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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a t I H J lstJt f 1 t t tPr1Ug ItI U J DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYL1 J 1 vaUME YL SPRINgFIELD KY WEDNESDAY FEIRUARY 23 1910 NVMIEI 12 DEATH COMES TO LEe PARROTT- One of Our Best Men Dies at Hen4ersonvHte N C Qf v PMqmoniai The people of this county have not been called upon foe a number of years to mourn a sadder death than that of Mr Lee Parrott who passed away at kebwruary 17 1910IMr Parrott had suffered for some time tom tubucalosis land in Decem her with ahe hope of benefitting his physical condition he went to North a Molina where he remained until the time of his death A few days before his death Mr Parrott contracted pneumonia which because of his phgisical debility he wu unable to fight with iitr lierecterel that Mr Parratts condition was yftical his family was notified and his wife accompanied by Dr J C Mudd left immediately for the South Mr Parrott die i however before Mrs Parrott arid Dr Mudd left but because of the telegraph wires being down they 35 could not be notified While Mrs Par 15 rott wa sueedinr South to her bus of bands bedside as she thought his re- togBnmams were bet conveyed tucky reaching here SaturdaY Mrs Jarrott wafcfflBpetied to go to Hender yi1V1Ue beforerihelchew that her hus jt nd was dead l jtf ass for th rdeadi was said by Father Hennessy Monday mornin and the body was buried In St Dominics cemetery Lee Parrotwas one of the best men in Washingtoncounty being honest and industrious a kind husband and father and a true friend He was about forty Six years of age and waS the son of the late Richard and Mrs Mag Parrott Twenty odd years fgo iie was married jUfss Willie Mclntirer youngest titer of the late Judge IIcIn ire and to them a large family of children was born Mr Parrotts mother his wife several brotber and sisters and ten children survive tr 1vIn addition to these loved ones Mr a Parrott had many warm friends wIare deeply and sincerely grieved at sad takingoff of aj true friend and good citizen JOSEPH MATTINGLY A Splendid Yung Man Dies 1of1 Pneumonia Sunday Last j Joe Mattingly abed twentvth ee jars and the oldest ison of Mr Robt a Mattingly died at his home about four miles from Sprh rfi qyxuary 20 at 2 p nj Mr Mattingly had been in good heath until the MJnj day preceding his death when he wa s forced to go to bed suffering from pneu monia Until Saturday night the mal ady confined itself to one lung but iat this time began to affect the other as well with the result that in less than twentyfour hours the end came It Mr Mattingly wasia splendid young Ian of fine character and exemplary habits About a year ago he married i Miss Yankeythe daughter of Mr FrankI Yankey Mrs Mattingly survives r husbandI fllwhichconducted by Rey Vi H WJlliamsan d were attended by large crowd o f friends of the deceased Lam Shotiidt rIThis is a common form of muscular i81tit proven especially valuable form 1s bThe PORKCUOPS V SKY HIGH The X10 Hog Nearing Completiou And it Is Thought Will Soon Be Ready for Market Another high record for hogs was reached at the Bourbon Stock Yards 955rper pounds This is an ad vance of 5 per cent over yesterday Other grades were unchanged There were only nirtetyrfi ve hogs onf saledespitetheprevailingpricesV This isan unusually small number even for Tuesday the dullest day of the week Other markets were correspondingly strong and that the 10 hog will be come a reality in the course of a few weeks is the general opinion Of course the higher the price for the ve hog the higher the price the butcher must get Porkr chops at 20 cents par pound are up 2J cents as com artd with last week and are only a w cents below the price for porterhouse steak Spareribs at 15 cents are up 2 cenns trom last week tenderloins at cents are up 5 cents arid brains at cents are more than double the price Ia weeks oTuesday8 Louisville Times PUBLIC SCHOOLS L iJOf Several Kentucky Counties Organizing Corn Clubs For Benefit of Pupils The pupils of the public schools in several counties in Kentucky have organized Corn Clubs the object of which is to study the scientific cultivation of corn The clubs are under the patronage ofxthe school officials in oath county sods prize of 25 is to be given to the club member who grows the most corn on an acre of ground during the coming season Select seed be distributed among the members nd the methods of seed selection ger mination testing cultivation arid all other essentials of a first class crop will be fully explained in lectures toI the club members by competent men These clubs are manifold in their benefit It gives the boys an incentive to put some of their surplus energy into instead of football and like use ess sports it fosters ambition by arousing the spirits of competition among them and g yea them a liking and in terest in farm life besides raising the work from mere tilling of the soil on to scientific basis and into a class with the professions which lure so many oung men from the farm Kentucky is mainly agricultural and scientific farming means getting the best out of the soil which puts the most money into the farmers pockets It would be a good thing to start a Corn Club in Washington county HoltshouserThompson IMiss Roxie Holtshouser formerly ot tiiis city and Mr Jack Thompson =of Knob Creek Stock Farm were married in New Orlerns last week Miss Roxie had her home in New Orleans forsome time where she was engaged in train ed nursingShe is one of the mo 3 deservedly popular young ladies who has ever gone out from the old Kentuc ky home her friends here are legion land join in and wishing her all happi ness and prosperity Mr Thompson is a genial whotesouied gentleman whom everybody hkes one of the kind who itbound to succeed and he does Bards town Standard favorablytjuent visits to her cousin C L Price and family = JI t COMMITS SUICIDE Lyle Commerce Formerly of This Pldce Ends His Life at Portland Ave I am tired of tying Dont forget toput my picture in the paper Goodbye With these words Lyle Commersefor merly of 415 West 0 street this city drank a quantv of carbolic acid hia in Portland Ore last night and died before medical rid could reacn him bommerse who went by the name of Harry Sullivan in Portland left a note in which he stated that he has a mother and five sisters in Louisville and that he is a deserter from the United States ArmyCommerse was a baker by trade He had been in Portland Ore for several months It was stated at the saloon where he committed suicide that he had run into the place to escape a policeman to whom his actions appeared peculiar He left his photograph on a postcard and the following note I am tired of living After I am gone pleaseput my picture in the papeij am a deserter out of the army My right nave is Lyle Commerse of Louisville Ky I have a mother and five sisters in my Name town Goodbye HARKY SULLIVAN IP SDont forget to put my pic tore in the paper Commerse is survived by five sisters who live with an aunt at 515 Fifth Street The family had moved from 0 street to 3020 South Fourth street where the mother died three months ago At the time of herdeath h sons whereabouts were not known and ibis not believed that he was eyer aWare of her dhath Commerse was about twenty four years of age He was always of a wandering disposition and enlisted in the army five years ago with a number of companions He was stationed at a barracks in the State of Washington and when last heard trom was inV n couver Eyening Post Lyle Commerse formely lived herewith his parents and is well remember by his friends His father Iwa formerly a contractor and builder of this places H who died last November was brought here for btnral in the Bethleham Cemetery WASHINGTONS J BIRTHDAY Gr1dedSchool tlTherth ded day by an open ten of the students debated and members of Miss Martins class gave Vocal and instrumental selections The suh ject of the debate was Resolved That women should be given equal political rights with man The affirmativ be ing taken iyvCnas Haydon Chas Hot tons Ben Simms Walter Royalty and Fred Mays and the negative by Rick etts Boulware Connor Williams Albert WallacetRogers Each debater spoke well and earnestly argued his point making it difficult for the judges to re ch a decision After considerable deliberation the judges Mrs w1 D McElrby Chas McChord and Marshall Duncan decided in favor of tne affirmative A large crowd was present who were enthusiastic in their praisesof the yonnir speakers and rnusiclansi The Sun and CourierJournal 9154 The Springfield Sun LOQ per year OOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXOOOOOOOCCXOOOOOOOOOOQCX Did It YouIDid You ever plan and figure how vou would economize Till you saved a payment on a house and lot Did you ever scheme and dream of how bully it would seem Just to own a little home and garden plotj Sure you nave But when you started out to save a little bit Didnt you observe the trusts were quickly wise To the fact and quickly act till your pay check they had cracked Making you pay prices to the skies Did you ever plan a journey to the scenes of youthful days And plan out just how to meet the small expense Did you ever say Today 1 will save some of my pay Even though it is no more than fifty cents Sure you have But ere salted down that little halfabone Some protected infant scented it afar Arid by simple twist of wrist had your money in ita fist Then laughed at you for the sucker that you are Did you ever sayr On pay day II will start a bank account And will lay aside each week a little sum v Did you ever get there yet without worry fuss and fret Over food and clothing bills that always comes Sure you have But ere your bankbook had a thumbprint on its side Or a fortnight had gone gliding per your head Tighter grew the screw and you were made sad and mighty blue BYa notice Your account is in the red Did you ever have it figured how next month you could start out Even with the world and wholly out of debtj Did you ever grin and spin out the store grown sothin Of how you would ware a lot of money yet Sure you have Youre not the only dreamer of such sunny dreams Every one of us has played the part of chump To awaken much mistake with our nerves wrought up and shaken I By the way the trusts have given us the bump ocOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOo The Commoner GROWERSINDICTED J Charged With Interfering With Intei t teTo fcwf Shipments by Threats Cincinnati Feb 18 Twelve tobacco growers of Dry Ridge Ky were in dieted in the Federal court in Covington Ky yesterday for alleged attempts toI interfere with interstate shipments of tobacco by threats of violence against the shipper W T Osborn on November 26 1907 The indictments charge that after Osborn refused to withdraw four hogs heads of tobacco from the custody of the Cincinnati New Orleans Texas pacificrailroad to which they liad been entrusted for shipment outside the State the men went to O G Ramsey agent of the railroad and tried to make him turnover the shipment to them or return jit to Osborn The object is de dared to have been to compel thegrqw er to pool hisitobacco instead ot selling it to concerns outside Kentucky Among the men indicted is John S Steers a member of the Kentucky LegislatureThe charge to the jury was embracedIstate commerce laws The Judge call ed attention to the United States laws regarding interstate commerce and stated that he understood United States agents who had been secretly at work in the tobacco districts of Ken tucky would furnish evidence of con spiracy and if such evidence was forth coming to indict any whom the evi dence implicated He stated there was but one case for the jury to consider that of violations of the interstate commerce acts- Assistant Attorney GeneralGrosvenor was present from Washington to assist the jury Almost a dozen secret agents of the government who had been work ing in the tobacco districts of Ken tucky were iJthe court rooni when Judge Cochran gave his charge and it is understood each will give testimony before the jury These men had been working in Kentucky several weeks and maintained headquarters at the Havlin Hotel Cincinnati in charge of W H Hoagland of Washington Tile SUD and CourierJournal ILSi f J r7 r SENATOR IENJAM1N IL TILL AN Senator Btnjamm Ryan Tillman Senior Senator from South Carolina who last wqek stricken with paralysis and Aphasia and whose life tor a time was despsired bf Senator Tillman is improving and his friends hope to seethe pitch fork again carried into the Senate by him and the grafters im plied therein CIRtUIT COURT Convenes Monday With Probably Largest Docket in Years Circuit Court will convene Monday with prospects of a longer term than has been held foesome years There are thirtysix cases on the appearance docket twentyfour in qulty and twelve in law The criniinal docket is also heavier than usual There is one indictment tor murder that of Erastus Holliday for killing Tom Ward set for trial this term while several other fel misdeI theIrIBig Horse Sale Dont forget it and get your horses in Shape Feb 2dat 10 oclock f P ORGANIZE OHIO COUNTIES j Mr W H har Work of Canvassing the Buckeye State With Pledges X l t Plans are now being made to peels the work of pooling the Burley tobacco crop of Ohio and to add several cool ties of that state to the territory hOw controlled by the Burley TobaccoS ciety says the Le1tingtonHeraki The preliminary plans for the organization of the tobacco raisers were made Tuesday when Mr W H rattvtZ son of Pike county Ohio and PreMiie t t Clarence LeBus of the Burley Society 1 held a long conference in the Jattera j office Mr Patterson arrived in lex ington Monday afternoon and called e Mr LeBus and officials of the Barley Society Mr Patterson is a prominent farmer in his county and owns several large farms on which he grows Burley tobacctv He told Mr LeBus that that the effect of the Burley Societys work had beer felt in Ohio and that the farmers there were anxious to join any pool whkK would increase their earning capacity He therefore came her Mfciaf ribat steps should be taken for tfct brganaa tion of the growers atldYv s ructions from the local omc Mr Patterson left for his home Toe day evening after having received tW lassurance of Mr LeBus that he wool be given any assistance in the pooling of the tobacco that the society inigt ti r be able to lend him rY rClUdedt t1toMr Patterson said that exceir ttb f White Burley tobacco is being raised j J h in many counties of Ohio and that the f farmers in that section are anious te join the organization He expressed himself as confident that he would have no trouble in getting the planters te= gather and pooling fifty per cent of r the tobacco during the coming year eventually getting practically every acre ofit The work of canvassing the Onio counties including Pike countyj Mr Pattersons home will be begun as soor- as possible Mr Patterson waspleased with the methods pursued here and will r use practically the same plans in bar Ohio canvass An estimate of the number of acres of tobacco likely to be included the proposed Ohio pool could not be learn