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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f ft r t 1ti rr i S t mbt V I I rnfuthC t DEVOTED TO tUE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY t r I 1 IL EVI 1PIIFI LDI KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 1110 NVMIER IS L C F BQSLJEY APPOINTED fl Master Commissioner of ashIC4 kigton Grcuit Court to MvG Leachman h rTJ News of Circuit Court 1Judge I H Thurman has appointed C F Boslev Master Commissioner oft T Washington Circuit Court to suc ceed MiG Leachman whose terrp has S expired Mr Leachman was appointed in J04 by the late Judge Chas E Pat terson and has served since that timeO and has made an efficient and tious official Mr Bosley is so well known tothe people of this county thaf it is unnecessary to state that he is i rpkaididly equipped to fill the office to r blcbhe has been aptaintfed The grand jury adjourned yesterday after having been in session two weeks The grand jury has worked faithfully sad succeeded is returning 29 indIct- ments a The ComfeMiiweftlth cases which had been passed ht the first week of Cir 12 cult Court were taken up Friday of last week and fcefpre the day was over the docket had been cleared Probably more bdsi en has never been disposed of in a single day at any term of the Washington Carcuit Court Three indictments against Francis Buckman were filed away with leave to reinstate t Will Brown charged with malicious sheotiaKfor having shot attWillis Edelen last fall was found guilty of shooting in Midden heat and passion and given a fine of 75 and six months in jail In the case in which the same defendant was charged with carrying concealed a deadly weapon peremptory retractions were given for the de ant The trial of HaNinWer indicted for malicious shooting was continued until the next term on account of the r absence of material witnesses Peremptory instructions were given for John Smith a negro charged with r petit larceny GeoLewis Elliott on plea ot guilty to an indictment for breach of the peace was fined 25 and John Armstrong 9f pn a plea of guilty to an indictment J charging hntith disturbing religious worship y On the same charge Erastus Perkins was acquitted by the jury When the case Qfhe Conqmdnwealth vs Joe Reed and Rod Jonnson chargedI with kilhng John Kirafcerlin Monday morning the defendant Rod ohnson moved for a separate trial itwhth the jury box partially filled arid there ular panel exhausted the case was Sherp iff ordered to summon a special yenir of thirty men The jury was completed this morning and consists of the follow ing men Geo Bodine W H Lay Nel son Dennis Elmer Burkhead W J Smith C R Fileatreau L B Carney Henry Burkhead R SH ardin T S indersoni Robt Young arid John Swe e fey c1The case was stated for the Common twealt by County Attorney T S Mayes and for the defense by WC McChorr1 A full account of the tifial will nppea Sunm j Good Cough Medicine for Children ar The season for coughs and colds is now at hand and too mush care arinot be used to protect thechildren fA chil- iis much more likely to contract diahth eria or scarlet fever when he has a thcoldCongFh XRemedv is the sle reliance of many mothers and few of those who ha- veIl it are will to use tiny other Mrs Starcher of Ripley W Va says never used any thing other tha- mberlains Cough Remedy for m h and it hap always gIven good n action This remedy contains n apta or other narcotic and maybe given M cbnfid tlv to a child as to an adult Forsale by Leo Haydon Drug Co Election of Officers The stockholders of ihe Washington Fair ocitattonmet atthe of ee of Judge B L Litsey Saturday afternoon for the purpose of electing offi ers of the Association for this year Litsey was reelected president Sam J Anderson 1st vicepresident Campbell was elected secretary and T Scott Mayes treasurer The board of directors consists of the fol lowing wellknown citizens of the county L A Burns L H Thurman S Mayes B L Litsey T G Camp 01bellP Thompson W D Claybrooke and Conrad Hertlem OCTOGENARIAN of PASSES AWAY if Mr John Burns a Wealthy Citi zen Dies at The Home of ills Niece Mrs T I Wheatly Mr John Burns an octogenarian and wealthy citizen of this county answered deaths summons Saturday Mar his death being caused by pnemonia Mr BurMrdied at the home of his niece Mrs Tom Ike Wheatley where he made his home Mass was said for the de n ceased Monday morning at St Rose and the interment was in the St Rose cemetery Mr Burns life was an exemplifies tion of what energy industry and thrift will accwnplfeh1 and likewise demon pirates the unparalleled opportunities this country offers poor boys Mr Burns when quite young emigrated to this country from Ireland his native land Hd straightway looked for work ho and began life in this country asa farmhand ho He next took up stone masonry go Which trade he followed untilage rec quired that he should give up so hard a andcollie saving Mr ei Burns had accumulated a considerable fortune He wasnevermapied Mrs Wheatly and Mrs E F Donnely are nieces t take Examination The following young men were exam med here today and granted license to Prattles Jaw Beckham Overs treet H McMullin and Henry P rindsley of Louisville Ernest Ames of Glencoe Ky and Conn Brown or Mt Vernon Ky The young men are all graduates- of the University of Louisville Law School except Mr Oyerstreet who is a graduate of the Jefferson School of Law They were examined jby Judge Thurman Judge Selecman and C M McChord and passed creditable exam motions Painful Burn By the Courage and presence of mind of her mother Mrs C L Price little Mildred Price aged five years escaped serious and possibly fatal burns yester day The little girl and her little broth er were playing before the fire in one of the roams of Mr Prices home when a spark from the grate flewout and coming in contact with the dress of httla Mildred instantly slated it The children were terrified and began tot scream attracting Mrs Price who wa in1 the next room Mrs Price instantly took in the situation and seizing the child smothered the flames with he skirts Mrs Price was in time to save dthe child from any injury save a sligh- a burn and quite a scare faster Salev The Ladies of the Presbyterianj church will have an Easter saleon Saturn day March 26 They will have for the public cakes salad dresssd chick oeM ham and most everything for your Easter dinner Hand us ou Order aud it Will be appreciated l MR J WILL THOMPSON One of Countys Pest KnownMen Died Last Friday Funeral Services Held at Pleas ant brove Sunday LThe people of Washington county are mourning the loss of J Will Thompson of the highest standing citizens of this county and member of two of its ldest and most aristocratic famIlIes- r Thompsons death occurred Friday afternoon at four otcock at the home his son inlaw Mrj C D Robertson vhere he had forborne time made his lome and was caused by paralysis- r Thompson suffered his first stroke paralysis about twryears ago and a stand attack eight weeks ago which onfined hm to his bed until Jhe time- f his death On Thursday night he was stricken tor tjie third time his throat having been paralyzed on thisoc casion He steadily grew worse from uie time of this attack Until dissolution occurred His deatn Was more sudden however than was expected as the members of his family thought that he would live for several days The fu sal services were conducted at three oiclock Sunday afteim ori March 13 by Rbv R E C Lawson at Pleasant Grove church htch the decreased had been an Offi years and the body buried in offfamily lot in the rear of the u Will was in hiath year and had spent nisi life in this coon tyl where he was widefy known as an upright and honorable neJthbor a Inth Pleasan rove d was noted for its hospitality andI d cheer He was thje oldest son and ld of the late Parker and Sallie Br wn Thompson both members ot seer families of the county In eai ly manjiood he m riled Miss Matilda Ra ybournerand their married life was one of happiness to bq broken only by de th which claims s Thompson fivo years ago Mr land Mrs Thomp son reared a large family of children y all of whom are n Wjgrown and who ha e taken honorabl positions in the world They are Mrn C D Robert sun Mrs B D Like Sterling and Steire Thompson of this place HR Th mpson of Texas Vatter Thompson of Asheville N C and Joe Ed and Wil Thompson of Pittsburg Pa TheI dec ased is also Burvive9bt one brothI er 3 B Thompson proprietor ot thej Wa ton Hotel of this place and two nisi rs Mrs Nannie Hyatt of Abilene Tex and Mrs Jane Adams of Indian ape s Ind The two sisters were un able to be here because df the distant of tl leir homes from here and sickness 1t Relieved At Once IITl at terrible itch disrppears with th the First Drops of a simple compound of if of wintergreen thymol and gly ten e mixed in D D Di Prescription This soothing healing lotion used ex term illy kills the edezemajgerm instant ly Heretofore the D Pi IX remedy has been sold only in SlOOrBottles dut as a spec I offer any sufferer in this town swho has never tried D El D can now rtry his remedy in a special bottle at 25c It cures the itch injstantly We Robrertso tDont Break Down Se re strains on the vital organs like s rains on machinery cause break down You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves with out s rious danger to yourself If you are sale of rundown or Under strain of an kind take Electric Bitters the matt ass tonic medicine Mrs J E Von d Sande of Kirkland writes uTha 1 did not break down while ed Burin a most severe strains for three mont is due wholly to Electric Bit anranteT50cl at Hayden Roberaso- t p MY VALLEY HOME bysshortly beset to music bye wellknown composer i There k a verdant little valley in my native Empire State Where a silvery purling stream flows swiftly down Where the maple and the birch tree are growing tall and great tlltoPs glisten brightly iin the dawn r ChorusIIBlack eyes blue eyes eyes of evry hue Twinkle in that valley ever bright and true But those eyes of hazel brighter than the dew Are the only eyes that lure meunto you I II A star shins in this valley a pure ce lestiaT gem Which cats a brilliant radiance down the va Eclipsing litits beauty a monarchs diademI And with a mellowed glory fills the dale Cho LAST AYS OF + THE LEGISLATURE Summary of Bills Passed by Both Branches During the Week Frankfort March 14This city is crowdedwith Visitors owing to this being the closing week of the session In the Senate the J W Berkshire bill amending the exemption laws so thaH6jp srieatridf the wages salary or income of all persons earning 75 a mpnth shall be subject to execution passed by a vote of 18 to li- The bill appropriating 11500 for a water supply and Ifeating system at the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley known as the Richardson bill passed 29 to The Zimmerman bill framed with a view of preventing the names of candi dates nominated by petition going on the ballot under any party device was passed 29 to 0 In the House Senate bill No 181 ap propriating 232227 for the expenses of the Tax Revision Committee appointed by Goy Willson was passed by a vote of 55 to 5 The appropriation bill for the chari table institutions was passed 61 to 4 Senator Arnetts bill giving to women the same rights as men in making conveyances of property passed 31 to 0 The bill affecting condemnation pro ceedings in fourthclass cities was passed 70 to 0 1Senator Newcombs bill to make el ectrocution tile method bf inflicting the death penalty was passed 63 to 3 The Governor sent in his veto of the Holland bill designed to give the pee pie of Shelby county a chance to get rid of the proposed Lincoln Institute The Holland bill was passed over the Governors veto by a vote of 63 to 26 In the Senate a resolution offered by Senator Thomas was adopted providing for the inscribing of Theodore OHaras poem Bivouac of the Dead on thee IH Thin star is but the lovelight in a glen 0us womans eye That draws all lovers toward it near and far And makes the home an Eden while the summer blossoms die When the fragrance ofher presence fills the air x Cho IV Theres a home within this valley in a beauteous mossy dell Embowerd in a spreading flowery mead And the atmosphere of love within its sdwnlielestlal ChojV Fond memories cluster round meibf tins happy valley home And the luster of the past will never pale yiit These memries linger lovingly j oer the world I roams c i To return with steps of gkulnees to that vale Cho soldiers monument in the State ceme tery At the night session an appropriation of 7500 was voted to assist in defray ing the cost of the erection of a monument to the memory of the COnfederate Gen Jno A Morgan Senate bill 198 appropriating 16000 additional to encourage the establish meet of private sanitariums for treat Kent of tuberculosis passed 58 to 2 Senate bill 217 to regulate the sate of farm seed and to prohibit adulteration passed 64 to 1 Senate bill 228 appropriating money to meet the deficit of the Houseof Re form and erect necessary new buildings passed 52 to 4 Senate bill 193 to provide lit esavin g apparatus for the inspector of mine Jnd his assistants passed 73 to 1Senate bill 236 tj promote and com of children in school and truancy in cities of the first four classes passed 59 to 1 Senate bill 121 to regulate improve ments in second class cities by d inRfor Improvement districts passed 58 to Senate bill 329 to increase the salary pf the Secretary of the State Board of Control to 1800 a year passed 65 to 2 Senate bill 201 increasing salaries of assistant mine inspectors to 1806 a year passed 55 to 0 Senate bill 240 requinng that bonds of public officials shall be for a d penal sum passed 57 to 0 Senate bill 13 to change timeof holding court in the Second Judicial Dis trict passed 62 to 0 t The Legislature died nut this morning at 1230 An Ideal Cough Medicine As art ideal cough medicine Iregard Chamberlains Cough Remedy in a clan hv itself says Dr R A Wilshire CwynnevrlleInd I take great pleas ure in testifying to the results of Cham bealains Dough Medicine In fact I know of no other preperation that meets so fully the expectations of the most exasting in cases croup and coughs opiumchloroform I makes a most safe pleasant and affica cibus remedy for the ills it is intended For sale by Leo Havdon Drug Co ri HOGS HOLD 11 MARK IJCattle Market Study to Strong er With Small Offerings Hogs held steadfastly ke 11 mark stills Bourbon Stock Yard this morn ing There Were only 197 heOII sale The 11 mark was readied y ester r day There was an easier feeling is Chicago St Louish Kansas CIty Cia cmnati and several other marketYter day and early sales m Chicago today v were unchanged compared with yester day The local cattle market was steady to strong today following an addancea of 10 to 25 cents yesterday There were only fortyeight head on handjj Jv and very few choice steersTuesday Times K k Twd jangles Maity 1 Bowling Green Xv Marcial2 fSpe = ci l71otheSun Mr Woe fy j ertawl Miss Ethel Ashland werctifi in lthe holy bonds of matrimony March Btb 1910 at Nashville Tents Mr fctkerw t the son ot Mr James Baker of teals r county and is well known They sere- r both students at the W K it I MrJ and Mrs Baker will leave soon fir the fbrides home in Leadyille Cob X ear many friends wish them a Ioogandiap4 h py married life IL Mr Everett Dcdraari and KiM Eva Martin were married Sunday Marciv r by the vJ H Price of thus CtY Mr Dedman is a son pfMr E P DM man of Washington county The bride prominent m society and is a daught rerotJ M Martin of HopkinsvUle Ky The congratulations of their lany 4i ftw friends is extended tothe young con le iwith kind wishes for a long and happy union aarWill Organize Local 4C n GrowersAsSOaathi State Commissioner of Agriculture vv M C Rankin has announce thelist of places and dates at