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I l If 4 I 0 r thJ JfJt I e i lfrcft f m ii t ItI tr I j 1it TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY l0 5Ioi p fi r t i I VILUMC VI SPRINgFIELD KY WEDNEAY MARCH 23 1911 NVMlf tt i I I OTljTYOF MANSLAUGHTER Joe Reed Given fiveYears in Pen kenljary for Killing Jack Kim berfih Court Adjournedt Satnl y L ce v jury In the caseof ine Common wealth YL Joe Reed charged with the murder of Jack Kimberlin arrived at a verdict Thursday night about 8 oclock after two hours deliberation The jury found the defendant guilty of man slaughter arid fixed his punishment atI five years in the penitentiary The thaiof the case occupied Wednesday andiThutsdiYjJf last week a number of witrifi9Be being examined for each side Tfeefevtdence was to the effect that on Sthrdaynigbt Feb 5 1910 a negro party was given by the defendant and Kod Johnson at the schoolhouse in Brt e1wnThat there was some trouble preceding the fatalaffray which the defendant attempted to quell That thereafter the defendant was accused by the deceasHl of fcavlng pulled a pistol on him and then struck the defendant In the face whereupon Reed attempted to get his pistol but was relieved ot it by his brother The evidence as to thet Actual occurrences atihe time of the killing was more or less conflicting It appeared however that within a quarter of an hour the two men met again f 4 in a different part of the building nnd that the trouble again arose Reed in the meantime had recovered the pistol which had been taken from him and which he swore was the pistol of John Spalding and which he was caring for lor Softldinff Kimberlin it was sworn by witnesses for both the Common weaitK and d feri eumade at Reeid when Reed shot him Soine of the witnesses saw the shooting in some way and some in another while some heard the shooting but did notsee it Reed I swore that Kimberlin rushed at him with an open knife in his handand shouting Now Ive got you and that thereupon he brought his pistol about and shot but that gust as he shot someone grabbed his arm and that the l shot went downward It was sworn by all of the witriessw that immediately aft r this shot thaiSwreral others were fired but it was npfrknuwi by whom There was a hole fond irf the lower part of the overcoat orn by Kimber lin which might have been made by a bullet but concerning which there seemed to be considerable doubt Reed was the only witness who swore that I when deceased was apprpaching him he had an open kuife in his hand al 0though it came ot in the evidence Sher iff Anderson testifying that a large d4eiblade opened was found in clothes Dr J C Mudd Mike Fitzgerald and Chris Hertlein were introduced as character witnesses all three testify ing that the defendant bore an excel lent reputation in this community The arguments were made by Attar Tneys John W Lewis and wo C McChorc for the defendant and by County Attar 4neyl S feayes and Commonwealths Attorney C S Hill for the prosecutioic and each speaker made a free from passion and abuse and asking the jury to abide by the law and the facts The attorneys for the defense made a motion and filed grounds for a new trial but were overrulad by the Court aucli the case will probably go to the Court of Appeals While the verdict of the ury was a surprise to probably most uf those who heard the evidence a conviction vrns looked for by manyand it is understo thatupon the first ballot a majority of the jurors stood for ten years confine men in the penitentiary Circuit Court adjourned Saturday af jhaymg been in session three weeks J pt 4 a During this term of Court considerable business has been transacted Aside from the civil cases that have been disposed of one murder case hal been tried and a verdict reached and several other lesser felony cases tried The nexv term of Circuit Court begins the fourth Monday in May Judge Thurman on the last day of his term of Court upon motion of attorneys for the defendant granted new trial in the case of J T Prather etc plaintiff vs WL Keeling de fendant which was decided at the last term of Court in favor of the plaintiffs Judge I H Thurman has appointed as jury commissioners for the ensuing year Messrs Andrew Cunningham Richard Osbourne and B B Leachman It is the duty of thejury commission ers to select the names of men in Wash ington county competent to serve on juries from which list of names when put in the jury wheel the grand and petit juries are sel ctedj PAULP SHAUNTY Shot And Instantly Killed at ft Douglas Utah Last Week Remains Brought herei Itfor Burial Laura Vandover whose home is said to be in St Louis shot and killed PaulL P Shaunty a private of the United States Infantry at Fort hong las Salt Lake City Utah according to iress dispatches received Thursday Miss Vandover says the soldier had iromised to marry her but refused to keep his word News of the killing was ccmfiimed in a private telegram to the Post Dispaict by chief ofJPoice IL M Barlow of Salt Lake City in reponse to a query The young woman is now in jaiL Selfdefense probably will be Laura Vandovers defense While she refute to be interviewed press dispatches say it has been learned tram the county jail that her motive was to prevent him from murdering her She states it is said that Shaunty had threatened her life thraughjealausy At the jail Thursday afternoon it was said she was hysterical and efforts to comfort her were of no avail She refuses to tell anything about her relatives Tie final papers against her were made out this morning by the United States Attorney and she will be held in jail until the meeting of the Federal Grand Jury in April The young woman saw Shaunty as he wasentering tim kitchen of Capt Willis Ulins quartern and fired four shots at him in quick succession from a er volver Three of them entered his breast one piercing his heart Shauhtys home was at Springfield Ky He is said to haye become ac quainted withthe girl two years ago when he was stationed in Jefferson Barracks in St Louis I am not sorry for what I have done she said to the Salt Lake City police and am willing to accept the can sequences St Louis Post Dig patch Paul K Shaunty was about 29 years of age and was the son of Mrs Sallie Shaunty and thelate Dr Shaunty He was born and raised in this county where he made many friends but for some years past has been in the west Besides his mother the following broth ers and sisters mourn his death Dr Geo Shaunty of Louisville Dr John Shaunty of Oklahoma Mr Joseph Shaunty of Missouri Mr Cleveland Shaunty a private in the regular army and stationed at Vancouver Wash Miss Evelyn Shaunty of this place and Mrs Tom Mudd of Atlanta Gi The funeral services were conducted yesterday afternoon at the Christian church Rev Wolfe pastor officiating assisted by Revs Lawson Williams and King The remains were interred in Cemetery Hill The clipping from theSt Louis paper states that Mr Shaunty was shot ih the heart but examination by local physicians proyed that both shots en tered the back FOR RENT Two good houses with aad gardens and water in yards Apply at this office rf 1 WO PEOPLE TEDIetro Woman and Her Child Meet Horrible Death While Deranged She is Th4ightD To Have Fired ng A shocking tragedy occurred Monday a ternqon on the farm of Mr Palmer rundy at Valley Hill when a tenant h use burned consuming in its flamesg two human victims one an adult oman and iths other an infant negro child not er child was severely b med betore it was rescued from the prch by Mr frank ONeal It is not k own how the house became ignitea but the prevaiin opinion is that it waS fi ed by the dead woman whose mind f r some timejhas been deranged or ati flames4reg1eatieadwa anyone to enter the b g there was no chance ofj rescpiig those who proved to betli victims of tte conflagration Both bbdies were burned to a crisp Tile child which escaped is two years old The woman who Was burned was the wife of Geo Hamilton and the two children were their children GeoHantt 4on is the son of Uncle Jim to a respected negro man who liVes oji High Street The dead womans strange actions havecaused considerable apprehension fcr some time and the matter of put tiagherin kn asylum had been consid hfulDeath of Mr Harmon Mr taylor Harmon formerly a well k own arid wealthy citizen of this cotin t his home near Lebanon an- FtidaY11St death being due to paraly sis Mr Harmon was first paralyzed about two years ago and suffered a second stroke a short time since from wtnch he was unable to recover Mr Harmon was born in Boyle county siictyfive years ago He spent the major portion of his life in this county w ere he was considered a valuable cit zen A few years ago he purchased the a H Lebanon4dmpn was twice married his hrst wife hE ving been a Miss Whitehouse and hi second wife a Misis Woford He- W the father of fifteen children el yen ot whom are now living The tuneral serices were conducted at the Methodist church at Mackville Saturday and were attended by a vast concourse of friends The remains wre interred by the side of the body of his first wife in the Peters burying ground Death of Mr Hardin frImeAfter suffering for a long from consumption Mr Sabe Ijigh ly respected citizen ojt this county died atj his home near Valley Hill Thursday March 17th and wau buried the next ds y at Rockbridge churchcemetery Mr Hardin was a member of the Will known family of that name in then rth of this ca ntyoIe was honest in business and a good and worthy cit izjn whose loss will be felt not only by his widow and five children but by respectedI Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organs like strains on maCh iery cause break d whs You cant vertax stomach liver kidneys bow 2ls or nerves with out serious danger t yourself If you are weak or run down or under strain- o any kind take Electric Bitters the matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Von dSande ofKimdand Ill writes hat I did not breik down while ed dnnng a most severe strain for three months is due wholly to Electric Bit trs Use enjoy health and strength Satisfaction positively Guar RaberasanI k QQ QQQQQ oQa oQQQoop Q O 1 EVERYDAY RELIGION i 0 o a 0 When all is said and done at last and creeds have warred with creeds When men havecoined new terms to clear the grpund of verbal weeds When systems change and doctrines clash and some put oft the old a Todoh new faiths that seem to them a clearer light to hold Although it may be silly yet its back taryou and me To the everyday religion that was taughtat mothers knee 0 0The new fads have their beauty and w011grounded thoughmay bring A comfort to believers who enlist beneath their wing The ologies and isms and the abstract arid the new v a 2 For those who seek adventure in saul amfor ing may do But theres nothing quite so filling in aught thaI can see ia Like the everyday religion that we learned at mothers kn e 0a Some cnticise the heaven of the Bible and some smell 0 at A little too much brimstone in the oldtime Bible hellr i This one thinks creation wasnt scientific quite And this ones half rnvirued1tba he has seen another ylight I Butwhen theyve passed opinions and the choice is left to me g a Mines the everyday religion that welarned at mothers knee el Just plainand sweet and simple with its creed of f itian trust In golden rules 6f brotherhood in life beyond tim deist In joy and song eternal if in this life weve seen fit To obey the ten commandments and th ts all there is to it NO fancy frill or trimming j but its good enough for me The everyday religion that we learn at mothersknee Ex 0I IoQeQooeaeoeoe eoeaeoQeoeoe aeoeoaeoeoeooeaoa Seriously Injured Mr JM Shields and son Erastus runawavacciIdent reItuwhen their horses became frightened and began to run Their course took them from in front of the home of Mrs Grume on toward the Be ch bridge a yeiyV dangerous section of road The occupants of tne vehicle fearing that hey would be thrown oVer the steep emlnkraeiitA thii fwde o wor afe the bridge jumped from the vehicle Mil L M Shields sprained his ankle while the younger man broke his leg near the ankle Both men wer hurried to town and their injuries were promptly attended to by Drs Mudd and Ray Both are reported to be doing well Death of Mrs Orkics t The death of Mrs Lizzie Orkies wife of Robert Orkies which occurred at her home near Springfield FricayMar 18 depnves nqt only ner family of a loving and faithful mother and wire but the community in which she resid ChrisItianlong time been a sufferer from tuberculosis She had fought valiantly against its ravages hut like all othersI on whom it has fastened itself had to succumb Before her marriage to Mr she was MIss Lizzie OBryan daulthter OBryan1IB on The following article was taken from a copy of the Springfield News pub lished at this place of date May 26 1892 of which Mr J N Saunders of Stanford Kv was editor 1 am glad to notice in the matter nf highways that country roads are attracting a good deal of interest Two great magazines have recently printed excellent articles on the subject and the whole country is waking up to the fact that millions ofidollars annually go toward road buildingthat might as well gb to the bottom of Lake Victoria Ny anza Our wagon roads throughout the country arc generally a disgrace to civ ilization and before we undertake to supply Jaegar underwear and sealskin covered Bibles with flexible backs to the African it might be well to put a few dollars into the relief of galled horses that haye lost their health on our miserable highways The country system as I recall it was in my boyhood about as poor and insufficient as it could well be Each township was divided up into road dis- trictS and each roaddistrict was pre sided over by an overseer of highways 1 i ITh funeral sevices at St Rose at y were attended by a host of sor rowing friends drawn thither to pay the last respects to the dead In loving remembrance our dear moth Septemberaged 46 years Wemiss thee from our home dear We miss thee from thy place A shadow oer our life is cst We miss the sunshine of thy face We iniss thy kind andwillmg hand ThV fond and earnest eare O rhmelS darkwlthout the We miss thee everywhere Children t Compliments for Johnson T following is clipped from the Lou tIweelf Enthusiastic allusions to Represent theICalumbiabJUscrats hedefeated many objectionable measures He was aided by representative James and soon had all the other Democrats and a Republican or two behind him He is a member of the Dis trict Committee for Diseases of the Skin Nearly all diseases of the skin such barIen- mak s life a burden and disturbs sleep and xesh Quick relief may be htdby allaysthely Many cases have been cured by its DrugCo 11Bi1I Nye Country Roads whose duty it was to collect so many days work or so many dollars from each taxpayer in the district Of course no taxpayer would pay a dollar when he could come and make mud pies on the road all day and visit and gossip with his neighbors and save his dollar too The result seemed to be that the work done was misdirected and generally an injury tothe toad With all due res rightIihere that he does hot know how to make roads An allwise Providence never intended that he should know The professional road builder with the money used by ignorant sapheads and self road architects would in a few yedrs make roads in the United Stat s over which two or three times the pres en size load could be easily drawn and the dumb beasts of the republic would rise up andcall us blessed for doing so But tl1inare looking brighter all the time Even North Carolina is be ginning to wake up Asneville has sold her street bonds and Buncombe county fullylrealizes that good highways will make it a paradise while poor wiUareaway everythirigbutthe buz zards r t i INTERESTING OLD PAPER 1t Brought to This OffkeChnif Which Have Occurred fo Tor cThf PaitkteIYearS r- MrsE Leachman has b fliW News ofdat May 26 1892 which hag proven of deep interest to uaJrhN- ews which afterwards merged witk the Washington County Leader fOrt- ing the NewsLeader was