ed but Mr Patterson said thatPike and the surrounding counties were Prft v paring to plant a larger crop tf season than had been grown in manyA years JAta meeting of the Executive Com mittee of the Qurley Society held Tues day in the offices accounts were aooV ited and the tobacco situation discussed o No business other than routine WM brought before the body which will meet again this morningat 90cocktS f IGood Tobacco Market v The rainy and damp we throft1te past week has brought tobacco in cue and as a consequence a quantity of ttf bacco has been placedon the market here Both houses Have had all tHrt they could handle with ProPs of Jti ting crowded for several days Tint Weed has been bringing excelientpyOne of the best crops sold th yl as to that this season was fo aciwu tobacco raised by W Pand Haj jr Grigsby which brought 4W l net average was 18i and the higheife t price was 27 cents peripoundi c a 0 1 t r The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor arid Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY This is a merry old world after alL We all belong now to the class of IMO Qonserve also the coal you have In the basement Edward Is in a fair way to become ancle to all the kingdoms orEurope Chicago policemen are shooting t much straighter than they formerly did t A shortweight coal firm has been tinedbl 0 Even giving short weight Is not all profitVThis IB the season when the Missis f Ippl levees must brace themselves for any emergency Btovalne may yet be relegated fort use only on the patients pocket while ke pays the doctors bill The poultry show Is a good thing provided It doesnt keep the hen away from her dutlefc too long r That man who was robbed of 100 Just before his wedding vas caught at a most Inopportune time Five suspected crooks have been seasonPrudentpected Incendiaries tried to burn down an engine house In a New York suburb This was certainly adding Insult to ln jury Something apparently has disgrun tied the weather man this year If one haslbeenAcetylene torches for Use In dense fog have been supplied to the Parisian police stations It would seem that the London police would need them more Edison believes that the time Is coming when laborers will live as cap italists This will balance things as modern capitalists work as hard as i Vlaborerst t The French submarine that dived under a sinking boat and held it up while the crew was rescued Is the first that really practical use has been made of The governor of New York calls for stringent automobile laws Thoy will have to have them if the metropolis is to continue to lead In the population of world cities In some localities It is said the farmers are becoming so careless with their motor cars that a town man is almost afraid to drive his horse out Into the country Chicago man in the business say the customer who asks for strictl fresh eggs gets charged more an thats all he does get Qqeer no one ever thought of this before Kermit Roosevelt shot three bon faCherus that comes pretty near being a exaggerated case of lese majeste The best preparation for a woman who contemplates marrying a man to reform him Is to take In washing for a year If she likes that sort o thing she can then set the day The metropolis has received a bitter body blow The wife of a prominent British public man has fled from the noise of London to seek test in such a very quiet sleepy place as she takes New York to be How Chicago wit chuckle and Boston beam A prize for one of the best papers on How Can Clean and Wholesome Mill be Purchased at Least Cost for the New York Market offered by the health board of New York city has been awarded to a man who has for several years been an inmate of the MiddletownNYwondering where the laugh comes in A watchful observer has discovered that there is a straight and slender tail trailing behind the nucleus of Halleys comet This isas it should be No wellregulated comet appears in public without such an appendage and as the original Halley visitor was known to have one the latest disco ery appears to be a guarantee of good faith The year begins In with some of the disatrous experiences of 1909 lapping over The storms whic have prevailed there recently resulted in floods which have caused wide spread devastation Eastern Rou xnella Is reported to have been an o pedal sufferer many persons beln drowned while losses in crops and livestock are particularly heavy T region affected is dependent chic on agriculture and the people being poor the blow falls heavily Boston had anlcy tidal wave It has popularly been supposed that any attempt to bring added coldness to center of Intellect was like carryi coals to Newcastle but the weath can succeeded in the trick Every now and then the news the day contains the account of s0 De son being burned to death smoking In bed The moral of su accidents and all like them in th disaster Is generally one of the est things In the world to come toolif when deliberately invited ri WIRELESS MUST BE CONIM Commission May Be Named fort e Purpose of Devisings Proper Regulations r AMATEURS CAUSE TROUBLES Wealth Seems Indispensable Requisite for American AmbassadorState Patronage Disputes Are An noying the President Washlrigton Representative Roberts of Massachusetts is trying to fix upon a method by which the present troubles of the wireless telegraph operators may be prevented Mr Roberta suggests that the president be empowered to name a board which shall include men of the government service and representatives of the commercial companies and that this board shall proceed to make regula bona for control of wireless telegraph operators and submit the regulations to the house to be enacted Into law Trouble Caused by Amateurs A great part of the trouble in the transmission of wireless telegraph messages even the messages of the most vital importance is said in a recent word on the subject to be dUe- t unscrupulous amateurs who insist on working their private stations at all hours regardless of the needs or the Interests of endangered humanity As a case In point the Bremen car rying the usual large passenger list was approaching the New England coast during the short time last year that the Nantucket Shoals lightship was out of commission The steamer was calling to the lightship for information as to weather conditions and location and her captain waS much shocked and surprised to find that the reckoning as computed by the ships navigator was apparently in error Information that was untrue also was given regarding the weather conditions On reaching New York the matter was looked into and it was discovered that the lightship had been sunk a week prior to the time that the messages were sent and that the answer made to the Bremen was sent by Irresponsible and experimenting amateurs Had not the captain of the steamship been overconfident of his location he might have changed his course as a result of the messages rind wrecked his ship and lost its hu nan freight Ocean Steamers Also Blamed Sometimes It Is an ocean steamer that is to be blamed for interference with wireless telegraph messages Not long ago a schooner was ashore miles out of New York harbor and th effordt revenue cutters in New York but because of the attitude of the wireless operator on the ocean steamer mudian it was not possible to reac the revenue cutters direct and th causingni developed that the Bermudian merely wished to report her location and th operator could have waited a shor- time Just as well as not tThe great trouble ordinarily Is caused by the use of high powered stations by amateurs and it seems that there Is no means of preventing the indiscriminate use of the wireless even if it interferes with necessitous s messages and sbmetimes puts human lire in Jeopardy In every large city there are many of these stations and it Is said that in the city of Boston alone there are 150 In operation Ambassador Musty Be Rich President Taft probably puts about one hour out of every 24 trying to determine on some man who has the qualifications to make a good ambassador to Great Britain and who also has money enough to allow him to keep up the position of the chief American representative to the great foreign ppwer It is known to the president of course that there are many men In United States who would make ad mirable ones have little or no money The president said In a speech recent ly that he thought It was little less than a shame that it was impossible for any Americans except millionaires to occupy the most Important diplo matic posts Some months ago Mr Taft offered the American embassy In Great Brit rhof great learning and transcends ability Dr Elliott had to decline the post He did not have money enough llfge r chief representative at the Court of carflye o that of the tack of wealth which pre vented the Harvard scholar from accepting the presidents offer Salary Ridiculously Inadequate theThe pay of the ambassador to Great quitnge reernt In case he attempts to do as his pre decessors have done In the way of en tertalning socially and in the way of bulldlnm g capitaleaffaircha to fitasy foreign country must take part More than this he is compelled by the actual circumstances of the caso to do a great deal of entertaining r f = Other 1 wise so narrow Is the view of the far eigntrs his country would be heloTin contempt and would berelegated by the populace to a position below that of some half dozen picayune countries not one of which Is as big or powerful as many of the states in this great American ambassadors and the ministers to countries other than Great Britain are In the same position the ambassador to the English speaking court finds himself A great deal is expected of them sad the Unit ed States pays such smallsalaries that it is necessary to dip Into the private purse in order to meet the CongressIever has been done to brjlng yells As things stand at present the United States is obliged to foreign courts men whose only claim to dis tinction is that they have money Men of approved diplomatic cabiUty- who have held minor positions abroad in the consular and counselor agent service have been and are still debarred from seeking advancement to higher positions simply because they have no money It is notorious In many of the countries in Europe that some of our consuls are mien of far greater ability than are our ambassadors Cannot Move Congress Representative Longworth who Is a soninlaw of former President Roosevelt has tried time and again to get a bill through congress appropriating money for the purchase of houses for our ministers and ambassadors in the capitals of European nations If the ambassadors house rent was paid he could make shift on his 17500 althoughtanywhere near paying the expenses of our ambassadors to Great Britain France Germany Italy or Russia State Patronage Disputes President Taft is having his troubles because of a lack of harmony in the ranks of the Republicans of the many states He has been appealed to from the north and south and the west by men who have managed party affairs in the different districts in the past and by men who would like to manage them at the present time The chief cause of the trouble Is a desire to control patronage and as the president has some very distinct views on patronage matters it may be that his decisions will not be to the liking of either faction In any of the places where discord has been maul fest Some of the sharpest troubles that are besetting the administration In the patronage way have their seat in raftIIwenthoped to win the south not necessari ly to Republicanism but to loyalty to wouldIepeclfioewou fit men to office and that he would take Into consideration the wishes of the people of the south no matter to what party they belonged becamehein the southern states and in some in betcandidates did not measure up to the Thetappoint fit jurists to the bench but that he intended to make appoint ments to minor offices that would meet with the approval of the people living In the appointees districts It is over these minor offices that the president is now having trouble Problem In North Carolina The state of North Carolina at the last election sent three Republican representatives to congress It was regarded as a tremendous victory for Moreheadinovercame a Democratic majority or nearly 6000 votes and the claim was made that his victory was wholly due to the fact that a great many Democrats of the younger generation were Inclined to the Roosevelt progressive endeavors and That they believed that Mr Taft lend his aid to the- furtherance of the same advanced policies While the president was in the south he was told that the only way that this independent contingent which formerly had been loyal to the Democracy could be held was by means of proper appointments to office He was told that he did not need to appoint Democrats and that he did not have to give recog nition to the element which had re Gently Joined the Republican party but that it was best to ignore the old Republican organizations in the south which had been formed for oce hold ing purposes only and to appoint men who would do the work of their office and would not attempt to play poly tics especially just before national convention times There is trouble In New York and there is trouble in Wisconsin and In Iowa and in some other sections or the country and this trouble is viewed with considerable alarm by some of the Republican leader The Demo cysts look on With complacency and think that the greater the patronage difficulties in the opposition party the better is their chance for preferment at the polls next November It Is said however that President Taft is just now more concerned over the south ern situation than any other and that he feels that he must leave no stone unturned to keep good his promises to the people who live south of ithr Potomac and Ohio rivers GEORGfc LINTON I Si For Evening Wear By Julia Bottomley new coiffures have proved the THE ratlon of numerous new dec fitted to the arrange ment of the hair in smoothsBrasses Large Jeweled pins of shell have prov- en the most attractive for evening- wear After their adoption comes the keepingThis has brought the evening hat having a bridle under the chin or hair straight to the fore For the bridle is extremely becoming to youthful llelargewhich are worn for evening Hoods of chiffon are preferred to bats on all those occasions when the head needs simply to be protected When one is on the way These are supported by a wire bonnet frame such as Is used for making childrens bonnets This Is covered with chiffon stretched on plain and forms a foundation for the shifrings and ruffles which are so lavishly and fluffily sup ported by it And altogether this sen 1 SUIT D FOR THE AFTERNOON Visiting Dress That Would Make Up to Perfection in Satin and Spotted Voile This tis elegantly carried out in satin andi spotted voile The tight fitting princess part is covered in satin arranged in folds at the back a wide boxplait is formed and taken to foot this joins the deep band of satin that is sewn to the voile the upper edge of which is gathered to the princess Piece lace forms the yoke which has folds of