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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h IYt1 ij h k mbe prI + U r Jtlet t L t tt re DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS dF WASHINGTON COUNTY l 1r ih r 0 YSLUME VI SMINQFIELD KY WEDNESDAY FEIRUARY 9 ISIO NMkIISaJ NEWS AND GOSSIP OF- TOWN I u AND COUNTY Mattsrs of Interest Reported toT e Sun lsQuring The Prst Week Death of Mrs Perkins Mrs A lli Perkins died at the home of her husband four miles from Spring field on the MacKville pike Sunday February 6 1910 t3 oclock pm of oncank heart disease The deceased was known as a firm and consistant Christi4n and for years had been a falthf B and aettig member of the BaptihWch SHe t was sixty eight yearso ageandhad the lived until today would have celfr brated Tier fifty second wedding anni Tersary To Mr and Mrs Perkins jea children were born all of whom p Wig thee death of Mis Perking miss firsts in the family the chifc are J W Perkins of Battle Mmr Lizzie Royaltyof Shelbyviite Yrs Addie Wilson of Fenwick Mrs Willie Martin of Salina O Mrs Rebecca Royalty of Winchester Ky Alvafe Perkins ot Fetjwick and Mrs Nannie tKlnfather and mother The funeral services were conducted r 1FndaymorniIgiat preaching the funeral services Amusementsyq 1 f Manager HaYdori haS been especially good to the pleasure lovers orSprttg field of late All of last week the lie Dade Fun Makers were at the Opera house in popular price vaudeville Every night saw a full house the Saturday evening crowd being an especially large one This was partially due to the fact that the nail driving contest Held oH this evening This was ipated in by eight ladies of town the prize a gold watch bmgwon by Mrs W P Kelly who was able to drive eight nails into a board in less time than her competitors This week Fayssoax the hypnotist and telepathist has been performing wonderful feats of hypnotism mind reading and other stunts Hundreds viewed the subjectwhom he hypnotized Saturday night and left asleep in Hert hoursfLast Friday night Miss Margie Gra tams Dramatic ArtClass produced a one act comedy entitled1 QuitsDeiore= a wellfilled house The parts wer- to en by the boys arid girls of to vjjjftcreditaby portrayed the characters assigned them Atter the performance the iBung people were given an enjoy able dance 25 and Ten Days Judge Litsey fined Willis Edelen aj young colored man of this community on last Saturday 25 and gave him ten days in jail in addition thereto for haying toted concealed a iyelpon ag accused was charged with having oncealed on his person a pistol tlu t preceding the last election Th defendant swore that he had the pistol with him as alleged but that he carne it so that a wayfaring man tho blind could have seen it inasmuch as it was so long that only a portion of the barr could be forced into his pocket Th Judge however consideredthe evidence for the Commonwealth weightier than that for the defense with the resulting 425 and ten days L + t Struck A Rich Mine IfS W Bends of Coal City Ala tbe struck a perfect 1mine ofbealthi t Kings New Life Pills for they him of Liver and Kidney Trouble 4after 12 years of suff erning They are thel Nt pills on earth for Constipation Malar Headache Dyspepsia jDebility beat Haydon t obertsonu tTakerThentyone men and one woman have made application for the position ot census enumerators in this county to take the census this year The exami nation was held by Postmaster W A Waters Saturday and lasted for three thfe forinbf ajfeest fpr filling out the differ takingfthe cenaus and while not a severe examination required considerable time to complete In every precinct in this county save two there is more than one applicant for the position of enumera tor The examination papers will be sent to Piltofc Smith of Greensburg Supervisor IJJw district and by him the enumeiHtMrl will be selected Death of Mr ArnokL ir Woodson Arnold Sr wellknown tcKmany people of Washington county filed at his home in Boyle county three miles this side of Perryville Sunday and was buried at Bethlehem yester seventyfourI Thedeceased was a devoted husband and father and a friend and neighbor respected by all Hewas a staunch member of the Baptist cfiuici with which ehad been affiliated for fifty five years Mr Arnold leaves his wife to whom he was married over a halfcentury ago and three children Mrs S M Campbell Mrs Mattie Hair who lived with her father andW T Arnold also a large number ot grandchildren Enjoyab1eDance- One of the most enjoyable dances which has been given in Springfield for a long time was that at which the pop ular Manager of the Opera House Leo Haydn was host on Thursday evening last After the show the seats were removed and in a short time the orchestra t struck up the breezy two steps and played the dreamy waltz until 230 But even at this time no one was tiled and everyone bade the host good niJtbt deeevenige buwnt wassone which would have graced any pri veto ball room All who were present have notified Mr Havdon that they want an invitation to his next dance CravenMudd Miss Sue Craven and Mr C W Mudd were married at St Augustine church Monday morning at 5 oclockc close relations and a few intimate friend- only being present The attendants Were Miss Mary Crayen a sister of th Springefield The bnde is the attractive da thisdcity and has a large circle of friends The groom is a son of Mr Jack udd liveeld Muded left immediately After the ceremony for St Louis where he is a valued em ploye of the street railwaycompany Lebanon Falcon IBpys a farm 8lr JwBJfeRoBards has bought 250 acres half of the Castleman farm at Shakertown from Mr P S Neale for 16 000 Dr RoBards will shortly erect placeIt burg t The Southern Press x J By Miss EJla Bentley wroughtAk And then inscribed the masterpiece ofthpught Across wide fields and shining skies avek 1 And from the rapturous passion of tha1rhyme That thrilled the latent earth your jjoll th was born In fOfI And everywhere the wonder of the theme In living loveliness is thus expressed In every bayous sullen slumbrous stream J In every rivers mad tumultuous breast i You read its splendor in the flaming bars That blaze across the gray of western skies And in the silver softness of the stars I Poised in the twilight of a womans eyes In white magnolias swingFng in the breeze In every mockers music clear and strong In field of cotton and Tin mosshung trees That spell the sweet perfection of that song VThenyou who Write each with a master mind To shape perhaps the destinies of men In this fair soaihmnd let your genius find The inspiration thatshall guide your pe- That only noble thoughts and Words may sway The journal you send forth to cheer and bless The multitudes till far and near some day Shall ring the praises of the southern pVeee V t r j 350 OFFER WITHDRAWN The Louisville Times and The Sun Are Now 450 We have received ft letter from the Louisville Times stating that beging Feb 10 1910 the price of subscripton would be raised to the former price of 500 but allowing newspapers a commis sionon all subscriPp tons taken This commission allowed us we will give to the people as heretofore and the price for the Sun and Times will be 450 insteadofI 350 as we have This offer goes into effect afterI today and we ask that those have been sending thelro der51 by mail arid desire to continue taIi- na The Times will please sent the right amount in order to geI prompt service Remember Th Sun and Times are now 4 50 pe year instead ot 350 Judge Barker Elected President Frankfort Ky Feb3The Board of Trustees of State University met at the new Capitol at 1030 oclock this SsJsresignedeThe Board of Trustees of State University is composed of the following R C Stoll I exinKfon C B Nichols James K Patterson the retiring presi dent Tibbis Carpenter Claude Terrell C M Clay J A Edelin and J W J Turner W H Cox Gov A E Will son and Prof J G Crab be are mem bers exofficio The following members of the Board of trustees vi ere named by the chair to notify Judge Barker of his election J K Patterson Louis Walker W H Cox and Tibbis Carpenter Judge Bar ker will be given until the June meet ing of the board to prepare his accept once at which time the question ot salary andother details Will be taken up The 8iii awl Courl irJOU mal ILSt The Springfield Sun 100 per year II 0- MARKETS + if 8tockdournalBourbon t MIII 1 Louisville Feb BCattleThe receipts were only 92 head for the two days 1116 the market was very quiet with little doing in any branch and no material change nx values handyweight butcher cattle were i good demand and fully steady with yesterdays prices common and inferi or kinds slow feeders and stocke steady and in good demand for the best others slow bulls firm canners and cutters strong milch cows steady no heavy cattle here feeling about steady pens were well cleared CalvesReceipts 108 head for the two days 197 the market ruled higher pest veals 88Jc some fancy shade higher medium 5J7Jc common sir sale Hogs Receipts were very light 365 for the two days 2473 the marke- riled lOc higher on all kinds select 165 lbs and up 880 130 to 165 welltcleared and market closed firm Seeep and Lambs Receipts light for the two days 50 the market ruled steady best fat sheep 3i4Jc best lambs 5J62c some fancy higher com mon and trashy kinds slow GRAIN WHEAT No2 red and lonKberry 231 21 No 3 redandlongberry 1 lfkT12o etOO1c less on levee Itfc less CoRN fieNoOAtS No2 White li No 2 mixed 49H Ryo L 89 The prices for wheat are those paid by deal setlugLife On Panama Canal has had one rightful drawbackmala a ria trouble that has brought suffering and death to thousands The germs cause chills fever and ague biliousness jaundice weakness and general debility But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malaria cUf1edria write Wm A FretwelU of Luc maiN Chand Ive had good heart anKidney50c Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson r PLEASANT GROVE Ur and Mrs R M Thompson children and Mrs EmmaiW 1Pentl Sunday with Mr and MrsWxA Thompson rrti oJF Gregory and MrapMrsV lasLA eir witirMrs Carlisle Clelland in MAWJt boiot Mr and Mrs Goatly left MpW day for their home in KanBasvC r tPtof ScmiMTK Clarence Adams C Grundv Homers the week enj with Mrs ASams s pareAte Mr and Mrs L N Reed i j Misses Sue and Elenor Reed spent Su titah with MIssL naXCon hnoi The MisSion Study class of Pleasant tire church will give a Figure Seven SJI ltpn the evening 23rd of Feb at tbtli6nie of frs L N Reed Everyi body invitedTy has been in Columbus 0 for the past six weeks is expected home Saturday rdayof Mrs Hopper fifthat Terrible Kchlng keeptheirapplication of Chamberlains Salve instantly allay this itchin and inans eases have been cured by ita use F aLe by The Leo Haydon Drug Co I EXCHANG EXCERPTSf Sayings and t 1 I AIL aIY l r Cy Il Every woman wAars corsets and says they do her hareAtchlsonGlobe A man may announce himself as broad when he is only shallpy Western Recorder eThere are 19 fool bills in the legis oneElizabethntown News i isrsto give pleasure to one whom we love Lebanon Enterprise The less a woman has tosay In a let ter the more sheets of paper she uses Bourbon Stock Journal The man wno lives by his pen is allI right these days if it happens to be aI shotwError is a great deal worse than mothttrue edMayfield Mirror When you havethe rheumatism carry a potato in your pocket The potat Will become hard after a time and believers in its affirm that this is because of the rheumatism it has absorbed HartfordlHerald She was the youngest of ten children until her father a preacher explained to her of the baby sister who had come in the m htUWell she said after due thought I spose its all rIghtI papa but theres many a thing weI needed worse Delineator Go ahead young man and labor Face the problem that you find Work it out and never Wait upon anotbersmind Make a path yourself and ties it r Trust yourself in the unknown Win or lose how great acredit If you fought the fight alone Here is another definition of a real gentleman A man thats cleaivin sit e and out who never looks up to the rich ordown to the poor who can lose without quarreling and who can win without bragging who is considerate of ias too brave to he too generous to and who takes his share orthe work arid lets other people havjjftfceirs Winchestea Democrat i NEGROf IRJohn Kimberiin Meets Death fiNegro DanceTwo Negroes W Charged With Tim KI o 4s4Johnsl11a negro Was kil dat dttlcs t in Jbjriertown a colors az f errieMjiety- below Springfield Sunday moraug about one oclock but the identity of is slayer is stIlllfJ pmewhat a matter ef rr doubt as tt seems that several were hooting at the time theman was killed 1foe Johnson both yout9g negroes have been arrested and placers jail here charged with the killing he examining trials nave nq been heW yjbt but from the meagre dQnclfta Hpbrts of the killing it se n that Reed ahcl Johnson were the pro tera and tfa ers of the dance which wjji bed tri thold schoolhOuse That tfcr Ul be ore or lase rrangling itilirig tke 8YerltIt1 Kfd JUS tkdM nail 1o c4Tii qf tip first iglst Sate state thin lQtatfi ttprjpdat Reed with a drawjkjHfoaB4 thin tlw latter firmed in self ddothera sjjitft that they saw no knifeand becauettb- gacrowld and coRfjosfon could not tell w howeVr that more than one Was shooting s from three to a halfdozen shots were fired The negro Kiraberlih was shot in the breast the bullet plowing through several layers of clothing rfaif k dgmg near the heart Death wa insjanUneou8 During the melee Eliza Burnett waa shot in the hand while a bullet went through Ben Browns clothing The negro who was killed was troa the Valley Hill country and at thetittiN of his death was in the employ of Tor per Derringer Joe Reed is a quiet well behaved negro and for about tw years has b employed by the Hers leins as waiter and baker at their restaurant This is the first trouble is which he has figured Rod Johnson w also a young negro arid is tire son of Bob Johnson I V Coroner Crume has been holding an inquest for two days to at certain the cause of the Kimberliu neeroa death The jury composed of J S Claybrooke Goo Tucker CL Price Fred Haganr W P Kelly and J W Tucker held that John Kimberlin died of a gunshot wound and that both negroes under arm rest were without provocation shooting at him and were responsible 9ribiaf death Life Sentence x T Friday shortly before noon the jury in thecasejofthe Common wealth against Dart Carr charged with the murder of Haldon Denny at Burgia last June returned a verdict of willful murder against Carr and fixed his pun ishment at a confinement in the pen itentiary for life Carr who was in the court room when the verdict was read did not seem to be in the least affected He is a mulatto and about thirtyfive years of age He was tried at the last term of court and a hung jury resulted Kentucky Republican I Hows This We o Ter One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be duied by Halls Catarrh Cure jWeJ Cheney for the last 15 years and abusiness byhisWaldihg Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is Iy acting directly upon ftheTestd bottle Sold bY all Druggist Take Halls Family Pills for tion z t t TheSiSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY L This Is fine growing weather for total bills Napoleons hair is for sale Which eolor do you prefer In this age the water wagon ought te be an automobile POSoldUnless you sire a pyromaniac do not fight the kitchen fire with gasoline An earthquake Is reported vela ware Naturatiy It was a little one Dr Osiers Indorsement of the sour milk diet doesnt make it any the I morepalatable At last it has been discovered that the way to suppress highwaymen is to suppress them Meanwhile other parts of the coun try are exhibiting weather jnst as startling as our Lowering a height record and rating s a low record is one and the same to French aero anl ts bemantkan his poor fellowtraveler What a long time the world will have to wait to find out whether any really great men were born in 1909 However any other winter resort is as much entitled to advertise an exclusive view of the comet as is Call fornla For the last tjme will the gentle man who assured us we would have an open winter kindly send in his pho tograph While the per jcapita circulation of money 4s large enough frequently it Is dIm uitto make it connect with the individual That first carload Of spring vegeta bles whin has Left the gulf region will be lucky if it do snot bump into cold wave Inteit cannot agree to remove the lake for the occasion If asthe days b to the cold begins to strengthen we have ttheThe man over 4Dwho doesnt own a limnmay lay hIs lack to ill luck but generally he will find the cause in Ids own makeup Minister Wu hasj talked into a pho nograph but as did not ask any questions the record will always open to suspicion The days have begun to lengthen ItCup a morning any easier A dispatch from Georgia says the peach crop has not yet been Injured