then e4 and publishedbyRon J N Sdfran- ow a prominent lawyerfof Stanftaii- y Many changes have occurred her 4 Xwithin the past 41lJtu rTearer Tho advertisements as appearwg in this vt sue show that at that time the foll w big individuals or firms were in bastr ness which since thezThaveentirely d K continued or have made chang es Hrdin Saunders atfysatkw Conning ham Medley Co S M Karrick JL G Mansfield McElroy HarB GJ A Dohoney Craycroft k Tlwmpik i jWalter Brown D B Campbell Jirtoo Campbell A to Shultz successor r VShultz McEIrov and DrJ Kuton Among those who were in the horsebreeding business at the hMe were Ao C Kimball G A Pufcwwy C C McGill W J Raybourn WiO KyaniOZi J IL Walker Many of these fanker well known citizens and bustRees ijeir have passed away while others Jive moved to other places At that tibre W E Russell was Circuit Juelev Shuck Commonwealth AU Major Wharton Clerk vWsBifene Mastert 1r seywas County ffifceti lateg i Green Sheriff the late Tho W SiMS jr County Attorney and X ft Sitk Jailer The late Oliver Crouch wail JM lice judge and John Bailey marshal The pastorates of the churchevhivelT been changed entirely within the ei I teenyears as1 at that time Rev lit Saunders was pastor of the Presbyte nan church Rev J A Hpgarty jot the Catholic church Rev J T McCor mick of the Methodist church and Rev W C Cleveland of the BaptW church j In this issue of the paper the find oft of the jury m the famous Grundy iflll case is reported and the speeches made by Hon JW S Clements aad Hoc John W Lewis highly complimented it beitut stated that the address pf Mr Lewis was probably the greatest of tilt life Altho a feeling afsadnesscreepsover- one when reading this old journalaniL thends1ofthatbourne from whichno traveler returns the old sheet nevertheless recalls pleasant memories of them ot the part they played in the making of the history of the town and county before thjri earthjy energies were stilled and thfir t eyelids kissed down by eternity s sweet slumber i Entered School at Age of5j Mr T C Dennis ot Sharpsburjr Washington county passed thtouk Lawrenceburg yesterday on his way ito Lexington wherehe will enter the Bi hje College He is fiftytwo years jdC age and is a member of the firm jbf Dennis Satterly undertakersat dVatacid desired to take a rest and in order to divert hismind from business and for the benefit of the information that it would give him he decide l to apijly himself during his vacatipnof two year to the study of the BileAndersoa News Good Cough Medicine fo ChiWreii The season far coughs and oldalw now at hand and too mush care cannot be used to protect the children A child is much more likely to contract diphth eria or scarlet fever when he1 has a cold the quicker yuu cure his cold ttless the risk Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the ile reliance of maay mothers and few of those who tried itare will to use anyotber Mrs FF Starcher of RipfeyW Van wijw 1 have never used any thing oth tllia Chamberlains Cough Remedy for nxchildreh and it has always given good satisfaction This rentaiy ceflUiiw 90 or other emaI egIven as confidently te a efciki as to ML dult ForMl by Lao Har4o Drof Oou R 4 t I ki TKefSjpringfield Sun H4 L SMITH Editor and Publishers SP3INGFIEBENTIICKYCoal admirably There Is too much black hand In this country of soap and water After a long and slippery climb societyifOne Chicago burglar plundered a ILYYrshome and got away with It However there Is nothing to show thathbrge meat has increased In price Notwithstanding the high cost of living most of us seem to be doing It very nicely What shall we eat has now become a paramount issue In the United States of ierlca Meat or no meat whats the differ cnce so long as we have terrapin cmnvasback and oysters Still the fold1s free and anyone who care to db so may take a day off and invent a new language Surgery Is to be used for badness ita Teiw5 York children but will stop well this side of decapitation Each of the barelimbed dancers claims all the others are merely imi tating her Sort of a takeoff That Washington bay baby doomed to inherit 100000000 stands a poo- ahowof r becoming a selfmade man Moving pictures will reproduce fort- HJ the thrills of the Paris flood with out the inconvenience of wet feet Scientists report tha the tall of Halley comet is composed of gas Dont worry It isnt passing through a meter If this thing keeps on soon it wit require a person who pan count more comeitheroThe expert who blames the high price of extravaganceof woman has a good deal of the old Adam in him f Then there is another useful and thoroughly trustworthy vegetable the whose acquaintance ought to make Broom corn Isnearly exhausted an brooms threaten to go to 1 each Here is where the vacuum cleaners wear placId smiles Halleys comet has slowed down an s going a million miles an hour Some of our aerpplknlsts may be able to hitch on within a few weeks Nevertheless ift will probably nee an those different Investigations an then some to get at the truth about the advance in the cost of UvI1ilgt Speaking of preventable death there can be no doubt that the present cbstof living will greatly reduce th ratio of deaths from overeating West Point young men are to permitted to hate within reason No we shall see whether they know where reason ends and foolishness begins In the past ten years 1000000 die farms have been developed in th United States Back to thq farm isnt such an Idle cry by this showing Inventor Edisons storage battery with which be expects to revolutionize the transportation systems of tho country Is doing a little more revolve lug Comet A 1910 has a1 tail 50000000 miles long but having all the solar system to traipse around in it has not yet tripped up on its farflung append age UPbuturers will babe the nerve to tell us that the cheaper squeaky ones are Just as vood prhe fall back on the familiar one that nev er has been known to fail in the case of the pudding When eggs Is eggs prize hens naturally are at a premium So the theft of an egg laid by a hen at WHkesbarre Pa I which has won 12000 In competition at poultry shows comes pretty close to classifica tion as giltedge crime At least the owner of the hen has offered a big re- Ward for the capture of the thief and the return of the egg In undamaged condition And the valuable Jblddy cackles appreciation of the proceed ings Dr Anschutz Kemp a prominent scientist of Berlin Germany is said to have invented a submarine boat for Arctic exploration beneath the Ice that Is capable of remaining under water at a great depth for a long period Boats were able to do this frpm the beginning and effort has always been made to build craft that will stay right side up and on the surface for a longtime If is one thing to adopt a baby but tt is anotijQ thing to get the lubr tr OPIur is 4 EXPECT DEBATE To BE lONG ONE Difference of Opinion Manifested Among Legislators as to In terstate Commerce BILL DRAWN BY PRESIDENT Chief Executive Said to Have Given the Measure His Personal Atten tlonProjected Court of Pat ant AppealsThe Presi dents Tour Washington There Is every indIca- tion that the debate in the senate on the amendments to the interstate commerce act will be long drawn out and that It will be marked by many of the acrimonious features of the tariff debate of last spring and summer The alignment of senators on the measure will not be exactly the same as that maijorltytion to the bill as It was Introduced will be the senators who fought many of the provisions of the Payne Aldrich bill It is doubtful if there ever was in troduced into congress a bill upon which there were exactly so many di verse opinions as there are upon this measure which thee senate now has under consideration Of course the measure affects largely the work of the members of the interstate com nerce commission and yet the mem b ers of the commission themselves are at variance in their views as to the efficiency of the bill In some of Its par preparedmittee appointed by President Taft every one of the members of which was a lawyer of high standing Then Mr Tot went over the measure him self bringing to bear ou It all his Ju dicial training The cabinet officers sock it up had sanctioned It and said it was proof against attack in the courts Experts Disagree There never was such a case per- hapS of supposed experts disagreeing on the efficiency of a bill There is a provision in the proposed legislation which allows the railroads to sate Into traffic agreements on rates the agreements to be submitted to the Interstate commerce commission who shall be allowed to pass only on adSome members of the interstate commerce commission declare that this takes away much from the prop Theddent agreed that the railroads should be allowed to make traffic pools bbl t said that the Interstate commerce com mission should be given the power to ahgwdn might be considered public policy Other members of the commission sa powesnecessary and all In which the people eare Interested Mr Taft and his law yes members of the cabinet hold to this view and seem to believe that throughwroads the pjopjlng right under the law President Taft believes that appeal cases should be put into the hands of dee con fl dence in the ability and sincerity of the law officers connected with the cabinet department Moreover he IB averse to multiplying the legal depart ments of the government For Courtof Patent Appeals For years the lawyers of the country particularly the patent lawyers have endeavored to get con alUnitedjadlclal committee through reportedlItreportedtelerick P Fish an eastern attorney and who Js tailed the father of the proposed legislation was arguing a lycase in the supreme court only a few yards away from thee senate chamber Mr Fish ten years ago began a can paign for a court of patent appeal and he has been assisted in the war by Edmund Wetmore of Now York at one time president of the American Bar association and by other prominent attorneys in the work of attempt- Ing to secure the passage of the meas ureIIn discussing the proposed bill Mr Fish had something to say about the patent system of the United States and he gave some interesting Information concerning what might be called UnftEitlStatef3American people The patent are admirable said Mr Fish United States has the finest patent system in the world Under the old British system which prevails largely throughout Europe today parliament rewarded a man who brought bus l nese Into the country He might have picked up the idea In France or Germany or anywhere else but the primer purpose of the law was toreward him for Increasing the business of the kingdom The United states very wisely established the principle that its citizens should be encouraged to tl1nkc granted a man the ex cltrlve fight ror 17 years lo an We yentf not hti own onftle theory tha it th people were en to in vent the business weal take care of itself As a result wfosse shads a nation of Inventors and we have outstripped the world In tho field of me chantS we have no ystem today inventors or tpo owners of patents can be surely spared the enormous costs and loss of time Inci dent to endless lit fga I would vent re to say from titanown experience that tnore than the patents which the people haves tried to use have been In litigation at their ex piss on The period jconsumed In litigation of course co es out the life of the patent and ejtery month of so much oss not only to but to the public who benefit of the patent We tiowner concerns in this spend to 2 year developing patents If of these patents could be assured promptly not only would the their owners be great but the talueto the people of the United Stet s run into uncountable mUll ns Salaries Not A equate With issue as gre t as this at stakfc it would seem that congress should look broadly at the question and establish the court Ion a generous basis I believe a salary of 12000 for be chief Justice ahd 11000 for the associate justices snot too great Itw are to havo a couit of patent ap peal composed of the ablest judges in the country The present bllli pro vided salaries of 10000 and 9500 respectively This appears to be a large remuneration not un der the circumstances I fear it Is not adequate to enable the establishment qe on a pppejr basis residents Fortncohilng Tour i Pr sident Taft who Is apparently extremely fond of travel not so much his friends say for trav els sake but because he has a thou ht that he ought to give to the people personally and by word of mou h his ideas of government will start from Washington March 15 on an Ight days Journey It Is perfectly truei that tin outline of the presidents speqchmaklng program as already prepared shows that ks far as texts are bpncerned he has chosen only one great legislative subject on which to spe k but if precedent counts for any thin he probably wilt say a great man concerning matters of legislative moment while talking on announced subjects that have no par mattersrgo lngtra to New York where he will ad dre s a meeting of tho members of the Society of Foreign Wars He will patriotnwar will lead toa discussion of that high er patriotism which induces men to tak an active Interest in their coun try affairs in time of peace In Chicago the president will ad dress the newspaper men the Irish Fellowship club and a great meeting of persons Interested in conserving the Inaturatreso urces 6f the country Thl conservation meeting is thn rr1 one at which Mr Taft as far as hit ann Dunceinents go has intimated that isycongress Firm Friend of Conservation Because of the widespread interest In Jie BalllngerPlnchct inquiry and the charges and countercharges that bar been made by tho men who are involved In the trouble It is laid that Mr fears tho people will get the idea that he Is not the same firm advo cat of conservation that he once was Th presidents friends say It was be cause ot his absolute desire that the nat mil resources should lie saved that he separated his messages to con uress and gave one over wholly to the cause of conservation This mea sage was sent by itself so that thee would be no other matter to draw the attention of congress away from the prime subject which tho president wanted it to consider Outline of Probable Law It is probable that congress will speakd lieredIhidden mineral wealth and another todthej Taft Idea Is to b carried out wants to retain suchlcontrol of the pubireand derive some pecuniary benefit rather than to turn th mover to great frequentlykconservation measures however which have been ree- mtnended and which probably WlllrlO force of law at this session pr bably will have a on these measures to hIStfettbO audi ence of conservaUonl From the City of Jklr Tat will go east to NQW York where he will deliver an ad dress and from there he will go to Albany to speak to the delegates to thti Tuberculosis congress dayTheAfl r leaving the capital of New orb st teMr Taft will go to New Haven to attend a meeting of the Yale cor poratlon of which he IS a member Then he will so to Providence RJux Island to speak to the muniucturlnt jcvrelers and from there he will go to NerYork to deliver two speeches a Republican gathering at which his sp ecb probably will have a strong political tong Tho presideni will be at his White House desk agair at noon on March 23 to take up one more his struggles with congress GEORGE CLIVTON I y r F Three Costumes i tea b Dress for Girl of 14 Dressing Gown Coat for Day or f to 16 Years Evening Wear for Girl of 14 to 16 Years DRESS serge in a deep shade of old rose is used for this simple dress The bodice and gored skirt are mounted in one the panel of front baing carried up to the bust over the waist band the collar and cuffs are edged with silk straps the vest and collar band also being of tucked silk Materials required Five yards 46 inches wide fiveeighths yards silk 4th yards lining sateen Dressing GownA specially pretty gown Is shown here it may be made up in cashmere nuns veiling fine French flannel or flannelette The empire bpdice is tucked in front and trimmed