satin taken over the shoulders at the sides these are caught down by rosette a strip of insertion is carried across the I sible little affair for evening wear is as light as an equal bulk of down and as soft and protecting as a caress The new devices for fastening on hats help out immensely where a hat must be worn They have no other name than haltfasteners They fas ten the hat mere securely than pins and are steel pair pins in reality fastened in the head size of the hat by a patent pfntA barb or small dia mondsl aped at the points pre vents them from slipping out As nothing in the world can so finish and give character to a costume as an elegant hat thjs device for hats in place Is 1a boon to the of picturesque millinery Besides they save jabbing the hat by the ordin ary pin point repeatedly which dis figures and ultimately wears out the fabric of which lit is made There are innumerable pretty littl- coiffure decorations which are worn with the new coiffure but there area long story In themselves They ar wonderful in helping out and adding to the finish of the toilette V front The upper edge of band of satin at foot is jscalloped a lace ap plique is sewn at point of eac scallop Hat of sof t ffelt trimmed with os trich Materials requted Four yards satin 42 inches wide ireeya d voile one and onehalf y lace one dozen ap pliques arr Shawls Coming Back It Is probable hat the beautiful of crepe shawls of thick white or rose silk which were shipped from Canton in the days of our unpackedfroThese finely embroidered squares with their handsome knotted fringes sotpeUmeshal a Lard long are being for the new swathed gowns and loose draperies The once necessary Paisley shawl or that of Indian make beloved of Queen Victoria and so often given likelytosquare Its make is much too thic and heavy and tljie coloring does not lend itself to the jpresent mode The pitfalls of artistiC dressing are many and because one knode of a period is useful it does not follow that others are really acceptable Decollete Gown Finish One of the prettiest ideas in a finish for the top of a decollete gown is a narrow band of fur sewed to the edge of the bodice and outlining a full tucker of tulle The style will be goo erally becoming a d Is appropriate for gowns developed rem every kind of fabric from chifftin to chiffon cloth aud may be adopted by either maid or matron with equally good results A simple fiat bad of passementerie is a dainty finish to the top of some netmessaUne Stock and Jabot A new stock and Jabot combined is made of soft siljc and lace trimmed net with jots as a trimming Tho newIjeI This Contractor got results He knew hor to feed his men rlngtroubled a great deal by sickness among the laborers He turned his attention at once to their food and found that they were getting full rations of meat and were drinking water from a stream near by He Issued orders to cut down the amount of meat and to Increase greatly the quantity of Quaker Oats fed to the men He also boiled Quaker Oats and mixed the thin oatmeal water with their drinking water Almost instantly all signs of stomach disorders passed and his men showed a decided improvement in strength and spirits This contractor had experience that taught him the great value of good oatmeal 53 A ROYAL SPENDER Uncle to Marjorie who has mar ried a millionaire I really think youd be happier if you had married a man who had less money MarjorieHe will have less after few years with me J Why His Mother Mourned William M Fogarty has astorrabout a good old Irish woman whose son was about to start for a trip around the world She had watched him prosper wIth pride To her he was a great man In her fond vision she could see all sorts of terrible tidings coming to him but she held her peace until he had started for the journey Then shebej gan to cry A neighbor tried to con sole her but to no avail Im afraid he hasnt the money toY get back said the mother weeping Hes got the money to go round the world all right but how will he ever get back Indianapolis Star Deafness Cannot Be Cured 7 local applications U they cannot the dJI Maed portion oLthe ear There only one way to wan deataess and that is by constitutional reaedtes Deafness la caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the EustachUn Tube When thin tube to Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or perfect hearing and when it entirely closed Deal cede tho result and unleM ttu fTmammittlnn can taken out and this tube restored to Ita normal condi Son hearing will be destroyed forever nine easel uothngbutWe will give One Hundred Dollars tor Deafness caused by catarrh that obecarby Hairs Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free ABoldTake Halls Family Pills coMt sUM StaggersOur and I ghad to take her place said Mrs Stag gersCOI hope I shall be successful in Imitating her I certainly hope you will be sue cessful in following in her footsteps suggestively remarked old man Stag crispboiledepotato Free to Our Readers eWrite Murine Eye Remedy Co Chlca all for 43page illustrated Eye Book Free Write aboub Your Eye Trouble and they will advise as to the Proper Appli cation of the Murine Eye Remedies In Your Special Case Your Druggist wlll tell that Murine Relieves Sore Eyes- Strengthens Weak Eyes Doesnt Smart Soothes Eye Pain and sells for SOc Try Your Eyes and In Babys Eyes forhScaly Eyelids and Granulation Paradoxical A It is a wonder that ahotbeaded man is generally thought to be one otC mettle Why a wonder Because metal is usually well temi pered Ointment Cured When Nothfofr dElse Would I have had a breaking out on mY neck every summer with something cureddBarbara Carpenter Ogden S C Y Rough on Rats How do you like the way she does her hair Z think she mistreats it shame fully THEN ODBB AS HOARStS as a ronre and WDenJonvoaa old fashioned deepseated cold ia en t Lung Bat tjm Sold by aU druggists and bottles t Young man dont marry a parlor toka Mrs Windows Soothing Syrup fi children teething softenstheguteredecesta bEonatlon allays Pam cores wind collu lie beWe The average man is always paid atv erage wages Dr Detchoas Relief for Rfeenraatlnt relieves in six hours Why suffer 75c Pompadours are responsible for many a highbrow OYV- D ODDS A PILLS 1 VMfi l4 gymetW N U CINCINNATI NO 711 r l i I1r I I I Yeiier1IL History Made at Breakfast Gen Webbs Advice to Napoleon 111 That Brought About the With drawal of the French Troopsifrom Mexico Recently I told the story of how Louis when an exile in is- cduntrywes befriended by the late Gen James Watson Webb and how Napoleon HI on learning 30 years later that Gen Webb had just landed In France sent him an urgent telegram to dine with him informally the next day At the hour named in the emperors t egram the latter with all ordinary court etiquette dispensed with greet ed his old benefactor in the palace of St Cloud They met as old friends who stood upon an equality and they were friends for after Louis Napoleon tad become emperor of the French he had remembered and redeemed the money loans which Gen Webb had made to aim when he was an exile and since then an intimate corre spondence had been maintained be tween the two In the course 1of the breakfast the matter of state that was then upper m stln the emperors mind was boughtup I am much distressed said the emperor to his old friend that the presence of the French troops in Mex ico should have been an irritation to peopleThisbayonets were keeping Maximilian on the Mexican throne 1y troops are tocdiplomaticto you that I am ready and anxious to withdraw my troops but I cannot do sOunder threat or compulsion I have waybybetween your president and myself set that I can in selftespect and without appearance of coercion on the part of your country withdraw the troops Gen Webb thought a moment then suggested not exactly a treaty but an agreement to be entered into di rectly between the emperor and the president of the United States in Frepchttoopsfrompearance of coercion or threat on the partof our government r expressedhisfora writing tablet and thereupon as they were seated at the breakfast table Gen Webb drew up what he thought the agreement he had in miud should be Finishing it he 7 Their Neglect to Seize upon the Re frlgerator Car Idea Forced Them Later to Give Rebates to Trusts As general manager of the Pen syl vania lines west of Pittsburg general superintendent of the Chicago Northwestern vicepresident and gen andvicepresidenttem the late James D Layng who 1 died on Lincolns birthday in 1908 was for years one of the countrys leading railroad men and his 50 years as an active railroad man was almost coincident with the great railway development of the country As I look back over my career of half a century Mr Layng said to me a short time after he had retired from active railroad management many interesting things come to me But the one thing from the past that stands out above all others is that act of the railroads Tvhich should be known in history as their greatest sin of omission For had they not committed it lam firmly convinced that many of the trusts now in existence would not have been created and the roads would not have been bludgeoned by ihe trusts for years into giving re bytelUngThee came intomy office one day when It was general manager of the Pennsylvania lines west of Plttsburg a man whom I had known as a dealer in poultry and dairy products It was his custom to go all through the agri cultural districts of Ohio and buy poultry butter and eggs from the farmers and ship them to market He was of an inventive turn of mind but not much of a business man He made just a fair living in this voca tionHe said to me that he wished I would lend him one of our freight ca sany old car would dobecause he had an idea which he thought might be worth while He explained that he believed he could fix that car up so that It would be possible to perfBhahft t i L L t p handed it to the emperor who read it gave his hearty approval to the docu wlIJIngButadded the emperor the agreement must be signed by your president for as I am dolngjthis without the knowledge of any f my ministers so also rour president diarYiactGen Webb realizing that herje was a possible way out ojf the great dif naijonsaan armed clash unless dejlcately handled beforenosixweeksto the presidents ears only just how eJrawnI1pmedlately importance of the agreement ex pressed himself as being greatly gratl r MrkDOpPuzzledBankeold Banking System Could Not Un derstand Why the Price of Silver Declined actuallyfrail whitebutan oldfashioned cravat low shoes stdckIngssuchlife was the physical appearance and dress of Jphn Thompson the man whose name was known to every bank er and storekeeper in the United authorporter sand to men of finance the world over from 1862 on as the creator of the national banking system So he IQoked one day in 1S40 when r called upon him at the time that con gress was discussing the bill that aft erwards became known as the Sher man silver law which provided for the bythesuch action would keep silver from being demonetized despite its enor productionuMr Thompson I said while the old gentleman took from a capacious coat pock t a little bunch of tobacco leaves tore off one rolled it in his impromptutwlstthe back lot his mouth I have been I RQilroadi of Omission be in good condition when delivered I to the city merchant acarasked me to come and see what he had done with It He had fitted it Up with a couple of refrigerators and vith pipes for ventilation and to carry oft the icfe water as it melted He told me thiat a car thus fixed up would keep poultry and butter and eggs in good condition for weeks That was the beginning of the re predlctedtle railroads do about itwhat did inventionNothingnot the railroad world They left It to the beef trust and the fruit trust to seize upon the idea Those trusts built and own the refrigerator cars But If all the railroads had built re frigerator cars of their own had had plenty of themthen the beef trust for example would have been unable to bludgeon the roads into giving them rebates for furnishing their own cars under threat of sending their business elsewhere And without rebates given to them many of the trusts of today would not have come into existence I am sure mOIIlentAnd managershadhave hindsight they would also have built the oil pipe lines along their rights of way and the tank ears too and then it would have been Imps Companytoit exclusive rebateswith the result perhaps that there would have been no Standard Oil Company as we now know it It Is indeed a grestt sin of owl S slon that the railroads of the con n try have charged up against them For years they have been paying ti penaltyand they probably will con tinue to do so even unto the third and fourth generation of the railroad managers who originally committed this great sin Copyright by E J Edvareui r 1 i fled with It and signed it Not until the document was carried over to the state department to be filed away in the secret archives there did Secretary of State Seward dream of the ex- Istence of what was in reality a secret treaty between the heads of two great nations a treaty that removed all possibility jot war between them effected the removal of the French troops from Mexico without coercion or threat on our part and left Maxi milan there alone to meet his tragic fate although that was a condition which neither Napoleoh III nor Gen Webb when the agreement was drawn up expected to arise Gen Alexander S Webb son of Gen James Watson Webb tells me that so far as he knows this bt of secret history of a famous event is now made public for the first time And it may truly be said that the peaceable solution of this serious in ternational problem of the late sixties had its origin in the befriending of the stranger exile Louis Napoleon by lien James Watson Webb 30 years before Thus strangely is history sometimes made Copyright by B J Edwards r If er of the proposed silver law now before congress Why pf course I ami he saiduand I heartily believe in silver as a money metal that would easily pass current If it had a fair chance But silver has een abused by our government isnt anything the matter with it except unfair treatmentdiscrim goldButchuckled It is going to have fair treatment and I am telling all my friends who ithink Im crazy because I say silver and gold hould be the ratiosayto demonstrate it and Uncle Sam is going to demonstrate It toohThis parenthetically was several years before the national campaign in which the silver issue was paramount All that was said then in favor of sil ver was thus compacted Into a few sentences by John Thompson founder of the first of the national banks now one of the greatest banking institu tons of the world and a multimil lionafre You know he continued with an other chuckle they say that money talks Well thats the way that I ajn going to talk to my friends I am going to make converts of them by letting them hear money talkT They call me a silver proselyter Well this is the way I am proselyjting Ive got a little document here thats going to be the greatest silver argument that any one can offer He took from a drawer of his desk writtenshowed me a