Before we begin to cheer lustily us hear from Delaware A French aviator is reported to have fallen from hlEi aeroplane into a tree and escaped injury Sounds like the twentieth century Munch usen Now it is denied that Mars has canals Perhaps iin the gener smashing of received beliefs it oven be denied that there ever was a north poleiBaileys comet asthroughI a telescope a few days ago appeared to have only a stub of a taU Possibly it is the fashion to clip the tails of comets this year Whenever It happens that there is no great question demanding imme ate solution it is always possible renew the discussion as to the existence of canals on Mars A school is to be opened on Lo Island to train girls to be good wiv and housekeepers Now a corresponding school should follow to train young providersTwo hours after getting a divorce in Nevada the woman in the case married again and the judge granting atwhatcourts says the Baltimore Americ But then interested citizens can hardly be expected to take better care of the dignity of the courts than the judges themselves Cleveland theatrical reform In the matter of preventing people from dis turbing the auditors by straggling in during the first act looks like a reac tion to primitive principles says the Pittsburg Dispatch Presently some backwoods city will be advancing thetoidea that theaters and operas are not conducted for the purpose of holding conversaziones in the boxes t An airship expedition is to be sent to discover the north pole under the auspices of the kylserhlmselt Fan ure to locate that locality Will therefore be in the nature of lese majeste While one astronomer declares that there are no canals on Mars another asserts the planet has 600 and that the Martians are fetlll digging There being no way to decide the lay wo can take whichever view it pleases energythetfnaf et the one canal we have here k EESIEED OF SAVING FOIEIS President Taft Is in Favor of Forming Two Great Reserves INT OF LEGALITY RAISED Wrangle Over the Question of Federal or State JurisdictionNeed of Leaders to Push Admin istratlon Measures Washington President Taft is giv ing his support to the most recent bill introduced into congress to provide for creating a great forest reservation n in the Southern Appalachians and another maher reservation in the White mountains of New Hampshire The president thinks that there is nothin in the constitution of the Unite States which forbids the federal gov eminent from taking pver the ownership of forests which lie within the borders of sovereign states The president apparently bases his lief in the constitutionality of ted eral ownership of state forests In the law which gives the general government supervision over navigable streams The presidents belief is and he is said to have the support of his lawyer cabinet in the contention that the government pas a right to control those things which keep a stream nav igable and among them the experts say the forests stand first and fore most When a heavy rainfall comes in forest covered land the roots of the trees and the trees themselves check the distribution of the water so that it comes down the sides of the mountain shed slowly and as a result the streams are kept at la normal depth If the forests are cleared away the water runs off all at once and flood conditions ensue to be followed by periods of drought assachau bill provides for forestreservation In Vir glnia North and South Carolina lind in New Hampshire President Roose velt tried In every way that mental and physical energy suggested to g congress to sanction these forest ervations but Mr Roosevelt failed willingtocensor confessed he could not do he has hopes to succeed where a other could not succeed Either Feast or Famine There are thousands of acres of Appalachlancountry however in places it is charged has ebeen soreckless that the mills situat ed along the streams fed by the waters of the mountains are compelled at times to shut down because of al conditionIt tl theUDle aetnow navigable will be useless for purposes puttofromtheervation bill are practically united in supporting the measure Nearly all of statesIIes are Democrats and they are with createforestern Democrats are in opposition and they give as a reason that the federal government will be inva ding rights of the states If it takes ov the forests Both sentimental and business c thetoat White mountains of New Hampshi England bfoewre streams which provides many New Eng mills with power the friends of endangeredSentiment come together In partnership to p serve the forests President T seems to approve of the partnersh Want Men to Push Bills hanstandassponsofsgreat legislative measures which he has introduced The leaders it is salt have promised party support for the legislation but what the president wants is some man of force in party counsels to stand forth a chieftain on the floor to direct athe destinies of the bills which he wants have sassed Take the measure for amendments to the interstate commerce law for instance In the house of representa tives Mr Townsend of Michigan is the sponsor for this bill He has been sponsor for other bills along similar lines in the past Mr Townsend is an able man but he isa subordinate member of the committee on Interstate and foreign commerce to which the bill has been sent for consideration The representative who by precedent and custom ought to Intro duce the measure and stand as its ridsponsor through the trials and tribu Representaton the ive chairman of the committee on instate ten and foreign commerce and as f chtffrman is of course the most In fluential member of the committee It seems natural however that Mr Mann to whom the president natural ly would look for first aid should prefer to stand aloof because he has prepared an Interstate commerce meas goodmanyTart has caused to be introduced Mr Manns bill for instance does not pr9vldetora commerce court for sp edY judgment on cases that may to it through the interstate com Cote commission by the process of it is believed that the committee which has thfe administration bill in its keeping will report it favorably and will fail to report the Mann bill This means that the committee must ov4rrideits chairman which is a most unusual and not altogether com for 1ble proceeding Mr Townsend will champion the presidents bill on the but who will be his lieuten ant it is hard to tell for no one of the chief men of the party thus far has done any volunteering In the senate Mr Elkins has introduced the press ents interstate com merce amendment measure The West ofdcommerce and he Is the proper person to introduce the bill and to guide its destinies but not even Mr Elkins friends will claim that he is in any sense a debater or a skillful hand in piloting legislation through theshoal waters and the rocks of trouble which frequently are found in the senatorial sea Postal Savings Bank Billi In the house th postal savingsban bill has no great company of among the leaders The bill is it the postofflce committee and naturally Representative Weeks who Is the committees chairman should be its sponsor on the floor of the house but the chances are that Representative Foss of Illinois will undertake to do the work that the president wishes to have done Mr Foss for years has been the chairman of the house com mitte6 on naval affairs and when he undertakes the pilotageof the postal savings bank bill he will be somewhat out of his element The presidents conservation recommendations are likely to lack out andout champions in both house and senate The bills when prepared and introduced probably will go through because they seem to be immensely popular with the country but for reason or other they do not etseem to be at all Popular with the Re publican leaders The Republican publicngsponsor for Mr Tafts measures for takenup no one can say Democrats say that a good many Re publicans are losing a fine chance for popularity with the country and to se cure reelection for themselves by this holding back at a time when the president needs strong friends willing to stand in the open and to fight for him and not to be content merely to express a willingness that the legisla lion should go through Tariff Very Much to the Front After a long lard hot weath er session of congress which end edin the passage of the Payne Aldrich tariff bill It Is likely that most persons thought the tariff would be practically a dead issue Very like intsenate thought that it would be but It now seems certain warlikesront campaign preceding next Novembers election and that It may be formidable enough to frighten most of the other issues out of the fieldth recognizeapower as a trouble maker Representatives of the two schools of tarIff thought are preparing for the fight that they know Is goingerprotectionoRepublicans are going to defend it as passedreever those who belong in what Is known as the insurgent camp have spoken their minds so freely In oppo sition to some of the tariff schedules contentedthe partere13oth houses of congress have the muchipdocument that it can be franked through the mails One of the re suits of this privilege Is that both Democrat and Republican campaign documents are sent out at the peo pies expense In connection with the tariff matter it may be said that Sena tor Thomas Carter of Montana a regular Republican has succeeded TactstWinona speech and this pronounce ment of the president will go to many of the voters of the land as a public document In his Winona speech Mr Taft said that the tariff bill passed by congress at Its August session was the best tariff bill the Republican party ever enacted Into law It must not be supposed that the Republicans are having everything their own way in the matter of reach ing the country with campaign mate rial printed at public expense The Democrats have the saute privilege that the Republicans hays and it is very seldom that anyone enters objec iron to the printing of document for in tile semite it is a case of turn about is fair ploy and If one senator Should object another senator also would oh ject when the chance came to get evenIis i J GEORGE CLINTON t i I THE LINCOLN I rr SHOPO HT By Waldon Fatvcett L away in a most inl part of the LUCKED capital Is a plain building which richer in mem Abraham Lincoln than any other structure at iha seat of government with the possible ex ception of the White House tp the great majority of the thousands of tourists who every year visit Wash ington the very existence of this structure to say nothing of its sig nificance is unknown and yet Its history sheds a new and illuminating kindllneasThis hidden tribute to the bigheart edness of the venerated chief magis shoptoby the weight of a devastating war stole away time and again to buy playthingsfortuted during this stormy period the one ray of sunlight In his fathers UfeUnaftectedby the march of tosy as Toy by a century ago tucked awfry In a mod est little frame building its show window the rendezvous for children from far and near The same name is over the door as in the days when Lincoln was a patron and the shelves whfch line the wellordered interio- are crowded as In the old days wit trophies to delight the heart This most Interesting of toy shops was founded by Stuntz a color bearer of Napoleon in the year 1855 familyhavingway despite the changing conditions of the passing years and tke competi tlon of department stores Years ago toy shops were not so numerous as they are at present and this juvenile fairyland situated within walking distance of the White House has had as its regular patrons the children of Thomaa Penael naif a dozen presidents Tad Lincoln came here not Infrequently to tuy toys but more often it was the president himself who made the In of some new plaything as asurprise for the little lad who was the apple ofBoa his eye Time and again passersby saw the tall figure of the chief executive wrapped in his big shawl and wearing his distinctive high hat emerge from the little shop carefully InIventlons dled miracles In wood for his little constit xTad of the disclosure of the particularly ap pealing side of his fathers character as exemplified in his frequent visits to the toy shop was a fine example of the bright energetic American boy Tad was about ten years of age at the time and like all boys particularly during the civil war period he devel oped a most profound martial spirit On the occasion of one of his numerous visits to the war department Secretary Stanton made him a lieutenant of United States volunteers Forth with he induced hose in authority to provide him with a regulation uniform which he wore on all occasions and for the time being the toy cannon and soldiers which Tad and his father had procured at the toy shop were all but supplanted by a militia company which Tad organized among the serv ants at the White House The youngster was very much In earnest and at night he compelled his privates all much older than himself to mount guard around the executive mansion However such sentry duty continued Shop Frequently Visited President Lincoln childish Joseph y only until the comparatively earl hour when Tad exhausted by his strenuous activities west into a sound sleep On many of hs visits to the to shop President Lincoln was accompan endelwhh White House attaches in point of con tinuous service a member of Presi dent Lincolns personal staff Pende- was always a great favorite with Ta and the youngster who had a slight Impediment in his speech always called him Tom Pen Pendel wag sr much In the company of the pres idents son and knew his desires and ambitions In the matter of toys well that not Infrequently on the oc Gaston of the visits after nightfall to the little toy shop he was better able to Judge than was President Lincoln as to what playthings would most please the lad who had the largest placo in the chief magistrates heart Tad often went to sleep In Pendels arms and it fell to the lot of Tom Pen to soothe and console the hid tragedyFords at IOften the visits of the president au little toy shop almost with in sight of the White House were c Incident with the receipt In Washing ton of neWs of some defeat to th union forces and It was suspected that the president choose this form o outing as the one best calculated t take his mind off the disheartening situation One such visit was made just after the battle of Frederick burg in which the union loss In killed and wounded was very heavy A amusehimselfdiers by means of a toy cannon all unmindful of the significance of the spectacle to his distraught father However the president saw the grim suggestion in the childish play and turning to the toymaker who stood near he Inquired Does it hurt you as much to have your soldiers shot down as It does me to have mine Among the toys that were purchased for Tad at the little shop that Is now historic was a set of tools and these the inquisitive young workman tried everything around the White House A Lincoln Anecdote President Lincoln was an unusually tall man and was said to be rather manImust look up to you Ifsyou ever get Into a deep place you oucht to be able tc wade o tIt4 tCLIP THIS OUT Renowned Doctors Prescription 1 Rheumatism and Backache One dunce Syrup Sarsaparilla cots compoundAddkey Take a tablespoonful before each meal and at bed time Shake the bot Anydruggistwill quickly them from his wholesale house This was published previ ously and hundreds here have bees cured by it Good results shoW after the first few doses This also acts as a system builder eventually restores strength and vitality THE NEW COIFFUREI lily hairs exactly like a turban isnt it- Exactly You can ever take it off Knew the Calendar They were little girls so small that the teacher was telling them about divisions of time and receiving all sorts questionsThelng house was a year older than Any of the others We have learned that years are dl vided into months months into weeks and weeks Into days said the teach erIINowean any one tell me how the days are divided 1 boardingasked to speak Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thursdays beef she said glibly IIFridayfish Saturday corned beef and beans and Sunday chlckentYouehss Companion Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for tr byRallCatarrhT J CHENEY le CO Toledo O Cheneyfororable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out obligations made by lila firm Wholesale Druorists Toledi O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces or th pitbottleTake Halls Fanny Pills for coasUpaUpa IiIHowpldSix And how Is it that you are hut walking without your mammaluOh mamma go erclse Really we have verYlittle in commonimportantto Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy tor infants and children and see that it theY tf jSignature of 0uzc6CG j4 In Use For Over 30 Years The KInd You Have Always Eougfifcv YLuckDoes you believe its lucky to see denew moon over yoh right shoul derT Sho I does replied Mr Erastu