with insertion the deep turn over collar also being trimmed with insertion and lace this is pleated at center back and each side the front and joins the bodice under a sash that is fixed at top under a diamondshaped buckle made of silk over cardboard the long ends are knotted twice and finish in loops MOURNING JEWELRY IN VOGUE Must by No Means Be Too Ornate An Instance of Proper Thing To Be Worn it is hard for a girl who likes quiet mourning to get jewelry that suits her taste Most of it is too ornate or is bestudded with pearls or shows too much of the gold linings A dog collar that Is being worn by a girl in the deepest crape is in par ticularly good style It fs made of onyx set in gold but In such a way that none of the shining metal shows The form of the collar Is groups of fire oval sections set horizontally one above the otlier between square up right sections deep enough to hold the cross pins in place The horizontal parts are pointed at each end and about the size otan ordinary cuff pin TJiIs collar tits closely about the throat and can be worn on the outside of the gown or on the bare neck In having such an ornament made to or der the number of the cross pins can be varied to suit the length of the nectIOF RUSSIAN GREEN Russian green diagonal cheviot was used In the making of a fashionable threequarter length coat of the paletot variety There Is no trimming save black crochet buttons and collar and cuffs of sable f Materials required Six and onehall yards 46 inches wide 2Ja yards in- lserUon2 yards lace three yarda V Coat for Day or Evening Wear Face cloth of firm texture is the most suitable material for this coat The drawing gives the effect of the sleeves being cut In with the coat but in cenIIn by a band of embroidery which In front end under the revers These are faced with black silk which is smart with almost any color The sleeves are trimmed with tas sels The edges of the opening at the sides are connected by cords and but tonsTho coatis lined throughout with silkMaterials required Four and one half yards 62 Inches wide 20 buttons about five yards cord nine yards li ning silk threequarters yard silk for facing revers four tassels II IMPROVEMENT IN THE BANG Loose Fringe of Curls Has Taken OnceRWhile the bang Is back it like most recognizedbyNo longer does one make herself a fright with the severely plain fringe of hair Completely concealing the fore head and looking as If it had been cut around ja crock frizzyfringethe forehead to soften the effect of Sometimesitdeed should be If the wearer con sults becomingness As n ost women object to cutting their ojrn hair to suft a passing fash lop no one should Venture playfully hangsinthefringeFor women with blig foreheads and hair scant on the the bang is a boon as It is undeniably becoming and softens the face A Brocade Blouse youhateposing jln an old trunk Canta you manage to have It match sqthatdo They cover it with chiffon of the oxact shade or they bring it into barmany with the skirt by the use of a varying shade of chiffon No trimming is used no pleats are sllgbtlylowquarter mark Around the neck and sleeve edge there appears the merest line of plain ve vet as a finish This is elegant simplicity and although chiffon is not easy to handle it will be found less difficult because of this lining of more heavy brocade Dyeing Laces cplor very delicate French lace which Is usually silk it may be stretched with thumbtacks upon board with clean white blotters be andion tenInot stand dipping and wringing A broad new varnish brush Is used for the painting of lace and the pros ess lava most delicate one involving great Care Rice Water for B Jbles Boil one cup of well washed rice Iti threefourths of a gallon of water un til quantity is reduced to about three cups Strain SerVo the rice water in nursing bottle In the proportion of twothirds rice water to oDt third cows milk If the child is feverish and cannot digest milk segrice water alone sweet sued or salted to taste Above dines bona may be reduced or increased aV corning to need f sITOGEIITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY THEGEN- UINEYRS0p0iF5G CuXIROFSEHNA MANUFACTURED w THE UfORNIA f6SVRDP o SOLD 8YALCLEAdIN3ORUBGtSTS ONE ONLY SO A The Wretchedness of Constipation Caa qtcckly be overcome by CARTERS LITTLE UVER PILLS j f vegetableI centlyon the liver Cure acheD a RTE PILLS refs and Indigestion They do the drty Small Pill Small Dose Small PriM GENUINE must bear signaturei IQuickSimpleEasy NO STROPPING NO BONING f toiowNTHE WORtD PATENT YOU1t IDEAS kts Y8i wealth 4pageFitzgerald CD PUUr BookEJgilVdeB LADIESTo canvass remedies toilet prepanU Uons and HaYorlnfT extracts opportaitftlea to right parties Dr A McManes TRAGIC RECOLLECTION V seJjDUSwhile traveling abroad 1 Advice f icelsaIdMr Rafferty Ii c1o14lean be lifts his voiQe to express things h no one but himself can fully r hendr h1 Jerry says that does he He does Tell him to be an auctioneer H t can do the same thing and the money1 is surer v f WHATS THE USE 1 Sticking to a Habit When It Means Discomfort Old King Coffee knocks subjects out tolerably flat at times and there is no possible doubt pf what did It X rIall of the time and took medicine which relieved me only fora littl while Then every once in a while 1 would besuddenly doubled up with an awful agony in my stomach It seemed as though every time I took a breath I would die No one coull suffer any more and live Finally I got down so sick wltL catarrh of the stomach that I coull not turn rrer in bed and my stomacli did not digest even milk The doctor finally told me that III did not given drinking coffee I would surely die but t felt I could nut give it up However Husband brought home k package of Postum and it was made strictly according to directions It was the only thing that would star on my stomach and I soon got so liked It very much Gradually I began to better ntf Week by week gained in strengthaad health Now I am In perfect cond tion and I am convinced that the whole drlnlflngleaving off coffee and drinking Postum uA short time ago I tasted some coffee and found to my astonlshmeai that I did not care anything about It jl never have to take medicine anymore I hope you will use this letter for tide benefit of those suffering froM the poisonous effects of coffee Read the little book The Road to Wellvillein pkgs Theres a Reason Ever read the above Jetterr Aeeae appears from time to time Tk17- are genuine true gall full at kv Mr intarestf r I r GOt ROOSEVELT a t t is AT KHARTUM Ex President Again in Touch with Civilization gREETED BY MANY FRIENDS Wife and Daughter Among those Who Journey to Egyptian Frontier Cityrto Welcome Distinguished Travg eler and Hunter Khartum Egypt CoL Theodore Roosevelt arrived at this place on Monday and was recaJred officially by Gen Sir Reginald WIngate govfernor general of the Sudan on behalf of both the Egyptian and English governments The expresident was met here by Mrs Roosevelt and Miss IJEnropeanous delegations of political and other friends from the United States Intact this historic town is literally filled with visitors brought here to sWithRoosevelt completed one of the mostg notable journeys through the ness of Africa that has been underta IStanleyney both in number of animals slain and preserved as specimens and because of its lack of accidents and t1travelerwhich Col Roosevelt has passed comes out of the jungues loaded with it malaria and fever germs Up to the present time neither CoL Roosevelt tnor any of his party have shown anyz symptoms of having contracted any of the numerous contagious diseases Gen Sir Reginald Wingate pro irftR io S J JAA 0- it cJ ii 4 b 1Er I1 iA- p r 1oja B TICO 0r Route of Col Roosevelts Journey Down the Nile vided countless ways for the enter tainment of his distinguished guest Representatives cf the many tribes of tba desert have been gathered here Into one great encampment and for Col Roosevelts entertainment have indulged in every possible form of native amusement giving dances IraThe town of Khartum is a mass o color Flags of Egypt England and America are everywhere and the president has probably appreciated nothing more than the opportunity of visiting this historical spot Khartum is virtually built around the grave of Chinese Gordon TheI city itself Isa gigantic monument to htsherolckeatheffigy in bronze mounted on a camel Razing with fixed eyes out toward the desert which mocked him during the terrible year that he lay there waiting for relief Behind the statue stands the British governors palace an imposing structure In the Gothic style typical of British power and British permanence Name Gordon Everywhere Not far away is the Gordon Memorl al college a school built with funds raised by Gen Kitchener by subscrip tion throughout Great Britain in which the Sudanese newer generation is trained for shlce in the govern ment which conquered is fathers Everywhere throughout the city the name Gordon appears There Is the Gordon hotel the Gordon drive and up the White Nile the Gordon tree Gordons memory will live so long as Khartum exists The British have Dead Perfection We beard it said of a certain man lately that he had no vices He should get some Every man should have a vice or two Being a memoer of a ilodgeand wearing plumes and badges jls better than perfection Atchlson Kan Globe Growth of Various Trees A young oak grows three feet 1three years In the same time an cl crows eight feet three inches and willow nine felt three Inches j rto transformed the city of his de ttflt into memorial to his glory that can laugh at time Reviewing the Trip A chronological history of Mr Rcose velts wonderful journey and a par tial list of the animals killed is as follows March 23 Sailed from New York for Naples 4176 miles March 30 Arrived at the Azores April 2 Arrived at Gibraltar April 6Arrived at Naples April 6After being received by King Victor Emmanuel sailed for 4r121mllesApril 15 Arrived at Aden ArabIa April 21 Arrived at Mombasa knd with honors by the provincial rno- rApriI22Left Mombasa by rail for Rapid plains and the ranch of jSir Alfred Pease on the AthI river for short shooting expeditions About 270 miles Secured two wildebeests two gazelle five other antelope six lions giraffe one zebra one rhino a warthog and a hartebeest May 15 Rode to W H McMillan s Juja farm a full days Journey for short expeditions Secured two im several antelope a water buck leopard a rhino and a hippopotamus More Big Game Killed May 20 Rode from McMillans to the adjoining Heatley ranch for buffalo hunting among the papyrus Twelve miles Secured four Duffalo four hartebeest two zebra two and a warthog May 26Rode from the Heatley ranch to McMillans town house tlt A days Jaunt June 3Left by rail for Kljabe 44 miles June 4 Arrived at KIj baiJune6Left Kijabe oh aarch for Sotik district The route was over waterless tract and although the distance traversed was only 60 miles entailed a threeday trip Secured six rhinos a hippopotamus two eland r wildebeestseveral antelope twp a hyena a warthog and three lionsJuly 12 Arrived at Lake Naiyasha on return trip Secured two hippos and some smaller gameIJuly 22 Arrived at Naivasha from the lake July 24Returned to Nairobi by rail 65 miles Aug4Left Nairobi for Nalvasha Aug gLet Naivrfsha on march to Nyerl and thp Kenya province 80 miles Secured five lions three buf alo a hippo a giraffe and his first elephant Naivasha1AtOct 25Left by rail for Londianl for a three weeks shoot on the Guaso Nguishb plateau about 90 miles Secured five giraffe three lions and sev ral antelope and smaller game Dec 7 Returned to Nairobi by rail Dec 18 Left Nairobi by rail for Port Kisuma on Lake Victoria Ny anza about 150 miles Ugandafrom125 miles On this trip the American flag was flown for the first time on Africas inland sea Dec 21Lefton 23mile auto trip to Kampala Dec 23Left Kampala forKlnslngo 70 miles Secured two elephants Jan 3Arrlvedat Holma Uganda after a 57mile trip from Kisingo Jan 4Left for Butiaba 27 miles Jan 7Leeft on steam launch fqr Wadelai and Rhino camp Belgian Kongo about 72 miles Secured sev eral white rhinos and a buffalo Feb 3Left Wadelai for Nlmule about 54 miles Feb 4Arrived at Nlmule Uganda Feb 7Left Nimule for Gondokoro- a 108mile march through almo t unbroken jungle Feb 17 Arrived at GondokororIIp per Sudan Greeted by Mrs Roosevelt Feb 26 rExpeditlon broke up and UgandafGondokorc via steamboat for Khartum tnore northd shoal two days journey by boat south oJ Khartum March 14Reached KhartuD11thf end of his journey on the Nile and was greeted by Mrs Roosevelt and daughter Miss Ethel- Homeward Bound The arranged program of the remainder of Cot Roonevelts borne ward journey is as follows March 29 Arrives at Alexandria April 2 Arrives at Gibraltar April 10 Arrives at Naples April 14Arrives In parIs Great public reception planned April 17 Goes to Vienna to International Sporting exhibition May 10Guest of faculty of Univer sits of Berlin May 12 Visits Chrlstianla May 15 Arrives in London and h given freedom of city June 15 Arrives in New York Home at last Careful of Others Feelings Why dont you set the date for oui wedding Because I have other fiances tc consider J Will Tattooed on A Mexican miser who died not long ago was found to have his will tattooed on his breast It caused his heirs ha end of bother as the document had to be copied before the man could be bur fed s Nor of the Containers IA Chicago man says the love germ 4ocatedtnth l cxmtertJf the nervous Recently somebody declared 1Isystem to be the seat of affection is no end of opinions RIPPER 81 l is DEfEATED DEMOCRATIC SE ATORS VOTED TO PREVENT IT COMING UP OR WERE SILENT INCOME TAX BILL ALSO KILLED Closing Day of Ses lon Gave Opportunities for Evening Up Many Old ScoresHouse and Senate Officials Presented with Gifts Frankfort Ky Reversals of form such as have rarely ever been wits flossed in legislative halls marked the closing scenes of getaway day ot the general assembly of 1910 Democratic senators who voted fqr the Louisville ripper bill 10 days ago voted to prevent it from coming up or remained as dumb as oysters sitting in their seats thus contemplating its defeat Democratic senators who voted In caucus for the resolution providing for the amendments of the federal consti tution to collect an income tax voted against the amendment sending this measure to the scrap heap A meas ure calling for a state income tax suffered 4 like fate MaDyexDlahations are given but the stern fact is that caucus pledges have been forgotten The closing day of the session gave opportunities for evening up many old scores and although during the speeches presenting gifts to the offi cials of the senate and house flowed words of milk and honey yet behind it all the cheers of the victors when it was announced that the Louisville ripper bill was defeated rang harshly In the ears of the defeated Bills Rushed Through Senator Wyatts bill to amend the landlords lien law passed 57 to 1 Senator H D Newcombs bill appropriating 5000 for the Kentucky Home Society for Colored Children in Louisville was passed 58 to 0 Senator Claude M Thomas bill providing a cpntingent fund of 3000 for Gov Willson was called up W F Klair and S M Russell spoke for the measure J S Steers also stated that In view of the fact that the con ference of governors had been Invited to Kentucky the governor should havd this expense fund It was pointed out that Louisvilles mayor has a 5000 allowance and Lex ingtons mayor has a 3000 allowance The bill was passed 52 to 13 Gov WJllson sent in his approval of House Bill 354 appropriating 10000 a year for the Kings Daughters Home for the Incurables in Louisville By the vote of 45 to 31 the house defeated the senate resolution for the appointment of a tax commission to devise a uniform system and report back at the next session truBleestees for negro schools passed House Bill 19 enabling the Ken tucky Board of Pharmacy to exchange certificates with other states and providing for allowing pharmacists of other states to practice in