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Digital page images are linked to the text file. st t S vrk 4i rA fir t I l t DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON C UNTYf lcf t tji I 7 r i JYkIME YID SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 9 1910 NIMIEI 14 UNpDAVE 1CROUCHDIES i At His Home Near Willisburg halDeathsOf The County r Uncle Dave Crouch known for many I yerfrsiasii faithful public official and a quaint character of Washington county 4fied at his home between Willisburg and Tatham Springs Friday morning March 4th nt 10 oclock Uncle Dave had for years been a sufferer from sto much ttoclb1e themal icb caused eyhisfore fiis death that he was compelled to take to his bed which he was destined never to leave aliye Uncle Dave was idol ize by his family aflid honored andre t spectedby his neighbors who gave him every attention during his sickness The deceased had passed the three score and ten mark and during many Fyears of his life had served the people of toe neighborhood by filling most cred itably the office ot constable Years ago the office was hot a sinecure by any means but Uncle Dave never faltered in the peremance of his duty be the danger fJtf fy Mflit He waS married hViCheathtni who survives To this union eleven chiWrea were born nine of whom eight fans and one daughter 1IIsprylve oeiersoa and one daughter hav ing preceded fceir father to the grave I Hwfaneiii sermon was yreacfc d at ockbrioe church on Saturdty felev r Simms and tba Temains coofifiM to mother earthna lie cemetery jn the rear df tie church where rest the ashes of many of the best and truest men andS women the county has produced Hundreds of friend were present to pay ththeliving can payitpthe dead 4 death the circumstances of which were especially sad was that of Mrs Berttie Shewmaker wife of John Shew maker who died of pneumonia at the home of her father Robt Mattmgly Friday March 4th Only eleven days before the death of Mrs Shewmaker her brother Joe Mattinjfly had died of pneumonia and it was while attending his funeral that Mrs Shewmaker be came so ill that she was unable tore turn to her home but was compelled at o atop her fathers where she lingered a sufferer until relieved by death The funeral services were conducted by Rev Wolfe of the Christian church on Sat urday and the remains buried In th Mackville cemetery The deceasedwa only twentyfour years of age at the time of her death Her husband and one little girl survive Mr Joe Jo ns inone of the best known citizens ot the western portion of this county died at his home near Manton on March 2 1910 of tubercu losis The deceased was 63 years of age and is survived by four children three sons and one daughter The funeral services were held at Fredenck town and the interment was in St Dominic cemetery The infant child of Prof C 0 Dur ham died at the home of its parents at Texas last Sunday and was buried at Bethlehem cemetery on Mon ay More Than a Century A hundred and two years old is Mrs Teresa Devine of this vicinity Seldom is it the lot ot a person to live to celebrate the hundrath anniversary of his or her birth but such is the rare fo tune of Mrs Teresa Devine who is one f hundred and two this February the 22nd and today she still enjoys good health and the people of this communi ty wish her great happiness and many more years Mrs Devine has bee married four times nd has eight child rent only two of whom are living Mr Marion McCarty of Indiana and Mrs Mary Lee Walls of Marion county She has seen all ot the little iow s around grow from a few shanties to their present prosperous and populous condition cities of several thousand in bitants and remembers when the came to the cabindoor and howl ed and when the statS all fell before the war HerlaSt husband died nineteen years ago since which time sh has lived with her daughter Mrs Lee Wails In spite of her years sh helps cook and wash dishes and sweeps and makes up her own bed She does these things for the reason that she likes to do them and keep herself busy She is quite active has extra good- esight hears well and has as good a memory as one of fifty or sixty years She has many relatives and friends over the county and in Marion county especially all of whom send her greet ings and a wish that she may live to see many other anniversaries of her biirrh Lick Run Correspondent in Marion Falcon MURDER CASE I CONTINUED Holliday Trial Goes Over to Next Term of Circuit CourtrTwo Wurder Cases Next Week +When the case of the Commonwealth vs Freesia Holliday charged withkillI ing Thos Ward was called last weeke the Commonwealth ahnqunced ready flcontrnuarince of material witnesses The at torneys for the commonwealth refused to admit the statements contained in e affidavit filed by the d fendant and the Court granted a contir uance to the next term of Court Tie Commonwealth was represented y Commonwealths Attorney Hill C unty Attorney Moyes and J W S Clements The defendant by J W Lewis W C Me Chord and W D Claybroo ce The grand jury on Mond ly returned indictments for murder in he first d gree against Henry Davison fox killing Prentice Boblitt and against Joe Reed and Rod Johnson for killing John Kim berlin The trial of the fo mer is set for Thursday March 17and of th latter for Monday March ijlth Oscar Graves a well known farmer ofititila county was adjudged a lunatic Holiday Circuit Court eWhitemanCanary Miss Adra Canary daughter of Mr Abram Canary and Mr Arthur White man son of Mr Henry Whiteman were quietly married by Rev Wolfe pastor of the Christian church at the home of the brides uncle Mr Robt Canary this oclockiJThe bride is a beautiful Youngwoma not yet out of her teens who for som time has been making her home wit Mr and Mrs Robt Canary while a tending the High School at this place She is posessed of a sweetness of di position and a grace of manner whit liave won for her as friends all with whom she has come in intimate The groom is a wellknown young farmer who lives in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood where Mr and Mr Whiteman will make theirj home The Lash of a Friend would have been about as welcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Yas a me r cileps racking cough that defied remedies for years It was me writerme use New Discovery which cured me rTPletely I never coughtat night now Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore hemorragie It relieves quickly and never fails to 1n00 ar anteed by Haydon Robertson + liTOBACCO WAREHOUSE To be Used as Loose Leaf Market To be Built at Once Makes T ree For The Town eWhen the tabacco market of 1910 beenebuilt at this place another large tobacco warehouse to be usedPais a marked for the sale of loose leaf tobaccolA corp oration hsbeen stockholders of which are among the most prominent farmers of tne County Men who are able to command a con siderable quantity of the tobacco raised in this anq adjdining counties The new warehouse will be 200 feet by 100 feet and will be equipped with all of the conveniences of an up to da e ware house It will be built on this lot on the north of West Main which has bees purchased rom Mrs Palmer Grundy Work will begin on the plant as soon as Spring comes knd the building will be completed before the time jfor the first sale in the fall of 1910 The new corporation will be known as the Springfield Loose Leaf Tebacco warehouse Company This makes the third warehouse tor tha sale sale of tobacco to be erected here withink haveIbeen in operation during the present salasseasonThe quantity of tobacco r and handled in this and adjacient counties justifies another sales how ver IGflES4 1NCE CIVIL WAR Top Hogs Gq to 1025 And Seem To UPI Hogs started out today at the Bourbon Stock Yards as if they meant to- go to 11 in thet course of a week 01 so Tops sold atx1025 an advance of yeseterday and a nc w high record since the Civil War Thire were only 170 hogs on sale Other grades were from ten to fifteen cents higher than yesterday ratherelight but prices were unchanged Clay Apprehended Charley Clay t ie negro boy who cut Estill Hardin last week as reported in The Sun of Marc 2nd was arrested on Wednesday of las t week at the home of Garfield Devine just over the line in Mercer county He was taken into custody by the de uty sheriff of Mercer county and lodged in jail at Harrods toCHarrods thke boy back to Sprin field he is now juryPwill investigate the cutting of indictmenttagainst his assails t Citizenh progressivetcitizen has fully Completed the hand some thirtystall very stable on Dan MrsW W Hatchett who is running the place with great su cess Mr DeBaun is making arrange ents to purchased more land upon wh ch to erect several additional dwellings Danville Advoc Btate It Saved His Leg II All thought Id lise my leg writes J A Sorensen of Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had kit last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well Infallible for skin eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Haydon Robertson a ii RAISE A PIG ai-rS U wish to own an auto that will travel fast and far tlIfyo Raise apfgi you have a dear desire for a splendid private car a Raise a pig If your daughter yearns for jewelsthat will mace a lurid blaze Or yourwife would he a leader where some other matron sways ll If you wish to give up toiling and in comfort spend your days There a way dont overlooks it Raise a pig i If youre sick of serving others and are longing for a change Raise a pig V If you wish to gaze at wonders that are far away and strange J Raise a pig If your son would like to squander money on a chorus grl If you yearn to own a castle having walls inlaid with pearl If your darling daughter wishes to be married to an Earl Theres a waydont overlook it ExchangeoMERITED HONOR Conferred on Washington County jiGirl Miss Nancy Shehan 1 Orator at Corner Stone Laying Miss Nancy Shehan daughter of Dr j N Shehan of Maud was recently the recipient of quite theiWestern State Normal School at Bowl ins Green where she is at school Miss- Shehan fvas selected from the Life Certificate class to deliver an oration at the laying of the corner stone of the new Normal building to be erected Her subject was Womans Position in the Intellectual March of Kentuckyl a rather comprehensive subject but one whjcb was handled so well by Miss She hen that upon its conclusion Goy V ill son was so impressed that he said A true daughter of Kentucky A most eloquent address The occasion of the laying of the corner stone was celebrated with addresses by Gov Willson and others music etc but no feature was mor e enjoyable than that of the address by Miss ShebanIThe Girl from U S Arr The theatrical season is now drawing to a close and it is probable that not a great number of attractions remain to be seen at the Opera House Manager Hayden has however secured at least one great attraction for this place before the close of the season This is the sparkling musical comedy The Girl From U S A which ir presented by a company of over thirty people and with a chorus whose beauty of face and of attire will even more than cause the SltIeup take notice The music of this musical comedy is said obe catchy the staging and costumes effective and something unusual in musical comedy that there is a distinct and welld tined plot nThe Girl From U S A This musical organization is billed to appear here March 17 and tickets wil- be on sale at the Red Cross Drugstore The Sun and CourlmJoanuu tLtt Creamery Sold The lot and plant belonging to the Washington County CreameryASsocia- tion w resold at public auction Satur daand knocked down to E S Mayes Jr for the suns of 731 Some of the utensils which were used when the creamery was p operation sold for about 20 The Creamery Association was incorporated and began operating about three years a lastisummer when its operation was die continued becauseeo its being a losing croposition Splendid butter was made and found a ready sale at good prices but not enough milk was furnished to make sufficient b paytMr Mayes will probably use the building for a tenant house Johnson Declared Nominee At the meeting of the Democratic committee of the Fourth Congressional District held at the Old Inn m Louisville last Saturday Hon Ben Johnson was nominated for the third time for Congress This is alsoithe third time that Congressman Johnsbn has received the nomination without opposition The committee further demonstrated their comfidence in the ability and integrity of Mr Johnson by unanimously indors- ing his condidacy foil the gubernatoraJ nomination jiext yea jHon Sam Ti Spalding of Marion County presided over the meeting and Washington county was represented by Jos Polin chairman of the Democratic county committee Easter Sale jv The Ladies of tIle Presbyteiian church will have an Easter sale on Satur day March 26 ThY will have for the public cakes salad dresssd chick ens hams and mos everything for your Easter dinnery Hand us your order and it will be appreciated A Man of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and remendoc1r en ergy are never found where Stomach oId f KingsNew body25c MULENEARf CENTURYMARlff Still Able to Do a Good Day t5PvWorkt Asa Colt Harrodsburg Ky March41 ihUI often been sail that a mule and an office holder never die and a corrobo riotl the longevity ofat least one of theee animals is to be found in Old lkePa mule belonging to K B Shouse of this county Ike s history is most inter estmg He belonged first to Mr v Shouses grandfather and when he died at the age lof eightysix Ike was given to his eon who was the father ofthe pre towner When the tocsin op the Civil war was sounded over the I land Mr Shouses father saddled Old Ike and and started out with thesoldier boys to fight for the Union Together- they braved many a fierce encounter and met with many exciting adyen tures At the Battle of Ferryville Old Ike and his rider wrain the thickest of the fray This battle was fought October 8 1862 When the white winged dove of peace once more spread its wings oer the strifetorn country Old Ike and his master worn and weary and battlescarred turned their steps homeward once more Mr Shouse says his father always loved his faithful old comrade i and used to point with pride to the flU S branded on t 1heJMi he passed away thirty seven years s he left the mule to his Sn the pre o tsent ownertyrMr ShouF e says the mule hs elpediv to pull a thresher every year xIwaassisted in building over or tylturnpikes since belies owned him Heis afamily pet and in spite of his great age has never seemed to lose the fire and ainbi tion ot his youth Mr SKbujesays he is as hale and hearty now as when las father left him to his care and that hQ was offered K for him three different times this week But Mr Sho use looks on the mule as an heirloominhisfamily fforthat from what has been handed dos to him he knows the mule is between ninety and one hundred years old Itch Relieved AtOnc F That terrible itch disrppears with thY the First Drops ota simple compound of oil of wintergreen thy olandgIYJs cenne mixed in D D D This soothing healing lotion used ex ternally tills the ecezema germ instant ly Heretofore the D D D remedy hu been sold only in 100 bottles dut as a special offer any sufferer iIt this town who has never tried D D D can now v try this remedy ina special bottle at 25c It cures the itch instantly WV know this For sale by Haydpn Rolm eitson The Sun and CourierJournal 11M The Springfield Sun 100 per year 1111111Pumps TinningM Plumbing For all Kinds of Tinning and Plumbing call on HATCHETT McPHERSON We dour word promptlJAll work Guaranteed Leave orders at Barber Pettus Hardware Store and they will receive prompt attention I 4 f r I The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Do not masticate the tag on your loaf qfbreaiIOld age brings experience This rale sometimes works backwards s ygoodby soon to the tramp con for it Is on Its way Boston has not become excited as jrtfr over the price of beans Is It coming to the point where a dancer cannot be graceful In clothes Sometimes it does not make for ultimate speed to take the fastest train There faa great difference between peanut farmer and a peanut poll Tht1c1i1LA Grand Rapids man was killed by t roll of print paper A single copy auflcei in some cases A Brooklyn widow advertises for a husbana with a million She must mean a million