Pinkney Dose here stormy days moondChildren Who Are Sickly ofPotherThey break up colds In 24 hours cure Feverish ness Constipation Headache Teething Dls orders and Stomach Troubles Over 10000 testimonials At nil Drugfrista S5c Ask ti AddrewAllenThe Latest Scheme That new hotel will have red wall paper in all the roomshuHeavens 0uSo that when the guests killer anything it wont show There is no conversation su agree able as that of a man of integrity who hears without any intention to be t Intentiondter DAYSPAZO can ProtrnaingPJlerdne she is married to a man a fwoman always wants to think of him afterward she wants to thfnk for him WHY suffer with SALVE25cAll whorstrives tc make It best Ingersoll nhenmattam Relieved la Six BonnDrJDetchons Relief torRheumaUsm76c Time cannot remove kindly acts from a grateful beartI tf rwro rti Ii JtlDal anb t jetb r anna VALENTINE HIS MERRY MORN Dan Cupid rose and armed him RNFor impish chase of lpds forlorn A sport which ever c armed him ButrecKless he shot here and F Economy disdaining 19n t Until success depended on One little shaft remaining With naughty skull a plan he ytbught a Ye whiletheir footsteps tr g ff He rounded up ye game he sought Beside your garden paling Then as you blushing oped ye door k r Good lucK ye path was narrow He spitted seven hearts and more Upon that single arrow f t StoiiesoUSt Day t khlandNew- Y IE many another of our Christian customs and observances L our Festival bf Love which we cele irate on February 14 originally was a heathen fes oval Long before the Christian era the Romans pelebrated the feast of the upercaliathe joint faa Llval of Juno and Panon ebruary 15 each year Pan was a rustic god formed In similitude of nature whence he was called Pan which means all It was by the poets that he struggled vlith Love and was con proverbialVincit Amo Juno was the goddess of marriage the yoker of youths and maidens In the yeas of our Lord A D 496 Roman youths and maidens LupercaIlaat byblindfoldeddrawn was the young mans valen resultingfromed for a year The festival ended in ali extravagant feast and quite often in scandalous orgies This sort of thing became offensive to the church and Pope Gelasius ordered a change Now it so happened that one of the most austere saints in the Christian calendar good Bishop St Valentine had been put to death during the Clau dian persecution on February 14 A Di70 fpr the simple miracle of opening the blind eyes Of his jailers daughter Accordingly the day of the festival wasj changed to February 14 and tho nanle of the good bishop sub stituted for the old one The names of saints were substituted for those of maidens In the public drawings and each youth was enjoined to Imitate the virtues pf the saint whose naine ie drew How long the Christian youth stood forn this vl have no means of know InG but St Valentines name stuck to tho Say henceforward Itseems how that in the sixteenth century in 4nnmsc the boys were choosing girls and hee girls boys names so that each Bad two valentines and r asraja tYe nl the church interfering This time iii was the Bishop St Fran cia 4o Snips who end avored to sup Ythesius had tried But good St Francis reckoned with due consideration for human nature the spring of youth and love making which after all exists in Christian youth as well as pagan And so the young people triumphed over this saint and returned by degrees to their heathenish practices and cava lier and lady by lot exchanged smiles and silken favors Balls and fetes were given In honor of the festal day and in some places the tender bond endured for a year according to the old Roman custom Even St Valentines day is power less to Interrupt the reign of the pic ture postcard and among the prettiest and the most popular of the valentines to be sent cut this year are those Which bear pi ture or sentiment or both on the reverse side of a postal The effect of nature study in the schools Is also reflected in the valen tines and children are especially fond conspicuoustinue strong fcvoVites and Bfer Rab bit grotesquely beseeches honeyLet It behooves the man woman or child who expects tosend out love messages this February 14 to do the shopping at once for the valentine trade is not only heavier this year than ever before but it began earlier the middle of January seeing purchases made while at the moro popular book shops orders were placed before the stock arrived Foresighted hostesses making plans fon valentino parties made purchases by i 1ozenand the result has been that many of the novelties have been snapped up before they were unpacked The va riety remaining is a large one however for the trade proves to be one of extremes and while the postals are the prime favorites at least 40 business Is attracted gto valentines of lace paper celluloid and satin Teddy bear po tals are nice to have but after all there are many children who still cling Ito the oldfashioned Idea of a valentine and there are many parents ready to gratify the prefer ence thinking nothing of spending several dollars on the exquisite designs which represent the oldfash ioned lace and tinsel valentines In elaborated form Butterflies of the celluloid beautifully colored flQwe- rdesfbIls hearts and Cupids mak of these valentines aIJy artistic land beautiful creations Daintiest of all the valentines though among the mot Inexpensive are the shape cards quaint little sun bonnet babies and pretty Dutch girls being especially fetching The Dutch girls resemble water carriers but their jugs are fllled with blossoms and Iin the folds of their full skirts kre such sentiments aa Lof out me llof but zee or This dainty maiden YOUvtI srat Is Happening L Throughout the State POLICE DISCREDIT STORY Do Not Believe Organized Gang Broke Glass Doors in Burley Tobacco Society Offices anafldayto ascertain who broke the glass in the doors of various offices of the Burley Tobacco society headquarters in the McClelland building Chief of Po lice Regan and Night Chief Jenkins who conducted the investigation are of opinion that it was the work of some drunken persons who may or tray not have a grievance against President Clarence Lebus or other offi OCietrTheywas an organized band of 20 mdn from Winchester or elsewhere in th building as claimed by Robert L Seebreo the furnace fireman who spread the alarm that the headquarters had been attacked by a hand of night riders who he said hurl told him they were from Winchester and that they in tended to blow up the Burley headquarters and hang Clarence Lebus Police in automobiles searched every section of the city and went far into the country on the hunt for supposed night riders Insofar as they were able to ascertain none were abroad All persons encountered were known or were able to give a good account of themselves adISt opened its session here with a meeting of the ex1 e utive committee ParsKyPrcsidentT C TJsser- yc the Blue Grass league hiis called a meeting of the league to meet here Wednesday February 9 to arrange te schedule for 1910 Lexington Ky Clarence Fleming 51 an engineer and road builder formerly of ford county jliut for about a year employed by James B Haggin at Elmendorf farm killed him self here Henderson Ky Returns from the democratic congressional primary from over the district indicates the nomination ofA 0 Stanley over C C Givens and Lavega Clements by 5000 plurality Lexington KyDIek Webb the star center of the Kentucky teams in 1909 was elected captain of Kentucky State universitys 1910 football team Polk Threlkeld who was fullback on States 1909 team was elected captain of the track team which has begun work under Coach Sweetland Lexington KThe Lexington Interurban Railways Co sustained a lossf 40000 through fire in Car Barn No2 which was destroyed The light ing plant was shut down and for half an hour every light in the city was out Frank Overton night foreman in the barns was badly Injured Frankfort Ky Liberty for E L La mare who has bean serving two years in the penitentiary here was of short duration When Gov Willson pardoned him he was again arrested at the request of She iff P J Parker of Mt Vernon 0 where it is claimed he Is wanted on a of horse stealing IJr Frankfort Ky Judgment was en tered in the Franklin circuit court in favor oC Grainger CDof Louisville and lPIply and n Coof New York builders of the new capitol and the Federa Union Surety Co of Indian apolis bondsman for the company for 14000 WilllJimstown Ky Thejj failure ofj the S M Smith Lumber Co of Crit tenden this county with branches Rat Dry Rh go and Corinth leaves a string of ere tors extending from Seattle Wash to Pine Knot Ky it is alleged The as oLe of the firm are said to be 50000 with liabilities amounting to 30000iLouis file KyThe January grand jury su rnittod Its report to Judge Gregory in the crimina court liii which was high pr ces of ntoInvestigated because of the limited time he request for the invostiga tion wa made by the organized labor bodies i few days ago The February body is reed to take up the matter Centr 1 City KyPref Nor wood cief inspector of Ken tucky IID Jones Central Cof and T O Long Ear1tn ton nt In spectors after making a thorough ex aninati n of the Browder mine reach ed the onelusion that the explosion was cm sed by the setting off of a keg of p wder Louisville KyW P Eoberts night watchnu at the Hydraulic Brick Cos plant v as found unconscious by a messen r boy When revived ho told a story of having been attacked and beaten b y two negro thugs Louisville KyEvan S Reos of the ilono tobacco warehouse has cabled the British agricultural depart ment declining an offer to go to Pret- orIa Africa to take charge of a to basso Warehouse there and superin tend thq culture of tobacfco for the government I FotheMade faster fiats BY JULIA BOTTOMLEY YEN this early in the season the E powers that produce our Easter bonnets are working industriously on the millinery which will be in antIparts of all the lOVelY blossoms we know and others born In the brain of the designers the busy workers enthusiastically assemble braids and ribbons feathers and flowers into fetching hats Why should nrft the tactful home dressmaker try her hand also at making up a pretty simple hat Or so for the coming spring She has more time now than later and can indulge herself in more millinery or lessen the expenses of her spring headwear by a little hatmaking at home It is fas cinating work All the home millin er needs is a little guidance This does not mean that she can make all sorts of hats The homedressmaker who turns out a prety lawn dress well done In every regard does not at tempt the exacting tailormade suit It Is the same with hats A good shape developed in three different ways Is shown in our illustrations The home milliner may feel perfectly safe in attempting this hat She needs to buy a wire frame of this or a similar shape mull and braid to cover it and the trimming materials Suppose our enterprising reader lives far enough south to expect warm weather on the 26th of March for Easter Is very arly this year She may select a fancy braid flowers and ribbon for per hat Roses and lilacs are always In S yle as staple as ribbon which Is ever present In millin ery Probably she owns some good looking roses and will need to freshen them up This Is done by carefully trimming the frayed edges of the petals and tinting them with water colors or with oil colors dissolved in gasoline Two sprays of lilacs in their natural color and two clusters of roses with their foliage will make a wreath Two and onehalf yards of ribbon will make the full rosette bow which consists of a group of loops four inches deep sewed to a small piece of buckram I FOR YOUNG GIRL In fine serge of any dark color this would be found just the dress for school wear It Is very simply mule tho bodice and skirt being attached to the same waistband A tuck about an inch wide is taken over the shoul der each side the bodice and silk covered buttons are sewn on by way of ornament The Skirt is a little full at sides and back of waist The deep turnover collar is of silk edged with lace Materials required Four yards 46 Inches wide 13y yards lining for bod ice 16 buttons The frame must first be covered with mull or Crinoline but preferably mull matching the braid In colors A yard will cover the brim and crown forming a foundation for the braid- S w this over the frame as smoothly as possible covering upper and under brim Bind edge of the brim with the braid and then cover the entire hat with it sewingone row after another with the outer edge of each row overlapping thq Inner edge of the proceeding row The under brim may be faced with ribbon like that used In the rosette If preferred As to color the amethyst shades are a safe choice Olive moss or light greens navy or light blues tan banana and light brOwnsin fact there pnotrs that will and roses The ribbon should be bf the same color as the braid but kneed not be just the same shade Make the flower wreath and sew it to the hat Then make the rosette which is sewed on last Finally the hat Is lined with a scrap of silk and is rady for wear an achievement of which the clever maker has a right to be proud If she has any misgivings dbout how to proceed with the making let her ex amine any hats made of braid which come within her reach Suppose however our homemilliner liveswhere an Easter falling ia March Is likely to be far from an Ideal spring day Her needs have been looked after and she should choose braids In darker stronger colors than for flowertrimmed hats Amoss green olive or clear bright navy or any of the good shades of brown The blue of the bluebird Is the happiest of selections For trimming velvet ribbon satin bows and fancy feather quills are the proper choice or wings may be used Let the satin ribbon be of the same color as the braid The vel vet ribbon may be a dash of bright color like cherry or coral or a darker shade of the same color as the satin ribbonFor the feather nothing Is mud prettier tban the iridescent coque but there are so many to choose from that one may use the Individual taste in tills matter The velvet ribbon Is threaded through small slashes cut In the covered frame the fancy feathers are sewed on firmly and over them a group Of loops made of two yards of No 60 ribbon If the matter of covering the hat with brain seems too difficult a shape can be bought ready made and simply trimmed with folded satin ribbon a cluster of qliills and an ornament or flower placed in the cen ter of a rosette made of loops Five yards of ribbon aro needed for this hat and two broad or a cluster of pal row quills 4 The ribbon Is laid In folds and tucked about the hat in what Is known as a crushed band The rosette is a series of loops four inches deep sewed to a little piece of buckram tho siz of a silver dollar This is sewed to the hat after the band and quills have been adjusted Finally an ornament or a flat flower Is sewed at the center of the rosette completing the trimming J These hats provide one with something pretty for Easter and very use ful fpr the spring and early summer or for general wear all summer for that matter The last two described are very handsome in all lack 1eededatleastand a spool of silk thread matching the braid in color Finally let me whisper to those Interested the mas cullnjsi members of your family will think your achievement wonderfully clever If you make your own hat Practical Traveling Coat One of tho practical spats brought out for southernbound travelers Is the mannish ulster made of white blan keting white chinchilla or some simi lar white cloth which Is easily slipped Into and out of when jumping into the machine for the ride to the links or homeward The coats are of full or threequarter length and have the advantage of being cozy smart and ol cleaning perfectly WANTS HER- LETTER IPUBLISHED For Benefit of omen who Suffer from Female Ills greAtlUfferercaused a weakness 111 and broken down condition of the m system I read 11- 0mUChOfWhatLIm j yersJiiifelt sure it would helpmeandImufi t say it did help me l wonderfully My LJ pains all left me Igrew stronger and within three months I was a perfectly well woman U I letter made public to show the benefit women may derive VegetableCompoundMrJomr 2115 Second gtt North Minneapolis MinnThousands of unsolicited and genu rovetheVegetable Compound which is made herbsWomen dJs tressingills peculiar to their sex should i doubttheVegetable Compound to restore their health Ifyon want special advice writeto Mrs Pinkbam at Mag Shewllltreatyourletterasstr3confidential she has been helping sick women In Doatthesitatewrite li GROPE THROUGH A CRACK Uncle Eph Had at Least One Idea of Hew His Hogs Might Have Got Away v Uncle Ephraim had two hogs Which be kept in a pen at the rear end of his little lot They were of the razor back variety and although they were fed bountifully with kitchen waste It seemed impossible to put any fat on their attenuated frames One morning when he went