Kentucky was urged by Senator Eaton Itpass ed unanimously House Bill 153 providing appropria tion of 38000 for the Kentucky State Fair to pay off an indebtedness and add to the tract on which the fair is ocated was urged by Senator Thom- s It passed House Bill 391 providing system ot paying road workers by the county reasurer instead of supervisor was assedHouse Bill 539 to permit the sale f oleomargarine provided it is brand das such It passed House Bill 397 requiring material nen to furnish owner of property with notice that lien will be asserted pas- sd20to8 j House Bill 541 to 1low fire Insur ance companies to ssuo shares of value of 10 passed r House Bill No 380F E Graves providing that proceedings instituted by the commonwealth or any county c tyjor taxing district shall be begun within five years after such rights- fi s accrued was passed by a vote of 74 too Passed Over Governors Veto GJV Wlllsons veto of House Bill No 51 introduced by Representative Klair providing for the register- in aIfll ci vl Ing a penalty for persons soliciting thij purchase of such pooled products- w S treated with little ceremony by tb legislature Mr klair said he tra si sorry to have to attempt pass a Dill over Gov Willsons veto but llu t this measure was for the interest of very tobacco grower In Kentucky- M Zimmerman and Mr Schoberth n l W W Wl Expert Definition ccording to the Delineator Leah wai having her first lesson in punctu ati n On her retutn from school she exp alned to her brJtherithat a period was a dot and a comma was a period tha had sprouted cattle Can Be Made Seaport overnment engineers have reported tha Seattle can be made a seaport by cutting a canal to Puget sound by way of the Salmon bay at a cost of abotit 3500000 spoke for the measure Mr Schoberth said this measure was to enable the farmers when they have organised for the purpose of having competition that they may have a compact organization He said the farmers through out Kentucky were backing this meal ure without an exception The bit became a law by a vote of 77 to 11 over the governors veto The bill providing that the salaries of the prison commissioners be in creased to 3000 a year the chair man to 3600 and the secretary oi the commission 1800 passed the house in a rush The senate passed the bill creating a state board of plumbers LITTLE CHANCE FOR BOND ISSUE Rules Committee of House Refused to Take Out Senate Bill Frankfort Ky Unless there is an extra session of the general assembly there will be no bond issue The rules committee in the house refused to take otu the bill that had passed the senate providing for the passage of a bond Issue of 500000 Gov Willson has sad in private that he will call an extra session to pass the bond Issue and the county unit bill but it IS generally doubted that he will do so There is a story going the rounds that Senator Miko Taylor of Fulton wasso full of praise In making his report Of his examinations of t1ti pris ona that the prisons commission stopped the report and are trimming It down The original report was not permitted to be printed for In it sonic of the prison employes are spoken of as Napoleons of finance WILL APPOINT EXAMINERS Secretary of State Bruner Has Six Nice Plums to Hand Out Frankfort KyAs soon as Goy Willson signs the bank examiners bill which was passed by the house and senate the banking institutions trust companies and other financial Insti tutions of the state will be put directly Under the office ot the secretary ol state Secretary of State Bruner will have the appointment of six examiners for the house voted down the amendment of Representative Schoberth seeking to have thegeneral assembly elect the members of the bank examiners board There will be six nice plums for Dr Bruner to hand out as each job pays 2000 a year and the secretary of state will get 1200 extra for seeing that the work is well done Thatcher Makes Denial Frankfort KyState Inspector and Examiner Thatcher gave out a statement vigorously denying the allegations in the report of the joint legisla tine investigation committee in which it is said that he took the testimony of eXCQnvicts incarcerated in the Lou isville jail Claim Bill Was Loaded Lexington Ky County JudgePercy Scott and other local republican offi cials went to Frankfort to urge Gov Willson to veto the bill recently passed by the legislature authorizing the fiscal court ofFayefcte county to boy row money not to exceed 60 per cent of the anticipated revenue for the pay ment of current expenses Judge Scott says that the bill as originally drafted by County Attorney Falconer wouldI have been of material benefit ette county but that by certain amendments it was loaded when it was passed by the senate and house of representatives COULD HAVE BEEN WORSE So Says Mayor Craig of the Closing Session at Frankfort Lexington Ky Mayor John Craig City Solicitor Shepherd and Attorney Morris Galvin of Covington came toi Lexington from Frankfort- A number of measures of material benefit to cities of the second class were passed during the session of the legislaturo just ended slid Mayor Craig There were some other meas ures that Cpvfngtonlans were Interested in that did not pass but on the whole we are satisfied with the action of the general assembly It could have been worse DESIRE BRYCE TO SPEAK Strong Effort Being Made to Secure British Ambassador for Maple Leaf Club Banquet Vashlngton D C Senator Bradley and the entire Kentucky congress sional delegation democrats and republicans are making an effort to se cure James Bryce the British ambas sador as n speaker for the Maple Leaf club banquet to be held at Louisville May 24 The ambassador says he does not see how he will be able to attend the affair but according to the cordiality the invitation he will en deavor ta be present WW iWJThe Need of Friends Every human being Is born to com panlonsllip Our first needpis a breath of air the next Is a friend Never till wo are done with the air can we spare the friend I think not even tllenC- G Ames Philosophical Needs Before philosophy can teach by ex perience the philosophy has to bo in readiness the experience must be gathered and intelligibly recorded Cl11v1 t rrtgnt by Underwood Under voodN Y The Cross Jn- Histoiy Art Adiegen AT THIS season when all the world aver people of many races and tongues are medi- tatingllyll on the ChristIkMIf ices are belngheld In memory of the greatest tragedy on Golgotha and pro cessions are solemnly marching to the stations of the Cross bearing banners and crucifixes and bowing reverently before altars and pictures commemorating the sorrowful walk to Cal vary when in the Holy Land thou sands of pilgrims from every nation are treading the very Via Dolorosa on which he trod as he left the Holy City forever carrying his cross to the Accursed Hill outside the walls it may be or interest to consider the his tory ant traditions of this wonderful symbol under which we live and In the name of which so much has been wrought of worldwide good to hu manity ant alas of great harm through Christian fanaticism Perhaps there Is no other object on earth about which there has been more controversy more dissensions and more superstitions than about this one great object for reverence on the one side and for derision on the other Ever since the jcrucifixlon It has left a strong impress on of the nations and has been revered in the religion of air the sects bearing the name of Christ It has been sur roundca by traditions and mysticism and endowed with supernatural and miraculous attributes It has been ta ken as the emblem of a faith under the banner of which great deeds of heroism have been done as in olden days when pioneer messengers of the Story ot the Cross filled with religious zeal entered bravely Into uncivilized and barbarian lands fearlesly ignor ing greet dangers Heralded by Christian banners the procession of civilization has spread toull parts ot the world Romans car tied ItfO the Britons and Saxons The worship ot the sun as observed by the Incas was brought to an end through the ascendancy of Spanish bearers of the cross In more recent times Spanish monks with peace In their hearts amid many hardships wrested from the aborigines the western coast of out own country where they erected many missions to spread the teach ings o Christianity The Influence of the cross so entirely filled the minds of its followers thJt it became the cen ter subject of the pain ngs of the old masters and in time permeated not only the spirit of this art but also that of architecture for we find throughout the great Chritian archi Lecture of the Middle Ages stUd in all forms of mediaeval decoration this sign of the cross standing out conspic uously The very foundations of the edifices which were erected isv com memoration of faith in this symbol fol lowed the lines of a cross so thatthe- very walls from their foundations upward might carry with them as they rose tne image of the sacred sign11to receive its crowning figure displayed trrossesinsurmount the loftiest and fines ports pf the architecture of the cathedrals churches of Europe Above the tombs of the departed or even Jin theYpavements of the church above the cathedralsthisthose who rest beneath Being the keynots and the jglory of the Christian religion this emblem soon became prized in other directions besides those ecclesiastic With the triumph of Christianity the cross at once was recognized as a uniyersal honorItto the crowns and scepters of emperors and probes It became the proud est ensign of knightly rank Till greatest Warriors were proud to see the cross on the hilts of their swords as well as on the banners under Which they fought talso became a sign of TE1wardforof Prussia established by Wmla ru for patriotic bravery in war It was worn also as a protection in times of trouble To denote the con secration of those devoted to the aId of the suffering and needy the Red Cross was the confederation of societies In different countries orthe bet terment of conditions of the wounded soldiers andlsea In days beginning with Peter the Hermit in 1094 start ing out to deliver the Holy Land from ibravewarriorsthe red cross they wore as badges om theft right shoulders iiThe archbishops crozier tha en sign of his officeIs the staff with a cross head distinguishing it from the pastoral staff of bishops and abbots which have a shepherds crook Thus has been experienced the ay Ing of Justin Martyr so crossfuImpressed There is hardly a handicraftsman also but uses the figure of it among the implements of his industry It terms a part of man himself Man has beea created In this foqnas has been beau tifully Illustrated by Emily Collier tin the painting depicting the HolyCl1fldsIexpression of his loveSo wide hi my love In the middle ages and in Crusaders days the cross was the distinctly symbol of the Christian in contradl s ChalnmedanThe custom of marking ones sig adoptqctbytinguish them from the pagans and It stood for a silent oath lmmedlite1lIwith their religion as a secret mes sage to one another In their first days of persecution Mingling with tho persecutor of their faith they coulc thus male themselves known to each other without calg the attention of those around them In visiting ti4 catacombs In Rome where they hid from fear of their persecutors ftls ins tensely Interesting to notice thatthe sign so sacred to them is cedan4engraven all around the walls of their prison cells and above the tombs oR their brethren Easter I iko a meteor largo U1d bright Fell a golden seed of light t Qn trio field of Christmas nlgnt When the Babe wnsTborn Then twas sepulchred In Bbo Till nbovc His holy tomb Flashed Its cvcrlastlri bloom Flowerof Fttermorn t r Ji r r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 23 1 9IO H H J L I LET VS TEST YOUR i EYES and fit GLASSES can in the Line ONE DOLLAR In Advance H Li Editor RH Publisher the at IYI for e naia as t Omerear JLOOi fIbc 501 Three Months 25 r lson County Sow in is so certain to produce a gmjall and litter of pigs as to pave the sow in farrow to share her lotjor bed with a pen of boats orwith other sows In summer she will go off to some secluded spot to make her bed and thus escape the dan jfer of In or early spring however she cannot overcome the habit of huddling up with the lot even up to her time and thus ing her The thrifty farmer will provide sep a rate pens or lots and plenty but n too much straw and shelter from rai- f the pigs are a week old two or three sows may be run together 0 course it takes more time to water an feed the sows this way but it pays to do it lib is a great and real loss of time and feed to have you brood sow turn up with only one or two pigs If it is your fault yo cannot make it up this season and b another the golden may have passed Farmers Home Journal A Physic When you want a pleasant physic give Stomach and Liver Tablets a trial They are mild and gen tIe in their action and always produce a pleasand cathartic effect Call The Leo Haydon Drug Co for sample TWO ST VIA We haye just 43 ton the Line of 43 Spectacles in Central Kentucky All the lat est style and +any style Rims We can furnish you with the best grade ot goods at the Lowest Prices it t GREAT BARGAINS IN 21 JEWEL WATCHESWe Suit You Everything Jewelry 1 ED M RUSSELL ISPRINGFIELD SUN fUBSCRIPTJON SMITH ilaieredat postoffice Springfield transmission secondclass matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION rIti DEMOCRATIC TICKET 11OR CONGRESS JOHNSON 1The Farrow Nothing unprofitable halfgrown crowding winter endanger offspring After separated disappointment promising opportunity Pleasant Chamberlains BETWEEN LbmsVILL LOUIS brought Greatest Glasses s = MARKETS JournalBourbont j 1IdIjIIRIRCalvesReceiPis two days 320 the market ruled firm choice veals best 88Jc some 0Ihigher medium 57c common 25Hogs Receipts 378 head for togsandlights and pigs sold steax selected 165 Jh3miup selling at 11 130 to 165 Ibs 1060 pigs ranged from 380 to roughs 1030 down the pens were we cleared and the market closed stead with the opening Sheep and LambsReceipts ver light for the two days 574 head th market was quiet yet firm best fat sheep quotable at 6J7Jc best 8Jc down common sheep and lam slow GRAIN WHEAT No 2 red hand longberry j118 20 No 3 red and longberry 115 Rejected 29c l s8on levee lclesa t CORN Nolwhitev ui OATS Noi 2 white 48 No 2 mixed 47 Rye 87 j The prices for wheat are those paid by deal err the quotations for command oats resell rag prices 2 fAIR VIEW The death angel visited the home ol Sabe Hardin March 17 1910 and took him therefrom Sabe was 37 year age He was married August 16 1897 to Miss Rosa Kays and to that union whonn one was member of the Baptist church His r thecemetedex- tend our heartfelt sympathy the be reaved ones Carrr day homevJohnnie Estill and Annie Smothers visited their sister Saturday night Mr and Mrs C C Woford visited the latters parents Sunday Geo Moul dined ati the home of Emmett Settle Sunday Mrs Rosa Hardin and children visit SundaytThe Sun and 150 t r SEEDSD themrunder a guarantee that any shipment found to be unsatis expensei in stock Doesnt that make GOLD MEDAL SEEDS a pretty good i SEEDS proposition for you A J M TRENT WILLIS BURG KY LOW FARES TO THE WEST TRAINS DAILY LAND Effective daily March 1 to April 15 1910 on way colonist fares will be on sale via The ROUTE to California and North Pacific Coast Points 3120 3730 10 63 to CourierJournal secondclass HENDERSON from Louisville Ky to AngelessanPhoenix Ariz from Louisville Ky to Portland Seattle Everett and Spokane SIMILAR LOW FARES TO OTHER PACIFIC COAST POINTS For Full Information write- J P GARDNER P or F PENN T P LOUISVILLE AI TWO TRAINSDAILY BETWEEN LOUIEVILLDiay u r ST LOUIS VIA I MARCH 1 TO APR L IS ISIOI t I i Dr G TBurton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield Ky office in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notesz The 1910 model CB Corsets in If you want to be stylish get one t Mrs Williams Canna Bulbs lOcdozen Fine vv P J Thomas l am now prepared to