of faults The earth travels nearly three million miles a day and we are all of us more traveled than we hod supposed I itUthecare of itself Too bad that the work of canal untHow would you like to be a perfect thforThe fellow who designed this sea sons neckties apparently went on the motto When In doubt use purple stTheene According to the overworkedb postoffice employes are lions in it So Latham has reached an altitude of 3600 feet in his aeroplane What a long drop that would make if any thing happened A Frenchman is reported to have risen saLarthestto farthest up The per capita money of the coun try 13483 But the ultimate con Burner still appears tohavfi more ap petite than money One of the troubles about getting along without meat is that there are ao few other things to eat tfon91 doesnt like prunes LoiS of character is always deplorable but it would be the tip top of good luck for some men if they could lose their reputationoA Jerseyman wont permit any fly Ing over his property This may go tor aviators but who Is to make the mosquitoes observe it A Texas man has traded 100000 acres of land for 100000 gallons oltwhisky Simply a matter ofex tag acres for headachers An Ohio paper complains because calves livers cost 25 cents a pound Why not look on the right side No falfs liver weighs many pounds A French aviator is re orfed to shavetree and escaped injury Sounds like the twentieth century Baron Munchau Mn St Louis butchers say that objec SIambWe had supposed it was in part 01 factory The glrlSought to remember that the less money Yale boys spend for riolets oh the occasion of the junior prom the rfiore money they will have to buy engagement rings An unusual marriage took place In Gotham when the woman teller of one of the banks married the masculine teller of another With both tellers thus united the tale of love should have been well told Those fourteen California students who have been living on sulphurcured fruit since September have gained weight instead of losing It About the only thing proved by such tests so farr is that the surest way to get fat 4s to join a poison squad A big storm at sea sometimes does unexpected stunts A ship whic went ashore on Brant Point during th Christmas gale was caR vied so high and dry tha no hope was entertained of getting her back to the wat r But the latest tempest that swept the stern New England coast generated a high tide whicbcar ned the vessel to her former element and to everybodys surprise she was found substantially uninjured ThnJ appears to have been one of old Xep tunes practical jokes An airchambered target that was characterized unsinkable was sent from the Brooklyn navy yard to the Philippine Islands where it was promptly sent tothe bottom with two broadsides from the cruiser Charles terns sixinch guns It cost 15OQO Jfrut this Is a small item if the expert imeht will afford light as to methods r by which ships and targets may be- 1IUde absolutely unsinkable The sunis now moving northward ntMt ifl u6tMJoing It heieerakeiter V JUTery cautious and orderly v BOND ISSUE BILL KilLED FAILED TO RECEIVE NECESSARY orcONSTITUTIONAL alJORITY EATON RAISES POINT OF ORDER County Unit Measure Passes Hoqe Drys Hope jto Squeeze It Thresh Senate But Wets Are Actively atI onWorkFrankfort KyThe 500f00 bond issue bill introduced by Senator B M Arnett was killed oh a point of order it had seemed to have passed e fight on the bill was led Sen at 56orSenator Linn who moved toreeou ai olderday had voted with the majority and could not now to the M ofllth Senator th freside as the bill having the emergency clause required a constitutionalo majority Finally the was on passage and was carried by a vote 17 to 14 and the emergency clause having been stricken out President Cox declared the bill passed Just a moment said Senator Eaton whoahad joined hands with Senator Berlatram I arise to a point of order Seeatfon 46 of the constitution provides at any meaSure creating a debt iist receive constitutional majority and as this measure only received 17 tThe the ate auditor to advance the assessor Jefferson county 1500 a month to e later deducted from his commissions passed 30 to 1 The senate bill to pay the expenses of the state tax commissioner amounting to 2322 passed 24 to 1 Senate Bill 52 giving women the right to vote in school elections and to hold school offices was amended by making a property qualification neces ry for a woman to so vote Passed s amended 17 to 12 Senate Bill 12 providing a penalty for misfeasance and malfeasance In the office of county school superin tendents passed 27 to p Senate Bill 40 to permit sheriffs to give bond fqr collection of county levy taxes in a definite sum instead of double thEfamount of the taxes to be collected passed 27 to Rellefto Burley Growers When Gov Willson affixes his signature to the bill introduced in the house by Representative J S Steers f Grant county making warehouse receipts by corporations negotiable nd transferable the bill will become a law It will relieve the situation of the tobacco growers in the burley dis tricts Under the provisions of this act the tobafcco growers will be able o borrow all the money obtainable on their tobacco as soon as it is delivered to the Burley Tobacco warehouse companies The bill passed the house and the senate unanimously The bill providing for the chang ing of the time of holding courts In the First Judicial district passed tile 28 to Changes in Parole LawtThe bill to repeal the parole law and enact a more liberal act In Its place was iassed the house sTheenate Bill 79 providing for changing ne of the penitentiaries into a state reformatory In which convicts under 30 years of age shall be confined ex cept by habitual criminals was passed by a vote of 76 to 4 tPleaClaiming that Ohio river packet companies will virtually be forced out of business If the commerce law paSSes the Kentucky legislature the Louisville board of trade voted to send a delegation to Frankfort to de teat the measure The measure places regulation Of packet companies under the jurisdiction of the interstate commerce commission The board holds that such a law would greatly damage rivet trade With a hip andi1jhurrah the county unit passle house by a teot 63 28 and wlll be sentito the sei teThe supporters of the bill have not the same hopes that It will pass the senate as n1ld the house By parliamentary tactics however the bill may be put on its passage and then Its lkel y that it will be passed but the wets will not be idle The Waggoner county unit bill was reported to the senate as having JRSed the house 911d was alloved o take its regular course v The rules committee called from the orders of the day H B 34J W Holland To regulate the establish 1J11W11Wf1fWJ JT LETERLEE ELECTED State Board of Forestry Agriculture and Immigration Settles Contest Frankfort KyThc last chapter of the State Farmers Institute was closed when the state board of for estry agriculture and immigration met here and after hearing the evi dence In the contest of J T Leterlee against L L Dorsey both of JefTersbn county for the seat qn the board rLet rCPfer ment of Industrial schools The bill provides that before any school college or iistitution is established per mission o operate such an institution must be ad by the legal voters in the precinct in which such institution Is sought to be located The provisions of this t ct do not apply to cities ot the first second third or fourth class to schools colleges and institutions ready in existence The bill was ssed b r a vote of 63 to 7 This bill will pre ent the establishment of the Lincoln Institute in Shelby county if it pas es the senateiIn the house as a minority report from the committee on suffrage and elections Col RD Hqnter of Winchester submitted a favorable report the Graves bill granting women uffrage In school matters The nUn rity report was defeated by a vote 043 to 37 in effort to substi tute it f r the majority report Senate bill No 77 the Thomas bill providini for the parole and indeter minate s ntence passed by a vote of to 20- Repres sntative Carter offered a res utlen seconded by Holland that J ouse Bill 469 orlgiroted by the rules committed authorizing the issuance Inter stbearing warrants to pay claims against the state be taken om the orders of the day and placed upon its mssage An amendment was b Carter providing a flat rate f interei t of 5 per cent saying this was to prevent warrants being split into smal amounts which amendment was adop ed The bill was passed by a vote of 63 to 7 In the enate the bill providing for n amen meat to the present libel w was assed creating practically new sti tute and protecting the papers or publications sv a retraction Willson lamed for Lack of Funds Arraign sent of Gov Willson forusqu nderlng the states money in his war on night riders o a upffor the pi rpose of swinging the re cent municipal election in favor of former M iyor Grin tead are two features of t le report submitted by Senator E II Taylor chairman of the committe on military affairs The report of the committee says it was embarrassed by the failure of the state examiner to have inspected the departmei t of adjutant general The committee began by setting out that 389000 las been spent on the state guard in wq years 189000 of it for active militia practically for the night ric er trouble One item was 10000 to a Hopklnsville liveryman for horse hire It sets out that the militia wi s sent into 34 counties and- yb admission of Gov Wilson into practical all of them without request of the local authorities The commIt teedeclles thislaction of the govern or to be a flagrant violation of the constitutlpn and ithe bill of rights say- Ing that sent troops in some in stanceSWithoutJtho e necessity of it ascertaining the need he civil author ties Cor erolttiges it termed the night rl the committee says it must mqVe stronffly condemn the acts 3f the governor for violating the plain letter of the law The committee stout at great length the raid on a Woodman the World lodge at Wallonia Trleg bounty by a detail o soldiers seeking alleged night rid rs and of the 1leged desecration cf Masonic propcrtyih that raid The committee recijtes that the adjutant general declined to go Into this mat er spying he was not on the defensive The committee expresses he ophi on that had the 189000 not been sp nt for active militia by governor the treasury wjould not thin o deple ed The come tax amendment to the Federal Constitution approved fn a cbrrecte resoluion offered by Mr Brooks was passed by a vote of 77 to 3 The fl rst step toward the Investiga ion of he office of Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin was when Repre sentatiy j Owings offered a resolution which as adopted authorizing the committee on agriculture pf this house to investigate the condition of the depjartment of labor and statistics Tlie resolution sets out the fact that it lias been charged that politics has been injected Into the State Farmers Institute and the committee Is1 directed to investigate this conditIon The ouse passed the bill of JSSteer providing for the careful hand ling of gasoline in uniform tanks pro hiblting the use of tanks for oil f 9 to 6 Senator r Ryan of Louisville saw his bill making the members of the Louisville board of waterworks eligible to succeed themselves in office enacted 25r to 0 It also provides that the maximum amount of refunding bonds i jay be Increased by fiOO000 Senator Cat Letts bill to pay jurors aeIlag for a board of forestry rind ap proprIa ing 20000 to establish the derartrr ent was passed practically without opposition itf f wir FWRECEIVERS REPORT CONFIRMED Big AmongCreditorsLexington KyIt is expected that LOOOO Owill be distributed at once to claimants against the Southern 3Hi tual Investment COI as a result of the confirmation of the report of Receiver J C Rogers by the circuit court here The investment failed spv eral with nearly 3000 claiu ants In every tate of tho Unl v r yearago t I What Is- Throughoui Happening the State TAKES ISSUE WITH TAFT Djrector of State University Refuses to Accept Chief Executives Die Jum as to What Is Whisky Frankfort KYtVhiskYunder Uncle Sams law is notiwhisky under Kentucky law according to rules and regulations just prepared by Director M A Scovell of the experimental station of the State university which are submitted to Gov Willson in a report Prof Scovell takes radical issue with President Taft and declines to accept the chief executives dictum that neutral spirits reduced by water to the proof pf whisky and artificially colored is jvhlsky He holds that the regulations of the national govern ment are not in harmony with the true intent of the Kentucky law and therefore promulgates regulations of his own The report of Director See veil is not confined to whisky but gives a long and extremely interesting If tof food and drug products on the market in which he has found injurious preservatives and other chemicals CRECELIUS LAW UPHELD Court of Appeals Declares Act Is Con stitutional Frankfort KyThat the Crecelius law which imposes a fine upon the grower for selling pooled tobacco and on the dealer for gbaccothe court of appeais The case was that of Commonwealth against Thom as Hodges and R C West of ChrisI tian county and the judgment of the Christian circuit court Is reversed The opinion is written by Commis stoner Clay and says that neither tile state nor federal constitution Is vio lated by the act which is a protection to the grower and the dealer Hodges and West were indicted for violation of the law but the lower court sustained the demurrer to the indictment The decision will be of farreaching effect in the state where numerous prosecutions have been brought under authority of this law I FINED 500 FOR RUNNING RACES Minimum Penalty Is Assessed Against Latonia Racing Association Independence KyThe Kenton circuit court considered the two indict ments returne4 against the Latoniti Racing association for runnlngj races without a license from the commission Mr Harvey Myers represent ing the defendant demurred to the in dictment and the court overruled it and then an agreed case was made up of one of the indictments and a fine ot5QO was assessed which is the minimum penalty and the agreed case Is to be taken tb the court of appeals as a test case the other cases to abide the result of the teat case in the upper court INCREASED EARNINGS SHOWN Favorable Repot Is SemiAnnual Statement of Louisville Nashville Railroad Louisville Ky The semiannual statement of the LouisVHIe Nash ville Railroad Co for the six months ending Dec 31 shows a surplus ape 65142SThison the COJOO000 stock of the cost pany The gross earnings increased 82499632 apd the operating expanses for the period increased 499254 This percentage of operating expenses to the gross earning declined 424 per cent The surplu earnings Increased 2281700 FATAL RAILROAD WRECK Two Men Instantly Killed and One Fatally Injured In Louisville Louisville KyTwo men were instantly killed and one fatally injured when a Baltimore Ohio freight en glne turned over In UQ east yards of this city Tom Merely and an un liderltified fireman were killed outright Engineer Emmett Chapin Is fataly IIi jurad The cause of the wreck is not knoyn Lexnston KyThe schedule com Imttee ct the Blue Grass league agree d at a meeting here that each of the six teams shall lay 130 games the season to open May 5 and close Sept lSThe opening gaines will be Paris vs Lexington at Lexington Wlhchester vs Hichmond at Richmond and Prank fort vs Shelbyville at Shclbyvjlle Carlisle Ky Circuit Judge Fryer granted Robert BArr jr charged with complicity iu killing of Hiram Hedges ball fcr appearance In sum of 10000 which he executed Immediately Newport KyJohn J Ryan add J another link to his chain of theaters in the vicinity of Cincinnati when he closed a deal for the purchase of the property northeast corner of Sixth and Monmouth streets where he will build the largest playhouse in this city Qanville KyThe greatest raid on blind tiger keepers in the history of Uunville was made by four police officers Twentytclght offenders were landed In the workhouse An hearse was fused as a p trw oldI DELEGATES DISGUSTED Because of injection of Politics Into Farmers Institute Many Mem bers Quit Frankfort JKy Disgusted with tint politics that has been brought into the State Farmers