list of six names written In pencil upon the back Several of these names were of prominent finan ciers who had spoken publicly against the proposed silver lav I bought a put for quite a little sum of moneyI wont tell you how mncha few months ago when silver was pretty low said the old gentle man The option runs for a ifiontK yet Before It expires If the diver law passes congress and it is going tothe price of silver on a parity with gold will be on a ratio of sixteen to one Then Im going to put my op tion to the broker I bought It of take my profits anti divide the profits among these six men Thatll be quite a little penny fr each of them and I guess it will be1 a convincing argu ment proving to them that old John Thomuson Isnt crazy after all but right And this picturesque possessor of a fortune of ten millions made in banking smiled broadly in anticipa tion of thp victory over his friends that hesar ahead of him upon the day ome little time after the Sherman lLver law was passed that the option became avail able the price of silver fell and Mr Thompson lost the money that he had risked upon that argument I dont understand it he said to me with a mystified shake of his head dont understand It Silver ought to havo gone to a parity with gold at sixteen to one There a kink somewhere dont understand it And this was John Thompson crea tor of our national banking system who could not see that the enormous production of slIver ascompared with the production of goldhad in spite of government legislation aimed to boost up the price of silver caused the price to drop under the wellknown economic law of supply nd demand Copyright 909bY IE J Edwards Notesj who dropped her eekaoo waist In the piano player ctid turned out a Beetho vert sonata has her equal in the lady who std In front ofa fivebar fence and saig all the dots on her veil Everybodys MagazineI j n GLADSTONE A WOOD CHOPPER Axes Used by Englands Grand Old Man and a Chair Among Prized RelicsI London The centenary of William Ewart Gladstone who sat In the Brit- Ish house of commons for 62 years was celebrated recently Gladstone the Grand Old Man of England was born In 1809 and died May 19 1898 Up to the last days of his Ute he was fond of wielding an ax On his estate at Hawarden he chopped down trees to beautify the landscape and often cut he trunk and branches up for fuel He had special axes for his work and they are among the prized relics at TopGladstones Axes ottomChair Made from Tree Felted by Gladstone is old home The statesman once cut down hmlght oak and Iron It made a chair A portrait of the Grand Old Mat was card on the back of the chalK HE CALLS WOMEN SAVAGES JProf William li Thomas Who Braved Ire of Fair Sex Showed Extraordl nary Courage Chicago Prof William I4 Thomas Unlversftyof Chicago sociologist who bravely stood up before 20Q women and declared that womans dress was a competitive affair which ruined the men and made the women clothes horses has broken into the public prints before by advancing other ideas just as entertaining If Prof Thomas had his way what is left of the Indian braves of the United States reservations would be married to white belles right away Prof Thomas would draw the line In intermarriage with the negro only And then the professor has written a book Sex and Society which caused quite a little stir because he declared that love wonderful love was only a myth land that the an clout method of allowing a male per son to hit a lady on the head and drag her off to his tent bungalow or Prof William Thomas fiat was much superior to parlor courtship and the mere giving of bonbons Woman is only a savage anyway he had the courage to say Bohemian Taste uIhat just had abresent said her Bavarian neighbor of an Imborted 7thander Dlwerend dasde entirely Youd be surbrised at the Imborted tings the Bavarian beople in New Yock ead Nearly efferting we ead is imborted Our zauzeges our zauergrout our vlounders all our vlsh nearly effer ting we ead We dont lige the Ameri can tings to ead ve Bavarians Ve lice the tings from our own goundry State Odds and Ends J1PALouisville KyThe Hardware and Stove Dealers association opened its session here with a meeting of the ex ecutive committee Loulsyille KyRev Gordon Hill one of the leading Baptist evangelists In Kenl4icky died at the Jewish hos pital o appendicitis ParIs jKy President W C Ussery of the iflue Grass league has called a meeting of the league to meet here Wednesjday February 9 to arrange the cchlu1O for 1910 LICfn ton KyEugeneW Kiotter president of the Belleview Brewing Co came to Lexington in av distressed state mind and is now at Dr Spragu0s High Oaks sanitarium Lexington Ky Clarence Fleminj 51 an Engineer and road builder formerly of Wocdford county but for about q year employed by James B Haggin rat Elmendorf farm killed him self here Hendprsori Ky Returns from the democratic congressional primary from oVer the district indicates the nomination of A O Stanley over C C Givens and Lavega Clements by 5000 plurality Shelbjyville Ky George N Middle drugSistothiscomplication of diseases He had boon Iri declining health for the past three months andIof the cities of Kentucky may be used for any other purpose Ifthe city coun cil so Desires is the opinion of the court JeiIJtort Ky Marie N 208 4 brown mate by Marengi Kingt22914 dam Dorothy TIL 220tf by Peeler 223 will race in Europe this year John Splart act Ing fof Ceorge Bodimer of Vienna Austria bought Marie N by telegraph from Efr Geers Louisville Ky While excitement was af heat among the many fpecta ors at the trial of the three alleged Conspirators in the local insurance cases George D Sparks formerly a clerk of the Louisville Nash ville railroad dropped dead upon the floor ofthe city court Frankfort KyLibbrty for E L La marre who has been serving two years n the penitentiary here was 01 short duration When Gov Willson pardoned him he was again arrested at the request of Sheriff P J Parker of Mt Vernon Oi where It Is claimed he is wanted on a charge of horse Stealing j Frankfort KyJudgment was en tered in the Franklin circuit court in favor of Grainger Co of Louisville and or hers against the General Sup ply an I Construction Co of New York builders of the new capitol and the Union Surety Co of Indian apolis bondsman for the company for 514001 Williamstown KyThe failure ol the Smith Lumber Co of Crit SjM county with branches at Dry arid Corinth leaves a string of creditors extending from Seattle V as Pine Knot Ky it is alleged The of tire firm are said to be hfto liabilities amounting tc Elizabethtowni KyThe Rev Steve Holcbmbe who has been conducting the Holconiba Mission in Louisville for several years has abandoned the missionary field and has retired to Thel willows his country residence near tjhis city His retirement Is due to advanced age impaired health and families ties Hen erSon Ky Thfe Evansvllle Bridg Co has filed ah agreement bi consolidation and articles of Incorpo ation In the county clerks office here The apital stock Is 1500000 and the object is to construct a bridge across the Ohio river from Vanderburg county at some point at or near Green River sland for the use of railroads vehicles traction cars and foot pattsengers Winchester Ky Winchester citi zens held an indignation meeting to condennthe fake stories in the Lex ingtor papers regarding the alleged nightrider outrages charged to ben persons Perry presided Many business men pledged them solve to buy no more from Lexington wholesalers or retailers and commit tees tere appointed to see all the cit- Izens ask them to join In the boy cott On the LexingtonlanB It was votedj also to change the name of Lex ington avenue to Fairfax street Louisville KyW P Roberts night watchman at the Hydraulic Brick Cos plant was found unconscious hy a messenger boy When revived he tolr a story of having been attacked and beaten by two negro thugs Loiiisville Ky Evan S Rees ot the jlome tobacco warehouse hat cabled the British agricultural department declining an otter to go to Pro torlaj Africa to take charge of a tr baco warehouse there and superln tend the culture ot tobacco for tin gqvetnment j f J t tthatwants 5to wear as few clothes aspos sIb le PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS caofSic i4dnjsoruione7reiunUed Few men put oft until tomorrow the meanness they can do taday For eA Sprins wiSloans Liniment is the best bruisesIt J can be applied to the tenderest part without hurting because it doesnt need to be rubbedall you have to do is to lay it on lightly It isa powerful prepa ration and penetrates relieves anyinflarnmatbonandcoii I ges swellingHeres MrL ROLAND Bishop of Scran ton Pa SaysUOnthe 7th eU5 avh1gtheslipped and fell spraining my iris I returned In the afternpon andat i four oclock r a pen cil in my hand I returned horns later and purchased a bottle at Sloans Linimentand used it five or six times before I went to bed and the next day I yhandSloans Liniment- is an exceUentanti- septic and germ killer heals cuts burns wounds and contusions and will draw the poison from o poi sonous InsectS 260600 and 100 OUhonennd poultryfree iddre Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Kass usA 1neCARTERS UTILE UVER PILLS are responsiblethey not only gi they permanently cure Coa1tpi tilL Millions we 4them fa- tImnl ITTLEI IVERJ pess WijeitM Sick MeaJace Sdbw Skis SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE SMALL PRICE GENUINE must bear sgnatore POWDEREBIf For making Ice Cream Sker Fruit Frosts aRi Water Ices wIthout Heat or EUsFine ala silk smooth as velvet FREE sample with our baad 5ome2OpaobookIetofRecipes t 1 mailed on receipt of your aaasa Itand address 1 1 WMRIPPEY ItepLH Cincinnati 0 Hays HairHealth Never Falls to Restore Gray Hah te lEa Natural Color aail Beauty Stops its tolling ournd positively removes Dandruff Is BetaDye Refuse all substitutes zoo and oe Bottles by Mail or at DrunistsFRSend zoo for large Philo Hay Spec Co Newark N J U S A DYOLA DYESOrE DYE FOB ALL GOODS I dealersftame wi bo sent with direction Tbook and color card DYOLA BorllBKtoB Vt I nUBBER STAMPS SStSSSSfQi are no farther from your home or office thaa the nearest phone or U3mnll boy Agents One IJ wanted Get catalog WANTEDAgents to sell land South Write us for information Gettysbwrg So flak Hustlers Earn 18 to 30 WHkJy 1R names 4118t1ThUt55 elreulrsGNeet1 slid General Merchandise catalogs Contracta iv J1llbleJILrtleL Act prompUyENTKAX GraZada Ms PATENT Bookaufl SytceFRU IIFtavtck 1 rtMf WastUa tea DCsxrs seat XtseeaSs For Asthma Bronchitis and all Throat Troubles Take pJSOSUL uSt tl1ltnasti The r lM it I L iPIeaant totakuduglIa abtoIue1y free from opM u 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 9 1910 r L ++++ ++ LET US TEST YOUR t EYES and fit GLASSES i + INt21 iEverything the ED M 0glI SPRINGFIELD SUNJS- SUEP EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance H L SMITH Editor slid Publisher lIitered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the as secondclass TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION O e7ear n00 x Months 60 Three Months 25 yt 4 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR CONGRESS We are authorized ofNelsonFourthCongressional action ot the Democratic party j Uncle Ike Wharton Dead Uncle Ike Wharton an old and re sp acteds place died vat his homeon High street last Thurs dav and was buried on Cemetery Hill Saturday afternoon Uncle Ike an as old time negro life began in antebellum days when he belonged to Wharton family He was courteous and possessed those qualities of the now almost extinct generation ot negroes which endeared them to their masters and mistresses Uncle Ike died of the infirmities in cident to advanced age itI We have just brought on the Greatest Line of Spectacles in Central Kentucky All the latest style Glasses and any style Rims We can furnish you with the best grade ot goods at the Lowest Prices 4t We can Suit You in in Jewelry Line r aaus y whose Come In Monday is County Court day INext first day of Circuit Court and there will no doubt be a large crowd in town While here call inland hand us CCthat dollar While the largest percent of our subscribers have paid u there remains a few who have not pai and we will appreciate having you pay up Of course we want you to continue taking The Sun and would appreciate you giving your neighbor a copy of Th Sun and getting them to subscribe and help to swell The Suns already large endeavormgIto give you a better paper each wee and as our subscription list grows we will continue to make The Sun a better paper We wish to thank one and all for their patronage in the past and ear nestly solicit a continuance of same Many Indictments Returned The grand jury which has been in session since the begining of the pre sent term of circuit court has recent returned quite a large number of i dictments as a resultof its almost four Weeks sitting Sixtyone indictments were reported the past week They charge the following violation of the laws Selling liquor in local option territory 19 assault and battery 2 liquor 19 drawing deadly weapon non another 3 petit larceny 1 gaming 18 breach of peace 1 grand larceny 1 suffering gaining on pre misies 1 malicious wounding 1 Sab bath breaking 1 carrying conceals deadly weapon 1 horse stealing 1 preaking into warehouse 2 Lebanon Enterprise t ++++++++++++ + +++++++ + 5thANNUALn HORS E4 SALEWE Saturday Feb 26 At 10 O Clock a m- At R C Boblitts Main Street Livery Sta ble in Springfield Ky sell 100 Head Horses Mules v Get your horses fat and ready for this sale as we are sure to severalloicaih Stallions and Geldings booked for this sale Among the lot thre e or four firstclass Saddle Horses fi This safe will be conducted on a First cla s Business Principle for both Buyer and Seller Dont have any fear of entering your stockIn this sale We are Mfyyre we will be able to find a home for them at good prices REEtIIFor any information in regard to this sale call BOBLITTtr or M CAMPBELL ft++ + + f t 4 y Dr G1 T Button RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth ExtractedWith out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Dfflce in flagon Block up stairs Local News Notes FOR SALEjWehave 20 nice Jersey Cows THURMAN PETERS Dont forget the Horse Sale Feb 26 at Boblitts stable Mr Bi D Lake has sold his farm East of Springfield which he recently purchased rpm H R Thdmpson to C W Homan FOR REJT About 8 acres for corn and 8 for oats MRS LAURA VEST The Ladies of the Baptist church will serge Court Day Dinner in February Mound City Paints may cost a trifle HaydondGet your Horses ready for the 5th Annual Horse Sale February 26 eThe Ladies of the Methodist church will serve dinner on county court day in April roomskv H Jones t Agustus Ott For firstclass 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 for all classes of horses Feb ruarp 26 at Bqblits stable Steinwaynat a great bargain No 108 Mrs Ella H Bbdine Springfield Ky FOR ALEOne Improved Victor Iri cubatqr with capacity for 200 eggs new Apply to Agustus Qtt Lakes Old Office WANTED Two good tobacco men I have plenty new landf BURR CRUSE Bardstown Ky FOR SALTA latest improved No 5 Olliver