrasa 300 per great rthdh steel is rivited together air ti htNo heat escapes or Qold air enters range thus very little to do perfect work 4 Thp alone is worth the price ortJeJrangel e air fhntnnot Wear out When water gets tobInotitcannBt moved away from fire lIMAWSTIC RANGES less fuel more waterand costs practically nothing repairs three times as long easle clean iii lt6 sans any range on you knew positively the were Majestic once I Lk DEMONSTRATION AND WE WILL IT LROCSH Spri bldK n iII1Jf1J IIIIili one South r interesting fortune past twentv SBOOO Mexico ilft76oOacres dozen home success IiRr3rr 40000 practically acHinfir wridcloseda FLUSH taking many sections buys about which measure announcing purchase are invigorator delightful made nickeled specially lives made escape week pen he the yourliver 50Isylvania laxative suffererexpense trouble object doctor undcrstan doctor and you 1Monticello The remarkably they the sing its Imean spjritIheart magi invoke can offering green nerves youd been harm they wavy chair superior grand The t Charcoal that cent uss tuel rr ra t010 What do you think of these for Bargain Subscription Offers Daily CourierJouina For three months and The Sj ring field Sun one sear are bein of fered until March 31 for I i 5 t The Daily Louisville Times j and TftV Springfield Sun 1now orcr t 3 0 Daily Louisville Herald f and The Springfield Sun are bean offered until January 31 and n longer both one year for r 275After Jan 31 this offer will be 325 Daily Evening Post and The Springfield Sun are being offered both one year f nowi JI BREEDES GAZETTB and The Sung bothrl yearSl90 WEEKLY COtJRIERJOURNAL and The Sun Doth 1 Year150 WEEKLY HERALD and The Sun both 1 year 140 FARMERS HOME JOURNAL and The Sun both 1 ycar1 751 Send ch6ckposf office money order or paper money to THE SUNi SPRINGFIELD tK vyS f r Ii c US YOUR rYORDERS FOR g I t- Z r 1 j RINTIN J1 I I THE BEST TnE P IC lUGIiT t f1gflSewing nc run liitertu amy other Pamlasts longer tnaix YtJ otter IA W is more beautiful turn ai1yith fREEpal lefi yitratiom tkam axyotherf r mEE I it eaaicr to operate ttaui any otter fREEmalcea a jnorcjterlcc- tttitctttan aa iIdI 1r is the teat tncoa tined in one rFREE SEWING MACHINE GO CHICAGO ts ILLINOIS tROBERTSON cAtfefcook O ent 0SpdB Y tl f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY ANUARY 26 1910 L3 T 1k 4Dft WJtFe Trustv r lltPractual t = DentistJ SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYY r jDehtalworkat reasonable prices All guaranteedApiSce over Haydon Barber 11 iP IA1lfBp v Insw ince rentr IISPRIi Life Fire aiidAccident a VaiUcTiaaetta MatroilMlTntyg reliable t ad the tdividers ta compttap tile work Tetrisrxeeed kli1 DRM W HVAlt l t OFFICE OVER i HESEiy CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY l el OFFICE HOURSf 19JQto12 m 4 to 5p m tnlIIINGFIEID J JeU d KENTUCKY 5 oFFIcs a a HATDOJJSDEOO OfflceBours8 to 9 AM 1 toP M t i r t1 LAM1TON PtD SPRINGFIELD KY 1J l Office in Opera Houset- Office phone NQ 6 Residence No38t ii if MISS ELLA ADAMS liff f r vrj NURSED TELEPHONES 1NYt 4 1Night 10 1t i r7 TjSCOIT MAYEs ATTY ATLAW h Springfield Ky will ractice In the courts of Washington AppearsadJ c CC McCHORD- 5ATTYATLAW r 1r l Springfield Ky- Willg practice In all State and Federal Conrta rr VW D CLAYBROOKE t1f t AmATLAWJ y r Springfield Ky fcWU practice in the courts of Washington Apei8r t l iMARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER i Springfield Ky ngWllWashingiton adJo and in court ApPeals S M CAMPBELL 1 AUCTIONS R i Springfield Ky I v Crying of public sales a specialty reasonableHM BBUSSELL 4AUCTIONEERLebanon Crying ofpublic sales a specialty Can cry sales anywheie cheaper than the- cheapest hone 1 long 1 short Lebanon Exchange- OllNY MAYES Funeral Director And f 4 ticensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown r r 1a RobesTelephone THE SUN ANUBoth pa perslpBryansWeekly CourierJournal 1 Weekly LouisvilleHerald 1EO 150 Weekly Cincinnati 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 GlobeDemocrat 176 ThriceaWeek New York World 171 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer h 1 50 Breeders Gazette 190 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and FiresideuL25Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Re ews325Magazine 285 Scribners Magazine 400 Ledger Monthlyon 175 Magazine 485 Harpers Weekly I 435 1 151 R F r LOUISVILLE TIMES ON t TOBACCO SITUATIONi yt r To lHETOBACCOGROWERS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY I V By our Request there is prjjitea below twp tlippiiigs from hJi Louisville Times concerning the tobacco conditions in Kentucky As beneficiaries ofthe Burley Tobacco Society I ask you to read them Louisville as you know is the largest tobacco market in the world and is the business center of the American Tobacco Co whose mammoth factories are worth millions to the city and give employment thousands of its people Yet The Times encourages co operation among farmers and commands the Hurley Tobacco 1SkcieV while the- nfluential tobacco raisers of Washington County sell their crop on a Loose Leaf Market thereby discouraging cooperation and opposing the Society which was orxanized solely forthebnefitof tobacco raisers WA CLEMENTS i THE BURLEY The limes1 pu lisfSOCIETYI fiirstbf a series of appear in liar colums semiweekly Willi i ting forth the side of the Burley bacco Society in its claim to the sup port of all growers of Burley tobacco and in any controversy which inay arise jVith the Government 1 To the Burley Society the farmers of Central Kentucky owe it that their condition today is more generously t and generally prosperous than ithas been in a quarter of a century The secret of the societys success has been cooperation and this cooperation must be maintained if the farmers are not again to see sevencent tobacco The Times believes not only in the l right but the chily of the farmers to stand togetherfor a fair profit for hon est work So long as the frrmers who compose the Burley Society staridfor their rights and observe the rights of others guaranteed them under the law The Times columns will remain open to them If night riding is1 resumed The Times will fight it to the best of its ability as a wrong to the individual to c the society and to the State AS SEEN AT W SHINGTONc Hon Ca Cjntrill member oft u Congress hap thought it necessary to come to the support and rescue of the Burley Society and all associated farmr era r Perhaps it wal necessary at Wash r ington where the investication and casti1tionof the Tobacco Trust drag from generation to genera turn with more than Jarndyciah delaybut here Prize Chickens Mr and Mrs A G Kyle attended t the Poultry Show in Lexington last week and the birds they exhibited carried off some pretty nice honors They won prizes on 1st hen 1st and 4thI cockerel 1st p 12ndand 3rd pullet 3rd cock bird and a handsome silver cup for the best display The 1st and 2nd prize pullets were raised entire from the Kyle stock ot chickens their breed being the Barred Plymouth RocIfsOne male bird from the dis play was sold while in Lexington for 40 Some of the biggest breeders in this and other states had entries at the show and the honors won by the Kyle bunch were awarded abovesome close competitors Mr slid Mrs Kyle have a splendid dispjay of handsome trophies secured by their chickens I arrods burg Herald A Sprained Ankle As a rule a man will feel tell satisfied if helcari hobble around on crutches in 2 or 3 weeks after spraining his ankle and it is often 2 or 3 months before he is fully recovered This is an unnecess ary loss of tftne as by applying Cham berlains Liniment as directed a cure may as a rule be effected in less than one weeks time and in many cases s within three days Sold by The Leo Haydon Drug C- sBusiness Growing 0The poultry business is growing and growing rapidly in every section pi the State The quality of the fowls raise is improving from yc ar to year The commercial importan e of the poultry industry is being more fully recognized not only by those engaged in it but by the public at large The poultry shows and associations over the State are doing good work In bringing standard bre poultry to the notice of the people creating interest the like of which has never before boen seen and otherwise upbuilding the industry Additions to the ranks of those breeding ur bred poultry are constantly being made an the outlook is exceedingly bright for a prosperous future for all tiose engage Ib the work Farmers Home Journal i In Kentucky we kriow better We rec ognize that technial and vexations hindrances to tile conh Y notwithstand ngthe society anJ its kindred have haveIfluential