Institute by the office of the commissioner agricul ture in the effort to beat J W New manof Versailles secretary of the State fair miore than half of the dele gates to the institute left for their homes Thd state board of forestry immigration and agriculture decided to retain Newman secretary until the contests are decided Officers elect ed President Frank M McKeeVrfallies vice president Fallsburg secretary treasur r WTChilton 1 Campbellsburg executive committee M B Macklin Forks of Elkh biT J BIgstaff Mt Sterling and L L Dorsey Anchorage The Kentucky Corn Growers association elected Frank McKee president Ver sailles Dawson vice president RusseIivill George Roberts secretary Lexington A H Gilbert treasurer Lexingtdh district representa tives W B Finch Hlckman S T Gorin GreepBburg W H Clayton Hebron L D Sandlin Oneida N G Underwood Olive Hill The annual corn show will be held at the State university at Lexington NOVEL ISSUE BEFpRE COURT Burley socIety Brings Suit to Settle lltrlcat Question Lexingtorj KyA process from the Fayette circuit court to enjoin the sale and delivery of a crop of tobaccd rown by J N Wallace on the farm o t Dr Frarik Bryant In Scott county was served on Messrs Wallace and Bryant and the officials of the iCentral Kentucky tobacco warehouse at the Instigation of the Burley Tobacco society The crop was grown on shares arid Wallace pooled his half white that of Dr Bryant is uripooled Dr Bryant claims that his contract with Wallace because of the fact that it Is stipulated that the proceeds from the sate of tie tobacco and not the tobacco1 itself is to be divided an milled the corttract made by Wallace with the EJurldy society The society however holds that the contract between the lanilord and the tenant does not prefacribe the manner in which the tobacco is to be sold nor by whom and that therefore the tenant has as much right as the landlord to determuie tlC method of sale and to make the sale The society asks the court to order that the tobacco be divided anil the landlord and the ten ant each b permitted to dispose of his half as sujjts him It is the first case of Its kind to come up here RAILROAD COMMISSION REPORT Slight Gaiji Made in Operating Mile age of Railroads Frankfort KyThe thirtieth an nual report of the Kentucky state rail road commission shows operating mileage ofi railroads in Kentucky for 1909 to be i3582 For the year 19Q8 it was 3574j making a gain of eight miles for 1J909 The assessment made by the railroad commission of tangible property of the railroads for the past year was 6581383850 Following are gross and net earnings of all rail TOadS in the state for the year ended 1909Total gross receipts for the year 1909 4027591609 Increase 126716 Iotatl net receipts for the rear190b 14119190 increase 3351436 Operating mileage 1909 3582 Incrfease miles 8 Valuation of mileage bridges and brldgeapproaches tctal 59o4394o5d Increase 1867 85150 The valuation of other prop erty 1909 C844S95 The number of accidents to persons resulting in death for the current year are Employes killed 190 20 decrease 28 Em s 1909 1156 increase 16Passhgers and others killed 1909 317 decrease 7 Passengers and otfi era injured 1909 192 increase 72 To tal killed k908 167 total killed 1909 137 decrease 30 Total Injured 1908 1258 total injured 1909 1347 in crease 89j LATONIA JOCKEY CLUB MEETING iEight Are Announced for Spring Meeting June 6 to July 9 =JyTlie eight sthkcs for the Latonla Jockey clubs spring meeting which will be held ths year from June 6 to July 9 were announced The entries will close on March 17 The overnight purses will dbe 300 400 hnd500 The stakes range in value from 1500 to 4000 the La tonla tiby pf course being the greatesV In value The Cincinnati Trophy hits a value of 2500 attaclied to It with the Independence Hand cap and the Cincnnat Hotel Hamli cap valueff at 2000 each The CUp setta Stakbs Brewers Exchange Hand leap Merchants Stakes and the Har old Stakes are worth 1500each The total valuiof all the stakes Is 16500 Lexington KyLiccnse for saloons In this cid remains at 150 annually The ordinjance providing for an ih crease Io300 which was offered fis a comproritJse on Mayor Skains suggestion that it be made 500 failed to pass at a jspeclal meetlng of the city Kysnm L Lnwrenw a was found dead on the roadside near his home His body was bruised in several places and authqrJUesbeieVe he was raur Ithe 1 J J iI S- llER OWES LIFE TO Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound withfallingf tors said Icould not Ia4 not stand the strain of one so I wrote to you sometime ago 2P about my health i1iicJ li and told me 5 Thattodo After EWs iIlllll ble Compound and amtodayaDLLydia pound made from native roots and AIIILfuldrugsfor the largest number of actual cures of female diseases of any similar medicine in the country and thousands ot intheMass from women who have been otfemalecerationdisplacementsfibroidtumor911 backache prostrationEvery PinkbarnsVegetable IfYouwou1dlikapecIn1athr1ceboutyonr t tial letter to Mrs PinMiam at it Lynn Mass Her advice is free and always helpful =141 Cents 3RodFor 23lnHof Fence jH 4e for ECInch Sl4nth2e for ln1Olo a iTinch Farm Fence 60Inch Poultry Fence SSe Sold on 3 days trial rod ipool Ideal Barb WIre1ss tAIOgQeree KITSELMAN BROS 50 a1 MUNCIE DID HE WOULD DO BETTER sorrytonight Tommy Sorry sir In future I wont go out when Im drunk What it Meant Robbie asked the schoolmistress what does history mean when it says that in the countrys pioneer days some of the settlers didnt have a rpqt oyer their heads It means that In them daysithe oman couldnt afford any merry widow hats SayiShe John should I say I will have a new bon net or I shall have a new bonnet He Speaking correctly absolutely correctly my love you should say 1 wont have a new bonnet Illustrar ted Bits A GOOD CHANGE A Change of Food Works Wonders The wrong food and drink causesa lot of trouble In this world To change the food is the first duty of every person that is ill particularly from stomach and nervous troubles As an illustration A lady in Mo has with her husband been brought aroun Ito health again by leaving off coffee and some articles of food that did not agree with them They began using Postum and GrapeNuts food Sbe says For a number of years I suffered with stomach and bowel jtroubla which kept getting worse unutil I was very ill most of the time About four years ago I left off coffee and began taking Postum My stomach and l bowels improved right along but I was so reduced in flesh and so nervous that theleast thing would ov rome me Then I changed my food and began using GrapeNuts In addition to Postum I lived on these two principally for about four months Day by day I gained in flesh and strength until now the nervous trouble has en tirely disappeared and 1 feel that I owe my life and health to Postunx and GrapeNuts 4 Husband is 73 years old and he was troubled for a long time with occa sional cramps and slept badly Finally I prevailed upon him to leave off coffee and take Postum He had stood out for a long time but after he tried Ppstum for a few days he found that he could sleep und that ills cramps disappeared He was satisfied and hash never gone back to coffee I have a brother in California who has been using Postum for several years his wnole family use it also be cause they have had such good results from it- Look In pkgs for the little book The Road to Wellville Theres a Reason Ever read the ibove letter A MCW oneS nppearM from time to tlaie Theyr are genuine true cad full ot kusiatcrr t r r PREPARING FOR lHARD CAMPAIGN Bot A Parties Making Ready for CiCiongressional Elections wii Next FalL t LEADERS SEEM CONFIDENT ipfomotlon of Peary to Be Rear Admiral Had a PrecedentMove ment to Establish National Valhalla Washington The Republican and Democratic congressional campaign activepreparations fall It seems from the attitude of the officials of the majority partys committee that they expect to be to Some extent ont the defensive In the campaign The Democrats already are showing marked signs of taking believeThelight with high confidence In their ability to get control of the next douse Representative William B McKln ley of Illinois chairman of the Republican congressional committee is quoted as saying simply we willr retain control of the house Champ Clark who Is leader of the minority In the house has said the next house will be Democratic by a safe workfngmar6ln Tile Democratic leader Is not a member of the congressional campaign committee of his party but he T ReprMissouri who is the committees chief Lloyd himself as yet has made no specific promises of victory to his fellow Democrats but he has assured them that everything that can be done to make victory certain will be done and that In a general way the prospect Is bright Where Real Fight Will Be The Republican congressional coal mittee will pay its particular attest tion to the middle and western coun try where because of certain disaf faction over the PayneAldrich tariff troubleAdmission t commltteemen that there mhy be some difficulty In New England where there are symptoms in one or two dis tricts of a revolt against the duties Imposed by the last tariff bill and ah Inclination to doubt whether the Re publican party Is going to carry ou all of Its promises of real progressive e I legislationn Clark the Democratic lead er has this to say of the outlook This congressional campaign will be made on the issues of tariff and Can nbnism Human Ingenuity canno change this The Republicans ma attempt between now and the date of adjournment to bring forth some new Issue for the purpose of beclouding tarltripeo1ireal issues and they will be the two jj have na some sections the country shiAp subsidy will be feature of the campaign in other sec financial legislation will be minor issue but Cannonism and tart wjill be before the entire country anon d these Issues we will win The Republican leaders claim that the tariff Issue will not interfere with victory They know that the Demo cats will talk about the high prices oj the necessities of life and will d tgejsay that it will be shown to the pee pie that the high prices are not the result of the customs duties as they stand but are to be accounted because of a half dozen different n turalreasons which the people will unerstandand appreciate Usedawhen the members of the subco m mittee of the house committee on na veil affairs reported against the plan tol promote Commander Robert E Peary to the rank of rear admiral be cause oC his scientific achievements arid his services to the world they seemed to think that to be asked to gage such a reward was a most un usual thing and that no man whose achievements were like unto those of P srecpgIso It the committee had looked up precedent and made a study of the history of like events it might have taken a different view of the matter Scjme people believe that If Peary had been a line officer and not a staff oft er no objection would have been positionJof rear admiral There can be no denial of the fact that the line and staff of the navy are jealous one of the other This has been shown in a doz erij different ways In the last two jeousydealofthe trouble in the navy department trouble which President Roose vet tried to eliminate and could not an which President Taft now is try- Ing to get rid of on his own account Rear Admiral George Wallace Mel vile retired was an engineerinchi- 0f of the navy He was a staff officer just as Peary Is and In his time he had trouble with the officers of the line in certain ways Melville was a IsIm re to foundy r nnIt the pages of northern exploits lion The rear admiral was a hero of the unfortunate Jeannette expedition which was led by De Long nearly SO years ago It was Rear Admiral MeJ villo then an engineer officer of medal lower rank who commanded cue ofi the three whaleboats when the qp hillcarethe boat was saved and hfs crew carrel out alive while the crews of the other boats all went down to their death Melville found himself finally with hs boats crew on the storm sweIJ barrens in the northern part of Si beria There It Vas that the crew 1tlcouldfor some time and then led by Mel villa the men found their way back over hundreds of miles and succeed ed in recovering the records of tlie Jeannettos journey Congress Tiromoted Melville for his great work and the tact that he wag an engineer officer holding a commisi hllreceiving congressthatreporting the bill for Melvilles prcn motion said In view of sucla record the coma promoitlon OJtardycessfully Directing the party under hl Aretticof his persistent effort through don ger and through hardships to find am assist his commanding officer an beforeIt has been proposed to give Pear a gold medal and the thanks of congress It should be said that Mel villa was given a gold medal in addi lion to his promotion National Valhalla Wanted A movement is gathering force in naJtionalmany adverse criticisms of the stales of the great ones which are now in the keeping of Memorial hall th old room of the house of represen fives In the capitol that it may In the future a separate building will be provided or a great room seaside in one of the existing building thlstatesa a1jtthrough the hall where the statues or the great are placed lIen who mak no pretense to possessing artistic i stlact say that they are affected pain fully wizen they look on the marbl and bronze memorials in this hall o fame Artists also many ottheID thYsay thigrotesque that the men whom they represent were absolute physical pigmies Som dieaneces sity they are represented In the mo inRi a trousers to giv jj enthusiasm or an Imaginative chano to the artist It is an invidious task t point out the differences artistic an i otherwise between some of these m mortals in this hall of the capitol t can be said however that only a few wortliilesense it is not going too far to say that kome of the states have picked out meh fcr honor who certainly were not the r greatest citizens plcat e claims both Lincoln and Grant and yet neither one of these men are re H resented in Memorial hall as a son dt the state There Is a bronze figure of Gen Shields a fine soldier a gocd deal of a statesman but sadly enough nine people out of ten who look rt the figure of the soldier have to le told who he was and the guides ai e in a large measure the sole authorith s on the subject in the capitol The ot i er memorial which Illinois has put n the hall is a statue of Francis E W lard the great apostle at tempet inc Miss Willards memory Is worthy f honor anywhere but even her fries s in life and those who remember h ir lovinglyand tenderly do riot go 0 far as to claim that she should ha e preempted the place which might ha e been given to Abraham Lincoln or Ulysses S Grant Recently Idaho put into the hall a statue of one of its great sons Shou It isa of heroic size but it s to be doubted if this son of the we t looking down from his window in heaven will smile with anything like approbation Upon the statue which Is supposed to represent him as ho was There are other figures In the lull which are of towering and command ing size all too big for the room n which they are placed On the bth 5r hand take one of the statues which me5Qoriamall who In public mind was cast natures heroic mold is small and deli cote Unquestionably it Is a work art but It looks overshadowed as it is by the statues about it as a me shepherd boy GEORGE CLINTQNr = i 1illinery Styles By JULIA BOTTOMLEY SPITEof all that Is said about IN fickleness of fashion there some hats that are always in style Year after year indeed decade after decade sees little change in them either in shape or size and inone in texture There Is that most beautiful of hats the Panama which for gen eratlons was made in about one shape for men and women It Is only within the last three years that the heavy buyers have been able to persuade the native makers to vary their model and produce a little variety In shape This a doubtful advantage for the trimmer takes the good old forms and cleverly modifies them to the changing ideas of the passing season Besides the Panama there is the beautiful Leghorn flat It has been sotsflowingsize and woven so fine lhat Its body Is as flexible as cloth it is altogether so excellent that there is no use In looking for anything to excell It in simple beauty The Leghorn is now