out to feed them they were not there They had din appeared leaving no clew to the man ner in which they had made their es cape UnclejEphInqulr dejection with which the old manwas looking down into the empty pen My hawgs is done gone sab he No sah I dont see no signs dat anybody tuck em Did they climbout over the top No dey couldnt a done dat How do you think they got away Well nab said Uncle Ephraim my pinion is dat dem hawgS kind o raised deirselves up on aldge an crops through a crack Youths Companion Latest Coffee Roaster The latest coffee roaster has a stationary Inner cylinder and a rotating outer one of perforated steel withCspace between for the coffee beans and blades to insure thorough mixing and even roasting Heat Is applied toIthe inner cylinder by electric For sampling the roasting aV s all cup Is so arranged that on pressing a knob three or four beans are thrown out without stopping the cylinder They Win Do you look for a favorable out come to your lawsuit No but the lawyers doHouston Post T J HARD TO DROP But Many Drop It A young Calif wife talks abort coffee It was hard to drop Mocha and Java and give Postum a trial but my nerves were so shattered that I was 1 a nervous wreck and of course that means all kinds of ails At first I thought bicycle riding amedltand t gave it up but my con dition remained unchanged I did not want to acknowledge coffee caused the trouble for I was Very fond of it At that time a friend came to live with us and I noticed that after he had been with us a week he would not drink his coffee any more I asked him the reason He replied I have not had a headache since I left off drinking cof fee some months ago till last week when I began again here at your table I dont see how anyone can like coffee anyway after drinking Postum- I said nothing but at once ordered i a package of Postum That was five months ago and we have drank no coffee since except on two occasions when we had company and the result each time was that my husband could not sleep but lay awake and tossed and talked halt the night We were convinced that coffee caused his suffer ing so lie returned td Postum con vinced that coffee was an enemy in stead of a friend and he is troubled no more with insomnia I myself have gained g pounds im weight and my nerves have ceased to 4Ulver It seems so easy now to quit coffee that caused our aches and alia and take up Postum Read the little book The Road tt Wellville inpkgs Theresa easof1 Ever rend the above letter AJMft one appear frem thetettne The 3 are jceattlae tree aad fell ee k Uteret fft k 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 9 i9iQ if 5ft11 vv wwS U 111LEYESand Central any furnish yowl ods 9 GREAT BARGAINS IN If JM JEWEL WATCHES IIWe can Yojikr Everything in the Jewelry fvnllltl ill ill ifr ijitll tMt+tMtM+ifr ill ISPRINGFIELD SUN fOBSCRIPnON ONE DOLLAR In Advance L SMITH Editor art Publisher Catered at the poetoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the tZJD118 as secondclass matter TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION c r =DBS Year fLOU fllx Months 60 Three MonthR 25 ANNOUNCEMENT t FOR CONGREssWe are authorized announce the Hon Ben Johnson of Nelson county as a candidate for re 3Congressionalfiction ot the Democratic party j 1 What do you think of these for Bargain Subscription Offers y t a1Courler Journal t tit For three months and The Spring field Sun one year are being of fered until March 31 for 175 ThE Daily Louisville Times t and The Springfield Sun are now being offered both one year for ji1 450r y ifiaily Louisville Herald and The Springfield Sun are being offered until further notice both one year for f 325r Daily Evening Post a and The Springfield Sun are now being offered both one year for i 359 BREEDRS GAZETTE and The Sun both 1 yearl90 J WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL T and The Sun Doth 1 year15QW- EEKIJY HERALD and The Sun both 1 yearL40 FARMERS HOME JOURNAL and The Sun both 1 year176 tr SfvSend check postoffice money order or paper money to I THE SUNt SPRINGFIELD KY Jrh t i We have just brought on the Greatest Line of Spectacles ih Kentucky All tfcjj lat est stylfe Glassed and istyle Rims v We can with the best grade o g oat the Lowest 5 ies it Suit dine- lt to y Rural Telephone A neighborhood not far from here Putin a telephone last year Farmers built a rural line fineAllEvery bell went tingalmg One for Swansion two for Boggs Long and short for Mrs Scroggs Every neighborhad his call Twist the crank and that was all Mighty nice when work was through jlMisthtvPoured into his large red ear Slapped his leg and said I swan Telephones lotSj of fun Somehow in a week or two Troubles dark began to brew Farmer Jones got fighting hot Heard Jones calling him a sot Scroggs also got angry to Heard Smith telling what he Knew Smith heard Johnson telling lies Paid him off with two black eyes Johnson heard from Ezra Boggs Underbid him on his hog overhear some other two what was not for you Every time signal rang To the phone each tarmer sprang Slyly grinned and softly took The receiver from the hook Boggs over heard a sneaking churl Making love to his best girl Women too were in the muss Raised a most tremendous fuss Everyone from Scroggs to Jones In glass houses throwing stones Now the line has silent grown Wires rusted poles oerthrown T Twenty friends are deadly foes Each one full of griefs and woes Each to mad to speak a word Cause of things they overheard Chicago Inter Ocea- nMoraleDont answer only your own ring HAPPY HOLLOW Mr Perry Ruby and family of near Chaplin spent Saturday and Sunday with her father Mr J Shields Mr John Armstrong and family Mr Erastus Perkins and wife Messrs Hobert Patrick and Woods Floyd spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Edward Hanby Mr John Crow and family spent Sun day with Mr E L Parish and family of near here Mr Walter Hanby sold a horse to Mr Fitch Godby last week for 110 Mr Perry Ruby and family spent Friday night with her sister Mrs Sabe Coulter of near here Mrs Erastus Perkins spent Friday and Saturday with her rather Mr John Armstrong Mr Jim Coulter and family spent Sunday with the family of Mr Jim Sutton Mr Steve Scott who has made his home with his sister Mrs John Crow has moved to Polm Mrs Edward Hanby spent last Mon day afternoon with her father Mr John Armstrong Mrs John Armstrong and daughter Myrtle spent last Friday with her sis ter Mrs J W Walls who is quite ill Mr Albert Hmes will crop with Mr John Crow at this place this yearJ Miss Ethel Griffy of near Fairyiew is spending several weeks with her grandfather Mr J M Shields and family at this place Mr T W Sutherland and wife spent onedaylast week with his son MiJ- D SutherlandMr lingBwas in Springfield Saturday Mr Tolly Griffy and family and Mr Sabe Coulter and family spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr1 J M Shields J HINT FOR BUSINESS GIRLS A Tim Wh HelpsWonderfully tne may prefer the blunt truth to the fine falsehood and say the most annihilating things about people who throw Ijtouquets and compliments with about an ounce of sincerity in them but once In awhile the blarneyer is comfortTo in the office who is afraid to get her bearings a little blarney from the nearest neigh bor will help to smooth out the wrIn- kles of misadjustment and help her weather the cold drafts of dissatisfac tion and those hailstorms of criticism that are apt to blow through every of fice and give you the ague of dlscour agement It is easy to tell the perfunctory sort of blarney from the kind that has a bit of sympathy in it and the older the girl who will humor the new girl In the office and seek to diminish the thorns of initiation deserves and gen erally has a host of friends no matter if her enthusiasm does verge jon gush sometimes A shy little girl from the country with more energy than confidence was hired on two days probation as typist ina real estate office The head stenographer was to break her in during the absence of the chief The timid one was all nerves the first day By the time she had written and destroy ed her second letter her every expres sion showed that she was afraid she didnt belong and couldnt make good Luckily however that third letter came off the machine without an er ror and then the head stenographer to whom blarney came as natural ar breathing Just sang its perfections for about five minutes even extending he ecstasies to the timid ones beautifu penmanshipThis restored the tlml ones confidence and with a sudden access of hope and determination sh steered safely through the shoals oi the first weeks probation To the stranger in the strange place the country girl In the city office or the bundle of nerves In a trying position a little blarney is often the oil that moves things easIly along The Best Hour of Life is when you do some great deed or dis cover some wonderful fact This hour came to J R Pitt of Rocky Mt N C when he was suffering intensely as he pays from the worst cold I ever had I then proved to my great satisfaction ivhat a wonderful Cold and Cough cure bra Kings New Discovery is For after taking one bottle I was entirely cured You cant say anything too good of a medicine like that Its suresa and best remedy for diseased lungs Hemor rhages LaGrippe Asthma Hay Fevejr any Throat or Lung Trouble 50c 100 Haydon ipIn had upon his lund a part ofan old building containing two very beautiful win dows He was in debt and embar rassed and eagerly closed with the of noughtthemspector bearing of the bargain arrived just in time to stop the masons from dislodging the windows You cannot ne said to tbe villager sell antiquities my man But excellen cy I have used tbe money and paid my creditors The villager was in despair but the official was untouch ed Thats all right he said The money is safe The windows are no longer yours But tbe buyer cant move a stone of tbem He can bow ever come with a camp stool aud sit down and look at bis property as much as be likes Big Horse Sale Dont forget it and get your horses in Shape Feb 26at 10 oclock WhySuffer If you suffer pain from any cause Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills will relieve it and leave no bad after effects Thats the impor tant thing Neither do they create a habit More often the attacks become less frequent or disappear altogether Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have no other effect except to relieve pain and quiet nerv ous irritation- We are never without Dr Miles AntiPain Pills My husband and son aged 15 were always subject to sick headache until we began using these PlllB and they have broken theyhaveI recommend them to every one A ladyfriendShe was down with LaOrlppe and nearly crazy with awful backache I gave her one of the AntiPain Pllla and left another for her to take In a short time Whey helped her right away and she Says she will never be myhusbaridboth sides and 1 know he would have died If It hadnt been for tho Pills In less than half an hour he was swpting and sleptMRSAUstlnburr Ohio AntiPainonlyIfMiles Medical Co Elkhart Jnd rfzGoodsi1Ginghams Embroideries Laces linen Towels Napkins 1 W IV and Table Linens Just coming in THe largest line ever in Springfield Come and see tHem tt every department Come and be convinced f fTi SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY o t 4 tet S Dr G T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky 3fflce in flagon Block up stairs Local News Notes House for Rent See G C Wharton Dont forget the Horse Sale Feb 26 at Boblitts stable FOR RENTAbout 8 acres for porn and 8 for oats MRS LAURA VEST The Ladies of the Baptist church will serve Court Day Dinner in February Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Mr Leo Haydon Get your Horses ready for the 5th Annual Horse Sale February 26 The Ladies of the Methodist church will serve dinner on county court day in April LOST Between St Rose and W H Mullicans gate a black cloth glove with fur top Reward if returned to George Mulhcan FoR RENT2 or 4 front rooms in sesidence formerly occupied by M H Jones Agustus Ott For fir tclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop Dont forget the date we will have buyers forjall classes of horses Feb ruarp 26 at Boblits stable FOR SALEA Square Steinway piano at a great bargain telephone No 108 Mrs Ella H Bodine Springfield Ky FOR SALEOne Improved Victor Incubator with capacity for 200 eggs and a No 5 heating stove Good as new Apply to Agustus Ott Lakes Old Office WANTED Two stood tobacco men I have plenty new land BURR P GRUME Bardstown Ky FOR SALEA latest improved No 5 Olliver typewriter Apply at this officer 87 head of horses passed under the hammer at our sale last year and 54 were absoJutelysoltI We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good to bacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky f u W gi Ladies Tailored Suits and Cloaks AT HALF PRCE TO CLOSE OUT Z Bargains in The ROBERTSO- R YBROOKECOi TEXAS Miss Margie Claybrooke has returned home after a visit to her sister Mrs Tom Wise of Lebanon Mrs J R Clavbrooke who has been visiting her daughter Mrs John Offutt pf Bloomfield has returned home Miss Emma Claybrooke is visiting Tier sister Mrs Bob Brady of Spring fieldMessrs Lucian Purdom and Charley Cocanougher were in Lebanon Tuesday Miss Bessie Cocanoucher is very ill at this writing The Ladies Missionary Society of the Bethelhem Baptist church met at the homeof Mrs J M Bcgiey Tres The party given by Mr ant Mrs T E Wilson on last Tuesday night was enjoyed by all present Mr and Mrs T E Wilson were in Harrodsbnrg the latter part of the week the guest of the formers brother Mrs Wilhemn Peterson is able to be out again after an attack of La Grippe Mr Edger Wilson has gone to Louis yule where he has secured a position Mr Otis Bradsheow was at Lebanon Junction last week on businessIMrs Clem Cocanough visited her parents Mr and Mrs Yankey at Stewart last week Mr James Wilson left Friday fori Chicago Ill where he expects to secure a posItiontMr T A was called near Leb IImotherterred at Bethelhem the services were conducted by Kev R L Pprdom Mr Woodson Arnold died of consumption at his home in Boyle County His remains were interred in the Beth elhem cemetery Monday Feb 7 Mr James Holderman attended the wedding of Miss Valley Longfield and Mr John Sutton of Springfield Sunday afternoon Evengelists Reonie and Hawknis will hold a series of meetings at the Texas church beglning Tuesday night Feb 8 services begining promptly at seven oclock Every one invited to attend Mrs R L Purdom andr Grand daughter Miss Myrtle Cocanougher have started into the dressmaking business at the home of the former The Ietut t + + + + + yhlghlyDies on Duty A most deplorable accident resulting in the Heath of young Harvey Ross son of Mr and Mrsnoss of near Cravens occured on the Sam Warwick place about four mile from town on the Louisville pike on Thursday of last week Young Ross who was engaged in sawinglogs for MrtWill Sherman Jr whose saw mill was located on the Warwick farm was standing near tree which was being felled and which a in falling to the ground broke a limb from a tree nearby this limb glancins to one side struck youn Harvey on the back of the head killing him instantly Young Ross was about nineteen years of age was an industrious worthy you ng man and his loss is a most sore af- flictIon to his parents who have the sympthy of alt in their grief Funeral services were conducted on Saturday morning January 29 in the tow Baptist church by Rev n H Roe Pas or of the Bardstown Methodist church the Baptist pulpitin this city being vacent at this tune The interment was in Bardstpwn cemetery Brcte town Standard The Ladies Favprjite f Wherever Paristan Sage is Known It Has the Call I i efficientotIItall dressing Beektee possessing these qualities it willitiyely make any woman hairsoft lux anent and attractive The Leo Haydqb Drug Co sells it for 50 cents a digs bottle and wilfreturn your money if it does not cure dandruff falling hair and itching scalp in two weekss HI had given uphopes of ever b inr cured of dandruff when i purchased a bottle of Parisian Sage It has entirely removed the dandruff and b started a growth ot new hair and all this after having been troubled 15 years I cheerfully recommend Parisian Sage MrtJ Elizabeth Anderson Mechaniqiburir Pa of hiw j + + + + + qrww WWWWWWftl I JTtM r z MackvJlle Normal High ShO IISpringy Term Opened Jan 17 1910 4tit Special Course in Psychology for Teachers + tit 4 terms Reasonable Considering the Service fit C W CALDWELL A MC E PriMljiil t+ + +1ft It v yw i k Ut f lr l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 9 igio t t Zf OystersF fi VALLEY HILL +tMdames Nell K Thurman and rHord of Springfield were JrUessof ri Mrs Palmer Goatley last week l J Mr and Mrs J D Shehan were Jg eSlsofJH Moran and wife Wed nesday V 3Mr and Mrs John Goatley who have J ten visiting relatives in this county J for several week left Monday