typewriter Apply at this offiice 87 head of horses passed under the hammer t04r sale last year and 54 were absolutely sold We have a number of farms for sale toIbaccofarms See us for city property in Bardstown t ORVILLE ARNOLD OR PRo DEATS Bardstown Ky ESTRAYOU Sunday Feb 6 a nice ewe and lambsi strayed on my place NoV brand Owner can have same by paying for keeping and this advertIse- ment J S Yankey ESTRAY On Sunday Feb 20ablck muly cow strayed from mv place near townWiII weigh 1200 pounds Any nformation of her where abouts will be appreciated W D Claybrooke Uncle Alex Walker an old negro man of the Valley Hill country died at his home yesterday Uncle Alex was one of the oldest negroes in the couuty He had the respect of the people who knew him and lived near him THE CLUBWe have moved back to officesand are ready to clean press and repair all kinds of Ladies and Gents garments New creases for Gents Give us8can Prices reasonable Geo Gbwdy ifrop Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Most Pop ular Because it is the Best- I have sold Chambcrlans Cough remedy for the past eight veaifs and find it to be one of the best selling med icines on the market For babies and young children there is nothing better in line of cough syrups says Paul Allen Plain Dealing La This remedy not only cures the coughs colds and croup so common among young children but is pleasant and safe tor them to take For sale by The Leo UaydoJl Drug Co 1 + +It +i+ + titfiHif + Wi lBARGAIN WEEK The balance ofj this week will be devoted to getting out from each department all aW iJ Remnants and Odds and Ends t+ Vhtic h will be at + + VERY SMALL PRICES i tt We Have a few f Ladies Suits and Cloaks FALL STYLES 1V i LEFT WHICH WILL GO FOR f HALFPRICE it Ladies CalicoTrappers and100 go for 91 lOC Odd Lots of Lace Curtains at Sacrifice prices Remnants of Laces and for a song a tit W 12Go 75c i lot Ladies Fine Shoes d if X I 350 and 4 grade forU OU J C it + r i M ftf C- n 1 15c i Special Talcum Powdet Per can u m5c rHair Pins i4cW Per box 4V a aa aa a H + our we view a few this in snow knee Yet we are the that con a The snow has us of every of and the will our a at his at this the first in in this Mr and Mrs J E near here L4 has lost fine from of Thos of at this last Mrs S E Piles has been ill the two jof and of Mt Zion have to this he will a crop of for Mr M y Mr Mrs ot our who were with a crop of and not at any have some corn in the field vet to be vpon of crows are the bad weatherVJ F a will for at this itS Days offered Embroideries One ofV iGoDollarDont miss this chanceVV will bargains department not us to all if nenenenenoeneoeOeoen eteOeOenene XTRA SPECIAL 1 t FOR FRIDAY L PPererw eoenenenneneaeoeoeQeeoeOeOeQoeQ S 0 n this sale each 4c e I 0 Unbleached as Cotton612c g + All o1boveipentioned specials sold For Cash t aaaa aaa t ar a aa aaa i Bargains department Come and be convinced I The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE CO INCORPORATED SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY it HV+ f + fHit +++ +t+ + + JVALLEY HILL From fireside scant items that brays inclement weather deep lacking enthusiasm stitutes letter deprived spark intelligence readers kindly overlook uninteresting communication Gilbert Donahoe recently killed rabiddog home placer killed several Years section Goatley visited relatives James Moran several hogs result cholera Mrs Baker Pleasant Grove visited relatives place week quite during past weeks acute indigestion Everitt Perkins wife removed place where rate tobacco Reed Hark atIentsplace Sunday Seyeral farmers burdened large tobacco could engage assistance price gathered which large bunches feasting during r Head recently purchased work horse from Janes Ben Janes visited relatives place Sunday for the poor fell the and two ribs at tt Ed of was m our raids Miss and Ray of are of their Mrs S E Piles her Mr and Mrs J R were call ed to last week by tlie of who is im at T a lish Blue seed toT C of this list last and sold a + 14 Lot On the it We offer many from each Our space will permit mention items but you will attend ifComefit ukerchiefsLarge Size Pencil Tablet During Yard wide Same weight every + + ++ t Sunday fromthlqfarm during deep show fractured Hsaping nicely present Janes Springfield Sunday Nora Piles brother Mclntire guests grand jnother during illnessVONeal Croaks Station illness their daughter MrsJMongomery reported much proyed this writing Mims recentlysold lotof Ehg Grass Tatum place fr9mbs sicktweek Gregory Stigall recently fine young Jack to Mr Mackin of al Lebanon Several in this ssection have had considerable ill luck with their sheep and lambs during the recent buzzard los ing many fine lambs and ewes Louis Ballard is Tecoveriiig from a recent attack of nervousness7 o which he is aflicted Walter Goatley soid a tine y ungmule to Henry Reed of Willisburg last week L M Gregory ot Pleasant visited friends here Thursday night J D Shenan was a guest at Elm Hill Saturday R K Dugan of WoodIawiivisited his grandmother Mas J Er Piles of this place Saturday and Sunday Joseph Gpatley was the guest ot W R Moran at Elm Hill Sunday H H Tatum was in Marion and Boyle counties last weep The Sun and CourierJournal fl64 + mmMr + ++ttit+ ++++ i IBarberShop fhis Barber conduct the at same I am always ready to serve customers and ask that you give me a share of Your i 1m e I am for the Home Laundry of Louisville and have a Cleaning and Pressing establishment in connection with my needCleaning S + iHit++ tttitit+W+ ++ m+ z t f JJ I ThE f SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 9 1910 t i i l a JI i 1 miss itl A big In Memory of Noel Mr Henry Noel aged died Sunday morning Feb 6 at 11 oclock at his home a short from after a ill ness of tuberculosis The funeral services were from the church in morning at 11 oclock and the follow ed in Deep Creek Mr Noel had been in failing health for several months and his family had known for some time that he could not recover but he seemed as well as ever until four oclock be grew worse and sank rapidlyuntil t the end fie was a devoted member of the church at and will be missed from the membership of the was known far and wide for his acts of and charitable j deeds and his death is deeply by all who knew him he being the last o his family is only by his wife Mrs Francis Noel who has our sympathy in her hour of trouble M E G Life On Panama has had one frightful drawbackmala ria trouble that has cause ague ness and But Electric Bitters never fail to them and cure malaria trouble Three ed me of a very severe attack of mala viawrite Wm A of Luca ma N C and Ive had good health eversmce Cure Liver and l Trouble and 50c Guaranteed by Robert anon Clover Timothy Blue Grass Red Top Seed OatsFeedOa1s Orchard Grass Alsike Alfalfa i SPECIAL I MATINEE fl0U5ILrSATURDAYAT 330 GRAND GIFT DRAWING For Solid Gold Ring Special Big 1Oc Show 1T For Ladies and Children Every Night Admission 10cJ5c and 2Sc Dont show every night Henry fortYthree distance Mackville lingering conducted Baptist Mackville Monday interment cemetery Sunday morning Baptist Mackville greatly church Deceased kindness regreted survived deepest Canal brought suffering germsRjaundice weakness general debility destroy ittlecompletely Fretwell Stomach Kidney prevent Typhoid Haydon DEEP CREEK Mr Martin Matherly and wife en tertained as their guests Sunday Mf A Holderman and wi fe Mr Henry Holder man and Mr ElliottI Mr John Best wife and children were the guests of Mrs Bests mother Mrs Elizabeth Drury Jenkinsville last Tuesday Mr GC Martinof Princton ends s the guest of his sister Mrs J S Cbyle jI Miss Amy Carpenter and children returned afterIspending seve with father Mr J H Elliot Mr J1 D Yatikey is on the sick list this week Messrs G w1 and John key were in Springfield Wednesday attending to the sale of their tobacco Mr W H Elliott is visiting his son lB D Elliott atiSimrristown Your Corresppndant visited Mrs atIMrsI Drury who has been sick for some time is not much better at this writing SprmgIfield Wednesday on business IMr Henry Holderman visited his aunt Mrs Maine Coyle last Saturday night We have some friends and relatives residing far away from Washington County who take the Sun and in offer ing their appeciation of it say it is just like a letter from Home The Springfield Sun fLOO per year fifM itf a it itit t Mackville Normal High Shool ia Spring Term Opened Jn17 1910 fit tIt fit e Special Course in Psychology for Teachers t Terms Reasonable Oiltideringiheservice tIt L C W CALDWELL A M C t Principal + +Jf++F i tIGOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS GOLD THE SUREUGROWING KIND Are a safe proposition for us because we can buy them 1undefa guarantee that any shipment found to be unsatis I factory can be returned at the shippers expense i That means no phance of our haying poor seeds in stock- Doesnti that make COLD MEDAL SEEDS a pretty good C C p IN c proposition for You 1 Li J i TRENT WILLlSBUR lV V G D ROBERTSON CO Plow and Wagon Harness Double and Trees CompleteTobacco and Cement 5h e Celebrated Adrian Wire FenceI- T IS TO YOUR INTERES TO GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING COME IN TO SEE US Washington County Wealth The total valuation of property in Washington County as returned by the Assessor is 4161375 The Board of Supervisors raised this 359225 making a total of 4520600 which s made up as follows Residents 2795185 Town lots 373825 Cash Notes etc 759485 Personalty 422460 The total valua tion last year was 4039 245 making an increase of nearly one half million dollars in the valuation of Washington Cour property within a yea- rAmusements Thej Village Singers a high class musical company consisting of a male quartette and female accompanist and reader appeared at the Opera House on i Thursday night of last week and en tertained a well filled house for twot hours Nothing better has been heard here ofithe Village Singers The McDade Fun Makers who played here several weeks ago are at the Opera House again this week and are nightly giving a high class vaudeville show at popular prices The McDades have a clean show with a nightly change of program and have been playing to good horses BOOKER Farmers are having bad luck with their lambs bri account of bad weather Mr and Mr Ben M Pile and daughter Lillie Mr J P Goatley and fam ilk and Charlie Butler sp ent Monday with Mrs Emmett SettlesI Miss Mary he guest of Mrs Edward Pile this weelc Messrs Edward and arnest Pile bought of Dr J N She an one colt price 65l Mrs W M Mann is on the sick list Mrs Cathie Settles and son Harry spent Tuesday evening with Mrs Ham Pile Rev Olus Hamilton spent Saturday with Mr Ham rile Mr J H Pile and Earnest Pile were in Springfield one day this week Mrs liue Kish bas returned to her elltome County after a weeks stay with her daughter Mrs Ed Pile Stomach Misery- for Over Six Years Think of it After six years of sourI r stomachof gas eructations of nervous ness during which time eyery meal lay on his stomach like a lump of lead a man was restored to perfect health by Miona stomach tabletSIRead what Mr Hoffman landlord oft Webster Hotel writes- I suffered misery and intense 1Jfrom stomach trouble for over six years n1 all the doctoringHhat I did or medicines t used were tif no avail until about two years ago when I used a treatment of Miona The first few days treatment helpe me greatly and upon using it a while I was made entirely free from any stomach trouble or complaint whatever Since the cure by Ml ona I have regained mV weight I eat and rsleep well am never nervous and my entIre gene al health is Inucn better Max M Hoffman Webster N Y Aug 2 1909 Mip na rejieves stomach distress in five minutes It acts like niagic It is guaranteed to cure sour stomach gas eructation heartburn dizziness bil iousness and nervdujness oij money back For sale by druggists everywhere and by The Leo HaYdO Drug Co for 50 cents a large box HYJftEI Cures catarrh or money back Just includinginhaler IW V STALLARD D D S I SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH- EXTR4CTEU WITHOUT Pain or Danger Done in this oftlC is first I andmatesOvor HcElroy Shaders GrpcerySrS QOoooboooapoaeoo s Personal Notes o oa e 0oVisitors In and Out of Town A Q Round Up ofthe WeekS a Personal Newse aJMr M H Jones who is owen gaged in business in Louisville was in town mixing with his friends the first of the week Dr Geo M Shaiinty of Louisville has been the guest of his mother and sister forthe past week Mr Ray Goodin of Lebanon visited here Sunday Circuit Clerk Robt A N oe attend ed court in Lebanon last week Mr J R Mayes is spending severa days with his parents l1rarld Mrs T Scott Mayes Mrs Robt Canary has returned home after a weeks visitto friends in the county i Miss Ella Sweeney has returned home after a visit to her parents in Louisville Miss Mabel Thompson has returned home after a Visit to rlendsm Harrods builtIEddie Shader are in Louisville studying the Spring styles in millinery Mrs Kate Williams is making her annual trip to Louisville Indianapolis and Cincinnati studying the Spring styles in millinery Mr John F Simmswas In Lebanon Sunday Mr Geo Bachelor of Bloomfield 0spent Sunday at this place fMessrs Frank Noe H Ml Grundy EG McCarty Theo Campbell attend ed the Knight Tempter banquet in Lebanon last night Mr John Wycoff left last Thurs day for Indianapolis where he has excepted a position in a department store Mr Joe Price spent Sunday with his sister Mrs J D Rapier in Bards town Mr J IL McClure was in Louis yulethe first of the week oh business Mrs C F Bosleyj entertained at cards yesterday afternoon Those present were Mrs A Cunpingham Mrs Lizzie Durrett Mrs Shuck Me EIrdy Mrs D R Litsey Mrs Matt Mays Mrs Joe Claybropke Mrs C A Greene Misses Bessie Roberts Annie McChord Bessie McDowell and Kate WhartonMrs E Buster is spending a few days in Louisville this week Miss Bessie McDowell will return to her home m Danville tomorrow after- a visit to Miss Annie McChord Mrs Sallie Simms and daughter1 Miss Flaget were in Louisville the first of the week Miss Willie Knott is in Louisville this week Messrs Chris Hertlein Albert Nunan and Dr Stallard spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Fairfield Mrs Joe Pettus entertained delight fully Monday evening at a candy pull ing the guests of honor being Rev W H Williams and W C McChord Jr Mrs Pettus gueste were Rubyd Smith and Misses Elizabeth Waters Lucy Selecman Viola Brown Jennie Leachman and Nannie Thompson Mr John Claybrooke is visiting relatives atthis place 3E Cnaianobga Sub5oIIPlowiJ Harrows RsWagon p j fFresh Fish and Oysters Every Wednesday Friday We will receive fresh fish and oysters every Tues day and Thursday for your Wednesday and Friday nafertKatie Hertlein Bro Fresh bread Miss Annie Mays entertained at flinch Monday night in honor of Miss Bessie MCDOWell of Danville the guest of Miss Annie McChord Hon T D Graham Representive in the Legislature spent the holiday declared by the Legislature from Friday until today on account of Washingtons birthday at home He was in Spring field yesterday Messrs John Clements and Jas Phillips ot Lebanon were m town yesterday Hon W D Claybrooke