blocked by the manufacturers into all sorts of shapes but the flat brim and mediumsized crown lose nothing by comparison with newer forms The clever trimmer takes the Leghorn N flaw EVENING DRESS v We show an exceedingly dainty dress here suitable for ninon crepe dechlne or any soft material The upper part Is draped on to a princess lining which continues as far as the hips the skirt part Ic then gathered and set to the edge of the princess the Joining being covered with bugle trimming On the bodice tit Is ar ranged at the edge of chemisette ta ken down to the waist on tne right side Small puffs of material form the sleeves trimmed with crossings of the trimming and set to bands of the sameMaterials required Five yards ninon 44 inches wide yards trim ming naif yard lace The New Shades for Spring Elephant gray gold ochre burn bread laurel green raspberry und twilight pink are some of the colors in Which smart frocks for southern wear have made their appearance and manipulates it at will its outlines to suit the vagaries of he patrons fancy or her own But she will never improve upon the lovely lines of the original shape The da will not dawn within our time whe this beautiful hat will be out of style The same hat has its outlines ren dered a little rigid and its underbrim faced with a demifaclng of black vel vet A wreath of big fullblown roses limplrspellstheour minds with girlhood and season after season appeals to us with undiminished charm Besides the Leghorn there are th Milan braids and the beautiful dla phanous Neapolitans all made in the Vflat shape with trifling variations In the shape of the crown from seaso- to season The Milan has mote body that is It Is heavier In texture tha the others arid Is therefore more used for general utility Such a hat is shown with a mass of chrysanthe mums about the crown and a wing at the side The initial expense of a fine hat In either of these weaves Is money well spent They are things of beauty and even capricious Fashion seems to re gard them as Joys forever PROPER USE OF ANTIQUES For Best Effects the Articles Should Have a Room Exclusively to Themselves Those who rummage the secondhand stores and attics for old furnt ture and brlcabras often obtain what they arc looking for then pay a price to have it prepared for use an put it just where it does not belon That is why antique articles loo shoddy in so many homes Women who are not good judges will pick up the worstlobking old piece of furniture imaginable drape It with chintz and call It beautiful One way to use antiques properly is toTiave an antique room Of course a pair of old an irons can be used in any open fireplace and the glasstrimmed candlesticks are ornamental in the dining room despite the fact that candles sel dom are used for lighting the tables Itts principally or furniture that one must be careful Do not put an of wain t settee chair and marbletopped stand In a room with a mission table and wicker chair und do not adorn your walls with pluk cherubs and e pect a mystic glov to make that room look enchanting It will look more like Vesuvius had an upheaval there The best taste is exhibited today in rooms simply arranged even though e tremely smal1 Antiques should be separated from the modern furniture like sheep from thegoats or everyone who goes into your house will depar- wltn a feeling that chaos has found habptatlon beneath your roof New Embroideries There la a present fad for lace and embroidery In combination This is little more than a revival of a fashion or two or three seasons ago The designs tooare familiar One sees the same crescentshape applique the oval medallions and the long tabllke motlfjj Women possessing trimmings of this kind should bring them to light and make use of them The blind or satin stitch embroideries combined with imitation lrith ate perhaps the most popular A Rug Hint Rugs have a tiresome way of curling up at the cprners which spoils their appearance and In the end tho corners get torn away To provide against this directly a rug is bought bind It on the under edge with stout holland or furniture rsbbintrNo- tans Life STYLES IN II HAIR Its funny about hair said the girl who likes to talk People In former years didnt have such a time over their topknots Why when I was a little combingIt girl I can remember my mother one twlstr think they called it a French twist and then it ran up the back of her head to the top Then with one more motion she coiled what was left up above on the roof some where jabbed in three hairpins and that was all there was to It And my mother was a stylish woman too 4I believe I had an aunt who wore a false front at that time though it was considered a sort of disgrace to the family and she was invariably spoken of as poor Aunt Amelia much as though she was feeble minded or afflicted with a cork leg Hair was hair then and everybody seemed to have it I still remember the girl hillbyin two thick symmetrical braids tied with cherry ribbon From the second schoolyearher waist and were just as thick at the ends as at the top Every girl had thick braids and the mothers werent behind In that respect elthjer They wouldnt have known what to with a rat unless they had used it to stuff a soft cushion I dont know where all that hair has gone to Im sure 4tAt the present time proceeded the girl who likes to talk to own a little hair attached to your scalp is taken as a personal injury by the hair dressers They tell you in sad tones hairryou have any of your own fIve never been exactly crazy whontalk because I was brought up In the belief that it Tva an entire ly natural thing to have hair grow on longNstgrow teeth or a nose When I was oIIarrange my e prevailing mode but somehow it never worked apolegirlie and unhappy till this winter rye got so noV that 1 slink and cower at the sight of a hairdressers sign itnI have to enter the shop The first winternwith a request to be made beautiful regarded me with unconcealed horror as she started to take dovn my locks Why she gasped you dont wear a braJdrWhy should I wear a braid asks Ii ina superior comfortable way have plenty of myown hair to brat ifjlwant to The eupon the hairdresser exploded Didnt I know that a braid could riot be arranged properly unless both thlnpt6as to have hair was to wad it up over cagelike cap and pound It down into aS near nothingness as possible and ten wind around ones head a braid 30 inches long at least made of the yjsry best imported hair Yes suc ai braid was expensive Anywhere e coursedaloofkale Firmly I refused the 60 brai d and the hairdresser threw up her h ndsAll she could do for me it appeared was to make an old fash lease pompadour and an oldfash fashioned array of puffs at the back budas nearly as possible like the false sets you can now buy at reduced rites So after paying her I home slid took down my hair and di It up my own way A few days later I surged Into an handda Mabel to whom 1 broke the news a oiiice that I did not own a braid Mabel txa her and as r Was in a chair with fcnx helpIjSprae day Mabel is going to be donxt know exactly what she did or how stye did it but when she was through with Shttwisted and wreathed my hair till einerged with the semblance of a per ctly lovely braid puffed out all around my face Oh it looked simple ajid lovely and most becoming and J vjas entranced Do know it took Mme three qUarters of an hour to got the hair pus out when I took down my hair 7hyrhad hairpins stacked up around nio like cordwood all over the dresser and the floor I looked like a captive tied to the stake all ready for the match to be applied I got do llrious I didnt know there were thai many hairpins in the world or that one head of hair uld be divided into rnillionsof strands as mine was rhat coiffure was built like tho pyramids to stay Further It was like the catacombs for complexity If Ill let It alone it would have lasted ajl this year I dont believe Mabel could ever do it again I believe after all Ill cut oft three quarters of my hair and buy a false braid that I can stick oji Tritb trvar Pl inv be quicker i 1 PiitoU Is Far Supefltr 4 to any dye I have ever used Ufeo nr otherrdyes slleknowsuse Dyola Dyes lOc a package atyour dealers Direction book and toDyolaMany a man has kickedhims lf out of a good job r D ODDS KIDNEY 0- t telwrJb R G 33i Chicago to LaliiorniaThis in effect dailyI MrchlUcto April 15 t ii- inclusive via PacifkaSouthern Pacific The Safe Road to Travel Electric block si Pal protection dink car meals and servicel Best in the Word informtltiond ELLOMAXGPA Omafca lieGf WESTERN CANADA What JJ HIM the GretRaHread Magnate Says About its WheatProttacbtr Pawera hpunted need of this States la another Pam proIdlncpc plo and u Thuea wheat exporting 8o nro gone Can the great oeheatoonntryThbgreatrnUroadmacnnte of tho eitnatlon by ex rallwaybwldJuCtothewbeat of Western Canada Upwards off 125 Mill n Bushels of Wheat tweroharveatedIn1909ArerareSaskatchewan and Manitoba Ube Jnpnardaof 23 buehelaDgacreFree h pUenotdiMrletedbeetiIDle lumber cheap fuel easy to rot and reasonable la price I water casnT procured sttxe farming avaccess Sr to as to I best place for eeitlementsettlclll I illaSton an oth rIDfO rm Immlpstioas cyH WILLIAMS t 7La Building Toledo ONe rr Use addreesnearest ty Constipation i ItaThe bowels show first sign of things AaCascareltstessL every night as needed keeps the b welsC workingnaturally without Pi Pa upset sick feeling Ten cent box weeMs treatment AH drugstores Bitrestsellcrln tho world million buses month = STOP Why Seek Employ 1IO Start a Business of Tour own I5JX1stanc VrltotodayB P1 TOUB1DJ5AS Th1UTMtBC EstJ1tzreA14 JUX U a5 lctedwith oro ekes use f TkimpsHs Eyt WatMf WNBSPoNcHIAL TheMHoarsenessBronchial and Lung AffccUeoc X years reputaUen Price 25 cents 50 cents Md 100 pwkcc rSample amt on request JOHN I BROWN tit SONloslsa MW= s rr 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 9 1910 N tHtMTJ fj t LET JS TEST YOUR t EYES and tit GLASSES Spectacles t 21 JEW L BARGAINS ITCHES ican Suit Everything Jewelry t ED M RUSSELL L fit M M I SPRINGFIELDDA- YSUN ISSUED EVERY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR iInAdvancetIL SMITH Editor and Publisher a Ll SpringfieldKyma1l8 as matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Oe Fear 100 b0TkreeMonthsr DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HONBENJJOHNSON- Of Nelson Cou- ntyEXPLANATION The suriis making its weekly Around one day late this week hope when we explain things butI readers will excuse us delay is caused by our white paper on which we print The Sun be ing delayed in shipping We hope our readers will excise us this time assuring them that it wjlj not happen again soon Come Blows Frankfort Ky March 4 Senator Tuck Hubble of Stanford and W Ver Richardson editor of the Danville Advocate came to blows in the lobo Y the Capitol Hotel last night Joe Embry doorkeeper of the a giant in strength separated the com datantsHubble called Richardson a liar an struck him Richardson l claims that Hubble promised him rIle would suppor the county unit bill and Hubble say he made no such promise TJie n e met here for the first time since Ric hardson recently published a scathin editorial denouncing Senator Hubb and called uPon him to keep his alleged promise We have just brought on the Greatest Line of in Central Kentucky All the lat fit est style Glasses and +any style Rims We can furnish you with the best grade of goods fit at the Lowest Prices We You in in the Line Our to non of House Hubble says the only promise he made was that he would vote to prevent the repeal of the present county unit bill Almost immediately after this scrap Chief Clerk George S Peters and Hubert Vreeland former Commissioner of Agriculture had a little setto in the serisoos Mutual f iends separated the men Death of Mr McWhorter In writing the death of Mr E F McWhorter father of Mr C R Mc Whorter of this place The Taylor Coun ty Enquirer says in part Mr E F McWhorter Uncle Frank departed this life at his home in this city February 26th 1910 born January 11th 1830 married to Miss Martha Jane Douglass October 4th 1854 this union of hearts and life was a happy one and only severed by the death of the devoted and loving wife and mother five years ago To their were born stx children of which four survive Raised by their Christian parents in the nurture and admonition of the Lord they are today honorable useful and valuable citizens Charles R McWhorter Springfield Ky Mrs F F Gholson Paducah Ky Mrs J A Wolford and Miss Emm- McWhorter of this city He ise also survived by one brother and two sisters Fulsom eulogy stands mute at this mans grave He was a plain blunt honorable citizen a consistent member of the Christian church from early boy hood a lovrfg and devoted husband and father and as only such men can he ent to his grave Like one who draws the drapery of his couch about him and lies down to pleasant dreams Good Prices at Public Sale Danville Ky March 4H D Stiles held a public sale of stock and crops yesterday afternoon One hundred head of ewes sold at 6 per head corn at 3 per barrel thirtythree head of mules at 100 per head and fine broodmare at 250 per head The total sale aggregated 10000 James A Shuttleworth of this city today gave H D Stiles a check for 50 000 for 313 acres of land located tw miles from Danville on the Lebanon Placde hve years ago at105 per acre an Thte ysMrsnShuttleworth their sun platgsomee years The Sun and CourierJournal JL50 I Fresh Fish and Oysters Every Wednesday Every Friday We will receive fresh fish and oysters every Tues day and Thursday evenings for your Wednesday and Friday dinners and ask a share of your patronage Katie Hert etn Bro Fresh bread Cakes Candies and Fruits Always on hand Dr G T1BurtonRES- IDENT DENT ST Teeth Extracted Without Pain CRC WN WORK A SPE IALTY All ental Work Stnictly First lass Springfield r Ky Jfflce in flagon Block up stairs Local News Notes Born to they wife of W F Grigsby on Tuesday March 8 1910 a fine girl babvI The Ladies of the CatHolic church will s rve Coqnty Court dinner March 28 Yo rpatronage willbe appreciated For Pumps Tinning and Plumbing we are the bOJsHatchettl McPher s mIFOR 1RENT2 or 4 front rooms in ses nce occupied by M H OttoIFOR RENT Two eocxThouses wjtHgood gardens and water in yardL r Apply at this office Fo DA belt buckle onjthe streets of Sori geld Owner can have same by describing it If yo samedaveyou gi Hatchett McPherson EsT YA red shoat strayed on my place about Feb 20 Owner can have same by paying for Keeping and this ad J S McElroy The embers ot St Catherines Alum najjwill meet at the Walton Hotel Saturday at 2 oclock Want ajl the mem bers of Washington county to attend Mrs Oscar Walker 1If thinking of putting v star works in your house we have the price to suit youHatchett McPherson The oung peoples C E Society will give an Ice Cream supper Thursday WillisburgaEveryp dy is cordially invited to attend For f rstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies ind Gents Garments call on SPRING IELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop If in the market for a pump see us before uymg We save you money Hatchett McPherson Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more t1 Mr Leo Hay 4on FOR ALEOne Improved Victor In cubator with capacity fort 200 eggs new oply to Agustus Ott Lake Old Office Ifyor old pump dont wlrkcall on sus and have it workas go fd as a new one Hatchett AlcPhcrson FOR LEA latest improved No 5 OIliV Apply at4this office oWeeriypcwriter of farms for sale at to 2OOOJ Good to bac farms all kinds of farmsSee us for city property in Bardsto vn DEATSeBardstown Ky reGood vork and rompt service is our All work guaranteed If not first claj s work we charge nothing Ifatchett McPherson FOR SA EA good Jersey cow with young calf Gives about 4 gallons of milk dai y Apply at Greens Barber shop LOST On Wednesday ai Bourbon Red Tu key between Mrs Julia Par rotts h me on the Macky511 pike and Texas YReward for information of its w ereabouts John Baily Rt 4 Springfield Ky If thinjking of putting a bath room in this summer be sure to get Our prices We can save you moneys Hatchett McPherson Mr Gi Co Wharton has purchased of Dr S IJ Smock the b use and lot on East Mm St known is the old Dr Mudd pr perty Mr Wh rton will offer the old louse for sale bn March 19 and purchas r is to tear it down When the old