which Corn Grow fers Associations will be organized ini r Kentucky within the next tell weeks The finest Boone county white seed con to the amount of three bushels at each place where an association is or ganized will be distributed free by tfc a Department of Agriculture In the fall the corn grown will participate a corn show and prizes will be awarded j efor the best ears The counties toil and dates chosen for the organization of the associations K in this territory isras followsTLarueHod envllle March 24rWashingtonSpringfield March 25 Xr Marion Lebanon March 28 ff Taylor Spurlingiort March 29 Green Greensburg March30 Adair Columbia Marc 31 13fA Man of Iron NerveI eDjergy Fs Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of v j order If you want these qualitjplan J the success they bring use New Life Pills the matchless regula tors for keen brain and strong body J 25c at Haydon Robertson f j 11 tI n Ii I i I Scene from Ta GlrIFrom sAjt Ii y At Opera tfJ se 1hT Gay Ahufehl f ttfWiJjc jst arfy If t r J i ifr t li J F The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Bread pudding Is a cheap filler The man higher up must be called down Wonder If they serve tea between heats In the English elections Wasnt Nebuchadnezzar who start boycottoWhen It coines to paying for one of the cocoon gownsthe worm will turn Evenwith choice new hay at 23 a ton It doesnt cost any more to run an automobile Now it Is said that kisses spread tu berculosis But science never did have terrors for osculation Minister Wu promises to return in 1959 If he keeps his promise he certainly ought to show us how he does It The next time Cincinnati is amlcted with a Lood we presume she will proudly call herself the Paris of Amer lea Should a man lift his hat when he meets his wife asks a correspond nt- If he has been properly trained he will anyway A Parisian scientist has Isucceeded In making artificial sapphires Why doesnt he counterfeit something of value HkjB eggs If a man had a hen that would lay eggs as persistently as the St Louis seismograph records earthquakes his fortune would be made As the Halley cq et Is rObpbOO times as big as the eSrlh s m Of our busy magnates never realr Y happy until they own it I In New York charity applicants have Increased 80 per cent In five years Looking at the tall buildings is not very nourishing exercise Twothousand five hundred sailors in the American navy cannot swim and let us hope they never will have to in order to keep from drowning There Is a movement now to make women in theaters remove their hair along with their hats so that persons behind them may see the stage One would think that Halleys comet with its great reputation would be ashamed to let a comparatively un known celestial wanderer get here first Now comes the meatless dinner The object is to bring about the condition of a powerless trust As money talks Its silence may be the best argument in the caso- Though Halleys Justly celebrated comet is 1000000 times larger than the earth fortunately It is of a sunny disposition so our small planet has nothing to fear from its approach It looks like an investigation of food prices and the cost of living all along the line Well the poet tells us the proper study of mankind Is man and what will a general Inquiry into the food question be but a study of man find his ways with perhaps a chance to have some of the ways corrected The burning of the palace of Chera gan in Constantinople in which the national parliament held sessions tikes on the aspect of a calamity since the direct property loss involved la estimated at 16000000 while the destruction of archives and other be longings adds vastly to the deplorable consequences The building was one of the show places of the Turkish capital and renowned for its beauty and elegance There is a new pavement intended to resist the strenuous wear and tear of automobiling In England this pavement Is called Durax It is of threeinch Irregular cubes of hard stone laid In small segments of circles The stones can be cut by machinery and are comparatively Inexpensive On account of its cost they are Ial without grout Germany is puttin down a good deal of Durax pavement which fact should be sufficient to en courage experiments with Durax in the United States Choice of occupation is mostly a matter of taste and aptitude No hon est calling is in itself much better or worse than others Every business is considered the best by somebody while others declare it the worst of all The question is not have you chosen the best vocation but rather have you found out where you belong The right road will seqm to stretc out before you the distance fa life time without a barrier the wrong road will quickly lead to a blind wall or at best to a very steep hill About the time that the first bad season strikes a young farmer the crops are poor the mortgage looks big and the work harder than ever then is the time that the dogatroot kind of man hangs to it and wins But the qu tter gives up just when perhaps a turn for the better is at hand He will try something else But every busines has its bad seasons and Its dlscour grog features which beart upontBrace up work hard think harder and push through i i oOoOOOooocc9OOooOOOocOooTJhere i fltIndthe EsteJSefvlce i i9 JYC PLIfE PRESiDWTAFI 1 II Iin Jl 1l i tREJIOENTTAFTj CHURCH WHrrPHItHE present occupants of 2r White House alike u6 to most of their predecessors have been regu lar attendants at church oiVgIclal significance attaches aaViBW to their participation in M f divine worship on EasterC Sunday As concern5 t the president it may be said that part of this significance is in spectacularmusic and the flowers which make fo the latter so much as the disposition on the part of a large share of the public to seize the opportunity to get a glimpse at close range of the press dent of the United States As has been said the president at everySundayIs no certainty as to his appearance nor on the ordinary Sabbath does the president Invariably attend the church of which he Is a member Indeed not Infrequently the chief executive ac withgnomination if the occasion bea special oneotany kind On Easter Sun day however the president goes to his own church and only the mos exceptional circumstances interfere with his Attendance at the morning service Knowing this throngs at the church whereas a good size crowd is saute to follow the president all the way from the Vhlte House gates to the church As was the case during the Roosevelt administration the president and rehmem bership in different churches in Washington President Taft comes ofaUnitarian family his father and mother both being Unitarians and his grandmother having joined the Unl tartan movement with the famous Dr Channiiig William H Taft like his father before him was a member of the Unitarian church in Cincinnati After entering official life In Washing Unitarlancapital stately All Souls church whlA fs located not more than half a mile from the executive mansion The new Presidents church is one of the most historic churches in what might be termed The City of Famous Churches John C Calhoun Daniel Webster Bulffnch and the late Senator Hoar have been among its t embers and the late Edward Everett ale frequently occupied its pulpit resident Taft will be summon d to worship on Easter morning by the far caching tones of a great bell y the famous Paul Revere of revol ionary fame This bell which has olace in a lofty belfry has sounded on great public occasions since 1822 lolling successively for Lincoln Gar lield and McKinley The pastor of All Souls who reaches President Tafts faster sex non is Rev Ulysses Grant Baker larch and he appears In the pulpit usrner similar circumstances by many piscopal clergymen Rev Pierce is native of Providence R L arid was bn1 in the closing year of the civil vac which readily accounts for the c dice of the name bestowed upon him He was educated in New Eng Itnd and at Hillsdale college gin and alsopur edndvanced s udles at Harvard The pastor had charges In Iowa California and Ithaca WY ere ho assume his present po sl ion in 1891 in which year also be was married Rev Pierce like the distinguished member of his congrega tion has traveled extensively and lec tured considerably upon travel sub jets tits Taft like Mrs Roosevelt r ships at a different church from that ended by her husband and by odd firsdo metca of these two wellknown women la old St Johns Episcopal lchurchloca ted just across the park from the White House and often called the cpurch of the presidents from the t every President from Mad so i to Lincoln and several since th tic IB have worshiped there Th qu tint little edifice has also been du bed the court church from th fat t that during every administration many leading foreign diplomats and high officials qt the nation have re lar y attended its services A pew i the church is always set aside for the usf of the president of the States and his family apd this pew no used by Mrs Taft in place of the pev which she formerly rented Miss Helen Taft is also a member of this church and usually accompanies her mo her to the services when in Wash Ing on at Easter but the presidents sons are wont as were the boys to go to church with their fath wh n at home for the Easter holiday or m other like occasions at PASSEUOVERTHr GOVERNORS VETO KLAIR BILL PROVIDING FOR POOLING OF PRODUCTS BECOMES A LAW BACKED BY TOBACCO GROWERS Measure Increasing Salaries of Prison Commissioners Passes HouseSen- ate Passes Bill Creating State Board of Plumbers Frankfort KYGov willsons veto of Hbuse Bill No 51 introduced by Representative Klair providing for the registering with the proper county officials all pooled products and providing a penalty for persons soliciting the purchase of such pooled products was treated with little ceremony by the legislature Mr Klair said he was sorry to have to attempt to pass a bill over Gov Willsons veto but that this measure was foe the interest of every tobacco grower in Kentucky Mr Zimmerman and Mr Schoberth spoke for the measure Mr Schoberth said this measure was to enable the farmers when they have organized for the purpose of hayingcompetition that they may have a compact organ ization He said the farmers through out Kentucky were backing this meas ure without an exception The bill became a law by a vote of 77 to 11 over the governors veto1T- he bill providing that the salaries of the prison commissioners be in creased to 3000 a year the chair man to 3600 and the secretary of the commission 1800 passed the house in a rush The bill providing for an annual appropriation of 10000 tp each of the normal schools and to State univer sity passed the house The senate passed the bill creating a state board of plumbersI Senate Passes Truant Bill Senate Bill 236 providing for a chief truant officer in cities of the first and second classes and requiring children to attend school until they reach the age of 16 years unless they hold a laboriawpassed3companion bill to the measure just passed and providing for an Increase from 700 to 1000 the annual salary of assistants to the truant ojfficer of first and second class cities was passed 29 to 0 Bank Examiner Bill Passes The rules committee called Senate Bill 139 the bank examiner bill The committee reported some days ago a substitute measure providing for the appointment of inspectors by the sec retary of state subject to confirma lion by the court of appeals The Senate accepted the substitute bill The bill passed 32 to 2 Senate Bill 241 by Senator Wyatt providing state registration ot auto mobiles and other regulations passed 28 to 0 Senate Bill 224 to protect the water tables of turnpikes against use as prK pllclpgotto 3 Senate Bill 307 by Senator Watklns tileuto 0 Senate Bill 193 providing lIfesa ing apparatus for use in mine disas ters passed 29 to 2 Extra Session Is Probable Although the senate passed the bill originating in the house known as the interestbearing Avar rant bill Gov Willson Is not sats fled with the measure and the proba bility of an extra session is strong The rules committee called up and the senate passed the bill No 87 for the benefit of the Colored Children Home society after reducing the ap propriation from 10000 to 45000 WanteddSenator Graham offered a resolu lion calling on the adjutant general for Information as to whether state troops were sent Into Grayson county during the nightrider troubles Sen ator Eaton added an inquiry as to McCracken county It passed The rules committee called up Sen ate Bill 62 proposing to submit to vote of the people an amendment t atthe constitution so as to carry out th ideas of the state tax commission i assessstment of all classes of proPertyand th collection of taxes The bill passed 30 to 0 Willson Approves Them Gov Willson sent to the senate alt nouncement of his approval of Senate Bill 91 the Louisville waterworks bill Senate Bill 77 and Senate Resolution representserate the battle of Lake Erie SenniWWiWWtwnCONDENSED NEWS ITEMS Iouisville KyLuke O Cox presj herdisa r cles for 20 years succumbed to an illness of pleurisy lasting fcr over a year originatlns Gaerr t machinery and overalls tt ate Bill 336 appropriating 25000 to the State Institution for Feeblemind ed Children 50000 for waterworks at the Central asylum at Lakewbod ana 15000 for other improvements at the last named institution The bill passedISenate Bill 265 introduced by Sen furnishlingpassed 32 to 0 Gov Willson sent a communication to the legislature suggesting that a board be appointed to report on the advisability of uniform laws billIculosfs House Bill No 407 authorizing fiscal courts to purchase such official records and office supplies as are nee essary in transacting business passed 61 to House Bill No 199 providing that all goods and merchandise made by convict labor shall be so branded before being offered for sale passed 62 to L House Bill No 423 providing for purchase of turnpikes by fiscal courts without special elections providing such purchase does not exceed 10000 in any one year passed 62 to 0 House Bill No 332 to amend Section 356 Kentucky Statutes relating to fees of jailers passed 63 to 2 House Bill No 513 to amend Sec ions 2 557 2557a and 2557b2 of the Kentucky Statutes providing additional penalties for violation of local op passed 68 to 4 Mouse Bill No 477 to amend Article 3 Chapter 89 Kentucky Statutes relative to government of cities of sec ondclass passed 66 to 0 County Unit Bill Shelved The democratic majority in the senate spoke and saId there will not be any temperance legisa tion at this session of the general assembly By a majority of two dem ocratic votes the motion of Senator Claude Thomas of Paris seeking to reconsider the resolution that put the Pritchard county unit bill and the Wafegoner county unit bill in the hands of the rules committee to de tabCfIThosewere Senators Bosworth Gus Brown Cattlett Chipman Combs Dowling Eaton Hogg Hubble Linn Mathers Nagle Newcomb Ryan Tichenorand Wyatt Total 16 Thos voting not to take the motion were CureIsnows that if the names of the two republicans who voted with the ma theIof Senator Thomas bYa majority of two Votes and must accept the re sponsibility for defeating the county unit ibills at this session On all votes heretofore there have been enough democfatstoing the measure Those absent when the tote was taken are Senators L W 4rnett Beard R B Brown Don aldson Jarvis Pritchard E M Taylor p A Taylor Vice Oliver an- Wright11 d The Dowling library commission bill and the bill of Senator Burnam ap partfoning the taxes of the state were passedIn house the bill creating Vile son county out of Wayne Whitley and Pulaski counties was passed Goy Willsori slgnfill the biy makin corporaUodsSenator Cureton obtained consent to introduce a bill appropriating a gift of 1000 to the National Rivers and