do all kind of sewing and ask a share of your patron aka Mrs C L Price If you want hair braided write to Miss Lida Clements Lebanon Ky I New Skirts Voiles Chiffon Pana mos etc Latest Styles Mrs Williams Onion sets 20c per IPThe Ladies of ihe Catholic church willserve County Court dinner March 28 Your patronage will be appreciated We are agents Ifor the celebrated Spirella Corsets and also take orders for hair braid Your order isapprecfeac ed ShaderiTo make room for more Shoes I give 15 per cent off every pair ofpresent stockiJP J Thomas We handle the Queen Shirt Waist Perfect fitting Mrs Williams FOR RENTA desirable eight room house 3 acres ofground and good LeachmanbFor firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CL ING AND PRESSING CLUB GEOJ G GOWDY Prop Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Mr Leo Haydon FOR SALEOne Improved Victor Incubator with capacity for 200 eggs new Apply to Agustus Ott Lakes Old Office P We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good tobacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us fdr city property in Bards town ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky Born to the wife of Mr John Mat tinglv on Monday March 21 1910 twin daughters eMisses Minnie McClellan Joie Lee HattieWebb Jennie Cockendolpher an Agnes Hines will be with Mrs Williams this spring and invite their friends to call and see them rIHappv Hollow Fenwick and Cardweil l communications are left out this week on account of arriving late and the present rush of business Howeyer we hope to hear from them next week STOLENThis morning Thursday March 17 1 new Arnold buggy from my repository Painted bed black with dark green gear 42x46 inch wheels Arched axle 24 inch bed Full leather top curtain and back Case hardened spindle with brasslined boxing The only one I have ever made like this 2500 reward for the party or parties R M ARNOLD Danville Ky Due in large measure to the contihu ed dry weather the remnant of the to slowIlinImade during the past week were at satisfactoryi f suitable weather will be sufficient for the farmers to put the remainder of deliveryion he loose leaf market before its close re urged to do at the earliest opport mity as the indications now are that the sales will be discontined after April at Showi The Harry Scott Co presented the musical comedy hThe Girl From U S at the Opera House last Wednes night to a comparatively large Unlike most musical comedie- The Girl From U S A has a dis itinct plot and the actors and actresses s iwho assumed the different roles play iem very acceptably The as not especiallY good but good singing if not heard as a rule in musical com e iy Probably Otto Thehus as Richard Weston and WillT1i bq8 as Lieuten ant Lmdleyf were the best of the com pany M4+fit H ++ fofeHfr fr i + i ti t r ft ttitX 13 I I iti+ r a Next Tuesday + March + 29thNEW + We also wish call your large Goods in llrY Dress Goods v Laces Linens 3k fBoys wall Paper fShades Lace Etc Etc + INcoi + tit + ++ + ++ + + Mrs J have made of of their daughter Retta to Rubel Conner wedding to take place in April 27 The bride to be is a very pretty aqd popular young lady not of teens She is also a young woman of business ca parity as is evidenced fact that been the Co at this place year Mtv Conner is oj the at Easter Egg Hunt J And Ice The Ladies of Altar Society o Holy Trinity church of will give an Easter Egg hunt po m will give a euchre party Cream supper Proceeds theibene fit of Holy Trinity church Come bring your friends Easter The Ladies of church have an Easter sale on Saturday March 261 They have cakes salad dressad chick ens most your Easter dinner Hand us your order and it will be TO account of dry weather and light receipts of tobacco we have decided to close I will be o hand to receive tobacco on any day that l can as many as threeor four loads so will please notify me before you that I may fix a date ready tor Horsemen I in the Will break your horse to ride reasontable Call and at Fair LUCAS The Lash a Friend allsatnight he writes stubborn colds obstinate sore lungs e asthma croug cough or hay fever It relieves and never fails to I I + A representative the manufacturers Ladies and Misses Suits and Skirts will his samples store on t1ooKthrsire an of the latest things Suits and +SkirtSCTEE TO FIT AND PLEASE You Come and care to + +the Tuesday 29 w SPRING GOODS Ittattention to our purchases of Spring Goods Silks Trimmings white Ginghams Embroideries Etc Aeis and Clothing Carpets Mattings Rugs window Curtains v sW i TbeROBERTSONCLAYBROOKECQi W PORATEDISPRINGFIELD + + + Wedding Announcement Mr and DBarker the announcement the engagement Mr the Louisville vet out her fine by the she has bookkeeper for Cumberland Telephone for the last manager Cumberland Telephone Exchange Bloomfield Ky Cream Supper the Fredencktown for the Mondaydand Ice for and SaleI the Presbyterian will will for the public hlsand everything for appreciated NOTICE POOLERS Ou the any get you come and be you Respectfully TJSETTLE To am business of handling horns see th Grounds BOHON of toAtroublesome KingsNewnowgcoughs hemorrage whooping 1001Trial of one of largest of display in our assortment in see purchase Date March 1910 to Sheetings lr temporarily me TEXAS Rev J W Campbell of Harrods withfriMr J H Harmon and daughter of Lebanon spent Suncay with R L Arnold and wife Mr Charlie Harmon and wife of Lebanon spent Sunday with the latters sister Mrs T E Wilson Mr Morgan Arnold of Perry v ille was here Sunday Mr Lucian Purdom spent several days m Springfield last week hslhneto call to see her goods Mrs Clay Brady entertained a number of herfriends at dinner Monday Mrs James Arnold who has been very ill snow much improved Mrs R L Arnold went to Danville homfe s been attending school at Cailwell but is now very ill with tonsilitis GRAVEL WITCH Farmers are very busy sowingt tobacco beds and plowingi Mr and Mrs Charles Dugan andfam- ily were guests ot Mrl and Mrs J T Nelson recently Mrs Nannie Powar returned home fte pending a week with her daught er Mrs C A Boswell at Simms Miss Clella Fay Hays of Penick is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Nelson HaystMrs Amy Brady and children of Washington county recently visited he sister Mrs William Brady f Mrs and Mrs W0 Hays and famil were guests of the formers brother Mr T C Hays near Pleasant Hill th first of the week Mrs J B Hundley who has pee n improvingnMrs J B Williams after an of several months as able to be ou againr Mrs Victoria Prewitt and son Mr Boyle Isham of Bloomfield Ky are guests of the formers laughter Mrs Robert Deven Mr and Mr P MKey visited friends at MitchellsburgJMonday Miss Iola Lanham spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Lee Harmon Mr and Mrs Sam Shanks entertained a number of friends the 13th inst in honor of Mrs Shanks birthday Beadeter Sirs NelsonHays FREE 160 ACRES OF WESTERN CAHAD FARM LANDS In the best hard wheat country an the world Ooen to every male 18J yearS aJamiJYAlsocan be selected close to railroads ana growing towns For full jCER Hotel Leland LexinetorillKv Indigestion Relief in Five Minutes and Perm nent Cure or Money Back t When a druggist states that he has a remedy that Is guarenteed to cure any Cmanfermentation which causes belching sour stomach gas eructations heart burn and that lump of lead teelingin the abdomed or money back what are the poor stomach sufferers in Springfield and vicinity going to do ab ut itT The name of this most remarkable stomach prescription is Mona Most paoole call them Miona stomac tablets because they know that therein n remedy so good for indigestion or stomach disorders Here is one opinion rIhave been troubled with indiges iron for more than a year Ibiu ht curemeethe house for 5000 It saves a lot of doctor bills when you can be curJIfor bO cents tYou can use my name if you a it- toArthur Sederqiiest 6 Niche SU Wakeffeld Mass Nov 7 1909 Mi 4 na stomach tablets cost 50 cents a bob at druggists every where ami at Leo Haydon Drug Co Booths Pills will give constipation sufferers joyful surprise 25 r flYOMEf Yostbreatheinlialerl Extrabottlers 60o Dngg t RURAL TELEPHONES I MR FARM1RMake your home as modern for your positionto tbe accomplished by means oi our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small com pared with the benefits received Call or address our near fest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special FARMERS LINE rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service Statejportion of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1 tIncorporated 1i i t J f tiHJE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARSH 23 1910 jdII MEMS DEPARTMENT I GRUNDY t AT Me I NT IRE S Complete in Every Respect I SHOES All The New Things in Latest Shades and Cuts Patent Metal iTdnsandKids Latest Shapes LACES PUMPS CLOTHING For Boys Young Men and Gents J Newest Styles in Oats = r Mens Underwear a ciW af1y New line of Neckwear Shirts Collars Ties and COME SEA US GRUNDY MclNTIRE VALLEY HILL t During the past three weeks of lovely weather such as has never been ex perienced here March the farm ers hive forged ahead with their work and scored another headway for an excellent crop The past winter having been so severe naturally leads us to an ticipate an unusual season bgth in being early and seasonable for crops Work being the order here all social functions have been sorely neglected therefore we fall short of good news itemsnot from the fact that our viI lage js un enterprising for such is not the case Everything is on the boomfarming and all other busi ness adaptable to tne rural sections Mrs Carrie Porter of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Palmer Goatley of this place last week Lucien Gregory of Pleasant Grover was in our midst Saturday on business Those who attended The Girl Fro U SA in Springfield on the 17th in stant report an excellent play togeth erwitha good moral and patriotic cast W R Moran who has been boarding at the home of Mrs Ida Clarkson while attending school in Springfield is now at home He will continue attending school however but will reside at home Mrs Walter Boyle of OwensT oro is the guest of Mrs Palmer Goatley this week We hope for good weathers but how about having March in April Ohlj slush Overheard a fellow discussing or jis= cussing an attack usually follows warm weatherGuess it is the same fever that affects the writer when the sun shines bright Mr and MrsJ E Sutton visited relatives at Thomfcsonville Saturday and Sunday Mrs Chas Lewis and daughter Miss ofrelaIday Mr ana Mrs Jewett Brown of jiear Spnngfield were in jour midst Saturday unlcleMr i and Mrs J E Goatley visited relatives near Maud Saturday and Sun day I i Mr and Mrs C L Grundy of this place visited relatives at Pleasant Grove Sunday Douglas Avery and family of Science Gun ijn and Toes BUTTONS and Hosiery TO during however Hall visited relatives in this section Sunday Mr and Mrs Arthur Whiteman of Pleasant Grove visited relatives at Midway Sunday purchased7500 this week Will Houston of Maud passed through our village Sunday en route to Mack ville where Din Cupid has directed his footsteps in quest of a divine inspira tion known only to himself Success to you Billie PLANKED CHICKEN This Recipe Will Serve Two or Four Persons Liberally Select a chicken of about two pounds In welcht and cut off the neck on a Hue vjrS the top of the collar bone Cut the chicken down the entire length of the backbone clean and wash In side and out Flatten the breast bone andmunjbint wings and second joints Let it broil skin side down over a bed of coalsor under the gas flame about six mInutes then turn and cook about three mfnutes oa the skin side THE CHICKED READY TO SERVE Baste liberally with butter and let it cook in the oven or farther from the gas flame about an hour Baste occasionally with melted butter Have a plank made hot in the oven Set the chicken fan the plank skiu side down Fill the space between the chicken and the edge of the plank with hot boiled rice About the chick en dispose four flowerets of hot cook ed cauliflower four corn fritters four hot stuffed tomatoes und four slices of bacon rolled pinned with a wooden toothpick and fried in deep fat- Serve crpain nr1 Holluudalse sauce lu a bowl of Iron Nerve will and tremendoar en IIndomItable found whet e Stomach and Bowels are outof want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills the matchless regula bodyr PLEASANT GROVE Mr James West of Atlanta visited relatives here the latter part of the weekMessrs Joe Edd and William Thompson left Monday for Pittsburg Pa af ter a visit to relatives in this county Misses Eleanor and Lora Reed spent several days with Miss Harvey Vanars dale recently Mr Benny Wathen and Miss Pearl Edelen were with friends here Sunday Mr N P Thompson has returned from Harrodsburg B D Lake of Springfield was here Saturday on business Miss Harvey Vanarsdale entertained the following young ladies Thursday Misses Pearl Jones Della Ray Gregory Tina Reed Sue Edgerton Sara Reed Eleanor Reed Lavinia OConnor An astatia Grace Ellen Gregory and Nan nie Pinkston Miss Frances Litsey is visiting her aunt Mrs Bobbitt in Lebanon MrsS P Thompson and children spentthe week end with her parents Judge and Mrs B L Litsey Mr and Mrs Woford spent Sunday with Mrs Wofords parents at Maud Miss Sue Reed is visiting her aun Mrs Alice Funk in Louisville E Mitt Leachman was iri Louisville the first ot the week Mr Frank Yankey pent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs W A Thompson Little Eleanor Hays Thompson is spending the week with her aunt Mrs J H Ho per Rev H S Hudson will preach at Pleasant rove church on Easter Sunday MILD IQUID CURES ECZEMA Skin Suffers Drop Greasy Salves and Nast Medicines That mId sooffiihg liquid D Dj D Prescription stops the awful itch with the first pops Arescription of acl knowledg d value j Get a tr al bottle a 22c It will takeaway the teh right way and you will sleep soun lly We a sure you personal ly of the merits of this remedy for we know HJ ydon Robertson I t Pumps Tinning and Plumbing For all Kinds of Tinning and PlumbingI AT call one HATCHETT McPHERSON We do your worK promptly tIAllworK GuaranteedII Leave orders at Barber Pettus Hardware Store and they will receive prompt attention LiI Sl OI i t J iI Iw1IIWITHOUT i or yr All YVnrk Done In office is first tl Bndjust I SSuOver ilcElroy Shadors Grocery 1eOleoeoeoeoeoeleoeoeoeo a of Personal Notes I 0 V ARound 0 ia Personal News Q oaeoeaeaeao aaaeoo Mr Frank Brewer of Fairfield was in town Sunday C W Hagan of Lebanon as here for afew days Miss Roe Montgomery of Lebanon is the guestof Miss Mabel Thompson Miss Elizabeth Logsdon is visiting WillittiMr P H McChord was in Lebanon Thursday Mrs Kate Williams spent Sunday in Fredrickstown with her mother Dr W V Stallard and Jim Hays Taylor were in Fairfield Sunday Mrs Hamilton Robertson sadson R H have returned home after a visit to refatibns in Bardstown and LOuis- Ville Mr Ray Goodin of Lebanon was herd Sunday MissGertrude Shocker of Bards town is visiting at Catherines this weekjMr and Mrs T W Simms Sr spent a fewdays last week in Louis ville =Mrs Jess Rapier is the guest of her parents here Mrs Colie Porter and little son have returned to their home in Louis ville after spending a few days with relations Miss Jennie Redding spent Satur day and Sunday in Lebanon Gwin Marks was in Lebanon Monday Mr GC Batchelor of Bloomfield SundayMiss Mayme Allen spent a few days last week with relatives in Louisville Miss JOsie Lee has accepted a po sition with Mrs Williams x Mr and Mrs J C Shader spent a few days in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs J S Yankey have returned from Lexington where they attended the eightythird birthday cele MrstN Yankey Mr Yankey says that although his mother has passed the fourscore mark she is in good health and cooked the dinner for her eighty third birthday celebration Mr Andrew Yankey who holds a lucrative position with the L and N Railroad at Madi sonville