is in Frank fort r Wins Honors Messrs Jack McChord and John S McElroy Jr who are taking a postgraduate course at Central University and who since entering this institution have won any number of oratical and debating contests added another hon or to ngtthe Ernst This debate was founded by Hori Richard P Ernst of IASIdewinners of the debate they represent the university in the June intercollegiate debate One ofthe Causes If a housekeeper instead of stand ing in fsont of a telephone to order tie family supplies would go to market and learn which foods are cheap and r1hiiiiiiid IMPLEMENTS Plows PlowsfDOUbleShO iagonsCultiva Disc Truck Every evenings ltsAlways just as good as the expensive kinds slits has been ordering there will be leas ot this kind of talk u said James J HHl multimillionaire railroad builder aid operator in discussing the increased cost of living As I have said kfore he added uTle high cost or liv ring is the cost of living high Like ffJIB personally instead of relying on others The Ladies Favorite Wherever Parisian Sage is Knovmi It Has tie Cal Parisian Sage that most efficient all hair restorers is a very deligfaftf and refreshing air dressing Beside possessing these qualities it will ipef tiyely make any womans hair soft ko unant and attractive The Leo Ha 9dAt Drug Co sells it for 50 cents a large bottle and will return your money ifjt does not cure dandruff falling hair afitching scalp in two weeks I had given up hopes of ever being cured of dandruff when 1 purchaaedal- bottle of Parisian Sage Ithas eatim i ly removed the dandruff and bas start l a growth of new hair and all this after bavingbeentloubled15years Icnee MtaIE iClosingOul Sale IDavinf decided to go into other business I am offering IMyEntire Stock of f Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes Dry Goods Groceries t Notions ra I Hardware Etc AT and BELOW COST I Everything my house included in this sale j BARGAINS FOR AlL tootheJbnsInEsslandEverything sold at and below coat until the entire stock is sold ICOME AND LOOK OVER MY LINE AND BE CONVINCED LOW PRICES I AM OFFERINGIt IIThanking you for your past I am Very Respectfully Yours Oscar Reynolds Simms Qq K r er tx jlnHEtWONDERBERRY h OR SUNBERRY rl f fHu Preveda Great Success Thou I undo ThingThej t The Wonderberry or Sunberry the marvelous garden fruit originated by Luther Burbank and Introduced by John Lewis Chllds the wellknown Seedsman of Floral Park N Y has proved tC great success all over the country Thousands of people say it is the best thing they ever grew Mr John Burroughs the wellknown author Naturalist and bosomfriend of Theodore Roosevelt says it Is the most delicious pie berry he ever tasted and a marvelous cropper A Director of the New York Agricul tural Experiment Station says it fruits theshortIt is a godsend and fruits long after frost has killed most garden truck D S Hall Wichita Kan says thirty people grew it there last season with perfect satisfaction EL S Enochs Hammond La says It yields 250 worth df fruit per acre with him Mrs JI Powers 4732 Kenwood avenue Chicago raised enough berries on a space 4x10 feet to supply herself and friends- J P Swallow Kenton Ohio says its equal for all purposes does not exist Rev H B Sheldon Pacific Grove CaL says he likes the berries served in any and every way W T Davis Enon Va says it Is true to description in every way and fruits In three months from seed Judge Morrow of If S Circuit Court says the Wonderberry is simply delicious raw or cooked Mr Childs exhibited dne plant five months old bearing 10375 berrie which measured about eight quarts NewMexlcosayslt droughts of that climate and fruits abundantly all summer It Is certainly the most satisfactory garden fruit and the greatest Novelty ever introduced JAscrusade against tuberculosis the National Association for the Study and Prevention Tuberculosis ina bulletin Issued recently points to the fact that while 535 per cent of the expenditures for tuberculosis in 1909 were made from public resources ap propriatlons made for 1910 indicate that over 75 per cent of the money to be spent this year will be from federal state city and county funds In 1909 out of the 818062150 spent for the prevention and treatment of tuberculosis 4j36275003 was spent from public money and 381787147 from funds voluntarily contributed For the carrying on of state federal and municipal tuberculosis work in 1910 over 9000000 has been appro spriated Of this sum the state legis s have granted 4100000 the municipal and county bodies 3975 500 and the federal government 51000000 Practical Christianity On behalf of the sewing circle ofr this church said the pastor at the r conclusion of the morning service I desire to thank the congregation for 57 buttons placed in the contribution box during the past month If now the philanthropically inclined donors of these objects will put a halfdozen undershirts and three pairs of other strictly secular garments on the plate V mayhaveon we shah be additionally grateful Harpers weekly j Teamsters Punishment Earned Apparently It pays not to be cruel to horses out in Chicago A teamster who admitted abandoning his horses for six hours on a recent stormy day was fined 50 by a magistrate The humane society prosecuted the case vigorously and promised to report the matter to the drivers employers Presumably he will lose his job as he was unable to pay the fine and will have to serve a jail term GET POWER The Supply Comes From Food If we get power from food why not strive io get all the power we oars That is only possible by use of skill fully selected food that exactly fits the requirements of the body Poor fuel makes a poor fire and a poor fire is not a good steam producer From not knowing how to select the right food to fit my needs I suffered grievously for a long time from stomach troubles writes A lady from a little town In Missouri It seemed as if I would never beI able to find out the sort of food that was best for me Hardly anything that I could eat would stay on my stom ach Every attempt gave me heart burn and filled my stomach with gas I got thinner and thinner until I lit erally became a living skeleton and in time was compelled to keep to my bed A few months ago I was persuaded to try GrapeNuts food and it hadsuch good effect from the very beginning that I have kept up its use ever since I was surprised at the ease with which I digested It It proved to be just what I needed All my unpleasant symptoms the heartburn the inflate feeling which gave me such pain disappeared My weight gradually increased from 98 to 116 Jbs my figure rounded out my strength came back fond I am now able to do my housework and enjoy it GrapeNuts did It A ten days trial will show anyone some facts about food Look in for the little book The Road to Welivife Theres a Reason Ever read the abeve letter A aev era Ire is time to time haeKasJtereirt ty jv It EXCELLENT MODEL OF WESTERN DAIRY BARN Plan SjEconofuyFoundation for All FROMT PERSPECTIVE vszw BY J K BRIJPGEMAN The dairy barn herewith illustrated was designed for a dairyman who disposes ot the dairy prpducts to private trade To save labor the horse barn and wagon room are under the same roof with the cows and calves In fact the building is really three barns but all under the same roofs horse barn with accommodations for ten horses cowbarn with stalls for 38 much cows and the small barn for nine dry cow or young stock a large double calf stall and two bull pens As will be seen by the floor plan each department mar be closed with sliding doors and entirely separated from all other departments- The entire building is plastered both the exterior and Interior with two coats of Portland cement over expanded metal lath the studdings are by six inches ten feet long and the story is eight feet except over the horse barn where it is nine feet to allow for driving iwith a load of hay in stormy weather the story is ten feet over the vfagon room All floors arqoff cement as also are the ceilings The exterior walls are first covered with ship ilap and striped for the lath the space between the uddingare filledfn with concrete to the wlnPI t pLdOR dow sills and al corners and angles are carefully rounded to avoid hiding places for dirt and bacteria The stalls formed of pipe and the loft floor is threeinch pipe the box stalls and horse stalls are of sixinch flooring doubled and have wire guards mounted on the top mangers of the cow barns d to be flooded when watering ENCE- I In this drawing the gas pipe hook for unrolling the fences may be made of one continuous piece of Inch round wire sharpened with a thread and nut to hold the wheel on says Orange Judd Farmer The wheel may be pulley wheel At the right OF Failures in Crop to Lack of on Part of the Farmer BY 4E LARA alone In the east but from the very best sec tions are constantly that they have made failures In trying to grow alfalfa In most caseS the who have made failure of growing alfalfa not devoted much attention to the study of the plant and have tied In manner that would make success out of the Thc more see of the plant and yF r the stack and all gutters are drained to mare pits i Trap j are placed in the floors for draining away the water and hydran s are placed at convenient points so the entire barn nay be washe down In very short time The wp silos are 16 by 38 feet and are also plastered the inside lined with bi ick which receives coat of plaster Hay orks and feed and litter carriers aie installed and reach all parts of the arm dlIndrawn o the feedropm through eight inch si outs as wanted Silag is passed ddwn the betwee feedrooms and silds keeping the doors closed all dust andIi odors re kept out pf the scow Hay is assed down in the feedrooms for the entire barn at one time thus keeping the dust from the cow barn proIvIdeawoodwork receives three coats of paint The oof is covered with asbestos roofing elt making the entire barn practically fire proof The cost tpi build th s barn was slightly more if built of wood but as it r quIres no paint and few it woulU seem a se 1jt ALANs Ilare supportedon ilThe are u that in he long run cement was the most economical building material for the farm Kindness and cleanliness are the watchword In this barn aid every thing in reason is done to this end The a rangement is such ihat the of caring for and feeding the stock has been reduced to he mini mum an one man can feed the entire barn in i very short time FOR BUILDING WI E FENCES LL GAS PIPE FOR JillHOOK AND WHEEL FOR HOLDING BARBWIRE SLED tRE FOR OLLING BARB fiveeighths a a REQUISITES ALFALFA PLANT Growing Attributable Knowledge B Farmersnot a1falfa growing complaining people have theneedapf question I con t t wash a a chutesI than repairs work UNROLLING t Is showa screw piece whith fits In and bite ics on to the hooks behind the wag n buggy or horse The other two aWIngs are seifexj lanatory topiswire for unwinding verse wi h men who are sucqeeding In growing It the more I am of the opinion that It will grow on maY farms w roMany It are skeptics and will not give lit a fair trial ant many times when they do try It thsy go at It in a halfhearted manner nd throw the seed upon the soil anyv here it happens to drop and condemn the plant If they happen to get unsatisfactory results eking Lime Nitrate A few ousand tons of lime nitrate are made In various parts of Europe using el ctrlc power and combining the nitro en of the air with lime One estimate laced the cost of this nitrate at 52 t 61 per long ton Expert ments ms de with this nitrate in com parison ith the nitrate of soda from Chill ar generally favorable to the artificial especially in sandy soiL rv 1 4 4C lORD OF THE SEA Sir Arthur Knyvet Wilson Com mands Great Britains Navy His Appointment Ends the Fisher Beresford Feud Has Been In Ac tive Service More Than t alf a Century London When Sir John Fisher re tired from the office of firstsea lord of the British navy and was succeeded by Admiral Sir Arthur Knyvet Wilson January 25 the public of England felt not only that the direction pf the greatest sea navy in the world continued in able hands but it probably also heaved a great sigh of relief at the end of the controversies which have attended the administration of lackey Fisher For the retiring first sea lord has had a feud of the first magnitude with Lord Charles Beres ford and the navys discipline has suf fered In consequence Admiral Sir Arthur Knyvet Wilson does not engage in feuds Known as the silent admiral and as Englands best sailor he is exeedingly popular in the navy although a hard disciplin arian because of his recognized abili ty Of all the admlJialsln the world he is considered by the British author sties the ablest exp rt on gunnery strategy anc tactics land has invented a number of devices lof value to naval vesselsIFor more than halta century the coming first sea lorq been in active service As a midshipman 12 years ola he first heard the thundering broad ides of a naval battle in the Cri mean war off Sevastopol In 1854 he took part in the storfng of the Taku forts in China he served in the Sudan campalgt where he won withItsVictoria cross whiol is bestowed only for conspicuous acts of bravery in the presence of the eneny and is more highly prized than a ly other reward that can come to tie British soldier or sailor Moreov r he earned it by an act that doubtles endeared him to every Englishman I fighting the enemy with his fists It was at the bat le of El Teb on the Red Sea coast t lat Capt Wilson as he then was spr ng into the gap when a horde of dervishes broke a corner of a British S ware and single handed checked their fierce rush until some men from the jfork and Lancaster regiments rushed to his assistance But suddenly as hd thrust fiercely s 111Y1R L L LGa3 Q1Y with tits sword the weapon snapped breaking oft squarely almost at the hilt Then the natural weapons of the English captain came into play He let out with his fists right and left bowling the fuzziewuzzies oVer like ninepins and marvelous to relate es caping with only a few trifling wounds when rescued a few minutes later by soldiers and sailors Had anything been lacking to make Capt Wilson popular with his men this incident would have supplies it and his brother officers showed their appreciation of his act by presenting him with a perb nee sword while from Queen Victoria came the coveted cross of bronzeSir Arthur was made a knight com mander ot the Bath in 1902 tad three years later he was made a knight of the Grand Cross Royal Victorian Order first class In 1906 he received still further distinction in the Grand Order of the Bath military order The list of his successive offices is long He became captain in 1880 rear admiral in 1895 viceadmiral in 1901 was aid dl camp to the queen from 1892 to 1895 lord commissioner of the admiralty and comptroller the navy from 1897 to 1901 commander of the channel squadron from 1901 to 1003 commander lnchlef of the home and channel fleets from 1903 to 1907 und admiral ot the fleet in 1907 The king added three superDread noughts to the navy today said one enthusiastic admirer of Sir Arthur when the news that the admiral would succeed Sir John Fisher