forLouis relativesitwined a large crowd ot relatives to an elegant dinner last Wednesday l t Mr Sutton has removed to the arm fof Mrs L N rMrSP SimpsonIfSpringfield were guests of relatives at Mhis place Wednesday Jonnis Piles of McIntire visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday V a Frank ONeal visited friends at Mc yIntire last week Hubert Virgin and wile of Maud were guests of S E Goatley and fainI ily Sunday 1M W Seay and wife of Nelson County were guests of J E Goatley SundayIt ys to advertise Sure it does your correspondent advertised in aIcrude sort of way for a fine glove jon the 14th of October 09 and much to glovefwasreceived Moran Elery sold their crop of to bacco to T C Tatumat13percwt lastweek MrChas Donahue was called to the bedside of her uncle Mr Matt Mock otnear St Ruse who is not expected tbttive from the effects of La Grippe l1r8CP Goatlay is quite ill at this writing HARDESTY rfiMrs Eliza Mitchell spent Tuesday C nigbtandWednesday with Bruce Will lams James Nix bought of J H Gray one t horse price 100 Mr Hence Scott and wife spent Sun dav with Mr and Mrs S G Hardesty iMrs C P Goatley spent Tuesday r night with her mother Mrs W S Y GoodlettMr Cheser spent Sunday with his grandmother Mrs Martha Carney jMrJ H Gray sold his crop of tobacco to Mr Stem at 14J cer ts Messrs Robert and Will Gray at tended thefuneralof Mr T D Sweeny Thursdayr1Mr Ed Goatley wife and children spent Friday with Mr and Mrs RD Goodlett Mrs Eliza Mitchell lost a valuable mare one day last week Mr Jim Sutherland of Chaplin spent Saturday night and Sunday with his cousins the Messrs Gray Miss Sue Williams and sister Eliza- Beth spent the latter part of last week with their grnadmother Mrs Eliza MitchellMrs Ed Smothers left Tuesday for Grayson to spend several weeks Misses Martha and Ida1 Gray spent Tuesday night with Mr and Mrs J R Gray Mrs Sue Williams spent Thursday with the Misses Gray Mr Bob Inmandied Thursday after a three days illness of pneumonia and was buried the following day at Willis burgj He leaves a wife and eleven children to mourn his death Stick To The Farm Sticl 10 the farm Shysthe President To the wideeyed farmer boy Then he hies him back to his White Hose home With its air of rustuz joy Stick to the farm says the railroad kingI who looks afar Then hikes him back on the double To his quick rustic private car Stick to the farm says the clergyman To the youth on the wormfence perch Then lays his ear to the ground to hear A call to a city church Stick to the farmsays the doctor wise To those who would break the rut Then hies him where the appendix jgrows iIIIn ouritifulcropstocut Anon A Common Cold We claim that if catching cold could be avoiaed some of the most dangerous and fatal diseases would never b6 heard of A cold often forms a culture bed for germs of infections diseases Con sum tion pneumonia diphtheria and scarlet fever four of the most danger ous and fatal diseases are of class The culture bed formed by the cold favor the development of the germs of these diseases that would not otherwise find lodgment There is little danger however of any of these diseases being contracted when a good expectorant cough medicine like Chamberlains outIyelopment of the germs of these disease That is why this remedy has proved so universally successful in preventing pneumonia It not only cures your cold quickly but minimizes the risk of contracting these dangerous diseases For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co iNtt1Hi iNt ett i iW E GREENE tit + r + it BarberShop I have purchased Mr Raymond Nally his Barber + + Shop next to the Walton hotel and will conduct the 1i business at the same stand I am always ready to serye my customers and ask that you give me a share of your ttt patronage tfe I am agent for the Home Laundry of Louisville and havp a naybarber + Cleaning and Pressing call on me All work guaranteed fyty+ WASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence Women who aspire to huve their husbands become presidents of the United States or vice presidents or members of the presidents cabinet would do well to consider the social responsibilities which woukl fall to them as well as to prepare themselves to give up their husbands to the pub lie service The life of these women In Washington largely Is public in it self There are heavy demands on their time for social duties which are to many distasteful Nevertheless these duties cannot be thrust aside un less by serious Illness One winters social campaign In Washington has wrecked more than one womans nerves Mrs Fairbanks Broke Down It is no secret that Mrs Charles W Fairbanks wife of the former vice president broke down under the pressure of her social position In addi tion to the various otticial social affairs which she was called upon to perform because of her husbands high position in the government the Fair banks family continued in Washington the custom begun at their home in In dianapolis namely that of rarely sitting down at their own table without guests At the same time Mrs Fair bunks endured a constant social demand by reason of her own prominence in connection with club and sO- cial affairs of women As a result she was unable during a portion of her last winter in Washington to partici pate in many of the social events Mrs Taft Felt the Strain Still more recently Mrs William H Taft the wife of the president passed through a serious illness which while not due to a winters social campaign in the White House is believed to be the consequence of the long strain she endured during her husbands cam paign for the presidency During all this time both the presi dent and his wife were subject to much entertainment by their friends and bad to map out for themselves a considerable change in their mode of living However this change was not as great as would bare been made by others owing to the long public career enjoyed by Mr Taft and his wife and their experience in the social affairs of Washington Manila and elsewhere Music In the Blue Room One Of the most marked made In the state drawing changesI the White House since its by the president and Mrs the introduction of a baby grand piano In the blue room which has formerly been furnished In the most conventional wayand without a suggestion of daily habitation Mrs raft tins much of her music on the stand near the piano and In the room in which President and Mrs Cleveland were married passes many hours in practice and entertaining her family and Intimate friends Secretary Meyers Quarters The big room at the navy depart ment between the offices of the secret- arY and the assistant secretary which for years has been reserved as a sort of museum has been preempted by Secretary Meyer This Is us it should be The only thing in the way of rel les in the room is the sword present ed to John Paul Jones by the king of France For years this room had been neglected The furniture was scarred and buttered the leather chair and sofa coverings hung to the floor In chunks and a coating of grime covered one of the best samples of par quetry flooring in the whole town Nowadays the room looks like a dif ferent place The furniture is of the finest wood and upholstery the walls have been touched up the floor has been scraped and waxed until any careless person can break his neck on alfogetherIthe whole place has a different air Anyhow this big room will be Mr Meyers private office in the future He Is the first secretary in many years who has had decent or adequate quarters Historic Race Course Gone The Brigbtwoodrace track Is a thing of the past The force of District em ployees who are doing the work of ex tending Sixteenth street have knocked down the fences on both sides of the historic old course and have crossed the Brlgbtwood punt The street cuts JIntJ of Brightwood one of the oldest and most famous race tracks in America has gone by the board Probably no other truck on this continent bus had a morecheckered career The stories told of happenings there In years long gone would till a volume And some of these stories would rival even the ones that gave the old Guttenberg track in New Jer sey the renown It had throughout the world a few years ago Noted Horses on Track At one time or another some of the most rioted trotting and pacing horses In the world huve found their way to old Brightwood The most celebrated trotter that ever went over that track was Hamburg Belle undoubtedly the greatest mare that ever lived This mare died in Georgia last month She was brought to Brightwood one year tgo last spring by John E Madden and trained there by the late Fred Bentley until she was taken to Pough keepsie to begin her grand circuit ca reer Hamburg Belle was then known as Sallie Simmons II and had a half mile ring record of 212 She died with a record of 201V4 made on the grand circuit during the last racing season1 This mire was at Brightwood last spring also where she was again prepared for grand circuit racing W J Andrews had her In hand DABL SCHOFIELD r ichj f I I SPecialCash Sa1eW- hite r I Goods Laces Embroideries Lace Curtains Curtain Swisses 1TableLinens Napkins Towels I Many other Articles will be Included in this sale I This is a Clearance Sale Everything will be sold 1at a Great Reduction and will be sold strictly i FOR CASH I REMEMBER THE DATES I Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday I Feb 8B 10 and 11- I I Grundy Mclntire L V STALLARD D D b Iw I SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 YEETnI EXTRACTED Ii WITHOUT Pain or Danger in this office is Aclass in every respect just as advertised GUARANTEED firstI SS Over McElroy Shaders Grocery OeOeoeooeoeOeoeoeoeoeoeo 0 o e Personal Notes o 0- o e Visitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Up of o Personal NewsDa eoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeQ Miss MargaretDaviesshas returned to her home in Louisville Misses Kate Cain and Flora Mudd 3 haved returned from a visit to Mrs Will Hill Mr and Mrs T Scott Mays were in Frankfort last week at the unveil ing of Goebel monument Messrs Logan Bosley and Ray Goodm of Lebanon visited here Fri day Mr and Mrs J J McCaba are vis itingMrs Scott at Winchester Mr Frank Willitt of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents here MraW H McCauley will leave Sunday Ito visit her parents Mr and Mrs Geo Medley at Owensboro Mrs Hord is visiting friends in Louisville this week Miss Lucille Stevens will return to her home in Covington afterspending several months with hersister Mrs Wolf Mrs W K Marks leaves tne last of the week for Lotus where she will make her home Mr 0 C Pace of Lebanon was here yesterday Mr Neal Kelley has returned to his home in Louisville after a several weeks stay with relatives hero Miss Margaret Hagan is visiting Miss Annie Cooper in Louisville Misses Eddie and Gertrude Shader visited friends in Lebanon Sunday Mr Haldine Campbell of Indianapolis is visiting his parents here Miss Margaret Shader returned home from Louisville Sunday Mr Walter MpLaughih spent the first of the week in Lonisville Mr and Mrs Jess Rapier of Bardstown will arrive the last oif the week to visa Mr and Mrs C L Price Miss Hattie Blandford was the guest of relativas and friends near Lebanon 1i last week Mr L A Burns was in Camp ells ville and Greensburg the first of the week on business Mr James Haydon of Bardstown visited his dahghter Mrs Lap Haydon Satarday and Suuday Miss Lavenia O Connor of Pleasant Grove is spending several days with Miss Mabel Price Miss Sophia Conway who was form erly connected with The Sun has en tered school at St Catherines HonJohn W Lewis of this place has been appointed by Governor Wilson as one of the members of the State Board of Equiaization This is a very important position as this is ttje Court of last resort as to assessment of all the property inthe Commonwealth Sundaypit of the Presbyterian Churlit Mr Thos Duncan has moved to town having rented that pr pertYoc r cupied by JW Reidel Messrs Gray Cleaver of New York and Foster cleaver ot Lebon were 11n ttDrerly Mack re yille was in town yesterday t Mr and Mrs Mike Fitz raid have returned Fume after a two reeks trip to Florida Miss Sue Duncan has returned home afte a visit to relatives in Louis vIller i Mrs red Manget is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John W Lewis Miss Minnie McClellan is visiting Mrs Scare at Lebanon this v eek Among those who attended the Knights ot Columbus initiation at Lebanon Sunday wereJ L Barber C H Mcintire C J Hay ion dee and Will Robertson L B Cain Bene dict demerits Al Mudd Thos SVheatley Arthur M6Gill Louis Kellev W A Clements Jim Morigomeryj Warren Nalley J J3 Shader W H McCauley Bob Mclntire Paul Keene Th s Ham iliton Bob Fowler Sam Nal ey Geo McIntire Robert Nalley aid SE Clements INDIC01lTlHNSON CO H rb o hOR LESS ioi J Sold onlYin Springfield at Harness dhop Geo J Begemanii f n 10 Clt IANTMr ndMrs Thos Brown Kks e Francis Dennis and Pearl and Ediifc Hunfeate of Tatham Springs speC Wednesday with M A Snider fanuJpi Mr Jim Keeling and wife and J tTolly Griffey were called to Lawr e tee burg Monday by the death of Mix Keehngs grandfather Mr John Hyatt Effie Sweazy has returned home after a weeks visit to her grandmother JCzs Mary Sweazy of Greens ChaneL Messrs Henry Huffman and Joe Geyor ae on the sick list Mr Ed Jenkins and family Mr Geo Cutsinger and family JMr J Armstrong and A Burns spent SWH day with Mr and Mrs Robert Arm strongThere will be preacheng at this brae the first Sunday in March by ZBrown of Indiana Mrs Mary Anderson of KirUMril spent Sunday with Miss Effie Snide Mr M C Keeling and daughter MC WiIlis urjspent Friday with Hf Thos Brown Stomach Misery I for Over six Years Thinkof it After six years of sear stomach of gas eructations ofnervsi r ness during which time every meal lay on hisrstomach like a lump oflead a man was restoredto perfect heal tIa Ar Miona stomach tablets i Read what Mr Hoffman landlord 4f the Webster Hotel writes I suffered misery and intense 1rfrom stomach trouble for oyersixyeupt and all the doctoring that I did or nicines I used were of no avail ntilaberlt two years ago when Itisedatreteiretl of Mibna The first few days tt t ment helped me greatly and UCOB agiay it a while I was made entirely firs from any stomach trouble or D1pIailf whatever Since the cure by Ml oMfcl have reclined my weight I eater sleep well am never nervous and mr entire gene al health if uucn betttc MaxiM Hoffman Webster N T Aug 2j 1909 M10 na relieves stomach distreee site five minutes It acts like magic It ill guaranteed to cure sour stomach gm eructation heartburn dizxineee fc4 iousness and nervousneea orrback For sale by Aragfiita ere r t where acid by The LeO Haydon Dny Co for 50 cents a large box tIYOMEI Cares owbrrheslackbreathy i inhaler3L trbS I0a J t Ia I I eIedsII Keenes Token of Gratitude i Financier Made 19000 Stock Deal for Samuel Ward Who Had Cared j I for Him When He jWas III Tlje iate Samue Ward by marriage a e Astor family uncle of m1mberolt Crawford and the led Crawford to wrlt hi first novel Mr Isaacs was a man of the world in the best sense of the term Probably no other man In the United States In his day numbered malJYdlstlngmshed and buittness One result of this extensive and con JBduntJoJ acquaintanceship was that Mr Ward had many exciting and truly eensallonal experiences from time to time but what he declared to me was lila strangest most unexpected and happiest experience befell him one lay when I was with him It Is a story interestinglightand so far as know It has never been tola In print until now The day after James R Keene sup ported singlehanded and sphinxlike the stock market against the terrific jasasults that were made upon it In the panic days of 1877 and supported It triumphantly the physical reaction In cident to the great strain under which Wr Keene had la ored was so swift And overwhelming that he sank into a state of collapse His family was in Europe for it was midsummer and he was living in apartments In one of the uptown note Is pf New York He was perilously near brain fever and he had Do companions except those whose services vere professional Mr Ward found him in that isolation and at once took entire charge of him watching over him looking after his business matters and at last accompanying him to Long Branch whither he was sent by his physician to recuperate LongBranchpublication his views upon business and money conditions Still in bed and wet supporteu by pillows be pent some five hours dictating and then revising his statement Mr Ward meanwhile passing in and out of the room many times He was to go to New York on the late afternoon boat the one which I planned taking to ex ecute some con missions for Mr Keene As he was leaving the room for the last time Mr Keen handed II Tribute from the Children That Was Laid Daily on Slab That Marked Novelists Resting Place Charles Dickens died in June 1870 In September of that year I found