with friends at court ndU istot these same friends 4 wounded in the pocket of all seats of t 4iinactivity which finds voice in the rumor 4itWe do not know and for the matter of that we do not know that we care whether the scope and activity jf the Burley Society are or are not a pal- Pable and provable fighting ot the devil with fire But we do know and this is mportantthatt has been successful that measured fcy results it has made good If4tbad not this prosecution would never have been heard of and the trust wpuid have been content to earn its dividends and declare so much of its earnings as the stock markets nmitmentsof its owners rendered expedient As to the camaign of abuse and con tumely to which Mr pannrill devoted much heat and indignation may wer not remind Him of the old legal adage as to the occasional necessity black guaiding the other sides attorney BurleySoJietyis doing very welf thank vou a great many fdlk at Boston and elsewherei are giving it much gratuitious advertising And it has Mr Cantrill to speak for it surely an equitable arrangement 4 Farreaching Combine The recen absorption of the Western s Union by the 4mertcan Telephone nod Tel graph company places Theodore- N VU president of the latter institu iconOtt the head of the greatest om blnotton of Us find In the wnrtdeX ariy every tine of vlre tion In this country Is now controlled Uy the two great companies Mr Vail was born in Ohio sixtyfour years agb but his childhood and youth were spent in New Jersey At twerity VAIL three he TIIXODOBtN mall clerk eventually manager of the railway mall service Tiring of goV- ernment employ he alHiMl himself In 1878 with the Boll telephone Interests Ills success with that growing institution was Immediate and he soon was made general manager In 1888 he retired and spent some yearstraveling In Europe Later he went to South America and engaged in building street railways He retained his Interests In the telephone company however nnd Beadda his farm In Vermont where he owns 50 acres of land onethlrdof which IS tinder cultivation He makes butter and raises horses ponies and pigs Those Pies of BoyhodI boyhooddp now changed The Dies No its you Yonve lost the strong healthy stomach the vigorous Jiver the active kidneys the regular bowel of boyhood Your diges tion is poor and you blame the food Whats needed A complete toning up Electric bitters of all org ns ofdl lionStomachLtverKidneysBowd lio hood a and appreciation of wittdt Haydon Robertsons i FUHMANCO Bloomfieldt ANNOUNCE tRAT HER THAN GARRY THEIR CLOAKS OEIIILL SELL Cloaks 1hatisold fro fyOQ to 2000 at lft y lytt rt i u Motff I5QO at 750 to 8 i Ti n ct a it6oowto 8bo at 475 to 5kj1 all in all I9s EVERY PIECE OF FUR AT COSTE 1 I propodlottPrrt I I AlrJv Reducedf100 Mens wool Suits sizes I worth 1250 and 1500 for 595114 Blankets 98c C am ors aticosfj rMany a dollar is lost offering above goods at these prices We need the room and the r money Our loss is your gain INVESTIGATE and convince yourself FUHRMAN GO B Bloomfieldty Sour Stomach Miona Puts the Stomach in Fine Shape in Five Minutes If your stomach is continually kick ing up a disturbance you feel bloated and distressed if you belch gas and food into the mouth then you need Mi ona Stomach Tablets the best prescription for indigestion ever writ= ten Miona stomach tablets give instant of course but they do more they drive out the poisonous gases that cause fermentation of food and thoroughly clean renovate and strengthen the stomach so that it can readily digest food without artificial std Mi ona stomach tablets are guaran teed to cure indigestion acute or chronic or money back This means that nervoUsness dizziness and bilious everyJhheill Mionafor 50c a large box Test MIonatBuffalo HI was under the care of four differ doctors during nine months and was cured of dyspepsia by Mi oroarMr Joseph Grondine 197 Fountain Street Fall River Mass Booths Pills for constipation 25c YOMEiJMI ry1 QMf1 Cures catarrh or money back Just includinginhaler Napolcans Grit was of the unconquerable neversaydie kind the kind that you need most when you have a bad cold cough or lung disease Suppose troches cough yrups cod liver oil or doctors have all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Discovery Satisfaction is guaranteed when used for ary throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of hopeless sufferers It masters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages la grippe croup asthma hay fever and whooping cough and is the most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial af fections 50c 100 Trial bottle free at Haydon Robertsons Fa11 34 if 1 1Lt EYES and fit GLASSES tWe have just brought on the Greatest Line of IttSpectacles in Central + a Kentucky AU the lat Ct est style plasses and fJany style Rims We can furnish you With tlJe best gr4laepi tpods at the Lowest Pnces + fit t2tJEWEIWATCHES = ItWcan Suit You in Everything in the Jewelry Line jjf- tED M RUSSELL i MM t Mi + rW W E GReENe Barbershop i I have purchased of Mr Raymond Nally his Barber t Shop next to the Walton hotel and will cbnductHhe t business at the same stand I am always ready ta- serve my customers and ask that you give me a stare of your patrolnage I am agent tor the Home Laundry of Louisville ahd have a Dry Cleaning and PressIng establishment in connection with tfiy barber shop When wanting Laundry done or your clothes seed Cleaning and Pressing call on me All work guaranteed titI 4HMt + I M l BRj t JSTHE SUN AND- LOUISVILLE Wt y c = II t WESTERN QRAPHIC KENTUCKY REPRESENTATION OF TEFLNORM sriJ 1 lor iTirj dot ilon u the shoo up t itiiwttmtw tu nWrtd tlf Mite lonul at Infliajr sane JUIMJ tll7Ie M a4 H b MMtoi h4ee tttiiMbtrortiiliitei MekMiiitj MolUplj tk nmkr or npfMMitif tti umber of StadntTiukn vklkntttotiii timXtfiffyTW wNpsi let tintuiekUJrw in Heir uWot diilriet tai then draw Jour u tbuot H MuatiofiU KrrlN tW THtin Mil inMeriag Ii r fMMtmtiT wtiBtti tk Ti that 190000 ilffimt of lentwky han Wu Uiftt or ut noY feting taaght ijtte tWtfi but Xi 4tt irt Iwd a wufbrMU7laueMMalUUii timHii 722 a little xors Uu ui MIrftIrul frMyin y r mt oI ttm Mfl mUt iM m J liMEutuky i fUcei d ti Bp will mina aajeio tbt llGhfOl li reeUatli iiatuki to f ocsjrtti itoJ tU tabfiebaeited tttt gmtiMMtUii llr ik- ieis 1 aslantf the sat lIrrkq Itis aga tnrk tK n4e il krUhh iwKrw wrnet KphK r duniipsf rWm i Sdl t 4 r I ryaia F ltj cr I NESDA ANUARY k 0C tvi fllM yl19 R Hide torrslir l N11rEjewo rM eie eie r w wAU stytts fit all leathers at 3 350 G1Id4 Ii There is a practical limit to the price you should pay for a pair of shoes and get full value for your money for ordin ary wear itis ndtfar from 400 You can 4 get good shoes for less P Most shoes come to you via Hide Trust Leather TrustLeather Endwe11shoesaremadedirtctfromtherawhldebyENDICOTT Whypaytheseunnecessary BrokerManufacturerJobberRe Theyhav1 other shoe and possess much greater value Better shoes for less money IT tl GEORGE J BEGEMANN II I SPRINGFIELD SUN B UED EVERY WEDNESDAY IUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR t Jn Advance L SMITe Editor awl publisher Altetered at th postoffice at Springfield 2ilfor transmission through the class matter I TJRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Year fLOO Motto 60 iTTkree Months 25 ANNOUNCEMENT- FoR CONGRESsWe are authorized to announce the Hon Ben Johnson of r Nelson county as a candidate for reelection to Congress from the Fourth Congressional District subject to the action ot the Democratic party 4r I HAPPY HOLLOW Mr John Crow and family spent Sat nrday with the family of Mr John 3 Armstrong 7 Mr Edgar Settles spent last Sunday with the family of Mr Lee Settles r Mss Myrtle Armstrong spent Thurs ydiy with hersister Mrs Ed Hanby Mrs T W Sutherland and Miss Maud iHman spent Friday afternoon with Mrs John Crow of this place Mr Edward Hanby and wife spent 6 let Sunday with Mr Coleman Settles awl wife of nere here Miss Leona Crow spent Friday night 4withMr and Mrs T W Sutherland Messrs T W Sutherland and wife jjind J M Shields and family dined at the home of Mr John Crow and family sisterIMra Edward Hanby were in Willis burg Fnday shopping HIM Mallie Shields spent Sunday night with Miss Leona Crow Messrs Elmer and Donth HanbY pen t from Friday until Sunday with their sister Mrs Johnie Mattingly of Bear Scruggsville Messrs Keeling spent Saturday and Sunday with their sister Mrs L Settles Mr C W Stallings was in Spring field last Wednesday Mrs Edward Hanby spent Wednes day with her father Mr J Armstrong Mr Jim P Brewer spent Saturday xwltn Mr Edward Hanby at this place i Catarrh Lannot Be lured jwith local applications as they cannot Teachthe