was also present at the celebration Misses Ethel Searcy and Gustava Goodlet spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville Mr C A Green spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W K Marks at Lotus Mrs J W Carter and two children of Lexington are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J S Yankey Jack McChord and J S McElroy of Center College are spending the Easter holidays at home Dr W W Hyatt of Willisburg was in town last week =Mr Leo Haydon spent Sunday in Louisville Miss Griff Shuck of Lebanon visited here Sunday Messrs Heffernan Rubel and S A Russell of Lebanon were here Sunday Mrs W E Leachman has returned home after a visit to relatives in Louis ville Miss Regina OBryan who has been quite ill is better Mr J C Shader Jr who is a student at St Marys College is spending the Easter holidays at home = Mrs I H Thurman visited friends in Lebanon Monday Messrs Joe Bishop and J M Sturgeon Jrspent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville Mar hall Duncan left this morning for a ten days visit to Frapkfort Lexington and Cincinnati Messrs Handly Bohon and Lafon ot Harrodsburg and Gwm Marks and Marshall Duncan motored to Lebanon Monday night in Mr Bohons machine Mr and Mrs J W Bush have re turned home from Terre Haute Ind where they have been with their son Lynn who is ill of pneumonia l i + + + ti MillineryOpen iug 4 W We will Have our Spring Line of V V HatsTITS On DISPLAY SATURDAYMARCH 2fc 1910 v And Cordially Invite the Ladies of Town and County to tGall and Inspect Our Line before Buying i Wathen Shader tW + JDr and Mrs J B RoBards of Harrodsbjurg are guests of friends here this weep Mr ohn Shaunty and wife and Mrs Jim Beam pf Bardstbwn attended the funeral of Pout Shaunty at this placeiTuesdae Mr joe Wycoff and Miss Francis Martin spent Sunday at Maud Mrs Bettie Graham and daughter Miss Mar ills ie left Saturday for Louis to make their home Mrs D R Litsey has returned home afters visit to friends at Lebanon Miss Annie McChord visited friends in Danville the first of the week Mrs J Y Mayes find Mrs B E Buster are entertaining at cardsthis afternoon tMr arid Mrs E S 1ayes have re turned hprijie after a visit to relatives in Lebanon l Misses Viola and Lucy Brown have returned home after a visit to friends atBloomfi ld Messrs J Fand Ben F Simms were in Bardstbwn Wednesday Mrs Henry Leachman was in Louisville the first of tHe weeK Mr J CityJInd forh s Carrie and Regina Clements of Lebanon sere in town Tuesday Mrs jkary Phillips of Lebanon was IiI town Friday MrJfR9yalty was in Bards J Grace and B D Lake were in Lebanon Monday Mr and Mrs Harry Brown of Lebanon spent one day last week with Mr and Mrs FC Peters Miss Agnes Rudd has returned trom a yisit to friends at Lebanon Mr Henjry Royalty waS at Mau- dSundayJ Misses Mary Wakefield and Halh Houston of Maud were in town Mon dav Mr John S McElroy Jr of Central University is spending the Easter holidays witn his parents Mr and Mrs J S McElroy EASTER MILLINERY Will have an early showing o 01IiASTERCall and get an easter bonnet Prices Rifht Mrs WILLIAMS tilelAntomcbileMiss Kate Mackin of Lebanon Iscf visiting Miss Margaret Hagan 4 Mr Tom Duncan and Miss Sue Reeri are visiting in Louisville this week Mrs 0 D Hatchett has returned home after a visit to relatives at Periry ville DEEP CREEK t The farmers are getting very busy now plowing and sowing plant beds ixIT all kinds MrJ L Harmon sold one ayearoJdS horse to Mr Bennie Carpenter for 1251 Mrs Bell Elliott was called to the bedside of her daughter Mrs Cords Wilkinson last Tuesday Mr George Elliott and Mr Martim Mathley sold some ho s to MR Bbts poundWe Mr Bex Coyle who has been sick is now sBfe to be out again Y We are sorry to say that Mr Mart weeTLMrtained as their guests Mr and Mrsi A Holderman and Henry Holdermajp last Friday Mrs Fannie Carpenter and MFs Ka tie Carpenter were the pleasant guest of Mr and Mrs Oda Coyle last Wed ne day Miss Eliza Isham from near Perry ville spent rastweeJj with her sister Mrs Rosie CocanougherT ISeveral from here attended the fa ss Effie Ronney at Stewartsri yifle last Wednesday She had beeiifat victim of consumption for quiteaTffii veTsbusy ntThe CeParisian Sage the quick acting hanr restorer is now for sale in SprrrigfieteS at the drugstore of Leo Haydon Dices Co and is sold with a rigid guarantee at 50 cents a bottle Parisiau Sage has an immense saTs and here are the reasons It is safe and harmless a0 It cures dandruff in two weeks by kiEP ing the dandruff germ hairfIt promptly stops itching of the scat r It makes the flair soft and luxaraB It gives life and beauty to the harr It is not sticky or greasp It is the best the most pleasant and invigoorating hair dressing made t jEasterI The Easter Rabbit has deep of our store and yleft the Prettiest assortment of i Easter Rabbits- Eater Eggs 1 Easter CHicKens t and Easter SJoxrelties Ever cjn display in Springfield Bring the children and let them see What the Easter Rabbit has for them Katie HertleinA IJIro Fresh line of Bread Cakes Rolls Candies and Fruits x r r Book Companionship books are a guide in youth nndRn entertainment for age They support tifij under solitude and keep us from being a burden to ourselvc They help us to forget the crossness ci men and things compose our cares and our passions and lay our disappointments asleep When we are weary of the living we may repair to the dead who have nothing of peevish ness pride or design in their con versation Jeremy Collier aeon or Omo or lLids ooOrrrr sa makes oath that bo 3s eenlit dollglJuSness ofONEofJULLBFRANK J CHENEY Presenc9ttailAW GLEASQN s PUBLIC artserectlyfBteaa Send for testimonials trees 0BoldTake Balls Family rills for constipation Fear not lest thy le come to an end tutrather lest It never had a be ginning Newman HEAD BACK AND LEGS ACRE TbatIsLaGrippetatea promptly All dealers 25cS5o and bottles The decay of poetry may be due tot fact that so much of it Is rotten PILES CURED IN TO 14 DAYS PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to cnra any case IaSAH early cucumber in the hand beats two in the stomach Mrs maslows Soothing syrup InSaa1matJo1 To enjoy love or sausageS one must have a lot of confidence J tIER H PHYSICIAN APPROVES t Taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Sabattus MaineYon told me to take Lydia E Pinkhams V i i1j i 1J Compound and i rs Pills before Wii childbirth and we tocII see how much good t FJ it did My physi jii clan said Without doubt It wa- sCompound the 3 m that i ithankadvisingme permission to use stimomalsMraXWM1TCllELL j Anther Woman Helped Passinthrounervousness and other anD PinkhamsVegetabIeCompound treniftlvand proved worth mountains other8U1Iering letteruJMrsClURLvile Vfc f throughthislug from any of those distressing ills caber to their sex shoUld not lose yearsLydsund which is made from roots remedyformnni will fund women who LydiaETrial Bottle Free Bar Mail IfyoetiffcrlromEpilepaJFitsFaIlagslckneaaSpeemL coveiy will relievo them and all you are asked to to chdforaFiee Trial f2 BotUo of DrMaya IEpllepilolde CureIt 1ua cured tboosands where thing elao Idled Guaranteed by May Medical Lboratoy Under Pure Food and Drugs Act JutO Both IC04 Gaftrantf Ko 18971 lie Special Froo 2 JBotUf and give AGE and compete uddreu- M W 548 Pearl Strait Nsw York neue mention thU piper DrpggUU fill orders ui T17R P 711ha t i a1tJ 7vumi OWN A CANNING FACTOHY = Eclipse Canning Machine Make More OUTFITS ro0TO10- ooocnlvs PER DAY experiencedCatalogueEclipi s Jffi doe word to r when youneed areme CallCNSCOLD A VATMWTIC V- 14LL ffpw C 1JEI JIFF RE localities throughout the Uni t States have varied form of Eas observance eaph novel and dis in its way but it is safe to say the most spectacular of th se events is the great Easter parade on the board walk at Atlantic City Each American city to be sure has its Eas r parade along about church time on tha joyous morning but none of these not even tlie famous show of fashion on Fifth avenue New York can ap proach in magnitude and splendor the informal procession in honor of the spring holiday at the seaside ATAT1AIYTICIt is no commonplace sight this panorama of 150000 people all attired in their most impressive raiment tramp Ing up and down an esplanade five miles long to see and be seen P haps if you havent been initi ated you raise your eyebrows at the thought of Atlantic Gity as an Easter resort We are wont to think of sea shore resorts as bleak places in win ter with biting winds sweeping over the sand stretches and whipping mournfully the tattered remnants of last seasons Ice cream URvacationBPlt1ltherfIeany rate That logic is assn how fl1t1fiItsrfday The people of the eastern part of the United States have come to accept At1antlc City generally as the preemlhent ofthetobeenmer paradise and the middle west to this day reserves its main pilgrimage for Augu t when one may see in bathing at one time is many WyomligJusta sum mer playground Into an all theyear res rt With t u u I Iar r lt7 RESURRECTION t A magic wand hath touched the sleeping earth A dat its summons lo a glorious lawn To countless joys rock field and hill give birth And myriad triumphs in a breath ire born Old winters woe like mist hath rolled f way And over all a rosehued splendor lows Love pleasure hopeas flowers dorn the day- Ecstatic peace in every streamlet owsi Sweet spring Is here The Easter of ur souls Ocrfilled with promise burdened with do lightIA noble purpose In each hour that rolls A precious treasure In each moments fi ght O magic wand 0 faithful band and true We give thee praise and gratitude for this Thy1 touch hath quickened blood and brain anew And thrilled our lips with freshfil ed cup of bliss Lurana W Sheldon in Metropoll an Maga zine STRANGE EASTER RITES In Kg corner of this whimsical old world of ours caji there be found more naive traditio sof Eas tertide than those treasured in the he rt of the Macedonian race on the border between Europe and Asia Even before the 40 days fast Is quit over the rejoicing that is to flower full blown at Easter begins crocuswlse to push its brlgh way upward through the gloom of abstinence and vigil says a writer In Housekeeper On Palm In lIl ler bands of three and four the SIl l fascinations at Eastertide is difficult to determine although the residents of this pleasure metropolis ascribe it all to their discovery that the Gulf stream comes nearer to the coast off Atlantic City than at any other place north of Florida and thus moderates the temperature and softens the ocean breezes In a not enjoyed elsewhere Candor compels the confession that there have been Easter Sundays when Atlantic City presented a decidedly chilly aspect out of doors and tiven under the best conditions L h h h ittfi t Palm Maidens each flourishing a festive gold embroidered handkerchief go from house to house singing their happy carols Holy Thursday radiant with red sashes from every balconyfluttering symbols of the brightness of the spring Is the great eggdyeing day With the first egg dyed the fond mother forms the sign lof the cross upon the face and neck of her dear wee nestling saying Mayest thou grow as red as this egg and strong as a stone Then gently she places It beside the Icon of the Virgin yearperhapsof the wish that the earthly mother has just ute tered that the divine mother may grant its tul flllraent At 12 oclock Easter even a midnight mass is celebrated The Gospel is read In the church yard beneath the silent stars There follows the Joyous hymn Christ Is Risen r the glad out burst of firearms the clattering tongues of bells The priest holding up a lighted candle bids all Como and receive light an din happy confusion the ihrong lights Its candles Wi th these little flickering torches In their cage wands they turn to the church The doors are losed and locked Loudly they knock their voices raised in solemn chant L yeIter gates enter the King of Glory f A voice within demands Who is this King of Glory And the answer breaks forth exultantly He Is the Lord strong and powerful He lathe Lord mighty In War i Hdnie from the service many slip red eggs under their Sleeping childrens pillows that when the little ones awate Easter morning they may discover that Paschalla the female personification jof Easter has surprised the household with a fair visit f 1 1iJ most iof the women in the Easter pa rade wear furs but as a rule the air is bracing and mild enough to encourage lengthy constitutionals Incidentally it ma be remarked that the luxurious rolling chairs which constitute a dis tinctife feature of life at Atlantic fire not so well patronized at Easter as fn dog djiys Easter weather is of a kind to en oursga walking and the chairs which are abroad at this season are houscjtt in with glass Thd student of human nature and there Is no letter place in the world for sjuch study instinctively draws contrasts between the Eastef throng and e summer vacation crowd at At lantlcj City In July and Augustwhen the city by the sea is entertaining some J200QOO visitors a day this whirl pool Qt humanity is filled for the most part with wage earners and salaried folk and their families who can afford but dine vacation a year and elect to enjoy it here tarrying be de the sea for a week or ten days or two weeks 1i 2aJA r L lli2E0J3 W A FAVORITE AMUSElfftr Of Tfff lT7irFOLXS At Easter on the other hand the assemblage at Atlantic City is recruited largely from the wealthy and leisure classesIt is the rendezvous of fashion at this period Just as are Newport and Bar Harbor In midsummer For all that the at Easter does not equal that when the summer excursion business Is at flood thousandhthe spring merrymakers who pour in at the rate of 300 carloads a day for several days before Easter What the Easter Invaders lack In numbers they make up In spending power and this insures them at double welcome on the great amusement highway where the opportunities of retail trade are such that as much as 3000 a year rental Is Charged for a tiny store room That the Eastev rush seaward means such a golden harvest rlr the hotel keepers and met chants ut the Brighton of America is all the more significant when it Is taken into consideration that many of the Easter visitors come only for the week endJ that Is for the interval from Friday afternoon to Monday morning Atlantic City at Eastertide is the board walk and the board walk Is Atlantic City In the sum mer the great bathing beach is of course the prime attraction for many of the visitors but nobody cares to Indulge In a dip In old ocean at Easter unless mayhapt it be some Venturesome individual In quest of notoriety This being the case the board walk becomes the center of attrac tion and right fell does It meet the responsibil ity Following example of Atlantic City al most every seaside community has erected a board walk but the one at Atlantic City Is In a class by itself jit is upward of five miles long is 40 feet wide throughout its main section and cost more than a quarter of a million dollars On the one hand this board iwalk affords prom enaders ah unobstructed view of the sea while on the other thfe marine esplanade Is lined with hundreds of restaurants amusement places of every Imaginable kind and the most fascinating shops Interspesed at frequent inter vals are art auction rooms A largo proportion of the visitors to Atlantic CJty are women and of course no woman can resist the temptation of real bargains a fact pf which the wily Japs who conduct these uctlon emporiums are manifestly well aware Aside from the neverending proces sion of variegated humanity unlimited free amusement is pjcoVlded by tho picturesque bark ers the fakirs jhe street musicians and thesand sculptors who li e the bpadwallc Finally great amusement pies of steel construction each in effect an annex of the board walkextend sea ward from the each a third of a mile or more and afford visitors all the sensations of life on an ocean liner save the seasickness On these piers are the g aat music halls and concert audl toriums where