my self in London and being shown through Westminster Abbey Mr William Shaw one of the editors of the London Illustrated Graphic After the conventional round of the abbey had been made but before we had visited the Poets Corner Mr Shaw excused himself for a few min utes that he might seek out from the throng in the abbey a friend of whom be had had a passing glimpse a little while before I will rejoin you at Dickens grave he said You know he is buried in the Poets Corner I asked how I was to identify the grave Mr Shaw smiled You will not find any memorial or monument to blinupon the wall be said A slrnpl slab in the floor covers his grave and there Is no other Inscription upon it than his name tiilafld I thought I detected a note of tenderness come Into Mr Shaws volceyou will have no difficulty In finding It Your eyes will be directed to it as soon as you enter the corner 1 wont tell you how or why But you will see something I am sure that will lead you straight to Dickens grave A moment or1wo later as I reached the Inclosure famous the world lover as the poets corner my eyes were caught and held by a quantity of flowers lying near the center of the inclosure My curiosity aroused I went up to them and found that loose though they were not one of the fra grant blossoms extended beyond the slab over which they were strewn Then bending down to catch the In cription on the stone between the blossoms and buds I read the two words Charles Dickens- I stood there wondering If this was whafmy friend had meantthese flow ers As I did sothere came Into view 0 group of children four or five of them and each with flowers in her arms With gentle step they ap proached to the tomb and as gently plated their flowers upon it A mo ment tijey stood In silent adoration and awe it seemed to me and then as silently they want away But hardly had they gone when an other group of children stood by the him an envelope which was addressed to Mr Ward himseu Sam he said don t open that until you get upon the boat Soon atteJ the steamboat had start ed troni the Sandy Hock pier Mr Ward took the envelope from hla pocket You will excuse me it open this let ter ue said Mr Keene I presume conmlsslonformeMr Wards unfolded the inclosure gave a nastY glance at it and held it out to me with a hand whose steadi ness was clearly upset by the great surprise that snowed in his face I took the paper It was a statement from a certain first of brokers showing that some weeks previously Mr Ward orallroadstocksold a day or two before the statement Was mailed that commissions and in terest were charged and that there remained a balance toMr Wards credit oi 19000 for which a check was enclosed L It was my turn tobe puzzled Why AnEmpe WhoRemepibe red How Louis Napoleon Requited the Kindness Shown Him by Gen Webb When He Was Pen nlless in America Nobody familiar with American his tory is astonished to hear that a mill boy or a rail splitter or a canal mule driver became In later years of their lives presidents of the United States But to have been In poverty In New York at one time and the emperor of France at another at the head of the most dazzlingly brilliant court of Eu rope Involver a story which seems to belpng to the realm of imagination rather than fact And yet nnaglnatlop has no part In that history as is proved by the hitherto unrecorded story I am about to relate and which was told tome recently by Gen Alexander S Webb hero of civil war days for many years president of the College of the City of New York and son of Gen OfjthataImousIt was in 1836 I think that my fa I Flowers on Dickens Grave Fragrant stone They too carrlpd flowers and with all the tenderness displayed by the first comers they laid their fra grant burdens upon the slab One of these children a girl about 14 years of age I should say carried also one of Dickens stories 77he Old Curios ity Shop Not once or twice but four times as I stood there little groups of chil dren approached and decorated the grave of the great novelist Then Mr Shaw rejoined me Now he said you know what I meant when told you that you would see something that would lead you di rectly to Dickens grave I think that almost daily since he was buried here children and grown people as well have come and laid flowers upon the stone They are mostly from the mid dle class as you have seen but once in a while you will see some child of poverty add her blossom perhaps to the others upon the grave To me this daily tribute from the great mass of the people tells a better story of per manent literary fame of the highest kind the kind that follbws an appeal to the heart than any monument any biography could do And I have no doubt that this decoration of the stone will be continued day after day for many years to come Copyright by Jl J Edwards Gold Coins for Canada That Canada will soon have a gold coinage of its own was intimated In the recent speech of Finance Minister Fielding regarding the budget At the present time while some sovereigns are coined at the royal mint there are no Dominion coins of this metal The denominations will be 5 and 10 The gold will be obtained from the Yukon region and an effort will be made to establish a government purchasing agency at Dawson The mint will be able It is thought to make asmallmarghiofpro t in coin- Ing gold Canadian currency as is generally known follows that adopted in this country the decimal system but it has not carried it to the extent of issuing gold coins The new departure Is probably partially the result of the greater amount of business that is being done there At the same time it Is another Indication oftbe growing spirit of nationalism that is Indicated in many ways at present Schenectady Gazette should Mr Ward shqw so great sur rinse over a matter that he knew about He saw my perplexity Here is tIe check all right 19000 and I never dreamed of it he ex claimed thought that I knew every detail ot Mr Keenes business since he has been sick but realize now that didnt This is what be has done for me unknown to me He ordered his brokers co buy and carry for me this block 01 stock when the price of it per share was much low r than It Is now and then at the prooer time he ordered them to sell the stock and send me a statement and a check for the balance Well thats Mr Ke nes way of do lag J11ngshe added I suppose he felt grateful to me for doing what any friend would have done for him under like circumstances without a thought of remuneration of any sort But whew that 19000 is a good bit of moneyAnCl slowly and thoughtfully Mr Ward tucked the valuable bit of paper safely away In an inside pocket nave often woviered what passed between Mr Ward and Mr Keeno when they were together again But as Kipling would say that Is another story Copyright E L Edwards L ror flier was the host at a dinner given by him in the Astor house which at that time was the largest and most NeYYorkThe dinner had not long been In progress when a servant brought to my father a card vie looked fat the name It bore was clearly puzzled for a moment then excused himself and went to the hotels reception room There he was confronted by a y ung man of handsome and foreign appear ance My father looked quizzically at him and then at the card in his hand Yes said the stranger noting the suspicious doubt that was in my fa thers mind it is I who have sent you that card Gen Webb I am he whose name is upon it You are Louis Napoleon asked my father Yes am Louis Napoleon the nephew of Bonaparte Then as the general continued to look inquiringly at the young man the latter went on I nave come to the United States because I was exiled from France have heard much of this country from heteforwhat i can do to support myself I have often heard your name and of your kindness to strangers and I thought could commit myself to your friendly Interests 1 Have you no means of livelihood the general asked None answered the nephew of tne great Bonaparte and I will tell you frankly that I am almost without money If you could assist me in any way I should be very grateful and some day it might be in my power to make full acknowledgment of my obli gation Impressed by the young mans man ner my father after a little further convdrsation not only promised to help Louis Napoleon but also took him to the banquet room and there Introduced the exile to the guests Several times thereafter he advanced Napoleon tunds and furthermore under took to find him congenial employment Indeed all through Napoleons short stay in the country the general was his benefactor and a day or so before he returned to France he thanked my father for his great kind ness and repeated his promise to repay the loans when the sun Should shine again for him Thirty years later the general who had been ent to the empire of Brazil as our minister there by President Lincoln ddclded to return home for a vacation He had to reach this coun try by way of Europe there being no direct line of steamersbetween any of our ports and Brazil So In due time he landed at Calais with his family and there took a train to Paris in or del to m e a short stay in that city before taking passage for New York The train had not preceded far on its Journey when the general heard a guard calling out in French have- a telegram rom bis majesty the em peror for 0en James Watson Webb I am Gen Webb he said and the message was handed to him He tore it open Sure enough it was a message from the emperor of France It read Will you take breakfast with me very Informally tomorrow at 12 oclock at St Cloud I have just learned of your arrival at Calais Napoleon Franpehadthat Louis Napoleon the moneyless and friendless exile owed to bis bene factor Copyright 1909 by E J Edwards The telephone cannot take the plkce ofa hired man but it helps wonder fullyI I FARMER SHOULD PROVIDE DIPPING TANK FOR SHEEP Advantages JrtEXpeBy EDWIN S GOOD Scabby sheep should be dipped at the first opportunity for if kept until shearing time most of the wool may be lostand the vitality of the animal pttectedwithbeing dipped have the thick scabs softened by pouring some of the dip on them and rubbing them with a smooth stick care being taken how ever not to draw blood for upon co agulatlon it is likely to protect the mite from the dip They should then Dipping Vat oe allowed to stand for at least half an hour before being put into the bath Each sheep should be Immersed in the dip for two minutes by the watch the head being ducked at least once Just befor the animal emerges from the vat Within 10 or 14 days the dipping should be repeated in order to kill all mites hatched since the first dip ping as the eggs are more resistant to the dips than are the mites Sheep may 6e dipped in the winter In many localities but warm dry days must be selected for the purpose and the dipping discontinued in the middle of the afternoon If the sheep after being dipped are allowed to stand for a few hours on the sunny side of a Chute barn they will not chill as quickly as if turned inside a building at once Dipping vats can be made of wood metal or concrete A farmer owning as many as 25 sheep should have a good dipping vat For a small number than this the barrel used to s ald the pigs will do if the farmer feels that he cannot afford to purchase or build a vat A good galvanized vat ten feet long and four feet deep made pur posely for dipping can be purchased for about 12 There are smaller sizes than this that can be purchased for less money Three or four farm ers can club together and purchase or PROPER CARE GIVEN SWINE eed and Attention Must Be Varied in Accordance with What Is Desired to Be Done withiiilziial By A J LOVEJOT The pig that is to be sold for meat as but a few months to live and there should be no letup in feeding from L1rtL It will begin to eat shelled corn at tree or four weeks of age and a lit tie sweet sklminllk or a thick mush of the same material as that given the mother is a great help to hasten growth Wellbred or even goodgrade pigs should weigh sixty to eighty pounds when weaned at three months of age and should then go on alfalfa or oth er green pasture and have corn twice a day Late in the summer there should be ready for them a pasture of rape field peas or soy beans besides the corn If their teeth become sore change to shelled corn soaked 24 hours in water slightly salted It Will pay to have a cool shady place where It rather dark if possible for the pigs to lie in during the heat of the day with free access to p mixture of salt copperas lime and ashes The feeder should watch closely to see that every pig is eating with a relish If pigs cough It is jvobajiy duo to a dusty shed Worms will also cause a cough and If the hair becoues stan ing and dead in apnearanqe it is wen to give a worm powder In raising hogs to be used as breed ers the object is very different They are not to go to market at six to ten months of age but to grpw on to ma turlty They should be pushed for rapid rowth but must be fed for a growth f frame and bone not fattened on jrnr but expanded by a feed rich in rotein At six to eight or ten months ot age they should show more length of body and more scale than the market hogs one of the galvanized tanks and haul it to their respective farm as it is wanted A dipping vat lor sheep should be narrow enough t prevent the sheep turning around in It and deep enough to swim lar je sheep The length of the vat shou d depend upon the number of sheep i rhich can be dipped in a day There is consid erable variation as to the width of vats found on different fart s and as a usual thing they are w der than narroVerthefill it A vat twenty inches wide at the top and eight inches w de at the bottom is a fair average t s regards width although some very practical sheep men construct their v ts as nar row as sixteen inches at the top and six inches at the bottom when the vat Is four feet deep The dipping vat used at the Ken tucky experiment station s located in the driveway of the hog aouse and can be used for the dipping of sheep and young pigs It is built entirely of concrete the walls of vhich are six Inches in widti with 1he exception of the partition betwec n the vat and dry chamber which hah a thickness of nine inches The end of the vat into which the hogs ind sheep are plunged is perpendicu ar while the opposite end Is provide with an incline which is quite deep y creased so that the anifilal can walk out The floor around the end of the vat from which the sheep emerge Is so graded that all drippings return to the vat There are sewer connections with this outfit the valve of which is located in the dry chamber The iry cham carefullyIe g up scabs with a brush and if necessary help the sheep up the incline and also go to the aid of a she p quickly Itlt shows signs of stiang ing This vat is quite inexpensive A chute like this can be built with little trouble The incline 0 thb vat A Sheep Dipping should he made of smooth li mber and greased when hogs or sheet are dIp- ped In dipping animals tie second time they usually first experience and the length of the vatremembeptheswing door Is attached the chute As an either sheep or hogs a can fixed hlrizontallYfrom the end toward the vat tips down plunging him quickly into he vat and be smooth and well co rered but not so fat as for market byleedlngper cent of tankage or teq per ceiit of oil meal Use corn barley and oa S ground together mixed thickly with water and fed at once while sweet I is much better to mix three pounds f milk to one pound of grain If one has no milk the nex best feed is ten per cent pf tankage If one has the corn and does not wait to buy the mill feeds he can use per cent of corn ani20 per cent cf tankage and have a wellbalanced r itlon The stlmmtreatmcInt of roung pigs should be about the same is for the market plgjs For late summer and fall I have made It a practi e to have a field of Evergreen sweet c rn to feed in the roasting ear I begin by adding one sta Ik and ear for each pig in addition to his other feed in a few days two talks and two ears and gradually In rease this amount to a full feed whit diminish ing the other ration In winter the brood have ws should something to take tl e place of the green pasture1 l know of nothing that will equal alfalfa bright and green n n through a cutting machine Twothlijis chaffed alfalfa and onethird shel ed corn mixed together and ground in a steel bur grinder makes an almost Ideal ration which can be fed drj or mixed thickly with scalding wate a little salt adds relish It Isa eh ap ration and has Just bulk enough tc take the place of grass If one cannot have alfal a bright wellcured clover is good Sorghum cane la a good tall feed u itll heavy freezing Mangles or sugar beets are of course very good Our Wheat Crop Considerable more tha 50 per cent ofilie entire wheat crop of 1907 estimated In round cumbers 631000000 bushels was grown In atI of the older states east of Jbo Missis sippi their gross yield bein placed at 