seat of the disease Catarrh ica blood or codstitutipnal disease and 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 Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and u a regular prescription It is com IMMd of the known com bined with the best blood purifiers act kur directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two in gredients is what produces such Won 4terf results in curing catarrh Send r tMtlDomaJa free JFV J C1MGeriytl Co Tpdedo ifeW bvillrull sts price1I Take Halli Family Pills tipaUon ANTIOCH Mr Frank Sweazy and wife attended tits wedding of Mr John Sweaty and Miss Lillian Sparrow at Greens Chapel Wednesday Mr Thomas Brown and wife spent Wednesday with their son Mr John Brown and family ot Sharpsyille Mr John Howell of Mackville spent Tuesday with Mr A Snider Born to the wife of Mr Luther Sni der Jan 14 1910 a nine pound boy Mrs Bertha Johnson and little son Earl spent Thursday with Mri Jim Keeling and family Mr Lev Snider and family haye moved to their new home atBloomfield Mrs Catherine Tatham of Tatham Springs spent several days last week with her sister Mrs A SnaderIIMr A Snider sold te five shoats at 5 per head Mr Abraham Phillips and wife spent Thursday night with their son Evan Phillips and wite DEATH OF MRS CLARKE The borne of Mrs GeoKas was saddened on Friday Jan 14 1910 when the death Angel visited there and sealed the eyelids of her beloved mother Mrs Catherine Clark All that skilled physicians and loving friends could do was done for her recovery but all to no avail Surrounded by the family circle relatives and sympathizing friends she answered her Saviors call with willing ness Mrs Clark was 84 years of age and is survived by one brother Mr John Hahn of Mackville The remains were interred in Fairview cemetery r Drank Poison s Mrs Charles W Bell wife of Insur ance Commissioner Charles W Bell had a narrow esape from death via the carbolic acid route Wednesday morn ing at her home near Frankfort As it was she was badly burned by the fiery liquid and suffered much pain Mrs Bell had gone to her medicine chest to take a dose of peppermint which she takes as a preventive of in digestion A bottle of carbolic acid was on the shelf with the peppermint and without noticing particularly Mrs Bell reached for the bottle and put a small amount in her mouth The minute that the acid touched her lips she realized that she had gotten hold of the wrong bottle so quickly spewed it out of her mouth and then grabbed a glass of water and washed her mouth out Quick as she was the world of the acid was quicker and she is suffer ing with a badly burned mouth arid lips as a result Harrodsburg HeraJd PLEASANT GROVE Mr H R Thompson of Texas spent a few days with S P Thompson the last of the week Mrs WP Hays and Mr Tucker of Bloomfield spent Sunday night at the home of BL Litsey Mr N P Thompson was in Harrods burg last week Mr Whitenun has moved to his farm purchased from Mr JR DurreU We welcome Mr Whiteman arid lamily into our community Rev CSry 3 Blaine will preach at the Pleasant Grove Church on next Sunday and it is the desire of the officers that as m nyif the people in this and surrojauding neighborhoods come out to the Services Mrs Bertha JHQrd Mrs Will Thur man and William Lewis Litsey spent last week with Mrs B Litsey Miss Sue Edger ton has returned after a visit to dlaWDni 3loemfleld Mr and Mrs John Goatleyof Xan aaa who have been at the home of J F G egory for two weeks have gone to I oyle County to visit relatives before returning to their home They wer sccmpanied by Mr Gregory j M 33 Ellen Gregory has returned trom a vi it to Middleboro Mr John Polin was at home last Sun aYe ATOP THE FREIGHT TRAIN Walking the Cart a Hair R illnl Ex perlehce For a Novice There came oter me as I sat In the caboose that evening a wiild desire to ride with the engineer in the cab Planning to slip ahead along the halt mile or so of train at the first stop I made known my desire to our conductor over that part of the run Theyll be glad to see you he told me You wont have any trouble get tin there Its a mild evenin He swung open the window of the lookout and called to his rear brakeman Jim partyJimmieof the lookout before I clearly realized the entire plan It was a slippery path over the roofs of sixty cars to the big engine that was pulling us and a wind that swept in from the shores of the icebound lake along which the tracks ran for many miles snapped sharply over those car roofs Jimmie hung on to his lantern with one hand to his con voy with the other Long miles over those slippery car roofs bad taught him to regard it as no very serious businessThis aint nothin was his assur ance It sometimes gets nasty when we get down to zero an a blizzard comes arippin from off over the lake Sometimes you have to get down an crawl on all tours It wouldnt be much fun to be swept oil the tops of those carS There was no disputing that nor that the three lengthwise planks at the gable of the car roofs were not wide promenades You jump from one to another to cross from car to car and a man has got to have something of a gymnastic training and some cir cus as well as railroad blood In bht veins to do it many times without dropping into one of the hideous dark abysses between A hand out of themIin the face fearing possibly he pulled me flat dbwn upon the car roofThat was a telltale he explained and before 1 could ask further we were in a short reach of a tunnel and 1 understood We were whirled through that tunnel like a package in a tube and if we had raised our arms we could have touched the flying roof of the bore The smoke lay heavy in the place It filled our eyes and nostrils Not real nice said Jimmie cheerily But no danger In the holes save now and then an Icicle gets a crack at your nut You see there aint much use in arguin the matter after that telltale strikes youEdward Hungerford in Harpers PARIS HAGPICKERS An Occupation That Is Passed Along From Father to Son The ragpickers of Paris are born to their work the occupation being pass generationsII fn spite of all the progress made in modern dnd elegant Paris parrels of waste are plied up on the streets in front of many buildings on beautiful boulevards in the early morning hours and it is the privilege and In fact the mission of the ragpickers to examine this refuse They have use for everything and butllttle is left after they have passed their thoroughness being one reason why the system Is still allowed Ever scrap of paper has Its market rags are gathered for paper manufac turers shoes go back to leather deal ers Old sardine and preserved meat tins are used for making playthings old bones produce gelatin and glue hem ons and iffrauge peelS are greatly sought after and sold at the rate of a sirupImauutacturers tortes and even stale vegetables are carted away The quarters of the ragpickers of Paris are just outside the confines of the city sectionH carefully avoided by most people who do not belong to the guild Every member of the family from the oldest to the threeyearold takeR pert In the sorting of the spoils and it often happens that members of a family die either from poisoning from stale food or from a cut from one of the tins Popular Mechanics MajesticDemonstration and et us show you why the Great and Grand Majestic Range is the beet or WarewQrthsaolrfk MCELROY SHULTZ ftit ftj 1 r4 I i CLEARANCESALEIOF I Ladies Tailored SuitstloaksFursiI SBWOne lot 1200 and I500B9BI W r Childrens and Misses Cloaks at HALF PRICE oandI2 itoV ftt This a rare chance to buy HfchClass Garments mighty Low Pdceso hurry and yet here before they are all out tot Special Low r prices on Ladles Jawn Waists Black Sattoe waists and Silk and e fBarrains r l Jin department Come and be convinced ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE GO Ir INCORPORATED +SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 431 t It III tItHtttHtt4+ ttI1JI lItift Dr Ga TBurtODRES- IDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with t out Pain CROWN A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in flagon Block up stairs Local News Notes r = u Dont fail to see Quitsat Opera House February 4 A new lot of Hair Braids just in Also the new Turban Cap and Coronet Braids See them Mrs Williams Born to the wife of Mr J W Riedel Jan 21 1910 a fine girl a Ddnt forget the Horse Sale Feb 26 at Boblittsstable FOR RENTAbout 8 acres for corn and 8 for oats MRS LAURA VEST Sell your Hides and Fare to Grinstead He pays highest prices At Jones old stand The Ladies of the Baptist church will serve Court Day Dinner in February l Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Mr Leo Haydon Get your Horses ready for the 5th