was an nounced This 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AlbuM 1 olumes- A collection of fknUiiai and traa BcrlptloniMolenit dlllcnltMia mner4 YOU I conulnlnr favorite operas Kart mT Bohc laa Girl lYreisebeetaFrabtavoloxlgoletto VOL II containing U favorlt operas iuCtton Fault Prophet Carmen Aids TannbaawrrrmT8U8rta Ga SGHIRMER NEW YORK THE URaEST MUSIC PUILISHEIS IN THE WORLD EST 1141 t s t I IxI xJ His Successful Demonstration By JOHN K ADAMS i rc Copyright 1309 by Associated Literary Press Lile pinned her wide black hat and sate down on again limply before the mornJriwhich meant that it would ache more before t eday was over Such a long day too with only one Intermis- sIon at lunch time which might cone any time between 12 oclock and 2 according to the amount of business she was doing She set her chin In her hands and regarded her reflection critically Yes her complexion was certainly growing dull her hair life less her eyes heavyliver the doctor would have called It but Lisle knew better It was work and lack of fun and living in a hall bedroom that was well enough In winter when she want e1 to keep warm but In weather like this1 Another year of the city would thinglIkedaily t But she had to live and there was nothing in the world she could d Just at present but demonstrate Van Haps Peerless Cocoa And then cocoashe should hate i J forevermore Had she not loathed the very smell of vanila ever since she had undertaken the demonstration of Arfishs Triple Extract Already th sight of the chocolate cream nauseated her It might be when she had fin isbefl the complete list of foods pun 1pJ2Jz d W- JOCIta1d OaF and otherwise there would be nothing which would smell or taste or look palatable to her because forsooth in tlmacy with them all had bred con temptAnd only 21 with her first sweet heart to get She could have had i1tyof admirers such as they were abut she shuddered at the thought of the average type of masculinity that giShehad been in the city and that was to let the men who came within her radius severely alone She would go alone to the end of her days unless she found a man who was at on worthy of her respect and admiratio- Yet after aUshe did get lonesome sometimes and heart hungry for lights and music and laughter and a devoice ir calling her something sweet and the protection of an arm It was time to go and past time ran She sprang up grabbed hergloves and out of the narrow room which all as of home the city afforded b When she reached the street a found her car had just passed and there would not be another for 10sminutes So it came about that she r morningVan tn castrated along with sundry otherI 4 articles edible and otherwise in the basement of one of the great depart bLisleher hair and went to work For anIhour she had no time to look up Then came a lull and she leaned upon the counter and looked over to the other side of the room where Railers canned products were being demon yestdayar lie young man who had stood there talkIIng for dear life yet looking positive ly and she summoned her kindest smile for him now But the smite stiffened on her face as she saw thatI goodlookIngergy and vim and good nature with a pair of the kindest keenest frankest eyes she had ever seen After that she prtended to be even busier than she was but she could not resist glancing across now arid then to the unusual young man and inv ari ably her glance was accompanied a blush for it encountered his could hear his voice deep pleasant confidenceInspiring What a lot of stuff he was selling He was beating her all to pieces Lisle urged herself to fresh effort Her chance for luncheon came sooner than she expected and she hied herself to the restaurant for her sand waitingtorcame and sat down opposite to her at the same table It was the demon strator of Railers Bestout canned pro ducts Lisle blushed She knew per fectly well that jhe has sought her out and his frank eyes and pleasant smlta were not to be resisted It was a long time since anybody had smiled at her In that way and she responded fn spite of her intel4tton to maintain an air of cold In a few women they were talking as if tlyjy ha always known each other Cramers sick Ifhe explained an Im taking his place Oh its nothing SerIousjust Jaijndlce Hell be out In time to go to his next place the doctor says Lisle was glad to hear that Cramer was really not very sick and she said so But she was more glad to hear that this new manwho said his namo was Travis was to be in the store again tomorrow At the close of their luncheon he thebothm d ooey not matter at all Lisle liked that about him She smilte spec1ngk She went bac c to her work her afteep noon she found him looking at her with his genial smile she smiled uiceamazement she noteqthe closing hour She finished her work with a flourish rind put on her hat feeling that she had done well wasnt so tired as usual tend felt quite happy lookingdownHave a good day Fine So have L Demonstrating is fun Yes It Is It jwas the first Lisle had ever ben able to say thatttruthfully They went out together and took the same car and hung on the same strap aid smiled at each other and talked as fast as they could Suddenly she remembered But Mr Cramer lives in Dual street You are going right out oJ your way Thats so He laughed Ilroff at the next corner and go back At the corner he said Goodby till tpniorrow answeredbackThe hall bedroom seemed a different place that night i Before she retired Lisle did some laundry work that she- dha been neglecting for two weeks She took extra pains with her hair and went to her work fresher and daintier and happIer than she had looked for along time She found a bunch of purple lilacs upon her counter waiting for her When she could get her face out of them she went straight across to him I know where they came from she said You said you were from the coup try and I thought you would like them he said They are my fa vorlte floweriTheyre fine topThank you a thousand times over you know these are the first flowers I have ever had given to me in my life But they wont be the last alnI shant be able to think of anything but these flowers Im afraid He eyes were shining Dont say that His voice was very low I want you to think of me a little Then she went back and work began When noon cam e be was there beside her mheI And she wentto such a luncheon she had never before sat down to Im afraid you are very extrav- gent she chided him gently Well one can be afford to be on an occasion like this He took a row envelope from his pocket Tic ets for The Shop Girl I heard you airs from It today Oh but Ive never heard It Lisle clasped her hands ecstatically and Ive been Just dying to That afternoon went faster than tho previous one As for the evening It fled on waves of light and music When morning came Lisle woke to re member with a pang that this was the last day of the week She was downhearted all the morning Even the bunch oC carnations she four upon her counter failed to lilt her to the heaven of yesterday At luncheon he asked abruptly after malting a cassia study of the faraway look In her eyes Whats the matter little girl Nothing Lesle choked Everything she gasped You are thinking pits the end the week She nodded blinking fast Well it Is his voice was very low friendshipSheonstrator Im a lawyer in a country town I came up belt to see Cramer who used to be my school chum and when he got sick I took his place to help him out Ive deceived you a little but after that first morning when i Saw you I decided I wouldnt tell you until you were willing to hear the whole storyIt And there in the e restau rant over their forgotten ice cream with a fading them Lisle recei ed and accepted her first proposal iE KENTUCKIAN WAS PLEASED HB SECURED A GOOD HALFSEC TION IN CENTRAL CANADA KentuckyfroSta es that there comes the expressi havetakpurchasedIanft t E K Bell of Frankfort Ken tuclcy writes to a Canadian Govem mert Official and says I have vidfounddgary and Edmonton one mile Inc railroad near a good town This is the best country I Over saw or ever exp ct to see I will go in the sprt arid gel to work on my place I thi It Is the coming Country of the World Some of the papers describe these et tlin of the Canadian West as be coming a fever with a great many pec promIsesIsare they who are answering the c of that unsettled territory This p per editorially cautions its readers exercise lore and thought Ing to a distant country befOIemovIbe ai wise precaution and who the Canadian officials Thp success of the settler who has Canada his home for years the best evidence that Can be offer And t the large number of Americans who have made their homes in kado cry few have returned All CanI satisfied IMP RTANT PART WAS TRUE IIIII y FW She to her fiaijce with whom she has j ist broken off her engagement Yoi deceived me everything the you tDld me about your family your posit n and your means was false He It was true about my debts thong ECZEMA ON HANDS RrW I eczema on my hands fortetyears I had three good pone of them did any good I then used one box of Cuticura Ointment and t see bottles of Cuticura Resolvent and was completely cured DIqhanawere aw all over inside out d the e zema was spreading all over m body and limbs Before I had used on bottle together with theI uticu ra phealsuse third bottle I was mtirely dte any one who has a ay skin or disease I would hone tly ad em to fool with nothing else butt get Cutlcura and get well My hand have never given me the least bit of trouble up to now My daughters hands this summer becane perfectly raw with eczema She could get nothing that would do them any good until she tried Cutl Resolventrand Cuticura Ointment and in two weeks therwere entirely cured I have used Cuticura for other members of my family and It always proved sue cessf 1 Mrs M E Falin Speers Ferry Va Oct 19 1909 What the Doctor Did Gustave Ullyatt has a little daugh ter wl o hasnt been well recently The other a was called to exaamine the child with the aid of a stethoscope When her father came thkNo his replied the little girl What did he do asked Mr yatt He just telephoned me allover was the childs reply Denver post The girl who says she wouldnt marry the best man living will Ilive to have the satisfaction of know Ing she didnt TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT TabletdGROVX d dgnntnre Is un each box 5 Macy a girl never suspects a young mans intentions until he asks her f she cin cook WHEN TOOK JOINTS ARE STIFFand muscles sore from cold rheumatism or neural UllePerrvofThe face that lights up in conversa not necessarily lanternjawed = 1j II II U onGW l I R CENTAvfegcfable 4tintfleSlomachsandBo we s or ath INFANTS ltPromotes Digesfion heerful nessandRestContains neither XlOpiumMorphine nor Mineral OT NARCOTIC ItiptefOldDrSAHV lffTCflSlt SkinkHAtl sJtreo Ain Slid Wmil tnWwss I Qrduer ItflA1t40 for StomachDiarrhoeaa toZt4seas and LOSS OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of or THE CENTAUR COMPANY YORKedAtb months old under the Fooda IIGuaranteed of Wrapper A cow and an acre of alfalfa will earn 120 a year in the San Joaquin g J pay from onefourth to one wheat figs and apples delicate grapes thetemperateish side by side hard is young for many profitable crops The point is to make every doaet CatboughtTodayincome of over 2000 a year Fresnoeyears ago Now owns sixty acres all paid for and refuses 12000 for his lace takes an annual profit of 1125000 twentytwoacre f CISIURIA ForInfants and Children The Kind You the 9igvatnreof In Use For Thirty Year- sCASIORIA fila carrVII aoMIn 125000 net from 1200 acres grapes 3200 15000 peachesfromin the San Joaquin Valley California Valley 500IwhiJobuynimproved afiordatYou pallfortheSan nfrombetweennomcthlnrb vined SUNBERRY IMPRW NDERBERRj Have Always Bought Bears Over Carson Reed Reedley Cal from a raisinsnetted endIhaveInterYlewedtestimonyotcropAll thUs valuable information is con landfolderlssWrite fop it giving full name and ad immigrationfree helpsettlepany has no land to sell but I will reliablelandLOTV tare are offered by the Santa sleepersandbe made at other times for a reason toSanCL SEAGRAVES Geaeral Celemutiea AgeM AT5FRySjataa HSGRanwavExcJbaas ewe IlL tasteUnsurpassedThis great garden fruit Is equally valuable In hot dry cold or wet cli mates Easiest plant in the world to grow succeeding anywhere and greatestYused for greens and are superb Everybody can and will grW It wizardorlginatedthesays of it This absolutely new berry plant is of great interest and berriesindescriptionculturefrom wellknown and people all over country Also the Crime of the Wonderberry CHEW TDBACCD TREAT YOURSELF frL i htWEStOiAWIj1What Rbatt breraorbeneeaafIlilnoteoweao n ttanhikertie r AmetlarIr rithe boundary is thoe sands sot V one admitted IAhoere islcaree1 a t orWesternBtates HanltobII6aakatcheean 125 MW HiJl Wf of Wfceii M 1MS iterwlll 1ez cashlitomeateadeot150acesal at 9300 aa acre Railway and 2att Lave paid for tbclrlaaaeut eweSplendId cools faeHitkalowhter eaaUy ektatBed Westpstlenlarsod low settlers rate tlUlt iQII Ottawaicao i I1lrWILi uudc U4 sItdlM Tsla4s OM8 i Ucadreswa D 8URX1R1SIY ft tdents 6 DMPDUNL4If yon are symptoms pales in tide back undershoulder blades sick sour bloated stomach headache t titbadDr5itrkhsttsYtikepound CMMV t nrS Insomnia l somnia with which I havebeen afflicted thatCac I other rem y I have ever tried I shantcertainly recommend them to my h as being all trhosPleasant Palatable Potent Taste Good JJ Do Good Never SlckentWeake or Grips lOco 2Sc SO Never sold le belle The sea 1CUloLive Stock and Miscellaneous ElectrotypesIn at the lowest prices by f WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION SS4W Adams St CHICAGO IIr1Ior1S8 Seeiway 11Seldom its Aside tN1eIorefttt bwlrKaaetzxoperABBORBINE JHTOT iMBkla asSIL landsOottreWen s supplyand e write Book Manufactured l y wrioviervr u0Tmttofltfr ryi 5fROMSEtDI PLANT 1 SUNBERRYTneimprove w aerberrLUTHER ShedSEED assYr lastycar by 361N6 peopleA the THE 8UNBERRY Is an Improved form olUte Woa4erberrywh1di satisfactoryItIsgreatlysuperior 7forb00With Recipes for plckle4jam tensallVegetableSeedBnlbePlanU bnslnessasttimanyBERRY is the GTeatest ever known IAddressJOHN LEWIS UHILDS Floral Park NVa1P SThis offer will not appear again Write for Sunberry seed and Catalogue at Data Do riot AMD SMOKE tothe BEST tA t who tk ntIt free OIJPOHJ fiflliiWi qr AtllipEilsSENT GpwNTiS A 1118- SAVE 1t I T1THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY9 1910 t d Iss SffSS SSSSS SS SS SSSS WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL Wry WattirsM ftftM j Jsavnational Newspaper Democratic in rKt tics It prints all the news without I fear or favor The regular price isfrJjiOO 8 year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and TE SUN BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 15O If fyou will give or send your order to this r papernot to the Courier Journal j Daily CourierJournal one year iit UIO Sunda tfCourier Journal one year i 200 itWecanJgiV8 ygura combinationcut rater r yS on Daily br Sunday if you WIll Write tfi pacer WW WW IIIIIIIIafMARKETS II Reported by Bourbon Stock Journal StoekyardI