building has been torn away Mr W arton will erec a handsome residency on the site hick will be quite ah improvement in that section P iaeII have the hous n as the oil Dr Mudd property and I will sell it public audio on SAT 1WAY MARCH 19 1910 The Buil ling on said prpperty which is to be i orn down This is an oppor tunity good lumber atjow price G C WHARTON i t1buy + tt ++ t +++ + IN0ON DISPLAY Idi+ t V tit JjjJ An attractive showing of New Dress Ginghams white goods laces embroideries costume linens waist linens etc 3 f New Styles in Belts and Handbags + t SPECIAL f i i 4 i I i IeIAgents for the RoyalWorchester r Corsets 81 + The ROBERTSONCUYBROOKE CO 4+KENTUCKY tMt + + MtJi111 tTt r 4tflT r tli 4 tti ttt r tti tts t Creep for the Lambs 4 To hasten growth lambs must have bran oats and maybe a very little corn m addition to their mothers milk This extra feed may be given in a small pen or room adjacent to the general feed lot and connected with it by means of a creep or opening large enough for the lamb but not large enough for a mature sheep The feed for the lambs must be placed in a trough coyereo to keep out rain if in an open lot to pre vent the lambs getting into it and soiling the feedFarmers Home Journal by Lions e Lebanon Kyr March 4 = As a result of a fierce battle with three lions at the ranch of Cherokee Ed Baumeister five miles west of this city Samuel Rose aged twentythree lies in a local hospital in a precarious condition In the absence of the regular keeper Rose who js Baumeisters secretary went to the cagecontaining the lions to scatter some straw in it Emitting roar a huge lioness sprang at the man Thrusting her paw through the iron bars she caught Rose and drew him up against the cage He was unable to extricate himself and the other beast attacked him Roses screams brought a half dozen men to the scene amongthemJBaumeis ter who with a pistol opened fire on the lions One of them was shot three times and another twice While each shot took effect and the sight ot one of the beasts was destroyed they ently are not seriously hurt all the flesh was torn off arm and the bones were crushed Rots or five places The member Baumeister wishes to lions but he was persuaded not to doso Declare War on Housefly Feb 2tThe common housefly is the object of a nationwide crusade that was launched against him here today A moving picture campaign of education in theaters throughout the United States and in Canada was perfected by men and women who have organized themselves into the special committee of the Ametican Civic Association By the moving picture films they ex pect to educate to the dan gers of she housefly and transform the population of the United States and Canada into an army that will make his existence short Good Cough Medicine fo Children The season for coughs and colds is now at hand and too mush care cannot be used to protect the childrenj A child is much more likely contract diohth eria or scarlet fever when he has a cold The quicker yuu cure his cold the CoughRemedymothers and few of those who have tried it are will to use any other Mrs F F Starcher of Ripley W Va says 1 have never used any thing other than Chamberlains Cough Remedy for my children and it has always gIven good satisfaction This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic and may be given as confidently to a child as to ah adult For sale by Leo Haydon Drug Co We have a few 9x11 feet Brussels Rugs left at the low price of v Sole + Attacked appar Washington flyfighting special HAPPY HOLLOW Mr Safae Coulter and family spent Sunday with the family of Mr John Crow at this place Mr Purdbm Pinkson and family of near Texas spent Saturday and Sunday with the iamily of Mr John Arm strong of this place Mr Lee Settles and family spent Sunday witfc the family of Mr Edger Settles of nfear here SaturdaynightMiss Maljie Shields spent Sunday witn Miss Effie Coulter of near here Mr Edward Hanby and wife Messrs SaturIdaYM Ffoyd ofnear Willisburg Erastus Perkins and wife and IMrWalter Hanby spent Sunday with the family oil Mr John Armstrong Mr Sam Coulter and wife Sunday with the family of Mr To McElroy of pear here Mrs Lee Settles and three children spent Saturday with her father of neat Willisburg Mr Walter Hanby and Miss Myrtle Armstrong werein Springfield last Friday Erastus Perkins spent last Fri IMrs her sister Mrs Edward HanbyMr C W Stallings and family at SW11ayMrdays with his sister Mrs Tolley Griffey of near Fairview Mr Erastus Perkins and wife spent Saturday night with his sister Mr and RJrs Mrs John Armstrong spent last Mon YiaJohn Crow spent one day last with mother near W dsyille 1Mr Erastus Shields attended ar meet Willisbirg Sunday S D Southe land spent Tues atternobn with Mrs C W Stall irlgsI Rev flines will preach at the HillsI II Io 1iBig Stock Z Tobacco Canvas 3 At Right Prices tt W rfir Just received new line Room Sizej RUGS a INCORPORATED SPRINGFIELD Mt enthusiastic everybody EmtochlMasterns boro church next Sunday morning at 10 oclock Everybody is invited to attend Indigestion permLI When a druggist states that he has a remedy that is guarenteed to cure spy man or woman who sufiers from food fermentation which causes belching heartIIthe poor stomach sufferers in Spring field and vicinity going to do about it The name of this most remarkable Mostmbecause they know that there IS n4 rem edy so good for indigestion or stomach disorders Here is one opinion I have been troubled with indiges tion for more than a year Ibought one box of Miona and itcurebme Nowi I would not be without a box in the house for 5000 It saves a lot of doctor bills when yogi can be cured or bO cents You can use my jname if you want toArthur Sederqiiest 6 Nichols St WakenTeld Mass Nov 7 1909 Miona storaacn tablets cost 50 cents a box at druggists everywhere and at Leo Haydon Drug Co Booths Pills will give constipation sufferers joyful surprise 25 flYOME1 Cures catarrh or money back Just includingl w Public Sale i I WILL SELL ON Monday Mar 14 1910ABOUT THE HOUROF 1 OCLOCK P M blicauctionFine Bluegrass Farm nown as the J W Burkley home farm situated ne rjacresJhisary on land is rich and is a very desirable farm This isa rare chance to purchase a valuabe home W T Spalding Master Commissioner N Cy t l HE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCHi i g 19IO 1 t ti fo8 7i 7P H- VI I Has Just DIaredt 1 r 75 Dividend On Its Stock y MJT V JI Citizens Life Insurance Company J t J W H GREGORY President LOUISVILLE iy EEQ Death of Mrs Shewmakert = Mrs John B Shewmaker fell asleep March 4 1910 at the home of her fath SpringIfieldKymarried to John B Shewmaker NovelT1 ber 30 1904 aged 24 years 9 months and 28 days She had attended the funeral of her brother Joe Mattingly just nine days previous to her death at which she contracted a cold which soon developed into pneumoria In spite of all medical aid and good nursing rendered by Dr Hyatt and Miss Minerva Rayborn she succumbed to the awful disease on the above named date She became a Christian at the age of fifteen and had been a faithful consist ent worker in the Church of Christ up to the time of her death Hers was a most beautiful Christian character ands e will be greatly missed by her rela tives and friends She leaves husband undone little girl 4 years of age The Church has lost a valuable member the husband a loving wife the lit tlegirl an affectionate mother the parents a precious daughter Their loss is Heavens gain The funeral was con ducted by the writer in the Christian churchof Mackville Kv s The family wish to express to their friends their appreciation of the sym pathy and assistance extended by them daring the illness of their daughter and son W A WOLFS In Memory In loving remembrance of our aunt Mrs Bell Pinkstpn who died Feb 27 1910 She is gone but not forgotten Never her memrv fade Sweetest thougthts will ever linger L Around the grave where she is laid We loved her yes we loved her v But the Savior loved her more- S the angels sweetly called her To the bright and happy shore Itwas hard the parting with her Oh so sad to see her die BUt then well try and meet her Some sweet day by and by hone from her home yes forever Although she wanted here to stay But God sent his holy angels To guide her spirit far away And the sorrow no tongue can tell When the angel of death took her Far away from those her kindred Our dear aunt we loved so well Written by Mattie and Lida Parish A Pleasant Physic When you want a pleasant physic give Chamberlains Stomach and Tablets a trial They are mild and gentle in their action and always produce a pleasand cathartic effect Call at The Leo Haydon Drug Co for sample Clover limo hy Blue Grass Red Top Seed Oats Feed Oats Orchard Gra s Alsike Alfa fa 11EXAS Miss Rose Rice and grandfather of New Market spent Thursday and f n day with the formers parents at t iis place The infant child of Prof and Mrs C 0 Durham died Sunday afterno n Its remains were laid to rest in the Bethelhem cemetery Mr and Mrs John Peterson have e turned hone after a weeks visit w th their friend Mrs G A Jensor of Louisville Mrs Peterson bought a nice Hue of Millinery goods while there Mr and Mrs L Arnold were in Harrodsburff Monday Those on the sick list are Mrs C Cocanougher and children Pi C Peter son and Misses Bertha Hays and Nancy Cocanougher We wish all a speedy recovery n Mr W T Head is at work on Us new store Mrs Bertha Turner and children of Mackville are the gu jsts of Mrs V C Rowe Mr and Mrs John Peterson spe t Saturday night with Mr Sam T Spalc ing and family of Lebanon Rev Harve Hatchett of Tatha Springs spent the week end withh brother Dr A Y Hatchett of th G C Cromer Supt of Th Foundlings Home in Louisville gav a lecture here Thursday night on Pil grims Progress and also illustrate views of the home A largecrowd was present and a very nice sum was real ized for the benefit of the home Peterson Rice Co are building thei store larger They will have on a nic line of Spring goods as soon as th store is completed Double Charge of Buckshot Danville Ky March4Marcus Jennings a prominent farmer fortytw years old assassinated George McCow colored at Bryantsville at 11 oclock today The negro was seated on the fron porch at the riesdence of William Dick erson when Jennings in passing by saw him and fired two charges of buckshot into his head It is alleged that Jennings was robbed and beaten on the head by njgroes several years ago and that hi mind was thereby impaired and sinc that jtime has sworn vengeance on theStace Recently he fired a charge of lea4 into John Mukes colored Mukes recovered and was later found dead in a field with his body full of bullet holes His murderer was never discovered Sheriff Robertson arrested Jennings and took him to jail GB ROBERTSON CO Plow and TreesOurC CementIITIS TO YOUR INTEREST TO GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING COME IN TO SEE US PLEASANT GROVE Mr Gorge delen and Miss Mayme Donnely Louise OConnor Sunday vIisitedlMiss Miss E spent last week with Miss Harvey Vanarsdale Judge James Noe and family were the guests of Mr S C Vanarsdale Sunday Mr Walter Jeffries of Louisville is visiting trie family of Mr A L Litsey withtheMiss Francis Litsey is visiting her sister Mrs James Claybrooke Mr and Mrs D R Litsey and son spent the week end witty JUdg B Li Litsey Mr James Claybrooke was here Thursday and perchased a very fine pair of mules from Thompson Bros Mr NP Thompson visited his mother in Springfield Saturday and Sunday Mr aId MrsW A Thompson and son spent Fnday in Springheld r PERRYVIUE S R Gray has sold his farm to Dave May of the Fork at 95 per acre He will hold a big sale on March 12 Miss Lillie Cocanougher left Sunday for Rileys where she has a position as governess in the family of W H Glass cock Mr H C Mullins our popular monu ment min was in Lebanon on business last week and was also in Springfield Mondy Mr Thomas Henry Riley has return ed to his home in Minnesota after a visit to his relatives Mr Tom Boiling and wife Rev B F Adkins has resigned his pastorate at the Baptist church His congregation feels that they have suffered a great loss but wish him great success with his new charges at Cedar Creek and Mount Washington- Mr W A Bricken will have a public sale Saturday morning of his household goods Mr Bricken and family will leave imm diately tor Texas to reside We regret ery much to lose Mr Brick en and family but trust they will be very prosp rous in their new home in the Lone Si ar State For Diseases of the Skin Nearly all diseases of the skin such as aczema tetter salt rheum and bar bers itch are characterizab by an intense itching and smarting which often makes life a burden and disturbs sleep and resh Quick relief may be applying Cham berlins Salve it the itching and smarting aIm 8t allaysI ly Many cases have been cured use Forsale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co W V STALLARD D Dej S I SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUTPain respectanqI aenepeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe eo tto0e nof e Visitors In and Out of TownA n Jj Round Up oftheWeeks Personal NewsQ e 0- qeooeoeneoeoe08oeoeoe oe Mr Robt Mayes has returned to Kentucky University after a visit to his parents at this place t Joe Pplm was in Louisville jiatur day to attend the meeting of the Fourth Dist Democratic Committee Mr W J Stem who has spent the winter here buying tobacco returned to his home in South Carolina Saturday Hon J W Sanders of Stanford is in Springfield mingling with his host of friends Messrs Logan Bos ley and Bob Bland of Lebanon visited friends at this place Sunday SoA Russell Sr and IS A Russell Jr were in Springfield on business Friday J W S Clements has returned to Louisville after a visit hereIMrs John T Craycroft left for Cincinnati Monday to visit her son R C Craycroft Mr Thomas Edelen of Louisville is visiting his sister Miss Carrie Ede len Mrs Mary Phillips of Lebanon Visited friends at this place last weeki Mis SallIe Thacker and daughter Miss Sadie ihave returned to their home in Hopkinsville after haying spent the winter with Mrs Thacker father1 Mr J D Barker Mr H B Waters and sister Miss Blanche spent Tuesday in Louisville Mrs Louis Rogers arid daughter Naomi will go to Louisville the latter- partof this week Misses Margaret Brown and Sarah B ewer of Lebanon spent a few days last week with Mr and Mrs FC Peters H ++++ w + + 2 + I We are for sale this we tHe 15 year old Horse Mule work 5 year old White Pony sound gentle for children ++ I 1 and S Year old Mares sound gentle workman +Good Surrey will sell cheap +3 Sets of Harness +2 I Top Buggy + sold on a We have gone to LOUisville and will be hack Friday with ten head W of Horses and mules All will be sold on a guaraptee fit t r + 4 + it +ji ++F f ff F + LDr W V Stallard was in Louis ville Sunday h Mr C A Greene spent Sunday at Lotus tMr BF Simms was in Louisville Sunday Mr HM Grundy is in Cincinnati this week tbuying spring goods TMr Conrad Hertlein of Louisville is hereon business 4Mr G D Duncan is in Cincinnati this week jbuyiiig spring goods J +Mr Chris Hertlein will spend Sun day in Louisville trs W E Leachman and Miss Su je Penrj are visiting friends in Louisville this week jMr StB Thompson the genial proprietor iof the Walton Hotel enter tailed the tobacco men who are here conducting the Loose Leafmarket at an elegant supper last Friday evening at 9 ojciock Those present were Messr- sj W Stem Fred Stem and Abram TurnerILouisville M Sturgeon of Lake City Vaj Mr Waddell of Virginia and B D Lake and H Moss of this place An elegant supper was served and those present left assuring Mr Thompson that the Kentucky hospitality tendered them would long be remembered Miss Minnie McCjelian is in Louis ville this week studying the Spring stylesin Millinery Mr C W Hagan spent Tuesday with his mother at this placeI IMPLEMENTS Cnatanooga Plows Syracuse Plows Double Shovel Plows Subsoil Plows Wagons Cultivators- Disc Harrows Rakes Truck Wagons Earm Houses andiMules folloWIngI offeriiig kS anywhere ywjtiefej secondhand secondhand Runabouts secondhand Everything guaranteed PARKS SIMMS +Dr SJ Smock of Glasgow i here for a few days shaking hands witk nis old friends tmRfriends CincinnatithisMiss Flora Mudd is visiting her bre ther Dr Ed Mudd at New Haven Messrs James and Frank Montgom AltMontgomery Mrs 0 D Hatchett is visiting Mr and Mrs W W