Annual Horse Sale Feb nary 26 A rare treat seldom offered will be the comedy drama Quits at Opera House February The Ladies of the Methodist church will serve dinner on county court day in April Sell your Hides and Furs to Grinstead He pays highest prices At Jones old stand Its worth 800 to you to read our advertisement in this paper so dont overlook it MCELROY SHULTZ For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop Dont forget the will have buyers for all classes of horses Feb ruarp 26 at Boblits stable SCIATICA IN STOMACH t Ladies Coats b Ldng for Black 12 00it Ladies 15 Long Black Coats ior Ladies S3rtd7Long Black Coats W is fora closed White every The atf WORK Friday datee T Mr Anderson Holderman this week sold to Mr1 John H Ellioit his farm in the Pottsville country and consisting of 135 acres for a consideration of 4500 rr Quits at Opera House February Specialties alone are worth the price Buy your tickets early On next Sunday morning Rev Purdom will preach at the church The occasion will be the odiI nation of deacons Messrs Dudley Tapp Charlie Brady and J D Barker Aaving been elected deacons The pastor will preach at toe evening service r elhammerwere absolutely sold Quits a high class Comedy Drama with a lot of Good Specialties mixed in will be presented at the Opera House Feb 4 Buy your tickets early Judge 1 H Thurman and family have moved from the house they have been occupying on Covingtori avenue to the McKenna property on East Main street Mr Richard C Boblitt who recently purchased the property just vacated will move to it the latter part of the week 7 f veItomorrow for Louisville where they will make their future home Mr Jon having associated himself with a produce firm of that place Mr Jones and family have made their home here fo a number of years and during the per iodof their residence in Springfield have made many friends who will retgret to see them leave but who them happiness and prosperity in their nEw honie Buy a range with a reputation and take advantage of our Free Offer during f our Week Jan 24 to 29 Come in and let us show you MCELROY SHULTZ We have a number of farms for sale tres from 500 to 2000 Good tot farms stock farms all kinds off rmsSee ua for city property in Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky Come and see the great cookingwon der at our store all next week You have a chance to get a Souvenir Set of Ware Free See large advertisement in this paper MCELROY SHULTZ I DnM i us ANTIPAI N PILLS I OR- NEURALGIA RHEUMATISM BACKACHE HESt- DtSTRfSSIN SLEEPLESSNESS 00 Petticoats tBaptistI Demonstration Headae he TAKE Hfi of the Utti Tabl CtS- tH AN is GoN t J LOCUST GROVE Miss Mary Blantonof Boston iyvisi tins her sister Mrs Ed Birck Rev Hamiliton of Louise was her guest of Miss Frances Litsey Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs George Moore itmg friends and relatives at lacknl1e Henry Reedwas the guest of JS Leachman Thursday Mrs Bell Kays is spending several weeks with Mrs A L Litsey Mrand Mrs Jairiesl Claybrooke spent Sunday with the family ot A L i Litsey MUB Susie Edger on ihas returned from a visit to friends atWoodJawn and Bloomfield Mrs Tom Baker speqt aeveralday last week with her sister Mw Xatt Moran naar Litsey Mesdames Julia LH man aadElki Litsey were m WilliabedaeedaJr on business ElMr Lloyd Colyin lid retanwdTrJTJij Z the Grundy Home Mr Charlie Cornish has moved tor Sharpsville and Mr Woford has navel into the house vacated byCornish Master Walter Litsey is pjilb sick listEFever Sores Feaver sores and old chronic sores shouldesbe kept in healty condition This caa be done by applying Chambeilaing Salve This salve has not su star lor 4trsore Ri JDWIM aTiPublic Sate r T will on tFeb 5 191O at my home in Willisl urg Ky begm ing at 1 oclock p m sell at p bic auction the following i HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITUR 1 Dresser 1 Stand Table 1 Bureau 1 Drop Leaf Table 2 Bed Steads one iron with Prinpf 1 Extension Dining Table 1 Cupboard 1 Cdt 1 Cook Stove ft cooking Wteiiiwk MISCELLANEOUS 1 Wagon l 1 Set of Harness 2 Double shovel Plows Mowing lsde Hoes Some Irish etc Terms lade known on day of sale v P J Gibson If yew ha- yHeadache Try One Thsy Relieve art Quickly Iarint a T had Aftrffci r I r 25 t 2S eDbNever swc Jf- f Ir l I4l Lfz == f c tfrHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY tze 1910 J 2 ii aw t 4 4ala 14n ra yi i nnr REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF i a 7fhe FaIrmers BankyPoinc biisinesin tewnof Mackville Countyof Washington Stateof Kentucky At the close of business on the 28th day o Decemberdd 9 V vv aBE lift I RESOURCES u c fL and Discounts wIth One or more endorsers 0 surety fj1it 5828s 93 Rei E Mortgages f1Call Loan8OU Collateral Time loans on COllateraltU S Bondi i Other Stocks Bonds Etc Dye from National banks 1868111 Due from State Banks and Bankers A 450086 Due from Trust Companies J l1500ooUnited States and National Bank INotesJ a i ri 82781 n Checks and other cash itemsrExchange for Cleariac HousetOverdrafts secures j j 1 Overdrafts aai 1765 20 Taxest Current Paid 1 1394 62 RwilEstaYeBanking House 139666 OtherReaLg tate l k f d Fixtures 100000 Other Assets not included under any of above heads Total Mi J 8435519 jT fr iv LIABILITIES V Capital Stock paid v m1D cashv v ri ff 1500000 Surplus Fundm rL 260000 Profits 2 37906 Fund to pay Taxes 18133 256039 50Q4220DepositsDemand certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 1357570 paidSCertified Checks Due National Banks L 57690 Due State Banks and Bankers C Due Trust Companies t li Cashiers Checks outstanding v Notes and Bills rediscounted iAitUnpaid Dividends f Taxes due and jitiptrtd 1L Bills payable i crL Amount of unclaimed deposits on hand m + Other Liabilities not included any of the above headsj r JI Total it 8435519 State of Kentucky County of Washington foct srIJ E I Brawn Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to thebestof thy knowledge and belief y x J E BROWN Cashier f Subscribed and sworn jto betoreme this 12th day of January 1910 V ar X ORCENETH PETER D C vjfe V tjtf JOHN T SWEENEY 0 l G W POWELL r VT DAN McILVUY Directors I r Marion County r ILrThe bans were published at St Aug i ustines church last Sunday between ia13Sue Craven of this city daughter bf ATrv W P Craven anJ Mr Walter SIcouityweek in this month and the couple will leave imro pittely after the cere- VimonY for St Louis where they will reside Jm f r t Quite a large number of friends and relations were presonp at St Charles church near St Marys yesterday morn vinj to witness the ceremony prpnounc unitedTin marriage Miss Mary A Flanigan to Mr Charles Edward Blandford The bride is the accomplished daughter of Mr J T Flanagan ot St Marys and thegroom is a son of MrE C Bland lord and is a successful farmer living 16n the St Rose pike ajtfut 2J miles from Lebanon f Mrs Elizabeth Mattingly died at the home ofher son Bart Mattingly about about two and one half miles nortb of t Chicago Tuesday of infirmities mci dem to old age The funeral services were conducted Wednesday morning by 4 Kev Father Werner at St Francis Church at Chicago and interment was in the burial ground at that place Deceased was the widow of the late James Mattingly and waS Well beloved by friends jand nei zhbolaShe is survived her two sons Bart and Ed iiItMr George Graves 77years of age died suddenly Sunday morning at his home in Raywick his death being caused presumably by heart trouble The funeral services were conducted at St Francis church at Raywick Tuesday morning and interment was at St Charles burial ground near St Mary s Deceased was highly esteemed and widely known He issurviveti by his aged wife and three children Cured of a Severe Attack of Bronchitis Chamberlains Cough Remedy byI On October 18 last my little 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 power power of speech completely and was a very sick child Fortunately wa had a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy in the house and gave it to her accord ing to the printed directions On the second day was a greatdeal better and on the fifth day Oct 23rd she was entirely well of her cold and bronchitis which I attribute to this splendid medi cine I recommend Chamberlains ccugh Remedy unreservedly as I have found it the surest safest and quickest cure for colds both for children and adults of any I have ever used For sale by The Leo Haydoy Drug Co Notice r We have several ice cream freezers which were sent out last summer and never returned We would like to have them so we can get them ready for next sea son If you have one of them plgase telephone us and we will call and ret it