are held the popular dances foe which Atlantic J31ty is famous t SQuakeiO is the best dish you J lf rcan serve tr Delicious and V1 nourishing 4 t Gob dor all4gs and all conditions f Economicaland strengthening 58 f1r LowOne Ratet1O i i iamornia3rt In effect daily T March IB f If t r It April15t Good on the comfortable tour tsleep rsoftberf d r n 11Union Southern PacificT- he ft t Safe Road to Travelt IJ t 1J Dustless perfect j trackel a ctrilblock signal pro tectiondining car meals nrJaerv ceUBest iIi tI the World v lp For further information Viv call on or address v li E L LOMAX GPAOmaha WESTERN CANADA What Prof Shaw the WeHKnowa AaIr- Icblrtat Says Meat It I WetenCaDadathe United States Feed is cheaper nnd e tmase bettor the parproe Your market tza yourfarmersi ailol saline Borth of rtho International boand ary lYoar vacant land wll at a rate ftlODpeople la the United wanthomes In Western Canada this year 1000 produced another larm barleyIn gfxTcitcliewon and Alberta Freo homestead and jrceaty idbyrailwayandlandcompanie Adaptable coll healthfulmate schools and churches and good rnUwa descriptiveliterature partlcnlan ICaaalUanWILUAMS Law Building Toledo Ohte- Uso DddleM nearest Tog utD I twilt clean thorn oS permnno tyou work the horso gismo nUyb t i not blister or rcmoro the hair porlxjttle Book 4B formankindPi inn VeinVaricocote paingulrklycures tell you more If you write Mid by i F 310 romp lit SprlDltleJ4 J PATENT f ARKERS I HAIR BALSAM CleoDKt and beautifies the bets trever IHolt to its Youthful Colot faiiaRaoeand lBookand Adrlco f ucin WabinitttanDRllatgrts l n H f I J 1 i i I f I 1 I StateNewsHappenlngs I NEW FORM OF CONTRACT Di SocietyjLexington KyThe district board of the Burdey Tobacco society unan imously adopted the form of contract under which growers are expected to jil dge their 1910 crop of tobacco to t socIetyT1ierearewith that used for the pooling of the 1909 crop In the first Instance it is provided that the 20 per cent liqul dated damages assessed for any Vie JatlQn of the pledge on the part of the grower shall not be construed as a waiver of the rghts of the society to enforce the contract in equity The second change gives the speciffledpOOllsb4l1the necessity for an extension such as WaS taken last fall In the 1909 con tract bet 1 was the date set for such declaration and the board extended the time to Oct 15 In the formbof contract just adopted Nov 1 is as the dale Jebaaverage price of 2263 the highest eof the season Ikjuisvllle KyThe Council of the United Reformed Churches represent ing the entire field in the United States of churches working under a Presbyterian form of government met here in a three days convention Danville Ky Because of fears tat lynchhhnof life imprisonment fQr the murder ot Andrew thaSomerset Richmond VaThe body of Dr V stonnperintendingreached here jvbrothercourt of appeals Frankfort KYAt a meeting here to launch a movement by the labor unions of Central Kentucky to elect men to office pledged to support union labor J H Williams chairman of the committee on emigration and labor paid a warm tribute to Speaker George S Wilson as a friend of the la boring man IJuI14serving a life sentence in the peniten tiary at Frankfort for complicity in the killing of J B Marcum are cir culating a petition and gathering signatures of the people of Jackson and BreathLtt county with a view to securing a parole for Jett BuIren a retired head of the Baldwin Piano Co one of Louisvilles best known citizens died after an extend ed illness Mr Van Buren itorme ly lived in Cincinnati where he became a partner in the Baldwin firm and later took over the management of the Baldwin interests In this city Goyington Ky Although he had an arm torn from Its socket two legs broken and other injuries about his body Jacob Stegmann 22 Newport lived for four hours before death re lieved him of his agony Stegman was the engineer of the Boone Tobac co Co and was lacing a belt on the rfirSt floor when he wascaught Louisville KySlx men were pot tsoned and narrowly escaped death when a practical joker substituted 7melted axle grease and machine oil for butter on some popcorn eaten by employes of the llelwood distillery They are Henry Sachse Ed Sachse L B Shackleford John F Reppon and Conrad Owens Cbrbin Ky William McCullough and James Gain indulged in a street fight here and were arrested When being taken to the station house pain broke away from the omcers and shot McCullougk killing his instantly Lee Reid a friend of McCullough then whipped out his revolver and that Gain who died within an hour Reid escaped Covington Ky Phenomenal Kra s was made defendant in a 20000 dam circuliIplain tiff asserts that her husband Louis Cochran suffering pains about his left ear went to Kraus for examination and diagnosis of his ailment and thatI he performed an operation which wsnot proper Txmisvllle Ky Judgment was en tered In the circuit court orderinc the sale of the any of the Louisville ndJEvansville Picket Co Notable among the claims allowed against the company is that of the Howard ship yards of Jeffersonville wliich has as- S rted maritime liens of 17000 Paducah KyCharley Tyler a ne wgro is in the county jail charged with white women on a public road There is strong reeling agansi thegf VALUE OF D FINED STANDARDS IN tATTLE Definite Objects Must be Aimed at in the Breeding of Uv Stock to Ser re Profitable Results IIHolstein Bull 1Ins ary to have clearly defined standards efore the eyes of the mind A standard Is a mental picture of wl at the breeder desires Without such a stand objectof Importance The country is full of cattle breed ers no standard They buy and sell any kind of cows anc breed to any kind of a bull that hap ens to- eb handy They have done more to pull down standards than to bring them up They have had standards brought before them but have not adopted any If their children go on breeding as their fathers are b eeding they will not make any prog ess in a thousand years of effort The stanuard of the breeder of fancy cattle is not tile same las the standard of the breed of animals fore butcher Each must have a standard of his own The breeder of ani inJs tp be sold at a high price for Jbreedirig animals must have a stand lreadybeenearer his animals come to tim stand rd the higher will be the pric s they iil bring- All the animals that sell thigh prices at the great auction sa es are those that come close to the ideal standard of perfecUon established by the judges Most of the higt priced animals have taken prizes at ths great shows Some beef bulls hay been held at 10000 because In tho great competitive contests they wen first placeThe breeder of fancy stock must hhI The two heifers shown in the lustration represent the roan ind red types of Shorthorns says Orange Judd Farmer The colors are exceed ingly popular wIsh men who handle beef cattle These young mlmals are certainly splendid specir ens of the brncd being compaqt straight backed with wellformed le sand excellent development where t le high price cuts are located The were bought for the express purpose of pro AND SCALE Insect Also Called Cotton Aphis Doc Them J Sometimes we get plants f om the florist on which this pest ha estab lished itself and in this way other plants in the collection hoc me in fected Another name for the mealy bug is cotton aphis and tiiIis mtch the most appropriate namje for tie creatures resemble a of cotto more than anything else Indeed if one has never seen this enemy of plant life hb would not bo likely to suspect th t he bit cf down showing here and therelon the plants mostly in tho ax e or some other place In which lie can st whim self away snugly harbored a living organism But stir the cottony jmass up a little ind you will dIscovers in itlifeenough to dp a great deal of injury to your plants by Buclvinjg the sa from them If let plant s on be 2omcs covered with c3ttonv tu ts un der which the enemy lurks to do his 4eadly work Fight the mealy bug pest vith an emulsion prepared as follows rdibeforeshould make himself familiar 4with the great prize winnners in the cattle ring The standard may be faulty but if so he has hoi recourse but to follow it Every departure from the accepted standard will mean a lessened chance to sell his animals at high prices Most of our common farmers who are breedipg cattle are not raising animals to sell as breeders but animals which shall go to the butcher when fitted for it They do not care as much about the rules of the show ring as they card about the standards that are found inI the great stock yards in which animals are purchased for slaughter If they study the standards of those yards they will find that the buyers do not carte anything for markings or colors They do not care whether an animal is a grade or purebred so long as he has the right kind of meat on him and that meat placed to the best advantage More than once a grade steer In broughtI nhissideThe farmer who breedscattle out iii which to make meat needs to work as near to sdme one beef breed as possll ble The Higher his grades are the more they wijl be sought after by the cattle buyers and consequently the higher the price that will be paid for them A buyer of cattle who has tbathedegree to which they approach some of the established beef breeds for those are beef producers MPORTED SHORTHORN HEIFERS MEALYBUG PI4ntaby ducing purebred animals for the Shorthorn trade Other breeds maio have good points and be adapted to special conditions but no breed adapts itself to varying conditions better than the Shorthorn They thrive on the range and in the feed lot They are the best of beef producers and some strains are excellent milk ers They mature early attain largo size are good feeders and belong un questionably to one of the most pppu lar breeds of cattle in the world A good whIte soap melted ona pound kerosene one teacupful While Thsoap is hot pour in tho1 placeUseparts water Spray the plants affected very thoroughly taking great pains to get tha mixture into every nook and crevice where the mealy lug has seen fit to establish himself This emulsion can be kept indefinitely in closely corked bottles This sam emulsion is of great value in the treatment of scale which is often found on palms oleanders and other thickleave plants Use one part of tho soapabd kerosene mixture to six partsrate and wash the plants leaf II itn it rubbing them vel with a soC cjloth to dislodge the scale after the i pplicatiou has boon made Fancy Prlceb for Feathered Stock At the Boston poultry show high prices wer reported for fancy stock A pair of QrMvn crane sold for 300 a pair of Paradise crane sold for 250 ana a Cyru Crane sold for 325 Hill Crest farm sold a Barred Plymouth Rock cock rel for 125 Breeding turkeys were selling anywhere froa 50 to 75 piece two Buff Orpin tons have scld for 200 each and a yellow Jac bInI pigeon sold for 550 Five hundred dollars was given for a pen of White Vyandottes and a pair of Silver Gay rabbits was sold to 8 Rhode Island fancier for JIiG VOCABULARY LIMITED THEN Who wrote the dictionaryI1 dont know but I bet he couldnt gothomebody elser TINY BABYS PITIFUL CASE Our baby when two months old was suffering with terrible eczema from head to foot all over her body The baby looked just like a skinned rabbit We were unable to put clothes on her At first it seem d to be a taw mattered pimples They would br ak the skin and peel off leaving the Jun derneath skin red as though it wfere scalds Then a few more pimplese would appear and spread all body leaving the baby all raw without skin from head to foot On top of her head there appeared a heavy sc ba quarter of an inch thick It was iw ful to see so small a baby look as he did Imagine The doctor was afraid to put his hands to the child We tried several doctors remedies bu all failed Then we decided to try Cutlctlra By using the Cuticura Ointment Iwo softened the scab and it came off IJn der this where the real matter vfas by washing with the Cuticura Soap and applying the Cuticura Ointment a new skin soon appeared Ve dlso gave baby four drops of the Cuticjura Resolvent three times daily After three days you could see the baby gaining a little skin which would peel off and heal underneath Now ithe baby is four months old She is a fine picture of a fat little baby and alj is well We only used one cake of Cuti cura Soap two boxes of Cuticura ointment and one bottle of Cuticura Re solvent It people would know what Cuticura Is there would be few suffer ssImannHeights N Y Apr 30 and May 4 09 Technically Discussed So th re Is to be a divorce said the woman who discusses everybody It seem but a little while siricel he asked for her hand Yes replied the rude man He got the hand all right But it turjned out to be a misdeal Important to Mothers Examine carefully evjery bbttlej of CASTORIA a safe and sure rcmedjf for infants and children and see tha it Bears the Signature of 4In Use For Over 30 YearsI BourtILiterary Consistency That woman Is heve when bothering over thb unknowable Yes She used to adore Browning now she dotes on Henry Jamest Cleveland Plain Dealer If You Are a Trifle Sensitive About the elzc of your 1ics many pepplo wear smaller shoes by using Allens FdotEase sljocItfotbrealdngOhnlitedLcRoy When a man is at t Ome and the telephone bell rings hiwire makejs a dash for it to see if it ii some wonian who wants to talk to him Pettits Eye Salve 100 Years Old achosinflamed s All druggists or Howard BrosBuffalojJY When the worst comes to the worst one may as well try to make the pest of it 1 EJihAtWpTIUDYer1 LcanidobutBAnK No SLACKING ffl11JjappllZ1ciursbyDrDctchons Its never too late to mend untliIt Is too late tSALEInverybestWill prouuco anything location Idat p4 Kansas Takes ifl 1000 Overland Cars Our agents In Kansas have ordered for automobilesNebraskatakes 1600 Thus has too Overlandafter one yearss experience captured the tanning states NewYCOOWashingtonOur agents have contracted for 20000 Overlandstoyear Thats1 a larger sale than apy other car commands o heardfIs due to the creation of a remarkable CLr The Simple Car mainlydue minutesand backward to Reverse Push another nothinglseAny man with the simplest Instruc thousandmiles careforso Pnce feck wkaJ all Cases COLDS ETC Of all trouble no matter how they are exposed Abso i A t Cent Overlands success also production year a a for the Story book Ohio Licensed Patent- Plessesend 1000 25hp102 J The DISTEMPER PINKEYE INFLUENZA SPOHN THEM SpohnsLiquldCompouniL diseaseby Canlsafely JAR OF Reduction nearlyyearabout vcrlands tellshowthetopmost WillysOverland TaAV 1 Right Way ColtsStaUions RESINOt 4JAR O2worth weight In gold stops all itching ta tiqg siip IIIdiseases eczema erysipelas ringworm chapping burns tpositive cure for itching and plies RESINOL ChEMICAL COMPANY BALTIMORE MD Reslnol Ointment Resin l ToJIet Soap Resinol Medicated 4I Shaving Stick sold at Drug Stores L oa125000 net from 1200 acres grapes 15000 from2acres peaches 3200 from 20 acres raisins in the San JoaquinValley California and acre of alfalfa will earn 120 a in San Joaquin Valley Grapes will from to 300 acre and apricots 150 500 oranges will produce from 250 500 and in instances more thanSi acre There million arable and irrigable You still bay unimproved land for 50 an acre Ten acres are enough comfortably support a family l Twenty acres afford a fine living in the bank Forty acres should make you oneIthirdSan Joaquin country ranges and figs and apples delicate grapes thetemperateside by side drawnfromeasy for make a start Larid between rows be used white profitablecropsquare foot bear omcthlpK What some farmers have doaet Calbought TodayIncome of over 2000 a year FresnoCalago Now owns sixty acres and refuses 12000 forplace M F Tarpcy of Fresno owns winO yard of 1200 acres from which he 1125000On two acres of poachos yielded a 15000 crop San Diego California wonderfulbarber terminus8antbnow bulldlnc Population doubled past four years Bank clearing post ofllce receipts and realty values Increased proportion 5 DownrCiiy Lots S5 Mo University