Hatchett at Perryvilk this week Mrs AR Shultz is in LOuisville this week Ladies Why Not Preserve Your Youth and Beauty j t Parisian Sage the quick actincrbjur restorer is now for sale in SpringfteIJ- at the drug store of Leo Haydoq Drug Co and is sold with a rigid guarantee at 50 cents a bottle Parisian Sage has anlnmense ale and here are the reasons It is safe and harmless 1 It cures dandruff in two weeks j byXiciM y ing the dandruff germ fiIt stops falling hair v- It promptly stops itching of the scalif It makes the nail soft andSuxuruui- tIt gives life and beauty to the hair Itisnot sticky or greasp v It is the best the most pleasant uiinvigoorating hair dressing maided i j Freh- t for PRICES RIGHT THURMAN PETERS 4 II xi rr r r Z FLC QUA1Ith- V or MLxIco V tf rr9 CTY Of QUER raROr g I WHERE NAXUfLLAy WU EXECurEIJ Chapultepec the Paseo de the American quar FROM and the city proper to the Aztec quarter in the southI part of the City of Mexico is the extreme of contrast in Worldly station and the longest step on the North American continent from the splendid modern to a stillliving the old Aztec quarter a dif ferent world Is found an old world with all its primitive life and atmosphere and one may feel certain that he is not only treading ancient paths but is seeing the very life of centuries ago i There still stand many of the oldI adobe houses which were built by the Aztecs who here founded their capital city In 1325 when they ceased their wandering and rested here In the love ly vale of the Anahuac Near the Wa ters guided as they belived by their gods The Aztec tribes had wandered far stepping sometimes for perhaps a gen eration or two on their long pilgrimage from the north driven southward as is supposed by geographical ahd cli matIc changes but ever seeking a kinder land At San Diego Cat at Zacatecas at Puebla are found traces of short sojourns but not yet had they found the end of their desire The tableland to the north was a barren desert in many places and only reached by parched trails and toilsome ascents but at last guided by the then smoking snowcapped Popocatapetl the sacred mountain they found a par adise up above the rugged mountain ranges laid like a royal gem against a background of azure sky and verdant rim for a valley of lakes it was and al ways ls green and fresh They called it Anahuac and still seeking tokens of the gods they saw as they came at early morning to the shores of Lake Texcoco a golden eagle resting lightly on a rocky cactusgrown pile far out in the shallow water With wings out spread toward the rising sun and a serpent in its talons he was taking his mornings meal on a throne of natures making Small wonder that these people accepted this beautiful valley as their chosen land On the very spot where the eagle sat they set up their standard a rude production of the scene the same which was worked in the rare guetzal feath ers on the banner of Montezuma taken by Cortez and sent as a royal trophy- to the king of Spain and which has with little changes been preserved as the standard of colonial Spain and the banner of Mexico today From the bosom of the lake to the mainland in the often waxing and wan ing waters they erected dwellings first of rushes and reeds later of adobe plying canoes between As time went on and they Increased in power and numbers four great causeways were constructed the Calzadas of the Az tecs bearing rock founded and fortified roads from the lake to the shores and out to the country beyond connecting Texcoco with Xochlmilco and Chalco and Zumpango crossing marshes on plIes spanning ravines on arched cleavingismonument of triumph and skill to astonish the conquerors 200 years later and from which they took their clew in later developments Their temples and palaces sprung from the water at command and so far did their ardent desire to triumph floatinggarqenand enriched with virgin soil from the plains rivaling tho hanging gardens of the great Semlramls of Babylon In r beauty and ingenuity Here fruit and flowers and vegetables grew for the royal tables and pool shades and tow ers for the royal pleasure extern iy vernal from subirrigation Their kings Increased in might and knowledge they had their David and their Solomon and their cities had each Its splendid glory of soldiery or statesman or philosopher as had Rome and Athens Far out beyond the western shore of the lake rose the natural fortress of Chapultepec and this too they embraced A causeway was constructed thither and a palace and garden reared on its topmost crest As the city grew gradually the two extremes- of water depth and mountain height reachedout and met with clasped lasthlnkcity When the Invader came his covetous eye at once discerned the value of this heavenborn city and its surrounding valleys When he secured control the Aztec work was destroyed added tc and overlaid until now not many traces remain Onj the spot where the great temple was reared stands the grand cathedral today On the site of Montezumas wild beast garden was built the Franciscan church and convent one of the most magnificent properties of the New World until during the severence of church and state in Mexico in the last century it was broken upand di Tided And so all the way to Chapultepec the palaces and gardens of the Monte zumas were succeeded by the royal palace of the republic and the Paseo de la Reforma is the ribbon that binds the two together as the causeways did years ago But at the farther end hong the south lake shore the the spoiler was somewhat 3tayeifor with the receding of the valley was more desirablfe for the citys needs than the frequently over flown Aztec quarter Clustered around the oldest churc on the American a chapel was built there by Cortez for his first occupation but now compared with its surroundings stillstand many of the ancient flatroofed gray houses on the foundations which have grown to be a part of the mainland though low to the waters edge Still run in nar row tortuous squalor the old streets and canals traversed once by the Az tees in royal barges and flatbottomed canoes Still grow the floating gardens though really floating no longer the drainage of the lake and the set tling of ages have moored them to the bottom of the lake but they still quiver to the tread where they rise in distinctly artificial outline and still produce the year around their fruits vegetables and flowers Queer whitecapped boatmen run to meet you as you near the waters edge each beseeching your patronage slag ing the praises of his own boat and de riding his neighbors with apparently the most terrific venom but it is all a part of the game All of the old atmosphere still pre vails oxen still slowly tug by the neck at loads borne on rude wagons with wheel sawed from huge logs within the very sound of shrieking engines which bear the palace cars and sealed freight Children are Lorn reared live to old ago and die within walls erected so long ago that their homes are as much a part of the landscape as the lakes and mountains Moving Is orii of the ills of life from which they fin exemnt 11111111111111 rlyExperiencesofa Motorist By EP WILBERFORCE Copyrighted by Sh Itas the hot weather in August that b ought the vague suggestion to a settled point As Sophia says One must et about and getting about entailsomething to get about In legs being no of much Importance In the humaneconomy The dust was very usty and the hills very hilly ponyskneescome to us from the level roads of Norfolk and there he had been full of energj and purpose but Devonshire hills had taken all heart out of him I t Inlsaid Sophia as the pony recovered himself after an unmisi takabl stumble that we will send this II tile beast away before he falls down Ye said I and then An I then we will get a motor car You s e it will be a lot cheaper in the long rin I I ho Ded so then and I hope so still yetrunlonghIt must be cheaper Sophia re peate Petrol costs only and then fallowed statistics showing the comparative advantage of the me chanically propelled vehicle over the horse rawn The Idea had been sIm merin for some time before this and we ha both studied the optimistic views of the devoted to motorcars hut Sophia Is a born statistician thoug weak In the multiplication table and always fells me when she quotes figures In the end It was set tled Sophia settled itthat I should write bout a steam car that very night Steam we both agreed was the power for us There is no incentive to courage more owerful than ignorance and a few dslaterwhen the car arrived at our Devonshire cottage Sophia and I onlourhaltIanSophh had had noneand when Ilook lack I can only marvel at our audac yISophiaIand bid language being still unused to bur is had eventually got up steam and wps feeling a little proud and su The Squirrel Sits Up tos utlnlzbi perior in consequence You sec all YQu h ive too is to push this handle fpjwa d and the thing starts when yc u p ill It back It stops Heres the brake under one foot and the bell un ler tl e other and this lever to steer withkYe said she but if you want to go to the right do you push the ever r pull it Th tsaid I I forget but we shall eon find out on the road Do ibtless replied Sophia but what ire these other handles for Oh they are to do with the fire and tie water I answered airily Ii iont axactly know what they do bulle will try them all presently And so we started The engine ixactlp what was expected of iL didI bell lahg merrily In response lymptthetlc pressure of the foot and we si lied down the straight road jtowarls the blue hills that screen from he sea us1 We picked tip quite a lot of tion bout the steering on the lion f meeting our first wagon We found that pushing the lever one way sent is into the horses and pushing tt the other sent us up on to the bank That point settledand the runaway wago well out of sight ive decided that Sophia should try her hand at drlvli g We changed places and with a face like Spartan woman s she grasped the throttlelever On we went again our erratic and zigzag course pleas antly punctuated by Ohs in cres send from Sophia as she realized- each moment to forgot the next that the Irection of our course depended- on tl e movement of her left hand Sh would have It that by this time- I was an expert engineer so whenever the chain reaked or the exhaust stew popped or any other unseemly scum was heard What makes that noise she asked 0 that I replied exhibiting more confidence than I possessed la nothing It always does that W learned all about reversing the engh o when the time arae to return Soph a had again changed places with art Stories Co Ltd me and I essayed to turn The road was not mite wide enough Now one of these things feaid I is the reversing lever I think this is the one and I pushed the lever over and put on steam Sure enough it wasI was quite right and next moment we found ourselves charging up a steep bank on the opposite side of the road back wards Fortunately the bank was very steep or I think we should have tone on forever for finding the brake did not hold when running backwards I was too much taken aback to think of putting the engine to ahead again Happily the steepness of the pitch slowed us enough to afford time for reflection and presently with a sigh of relief we found ourselves in the road again and facing the way we would go I dont mind confessing that I have not yet got over a dislike to using the reversing gear If we want to turn in the road I prefer to get out and pull the car back We did reverse once and got off quite cheaply In only smashing up a bicycle that stood by the curb We have gone through a shop window The steam car steals noiselessly along the road The rabbits nibbling by the roadside nibble on unconscious of danger till the car has passed them The green woodpecker with a yell of derisive laughter swings across the road in front of us as we drive through the woods and the squirrel on his way home with a beech nut for a winter meal sits tip on his bushy tail to scrutinize us and not till long after we are gone by remembers to run and hide behind the nearest tree It is surprising that on a steamer it is possible to get nearer to animals and birds without frightening them than one can even on a bicycle I think it is because there is no movement of the feet Stand at a field gate near the edge of a wood and if you remain perfectly still moving neither hand nor foot in a few minutes the life that your arrival has interrupted begins again The rabbits emerge cautiously from the burrows they see you standing there but as long as you dont move they see no harm in you The crouching pheasant In the stubble begins feeding again A prowl ing rat will pass close by your feet But move a foot or lift an arm and instantly all is consternation and flight In a steam car beyond the almost imperceptible movement of the hand on the steering lever the only action visible is the advancing mass of the car and that seems to have no disturbing significance for animals Day after day in the glorious au tumn weather we drove the little car down to the sea coast hitherto a long and wearisome drive or a stuffy journey by train but now a pleasant hours run over healthy moors Hardly a day all through the winter have we found the weather tOQ bad for a drive One great advantage that a motor car has over a horse Is that one is independent of inns and stables With a wellfilled basket an al fresco lunch eon or tea can be enjoyed in the wood or In a quiet byroad anywhere where there is a track for the wheels without thought of a tired and hungrj horse When the fire Is turned low the car will stand for hours with no need of attention But Sophia claims that the climax of enjoyment Is to be found in driving tho car at night During the winter we have bad many opportunities of experiencing this to me I admit somewhat fearful joy The darkness adds enormously to the sensation of speed and one seems to be rushing at a desperate pace Into the unknown Certainly Sophias courage is greater than mine for she can sit calmly straining her eyes at the darkness and what the darkness may hold witH no power of stopping the should disaster sud denly loom aheadlIt is bad enough when one has a hand on the throttle lever and afoot on the brake And at night more than at any other time the silence of the steam car Is a merit It Is distressing enough even in broad daylight to people with any lingering remains of the unfashionable quality of modesty to go clattering along disturbing man and beast with the persistent selfas sertlon of an explosion engine but he must be a hooligan indeed who can bear to make all that noise under the moonlight In quiet lanes scaring the owls and bats surprising even the nightjar and disturbing the cottagers early rest without feeling himself grow uncomfortably hot with very shame Japanese Swords Unlike the famous blades of Toledo and Damascus Japanese swords are not flexible or elastic They are un equaled for strength and hardness and hold a keen edge Japanese steel is said to excel even Swedish steel In purity The manufacture of the somolceremonials n1tlficIs regarded as the most important personage connected with the manufacture It is his name that Is In scribed on tho hilt and his reputation that enhances the value of a sword Those who shape the blade sharpen and adorn It are of minor Importance THE APPROVAL of most EMINENT PHYSICIANS and its WOEDWDE ACCEPTANCE by the aLIINFORMED BECAUSE ITS COMPONENT PARTS ARE KNOWN TOBE MOST WHOLESOME AND TRULY BENEFICIAL INEF TOjAMONGIAMIDT USAGEWITH SATISFACTION TOGETJTS CI- 4LWA17flECATtllA MANUFACTURED BY THE CAUfORNIA MjSiRUf cORSALEBYALLEEADINGDRUGGISTS size REGULAR PRICE 50f PER BOTTLE Dam ge Done by Smoke Hubert iM Wilson of the United St geo OgiCaI survey places the anmal damage and waste by smoke in the United States at 500000000 in the large cities alone or about 6 to each man woman and child of the population Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars RewanPTor any JIaUaCatarrbCheneyfororable br aU business transactions and financially ibis to carry out any obligations made by his tanMAtmtr J Wholesale Druggists Toledo O actingtJrect PIIbott1Tab Halls Family tor constipation Whatsoever you do not wish your to do to you do not unto him This Is the whole law The test Is a mere exposition of it Jewish This Will Interest Mothers Mother Grays Sweet Powders for