Katie Hertlein Bro 1 Fresh bread Cakes Candles aO fruits Fresh Oysters and Celery WOULD IMPROVE POLOFi Experts Want More Op Play In Strenuous Game CHANGES IN THE RULES Goals Now Can Be Scored by Throw Ing as Welt as Touching Interesting t Experiments to Make Sport Lets Exacting Upon Participants Introducing new rules Into water goalsbyhas not proved easy O M Richards captain of the Yale swimmers was saddled with the formulating of these rules by the Intercollegiate Swimming association and immediately asked the assistance of prominent testis in ex perimenting and then suggesting meansSeveral teams have given the mat ter close attention and it is rather interesting to note the variety of reports on results One captain says that his squad found it absolutely impossible to score from outside the fifteen foot line by throwing while others claim that two points is too much forathrown goa because one is generally secu ed the minute the goal tender mot s from directly under the board Of course this difference of opinion was to be anticipated The viewpoint depends en irely on the playing of the back field If the goal tender guards his post faithfully be should not find it difficult to stop a badly inflated rubber ball thrown from a distance of more than fifteen feet but let him go swimming around follow ing the play as is often done under the present rules and the opportuni ties for scoring are frequent And excellent It has been shown that if the goaltender can be lured from his post the upinball and before the goal tender can get back the goal is thrown and generally made It takes some accuracy to hit it but a good player is not likely to miss a target four feet by two the size to which the board has been increased even from a thirty foot throw which brings one practically to the center of most water polo pools Without attempting to predict what the new rules will do for the game one can estimate at a glance the Influence they are bound to have upon it which is to open up the play and oblige the abandonment of continued massing to favor of faster swimming and more passing There is no doubt that only In ex treme cases will the goal tender dare to move from his place and this will take at least one man from the scrim mage As the forwards will always be looking for ad easy score by throwing there will be ess tendency to form a shoulder to shbulder attack and especially after thi repulse of a charge by hard tackles tnere will probably bet x more effort to secure a score by throw Ing than by touching The abandoning persistent mass Ing will do a lot toward making the game clean and free from objectiona ble tactics apd toward preventing accidents and hurts It Is in the vicious tackles long held that tempers are lost and retaliation sought and It is when a man is exhausted by a terrible underwater struggle that a subsequent tackle results In an accident mainly because e has not the neces sary strength tp resist Convince a man that when he is tired he can do just as well by keeping out of a tackle and either trying to throw a goal or passing to a teammate that Is well situated for it and nil ideal game embodying the best points of both socker and American water polo will be the result Results of the collegiate experiment will be watched anxiously by all If satisfactory the rules will probably be adopted by the Arnatey Athletic union 1 changes in the rules are as fol lows Goals can be scored by throwing as well as touching Goals to count must be thrown from outside the fifteen foot line and give a team 2 points the old style goal by touching counts 5 poiuts The goal board has been increased from twelve inches by three feet to eighteen inches by four feet It Is expected that these changes will open up the play The old rules were not very strict when it came to punishing men for rough work New changes many re visionists claim will do much to elfin Hate this faulty part of the game What the revisionists are really after is to make the game more open The mass plays and close formations have done much to hurt its popularity it Is claimed and by making it of an open nature It is thought that the game will become higher in favor than it heretofore has been As the game stands now water poloists claim it has many objectionable points and that there Is much room for Improvement The English game of water polo Is considered by many to be a far bet ter and more interesting game than that played here By amalgamating the two styles much improvement in the game will be obtained Polo en the Pacific Coast The Meadowbrook polo team mem copvhomwill challenge for the championship have annoiueedrtbattbe 111piayau this wintwriu California I Sp l JlJi ciajrFOR JANUARY it RugsMattingsIt j Rugs Qxi2 Axminster Rugs 21 to 2500 9XI2 Tapestry Rugs I S10 to 1750 4x7 Smyrna Rugs 495 36 v 300 3ob 6o 250 F3x6 375 27x54 250i 3x6 Velvet Rugs t wvL 295 27x54 VelvetRugs L 135 5- cMattings12 Curtains Wall Paper 4 5 Z 12 up to20 cents We haveaKood assortment in all these foods v i Special prices on all winter goods during month of January Cunningham Duncan Co k = = Iw V STALLARD D D b IJ SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH Pain or Din pr All fnrlr Done in this office is first I Diand II ELOver McElroy Shaders Grocery 6x1 IioeaeaeaeOeDeoeOeOeoooa O I Personal Notes- o c f 0- o Visitors In and Out of TownA 0- O Round Up cftheWeeks a s oeoeoooeoooeooOo a Miss Catherine Spalding of Leban on spent Sunday with Missy Bertha Ha don Miss Annie Cooper qf Louisville and Miss Nell Cooper of Lebanon are guests of Miss Margaret Hagaon this week Miss Louise Hay on who was called home several weeks ago by the death ot her little sisterMartha has returned to school at Memphis Tenn Misses Nannie Thompson andJen me Leachman have returned home after a visit to friends in Louisville Mr Ely the of Mason City Iowa is visiting his sister Mrs RA Mc Elrpv Mrs Lizzie Durrett is visiting in Louisville this week Mrs Stem will return to her home in South Carolina after a stay of sev eral months here Mrs JL Barber has returned home after a visit to friends in Louis ville Mrs Di R Litsey and Mrs Margaret Norman have returned home from Nashville Tenn Miss Lillie Simms is visiting friends in Louisville Miss Addle Logsdon is visiting friends in Louisville this week Miss Mahony of New Haven is visiting Miss Catherine Thompson ij Mr 0 C Pace of Lebanon wasin town yesterday Miss Etta Spalding of ijebanon spent Sunday with Mrs Ralph BJ ldrick Miss Myrtle Campbell will leave in m few days to vsiit her brother in In dianapolis jMiss Flaget Simms will return home tomorrow after a visit torMiss Ida Charles Carroll in Louisyille Mrs Ca nlwn the Misses Guetig andMrt Max11 CerirbrL6uityillphave haw the roost of YirleYlttiai arUtia 1 h Carpets Axminster Carpets 1 0O Tapestry Carpets 85c wid 50c Ingrain Carpets 35c 45c 65caid 1 c15c 2Qc aftA 25c t Lace 40c 5oc 75C i 125 150 up to 4Po Mrs R A McElroy is visiting in Hanover Indiana this Week Mr W 0 Stiiles of Bardstown was in town Mondav Mrs Jennie nearItown is very low at this writing Her many friends hope for her a speedy recovery Hon Naft W Halstead was here IRMrs WW Hatchett and two children of Perryville are visiting their son Mr md Mrs 0 D Hatchett State Fire Marshal W F Neikiric spent Saturday and Sunday with his family at this place W L Camtron of New Hope was here the first of thejgreek Messrs T M Estes and W W McEiryof Lebanon were County Court day visitors Mri Mack Miller of Nelson County was in townModay Miss Pearl Conner is the guest of her sister Mrs Kate Williams ltLTEXAS iI 2i Born to the wife pf G W Cocan ougher on the 21st a boy Marian the youngest child of Mr and Mrs Clay Brady is quite ill with Bron chial pneumonia Mrs Bertha Turner and children of Mackville are visiting relatives at this bplaceMrs W E Grume and little son Earnestof Frederioktown returned home today after a visit at the home of Mrs Margaret Kimjerlin Mrs j Lewis Harmon of Bowling Green remains the guestof her mother Mrs Margaret Kimberlm Miss Emma Leachman of Louisville has been visiting friends here Mr Wilhelm Peterson is in LouisvHk this week Mr TE Wilson and Miss Mattie Kimberlin ot this place were married at the Bobbitt Hotel in Lebanon on Thursday Jan 20 Ty left immedit atelv for Louisville jwhere they spent aI few days Miss Klimbfirlin is the daughter ot G T Kimberlin and is an attractive young woman Mr Wilson will start a general store at this place th a short while Mr and Mrs Wilson returned home Saturday Mr W T Head has exchanged his farm for the property of Mr W R Cocanougher rtf this place Mr Head expects to build a store which he will aim to complete in the Spring alter which he