Harbors Congress It names as com missionets to receive the money Phil Varble Brinton Davis and J Lithg ow Smithy of Louisville 1 Monument to Morgan Senator Combs explained the bill No 63 as a Daughters of the Confect eracy measure to secure from the state treasury 7500 to supplement a like fund they have gathered to erect a monument to Gen John H Morgan The bill passed 28 toQ House Bill 79 by L C Owings viding for the destruction of of swine dying from cholera or diseases was passed unanlmousl House Bill 170 by J T Buford allo lug commissioner for state fiscal court at Frankfort passed by a vote of 54 to 24 House sill 354 by H A Schoberthi hemee passed by a vote of 71 nto 10 proodental hygiene in public schools passed by a vote of 59 to Willson sent to the senate the reappoinment of E E Underwood ol Frankfort a negro as commissiondr of the State Normal school for ne groes Senate Bill No3apinoprlatns40 000 for improvements at the State In stitution for the Blind at Louisville Was adopted 111 1 Wwl1 W Lexington KyThe jurYln the stubbornly contested case of B F Vanmeter et al vs W J Loj hridge ct al rendered a verdict in the cir hfrsSusanridge the chief beneficiary is be queathed about 50000 CbO Passenger Train No 75 was vrecked here Five care were derail ed but nd cne wad injured Truflia cwasdeJaedseveralbours I r WANTED TO BE ON SAFE SIDE i a11toThird Hubby The officers of the thumb printr buiv spmethhigIntephone message sled A woman was speakingF ybodysUlUmbThe bureau did Well said the woman If I will come down there right away with u man will you make a print of hisj thumbsr The bureau would The man and the woman came We want his thumb prints for Identification said the woman We are going to be married tomorrow He Is my third husband The other two ran away and I had the hardest kind ota time to find them because there was no sure way of identifying them They say thumb prints can never change and that a man can bejtrackedr by them to the ends of the earth thope I shall never have to use them but it la Just as well to be on the safe side Will you make them 1 The bureau did- Travelrng Man Got Ever A traveling man called on e manager of a large New York concern the other day and sent his cardan by the boy at the outside gate The sauntered back lazily and toldOt1t1 traveling man that the manager wouldnt see him v Well you go and ask him forthe card I sent in said the In a few minutes the boy returnedr from his second trip Say remarked the boythe boss told me to tell you that he tore up that card but tie sent a nickel to you to pay for It The traveling man was deeply in suIted but he decided to get backas best he could Hem opened his card case and drew out another cardihand ing it to the boy Give this to your boss he said and tell him that Ill keep thejupney My cards are two for five ftlucfr obliged The manager rushed out of th egate to find the travelingman but he Was i too late The ma4 had lest v What He WasAftertGeorge Washington Henry Clay Lin coin Carter one of GeorgiaSY9ung et darkey citizens was cl preseence at a m in the henhouse of a white neighbor Stealing my chickens are you you black rascal the owner demanded George W JI CL C rolled hl4 eyes until they were all whites Now now lookyeh Mars George he protested dot aint no way ter ac an please don pint dat gun atme dater way cunnel sah he hastily added holding up his battered hatas a shield Ah clar Ah warnt gwine steal no chickens no sah Ahsj wri tin er dlalec story an Ah des come FOloryassahclar to de Lawd hit was Thinking of Garden Time Bacon =I think much of the Oman who can make two blades of grass grow where one gre beforetEgbert Ive notlgotmy eye on him I admire more the man who can make only one weed grow where a dozen grew beforeIFILES CURED IN TO 14 DAYS oaaofsea daaor money ralnaded 608j aftergple George Washington DODtfS KIDNEY PILLS 411 r Jt D N N501wYour Liver r is Cloggedup jhair Why Your Tare oatSorta1HavNoAppetite SCARTERS LITTLE UVER PILLS fill put you right mdaysThey their doty Crastipa Cure Atwi BiI TE PILLS IMSMSS Is 3igcsUea aai Sick Boiiet PILL PIKE GENUINE must bear future D190Stlwc whenyouneeda rCOUGHS Cotn t I e 0 It9d PASTOR DOWNSTAIRS SKCRED Vestryman That M Jnister f HasSo Far Found It Hard i to Forget A certain Episcopal clergyman In West Philadelphia received a most in hospitable reception the other night memberothistion wan alone in the house the serv ants being out when he heard a ring at the bull Going down stairs he found an intoxicated negro who demanded money for a drink Highly incensed the vestryman went back up stairs after ordering the man away but hardly had he seated himself when the bell rang for a second time A second visit to the door found the same negro back again and the ves tryman thoroughly aroused seized the offender by the shoulder and pushed him clown the steps While all this was going on the clergyman was walking down the street and a few minutes later had mounted the steps of his vestrymans Itouse and rung the bell He stood with his back to the door when suddenly to his astonishment the portal flew open a man rushed out and he received a most painful kick sending him flying down the slippery steps It required a Jot of explanation and apology to close the breach caused by the incident The clergyman and his vestryman are still on rather cool terms I Analyzed by Chemists Apropos of President Taft and his recent decision about whisky Richard Le Gallienne said at a dinner at the St Regis LiverpoolthereWas pot still whisky the only whole some one or was patent still whisky the one nonpoisonous drink Chemi cal analyses were applied to every whisky going publicffnight and said Is yer whisky pure 4Well I should think so the pub lican answered Its been paralyzed by three anarchists If She Had Her Choice gentleman who finds great amuse lent in telling his wife which lady of their acquaintance he will select asher successor when she dies and who one day had been teasing her with numberless mockserious allusions to the subject suddenly called their lit tie daughter to him and askei her shaking with laughter at his own wit Madeline how would you like to have a stepmother The child considered for a mqment and ben with great earnestness replied think Id much rather have a stepfather Not Appropriate Senator Beveridge was replying at a dinner In Washington to a defender of the sugar trust You remind me of a man at his brothers funeral This man bent over the grave and closely watched the low ering of the coffin down into the clean cut rectangular chamber prepared for it He heaved a sigh as the coffin came to a rest and said to the undertaker heartily Its the neatest fit I ever saw in my life Come and have a drink on the head of it Sunday Magazine of the Cleveland Leader lWhen Tempus Didnt Fuglt Little Helen during the three years of her life had never been separated from her elder sister night or day for timebutsister went away for a whole day The child tried every game and occu pation that she knew of and a new one or two suggested by her mother but they all palled Finally she gave up and stood and looked1 sadly out of the window Then she sighed deeply and said uIts still the same old day Isnt It mother Womans Home Companion Home Training TeacherAnd what do we call those things that men like to see flying in the air pLIttle ClaudeRazzahs Denver News A Practical Success uIs his airship a success Wen its practical at any rate He uses the motor to run a wood sawing machine CHANGE THE VIBRATION it Makes for Health A man tried leaving off meat pota toes coffee and etc and adopted a breakfast of fruit GrapeNuts with cream some crisp toast and a cup of Postum S His health began to improve at once for the reason that a meat eater will Teach a place once in a while where his system seems to become clogged and the machinery doesnt work smoothly A change of this kind puts aside food of low nutritive value and takes up food and drink of the highest value already partly digested and capable of being quickly changed into good rich blood and strong tissue A most valuable feature of Grape Nuts is the natural phosphate of pot ash grown in the grains from which it is made This is the element which transforms albumen in the body into the soft gray substance which fills brain and nerve centers A few days use of GrapeNuts wi give one a degree of nervous strength well worth the trial- Lookinpkgsforthejiittle hook The Road toWellvJlle Theres a Reason Ever rend the above letter A new one appear from time to time They are genuine true and full of humaa fateretit VENTILATING AIRY BARN FEATUREICleanliness of the Milk Health of the Cows and Success of Whole Business Depends on Fresh Air There Is no more important feature about a dairy barn than the ventilsi Emilkthesuccess of the whole business depends on the prop er ventilation Veatllatioa of poultry coops has been practically solved by the use of cloth windows ttetoneWhiCh is acknowledged by experts to bi onb of the best systems in oper tion today The inlets must be so arranged tha t 15sIt is for this reason that the inlet flue should begin neat the ground on the In1sidc CE1E TnooR King System Ventilation lower than the inner end There ehould be a number of inlets small size in order that the fresh air may be ev rnly distributed throughout the table Whenever possible the inlets should be inside the stable A convenient size for an inlet is x2 Inches Tbs permits the flue to be built betweejn 2x4 studs From eight to teu inlets should furnish enough air for J20 cows The flues should be lined 1wllh building paper and this covered with matched lum her in putting the flues in an old barn the paper may be tacked against the outside wall then the studding and the1 matched lumber nailed to the studding The oiitside opening of the flues should be covered with woven wire In some instances the flues are made of sheet iron which is tacked to the studding in ucha manner as to The above Illustration shows a duck house with wire separated water runs This is an admirable plan for farmers who lave running water on their fahnsj In duck raising three things are Es sential to success frequent feeding plenty of good drinking water and abundance of sand or othpr grit It Incubators are not used hens are bet ter than ducks to incubate the eggs and t10best practice Is to take the duckl away from the hen as soon as hatched keeping themin a covered box in a warm room or in a regular brooder until feathered During the day theyshould be kept in a movable pen en fresh grass Dont let the duckl ln puddle in the water br they I are liable to get wet and dampness afford a good flue This is one of the neatest ways of constructing the flues ot which I know The same sheet or galvanized iron can be used that is manufactured for roofing so it is easily obtained In some instances it is well to have trap doors in the cpolthethe north this plan of ventilating is being adopted by the dairymen to a great extent and is providing satisfactory in every case With the King system of ventilation It is possible to keep the temperature of the properly constructed dairy barn at about any degree tatis wished This is all important to the dairy animal They will not do well if they are compelled to exist where the temperature is fluctuating all the time and to great extremes The dairy animal is a highlyorgan ized animal that requires the best r1uof of s treatment and one of the essentials is proper ventilation in the barn in which she is housed Utilizing Manure We 1avea small dairy of about 50 Cows mostly Jerseys and sell milk cream and butter The manure from this herd is stored under shelter and applied with a spreader to wheat and young grass says a writer in an ex change We think that best results are secured by this method of apply- Ing Importance of Grcch forage The man who foresaw the impor tance of providing plenty of green forage for winter feeding and pasturo realizes the value of his good management in providing an abundance of supplementary food during this criti cal time BREEDING HOUSE FOR DUCKS is more fatal to young ducks than to young chickens The drinking water should be given them in a patent drinking fountain where they can get enough water to drink but not any to play with V Taking Notes The farmer as a rule does not us the lead pencil and notebook as much as he ought to It is a good plan to take notes of things he sees away from home of what he hears at the institute or lectures besides thing that he wishes to remember at home or the farm You cannot afford not to give a call all he wants to eat the first year of his lifp f 1iwLjJIMPORTANT DECISION Government JLfcense Confers No Pow er to Conduct Liquor Business In Violation of State Laws Frankfort KyA license issued by the United States government is pure ly and simply a form of taxation and confers no power on the holder to carry on liquor business In Violation of state laws is the opinion of the court of appeals In affirming the judg ment of the Pulaski circuit court im posing a fine of 100 en Aaron Corn best for soiling liquor without a county and state license In giving the opinion the court gays that Combest sold 22 gallons of vhky in iPulaski county a dry territory to George Wilson and the court holds that the government license to retail liquor does not protect a wholesaler from prosecution under the 1908 local option law PASTOR SEVERELY BEATEN Drew the Line Against Divorced Per sons Singing in the Choir Paducah KyAs the alleged result of Dr M E Dodd pastor of the large and fashionable FirstBaptlst jcburch here drawing the line vorced persons singing in the choir he was severely beaten by pharles Graham a tobacco broker and 1or sev oral years prizer for the Dark nobacco association The J affair tool4 place while Dr Dodd was on his way to Sun dayschcol with 4 Bible under each arm He was knocked down by blows onhfs face and a rib in his left side was broken His Bibles were tram pled in the dirt Graham surrendered to Magistrate Cha les Emery ana gave bond for his apjearance duririg a recent revival Dr Dodd called for voU uriteers to sing in the choir Grahams wife sent in her name Dodd inform ed her itis charged that according tp the Scriptures she was not spir iually dIvorced prom her first bus band consequently he could not per mit her to sing Shelbyvllle RyIn a despenite fight between a crowd of young men ata skating rink in this city Frank Bruce was fatally cut and George Fin nell seriously injured Covington KyAfter hearing arguments in the preliminary trial in which Frank W Tranter charged his brqther Rev Watson Tr Trariter with forging a check for 5JSOOO County Judge Cleary held the minister oval to the next grand jury for investiga tion Jvouisville KyEya Tanguay the actress was arrested here charged with assault and battery by Clarence Hess a supe at jMacauley4 theater Hess also filed suit against IIiss Tan guay for 2000 damages alleging that Eva had inflicted injuries upon him with her fists and also a hatpin Paducah Ky Thei City National and AmericanGerman National banks consolidated with total resources of about 2000000 The new sttu tlon will be known as the City National bank which has just begun the erec tion of a tenstory building The bank will have deposits of121L96iL Lebanon KyLAs the reslilt of a fierce battle with three 1ionat the ranch of Cherokee Ed Baumeister five miles west of this city Samuel Rose 23 practically had all lite flesh torn off his arm and the bones were crushed in tour or five places The member was amputated Owenshoro KyE H Cajly of Toledo 0 purchased the properties Iqi this Daviess county of the en tu city and Indiana Telephone and Telegraph Co at a receivers sale for 50000 The propert is valued at 250000 with a debt of 175000 It Is aid Iti Cady acted for the bondholdes- Franktort KyGoorge S Wilson of Sturgs speaker of