Children cure FeTerlsh ess Headache Bad Stomach Teething DlsordcrR Regulate the Bowels and- Destroy Worms They up colds in 24 hours Pleasant to take and harmless as milk Tho never faiL At aU Druggists 2Sc Samplo- mailqd FREE Address Allen S Olmsted LeRbyNY Answer me quick what help what hand do you stretch oer destructions brink Browning 0 NOT ACCEPT SUBSTITUTE nothingistroubles yepraln constant use gds and Crosses are of no use to us but In as much as we yield ourselves up to them and forget ourselves Fenelon byDrpptchonsTake from my mouth the wish of happy years Shakespeare ky It IW tti 0t ALCOHOL3 PER CENT A egetablePreparationlerAs ulatt I INKYNIWCHILDRLN DigestionCheerfull Mineralr lATrIfFPitt i MxStxia ffothtUtSalli j4nfu Sttil lit fkpptrmjnt lCrlaf4SM ntrSwl CINird f J 7nvortl Constiapa- tlZ lion Sour ConvulsionsFeveri5htt lq facsimile Signature of Fo VVTHE CENTAUR COMPANY hIE1 V YORK tU At 6 months old Guaranteed under the Fooda Exact Copy of Wrapper t j jrs 1- i- a v ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE Fl Syrup Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt RelkfPcnuumrt car t CARTERS LITTLE LIVER PILLS Aeyur IYTeJetableact but gorily or the liver after dinner trecveodi E fills prove tncopIeeye Saab PiI SaaU Des sdlIW GENUINE mart bear signature San Diego California wonderfutharborsupply for all the southwest resent tcrralxrar Santa Fe Railroad new railroad direct east now building Population doubled in past foni years Bank post office receipts and realty valueslncreasel1 In greater proportion 85 DownCity Lofs SS litIn University Heights a splendid resideoct section Electric car lines city conveniences prices t200 to 8300 terms 8300 each lot no inter est Send 500 deposit securing best propertj unsold subject to your approval money back investmentanywheraWrite AddressD COLLIER is COMPANY SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA QUCAR VnllB QUCPD with the Goes Famous Getfromthe first year in wool saved Hhcarors using tho Goes Famous Clipper earn from 1500 to 1500 a day shearing Anybody can learn In a few hours Address Oscar Goes dt iai a Sisal CUuc PATENT BoolandAdvlcoFREE7lroy elek it Lawrtnff DC Est y ra Best references W N U CINCINNATI NO 10l9ia CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of I USe For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA I1ca ntn COLT DISTEMPEROut bo bandied Tft Tho sick are enNdtta4 aft et6ee eameatble omtter how p pdke t from ha Ute des by usnff 8POUIT3 UQUIMJISTEPER CUKKQtrcM the or in on d erpele germ of t all forms of distemper Beat remedy ever known mares fa foal botle KUAraJltefd toCUl8 onecuel boUle re doo of draA u and harDeae dealerorens express Mby froBookletyearsTPOHN Imb Wt At HORSEBARN PLAN WITHi I SPACE FOR CARRIAGES t Intended for Farm of from Two to Four Hundred Acres Pi84 Where from Eight to Fourteen Animals V Are Kepi Is 30 Lis 26x30 used for carriages with a harness room There Is room for four 5X f tcarriages Can drive In unhitCh and put the horse up The loft overhead Is a handy place to blow straw There is p3sageTheto 40 tons of hay There are 12 stalls each 5x10 feet Including manger In the front of each stall is a stall sash lOx14 inches Horses are fed hay through a chute bXIO between each pair of stalls There are three box stalls two 9x10 feet and one an 30 HAttNESSROOM5X10 SNf01- 31N oo a asox m STALL I- 10X10 t5Tau at7x r 1 lo PHorse Barn 3ox56 Feet Carriage Room 30x26 Feet Plain or Hip Roof Iv would not think it good economy of loom to keep carriages in the horse barn but It is much more convenient- t rive in and unhitch under cover lam sending a rough drawing pat terned mostly after our horse barn yd with some later ideas added writes C Co Curtis in Hoards Dairyman This barn is intended for a farm of from two to four hundred acres where from eight to fourteen horses are kept and several colts are raised each year The main harp is 30x56 feet and the MANAGING THE- YOUNG COLT begin the Training Early andvtlse Firm Bttt Gentle Methods Exercise Care Not to i Frighten Him r BY R B RUSHING When the colt is a few days old I put a strong pliable halter on its head but never try to lead it at first simply put the halter on every day until it does not care for it After the colt Is thoroughly accus tomed to the halter put a rope on the halter and pull Just a little and he will soon learn to come when you pull on the rope When leading him around out of doors hold to the chin piece of the halter so as to keep him from rearing up as he will likely do I believe in teaching colts to wear harness very young Of course it should be very light harness At weaning time put a strong halter on the colt tie him to the manger and watch him so as to teach him not to break loose If he pulls back speak kindly to him and pat him and he will soonquit and stand quietly When he is broken to stand hitched DUt lines on him but walk at his shoulders at first so as to keep him from getting frightened Every time you take him out walk further back until you can walk behind him and teach him to turn back at your voice Drive the colt around the house and barn showing him papers drive him through water show him umbrellas and In fact most everything that is e likely to see when traveling around he will not be afraid of them when he becomes grown When about one year old the regular r If it be true that handsome is as handsome does the brown Leghorn is 4oubly beautiful It Is a laying breed par excellence says Orange Judd farmer Next to that It Is eminent as a forager and a converter of waste food into abundance of eggs large whlta shelled Tones that command aa t t 10x10 feet The boxes are made with double chutes and two grain boxes so can be used for two horses when nec essary There is a room for work harnesses Under thestairway is a water tank It is built with an L to the right of the stairway 16x16 inches where the horses drink This L comes outof the adjoining box There is a granary 10x10 feet with two bins The granary and harness ghtoobysingle harness may be put on the colt Leave it x n him for a few hours so as to get pinused to the crupper and when you come into the stable again speak to him gently and tae the harness off pulling the backband all the way down to the tail gently and then he will not tie afraid of it When the young teach him to stop land start at your cqm putinyou mean when you want him to stop or start Some Weights and Measures Here are some facts worth remem bering Fifty pounds of butter make one firkin 100 pounds offish make one quintal 200 pounds of beef or pork make one barrel five pounds make one keg 100 pounds make one cask 25 pounds make ore barrel of soap 280 pounds make one barrel ot salt four inches make one hand 640 acres make one square mile and 36 square miles make one township Training Horses It is claimed by those who have trained many horses that taking the colt when training first begins they can be trained to walk over four mile an hour The Walking gait is the most important one to the farm and road horse the mistake iwjth many in training young horses is that they are too soon put to trotting which is a gait they more readily learn than fast walking Drying Timbers After timbers have been cut from the log they should be dried as rap idly and evenly as possible sOtts to remove the moisture and prevent checks Wood should not be placed ultJIJthassome fungus will enter and cause rapid decayt t I SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORN extra price with the private trade Strictly speaking the Leghor- is the egg business bird and as such it commends Itself to the farmer A fe common hens or an incubator are needed for hatching bacause the Leg horns usually are top intent on layin to be pothered by raisins fguxfHes i BURDENS LIFTED FROM BAD BACKS Weary is the back that bears the burden of kidney ills Theres no rest nor peace for the man or refJenedItsmovement sends sharp twinges through the back It is torture to stoop or straighten At night the suf achenesinside a throbbing dull aching in the kid I DOANS KIDNEY PILLS CURE SICK KIDNEYS L 1 TWICETOLD TESTIMONY A Cure ofSevereKidaer Disease Verified CherryStreet1convinced ot the great value of Doans Kidney Pills through per spnal experience Four or five months ago I suffered a great deal myhacklimbs and shoulders When Istooped or did any work that brought a strain on the muscles of my back trouble was aggravated Itried a number of remedies but without success Jitter a short time I could see that they were benefiting me and the con tents of two and onehalf boxes IrrMaREENDORSEMENTOn said DoansKidney basdone A fey JJ Cut out coupon it to Fost rMilbura N Y Aj free package Kidney Pills will be you I tltl dhS I Your it ftfbY Co A STRIKING This Is a portrait of Hix the deaf muteA very striking picture He looks as if he were just going to speak IN GONY WITH ECZEMA No tongue can tell how I suffered for five years with itching and bleed Ing eczema until I was cured by the Qutlcura Remedies and I am so grate ful I want the world to know for what h lped me will help others My body and face were covered with sores One day it would seem to be better tndthen break out again with the most pain and itching I have ben sick several times but never in my life did I experience such awful su ffering as with this eczema I had made up my mind that death was near at hand and I longed for that time wh p I would be at rest I had tried many different doctors and medi nines wi bout success mother eel bet er after the first bath with Cuticura Soap and one application of Cuticura I continued with the Cut cJra Soap Cu curs Ointment and have taken for bottles of Cuticura Resolv cut ajid consider myself wjell This was nin years had no return of the troublestn e Any person laving any doubt bout this wonderf cure by the Cutlcjira Reme can write to my address Mrs Altle Ets 3n 93 Inn Road Creek Mich Ofct 16 1909 Ills Landlords This ppears to be a pretty slow town ou have no payasyouehter street cars hereINo we have a good line of pa before you4cave board in houses cttsa One shjould take care not to gow e as A LENS XUNO BALSAM baebfen tipod sncceseLill1tor years fordccpsratrt ronffbs cold nail bronchitis Everybody biiouw know about It Is simple safe and sure Iwo thi ds of all a mans troubles wear pet coats How To Tell When Ther jcBackache or Urt1n sudden sharp twinges rheumatic painsneuralgia painful scanty or too frequent urination dilzy spells dropsy URINARY SYMPTOMS Discolored or cloudy Urine Urine that contains sedi morning urine stand for 24 hours If It shows a cloudy brJckCust TRIAL FREE pauYemeif 1CopuHalo ofymailed J WNUlar nOJs KIDNEY PILLS mlPrrcl cems OSTERIILBURh ilffaloY PmPrietors c PORTRAIT RemediesinIIstlng Battle i Reply pretty DAYSPAZOOINVMKNT IDGlifn Kidneys AlreI Disordered passages7tlood PUTNAM FADELESS DYES 1Cttar OnalOcMckaM an RNrs dre eeMwtter any tle M iMtrt Write Shins UrtM Die 4ICeIera MONROE DRUM Q r III Doing Two Things at Once man hurried into a quicklunch restaurant recently and called to the waiter Give me a ham sandwich Yes said the waiter reaching for sandwich Will you eat take with you Bothwas the unexpected but ob vious replyLadles Home Journal Its Your Eye Pettits Eye Salve for inflammation stys itching lids eye aches defects of vision and sensitivity to Howard13rosMany a saint would have less ble wrestling with the pevil he would get out and wrestle with a ball for an hour ONLY ONE BROMO QUININE That IAXATIVETWOMO QUININK Look fot the of R OHOVK Used tie World over to Cure a Cold Una Day 25c Any woman can make an impres sion on a man who has either a soft heart a soft head- sirsWinslgw9 Soothing Syrup Forchildrcn wetbll1ilOttcnl the gurus reduces In p colic a bottle easy to see the silver lining of other peoples clouds The more you eat I Quaker Oats the better your health will be Practlcalexperi ments wth athletes shqw Quaker Oats to be the greatest strength maker 06 + B Smiles Wheng He Takes sepIsosIt1EttST1hE01t1ME tui OIAS plcMtnt flat he ilcei ittndccnlains no opi IISo There is aothl rlike it for BronchHit III Asthma sodall troubleof the Moat and luncs Sunomtd a ceitury OrnovlBtB aCeH d L AMiracle of Comfort and Convenience NO STROPPING NO HONING THE woRLo ovzR and Mrs Babers1615Terry says very KldIney and ago me of waS of and In of used was Two and never had the Pills who cases done same Test this and and Pills than They eUwr 00 Use trou two Cure PARKER BALSAMCUtaie Promote a ever Ors Rats Color Can hkir ftlllnand IRESINOL from raised wheat apples vntcr from Sierra la Land while or make t h Frank years place sixty lUQOl which estate I ANY A TrcmkJ Dropsy L Texas I bold a high good reason years they cured clung several years There a limbs other I various I I Doans boxes cured I trouble I many people have about I which they good work 4 mail a trial dies YRS Urcetm In better ftmMfwitJittttriMl to Ketch hews A it or it If if or signature or It is A All luxuriant If to Sector y to its Youthful e to in rd re an of to al In P fi In tksLamenessJJone Spavla J1I0raerra Horse tree for asanklnd ll andvtReduces Btralned enlarged gland or ulcers allays pain druggist supply references tell t FARM FOR SALEIn Knox Xmlle to Location c l r I lie11ii1st4BeakrylTarsaems been t years by 1 world in meat of skin kck lag and 8 and It acknowledged them to be the very best known for erysipelas settle ringworm and a = 50c a jar druggists or sent direct on of price RESINOL CHEMICAL COMPANY BALTIMORE MD I Mrs Geo M ntrel = l 125000 net from 1200 acres grapes 15000 from 22 acres peaches 3200 from 20 acres raisins the- CaliforniaSan JoaquinValley A cow an an of alfalfa will earn a year in the San yield from per acre and 150 to 500 oranges will from 250 to 500 and in many than an Thejre are ten milKon arable acres l ere You still buy unimproved hind for 50 an Tert acre are to comfortablysupport a small acres afford a living l money in acres you rich You pay onefourth one paidforAlmost anything can be the Sun country oranges and jigs nhd gropes hardy Products of the anti semitropic zones flour Ish stile side Iflenty of for drawn the nearby snows It entry fur oar to make a start be twtfen the rows can be used Ch Is for mnny crops Tho point is to squ foi bear What omci formers Thomas of Fresno Cal boo ht twenty acres of land ITe had but 300 to start on To dnyihis Ja paid for and ho has yearWilliam Fresno acres six ago Now owns acres all 11sJllflcyard of acres from he Annual profit of 125000 tlkIan twentytwo a 15000 crop 1t NEVER RETURN Complete KiiUy St Houston opinion of Doans with three kidney trouble that had to me for dropsical swelling my feet addition symptoms kidney and though remedies not helped until procured Kidney Pills of this preparation me have slightest return of my have commended Deans Kidney to questioned me them and knowot say eral the promptly ilrd I Ointment anil tnytlhardra cetera YMiMrip tree sir the Tails lAOat five Will reduce Inflamed Btralned U Bone or used aiiQn cut After Book U ABSORBING JRtorn ligaments veins muscles Your con and give bywGarden Spot of County Ohio varybeat3l0will pJO Ileal has prescribed for physician allover the diseases eczema the treat 1 in dressing of boitefcle carbuncles Is by ointment erythema rash specific for itching pllesli till receipt cannot praise RFSINOL eaoagh A Laaey Caaada in acre 120 Joaquin Valley Grapes wilt Jioo to 300 peaches apricots produce instances more 1000 acre and irrigable may acre enough fine should delicate and potatoes teinperate irrigation young profitable every something years Harold complaint have HpUntSlde beals irritatioa family Twenty Carson I ecd Reed ley Cal from a twentyacre crooo1 Sultana raisins netted 320 I know this valley from end to end I have seen crops planted and harvest ed In every one of its counties I have interviewed farmers ranchers and mer chants I have testimony of crop experts All this valuable information is contained in the San Joaquin Valley land folder issued by the Santa Fe Railway Write for it giving full name and ad dress I win also send you our immigration Journal The Earth six months freeThe Santa Fe employs me to help settle up its Southwest lines The Corn pang has no land to sell but I will reUallclandLow fares fire offered uy th Santa Fe daily Comfortable tourist sleepers and ohair cart the Journey also may be made at rtthcr times for a reason ohIo cost Santn FU