IIIIIIIIuisv- ille L Feb 22 Cattle Receipts 23 head for the two days 1025 the at fcMtaaee of buyers was very light the tfemancb narrow and market quiet and Behaagerf but little doing desirable fetches cattle fully steady medium linda slow the feeder and stocker Kirket was quotably steady bulls firm J umers and cutters steady milch cows fDehanged no heavy cattle here pens I Bll cleared CaWes JReceips 126 for the two days JfcS the market ruled about steady the Mk of the best 88c some fancy as Jb medium 7Sc common 2 5cIHogs Receipts 95 for the two days 2515 the market ruled 5c higher on bp and steady on other selected 165 A and upr955 130 to 165 lbs 925 gigSf ranged from 855 to 9roughs 1 jSown the pens were cleared very irly in theday and the market closed Jltea ylSheep and Lambs Receipts 10 head jfiif two days 84 the market ruled stea 1 best fat sheep quotable at 3g4Jc Jet iambs 56Jc medium and com men sheep and cull lambs dull GRAIN WHEAT 02 red and longberry 241 25 JTo Z red and longberr 1 201 21 Bejected28c les on levee IJSc lessl COBS ito 2Xo 2 68 Mo Smixed u L 67 OATS Mo white 5oc- Zo Jmixe 2 = === The prices for wheat are thoe paid by deal rthe quotations for corn and oatsaye sell lag prices y- A t Common Cold i We claim that if catching cold could e avoided some of the most dangerous Md fatal diseases would never be heard eft A cold often forms a culture bed for germs of infections diseases Con pneumonia diphtheria and scarlet fever four of the most danger IS and fatal diseases are of this class The culture bed formed by the cold Javor the development of the germs of ftese diseases that would not other wise find lodgment There is little dang er however of any of these diseases Keing contracted when a good expecto rant cough medicine like Chamberlains Coegh Remedy is used It cleans out ffeee culture that favor the dev fi aiiyient of the germsof these disease ti this remedy has proved so versallv successful in preventing TWO TRAINS BETWEEN liOUJJSVJLJULEAUD ST LOUIS VIA 18 311 3131 ww ww wwww ww Ww pneumonia It not cures col- diclytmiztizEgTheq rifKQf con tracting these dangerous For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co LOCUST GROVE IMr Harvey Leachman and wife spent and Sunday with his parents at Pleasant Grove eMrat Springfield from Saturday until Mon day Mr Arthur Whiteman was the guest of E M Leachman Sunday Miss Pearl Jones was in Springfield Saturday Mr Frank Yankey and E M Leach man were callers at S Vanarsdale Sunday afternoon Mr Hugh Leachman and wife spent Sunday afternoon with her mother Mrs Tom Baker Mr Lucian Gregory and wife spent Saturday Evening with Miss Ellen Gregory near Litsey Miss Haryy Vanarsdaie has returned home from a visit to her sister at Columbus Ohio Miss Sarah Reed was the guests of friends at Springfield Saturday night Mrs Sallie Gregory and children spent Friday evening with Mrs Julia Leachman Miss Annie Gregory is the guest of her aunt Miss Nannie Moore of Springfield Miss Mary Blanton has returned to her home at Boston after a two months visit with her sister Mrs Bessie Birch The Best Hour of Life is when you do some great deed or dis cover sbme wonderful fact This hour came to J R Pitt of Rocky MtN C when he was suffering intensely as he says from the worst cold I ever had r then proved to my great satisfaction cureVrtaking one bottle I was entirely cured You cant say anything too good of a medicine like that Its the suresa and best remedy for diseased lungs Hemorrhages LaGrippe Asthma Hay Fever any Throat or Lung Trouble 50c 100 Trirl bottle free Guaranteed by Hay don Robertson SPARROW Mrs Jim Burgin is very with pneu monia lMiss Corda Cranfill is visiting her ur- B Stinnett this week ICharlie Sparrow bought of LaE Hahn a fine much cow for50 Clarence Mitch jE bought from E II I LOW FARES TO THE WEST a D1Y Effective daily March 1 to April 15 1910 oneway secondclass colonist fares win be on sale via The HENDERSON ROUTE to California and North Pacific Cctast Points from Louisville Krto LosygelesSan Phoenix Ariz from Louisville KytPortland Seattle Everett and Spokane SIMILAR LOW PARES TO OTHER PACIFIC COAST POINTS For Full Information write J P gARDNER 8 PL or L F PENN TPA LOUISVILLE TWO TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN LOICTISVILLE AND ST LOUIS VIA r3Ai1art yF IL J 1910 Sparrow a bunch of fat hogs at 7Jc per pound from T C Burgin a bunch of hogs at 8c pei pound Elva Spar wand J T Crutcher made a business trip to Taylorsville Monday Mr and Mrs H Crutcher were the guests of thiir daughter Mrs M H Sparrow Thursday night The following were the guests of Misses Martha and Jim Rose Stinnett Thursday night Misses Effie Nannie Sparrow and Messrs Charlie Stinn ett andT JGrutcher Mrs Sallie Simpson was called to the bedside of her brotheriMr Aiorizo Nut grass of Taviorsville who is very ill with typhoid fever Born to thej wife of Lloyd Simpson a fine girl to the wife of Roam Sparrow a fine boy Staggers Skeptics That a cleat nice fragrant componnd like Bucklen1 Arnica Salve will instant y a I burn cut scale wound or piles stag ers skeptid Hut great cures prove ts a wonderful healer of the worst soi es ulcers boils felonsv eczema skin ruptions as also chappecn hands sprain and corns Try it 25 tHaydonRoUertson In Memor of VVoodson Arnold Indianapblis Ind Feb 14 1910 After rfetur ing home from a sad visi- ttoKentuckyto attend the funeral of iriy dear old grandfather MrWobdson Arnold want to say a few words to the loved ones leit All that loving hands could do for him was donJ every wish h ecebroken daughters and this should be of sweet consol ition as well as he was loverMOU IN NOT THE DEAD Mourn not tha dead who calmly he By Gods o vn hand composed to rest For Hark I voice from yonder sky AWithcrHisFor he has g med the blissful shore Where dw Us serene eternal peace Mourn not tii e dead whose life declares That he ha nobly borne his part For victorys golden crown he wears Reserved r every faithful heart He rests wit i glory wrapped around Immortal c n the scroll of fame His works ha praise shall resound His name ail everlasting name ONE LESS AT HOMEONE MORE IN HEAVEN The charmec circle broken a dear face Missed daj by day from its accustomed place But cleansed and saved and perfected by grace One more in Heaven Another thought to brighten cloudy days for thankfulness and AnotherIeme our souk to raise and Heaven beThatviThateternally Lord Jesus rant us all a place with thee At ome in Heaven FRCM ONE WHO LOVED HIM tlows This thWeward for ai y case of Catarrh that car not be duidd by Halls Catarrh Cure F Ovney Co Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe hinn perfectly honorable in allI business m nsactionan fiqauciallv able byhisKinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taked internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous sui faces of the system Test perbottleTake Ha lls Family Pills for constipa tion CARDWELL E T erkIns sold a horse terry Adkersori or60 Mr anc Mrs Claude ltarMJlS Talmage are visiting Mr C C Pink ston and family this week Mr and Mrs Claude Ransdell of Talmage Mr C C Pinkson and family visited r4H G Newby and family TuesdaybMr George Curry died at the home of his sister Miss Elizabeth Curry Qtd this plac Tuesday FebrUary 9 He iJ had been Ia victim of grip and yellow pjaUndiceone brother and sister survivehima t Struck A Rich Mine S W Bends of Coal City Ala says he struck a perfect mine of health in lr Kingfs New Life PiUs for they cured himof Liver and Kidney Trouble after 12 years of sulferning They are the best pills on earth for Constipation Malaria Headache Dyspepsia Debility 25c at Ha don Robertson i 11 j Are You fSick Much sickness is due to systemYOUlS you cannot get well until strengthYour natures power house the gettbeirthe power is not there the action of the organs is weak and disease sick annessNervine cures the sick because it soothes the irritated and tired nerves and gives the system a recuperateTry not quickly feel its bene ncial effect leadIngb NerInebqternowdo all my own work on the farm iia34andmend It to others JOHN JAMES RIverton Nebr NervInefallatoMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Why Salves Fail To Cure Eczema Scientistsare now agreed that the germs are lodged not in the puter skin Hence a penetrating liquid is required not an outward salye that gs the pores We recpmmend to all eczema pall- sen the standard prescription Oil ot Jw ntergreen as compounded in liquid corm known as D D D Prescripts trial bottle of this D D D PTUS ptiQn at only 25 cents will instan ly relieve the itch We have sold and e commended this remedy for years and know of wonderful cures from its uise We recommend it to our patrons 4Ly don Robertson for that Terrible Itching eptheirapplication of Chamberlains Salve will pesesthis sale by The Leo Haydon Drug fair Dales fixed Secretary Keenon of Harrocsburg Secretary Mullins of Perryville Sec- tarytie Elkin of Lancaster and Secret iary Dunn of Danville met atthe Gilc her House yesterday afternoon and fixed the fair dates of the coming season By the agreement Lancasters fair will held the last week inJuly the Dan fair the first week in August theI fair the second week in August and the Penyyijle fair tne third week The meeting was most pleasant and agreeable and the old wrangle about Harrodsburg and Danyille clam ling the same dates was forever laid in chewith great pleasure by all concerned Harrodsburg Herald A Constipation Remedy Free dailylifethat your bowels move They should move at least once a day naturally helpIfday you can consider yourself constipated and it is time you did something about it there1sQuincyIlltMonahan of Stonewall Miss and many onedayCaldwells Syrup Pepsin was curing their c f TuredCaldwella Syrup Pepsin did should do for you Surely your Ittis no Wrse than theirs one It since 61 It only remainrealize that salts are of but and what you want Is acure that purgative tablets cathartic pills and such violent Sutdowells Syrup is a scientific prepa ration a laxativetonic a mild syrupy that contains ingredients not Hntestinal canberice AforUverand C Send your name and address to the do iF FoIf there is anything about Lyour ailment that you dont understand or It you want St any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There Is no charge for this service The address is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg TilIDrug Store wr1T FII TtustYt 1 Prac- ticalDentist S INGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentaiworkatreasonableprices All wo Otllceover Haydon Barber B D LAKEInsurance Agent sPRtNGFIELDi KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident rellabltdrlcL Your insurance solicited DR M W HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 mi 4 to 5 p m Dr 1L C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OVriCB J HAYDON8 Office Hours 8to9Axt lto2pM- J H LAMPTON MD SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Officephone No 5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 J Night Iflf TSCOTT MAYES ATITYATLAW atwilldnd counties in the Court of Appealt and Federal Cour aniCCMcCHOIDJ ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice injall State and Federal Courts W D tLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW fWillAppealsMARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER iSprineld Ky Office in RObertson Building WashingtonAnca SM CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield KysCrying of public sales a specialty go anywhere reason ble Phone 84 H H IBRUSSELL AudTIONEERjLebanon Ky Rt 3 Crying of public sales a specialty Can cry sales anywhere cheaper than thilaeapest long 1 short Exchange JOHNYMAYES Fuijeraf Director yAnd Licensed EmbalmerI SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention sEveryHandsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 a I a aT UE SUN AND Bothpa perslyr- Bryans Weekly Cpminoner151w Weekly Louisville Herald 1EO American 150 Weekly Cincinnati r lv75 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 emiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Globe Democrat 175 Thri ComeAgriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 150Breeders rGentleman farm11Revts Magazine285 Scnbners Magazinei40 175HarpersHarper s Weekly 485 Sunny So- uth9jL9jLjjjjjj L50 r a i i TN EWOLI9EATESTE1N MAOHOt 1k LIGHT RUNNING Ityou wanteltbera Vlbrat ShntUe ora IUngle Thread rCJwJi rUcAJ Sewing Machine write TIE NEW HIME SEWINI MAMtNE MMPAMt Orange Ma ou Many sewinr machines are made to s llrerardlcis at quality but the NeW Hee if made to weac Our guaranty never runs out Sold by authorized dMers vmlfF- OK 1 EdM Russell l v i t SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN J r We earnestly request the patrons of this column to notify us when sell your stock efc so we candisconthiue the advertisement Under this head all persons who ate eab Bcribers to The Sun may Insert free of charge otherfarmprodnctSLand for sale or for rent not included but In serted in another 11inltMrsC L BradYRt 3 has for sale Pure Bred Plymouth Rocke ge 75 for setting of 15 Mrs R B Cregor Rt 3 Lebnonfi RedCockerelsToledo Poultry Show DeGraffe strain 80c each Eggs from pen 75c for 15 J R Walker Rt 1 has fqr sale a ce rockaway mare mule well broke fa nice black Jack coming 3yearsoW C L BradyRt 3 has for aaie Tim JJtJibblehayJ B Peyton Rt 4 has for sale a lot 0 of good seed corn White Dant and Yellow T A Grundy Rt lhas for sale from 150 to 300 cedar posts Will sell reas enable iS C C Christie Lebanon Rt 3 has or sale a good Milk Cow W D Claybrook City has for sale thoroughbreed P lan China Boar HogV Dee Riley Rt 3 has for sale 2 ricks j of hay One timothy and one mixed I J I Royalty Springfield fcasfor sale 50 extra good brood ewes J Mrs JI Martin Rt 1 has for sale SCRhode Island Red Cockerels 1iand2 i DB Wilson Rt 3 has for sale about 2000 hickory split tobacco sticks Hite Clements Rt 2 has for sale bout 150 bushels of Orchard Grass eed Phone 1076 Sam L Ray Lebanon Rt 3j has for sale 45 firstclass stock ewes Will sell m bunches to suit purchasers eldh erels at 100 1Boxwill sell reasonable Will sell in tsof 25 bushels or all Miss Julia Parrott RtS has for i sale Bourbon Red Turkeys for v Toms and 2 for Mrs J R Claybropke Ji t3nas forsale Red Turkeys S3 for Toms 2 for Hens P M Howard jftt 4 wants to buy atD regterT J Grives 4I Seld has for sale about KciJtiekyRiyer Water k Maple shade tteW lfflcabd20c 2ach Mrs R D Lae4 prirgfield has for ale BufF Orpinpton piillets Mrs Sam Tucker JRt 1 has forsale pure bred Rhode Island Red Roosters and Pullets 75c each isj GRAVEL SWITCH G W Hays sold to Clay Key a mare jast week for 105 Miss Zora Funkof Providence way the guest of Miss PearJ Williams last eek Master Gilbert Inman spent last week with his grandmother Mrs Sarah Hunt lcy at Riley Mr J F Isham moved to near Per ryyille last week and Mr Wallace M- carthymovd to the house vacated by Mr Isham Mr Joseph Whitehouse our rot lcar skport otehd is now some better Mrs Mattie Lanham and daughter Miss Vidlav spent last Thursday with Mrs Lanhams daughter Mrs Lee Harmon Mr Alva Drain and family recently visited Mrs Sames iLanham t neap Leb non I