the house of representatives was put in the run lUng for the democratic nomination for governor when 47 representatives lifearly twothirds of the democratic members of the house pledged them selves to support him for the homina tion Glasgow KyW R Pinkard of ICovington Ky state grader of the Burley Tobacco society is now in the various counties In Southern Ken tircky opening up new receiving points kind investigating those now Deceiving The receiving ot the pool ed tobacco will begin at old points at once Arrangements haVe been made whereby some half dozen new receiving houses will be opened Ft Thomas Ky Albert Gerkan an alleged deserter from the 70th company coast artillery corps presidio Cal was apprehended in Cincinnati and brought to this post for onfinc merit Gerkan is said tp be Idanger ous man Lexington KySecretary Horace Wilson of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders assocJatfon made the announcement that the twofyearold division of the Kentucky Futurity en tries to which will close IarChlEt Till In future be a special ra 1 t CONVINCINQ PROOF OF THE VIRTUE OF Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound suchIsick woman or know one who is what sensible reason have you for not giving Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable dom pounaa trial For 30 years we have been publishing sucK testimonial letters as thesethousands of them they1ar genuine and honest too every one of them lUrsB J Barber says- IthinkLydiaEtfi f1 VegeitJ iS the best medi 2 worldj1hit my duty othersihas done for me Three years ago j tumorwhich 4said would have IcouldPinkhamtook 14 bottles of Lydia Pink todaymytestimonial ScottYMrs E F Hayes says ilfjj I was under the doctors treat fibroidIsorelj and could not walk or stand on anyiiiiii MrsIYF vice followed her rr directions and VegetableCompound woman the tumor was and ray whole system strengthened Iadvise all women who are afflicted totryCompound Mrs E P HATES 1890 Washington St Boston Mass lmproTe the C Kl Mfa Mrs George May says d kJawaIefered from fe Kimale troubles neuralgia backache My doctor said couldnotgiveIt i iiiilslcure it Through 4s the of a begantor llVegetabledisappeared 1 continued itsl use hedthLydiapound has been a Godsend td me as I believe I hould have been in my grave if it had not been for Yrs Pinkhams advice EPinkhams Vegetable Compound Mrs GEORGE MAY 86 4tn Aye Paterson NJ j Mrs W K Honsh says I have b en- completely a severe male trouble by Lydia E Pink I hams vetreable PI Compouaxid wz want to reqom- rnenditto ailsuf diF7 f ringomen t Mrs TVi K HOTTSH 7 East gI view ATe-CinnCIp1ati Ohio Because your case is a difficult doctors having done no good do not continue to suffer With out givlngLydiaE Pinkhams Veg Itsurelyhassuch as inflammation ulcerationd1s irregularitiesperiodio I For 30 yearr Jjydia E Pinkhams Vegetable I forfemale U herself who will not try this famous medicine andhas 1jfc Mrs to Pinkham invites all sick wOmen guided 4Address Bargains in- Automobiles A Chance to Buy Good Used Gars from the Largest ayad Most Reliable Concern in the Automobile Industry We have a number of used cars which we are selling for our customers who have purchased our 1910 models These cars have been thoroughly overhauled and will give splendid sans factionmuch better in fact than the average new lowpriced1 car Among our bargains we call special attention to the following Model E White Steamer II Sideentrance painted maroon with ttoPJ completely overhauled t S5fOj Model H White SteamerN- ewly r t painted completely overhauled n wjrcylinders in engine with top in firsts class condition a splendid buy at iSll00j Model L White Steamer Newly paintedand new top completely over hauled listed at only 1250 Model G White Steamer Sevenpassenger paint in fair condition with 1topcar completely overhauled is offered at 1450 Model 0 White Steamer Completely overhauled and repainted with top almost impossible to tell this car from a brand new 1910 model goes to the one who sends the first check for 1500 Model M White Steamer An exact duplicate of the car used by exj president Roosevelt and by President Taft completely overhauled has been used only as a demonstrator To get quick action pm this model we have set the low price of 275O Baker Electric 650 Also recent models of the Franklin Reo Stoddard Dayton Stearns Ford and ChalmersDetroit ame to Cleveland by RaU and Drive Home in One of These Cars T E WHITE COMPANY 805 East 79th Street Cleveland Ohio FARM FOR SALEOanJen Spot of Knox County Oblo i mile to iltj Vernon Is ono of 1eOperacrewinL Botlnrril btaU BaUn KtTnM and and e one you I un slack A- MSCtLUlEfilS tLECIIOTms Il uWri r J7 ir l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 1910 r LET US TEST YOUR t i EYES and fit GLASSES itiz in Everything in Jewelry Line M RUSSELL f tl + I SPRINGFIELD ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION DOLLAR V In Advance IM L SMITH Editor and Publisher SpnnRfieldlICy iiaia as cOndclass matter- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 1001IIxThree Months 25 F DEMOCRATIC d TICKET FOR CONGRESS I t HON BEN JOHNSON i Of Nelson County c fThe1Dr Mattmgly Sale J The sale of personal property estate belonging to the late Dr1 W E Mattingly disposed of at public sale Monday by the executor W E OSullivan brought the following prices Five shares of Marion NationaLBank stock were H N Ware at thornIdvke bYW1Eof stock In the Citizens National Bank were bought by W W Rubel at 162 each and five shares of the Farmers National Bank stock by Joe Spalding 146 each Five Lebanon Home Tel phone Company bonds par value 10 eachr4gere bought byMrs John Krum men for 53750 or 10750 while five other bonds of the same kind w g re bought by Mr J A Raley at 10575 Three shares of in the Lebanon Home Telephone Company of the par value of 50 each were pur chased by W W Rubel at 5575 each wE OSullivan purchased three 10 shares of stock in the Proctor Knott Chautauqua Association for 250 The cottage on the corner of Chand ler and College streets was purchased byMrs John B Phillips for 700 The sale aggregated 769770 Lebanon Enterprise I ttWe haye just brought on the Greatest Line of Spectacles in Central Kentucky All the lat est style Glasses arid tany style Rims can furnish you with tthe best grade oi goods We can Suit You the ED flt + ONE real each each stock We UNILOCUST GROVE Yankey t evisiL ing his mother at Lexington Misses Annie Pearl and Alice Jones spent Tuesday with Mrs Kate Litsey Charlie Litsey was the of E M Leachman Saturday nightINLw Sallie Gregory spent Tuesday with Miss Ellen Gregory at Litsey Little Catherine Thompson who has been spending several days with her mother has returned home Mrs Julia Leachman and daughter spent Wednesday with Mrs H L Lit sey Mises Mary and Jane Tammy have returned home after a pleasant visit YankeyMrsMrs Emma Baker were guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Thompson Thursday Mr Lloyd Colvin spent Sunday at th Grundy Home Miss Lillian Leachman is visiting friends and relatives at Springfield Mesdames Kate Litsey and Reed spent Wednesday with Mr an Mrs Clarence Adams at the Grundy HomeIMr J S Leiachman who has been very sick is cdnvalescent Mr Mike Fitzgerald and wife spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Henry Reed Mr Emmett Reed and sister Miss Tiny were guests ot Mrs Lula Hiatt Sunday Misses Eleriqr Reed Sarah Reed and Harvey Vanarsdale were the guests of Mrs Hugh Leachman Wednesday night A Profitable Bunch Bailey Pihkston one lot the best Iknown farmers in the county residing in northwestern part is the proud owner of 10 choice stock ewes six of which have given birth to twin lambs and one to triplets The other three were contented with one apiece brought the total up to 18 Iambs 17 0 which are now healthy and thriving isiwore0an incentive to buy the best and they will do the rest Sheep raising is a profitable industry properly attended to and more attention is being paid to this line of farming every year The farmer needs the besthe deserves it Let him have jt but we cannot all have such good luck with our stock ewes A Pleasant Physic When you want a pleasant physic give Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets a trial They are mild and gentle in their Action and always produce a pleasand cathartic effect Call at The Leo Hay on Drug Co for sample Fresh Fish and Oysters Every Wednesday Every Friday We will receive fresh fish and oysters every Tuesday and Thursday evenings for your Wednesday and Friday dinners and ask a share of your patronage Katie Hertlein Bro Fresh bread Cakes Candles and Fruits Always on hand T Di1 G r TBurton RESIDENT DENTIST Tee h Extracted With out Pain CRC WN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky fflce In Hsjron Block up stairs Local News Notes The 910 model CB Corsets in If you wa it to be stylish get one Mrs Williams I am now prepared to do all kind of sewing and ask a share of your patron age Mrs C Lj Price If you want hair braided white to Miss Lida Clements Lebanon KY PUBL C AUCTIONSaturday evening March 9th S M Campbell LOST On the streets in Springfield a key rng containing 2 keys Finder will pie ise return to this office New Skirts Voiles Chiffon Pans mos etfc Latest Styles Mrs Williams The jadiea of the Catholic church will seve Cpunty Court dinner March 28 Yoir patronage will be appreciated Too many Shoes Hats Shirts and Clotbmg will sell them Saturday Eyen ins Ma chl9th S M Campbell We re agents for the celebrated Spirelta Corsets and also take orders for hair braid Your order is appreceac ed Wathen Shader Plumbingewe are the atche t McPherson FOR R NTTwo good houses with good ApplydWe handle the Queen Shirt Waist Perfec fitting Mrs Williams FOR NTA desirable eight room house 3 acres of ground and J good stable W E Leachman If yo i want your work the same dkv you give the order this is the place Hatchett McPherson If tli inking pf putting water work in your house yre have the price to suit you pHatchett McPherson For f rstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies md Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop A few Over Coats and Ladies Cloaks Eyeninfg If inline market for a pump see us before buying We save you money Hatchett McPherson Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Mr Leo Haydon FOR ALEOne Improved Victor In cubatoi with capacity for 200 eggs new Dply to Agustus Ott Lakes Old Office If y ur old pump dont work call onus and have it work as good as a new one Hatchett McPherson Don fail to be at the Auction Satui day Ev Wing S M Campbell We lave a number of farms for sale at pric s from 500 to 2100 Good to bacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in Bardst wn Or VILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky Good work and prompt service is our motto All work guaranteed If not first ck ss work we charge nothing Hatchett McPherson LOST On Wednesday a Bourbon Red T rkey between Mrs Julia Par rotts h ime on the Mack ille pike and Texas Ky Reward for information of its hereabouts John Baily R 4 Sprit gfield Ky If thi king of putting a bath rom1 this sui mer be sure to g t ourpri s We car save you money 1Hatchett McP erson C W Sutter Canadian Government Agent rom Alberta Western Canada paid thin burg avisit last week in con nection with the 160 acres pf land tha- is t given away free Mrt iSutter says the land is the best for producing wheat and gra n of all kinds that is on the tontine t of America today It gives an pppc rtumty to the man of small means tu own a good home at the end of three years worth from four to five thousan dollars Nearly ninety thous and Am rican people settled in Western Canada ast year and are taking age ot t lis great offer of aL free hom stead t + +++++ + ++ fit M tI NOW ON DISPLAY iAll attractive showing ofNew Dress Ginghams whitegdoJsllaces f v embroideries costume linens waist linens etc t iNew Styles in Belts and Handbags ta SPECIAL 4 t f f f leiiSole Agentsfor Royal V Worc ester Corsep or I TheROBErtTSONCLAYBROOKE COyINCORPORATED fitSPR GFJELD fit + + + MrC D Robertson has sold his house and lot on Main Cross street to Mrs Lizzie McLaughlin for 5000 possession to be given May 1 This is one of the handsomenest and most desire able homes in Springfield Death of T E Houtchens Mr T E Houtchens died of pneumonia at his home near Bloomfield on Tuesday March 8th Mr Houtchens was enfeebled from the effects ot an ac cident a few months ago the result of an exolosiun of a tank of gasoline and was consequently unable to combat the fatal illness i Deceased was age about fifty years land was one of the most influential and widely known men in the business community of this and adjacent sections and had amassed quite a large fortune Socially he was Very Popular and had many devoted fnends He leaves a wife and five small children and two brothers Geo Houtchens recently removed to Okla homa and Sam Houtchens of near Chaplin to mourn the loss of a devoted husband father and brother To Mr Sam Houtchens the loss of this brother is peculiarlysad and distressing as they Her Life Saved Catarrh Leaves You When the Grems are Destroyed Breathe Hyomei pronounce it High ome oyer the inflamed and germ in felted membrane the nose and throat It will kill the germs and cure catarrh Complete outfit 100 including hard rubber pocket inhaler at druggists everywhere dud at Leo Haydon Drug Co Guaranteed to cute catarrh croup toughs colds or money back Hyomei certainly saved my life and I accord itthe credit which it deserves and meritsMrs Ada Hopkins Cold water MIch- IIHyrmel has done a wonderful for me For two years I wasso hoarsef astwell as ever Thanks to Hyomei Mrs James Spencer Vatervlietj N YlHyomei has cured me of catarrh long standing It is the best thing to kill a cold I have ever got hold of Mrs A Haslan Croton Lee Countyl Iowa When you own a Hyomei inhaler you can always get an extra bottle of H o mei for 50c at druggists Send for free booklet and sample bottle Hyomei Booths Hyomei Co Buffalo N Y MIONACures indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour stem diseeta 50 cents Druggists in all town We have a few 9x11 feet Brussels Rugs left at the special low price of + KENTUCKY have been Icompaniori brothers dunng their entire lives have been associated in business and social life and the loss is great indeed Funeral services were conducted ini the Chapliri Methodist church Thursday morning Rev J W Jackson pastor officiating Interment in Chaplin ceni etery Keptucky Standard Miss Nancy Johnson Sponsor J Miss N ncy Johnson of Bardstown the attractive daughter of the Fourth District Congressman has been select ed by the president of the Maryland Steel Company to christen the steamer Kentucky which will be launched from the c0mipnny s yards near Balti more on March 21 The Kentucky is being built for the Hawaiian Steamship Company It is of 9000 tons burthen and represents the latest in oceangoing vessels Miss Johnson was asked by representative Talbott of Maryland today if she would consent to become sponsor for the new steamer and Miss Johnson ac cepted the invitation CourierJournal1 Purchases Automobile I Dr W4r Stallard has purchased a handsome Ford touring car the first car of this jmake to be owned by a local auto enthusiast The automobile was 910 I IiBig Stoc- kTObACCO + t Canvas At Right Prices tr+ Just received new line W Room Size RUGS t driven out from Louisville Sunday by Dr Stallard who was accompanied by i several of his friends who went to the city with him that imornmg The car seats five people and is the latest model The Sun and CourierJournal 150 The Springfield SUB 100 per year ToHorsemenAo I min the business of handling horses Will break your horse to ride and drive Prices reason able Calland see meat the Fair Grounds 1 BOHON LUCAS FREEl 160 