tourist service to San Franpiacslisi uickest C L SEAGRAVES GeMU C kw ati Age- tATSFRSyetc USOhiJwU cJs CIaeareN- i j l ITESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 9 1910 I T NOTICEie sure and use our Fertilizer on your Tobacco Beds It makes jour Plants two weeks earlier stronger and better in every way I 1rsaIebyH G Di ROBERTSON SL GO BOOKER = Mr Charlie Settle took bis tobicco aep to Springfield this week and sold It fo 13 cents per pound t Mr John Kays and wife spent last aaday with their parents near Polin Mig Minnie Mann spent last batur 1y an4 Sunday with ner father Mr w M Mann Mr and Mrs P H Pile spent Sunday Msuag with Mr John Steyerson Mr H REddIeman and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Mam Pile Mrs T J Settle has returned home in Louisville where she has been wttifig relatives Mr Ham Pie and Joe Goatley spent Xnday with Mr JeffSmith Mr Charlie Butter was the guest of Mr Arthur Eddleman Saturday night M Sunday Rev Oliis Hamilton spent Sunda- yJIiPt with Mr Emmett Settle Mrs Joe Goatley and Mrs Ham Pi- leat Tuesday with Mrs Burnett Walls Mr Will B blitt pas sold his tobacco t Cwhman and Bloomfield for 14 ccnts ppound Mw Ardie Wall spent Tuesdaymght with Miss Cassie Young 1 Mrs Nora Boblitt and children of iljpdigfield spent Saturday night and nday with her father B M Pile Mr Joe Goatley and family spent Riiay night and Saturday with Mrs Mora Boblitt Mr Jim Cull and family of Bloom field yisited his father one day last INK Mr and Mrs Jeff Smith spent Mon ihy with Mrs Mary Sweeney Mr Ham Pile was in Springfield Mon AMT en business rCoultersoldliis tobacco toM Derrager at 14 cents Miee Janie Chesser remains the guest fMrs Mary Sweeney Mewrs Will and Tom Cull were in WiiMrfiQld Tuesday hist Mrs Ham Pilespent Tuesday and Wefeesday with her mother Mrs Elsie Smith and daughter Miss Margie spent Tuesday last with Mrs m lIs ieldIH Pile was in Springfield Tuesday Miss Mary Moore is the guestof Mrs Baffle lID Mary Goatley Stella Pile and Mary Moore were guests of Mrs Jeff Mtk Thursday last fMeans Sam and Ed Sweeney were r i SpringfielcLTuesday 100 Reward 100 the readers of this paper will be jiMgod to learn that there is at least M dreaded disease that science has bees able to cure in all its stages and iat is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being atMBBtitutional diseare requires a con fitsrtional treatment Gere is taken internally acting directly s the blood and mucous surfaces of e system thereby destroying the fcteodation of the disease and giving be patient strength by building up the coartitotion and assisting nature doing work The propriters have so much a maty r theyOnet it fails to care Send for list of- fII testimonials Address F J Cheney Co i i Sold by all Druggists The ToledoIMaftY Family Pills for DEEP CREEK Miss Maggie Cpyle spent several days with Mr Will Coyle and write at Jen sonton Mr W B Carpenter and witewere guests of Mrs Ida Coyle Thursday Mrs Lucinda Blacketcr entertained as her guests on last Tuesday Mrs Laura Vest Mr A Lawson and wife and Mr J L Harmon and wife and Mr J S Coyle and wife Mrs J L Yankey in on the sick list this week Miss Laura Graves of Mackville is spending a week with her aunt Mrs Nora Best Misa Maggie Coyle was the guest of Miss Mary Young of Boyle county Saturday night and Sunday The Cumberland Telephone Co have completed their line and now it is ready useMr J H Elliott of Danville is spending a few days with his daughter Mrs Amy Carpenter In Memoriam Deaths angel came again Saturday morning February 26th about 8 oclock and carried away on its snow white wings Nettie the youngest child of Mrs J T Hardin The loss of the lit tie one was greatly felt Nettie wasa bright handsome little girl and was loved by all who knew her Her death was a shock to all of her friends She had only been sink about four days Her father departed this life about four months ago Nettie was 9 years of age Dear mother sister and brother re member your little darling has not gone for ever but only think that she has gone on just a while before to await the resurrection Although there is a va cant chair that never can be filled How sad the death of this sweet little girl andin such a shocking way Nettie in her own good way was always ready to lend a helping hand to any who need ed help She was a sweet obedient child to her mother She leaves a moth er one sister one brother and a host of friends to mourn her death May God help them to bear their great trouble E W S fAIR VIEW MrF M Carneyjind family and Mr and Mrs C C Wot rd dined with L D Carney Sunday Fanny Laydane is with her aunt Mrs Mat Bayne Mr and Mrs J E Steaven and Mr Ben Phe dined at the home of F M Carney Some of our our farmers have taken advantage of thepretty weather and planted their potatoes Mrs Ada Moor and daughter visited Mr Preston Moore last week Rev Hamilton filled his regular ap ointment at New Hope Sunday George Moul visited hiscousin Earnest Pile Sunday We are sorry to hear of the death of Mrs Billy Pmkston Mrs E A Smothers and children Estill John and Anna have returned home after amonth visit to relatives in Grayson County The Sun and CourierJournal JL58 It WEEKLY COURIERJOURNALrHenry Watttrson Edi orLIs a national Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news withoutIfear or favor The regular price is 100 iIa year but you can get the WEEKLYICOURIERJOURNAL andII H 1 THE SUN BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 50L 1 If you will give or send your order to this papernot to the Courier Journal I Daily CourierJournal one yearfo r 600 Sunday Courier Journal one year rr 2 OO J r I We can give yon a combination cut rate iOnfDaily or Sunday if you will write this paper v 1 SIS SIS1S1S SS SSSSie SISIS 1SsI 1 VALLEY HILL I love winter butohyou Spring days T1i se like we enjoyed last week that enabled our farmers to begin work in ear est A rJas L Moran lost a valuable mate last week r effects spa modicco1icr ill ft rmn omtthe purchased wo calves from at 18y per head r T A Tatum js confined to his idme suffering from heart trouble Misses Pearl and Goatley wer guests of Mudd Tuesday and MisSMattie Mrs to- horre her at Rock Falls after a brief visit to her mother MrS S E Piles of this place M r Jas Harmon recently purchased two nice gilts from J R Gray of Har destfr at 115 apIece M ss Estella Wohnerbf near Sharps ville visited relatives in this s ction- last week Jas Moran Sr recently sold an aged bloo mare for 70 L 1uis Ballard who hap been suffering front a nervous collapses is slowly con vale icing Mt and Mrs Chas L Grundv visited Velatiyes at Pleasant Grove Sunday Mi1 Toney Hundley recently pur chas d a fine stallion from a Lexington hors man Mr and Mrs J E Derringer visited relatives near here Sunday W R Moran has reentered school at S ring field after recovering from a sick spell Re Hey Simpson and sister visited rel atiyc s near Folin Saturday and Sunday Mit and Mrs Carl Perkins visited rel ativ s near Willisburg Sunday Mis Chas Donahoe entertained a number or her friends at a sumptuous dinner Tuesday Your correspondent being absent account for inability to f he names of the invited guests Moran visited Joe Goatley on urnlSht the breath of Spring has the sorrows of winter and on the vergeo weather beautiful Ed Kelly has salliaa forth from his win ter quarters and risked the Innocent life of his young son te the powers of the spring Sun fqr the sake of taking a daoff and enjoying another day abroad Mr and Mrs Ed Kelley were guests of Mi1 and Mrs Hughey Goatley Sun dayIJoe Sheehan purchased a threeyear old s ddle horse from Rucker Brent of Nels n county last week for 145 Mr and Mrs Thomas Reed of Booker w re guests of Mrs S EPl1es on Sunday D Reddicks and Miss Faulkner of near his place eloped last Thursday night and are presumed to be married althot gh no trace has been found to the presejit time Reddicks is an exsol a cripple wellknown throughout tije county Miss Faulkner is the daugt ter of Bill Faulkner a farmer Fro n the hilltops one can view any numbr of small fires with the blue smok curling lazily aloft amid breezes of higher lands as they ascend from the y4llys and hollows below where the diligent toilers are preparing for the wi rldf amous weed tobacco Ma ny beds have been sown and ere long the iriniature plants will have made their appearance Then the real labor begin that of setting and raising this staple article which has4 Deprived our youth of an education anefmade million aires f a few Sherwood Weakley is nursing a very pajnfilyet not serious wound which he received while cutting feed after dark ion Saturday evening when his hand fs caught under the blade of the cuttini box the index finger and thumb being mputated Mr and Mrs Hark Sheehan of Moore vile were in our midst Sunday and re ort that they had been victims of a si ght ptomaine poisoning through eating decayed canned tomatoes They are no v fully recovered Miss Pearl Goatly will begin teaching a spring school at this place on the 14th inst She is a teacher of no little ex perien e and is well qualified for the positio i she fills so admirably She has several pupils enrolled and expects an unusua attendance Ther is some talk of building a new schoolhouse in this districtand we shout amen It is certainly needrJWhy not ha e it Lets all get togethef and keep tl e ball rolling Af te having endured a cold second to none and a spell of grippe that would put to shame an attack bf pellagra your cc rrespondent has ha4a Herculean tas to avoid a clash between ner vous pi ostration and an outburst of vi olent temperate language that Noah Webst r fails to record at the same time testing our patience until we are dispose 1 to think that Job had patience 0 exceed the wisdom of Solumon This howevt r failed to relIeve Us to any extent arid at the present writing we are enwrai ped in the clutches of that dread disease la grippe which has overpow ered m my ot 0ur citizens during the past th ree weeks The name implied is a very appropriate onq indeeJ for of all known powers this disease has a gnpp j that equals the vise of a car riage r mker and excels the rest be yond conception v 7 1o Hekrt Troubles The heart may be weak just th same as the eyes organsItperson is horn with a weak heart Then again direase fevers pverexertdon anxiety nervousness TheumaiLism etc weaken the hea i The result is j ortpesof breath pal plt in the heart or in some of the nerves of the chest or abdomen The h art should be strengthened with a tonic qualsDrJthoughttired and gooddealIbeganand Nervine and now I feel so much thankfulothershowNORTONFreeville HeartCure falltoMUes Medical Co Elkhart Ind t ARDESTY The farmers in this vicinity are taking advantage of this pretty weather Several plant beds have been sown and the women are thinking about gardening Mr and Mrs J F Gray spent from Friday until Sanday with Mr and Mrs Ride Harmon at Bohon Mr James QBryan wife and child ren of Springfield visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs W S Y Good lett Saturday and Sunday Mr Jim Harmon of Valley Hill recently purchased two nice gilts of Mr J H Gray at 2- 3MrdE A Smothes has returned home after a several weeks visit to relatives in Graysoni Mr Walter Lewis wife and son A B spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs Mollie Williams Mr and Mrs R H Hardin attended church at New Hope Sunday and took dinner with their aunt Mrs W H YanceyMrs Eliza Mitchell NannieHarde5ty Della Lewis and son Mrs R D Good left and little son were the guests of Mrs J H Gray Friday Mr Solomon Kays and family of Hillsbovo spent Sundavwith Mr H P Cheser r4 i i V t iMessrs WIll land Ed Gray spent Sun day with Mr VTalter Carney Mrs M llieWilliams and daughter spent Thursday with Mrs Lacy Sales Mr EdGray and sister returned home Tuesday from Harrodsburg where they have been visiting friends nd relatives Mrs spent Saturday night and Sundiy with Mr Biuce Will iams and family at Midway Master J B Wiliams is visiting his grandmother Mrs Eliza Mitchell this week Miss Ollie Gray is in Louisville hist week selecting her spring line of Millin ery goods she will sell again at Polin An Ideal Cough Medicine As an ideal cough medicine tregard Chamberlains Cough Remedy in a class by itself says Dr R A Wilshire Gwynneville Ind I take ure in testifying to the resultsoftham bealains COUg Medicine In fact I knowofnoother reperation that meets so fully the expectations1 of the most exasting in cases of croUp and coughs of children As it contains no opium chloroform or morphine it certainly makes a most safe pleasant and affica cious remedy fot the ills it is intended For sale by Leo Havdon Drug Co SUISGRIiERS FlEE COLUMN Wejearnestly request the patrons of column to us when you sell your stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this head all persona who are subscribers to The Sun may Insert free of charge oUierfarmLand for sale or for rent not included but in serted In another department of the paper at nothlugLoyd Ha don Jr has for sale Pure settmgfoMrs Tucker Rtl has for sale Rhode Island Red eggs From pen 1 and vard 50 cents forsetting of fifteen King Comstock Rtl has for sale a good second hand buggy Turner Derringer Rt 3 has for sale Ia lot of extra good baled straw sa1ePurefor setting of 15 IMrs 5J B Cregor Rt 3 Lebanon has for sale S C Rhode Island Red- Cockerels from first prize winners Toledd Poultry Show DeGraffe strain at 80c ea Eggs from pen 75c for 15 C L Brady Rt 3 has for sale Tim othy hay and Orchard Grass stubble hay and Qrchard Grasa Seed J BJ Qeyton Rt 4 has for sale a lot of good Seed corn White Dant and Yellow lT Aj Grundy Rt 1 has for sale from reponableC C Christie Lebanon Rt3 has for sale a good Milk Cow D B Wilson Rt 3 has for sale about 2000 hickory split tobacco sticks Springfieldhaserels at 1 00 T J Graves Springfield has for sale about 200 Kentucky River Wat r Maple shade trees 15cc and 20c each Stiff Neck Stiff neck is caused by rheumatism oy the muscles of the neck It is usuallf confined td one side or to the baskon the neck and one side While it is of ted quick relief may be haf by applying Chamberlains Liniment Not one case pf rheumatism in ten requires internal treatment When there is no ver and no swelling as iamus cularahd chronic rheumatIsm Csam berlain LiMmentwill accomplish more than aiwTnternal treatment For sale by Leo Haydon Drug Co Best Stomach Remedy Free It is art old saying that if the stom ach is sound the whole body is safe because so much depends upon the proper working of the stomach Many persons find themselves with a dis producesbiliousness If you suffer from both stomach trouble and constipation you are on the way to fu copditlons rIskiacause the waste matter that should hDe t throughtheblood and vitiated It What is needed at this point is not simply a violent cathartic tablet or salt which usually does more harm than good but a gentle laxative tonic like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsla which people have been for these ailments for nearly a qbarter of a cen tury It cured J C Lanham of War 1r8tandlngSon St Louisville Ky wHo had the trouble for fifteen years However if you have stomach trouble you want to know from personal expert PepsIriiIto the doctor and a free trial bottle will be sent you You are urged to send for the free bottle as the results from it will be the best recommendation of Dr Cald Pepsin Then you will do as two million people did last yeargo druggist and buy a regular bottlelover cents or according to the size prefer We mention hundreds hundreds of fa JillesviHio are never rt it You can never tell when some of the family will need a laxa 11rrh and then no rime should be lost Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin If there is anything about your ailment that you dont wantSIto the doctor mind he will answer you fully There Is no charge for this service 131Caldwell For sale by The ned Cross Drug Store t rDMEh A GOLD MEPAL FIELD SEEDS THE SUREGROWING KIND Are a safe proposition for us because we can them under a guarantee tha any shipment found to be I Ifactory can be returned at the shippers s expense unsatisII means no chance of our having poor seeds i IDoesnt that make GOLD MEDAL EEDS a SEEDS proposition for you L JI M TRENTWILLISBURG KY RURAL TELEPHONES I yourfamilytp get the latest market 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