382000000 bushels This Is more than three times as mu h as the largest wheat crbp ever gr wm in tilt Canadian northwest Not the Proper Atmosphere Overheard outside St Anns cfcurci yesterday First City ManAre you going to hear the archdeacon today Second City ManNo I think not It puts me In the wrong frame pf mind for business for the rest of the dayManchester Guardian ALLEW8LnG DALsAMwill cure notonly a fresh cold but one of tbose stub OtisItHealth may be wealth but that isnt what makes the doctors debi Quaker Oats IS food Eaten in every country eaten by infants athletes j youngand okfe Recognized as i the great strength builder f i51 Delicious and economical WETERN CANADA Miua4ilays r The cxnmtr7Lunlied tloaortwowillbetheproI pepIe and producing tI Timdnyaa iicat expcrtthg CanIt country This greatnOroftd mac advnntsgeItensive bulldrInrtotbewbeatfleklrt ot Western Canada 1 Upwards of 125 MIIIlMi Bushersof Wheat freroharvested 1009 Areneeof tim three of Alberta SaskntchewnnnndManltobawUlIie Iupward1ot 23 bushelsper acre I Freo homesteads of 160 acres and adjoining proempUonaef 16Oacreat3peracroaretObe convenient climate IoxocUent the T best I baUdInllumbcrwater enily procurd utabesttrated iI liftWest vent free on application aridotherlnforma tion to ot Immigration = k r IIiGOTernj WILLIAMS 3 Law Building TOWv Dee address nearest rea tO The Wretchedness of Constipation Cu quicHy be CntcemeLy CARTERS LITrLE LIVER PILLS Partly vegetable act jurely and enily on the lver Cure Biliou5e Head acne Dizzi tTE PILLS test aadIadigejtJoeu They do duty Small Pill Smell DOM SmmX Price GENUINE must bear agnatdre 7ei- 3ODAYSTRg kLJToi 11 Wafrtf DMPDUND If you are suffering1 with any of the followiar symptoms pains in side back under shoulder blades saur bloated stomach headache constipation catarrh liverand disease rheumatism neuralgia palpitation of heart bad blood to drug store and get a 30 days treatmsntof DrBvrkhartsVqiII le pound and be cured KNOWN SINCE 1836 ASREL1 ABLE TRADEMARKPfcACoR SUPERIOR 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facts in praise of Dr Cook And these facts he concluded prove my chiefs honor and the oth er sides defense is as weak as the wellknown defense of the parlor madu Mr Lonsdale glanced at his lug gage packed for Copenhagen Then he t laughed and resumed Mary said a mistress to her parlor maid what time did my husband get home last nightapNot till four mum the maid an swered t diHereup yetwihaObFahisagain SCRATCHED SO SHE COULD NOT SLEEPI ill write to tell you how thankful I am for the wonderlul Cutlcura Remsh edles My little niece had eczema for flveryears and when her mother diedwi 0 I took pare of the child II was nflcr over her fare and body also on her head She scratched so that she could not sleep nights I used Cutlcura Soap to wash her with and then ap plied Cutlcura Ointment I did not use quito half the Cuticura Soap and Mgiutment together with Cuticura Recsolvent when you could see a change and they cured her nicejy Now shetIs eleven years old and has never been herthe baby was cured by Cuticura I wasaboutShe was taken with the eczema j when two years old She was covered with big sores and her mother had all the best doctors and tried all kinds of salves and medicines without effect until we used Cuticura Remedies Mrs ookl1DNIi FogEyes Plaintive Protest FogEye Smith of northwest Wy omingbore an appalling facade His style of beauty was a blight Depend ing upon his horrific exterior he was in the habit of trying to awe newcom ers On one occasiop affecting Some displeasure at the manner in which a a pallid stranger watered his liquor Mr f r Smith announced frowning that un less he detected immediate amend neopbyte7oea market basket sure tear you Tip a whole lot said FogEye Half an hour later Mr Smith was found groping about en the floor under the poker table hunting for his glass eye and muttering to himself The stranger a ked with some evl dence of Impatience what new line of sentiments Mr Smith was now har boring That injured resident glaring t malevolently from beneath the furnl ture replied Which I sure Id hate aJman WIth no sense of humor Her Idea of DiscipilnerOne day recently opening of the Baltimore schools thecteacher of a primary class had o caJslon right at the start to enforce ciplinebyoung man indicating a pUpil whose name she did not yet know I saw you laughing thIwas ut some thing maam said the youngsters EheepishlySWell dont let that happen In school again said the teacher stern lySunday Magazine of the Clevo land Leader flather Tall 4 That said Senator Tillman of an opponents argument is an amusing exaggeration He smiled In fact he continued it is as bad an exaggeration as the story about Ben Johnsons height They said of Ben you know the candidate pt for sheriff that when he made a stump speech instead of getting a stump ready for him to mount they would because be was so tall dig a hole for him to stand in When Coloring Rags for Carpets or rugs always use Dyola Dyes because the one package will olor any materIal Satisfaction guaranteed Once try Dyola and you will never go back to the old fashioned dyes lOc per package at your dealers Write Dyola Burlington Vt for free book Of directions and color card Counter Irritants Fuddyr Well I suppose men ana women both have their troubles DuddYYes and Ive noticed that the chIt trouble of one is generally tile other I1esbetterbookSand a better hope him will we crown with laurels Emerson The fellow who says he could never love a woman with money may dig cover that he cant successfully love a woman if he hasnt any ONLY ONE BROMO QUININE That Is LAXATIVE BROMO Look for thQ algnatafB of E W fllOVif Used tho World urer to Carea Cold in One Day A friend Is merely a person we can tell our troubles to DOCTOR YOURSELF irhen yon feel a cold coming on by taking a few doS QdlnlnendJS A nan can always flatter his wife by being jealous l t llhI1PT111IkIIl ala II LLEIT In Spite of Her Bonnet By JEANETTE IRENE ALDEN fCopyright 1909 by Associated Literary Press Karen was hurrying past Miss Frys window with downcast eyes not daring to glance at the bewitching mil linery displayed within lest her heart againstFannyfrom the opposite direc don Why Karen Fanny said dnt know you with yournead down e that Come on Into Miss Frys th me Im going to get my newt Oh Ic ntK8ren faltered but nny had her by the arm Come on she said and Karen went Is my hat done Miss Fry Fanny asked It is The milliner Jerked open a drawer behind the counter and took therefrom an exquisite Gainsborough ape all mallne and vanity with handfuls of sweet peas to further be lder the senses Karen gave a little y Oh Fanny It is beautiful Isnt it Miss Fry knows exactly what I UkeFanny replied complacently Miss Fry smiled IIi her superior way Just setft upon your head my ar she said so that I can get the effect Very becoming dont you thlnkshe turned to Karen By the way Miss Ives I never see you in re Have you bought your hat yet Her Face Glowed and Sparkled Nno Karen stammered watching Fanny who with a handglass close to ler eyes waff turning every way be re the big mirror absorbed in her reflection Id like to sell you one This Tus an straw now Miss Fry lifted it rom the standard and twirled It deft upon her hand Im sure this will e becoming Just try it on and step up to the other glass She proffered the hat and Karen gasped as she saw the price mark upon e dangling tag Oh I cant buy such an expensive at she began Then temptation eized her She snatched off her shah by old toque and set the Tuscan straw upon her head Just as I thought Miss Fry said nodding And Karen beholding her againWhatshe was prettyten times prettier than Fanny Color sprang to her cheeks light to her eyes Her face glowed and sparkled She was radiant asshe turned and met Fannys stare You should buy that hat MIss- Ives she said it Is Just what you wantFanny did not speak Karen turned the glass Never in all her againflo had she wanted anything anted that hat yet she could It A hundred reasons why she co aid Dot flashed through her mind Or1yftha t morning her Lathe had sa d sadly The are going to cut down the hours t the factory daughter and we sha have to go a little more care fully if we can Its hard times you knowSKare know and under stress as her athers housekeeper end sole helper she dealt carefully with the flour bij and suf ar box trying to spend as lit tie as she could of the money earned by such hard labor It was wicked for her even to want a hat that cost so much as this one yet she loved pretty things s well as did Fanny who was Indulge in them to her hearts con tent And she saw suddenly that site could look as well in them as Fanny did If tomorrow morning she should go into the choir wearing this beauti ful hat and looking as she did now Dan Eustace would perhaps see that she was there and to have his eyeS upon her hi admiration would have changed the whole world for Karen Well Miss Fry prompted butIwith Inward struggle I cant take It she said firmly bec qsel cant afford JtShe laid the hat upon the counter and resumed her toque jabbIng In the hat pinsvvlth unnecessary violence Jf she had pinned the toque to her scalp instead of her hair she would not just then have felt it In giving up the Tuscan straw it came to her that she was giv- Ing up a great deal besideshope and the possibility of having an even chance with Fanny and other well dressed girls in winning what she so much wanted to winDan Eustaces regardIm sorry Miss Fry said She un derstood but she could not of course give her hats away Fanny laughed She felt glad thaKaren could not have the hat for she saw for the first time that Kareu would jbe altogether too pretty were she fittingly adorned Karen Is awfully economical MlBd lbatsend you a checkcShe took purchase which Miss paperbag hberlyThey parted immediately and Karen went home to prepare her fathers supper Twice she had to leave nor work to fling herself down upon the old lounge and cry but when at last her father came home tired and hungry he found the supper waiting and Karen unusually gay to greet him with a loving kiss But after she was in bed she cried again and morning palethatAre you sick he asked anxiously turningfrom the glass where he was taking his Sunday morning shave My head aches Karen said feebly If you dont mind father I wont go to church this morning I dont mind but the choir will They need your voice to help out Oh theres lots they can get besides me Karen said tryipg to easrj the bitterness of the words by smiling So her father wet to church with out her and she remained at homo and rubbed camphor on her temples Ill give up she thought Fanny Will get him of course That new haS of hers will just finish the business for meSShe prepared dinner carefully White her father ate it he gave her news of the service What a nice looking girl Fainy Reid was She had a new hat Air the girifa in the choir had new hats I want you to have one too lear he ended You go tomorrow and get it I dont want a new hat father Karen said stoutly My old one will do It is as good as your coat When you can have a new coat Ill have a new hat but not before But you are young her father protested and Im old Old things are suited for old people And Im rather fond of that coat Oh you dissembler Karen cried laughingly tremulously And she went round the table to him and kissed him The afternoon dragged A smart rain had come on and the streets were forsaken wont have to go to church tonight Karen thought drearily This ram will be an excuse for my not go rug out Shi read diligently but her book did not entertain her Her father dozed in his chair and presently tired from the conflicting emotions oj that and the previous day she too tell asleep When she awoke the rain had ceased and the door bell was ringing Her father went to answer it A Sunday caller Who could it be She heard her father take a man Into the parlor Then he came and called her Somebody to see you Karen Wondering If the director of the choir nan taken the pains to look her up Karen went into the parlor 1trt It was Dan Eustace who stood beside the little center table waiting for her lie come to take you to church Karen he said In his grave way You arent sick are you that you stayed away from rehearsal last night and service this morning He had noticed her absence then Karens face lit Her heart leaped Youll go wont you the young man persisted I will indeed Karen laughed Beside him she walked to church that night on air Never had the way seineu so short At church the music sounded heavenly Karen carried out of herself forgot her old clothe She was conscious only of a gre t new unexpected happiness After church Dan walked home with her The mbon shcne The air was fresh after the rain In a burst oftconfidence Karen told Dan lhf horor raged of the hat told It laughingly for tit seemed trivial now But dontyou know he said wheh she had finished that a Imari cares nothing for a womans clothes so long as the womjin herself Interests him They lIng long at the gate and he held her hand Youll let me come aainr Dan begged Karen nodded top happy to speak Often Often if you wish i do wish Karen His voice was tender never knew until thia firsttimotilled In the choir Karen breathed iNo in my heart Dan said boldly confessing all V EIGHTEEN YEARS AGOHE HADLESS THAN 3 DOLLARS HE IS NOW ONE OF TIE RICHEST FARMERS IN SASKATCHEWAN CENTRAL CANADA Arriving in Canada in 1891 Just eighteen years ago E A Guillomin could speak but his native language He is a frenchman He had but a Uttle over two dollars in his pocket thus being short over seven dollars of the ten dollars required to secure entry for a homestead of one hundred and sixty acres He eventually borrowed the money and near Forget Saskatchewan he started life in Canada on the homestead in which today he is the fortunate possessor of fifty quarter sections of land or 8000 acres Now Mr Guillomin did not acquire all these acres as a result altogether of his farming operations which were extensive He looked with satisfac tion upon what he was doing on his limited area he was saving careful nd had foresight Surrounding land ould be had for about 300 per acre and he continued buying us his sav- Ings would permit until now he has fifty quarter sections some of which e can sell at 2500 per acre Threshed Fifty Thousand Bushels This year he was engaged in thresh- Ing on his place for 54 days He threshed out 50000 bushels of wheat of which he sold 34000 bushels one train load at a price varying from ot 87 cents per bushel lie has on hand still 16000 bushels In addition to wheat he raised 30000 bushels of oats 7000 bushels of barley and 500 bushels of flax He owns 104 horses and a number of cattle but since the construction of the railway he has been engaged chiefly in raising wheat This year he bought his first thresh ing machine paying for it the sum of 2100 He estimates that the ma chine earned for him this fall 3000 thus paying for itself in one season and leaving 900 to the good The Breather was very propitious for farm threshing not a single day being lost in the two months which were spent in this work The wheat averaged 23 bushels to the acre and graded No 1 and No 2 Northern In the past nine years seven good crops have been har vested on this farm For six successive years the returns were excellent that is in the years 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 and 1906 In the two fol lowing years there was a partial falk ure As the years have passed the quality of the buildings on the farm have been steadily improved and are now as good as can be found in the investediThe farm consists of 6880 acres of which about 6000 acres were under crop this season INSULT TO INJURY ShoemakerWell If that isnt all right Instead of paying my bill he kicks me down stairs and with the new boots Ive made him too SUFFERED TERRIBLY How KidneyTrouble MorganStof the bladderreached its climax last spring and I suf fered terribly My back ached and pained so I could hardly get around and the secretions were scanty frequent Of passage and painful r was tired all the time and very nervous I began using Doans Kidney Pills and after taking a few boxes was cured and have been well ever since Remember the name Doans Sold by all dealers 50 cents a box Foster Milbum Co Buffalo N Y An Educational Problem Little Margery has just begun to go to the kindergarten and is filled with a due sense of the importance of her studies there and the solemn value of the attainments that havb thus been put within her reach The other aft ernoon after coming homo from school she remained in a brown study for a time and then said Mamma do I know as much now as I dont know The world is all gates all opportuni ties strings of tension waiting to be struck Emerson Mrs Winslow So6thln Syrup for children teething soften the gurus reduces la flamnaUon allays pam cures wind colic 25c bottle We are never too old to acquire the latest wrinkle- Pleasant