ACRES OF WESTERN CANADA FARM LANDS V I the best hard wheat country in the world Ooen to every male 18 years old or widow the head of a familyy Also land can be bought cheap Lands can be selected close to railroads and growing towns For full information write to C W SUTTER Hotel Leland Lexington Ky 4We are publishing herewith cut of the casket room of the undertaking es blishmenti of John Y Mayes Frkind in Central Kentucky The cabinets in which the sample caskets are displayed are 0f oak massive and beautifully carved and each with large plate onebroughtmrIiqenedyears During this time he has not only proven himself an efficiSnttitfdeftJiker but by his kindness and consideration in homes qf sorrow has won the love and respect of hundreds of the people of this county 4 to 2tHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH s6 1910 HEED in ct II in Latest and CutsI AlfalfL G Tobacco Fertilizer Cement Celebrated MENS DEPARTMENT Mel T1RES Complete Every I I SHOES IIAll The New Things Shades Timoth Oak For Men and in a of Tie TO PLEASANT GROVE This =community was very much shocked on Ilast Friday afternoon to learn of the sudden death of J WI The entire community ex tends to the bereaved ones The funeral services were held here on Sunday alttrnoon by Rev P E Law son The great concourse of people who were present and the many flora de signs showed the high esteem in which Mr Thompson was held by those who knew him Mrs J H Hopper and Miss Lavinia OConnor have returned from a few days visit to PerryvIlle JRev H S Hudson of Louisville preached two very sermons Sunday at the church here l Messrs Walter Edd and William Thompson visited their brother Mr S JP Thompson Monday and Tuesday Miss Nora Scroghan of Grundy Home spent Sunday here Miss Adeline Cox of Louisville is at the home of J I Martin Mr Henrv Leachman and Mrs Margaret Norman and son and Mr and Mrs D R Litsey were at the hume of B B Litsev Sunday Mr Armstrong of Sharpsville vis ited his Mrs James Brown from Monday i A Whole Famil Poisoned j c Qri evening last the 5th in staht the family of Peter Smith who f11ps near town consisting of himself his wife and three small children and niece Miss Mary Willett aged 14 years atetheir super about 6 oclock th meal consisting of meat shoulder salted and smoked corn bread steame Irish potatoes rolled oats Victor To brand and milk Nearly or all of th members ate of each article of the food and all drank heartily of the milk About one hour after supper the young est child two and onehalf years old becme sick began tp vomit freely an Very rapidly one after another of the family was affected the same way un til at nine oclock the whole six members of the family were down with the same symptoms and at 930 when seen by a physician the mother the niece and two of the children were in agony r vomiting freely and suffering great pain This condition was very stub torn and it was two and onehalf hours before recovery was certain or permanent relief was given and it was in th wee smalt hours of the morning before the phvsician could with safety leav the patients Of the food eaten th meat bread and potatoes had been in constant use tor several days The milk was procured that day from a td neighbor who is exceedingly careful in 3 handling and keeping milk and many fjyDther of the same mil k Red Top Oats Feed Grass Gun Tans and Kids in LAC Gnts und line SEE sympathy interesting Saturday ing with no bad results so if in the food at all it must have been in that particular box of rolled oats as this was the first portion taken from a new box But from source it came it developed a serious condition and came near being most serious especially for Mrs ISmith Kentucky Stan dard I TEXAS Mr Ro ert Milton spent part of last week with relatives at Perry i1le- Mrs John Mattingly has returned to her home atj Fenwick after a visit tp her C 0 Durham Mrs W T Barnett of Mackville is visiting het mother Mrs Margaret Kimberlin The Ladieb of the Baptist missionary society met fit the homo of Mrs R L Purdom Saturday afternoon Mr and J4rs R L Arnold were in Boyle County Sunday Hon Sam JT Spalding and Mr Rilev of Lebanon spent Sunday with Iriends here son of Mr and Mrs G W its very ill with Wwhooping Mrs C Pj iGrpcde is ill with la grippe Mr and Mrs Sterl have re turned to their home at Tatham Springs after a pleasant visit to Dr and Mrs A Y Hatchett Mrs Iris Peterson is suffering intense pain frdm an attack of neuralgia Messers Robert and Jerome Wilson spent Saturday and Sunday with their sister at Wilisbug writing this week the guest of Mrs Charles Mrs Iarge et Kimberhn visited her The Ladies pf this community are requested to meet at Texas church promptly at 2 tfclpck on Tuesday even ing March 22 for the purpose of prayer Foundlings Home in Louisville- Mr Sebe Mays of Springfield was here Monday on business Mr Charley Cocanougher is very ill with la grippe Mr G W Coronet gher was in Per ry ville Monday The Lash of a Friend would have been about as welcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Y as a mer riles cough that defied all t nothing helpedme till I used Dr King New Discovery which cured me com r stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore lungs lagrippe asthma hemorrage hayfeverIanteed by Haydon Robertson ROBERTSON CO Plow and TreesOurHardwareand Corn Salt Lime and 6fcc Adrian Wire Fence IT IS TO YOUR INTERESr TO GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING COME IN TO SEE US F GRUNDY iT Resp Patent Metal Shakes and BUTTONS Sand PUMPS CLOTHING Young Newest Styles Mens wear Neckwear Shirts Collars and Hosiery COME USIGR UND Y Mel TIRE Thompson Fridayuntii stomachcomp persoardranJc Latest Toes Boys Hats New whatever daughtMrs IThehttle Hungate thiaLouisvilleeerisd recentlye ald lungracking mowenowe r VALLEY HILL gbemisfortune a few days ago and as a result is now suffering fro i several bruises ardcuts 4 Mrs Dudd Shehan aid son Garland spe t Sunday with Mriand Mrs Hark Shp lan of Moor svi1le Mr and Mrs J E Goatley were sue te of Mr Thos Baker and wIfe o Plea ant Grove SundaiJW F Mann has rec0vered from hs rece tattack of Ja grippe and is now out gain f Miss Pearl Goatley opened a two months school at this place Monday with a good attendance Mi Chas Donahoe was the guest of Mrs WE Brown Friday Se eral from this place attended tl rune al of Mr Johnnie Burns at cItionported so far good land will b sown and doubtless a good yield wit resum Seed oats are selling at 70c per bushel Mrl and Mrs Lonniej Borders o Sprin field were guests f relatives a this p ace Sunday Several from this place attended tie funerdl of Mr Will Thompson at Pleasant G eve Sunday Mrs W F Moran suffered a veryI dangerous attack of stomach Monday She is now much better Lewis Ballard is much improved at w T C Tatum our local merchant dIs- posed fa carload of coal at this place last wf ek A nu nber of our people purpose attend he performance of The Ci From U S A at the House i Springfield ThursdaY evening The Sun and Courier Journal 160 Dandruff Easily Cured In fact The Leo Haydon Drug Co has a ertain hair restorer called Par isian Sake which costs only 50c a large bottle that is guaranteed tocure dan drufi in two weeks or money back Parisian sage is the discovery of an eminent tudent scientist and specialist and is made in this country only by the Giroux BJIfg Co Buffalo N Y Parisian Sage isa most pleasant daintily perfumed Hair dressing and druggistRwill return your money if it fails to stop falling hair or itching of ths scalp It will make hair grow and women luxuriantrhair can ave it in two weeks by Using this fam us quick acting preperation It is not sticky or greasy Iw V STALLARD D D b ISPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH Pain or Danger Done in this once is first tallljustBfcOver ilcElroy Shaders Grocery SS oeo eaeQeoQeooeoeoeoeoe QONotes e p Visitors In and Out of TownA Round Up ofthe Weeks o Personal News nQLeQeOeo eoeQeQQeQeoeQQ rDr W E c ueot Frederick town spent yesterday in townIPudleyjlobertson has been spend ing several days with his parents Mr and Mrs C D Kobertson He came home to attend the funeral of his grand father J Will Thompsont Mrs visiting in LouisvilleaMr W C Rogers of Lebanon spent Monday in Springfield Judge Noe spent Saturday Louis ville Mr Tom King J has returned to Springfield aftera visit friends in Louisville toI Mr H R was called here last week by the death of his father J Will Thompson Miss Minnie McClellan will return Saturday from Louisville where she thetonew styles in millinery Mr H M Grundv and Miss Kate Mayes have returned home from Cincinnati I = Mr J W Riede and family have meyod to their new home at Lotus Ky fH P McChord jr Chris Hert Lein and Dr W V Stallard were in Louisville Sunday Conrad Hertlem is visitmghere this weekMrgW F Trusty and children spent the week end in New Hope Thompesontweek by the death of their father J Will Thompson beenefamily of Mr Frank Yan cey has returned home Mrf3ardstowntvisited Mr and MM Joe Claydrooke Sunday Miss Regina OBrvan the eldest OBryIseriously ill for the past weekor more but is reported slightly better today Mr G D Duncan has returned home from Cincinnati arriving Sunday night i Margarerlt weeknafter h visit to Mrs Pius Whelan of Bardstown Plows Snrv Pknws Truck r ++ t Millinery Opening We will Have our Spring Line of Readytowear flats 1 + fr On DISPLAY + iitithe of Town and Cpuaty to Call and Inspect Our Line before Buying Wathen Shades t+ t + ++ t Hon Sam T Spalding of Lebanon attended Circuit Court here Monday i rMr Handly Bohonot Harrodsburg hasBohoday coming over in Mr JbSohons auto mobil tMr Ben Mattmgly is visiting at of Mr J F Simms Miss fcura Baker is i visiting her rother L D Baker at Bardstown Mr Joe yycoff and Misses Nannie Simras and Eleanor Duncan spent Sun day at Mackville Mr SweeneyYankey is the guest of friends in Lexington this week CathIe day here IThe many friends of Dr Ed Mudd of New Haven who has beer dangerously ill for the past week will be glad to learn that he is much better Misses Josie Le e and Eunice ONan arjk spending a few days in Louisville this weak Mri Archie Hayes of Louisville spent Sunday with Mr D R Litsey Mr Theo Campbell spent a few days in Louisville this week MissewAddie Hillett and Zelma Elby sp nt Saturday and Sunday wit Miss Lime Logsdon LMrsi Sallie Hamilton of Freder ickstown is visiting friends here this week EASTER MILLINERY Will have an early showing of Trimmed and Tailored Hats on EASTER SATURDAY the 26th Call and get an easter bonnet Prices Rig t Mrs WILLIAMS For Diseases of the SRin Nearly all diseases of the skin such as eczema tett r Salt rheum and bar bers tch are ichara terizab by an iu tense itching and smartmg which often makes life a burden and disturbs sleep and resh Quick relief may be had b allaythe ItsI IMPLEU Chatancc xa SyraCUs It ows Double lp ws Subsoil I rlagons Cuiiiat r5 J8 Rakes WngQnI Trimmed Tailored A HARDESTY Mrs Mart Crouch and daughter pOre ndaywithfrsWalferLewisweek Mr R D Goodlett wife and little son spent Saturday with S G Hard esty and family Mr J E Goatley of Valley Hilt MienFannaeWrlhams Mr and Mrs J R Gray gird Mr SundayafternoonGray Mrs folly Williams and daughter spent Saturday with Mrs William daughter Mrs Walter Lewis SpringfieldWednesday JYDwith his sister Mr8J H Gray at this place Mr HP Cheser wife and children spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs t Solomon Kays at Hillsboro Mr R L Gray and sister Martha attended Sunday School and church at Willisburg Sunday and took dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs A L Litsey fir townSaturday SundaywithM1 silenthEliza Mitchell rifeattendedson at PleasantGrove Suiay afCet noon Tribute to Southern Soldiers New Orleans March 4Before his departure from New Orleans last nigkt for Hoursto TexGenRL Yansantr commander in chiefof the Grand Army of the Republic was given a rousing ovation by Confederate organization here Comrades declared Gen Vansant never braver men wore uniform tnaJ the Southern soldiers The old veterans broke forth into ISpontaneou rebel yenf which waif followed with a stirring eulogy of the Confederate soldier by the Grand Army commander Commander J A Breok shire of the LouisianaMississippi div ision of the Grand Army of the Repub IOn Decoration Day let us plantar on every soldiers grave not be grayswas an s ter The Sun and CourierJournal itH Pumps Tinning m Plumbing J i For all Kinds iof Tinning and Plumbing Jcall on HATCHETT i McPHERSONr We do your work promptly All work Guaranteed Leave orders at Barber Pettus Hardware Store and they will recejVel pro Pt attention l ki J T Ieif1tthw4 SALUTE thee 0 Emerald magic gem cries Mfchelet to this souvenir of green I prairies ocean depths and clear cleft wells of peaceful power It was occult to all ancient peoples It shone midst the verbena leaves of the crowns of Druid priestesses in the tangle of dark hair above the unutterable yearning of their eyes of splen dor as never today in r the conventional correctness Id11 of machine made setting Color of universal harmony emblem of hope joy abundance it cured epilepsy eased the pangs of childbirth and brought sleep to tired brains It healed all ocular diseases Indeed so pure was Its power that theleye hadtorest of his life Seeresses of eld used to hold an emerald beneath their tongues so the incoming wave of psy this vibration might be met by its fofco and not utterly overwhelm them Light seems to traverse to linger and caress this lovely stone whilst the diamond seems to turn back the reflection so violently it strikes one al mostas a blow Vertdepretheyemerald is sister I to the leaves and like the sapphire Is best iby day and shrinks from artificial light Consecrat symbolirotheIn the heart and its color natures favorite to speak of hope and new spiritual birthvNo othe1f gem holds as many fascinating g t Igobackshiped the goddess Esmerelda in the person of a stone as big as an ostrich egg and offered other emeralds to consort with it so that the Span lards were able to seize the votive treasures of stplefromsize roughout in the form of sacred symbols of sex worship Even Cortez was so enamored of them that he refused to sell them to the empress and so lost favor at court There is still preserved at Rome the emerald sent to the pope by Peru after the Catholic cpn quest of that country and the name Emerald Isle given to Ireland was from a magnificent ring sent by Pope Adrian to Henry II when he took dominion over it The orientals have always known how to handle this wonderful crystal setting in peacock IrrekUJarftfesedges so as to preserve as much color as pos ringstullygreat Tooth temple of Kandy Ceylon there is a Buddha kif fabulous value carved from a single gem I have seen in the treasury of the sultan of Turkey whole robes encrusted with emeralds wtih superb single stories of the purest water get prayersInralids before the British soldiers dug them but with their knives We wad of Nero viewing the games men played with death where death must win through emerald eyelids Caligulas consort leaned from the verdantique balconies of the golden hill adorned with two millions of our dole lars worth of emeralds and nearls Napoleon wore through some of his bloodiest battles the great emerald torn from the throat of Charlemagne when they dared to disturb his slumber and to this talisman the Man of Destiny ascribed his power to sleep at will and as long or little as he would When was to the last portrait of Josephine she said Paint me In emeralds to say that my sorrow will be evergreen but surround them with diamonds to portray the undying purity of my love Of course royal people hold the finest exam pIes of this gem which in conjunction with pearls they prefer to all others Queen Isabella was very proud of her carved emeralds but carving destroys the greatest