will start into usinees- We are very fld to welcome Rev R to Fwdop mftay b k U oar village after spending a year in Sprin field Mrs H G Peterson who has beet quite ill is much improved Dr D A Crosby oftexinf ton jk here for a fcw days Mr WT Campbell has gone t e Perryille to make kin home with M daughter Mrs Steve Wilson 4 Mrs Nancy Cocanoujjher of the Lone tRun neighborhoodis theRtiatot rtfa tires here Master Herman Cocanougherife verr ill at this writing f Mr Howard Webb and Mist Slli Elhotte both of thePotte neig hbor hood were quitel named oa Jut ThursdaYlt home ojf Dr A X Hack placeby Rev Hatchet af j Tathara Springs t Mr J D Peterson has raged front Louisyille Mr Peterson few hUed hw store with a complete line of dry goods Shoes and Clothinjc t Miss Myrtle cano heri oa t1N + sick list Mrs Margaret KimberUa Sae hadiI 1 telephone placed in herbMr Jacob Cocant her of Pejrryyilk was the guest of relative here rcwrt lpfMr Morgan Arnold of Boyle County spent Sunday with hisbr tbrlrRL Arnold I The Beautiful Sflow jj Come little flakes saidthe wheat totA snow Come make me a blanket Sorarm yot so cold Summer has passed and the daysgr old Come little flakes saId theRoweiato the snow Come sing the soft little songs that yea know And deck every tree with ewelaaojak Come little flakes praise the dLose aboveI For showing to us so rauch of hit ftThough we have wandered so far from hs care Dancing slid whirling the little fiMca came V Praising the flowers and wbeateaUuc them And spread a wars coverlet over tMr heeds JS555 Waiting ndW1tin the call oft Soon fast asleep on the shore of Lifes river- Dreaming eg cosily m their war la h Liimie Davis MackvlUe XI Work uttThe busiest Uttto tbinffs ryIithat ehanffM fI VBIIS rte Mtssi iM1 bit fa malpoiwrnnLt eoee rIte 4- l =JM 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 26 1910 Af A A i AAAAAAVfa- s CAPTU1U3Dr SPIES Jf1Qry of the Crwl Wc iy THOMAS GRISWOLD 1CgyyrIgt liI1thy American Pres Association t A Y J YY Y Y Y Butlers coming Railroad tracks ill torn uD and the telegraph wires sat You boys had better get right kt9 Petersburg Im going there vo give the alarm A dust covered farmer mounted on a foaming horse Who had come tear UeRkhmondtUrnplkea barefooted newsboys who were restin- gntbeshadeon the side of the turnpike a few yards from the point where fk crossed the Richmond and Peters irarg railroad TtilHwa lu the early days of eneralBeItine Janes river older of these two newsboys Watfifteen 1 will call him Jack I wan the younger one and was eleven years oldIWe discussed the question wbether re should go home or go oh toward fslimpeefederate boys at that time regarded as sort of monster alongtheJ a Rlcbraoad Jersunder our arms AM weturned a curve neactbe Swift creek bridge wesaw about a mile be fond a sight that greatly excited us Tbe air was full of black smoke occasionaldashclose enougb4o discover that the source of the Mmes was a great pile of telegraph poles anfl railroad ties Butler men dld that said Jack Well have to be mighty cautious bets get into the dltbh along the trAck n4 keep a sharp lookout Just beyond a s rise of the ground north of thejiouse was a Un Jon encampment e smoke lazily rose from a hundred campfires and the white tents gleamed in the bright tHBBshine In a manner that was almost painfultothe eyes Gradually it dawned upon us that tbe camp had been suddenly abandon edso suddenly indeed that the din tiers were left cooking on the fires andull sorts of camp utensils and provisions were scatter promiscuously around We made strafgbt for the big ten In front of which the Bug was flying Jack lowered the flag With a beating heart I entered the to ItI found I littered with torn pap ers and maps IB one copier was a ct rap chest upon Which were painted the words Genera B F Butler U S A In a tent in the rear tit General But lees which was probably used as a kitchen we found p tock of prod along that set us wild with delight We had little to eat it house and now withourt food A pot of coffee steamed oh the fire in front of the tent On the shelves in side ivasa boiled brim aria about It anka chest was found to con breadOhwagon we might carry home a lot of these things te114 said the next best thing is to tote home as much as we can o our woks What are we going to th rackonVsaid Jack that the folks at home would like tea and coffee best They are scarcest We decided to load ourselves down with those two articles We found some empty sacks and divided th contents of the sack of green coffee General Butlers kitchen tent into two parts9td1JI1for forty pounds each acltetBpand put inside the sacks contalnin- cotfee and Jack also stuffed into bis sack the flag in front of the generals tent which he had taken down when Jie first entered the camp iHesuggested that I give him a part of my coffee In order to lighten the load and at first was inclined to do so but when I thought bpw the people at home after many months use of chicory ported corn roasted sweet potato parings and other poor substi tutes for coffee would enjoy the gen nine article made up my mind that would carry home the Contents of the sack if bad to drag it over the en tire five mites We had been so much eefted with eur discoveries that we had not no ticed that the sun was very low It iwould be dark before we could reach home We gazed louglngly at what we jvere leaving behind and started homeward We took the turnpike with the hope of getting a lift In Some passing ver hicle As we trudged along we saw two Confederate cavalrymen riding to ward us in our tear lest they should rob us of our precious possessions we slouched along as near the woods as we could get hoping they would pass without noticing us Vain hope Halt we heard one of thlmshout just as they wero abreaitfr of us One of them who wotf a corporal dismounted He was a cruel looking fellow anfl we oqD discovered that his looks did mot belie him Walking up to Jack ltegrpfEly tasked What have you got Arid at the same time roughly r t t s JerkPdthe sackirotntlheterrifledboyss- houlder 4 Plunging his arm into the sack he- drew out the United States flag At sight of this thee corporal shouted Spl altorsiand danced about wildly It was useless for us to try to explain to the infuriated nun ands to ci9trlgbtenedtoourselves Ift1 go ngto carr1 9ou to Geaertl Beauregsrds headquarters the cor oral said and youll bbotass-pf s We believed him It was not therefore with verY good spirits that we started on our march to Oeneril Beau regards headquartersE We wished to throw our sacks away but our captors would not allow it so we plodded along our loads on our backs and the corporal constantly threatening to thrash us for our sloW- ness We turned out of the turnpike into a crossroad ventured to ask bow far quarterswerethe head from the corporal asked the other soldier if be would not carry my sack behind him on his horses back a little way believe he would bave done so If the corporal had not forbidden it Just as we reached the top of a long hill and I was about to drop from fa tigue saw that we were near our journeys end in front of us was a large building which before the days of railroads had been a roadside inn dfortbled to the porch whlcb extended andwhfchdiers apparently couriers and order lies As we reached the porch the soldiers began to rally the corporal upon hl repsbutopen door after Instructing his companion to hold us This was a useless instruction We needed no holding except as we were receiving from the floor of the porch completelyexhausted til the corporal came out to summon US to the presence of General Beanre gard 1Bring the sacks yelled the corpora as we started in without them I am certain that no mprderers ever went to receive sentence of death with w aker knees than wp bad as we were pushed Into the presence of General B au regard openedthsatlngWell my boys what Is the trouble saw seated at a little pine table a dapper little man Inn gray uniform small mustache and imperial and tkind looking brown ay ees was smiling straight Into my eyes and be wasts toonndthlnklng that our lives were safe in the hands of a man vhjo could smile like that Behind the general several men were busily engaged In writing and scat omcersvvUomlsttiff IPeryone was smiling in the pleas antest way i In fact the only ill na man In the room vas the corporal who had brought us in repealedWbat dfibe corporal began to answer but the generals d have had your stbry Now I want the side Jack was much encouragedfie stepped forward and told a stralghtfop ward story of tbe way in Avhlchj we bad been arrested and of the cor usnShameful said the general as he looked at the corporal with angry eyes Then turning to