gofreshg Beneficial 1 Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna appeals to he cultured and the wellin for ed arid tfie healthy because its component parts are simple rid whole some and because i acts with out disturbing the raiural func ions as it is wholly free from every objectionable quality or substance In its production a pleasant and refreshing syrup of the figs of CaliCo nia is unit ed with the laxativ and car- minative properties of certain plants known to act nost bene ficially on the hum in system when its gentle clear sing is desired To get its beneficial ef fects always buy tli e genuine for sale by all reputable drug gists one size c nly price fifty cents a bottle The name of the company California plainly ery package of the g enuine 1 ifori Syrup LOUISVILLE KY ISAN FRANCISCO CAL EW YORK NY 125000 nt from 1200 acres grapes 15000 from 22 acres peaches 3200 from 20 acres raisins in the San JoajuinValleycariiia ValleyGrapes y 500 while oranges will produc from 250 to 500 and in many instances more than 1600 buyunimprovec1landTen acres are enough to comfortably support a small family Twentyacre afford a fine living with money in the bank Forty acres should make you rich You pay from onefjurth to one paleltortheSanwheat figs and apples lellcato grapes and hardy potatoes Products of the flourIshdrawnfromenay for one to make a si art Land be tween the rows can be used or chard Is young for miiny profitable crops The point Is to make every AomethingWiaSt done Calboughtago He had but 300 to start on To day his place is paid for and he has an Income of over 2000 a year FresnoCalyears ago Now owns ixty acres all paid for and refuses 12000 for his place M F Tarpey of Fresno owns vineyard f 1200 acres fram which he takes an annual profit ol25000 On the Harold estate twentytwo acres of peaches yielded i 15000 crop bottle netted All this information Write giving name ad free Santa employs settle Southwest COrn land owners have offered by Santa- Fe dally Comfortable tourist sleepers cost Santa tourist service Francisco quickestr L SEACIA YES Cewral Cs3eknti ACwt CacaceSL LIBERALOFFER ITThemethod of introducing their CLOY RINE REMEDIES We have noticed their adds at times In different papers where they agree to send free of charge a package each of CLOVERINE I4VER PILLS CLOVERINE QUININE LAXATIVE Greenamyers AntiPain owders and order on your home druggist for a free package of OVERINE merely Inclosing to their address 4 cents in stam s We find this company have remedies of unusual merit and the sale In every territory Is enormous where these remedies given a trial This expla ns itself how they can afford It Most of patent medidne firms tell you what their remedies if01 dp and cure butwant tie In advance The Germithol Chemical Co seem to want the merits of their remedies first proven and then depend upon after sale to make their morie r This otter is and a good one for suffering humanity ii W1THAJAROF ERYSIPELAS POISON ERUPTIONS ECZEMAI1 SCALDS 8 SINOLHEnLE lASH house you a quick certain remedy for kinds of Skin Dlaaesf- ew applications will jreileve the wprst case of itching piles cts a of jail Druggists sent direct os receipt of price RESINOL CHEMICAL COMPANY BALTIMORE Resihol Medicated Shaving SUck makes shaving easy 4 t IssII eOs I IislIIttssIsIUaUIIUI PitMGREAT PAIN FOR will reduce InflamedswollenJoint- lrruiaoaSoft Hunches Cure Bolls Vistula or unhealthy sorepleasant toiuso not bUster under bandage or remove the hair and you can irork tho horse per Hone Book 7 E free 7 I Varicose Var Hydro xele Goitre Wen Strains Bruises stops Pain and Inilai imatlon Tour druggist can supply nd giro refer ronLWI P F 110 Tempi Bt But PARKERS HAIR ClMnwt and JxfciUfle the hata Promote a t Never rail to B tore Oray HiUr to You iftal 1aUlDgmca to make hns Jar SI eggs EG G Show in winter byny new oUho tumhh It complete ucld for tody MItS W ALLEY 1CW pludrld Mo Vfrdinia Farms and Homes FIlftB CATALOGUE OF 8PLKNDI BARGAINS R U OIXAFJfcIN CO Inc 1 hmontl Va trmatwentyacrecrop3200 OndIh1Veinterviewed i Fstlmonyofvaluable is con landfolderfor it full and immlgratlonjournal The Fe me to help up its lines The willlndlYwho Low fares are the maybeable Fe to San is C ATSFRySyMsa1l5- ORaflw3Exckan2 an 25c C SALVE by areS for mone fair IIIISIIIIIIIIIIIIlIS have all A 50 Jar or MD mankindVeins tocele J Its Do it NowTomorrow A M too late Take a CASCARET bed time getup in the morning feefiof fine and dandy No need for sicknot from overrating and think ing They sirely work while yo4 sleep and nature help you MbkethmandkecpwLCASCARETS IN sellerinA Lifetime of Good Service NO STROPPING NO HO- lNGEERW N Uf CINCINNATI NO 61910 I PUTNAM FADELESS DYESColor more d brighter an laiter wlort thin an ottw die OnelOo aacktte colors I M n w M MMfttr ftYwEUBxrmenUiUioatripplnfBMrt WiitRiflrMNtja I IDJt IIRCh II eIm M Oft HOC DHUa CO 7it J I I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY F BRU RY 1910 My timaIHWEEKLY jC COURIERJOURNALtNmry r Is a national Newspaper Democratic in politics It punts all the news without j fear or favor The regular price is 100 a Year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL and ThE6UNBO- TH J v lV ONE YEAR FOR ONLY I 150 If you will give or send your order to this papernot to the Courier Journal r t Daily Courier Journal one year 609 Sunday Couri Journal one year t04 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this pacer = DEEP CREEK rvMe Green Lickels and wife enter feed as their guests last Wednesday XfrAnderson Lawson and wife Mr feet Coyle and wife MI John Martin t Yrs Ida Elliott Mr J H Elliott of Danville visited Wa daughter Mrs Amy Carpenter wsa Monday until Wednesday Irs Lucinda Blacketer spent last trek with tier brother Mr J S t grfe Mr W H Elliott and wife hadas Mirguests last Tuesday Mr Ben Coyle as wife and Mr Anderson Lawson svi wife i Mollie Coyle spent Wednesday ajfebt with A Holderman and wife Meitifl Henry Holderman and W B JHKett Jr were guests of Mr J L Jhijaon aad w fe Wednesday night r Mr J C Martin of Aliston has rei dayXs a2i his sister Mrs J C Coy le Mr W B Carpenter and wife st ent tet Monday with Mrs Dell Reynolds Mr Richard Christerson was th IPiettof Mr Bryon Yankeylast Satur AyBight JIIkW B Elliott has moved his saw i to Mrs Melvina Youngfs form at Run The learn of Mrs Mattie Harmon of JMBT Perrvyitte burned to tte ground Ibaraday morning Three horses and awns sheen were burned toy death Ke Jre originated from a lasuer nwhi jMjpMed when Mrs Harmonsson fell ijwloit of the stable IiritrlWsCsylk Remedy the Most Pop alas eclrse it is the lest v have sold Chamberlans Cough jiaudT forthe past eight rears and ffe it to be one of the beet selling med i islrs on the markfet For babies an I AItI tf aa ttt aur+ betterinThlsremedy1l0tonlycroup so common among young children but is pleasant and safe tor them to IaydontSTEWART Born to the wife of Mr Elder Brad ley on January 25 a son fromIbe Lester for 18 Peter Carey sold a gilt to Mr John Riley for I5Far jorIt IMI smoke house werqcestroYed by fiJeon- the 21st He lost everything but his meat and a few other articles None of the family were at tome and it is not known how the fire originated- Mr John Tyler and wife spent Thurs day with her parents Mr and Mrs Catlett near Rose HilL Itching Eczema Washed Away eIs it worth 25 cents to you to stop that awful agonizing itch Surely you spend 25 cents on your druggists re commendation to cool anpNheal an soothe that terribly itching eruption By arrangement with the D D D Laboratories of Chicago we are able to make a special offer of a 25cent bottle of their oil of wintergreen compound CallbRobertson Drug store Weabsolutely know that the itch is stopped AT ONCE by D D D Pre scription and the cures all seem to be permanent The Sun and CourierJournal 150 The Springfield Sun 9100 per year aaaItlttlaaaaT 7 T 7 T T T T T T riT T r T r r T I Is FREE zPREMIUMS 1The SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST more and better Premiums IIoffers +raisers than anY southern tII1plper year we are giving away fitIbefore Anybody can get up a club for iCaues cop taming attractive premIUm offers S UTIIEH ASIICULTUAIST 2 Naskyllli Temlusee i t- 1r ti t FARM NOTES Matters of Interest to Those Who Till the Soil mniTllinnlnnmillmnmnIllIIllil Since the farmers are taking nr re interest in their hens and are inproving their stock with pure bred strains usedjtot the farm that should be sold by weight it is eggs Scrubhen eggs will run 11 12 or i3 to the pound Leghorns will run 9 or 10 Minorcas 7J to 8 and Brah mas sometimes as heavy as 7 to the pound Still the farmer who has in vested a nice piece of money in pur bred eggs and birds has to sell his large eggs in the market at the same pric paid to the man who has a bunch o mongrels In reality the farmer with the former stock is getting only 60 to 70 per cent of what is paid to the man who has poor laying birds and small inferior eggs i Corncobs make an excellant fertilizer for orchards but they rot so slowly that it takes too long before there are noticeable results By running them through a corncrusher and breaking them in small pieces they will r quickly grid and be assimilated by e soil if plowed under A poultry man is authority for the statement that the principle reason why farmers do not get more eggs during vcold weather Is that they feed onlv one kind of grain it they feed their hens at all When wheat is cheap they feed wheat ane when corn is cheap thev feed corn Wheat causes bowel trouble insteaddof eggs o the two grains must be mixed and bran middlings and a little linseed oil should be fed Of course a farmer who goes to the expense of feeding His hens does not permit them t roost on the trees in all sorts of weather but pro vides a suitable and comfortable shelter for them The supply of eggs on the market is not equal to the demand and will not be for years to come The farmer who will give his hens the proper attention will be well repaid and 1will find his chickens a source of mui pleasure and of great revenue dthe winter months when little else c betaken to the city A game warden in the central pa of the state says that no quail stare during the cold weather in December He says the heart of two kernels of corn fc sufficient to feed a quail a whole day Quail however do not live on corn so long as they can get weed seeds and he sfcys no matter how deep the snow is there are always enough weeds to give them food HespenttVesdiys hunting for starved quail and did not Laxative for Women Free There is a great difference in theI purposes to which a laxative should be put Tablets and pills salts etc are usually violent purgatives o powerfulerthe A woman at all times needs only a mild laxative In fact none other Is needed by anyone weak or strong thOU ga they may be for the object Is simply move the bowels and if a gentle laxiiU will do It what ia the use of a violent one earnuchildren and old folkspeople who m takeItmlttedly the great eat stomach liver a peopleTheas it comes In both sizes and all drug 1 genactionin constipation torpid liver sour ato suchlIkeetirelyupthe tiisAlvaroVa do outWilliams r of that place writes the whole town seems to be using it ywantsend your name to the doctors address t as below and a free test bottle will be sent you Then if results are satisfactoryyou can buy it of your If there Is anything ab your ailment that you d- oS nt understand or If you w any medical advice wr to the doctor and he will answer you fully There no charge for this service The address is Dr W B C IontJceUFor sale by The Red Cross Drugstore l find a single dead one or one that was too weak to fly He said he faun enough corn m the fields on the stalk i the one county to teed all the starving quail in creation Lands on the Deleware peninsulas that have been farmed for two and one half centur esareiproducing large crop yields today than at any former time since they were first turned b wereold when George Washington was to weeefdmalllpart responsible for these increased reentmanuring deep plowing and a better understanding of soil conditions and re- qUIrements are the prime factors in soil improvement Illinois not half as old as Deleware has farms which today are so exhausted that the a wijl not return a yield as large as amount of seed sown on ofEqual parts of corn and oats ground together make one of the best growing rations for a colt These supply all the elements required for muscle and bone building and a little linseed oil or b rang mixed with it keeps the bowels ular Tne Rural New Yorker reasons that a flock of sheep is far more profitable than a herd of cows and far less both erand This of course only if the sheep are the kind adopted to the countrv inwhi they are raised It costs just ajj mupjv to keep a sheep that will shear five pounds as one that will shear twel pounds of wool The writer says it is more pleasant to watch the golden hoof in the sheep pasture than to sit under a cow twice every day ten ejeyen months every year It is r often that one finds a hired man ahx IOUS to milk and of the few who ac tually do like to do it quite a number ought never to be permitted to torture the cows chStaggers kepticsI anThat a clean nice fragrant componnd Bucklens Arnica Salve will instant y reliyes a bad burn cut scale wound greattthe worst sores ulcers boils felons chappedrHaydon Robertson 1Q1JtI D IIIIiiilDlI1nni Ia The Sun and CourierJournal 1 Ill rJlP ri111G ri rl rllir Lame Shoulder This is a common form of muscular rheumatism No internal treatment is needed Apply Chamberlains Lini meat freely three times a day and a quick cure is certain This liniment has proven especially valuable for musi byThe1Points of Cats Worth Knowing everythingjworth having With the ever Increasing cult of the cat owners are becoming more pnrtlc constderon necessary qualifications qIcry ats the ruff is the first thing to be consld Vaered The tufts of hair between the toes the ear tufts and the flexibility of Chated coltk0be d eyleother colors green eyes pointsm to 9 lug a cat betweenbe the soEyesltound and wide open taperedofLegsStrnlhtfn rounded Neck Thin find graceful hadured Reason Enthroned theyoui are great excess leads cteon on and not a pampered appetite control take a few doses of Chamberlains wlllIfree t h Dr W Practical P Trusty I DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed 1 flee over Haydon Barber g + IBDtLAKEsurante KENTUCFCYn Old Massachusetts Mutual always blt thlworldDRM W HYATT rrSTORE KENTUCKYe HOURSrn nIaIDr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY e OFFICE ovEn J arose Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to 2 P M J H LAMPrdNM D SPRINGFIELD KY oilOffice in Opera Hpuje heOffice phone No 5 Resideicf No88 MISS ELLA ADAM NURSE TELEPHONES Day 4 Nigllt 19 T SCOTT MAYES- ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky WIlpractice in the courts of Wtiahln counties in the Court of A Federate Courts MCCtlOltDCh r ATTY ATr hA Yf Springfield Ky veWhl practice Io aJJ8tate and Federal WDCLAYBROOJKE IATTYATLAW SpringfieldKyf Washingto ofAppeals MARSHALL 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to notify us when you Q your stock etc sow can discontinue tide advertisement Under this bead all persons wno are sale seribers to The Sun may insert free of c oWerfarmLand for sale or for rent not iacltt ted bat la rvervlow t lug but the above mentioned will be rna free tiCstubblehayJ B Peyton Rt 4hu for sale a lot of good seed corn WhIte Dant and Yellow T A Grundy Rt 1 has for sale from 1speasrJ R Walker Rt 1 has for sate about 20 bsuhels of seed lianas grownw0 C Christie Leba Rt 3 teas forsale a good Milk CoW salecoarVv zi J nee Riley Rt 9 has tor sale 2rib fI 7 ofhay7 Qqe tinjiothy and one mixed J I Royaltyt Springfield his for sale50 good brood ewes j nMrs JI Martin Rt 1 has for dale Rhode Island Red Cockerels1and 2 D B Wilson Rt sale about 2000 hickory split tobacco sticks IHite Clements Rt 2 has for sale about 150 bushels of OlchardGraearseed Phone 1076 Sam T Ray Lebanon Rt3hu for sale 45 firsbcl ass stock ewes WiltJell in bunches to suit purchasers SpriQgieJdptaueels at 100 Rt1BoxinlotsMiss Julia Parrott Rt 3 has for sale Bourbon Red Turkeys 3 for Toms and 2 for s Mrs J CJaybrooke Jr Rt3nas for salt n Red Turkeys 3 t anfor Toms 2 for Hens a abaiwrag ister T J Graves Springfield has for WaterMaple forsaleMrs C L J8cMr haa for sale nice theLlubbbeforetheyMrs RB Cregor Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale Pure Bred Barred Ply IsJandRedChickens75c Mrs Sam Tucker Rt1 hasfor sale pure bred Rhode Island Red Roosters and Pullets 75e each a IilitldiNVaIiIUt r lir fllli LUBBINGRATfS r J WITHaLOUISV- ILLL DAIU- ESjX + f The Sun and The Louisville 350TheJournal except SundayM 6 40 Same including Sunday 824 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in 7tTheCourierJournal any three days in the week six 30The80The352ThePost one year 3 50 fIJIIIIIIIIIU 1ITbr i