beauty of the stone the perfect limpidity of its color An Italian princess possesses the most famous parure in Europe fin hancing her patrician beauty as she stands against the faded green tapestries the ormolu and allchitebfhcr Roman alacea neverto r bottrr picture AiI tv JFW G VW2 JC72zyff dLD- J t F i5 c7F oY AND At the same time Jan I dian princess in r eralds and fringes ojf pearl looks more oetic her grace just divined through1 the a z7rJflONfi s veil for th arZfZFfyZF certain Pinch PZiBM ZtfJ Eess about even t16 O rHffeRClh lest of our modern lef PUl 332 redbody and soul expression sp i1edbY the self consciousness of trying to hold together so mint unrelated parts The most splendid regalia at the Viennese court is that of thejarch uchess Marie Josepha wife of Duke s just had them set in a new and massive desig by the court jewe er- A stomacher we give as llustration The large emeralds are so arrange that they can be detached and other colored stones clasped in the same settings thus the rchduchess has rubies sapphire pfnk topaz anad immense diamonds of the same size so she may change to suit her toilets Also all the spray can be take to pieces and worn as smaller or aments or massed together in different deslg sThis fashion was introduced by the Empress Elizabeth who de lighted in such comblnatic n and would cover the whole front of a court gaiment with complex de sign Such may be done with a modern artistic design If made by a spec al jeweler and is con yen lent to those who mty only possess a few pieces Thus a girdle mafc separate into brooch pendant cloak clasp net lace at will There ip a vaporous bade actress at the Comedie Francaise1 whos favorite color is sky blue which she clasps wi h a girdle of emeralds so valuable that a big policeman never loses sight of her when wearing It ott the stage or off This appreciation of the charu of related blue and green and violej is comparatively new to lus though always known to the orient and to antiquity Emerald are usually c it In simpler form than diamonds and the orund m or ruby family of gems The table cut s unre or oblong with large flat face and beveled edges the lower sur face Jn long narrow facet Their value depends upon the tone transparen y and especially in the western world the lawlessness of the gem which if of dark velvet depth may even be worth more than the diamond though the price put upon all expensive gems by the hading American jewel ers is entirely fictitious The flawless emerald has become a classic con parison for perfection as neatly ere y stone Is full of littlerifts or clouds or disco Orations th it make It unfit for the split superlatives of modem taste to the oriental mind nothing is more beautiful than beauty each stone is but a note of color in a general harmony and the eastern jeweler has no prdju dice against flaws or of colors and finds wor thy and dignified place for mangy a gem that our jewel butchers would Incontinently cast off At a recent dinner I noted the chain on a beautiful argil next to me Heavy links of bright polished gold carrying with little relation five great cabocnon dmcralds divided by four large diamonds soldered on to hem If the diamonds had b en replaced with tur quoises or violetberyls or olivines or peacock opals their great value would have sufficed to pay for some real art worln enamel or design Then the emeralds themse ves were so perfectly matched tjiey might as well have been bits of glass So in tone all mysterious magic goneno thought of Drui forehead or impris oiled springTright from tl e factory these looked r pEzOlVOfVC9 ro ehE rr r79ccTocrE to be One thought of the enormous waste in cutting them all the same shape Each should have been of slightly different iform their setting following as though the artist were loath to lose any tithe of beauty the edges should show the touch of his creative hand perhaps even the ham mer marks Each link speaks individ ual strength and feeling in its twist and should be incrusted with grains of gold beads of enamel or tiny gems and some continuous design run even on the inside For those who are really rich yet may have but little money there are other beautiful green gems The peridot should be given sacred honors for it is the only gem that haa ever been known to fall from heaven having occasionally been found in those mysterious masses called aero- lites Like some rare sea thing in sea tones is the pendant v of peridots olivines aqua marines rand violet tinted pearls Half lost in gauzes it it would encourage and reveal a personality NX that would be com- pletelyMJ extinguished bI- t the diamonds of the archduchess Dont value the emerald on account of its com mercial value but on account of the matchless value of its tone in relation to other tones Sometime a touch of enamel or chrysoprase or tur quoise does as well If you can attain to its glory it is a great privilege to Wear it with other things that show your right to such beauty but not simply in display as if bidding for the prize of a gem sho- wLONDONS OLD ROMAN WALL Visitors to London whose tastes lIe In the di rection of exploring ancient remains will be gratified to learn tliat the Society of Antiquaries has succeeded In securing the preservation of a very fine fragment of the great Roman wall around London which has just been laid bare a London Jotter to the New York Sun says From time to time portions of the great structure the external wall of defense built about the city in the fourth or fifth century have been uncovered in digging foundations while rebuilding streets or houses These have rarely escaped demolition The latest discovery is to be preserved for the benefit of the public It is situated near Newgate street close to a new annex of the general postofilce The fragment which is that of a great cure d bastion Is 50 feet long 20 feet high and 8 feet wide The present summit lies several feet bel w the sur face of the ground The whole is in c wonderful state of preservation The material Is that known as K ntlsh rag supported by heavy Roman bricks and showing clearly the characteristic layers or b nds of red tiles such as may be seen at Burgh castle Pe vensey and RIchborough The Interes ing relic Is to be built around so that it will li in a cave which may be enter Jl by stalrsl and I spected by artificial light The tine great Roman wall is well known and much of undoubtedly remains below the houses today which are largely built upon It as upon the securest of foundations POLE FAKER OF IONG AGO It Is told of a titled Englishman that when his son explained his folly in going down a coal mine by saying that he spbiled his clothes so as to be able to say that ho had perto coed the feat replied Why did you say that you had been down the mine and did not go This method Appears James Knox de 0Bolduc to a Paris con temporary says the Army and Navy Journal made his polar voyage in 1G65J This Is the pole as described by this BoldUcIAt the pole one find the place where all the waves of the sea concentrate to disappear In the same whirlpool Four great Islands surround this precipice separated by ftiur great canals succeeding which are the divided seas An nor mous rock quite black and 23 miles in circum ference marks the Itself Theunfortunate ships which venture Into these latitudes are immediately lost if they art not assisted by favorable winds The Civil and Military Gazette ofLahore In dia suggests that the account itBolduc may b Cound in the Teutsche Acta laruditorium1712 L t mnWORTH KNOWING Sinple Brit Powerful Prescription for Rheumatism and Lame Back This was previously published here and cured hundreds Get one ounce of sy up of Sarsaparilla compound and gethjuftli other two Ingredients Into it Use at blespoonful pf this mixture before ea4h meal and at bed time Shake the bottle each time Good effects are felt theseinhouseir A SPECIAL ORDER I dWomanIUke that doll Vjery much only I wish you could ar ran ge It so that Instead of saying Pa- Il and jfrmma It would only say Mamma Lustige Woche HOW A DOCTOR CURED SCALP DISEASE jWhen I was ten or twelve years somethingItkmopt of my hair came out Finally 1erThey cured me In a few weeks I have used the Cuticura remedies also for a breaking out on my hands add wa benefited a great deal I havent hjad any more trouble with the scalp BuchananItKept with Barnums Circus T Barnum the famous circus thequttfemslof my medicine chest with tny sho vs for the last three seasons and I can cheerfully certify that they were whichcallL Entitled to It How are things lookln over to DIn giecelir hleyve been lookln purty squeam blamegigtieres two foot o water In Widder Brofvns cellar r y11 well I spose you folks ove- rter will be so stuck up pretty soon thetj jyoull be callin yourselves jth Parisians of Ameriky A Bright Idea leastIt is said that the baya bird bf India his spare time catch Ing firefliesw lch he fastens to the sides of his nest with moist clay On a dark night a bayas nest glows liken electric street lamp brightideamyi front door Episodet women be iomingly dressed slipped and fell together in the slushy pool of the crossIng angryWringed an observer such an addition of in quit to Injury being condemned by aUJ who overheard Philadelphia Ledger Wonderf al ways thin- BorealisProbably because they train down every dayYale Record TO CURE A COLD DT ONE DAY TabletstJrumstsrcfundEtl dgnatnre is on each box 25c Always hold in mind that even fail he can be the alphabet of success Alison BREAKUP THAT COUOW femd1r5 Zc toe 1100 bottles Scandal is the tattle of fools who judge other people by themselves For Painin Chest in panlungs j chest hoarseness or tItJjrub just lay it on lightly Itj lpenetrates instantly to the seat of the trouble relieves conges I ton and stops the pain I Heres the Proof Mr AW Price Fredonia Kansi says Wehave used Sloans Liniment fora year and find it an excel filent t ingforsorethroatchestpainl colds Afewi zlugSloms J Liniment+ is easier to use than porous doesIIt is an excellent antiseptic remedy for asthma bronchitis and all inflammatory of the throat and chest wit breakup the deadly membrane in an attack of croup and will kill any kind oj neuraJgiaor rherf fflatic pains I All dra is stoansDn1mentPne Sloankko5TON San Diego California Wonderfulhnrborsupply for all the southwest present terminus Santa Fe Railroad new railroad direct now building Population doubled in past four years Bank clearings post offictf realty values increased in greater proportion 5 DownGit Lots S5 Ho in University Heights a splendid residency section Electric cur lines city conveniencesr c prices 200 to 8300 terms 1500 each lot no Intertest Send 500 deposit securing best unsold subject to your approval money back anywhereWriteAddress DC COLLIER dt COMPANY IAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA SOURSTOMAGH ell used Cascarets and feel ike a new man I have been a sufferer from dyspepsia and sour stomach forthe last two years I have been medicine and onlyforonlytiiingtkeep the bowels in good condition They fe very nice to eat i Harry Stuckley Mauch Chunk Pa Pleasant Palatable Potent Taste Good SlckenWeakenorGrlpe1Oc nine tablet stamped G C C Guaranteed to cure qr your money back Hays HairHealth ItsNaturalaDyeFRSendPailo Hay Spec Co Newark N J U 4 A ONLY A FEW LEFT Jardinierestapthfinished t nlshlng looks like gold send 40 cents for tray or 65 cents for jardiniere Brass or nickel cuspidors on application Send s BeJ ordersor coinIE W SANDERS It CO 1506 Arthur Avenue Lakewood Ohto oEthu paperdei Readers siring to bay an adyer oujbdviagubAihite or imitation W N U CINCINNATI NO 111i10 MARKI jH Q H- lALABASTINE A Wonan Home should be her pride Your home should reflect your own individuality You cannot have special wall designed by you for echroomyou caa carry out a special decors mlmtive scheme for those roomsyou can be a leader in your community and hale home the talk of ourfrl r I The Stylish Wall Tint to the material that will accomplish this result Wo can how Innumerable color effects classic stencil designs and our Art Department bat yourservice deforL used Ala bstlue Is a powder made from Alabaster ready fort ordlnaryAlabastine Company NeW Yerk City NY Gnuwl RayU lOdu I i2 1 r1tc b1 ro f 1 t tt r I MANY SENATORS SCCtf REELECTION Probability of Changes in the f Upper Housec PARTY LEADERS INVOLVED n J Nelson W AldrIch Among Those Who Will Ask for States ndorsementfTo Increase AttendanceiT at West Point WashlngtonThe Republican senaa lors who voted against the PayneAid rich tariff bill and who fought many of its provisions from the very be ginning of the debate hope that in one years tlmo their ranks will be fuller than they are today for they say they expect that from one or two states there will come senators telrwayor thinking to add to what they call the antiorganization strength in the upper house The Democrats hope and seemingly believe that their ranks are to be re cruited largely as a result of the senatorial elections in the different state leglslaturea next winter Every second year there is an influx of new t1oldterms will expire at midnight March I 3 1911 Is a long one and it runs asafollows Democrats James P Tallafprror Florida Isador Rayner Maryland Hernando D Money Mississippi James B Frazier Tennessee John W Danie Virginia Charles A Cul berson rexas- RepublicansWilliam Warner Mis souri George Sutherland Utah Na 1B- Scott West Virginia Samuel H Piles Washington Carroll S Page Vermont George T Oliver Pennsylvania George S Nixon Nevada Porter J McCumber North Dakota Henry Cabot Lodge Massachusetts Robert M La Follette Wisconsin John Kean New Jersey Eugene Sale Maine Frank P Flint California Henry A du Pont Delaware Charles Dick Ohio Chauncey M Depew New York Clarence D Clark Wyoming Moses E Clapp Minnesota Thomas NH Carter Montana Julius C Bur rows Michigan Elmer J Burkett Nebraska Morgan G Bulkeley Con nectlcut Albert J Beveridge Indi ana Nelson W Aldrich Rhode Island Republicans to Retain Control There is virtually no chance that ee Democrats will obtain control of senate as a result of next winters elections There are too many always Republican sates to choose their representatives In the upper house to iflve much bjasis for any Democratic hope that ttija present great majority against them can be overcome Maine It may be will not return Eugene Halite the senate but admittedly on comI1nchance should be defeated his place will not be taken by a Democrat but by some Republican whom the people of Maine will think more nearly represents what they consider the progressive Republican tendency of the age Aldrich Sure to Come Back Senator Aldrich the Republican leader is certain to be returned to the senate if he lives No Democrat has made any claim oi possibility of Mr Aldrichs defeat One year ago former Gov Utter of Rhode Island said that he was authorized by Mr Aldrich to declare that the senator 4vcould not be a candidate rorre election It wits perfectly true that the Republican senate lead r had intended to retire at the expiration of ILls present term of office The neces sity for financial legislation induced Mr Aldrich to change his mind for he saw an opportunity as his friends put itto build a legislative monument to himself In tho shape of a financial measure that might be satisfactory to all sections of the country Whatever it was that induced Mr Aldrich to change his mind he changed it and he will be a candidate for reelec tion and unless death intervenes it seems assured that he is to comE- back to Washington Out in Indiana the Democrats hope to secure a successor to Senator Al bert Ji Beveridge Mr Beveridge has campaign ahead of him prior 0bard elections of members of the There area number of holdover Democrats who will have seats in the next legislature and this advantage of the Opposition party the Republican senator will