lack again he sold kindly Now tell me where you got tits flag and other things We got them from General Butlers abandoned camp on Shippens farm promptlye txgth3iexcitedly asked the general as he jumped up and t walked4 around to sameatime the room was with the officersgapproa Yes sir 1 am telling the truth Jack answered proudly looking the general straight In the eyes Contin airs he told the whole story from beginning to end oat forgetting the din ButlerflJkItcbenGeneral Beauregnrd field a whisper ed consultation with the gfBcers pres ent and they soon hurried out Turn Ing to the corporal the general said In view of the important Information thes boys have given me forgive your foolish arrest and brutal treat ment of thom Vou may go The corporal went out crestfallen By this time It had grown quite dark tad the military clerks were writing by the light of tallow candles General Beauregard turned to one of them and gave Instructions in nlow tone We sat down on a bench at the dark side of the room apparently forgotten Presently the general walked over to where we were sitting and placing his hand on my head said I suppose you boys are anxious to gethome Yes sir we an at onceVeil wZIboth I will send my ambulance Meantime accept my thanks for the important 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ail4 Philosophy ty WJtCAJt H SMITH t ZEAL vMISTAKEN THE man Who wanted goldenrod emblem of this nation Was no a chap ot verY Jarlte I And ample observation 3 Be never nursed hay fever through A tearful snlQly season With forty handkerchiefs a day And that may be the reason The goldenrod looks very fine When In the pasture waving But still In spite of that It does A lot of misbehaving You wouldnt guess to see ItTtfiere Its modest colors wear tig speechThatFor In the breezes lightly swayed pollenAnd of woe i swollenAndAway to other places iWhere blossoms that are not so rude In autumn days keep cases withoutItrangeNot itralnTheBut little flshes how it does Induce a world of wheezing Try a Change Have a good lawyer draw up your will to prevent contests advises n great lawyer That is not a new idea The world has been trying it out for some time and where Is it no- Where t tint In h wreck of broken wills that would reach from the earth tc Mary if strung out Ina straight line Why not try something else for a change Why hot have a omiojqpera Jl6ttt- tlst or the man who patent wITh n te contenfs Id be set to muSic and theyjury awake when the will was being broken Out fa Job There terrible distress lnl Swlt zerlnnd I Enrt Wbats the matter Old men wit h Just one tooth cant fn4 work any more Why ntitT V J A mbine lias been Invented to make the holes In Swiss cheese Reliable Guide How conld t hp lexpJoreiCtell when he got to the north pole That was easy 4 Jut there were npalgns Werent there That shows whajr yOt dont know abou Kit There werE signs of a hard winter everywhere l Quite a Risk tJDo you know Doosot Yes and he Is taking awful chances JIhn what respect 1 hI understand be 1S running about without a dog license InsomniaVictim1f Ojieasy lies the head that wears the crown For down though his pillow may belmadeot efow could ha slumber in an iron jacket His ear attuned at ail a racketT IrreSf1r Coming w SWell jbomls matrimony old man I hear you have entered that stateJI am In the second degree now What Is that AlimonyI PERT PARAGRAPHS In these strenous times a man does not have to be more than thirty to no tlce the next generation crowding himIr The only time you San strike a bat loonist Is when be is down There may be a penalty attached to being rich but there is consolation in the reflection that you always have the money to pay It When a man pays as hegoeshe often develops a tendency for staying A soft answer may sometimes take the place of a hard hitter but nQt al ways It is hard for some to sustain tbej shock entailed by haying an Idea Having learned to fly the only thing left Is todlg to the center of the enrthI and then mae will be about through If we like to brag why shouldnt we as It is ps the one thing we do wellJ ththe goods doesnt ru qulre another man to testify to the factThe man who pleases a Woman is busy all the day nut gives a corroLt rnd authentic ticeouut of his nights r I 1of d LONG POWER BOAT RACE Yachtsmen t Compete in 1100 Mile- Centsst to Havana Arrangementsfor the long distance PhUudelphlatoMay 2J are ntJiirtnj completion TheIprizes to be awarded are of a ing nature yachtsmen declare and areI expected to draw a large umber of entrants The prize which Twill go the winner consists of a cup valued tof 1000 and 1000 in cash The sec 50011cup third boat will get a 250 and 250 in cash To make the eventmorein terestnig the Havaiia Yacht club offers to the winner of the race back home a cup valued at 250 The distance of the race is about 1100 miles but owing to the xiohf irma tion ot the coast the voyaiylsltromI 50 to 200 miles Jon upon the course taken LEMM A GOOD ONEI Swiss Wrestler CsrtaihlyEntitled to Another Chance at Gotch Since his arrival in this country some time ago loin Lenim the Swiss I wrestler has wilde a splendid shdw bellis JOHN LEMM STURDY SW SS WBBSTLKB that has visIted this country In the past two years Lemur recently tackled Gotch and gave the champion more than he bargained for Gotch agreed to 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Hippopotamus NE i HARD TO CAP1iJffE tlnfl AWay With Oneftlos1fines Mahon theWek of rag aine ih Bf Feline Seem Like Childs flay Methods of the Hunters Trapplag the bit rellneH hJcllUdlif c1ijPuja Ms 9t the bis pig WhiHy the iit hIJIftOfHUWlteo k to a IfKItDd too heavy to transport wlltleriMJtwonld toii1xIYtraatedlie lite civilization Therefore fckej eiiyeffs oaly chance te tq fled a cow With a calf and to capture the yeans Mr lwexttorJorthe appearance of a phfegmatk pon etfrbm ptg like a rhinoceros to Indicate I hurdyAijra dangerous than this rarest of all stir etfriiajwle captives Awkward as atfonce arou throught- 11 densest thicket with the Irresistible speed of an express train To catch a rhinoceros the trapper preceeds with pruparuttouir much as weald ao explorer bound for a two or three year expedition Jn the Interior aa unexplored oothJ itfur the IMculty confronting him is the three l1ddine ot first penetrating a 4tiou- aawd or more miles Into the Interior second of finding not only a rhinoce Shteti but a rhinoceros row with a calf Sid eaongh to capture end lastly of inMspertlQg his prfei acrotw hills and areudtxlua And plains over rivers and ntrlaes across Hwatnpa and through fereets to cirilimion iII thiK swamps und rivers the then airs KTCT on the lookout for the deep round spoors like a u e plate driven liMe tike mud for hi this trot ground tae rhlaoceroB loves to wallow bre- aleeetly five or six months elapse be tore the tracks of Ii cowluld a calf are wed up ots ffls and rpm lweII to leeward thee trapppf Hud his men gradually item Bearer until the cow and the aft are inclosed In a circle From ah dout of the maze of cane and creeper sounds the uneasy stamping ef the cow With U halt snort half grunt hi an Instant the rhinoceros is all attention Head raised ad nostrils coining she searches the air steadily At sight of ope ot the savages the cow flushes with the spend utH nice horse at the man cbarKing the humus decoy and at that Uisiaut the trappers rifle Is b nLaad her furioas charge etgrtirorided the bullet reaches the Hart tvstriklDg just behind the lef- tferelegtbe only vulnerable point in itie inch thick armor with which the east is clad Now and then it happens that the trapper tails to kill in time his gun may miss tire intervening trees may laterfcre or the marksman may miss its aim Then the life of th decoy depends upon his own agility To run to oae side before the thinoceros Is al xuost oa top Of him would be fatal for the swift brute would overtake him with a few bounds His only hope Is to wait until the deadly born is almost at his feet and then with the swift efw ef a inonpoose dodging the aim of a cobra to leap to oUe side white the pooderoiiH creature unable to turn short ID time dashes onward under its earn impetus Twice three times a eleven native hunter will dodge In this WilY giving the trapper ample time to king down the rhinoceros Then conies tue trucking of the frightened calf which has tied at the- istj sign of trouble and soon It is poshed prodded and shoved up a bridge et log skids into a cage of the bullock curt But even more daHgerous Is the trap sing of the hippopotamus for al JKiough in itself the rhino Is a more wvage antagonist than the river horse the trapper linute the former on iaad and brings down at a safe distance whereas in the