have to over cornel New York will choose a senator to Depewmay be that certain passages in the senators life a few years ago will prevent his party from sending him back to the upper house To Fill up West PointIThe members of the fourth or as it is called the plebe class have just reported for admission to the Unite ti States Military academy at West Point There are only 105 members of the class and there still will be 150 vacancies in the corps of cadets The committee on military affairs 8 the United States senate has just recommended a change in the law reg Qlatinc appointments to West JPblnt keepthebviate tbo necessity of aopointing 4 4r every year to commissioned rank cfrfV ans who know little or nothing About the military service and who hare to be trained for several lyears before regularThe authorized number of cadets at the military academy is 533 but the actual number in attendance t the school falls far below this mark the eficiency being due to the fact that ere are always existing vacancies dby tho failure of candidates toteport or to Jass the entrance iaaions or by the elimination of ca dets who are found deficient in their studies or their conduct Admit Training Is Needed Members of congress have come to reluctantlyforng ordinarily that training is needed for the military profession just as much if not more than it is needed for t thatheymeans of keeping the ranks full at West Point so that the army can be officered at all times by trained sol glvIngraining of civilians appointed as sec ofm w awayithThe object of the senate bill Is to Increase the number of cadets by a slight modification in the method of making appointments The military committee in its report on the sub ject says Changes Proposed It is proposed that the members of congress and the president who rec commend and make appointments shall have the right to a second ap p sappointeehallting class after three years service at the academy In other words those recommending or making cadetappolntments will each have one cadet at the academy during three years and two Cadets during every fourth year If this bill shall become a law the cadet corps will be given the strength I tlatentionothepresent difficulty is that the present law does not take into consideration the fact that many boys who receive appointments do not for some reason or other show up at the academy and that some of the members of congress neglect their duty In the matter of appointing cadets It Is known that in some congressional districts hun dreds of boys want to go to the mill t while in some others no candidate appears and as a result the congressman not having any applica tions filed forgets all about the matter and his district goes without repre sentation Speaker Cannon May Retire While no word has come from Speaker Cannon to clinch the matter the men who are closest to him per sonally and politically seem to feel that before very long now the speaker will say that he does not intend to be a candidate agiin for reelection as presiding officer of the house Even if the speaker does is sue a statement to the effect that he will give over any further ambition to succeed hlmgelf it is certain that tie will bea good deal of a factor in the matter of choosing his successor Some time ago it was the feeling in Washington and it was touched on in the dispatches from the capital that if the Republicans should carry the next house they must pf necessity choose a speaker from the middle west This was the feeling for some time and it was founded on knowledge of conditions as they existed at that time Now it seems that there has been some change of heart on the part ofa good many of the organization RepublicansEastern Man May Be Speaker There seems to have been stealing over the socalled regulars of the house the thought that an eastern man now has a good chance to be chosen speaker if the Republicans succeed in carrying the house and that in choosinjs an easterner his sup- pOrters will have votes and the moral support of a good many of tho members who are called Insurgents Present Speakers Position If Mr Cannon shall declare that he Is not to be a candidate to succeed himself in case of Republican success at the polls next fall he can be as has been said a good deal of a fac tor in the matter of choosing his successor It Is only human nature that the speaker should prefer to be succeeded bya man who will do as he has done a man who believe in the rules of the house as they exist and who Is not given to what the speaker calls radicalism There are some men in the east in the middle west and a few in the far west who probably Will stand the aker and itmaylbe thEquestionthis they can by throwing their votes one way or the other control the choice as between two men- The supposedly wise ones amorig Republicans say that if the next house shows a party majority the man who wfll succeed the speaker will be a moderate and that probably the rules will be amended to some do gree but not nearly enough to suit the insurgent and yet enough perhaps to displease some of the regulars who think that the rules are just what they should be Of course all this speculation about the speakership in the nOt house aid all the plans that the Republicans are malting and all the schemes that In surgents and regular are entering into depend upon their partys sue cess nebct November The Democrat say that all tlirf preliminary work that the Republicans are doing wll Pi wasted effort GEORGE CLITON t j 4t 4 Do farmers Teat the proper sort of food f The farmer of today buys a much larger proportion of the food that goel on the table than he did ten years ago Its a good thing that this is BO because he has a great variety to select from He should however use great care in selecting for the best results in health and strength The widespread tendency in the city o increase the amount of Quaker Oats eaten is due very largely to the recent demonstrations by scientific men that the Quaker Oats fed man is the man with greatest physical endurance and greatest mental vigor Farmers should give this subject careful thought and should increase the quantity of Quaker Oats eaten by themselves their children and the arm hapds 57 Not Willing to Commit Himself The teacher had called upon Fred le Brown to give an illustration of the proper manner in which to com pare the adjective clean J Mother Is clean said he faltering y father Jscleaner Here he aused And prompted the teacher Freddie was still silent and very t oughtful Havent you some other relative eked the teacher smiling Oh yes replied Freddie theres a nUebut I aint sure about herr Why She Needed More Nights Off Having recently engaged an18year o d colored girl to do housework a New York woman was adjusting the vari ous questions of privileges You will have Monday and Thursday nights off Eliza the mistress oft e house said Ony Monday n Thursday nights tl4c other exclaimed rolling h ar eyes lly Lawd Mis Blank dat vront do see4am100 Reward 100 3eeth4tIIcaarrbQitarTlibeuigtional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous theSoubdatlonast4inginaturo offerOnecur Send for Jlst of testimonials OSa ike Halls Family Pills for constipation Big Bugs- r Cook was talking to a Washing toil correspondent The man Is wrong In his attacks he said He errs as ludicrously In his Idei of polar conditions as the Brooklyn domestic who said It must be a filthy place that noitb pole maam I hear its full of ice bugs as big as churches Wash ing on Star Important to Mothers ofCAITO jAn Appreciated Distractio- nS you think the automobile has mad life much pleasanter has for me answered the com forta ble citizen I driven fast horse and my son rides a bicycle The au tomo3He has taken the minds of the pollcfe Sff both of us Where Reslnol Ointment Is Known It Is Considered a Boon to Humanity If he soothing and healing prop erties of Resinol Ointment were generally known it would be universally used jo the exclusion of all others It is indeed a boon to humanity EW J Callan Brooklyn N Y Exposed She is homelier than her sister dont you think so Nc you just think so because she wears a low neck gown and you see slsjterEpidemicAttack Is Contag ous and Galls tor Immediate Ac tlon lurlno Eye Remedy Affords Reliable Relief It Soothes Apply Murino Freely and Frequently Doesnt Smart The els nothing that makes men rich and strong but that which they carry vlthin them Wealth is of the heart not of the hand Milton PERRY DAVIS PAThKILLER ban an enviable reputation of over seventy years as a pleurisystltcbeTier are any number of women violinists but did you ever meet a woman who could play the fiddle Mrk Wlnslows Soothing Syrup Forelilid n teething softens tho gums reduces In IiaWWlUu allays palnrcures wind colic S5oa bottle Ever night watchman Is entitled to his day dreams Dr DetchonM Relief for Rbeumatlina relieves In six hours Why suffer 75c The inan who worships a woman will never develop into a free thinker l 1 1 FLORIDASi 1t Jtj f CropsFLORIDAS if r Both fully described in our big illustrated BOOK A Home in Town anda Farm in the Country Send for the BOOK IT IS FREE and telis all abou the RICHEST and most productive SOIL in the- reatg state of FLORIDA It tells where these marvelous moneymaking crops are act alI Pr ducet1 tells how you can buy and own a farm in Floridas Surest Crop District at the low cost price of 21 acrehow jou can make big money and be a neighbor of the man who IS growing these monpy CItyJacksonvilleFlorida and it tells you of the development of athousand farms where one hundred houses were built in zoo days and where highclassNorthernfoaa The North Florida Fruit and Truck Farms at HILLIARD on the double track main line of the Atlantic Coast Line Ry 30 miles northwest of Jacksonville is FLORIDAS SUREST CROP DISTRICT where you can buy land at 100 an acre monthly payments and make 3ooa to 5000 a year on 10 acres Round railroad fare paid by us if you buy 40 acres at the profitsharintr bedrock priceof 21 an acre SUREST PECAN LAND A Pecan Grove of acres nets moo yearly No workno worry no loss of crop and little cost of upkeep LARGE PAPERSHELL The papersnell pecan etlivedthe nut and fruit trees commandsthemand otany nut begtnsbearingpounds of nuts at scrcn years yearsandinZorthHonda atthea6ncreyIeldatioyears paporshellWill be enough to ex penses In Europe months Or educate your children averngefnmll1111iolUfo Tbo 1 papershell pecan Is cutttvate4 common wild pecan of the trnde It Is tw6 to three times tim size ofand mncbmero delicious than tho wild The demandtor papershcljr pe cans Is times tho present supply acres full bearing p rshell pecans would not affect the market price of this king of tents The pecan Is not perishable llko jronnsWEIn or acre tracts planted to standard named vailetlcsto feet all trees guaranteed for budded early March WHATTEN ACRES MEANS YOU Jnarcfl1 cash Truck Farms HERE COMPANY OFFERS yourappllcailonfor purcbausby today big illustrated send together land and Hilliard railroad fare refund agreement Pecans Everything sent free obligation buy postal immediate attention References Rnrnwall Land 1535 First National Bank uOsi Building 125000 net from 1200 acres grapes 15000 from 22 acres peaches 3200 from 20 acres raisins in the California oranges will produce instances than ten million and irrigable You may unimproved an Ten acres enough comfortably support family Twenty fine money batik Forty acres should rich pay from onefourth to one paltorAlmost anything can raised in the San Joaquin country oranges and wheat and apples delicate potatoes Products of the temperate semitropic zones flour ish side by side drawnfrom057 for one to a Land be- twe n the can while or chard young for many profitable crops point is make every foot bear something AVIiat farmers bave donei Thomas ojf Fresno twenty cjf land He had 300 to start To day his is paid for he has yearWilliam Fresno bought his ten acres six years ago Now owns sixty acres all for and refuses 12000 for his place Tarpey of Fresno owns vineyard of 1200 acres from which takes a n profit of On the Harold estate twentytwo acres of peaches yielded 15000 crop LANDWe from the standpoint of healthfulness pure water and favorable climatic conditions summer and winter as the North Florida Fruit and Truck Farms goodduringMarchyourfrlends each can secure to 4Oaeres this land In buUdinglotin tbese farms Many fruit and farms In tho Jack toivlllo suburban district nct to per acre every year PERMlutely on the Fruit and Truck Farms for February and strawberries Irish potatoes cabbage lettuce and With one of these farmsyon yearandmSTonare In the heart of clvlllzatlon near Jacksonville close to twentYC3rsltchtrnclcTO FIRST A moneymaking Investment and a tome In tho FloridaIsummer SECOND Yon can nfateatrood living eat vegetables and fruits In sell your crops for and earn to r TIIIKD These North Florida Fruit and are all upland no swamPs rich sand loam and will grow tho finest fruits and vegetables surer better and more to theacre than any section of tho South Every acre In uacrofarmlstitiable2andPOU1TlIVou faru4ng to make one moneyfIFT and seU at 100advance by the end of the first many have already old at to pet cent profit IS WHAT OUR UVe will have delivered to you Imm dlatly upon ono or more these llaere 1orth ro1tl1nd Truck farms a ccrtlncato at purchase which Is Issued the Gbjcocro TrUSt pany cnpltal Tbe title to entire tract Is held j n trust for the benefit of the the Chicago Title besiguaranteetitloand blBoPPOriWrite for the book we will it free with of plat of and our book the Crop that Never Fails with no to Your name ana will get Duns hangeNationalwill Ch ago San JoaquinValley ValleyGrapes500 while from 250 to 500 and in many more 1000 an acre There are arable acres here still buy land for acre are to a small acres afford a ling with in the make you You be figs grapes and hardy and snake tart rows be used Is The to qunre some Frank Cal boUght acres five years ago but on place and an 7 Cal first paid M F he annual 125000 a both the truck Florida celery radishes Juno from year YO re by Title OOJroJ plat the 50 Carson Reed Reedley Cal from a twentyacre crop of Sultana raisins netted 3200 I know this Valley from end to end I have seen crops planted and harvest dd In every one pf its counties 1 have Interviewed farmers ranchers and mer chants I have collated the testimony pC crop experts All this valuable information Is con tamed in the San Joaquin Valley laud RailwayWritedress I will also send you our Immi gration journal The Earth six months free The Santa Fe employs me to help Settle up its Southwest lines The Company has no land to sell but I will gladly refer yoUr Inquiry to reliable owners who have theSantptednd chair cars The journey also may be made at Other times for a reason able cost Santa Fe tourist service to an Francisco is quickest l L SEAGRAVES Geaeral Coloniuilka Ageat IATSFRT System 1so Railway Et hang Chicago Ill FOX 1 DISTEMPERLll FEVE- AlID ALL NOSE Jlllim JJ JL JLJ AND THROAT DISEASES Cures the sick and actsfaa a preventive for others Liquid givenb the tongue Safe for brood taarea and all others nest kidney remedy 60 cents and tlOO a bottle 500 and 91000 the dozen Sold by all druggists and horse goods bouses of sent express paid by the manufacturers SJOHN MEDIcAL CO cit GOSHEN INDIANA WESTERN CIIADI What Governor Danaan of IMail Says About ItiGov raorDea e of IliinJs owas a see Isesastehewsaiaa interview 4 As an mene XII ddelihtodtoseesherejw Western Vanade Ou ft loareftocldqaero theo ftdlAndIha BOt et gI adml I miecaka neT are l1 doing neiL ii a cam ddThere in tho Middle en States that ka Inot a in MaatIobs 1 LiaikatchewanorAibeeta 125MifiM ivMttf1 i4w 1IItrd W nYisenseVIsatoai l landoestg t climate good cboM facilltieslow1irJA tgl piY1 Zen pamphlet Last BesS West rrf parUoniars as to aeltable looaWoa rrnit and low iwjtuorr rate 81 ta 4 I OttawQui WILLIAMSIi 0M L the addreM ueareft pj t THICK SWOLLEN Wheezehoar GLANDjUbokudotrn tuoredwith can be re SwclUnJrt1or any Bunch or No blistergone and borso kept work tZ00 per h freeATISOIUIINE for mnnldpdl1 nnd Reduces Uoltro Tumors WensVaricose Veins Ulcers Yourdrogglstcansupplyas4gise t tdonlJWW f FREE 3Hws PATENTDooknudAdTko VasalnjrtOB l references OUPON ICKA6LI7 U l waLEMncLg I DCT P- MEiiew wseniT It l TDJiAtCD WBlEIJJfG wJTR T YOURSELF totba aEST SAVE CDU PONS THE r i I to f iItg q 1 ji I i THE SPRI + fIELDS l MgpNESDAY MARCH j ic J 4- Ff WWfflabeShopv 51tiave rMtrchajsed of Mr Ravrnonct Na11his Barber +r I SJhopjmeKt to the Waltpu wfdHtdvviII conduct the 4 Business at the saipe stand I am tlwavs ready to serye jI niY cusUimers and ask thatYJgw mea share of your L 0patrong t i I qiDrybarberak PWhpn wavt Laundry done or your clothes need J t r ng jcaP on me All work guaranteed t + i ij 4tZt4 +4MFktI ODTALK AS a taxpayinw citizen it has been fcyjnteotioo for some time to make A few rewtrkf on the difference iniway tie brIde is finislied across Beech Fork tiver at Ftedericktown Onc tlbte Waskington and Kelson sidesIi Mt summer shortly after new bridge was Jlnished I was crossing i- tid noticed tke workmen on the Nel side a stone wall extend inJrowitii Jiriue on either side of t1Iik very necessary protection mst 2n tl nggoing over the high e b nkraeats I asked them why theyh wre not puttitiff the same finish on Washington county tnd of the games and onfr replied h They were linfttppayf r it1 I had such a feel ing ofh1eI the shortsightedness atm popl that I said no more Then afterward through a chance crossing of jthe telepfcorie wires I overheard one of the officiate of the Washington coun ty road or at 1ast of the bridge bus mess telling some one that the charges fer that Wne wall were exorbitant and that a plank fence could be put upj f coating rauih less that Awould last forI seyeral yeari IfsOme more substantial protection than a board fence is not put up on the Washington side some frightful acci depts will be liable to occur at this place and if so these officials should eoheW Ijabife to heavy damages for so sigrantly aiiiBlectmt theii duties In tUls day yfU to mobiles and with horses ncjl as yet accustomed to them it would fee the likeliest thing in the world for vlIcleto be turned over these steep fcajkg The oldhridge had stone walls jfrach idesureIy the new should be ft improvement upon the old in every way In fact even the Nelson wall does not extend beyond the danger line While it is the length of the old wall the banks have worn away since it was Constructed making the path narrower Hiking protection necessary for sev ft al yards farther on There is no use waiting until accidents happen to guard icalnvt danger No amount of damage Boney cam compensate for loss of life r limbSWhile wie re in the lambasting bus ness we will get off the the bridge on youtstcim over jightly just try it No use to wash your buggy iot the fine old tumDikesof Kentucky one of the few superiorities we had over other states ate now relegated to history along with many other nf her virtues Both peo ples and nations it is siad must either fro backward or forward there is no such thing as standing still and poor old Kentucky istm the down grade Bad roads had schools nineteenth in the title of illiteracy Are jwe gOD to sit tOIeontinue days ago that in his section there was forty dollars a mile available for the purpose of keeping up the pikes and not forty cents was expended Ion them We heard of another place where 75 a mile was available for the improvement and maintenance of the pikes and t wa3 conclusively proven that only 75 was used upon them Now a law should be passed or if one exists should ba enforced requiring all public officials to give an account of nIl montys received for purposes and they should be compelled to render an exact account of all expenditures to whom and for what purpose Tudgment has come upon those who ad the tollgate keepers were not onest and that there would be iriore ninetfor the pikes undor the free toll- ystem anti afco thai th lnrtocf paid to the gatekeepers wouiii h vil tog on the pikes The p opmv owner p i t moretoll than lw nia before and hasto plough his Wiy over miserable roads while the J raveling stranger begthtiingto realize that things which cost noting ar worth nothing- A road official should possess a good knowledg o the value and capacity of labor and material and be not so burdened with other business that he hds no time toattend to the roads and he should be required to give a strict ac count of his stewardship A TAXPAYER 10a Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Cararrh Halts Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now knpwn to the medical fraternity Jwing a constitutional diseare requirea eon stitutional treatment Cure is taken internally acting directly urdu the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by up the constitotion ard assisting nature doing its work The propriters have so much faith m its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to care Send for list of of testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druffgis 7r TvHalls Family Pills for consiionon DfEPCREEK1 Mrs J L Harmon was the 1ft4 guest of her sister Mrs Josie man Jast Monday Mrs Mollie Coyle Mr Mnrtiu Coyle and wife Mr and Mrs J A Holder man and Bro H P Hatched were the guests of Mr Woodson Cot ofJen soritown last Sunday4SRev H P Hat hett fiId his rfgu lar appointment last Saturday and Sun day at Beech Grove church Miss May Young Mr Boyle Young Mr Woodsie Elliott ana rlrlEdgar Webb were the pleasant guests of Miss Maggie Coyle Sunday niht Rey Crommer of Louisville showed Bible scenery at Beech Grove church Saturday night He is manager of the Orphans Home of Louisville I S SSS4s SSSiSSiSiSSS Ss WEEKLY COURIERJOI RNA L Henry Waittrstn Editor 4 Is a national Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without 1faror favor The rtcular price Is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY 1tf OJJHONE YEAR FOR ONLY r IJ T T 9150 SiL f if you will give or send your order tor tIiEotap Journalr i v f J1tII l i Daily r Courier Journal one year 6 OO Sinday Couri rJournal one year 209 We lean give you a combination cutlilte on Dailypr Sunday if you will write this ppeFAS 4SlSSSIS SS SS SI II- y h MrS SuaieMathleyhadas herguet last Monday b a6ter MrsRosie Co canougher Susie Elliott is spending this week with her sister Mrs Corda wilkinson near Texas Mr Henry Carpenter and wife enter tamed as their gueStS Jut Siday Mr George Ruseeli fW1fer Mr W B Catpent r and wife MreTwhle Coyle and Mrs Annie Blacketer Mr Ben Coyle is on the sick list this week We hope for his speedy re coy erY Miss Gracie Coconougber visited Mrs Ida Elliott last Thursday afternoon Mr and Mis Do Bl EJifott of Sims town visited his father Mr W IL El liottMrs Hester Mathley fell and broke her arm recently It is giving herse yere pain at this writing Mrs Josie Holderman and your correspondent had the pleasure of visiting Mrs Mattie Coyle of Jensentown Wednesday afternoon SYCAMORE VALLEY We are having some eautlfot spring weather and farmers are very busy sowing oats and tobacco beds Mr and Mrs B H MeElroy and son Robert spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs T W Sutherland sor4RodmanMr and Mrs B P Prather recently Mr Will Bauler Is out again after ar attack of la grippe Jv D Sutherland sold Mr Willie Ray bourn a small gilt for 1000 Mrs C W Stallings was in Mack JVJ11Q Saturday attemoon shonping Mesdames E F Sails and Will Bau les spent the day with Mallie Suther land recently Miss Hattie Whitehouse of near Mackville is teaching a spring school at this place with good attendance Lee Settle has bought a horse from J M Shields for 25 J M Shields bought a mare from Perkins Granam for 11000 Rev T Hines preached two Very en tertaining sermons at Hills lule Sunday morning and evening E L Parish and family sptJistS- unday with J M Shields and family Mr and Mrs Tom Bailey and son MriandMesdames T W Sutherland and John Crow and two daughters Leona add Zelmar spent Tuesday with J Inmanandfamily J M Shields and son Erastus who have been on the sick list all winter we are glad to be able to state are much better at thiswnrjng John Crow is on the sick list this and Mrs Everett Kceting of Willisburg have recently been guests of Mr and Mrs J D Sutherland We are sorry to notice that our Val ileyiHil correapondent has had a severe hick xi la grippe f 1APFV MOLLOW 3lcv Cult sptnt Sunday nis ststr Mrs John Ciow arid fainiiy ot tin place Mrs John Armstrong and daughter jliss Myrtle spent Sunday with the family of Mr J M Shields Mr Edgar Settles and family spent Friday night with his rQther Mr Lee Settles and family Mr Ollie Bishop of near Pun spsnt Saturday and Sunday with his sister Mrs Josh Hail Mr Walter Hanby iras on the sick list last week Rev T W Hines p cached to a yery large audience Sunday morning and ey ening and there will t e meeting at the Hillsboro church the ourth Sunday in March Everybody is invited to attend Mr Ernest Shields spent Sunday with Messrs Elmer and Do if Hanby Mrs John Armstron and daughter Myrtle spent Thursday with her daughter Mr and Mrs EdHIanby Mr Lee Settles aid family spent Sunday afternoon with the family of Mr George Keeling ear Willisburg Mr John Crow and daughter Leona Jlorein Fairview one day last week on bu8inrr3 Mt Dry is spending several tiivi On Mr Tom McGhory 1dhrdatdinnerfCUULt SVI hut 1ainli Jantr fWIh f tC r ai- 5i cI Idicu A h tiiji had hy ti titv j tines pt Saturday arid Sure y will hss Jower Mr Albert Ues of near this place t Whatii3 become 6f the Sycamore jVallev Tatham Springs and severol of the other correspondents Wake up and w ite every week and help the Sun along 4 Mm Myrtle Armstrong spent last Monday afternoon with her sister Mrs Ed Hanoy Stiff Neck Stiff neck is caused by rheumatism oy the muscles It is usuallf co lined ta oflheneck to the bask on uv eck au While it iaofted iqui P lll ulqckrehef be haf by ty lyiiii int s Liniment Not e cuie of t mumatism in ten re qjiiurf internal trieiitment When there M no fever AtidIIIQ swelling as in mus icjJlar and chvtnie rheumatism Csam vrlains Limmojitwill accomplish more itut any internal treatment For sale b Leo Haydon rug Co n SS RheumatismDo you w nt to get rid of it If so take Dr Miles Nervine modified as directed in pamphlet ajround bottle In addition direct curative properties it has a soothing eiffect up on the nervous system by which the rheumatic pains are t controlled and rest and sleep assured It has made many cures of this painful disease some of them after years of suffering If it will youIfcated write us for advice it costsypu nothing and may save you prolonged suffering was so crlnpl d that I could myshoesonto walk y suffering the pain Then throughmyan acute attack of inflammatory MilesNervlnemenced to get better from the start and for the past six months have scarcely an pain ami am able to walk as well as ever SANDERSP J Your druggist sells Dr Mites Nervone we authorize Mm to return faUstoMiles Medical Co Klfchart Ind t BOON 1 Miss Tilhe Fowler of Fenwidc is vis ofIThe house occupied by W 0 Teater the property of the Ransdell heirs was burned down Igst Monday night about 8 oclock Fire started on the roof and was in full blaze when discoverer Mr Tester saved most of the contents No insurance The farmers are getting very busy now sowing tobacco bedsand prepar ing for 1910 crops of all kinds JW Bla ksold one gilt to Albert Hall at 10 cents per lb E M Sandford sold to Bishop Bros one 4yearold work horse for 165 J W Black spent Saturday and Son with friends and relatives near Fenwick Died at the home of his father J C Jenkins near Bohon on the 3rd inst of consumption James Byron Jenkins aged 16 years The death of this young boywas very sad as he may be said to have been just entering life He was a youth who had many friends to whom relgriefthe Bohon cemetery v A goneAA place is vacant inour home That never can be filled Dearest one thou hast left us And thy loss we deeply feel But tis iod who hath bereft us He can all our sorrows heal We miss his smiling face placeHIsThe JOY of them we cannot share No one like him to fill his chair He has gone to join his Savior In that happy land so fair To pray for you his faithful friends And is waiting for you there GdpI Although thesales were in small volume prices were high and very sat isfactory to the farmers whose tobacco was sold on the loose lent market last week The small sales are taken as an indication that the end of the season is rapidly approaching The management of the warehouses have not yet thought it advisable to seta time for closing the market which will be determined by the exJent of the deliveries during the nexttavorable season for handling sl WftolEMUIIi ofthisnueibeattvertiiement t11ier this be d jOt panjons who are bo cbsgadvtisa1eBt3hete wastedLaadsorted IB another dePartment of the er at otbFagMrs Kate Bfcwy Kt 3 has for sells C S Leg t and SC B Orph HBgtoa esfcs for tale 100 for 15 Turner Dumber Ri 31 has fpr sale 1 extra good of year 6ld wilk COW with young calf also 2 good work horses PureBredfo 15 Mrs San Tucker Rt 1 has for sale Rhode Island Red eggs Frpm pen land YtL5f cents forsettingof fifteen King Cbiaeteck Rt 1 has for sale a good second band buggy Turner Derringer jit 3 has for sale a lot of extra good baled straw Mrs C L Brady tthasifor sale Pure Fred Plymouth ejgs 75 for setting of 15 Mrs R B Cregor Rt 3 Lebanon has for sale S C Rhode Island Bed Cockerels from fit prize winners Toledo Poultry Show DeGraffe strain at 80e each Eggs from pen 75c for 15 C it Brady Rt 3 has fQrsaieTVsk othy hay and Orchard Grass stubbie hay and Orchard Grasp Seed J B Peytoev Itt 41hasfor sale a lot of good seed eorn White ami YellowST A Grundy Rt I has for sale froiw 150 to 300 cedar posts Will sell reas onable D B Wilson Rt 3 hasforsaV about 2000Jtickory split tobacco sticks Springiek1hRSerels at 100 T J Graves Springfield has for sale about 200 Kentucky River Water Maple shade trees 15cc and 20c ebI j It Saved His Leg All thought Fd lose my leg writes J A Swensen of Watertown WIS CoTen years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at 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 Pil6s 25c at Haydon Robertson An Indigestion Remedy Free otherwisehealthydyspepsia Whpn you consider that the stomach allied digestive or gans are the most important organs of the body it woud seem that a dis seriQuslytheyllkeottentheandIrregularindigestiongomines your health It is good advice to suggest to you that you go t6 your drug sSyrups ThatIseidtheBPIThompsonYou can obtain a 50cent or bottle of the druggist and taken according to di needItrand besides the laxative effect contains toneIPepsinI811tlalaettonthe very remedy fboy needed to cure Indigestion When once you use this grand remedy you will throw violent cathartics tablets salts etc away U1yourany medical advice write- to the doctor and he wilt answer you fully There is no charge for this service The address is Dr W B Caldwell 900 Caldwell bldg Montlcfellc Ill For sale by The Red Cross Drug Store SEEDSoLDAre a safe proposition for us because wet can buy them under a guarantee that any shipment found to be un satis I ifactory can be returned at the shippers expense i means no chance of our having poor seeds in stccl- cDocsntthatmakeGOLDMEDALSEEDSaprettygood iSEEDS1propoaitionEoryou L WILLISBURG KY RURAL TELEPHONES-M R FARMER Make your home as modern for your famuimi tty residence and place yourself in a position to gel ui utest market quotations at anytime Thip can be accomplished by means ot our telephone service which you 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