case of the hip ydpotamus be must tight in the same primitive fashion that savages have wed for ages Hand to maw as It were lie must engage this two ton monster while standing in the bow of su frail Mui e for the hippopotamus as its name the river horse means SB a laud and water animal and must Be harpooned nnd brought ashore be fore It expires otherwise it would sink at once lo the bottom of tin river the eoveted calf escaping among the other Hippopotamuses instead of following the strleleucow to share so that the youngster may l e cauglt A Uplker in St Nicholas t fThe Blue Danube luI retains its ancient splendors frhe ithiue is the river of Tine clad sunny hills riiiued castles on rugged crags mediaeval history And modpnltJlory In war and In peace a river bll t as the warble of a bird in the wood The Danube hills carry Immense ct almost untouched forests Higher and grander than the heights of the Rhine In the midst of this rich deep green terdnre lonely white noun fuins break In on the eye There are many wayside chapels too on the banks In solemn awesonie mnjestie fauty the Danube far excels the- rbPery pretty Rhine and it mOlt be calledv n pity that fo few American t 11encn e ntonr ow Jthls Inder ffrlbably Superb river0mnfiu c to ji Beef Humor and- Philosophy sr VJVCAA ft SMITH PERT PAIJAGflAPHS LIFE might be oae grated sweet song if a woman catlchargeaccount withoat etier liar i keritwar bands attention called to the same s It is hard to always tell the differ sometimesFor a ftler Inywheat you do not need Wright brothers latest doIDont try to too much nor too many people A mans idea of a good dinner is a simple little affair that tip kles all of his gustatory nerves and r q rac only- miputesIfje of his Aivifes time to prepare iThe size of a mans bank ac count may bear no relation to the sound o f his voice There may be some things that money cant buy but DO woman knows the shop that keeps them Ittis too bad theta mans soul mate cantialso be his sole mate Marvelous Is the optimist who can pay alimony cheerfully t Snap Wated I do not care for loattugr To work I am inclined If Just the situation To suit me I could find To be a parlor ornament Or something of that kind I think that I could fill it Without ablt of aid And have my work unequaled And strictly up to grade And oh would enjoy it Just Working at that trade As to remuneration Most anything voiud do Of course be ample Enough to see me The presidentialwages Id gladly cut In two As to the hours of labor They should not be too long The work would be nerve racking And Tin not very strong Just make it halt the evening nd 1 could get along If such a job were offered Id Jump at it so quick That It would Jar my molars And oh hew l would stick Id take in a minute Without a single vfclck In Danger She Is going to marry a man with a title Has she money J fNo rr Prospects of an inheritance Not anyW-hy is be marrying her He fell In love with tier He wants to be careful or they will throw him out of the dukes union Painful Gravity Who was It discovered the law of gravity Newton I believe MaYbe so but that bunch was telling jokes to In the smoking car had absorbed It If tb ey werent the orig inal discoverers Prepared Got any forty league boots Sure thing replied the enterpris ing storekeeper and it Is lucky you railed Thistly bargain day and they are marked down to thirtynine Suggestion To find out which waf really there And learn whose taBr was phony We might consult a polar bear And get his testimony Perhaps the bear would write a book On Peary and oa Dr Cook I Decorated the Town lam predicting that Harry will make his mark He has done so already Has be Yes with red pain i i Quite Feminine The typewriter fs almost human isnt it Yes you have to buy it a pew rib bon every once in awhile to keep it In good butnor Vicious iSbe called you a dog I wish I were How absurd N hrrI know to whom Id give bydro phobia Often the d seJ uHe Is such a hmid il1nn I bad noticed him piittefing about He can make anything Anything but a living Too Straining Why not have some sense Sense Yes I didnt want to make you Jealouft Absent Treatment Needed Do you really like to work Indeed I do- floodness Cant you tako some thing for itr i t PLUCKING Lilt riro An Operation Necessary to Pro cure Good Feathers LOCKING THi EIIRO S WINGS This Trlek Performed and Their Left fandagtd Together the HelpUw Geese Are Ready if Not Willing Vic tints For the Expert Picker Yes said manufacturer and dealer in bed furnishings it Is necessary takeafroththe beakh and comfort of people who tkink they must have feather lsaudpillows Dead goose feathers are not mucb better than husks to lie on and have not that great virtue of husks NholesumetiessThey doesnt hurt a goose to pluck It but it seems to me that one might as well say that it Wouldnt hurt yyukedoutbyfor believing a goose doesnt suffer when its feathers are being plucked out of It is that It never squawks or squeaks or makes a fuss while the plucking is going on likeetheout coming as they do from the tn dereat spots on Its body and the reason the fowl doesnt utter any protest prompted by pain is according to the way have sized geese up because s such a blame fool A goose will squawk and clatter and cackle as If it were suffering more agony than a horse with the colic just at the merit sight of you but if you corner it up and pelt It with stones It seems to forget that it has Itt voice and will take aM the punishment you give It witboat a turtberwordTbe Dutch farmers pluck geese today just the same as their forbears did time out of mind and dont know as there is any other way It certainly couldnt be made any pleasanter for the goose unless the pluckur held chloroform or some thing like that to Its nose while the plucking was going on The ge to be bereft of their feathers are first got togetherrin an IncloHure used for 1tbe purpose The perspicacity of gees may be strongly made known to you when they are being rounded up In such an iuclosure iftbtie should- happdiu to ue a knothole in One end of door being at the other That door Huy be six feet high and three broadl but goose after goose will ignore t and try its best to get through the knothole Induced though to try the goose will bob Its teed d1reery through for fear of tlt the top of the door jamb six feet above Thtre is a man or a boy in every neighborhood where geese are plucked who ISan expert in getting the goose ready for the process Not everyone can do that The wings of the goose have to be locked together by a pecul iar arrangement of the two near the sboul er and while they are not tied or fastened in any other way the lo lis such that no goose can Unlock it g osea feet are tied together with a bro d band of soft muslin Then It Is ready for the plucker ITb pluckers who are almost always omen go amongthe geese with their beads and faces entirely covered with hoods fastened around the neck with a shirr string Tbere are holes in the hoods for the eyes sad also at the nose to supply fresh air for breathing From the neck down the pickers are covered with a glazed muslin garment to which no feather or down will cling The pluckers will sit on low stools around a large and perfectly dry tub leach takes In her lap a goose made helpless by Its interlocked wings and bound legs and with rapid plying of her fingers separates the feathers from It This is done with such skill though that the plucker rarely breaks the gooses skin or causes blood tofollow the plucking out of a feather Tho air is constantly filled with the light feath era during the plucking but they setf tie into the tub at last But there isnt as much call for the goose to undergo this raping ef its feathers as there used to be Not one pound of gouge feathers Is used today twentyiasthma and bay fever long ago began to have a good deal to do with decreasing tho demand for feather beds and pillows It was discovered that asth rna and haj fever bad an affinity for such couches and head rests that nothing would start an asthmatic off for a cheerful nights wheezl f to quickly as a feather bed This discW ery spread and the goose owes a great deal of its later day comfort to th- easthmaDetroitFree Press I She Had Enough As Mrs May of Blrchdaje Corners was leaving the exhibition hall of the iouuty fair a roan stepped out OrK Acqth and accosted her Wont you enter said be and seethe startling Kpeiithariscoplc scintilla tions of radium T Mrs May shook her beadwith a smile however for she Is courteous it not scientific Im obi Iced to you she said but my bag Is chock full of samples uow Youths Companion e 7 t Made Very jlri Tommy Pop which Is 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