Heights a splendid residence section Electric canines city conveniences prices to JOO terms 500 each lot no Inter est Send 500 deposit securing best property subject to your approval money baek anywhereWriteAddress COMPANYSANDIEGO R li DalJWUtttoUnior Per The is dUe te crease in yearIsIt is H car with speed of 60 miles an hour before for the money tuUlampAsk The Overland story ono of the great today for this C6ICo Toledo under on mo the bdok In of f 4 Its It or xflamed 4 are 4 + A cow an year the yield Sico pdr peaches to while many 000 an arc ten acres here may to small with money rich wheat ish one to the can or years all paid for his In In greater In unsold 20 25 P is l 8cW to Carson Reed Reedley Cat 1romatwentyacre crop of Sultana raisins netted 3200 I know this valley from end tv end I have seen crops plan ted and harvest 1hnVelntervtewedchants I have collated the testimony of crop experts ootatndn v YWrltedress I will also send yjou our thirst- gration journal Th EO months ixee rtrsix The Santa Fe enipliy me ttobclp settle up Its Southwest llrics The Company has no land to sell but I win gladly refer your Inquiry to reliable land owners who haveJ SantaFemaybeable cost Santa Fe tourist service to San Francisco is quickest C L SEAGRAVES Ceaertl Ceiiatin reM ATSFRy4Sytem IloRailway Exchange Cfelc go BL Your Lives T Your Life A dead liver means awful sick ness dont let itI jcpme when it can be prevented r Casctreta keep the liver lively and bowels regular and ward off serious fatal illness 90- 4CASCARBTStoc boWeks treat steaL AU druggists itMUerI- n the world Million txbxes a atMib If l Thciipms Eye Wr W N U CINCINNATI NO 121111 DYEtSColorYou can dye any garment without ripping apart Wflte lorfree boQdetHowto Bleach and Mix Color MONROE i DfItftDOrt a Ir Th I t rvjTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 23 Ttgio lI j tW + + iSWEIGREENE I j BarberShop I have purchased of Mr Raymond Nally his Barker Shop next to the Walton hotel and will conduct business at the same stand I am always readytQ theI1Tpatronage my customers and ask that you give me a share of I am agent tor the Home Laundry of Louisville and have ait 4barberA fWtfv f And Pressing Bjlfln me All wprk guaranteed v r I Ht t+ ti tt i Mari9i County r Lebanon Entepnse VMrs Martha Grammar died at the vk me of Mr Clarence Tharp in this- titj7 Thursday morning of the infirmities f age The deceased was in her nine ilyftrst year and was conscious to the 2st breath of her life She was a na live of Tennessee coming to this coun ttr froni Taylor county about fifteen years agoSMr Edward Matlingly who lived abouttwo and a half miles north of St Mary died athis home Sunday morn- zing aftera long illness Funeral ser wlces were conducted Mdnday afternoon satsSt Charles by Rev J J Pike after which the remains were interred in St Charles ceniet ryYS The house occupied by Zach Harmon on the farm of Ed 0 Bryan three and aha1f miles from town on the St Rose ttaraptke was totally destroyed by fire on Sunday afternoon the 13th instant Hr and Mrs Harmon had been spend 3ff the afternoon away trom home and xaipon returning arrived just in time to 2seethe house enveloped in flames Prac tically all of the contents were burned T here was no insurance carried upon stitlier the house or the contents It is mo known how the fire started lira Mary Mussen wife of Captain Y L Mussen died atthe home of her amsband at Perryville 5aiiday morning aftec a brief illness of pneumonia lfW era services were conducted at erryille and the remains were inter jreVnT Ryder cemetery Deceased was 451years old and was twice married Jt Saved His leg Ml thought Id lose my leg writes JT A Swensen of Watertown Wisr Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors ifcould not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well Infallible for skin er options Eczema Salt Rheum Boils t ever sores Burns Scalds Cuts and t1iles25c at Haydon Robertson V MclNTJRE Mts Klmer Smith and little sonM T Tjyin QfLor ito visited her father Mr 3 C JSnsor ot this place last week Mr Ifrank Keene spent a few days ai his son Mr Tyman Kee e of jnearBardstown last week fiT E Ballard and children visited JlCr Ballards mother at Holy Cross son Sunday last lr Lenora Mclntire was at Loretto CIS week on business Mr Parker and Walter Badgett spent saturday and Sunday at Cethsemane Misg Susie Wheatly has returned from iJSelsoa county where she has been vis litlng relatives nBEissSjTora piles who has been spn Ing a few weeks with her grandmother ill yalley Hill has returned home Miss Marie Mudd is the pleasant guest HlyCrossMiss Lossie Fields has returned frm- a pleasant visit to her uncle Mr Rob ert Hill of near Lebanon Mrs Ralph Hickerson accompanlej by Mrs Will Leachman and Miss Pearl Edelen were recent guests of relati es here Mr Robert Nally of Marion coun y was in our midst Sunday visiting w th old friends Parker Bladgett sold to Jeff OD n met one combined horse for 170 Mrs Dick Keene and children ht ve returned home after spending a f 5w days with relatives at Forest View Mrs Frank Montgomery was he guest of her parents Mr and Mrs T Blanford on Sunday last Stiff Neck Stiff neck is caused by rheumatism oy the muscles of the neck It is usu llf confined to one sftle or to the bask on edquiteby applying Chamberlains Liniment Not one case of rheumatism in ten ie quires internal treatment When th re is no fever and no swelling as in m cular and chronic rheumatism Csan berlains Liriimeutwill accomplish me re than any internal treatment For sale by Leo IfavdonDrug Co- BOOKJR I Mrs Cathie Settle and son Harry spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs Josie Birlow hMrs Emma Riley was the guest of Mrs Stella Pile Friday last Mr J PGoatly and family and r BiShInearborhood recently Mr Will Cull bougit of5Kirsch one horse for 140 Joe Goatly bought of Charles Butler a 4 year old horse at 150 Mr Everett Croak sold to Mike Fitz gerald a nice bunch of hogs at 10 cent o Ed Pile bought a nice pair of mUl s from Mr Addison Milton of Bloon fieldiMr Otis Settle disposed of his cr p of tobacco for a good price Mrs Nancy Pile entertained the f lowing one day last week Mrs Ekie Smith and daughter Miss Maggie Mi s Joe Goatly and children and Mrs Cat i ie Settle- Mrs Ada Moore was the guest of Mrs Ham Pile last week Mrs W Mi Maim weare glad o say is reported some better Mrs Leila Godby spent Tuesday wi h Mrs Mary GoatlySMr J P Goatly and family Wee guests of Mr and Mrs Luke Barlow last night and Sunday Mr Ham Pile and family were gues a of Mr J M Montgomery last Sunday Sweeney Bros havet mqved the ir sawmill to Mrs Josie w begin sawing in a short time Mrs Smith and daughter Magi SsSSiSiSsSSiSSISSiS WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL Henry WatUrsdn Editor a national Newspaper Democratic inIs rS politics It prints alt the news without fear or fav9rThe rtgular price is 100 a year but you lean get the WEEKLY i05 COURIER JOURNAL and ThESUN til j f j J l I BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY itt 1 9160 fyt j tSit 1l J vjft jJJ Daily Courter Journal one year g 6iOO Sunday Courier Journal one year v f 2 JW ZIjWe can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paperI s SStS41 lISS visited in Bardstbwn one day las week M and Mrs L Kirsch Mrs Ada Moore and daughter Mary werei guests of Mrs Ham Pile Tuesday Mrs Maud Wall spent Monday even ing with Mrs Mary Goatly Miss Eliza Colter visited her sister Mrs Erastus Cotym Monday Mrs Josie Settle entertained quite a number of friends andrelttives at din ner Thursday ANTKCH Mrs Edward Mitchell of Wardsville and Mrs W F Sweasey of Antioch spent Saturday at Tathan Springs L A Snider and W S Bryant spent Sun ay at Smith Trents at Sinai L E Sweasy and wife spent Satyr day at Tatham Jud on Case of Cora spent Sunday with W S Bryan at Fairview Miss Fronnie Dennis is sundering with chickenpock this week 1IJPtoMitchell were quietly married at lath am Saturday by Rev H P Hatchei Mr obmson and sonIf JMrsome time is nobetter Mrs A Snider has been quite ill but is improvingMr Mitchell wasat Lawrence burg Thursday ort business Mr John Howe of I Iackville is vis iting friends at Fairview this week QuestionHow came John the tore runner of Christ to be called John the Baptist Will someone answer Mr Dick Crook of Lawrenceburg was in our village Saturday I P Johnson and wife are visiting his mother at Johnsonville Saturday and Sunday Mr George Kays and wife visited their Sister at Willisburg Sunday MriW F has built a hne duellingMr Willisburg has been with his sister and friends at Fair view this week 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sciencdhas been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the dnly positiye cure now known to the medical fraternjty Catarrh being a requires a con atitutioiial treatment Hairs Cattarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly ucon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system therebv destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitotion and assisting nature doing its work The prppriters much faith in its curative powers that they caseI0 Sold by all Druggists 75qTake Halls Family Pillfe for SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN We earnestly r the patrons of this column to notify us you sell your stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this head al perSons wnrt are subscribers to The Sun may insert free Of charge advertisements of wIiat corn oatn And other farm products stock otc for sale or wanted Land for sale or for rent not included but in serted In another dop rtmnt of the at verv low rates for eah POSITIVELY noth Lug but the above mentioned will be run free W M Young city has for sale good white seed corn Mrs R EL Ros Rt 1 has for sale Single Comb White Leghorn eggs 75c for 15 Mrs J I Martin Rt 3 has for sale- S C R L Red eggs From pen 2for 15 from yard 5c Grundy Home EJt 21 has sale two extra nice Light Hr ah am cockerel also eggs from choice tot per setting of 15 tock- Mrs Kent Blandford Rt 5has for sale Indian Rurer Duck eggs 12 for 75 cents Mrs Kate Litsey Rt 3has for sell S C B Leghons and S C B Orph ington eggs for sal 100 for 15 Turner Dur ger111R t 3 has for sale 1 extra good 4 milk cow with young calf also 2 good work horses Loyd Haydon for sale Pure Bred Pekin Jrhas 1 for setting fo 15 Mrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has for sale Rhode Island eggs From pen 1 and yard 50 cents forgetting of fifteen King Comstock lt 1 has for sale a good econd hand buggy Turner Derringer Rt 3 has for sale a lot of extra good baled straw Mr C L Brad Rt 3 has for salo Pure trjd Plymouth Rockt jgs 75 for setting of 15j Mrs RtB Cregcjr Rt 3 Lebanon has for sale S CJRhode Island Red Cockerels from winners Toledo Poultry Show DeGraffe strain at 80c each Eggs from pen 75c for 15 C L Brady Rt 3 has for sale Tim othy hay and Orcjhard Grass stubble hay and Orchard Gtaso Seed J B Peyton RtJ4 has for sale a lot of good corn White Dant and Yellow T A Grundy Rt 1 has for sale from 150 to cedar pqsts Will sell reas onable a B Wilson Rt 3 has for sale about 2000 hickory isplit tobacco sticks Mrs Jno S McElroy Springfield has for sale pur bred Mino ca cock erels at 100 T J Grtves pringfleld has for sale about 200 Kentucky River Water Maple shade trees 15cc and 20c each n I VomansWodd MRS TAFTS UNDERSTUDY Mrs Louis More Who Represents the Presidents Wife at State Functions Since the Illness of Mrs Taft her sister Mrs Louis More has been her COII stant companion sIt Is still linpera the that the presidents wife should be spared all unnecessary fatigue Mrs More will represent the first lady of the land at diplomatic dinners anti at most of the large social functions of the gay Washington as on which begun officially with public reception on New Years day On this occasion Mrs Taft iookihg slJklandfriends en route returning Jn minutes to her own twentyI stairs in the executive mansion More is among the youngest of the six attractive daughters ot Judge Kerron of Cincinnati She wus born in the old home where her father still resides and she was carefully educated as were all her sisters She is among the most bookish of her sisters and all are of a studious trend Having married a university man has strengthened this tendency so thai Mrs More is more at home in the domain of the higher branches than mostwomen who are not out and out bluestock lags SII IS gracio sand chatty Inor dinary intercourse and tal esn great Interest In people and in following the course of public events But she is more literary and domestic In her in clinations and cannot claim to a thor 1OPY HTI91fJIfIfHRIS WIN j MRS LOUIS MORE ough knowledge of politics which MrsTattIcan game that the present ml tress of the White Houre possesses though the men of the Buckeye State claim that every loyal daughter of the state studies politics as she does her Bible Mrs More claims to be a devoted daughter ot Ohio but she has taken a kejjtfer interest In the world Hf sci ence and letters and except where the political situation affected the members of her family she has discarded this study Professor More holds the chair of physics in the University of Cincinnati and naturally bs wife has followed his fortunes and has become an enthusiast of natural sciences and incidentally a great lover of nature With her little boy John More a sturdy youngsters of five she can be seen walking in the parks and public gardens frankly wrapped in admiration of Washington beautiful Frenchwomen at Trunk- The Frenchwoman packs In one putsIdress skirt which Is always placed In th bottom of the trunk Ateaeh end are strips of tape securely tacked along j the cage and to this tape the skirt is pinned with long hatpins both at the belt and hem which prevents it from slipping to one end Drawers are neatly rolled from the band to the hem and the ruffles are folded bnctt nicking pads to insert in the fronts of soft lingerie dresses that are liable to be crushed Stockings are rolled from tip to top and used instead of tissue paper In stuffing sleeves Nightgowns chemises and starched are ticles arc folded flat and square as they Hue from the laundry They take up little space- Handkerchiefs belts pins and small articles are placed In labeled boxes A ilnp lint placed in a box is held with stout hatpins driven through the crown lot the hat Into the box and plumes are protected with tissue pap r Womens Clubs Will Advance Civics- The committee on civics in the General Federation of Womens Clubs has an enthusiastic chrirmaii and eceives most loyal support from club members and commendation from the American Civic federation says Mrs Philip Moore in tile Delineator Suggestive lines ot work are Abate ment of the smoke nuisance of useless noises pernicious and disfig uring billboards encouragement of legitimate and artistic advertising care of vacant lots street cleaning home gardening and beautifying school grounds and railway stations establishment of parks and play grounds city rest rooms for the rural community and junior civic leagues that the chudren may early learn to tnke their share of interest in every day problems of public concern Headache If it does you should fey Dr Miles AntiPain sWhy not do so Phey will relieve the aiuin just a few min jutes Ask your druggist There are 45000 druggists in the U S any of them A package of 25 poses costs 25 cents One jtablet usually stops a headache They relieve pain without leaving any disagreeable aftereffects risnt that i what you want My son Frank Snyder has used Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for A longtime He never had anything to help him so much for headache A year ago he came home and I was down sick with such a dreadful nerv jous headache He gave me one of the AntiPain Pills and after while I took another and was entirely re lieved I always keep them In the house now and gave many away te other suffering with headache MRS LOUISE LEWELLYN Powell South Dakota Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to onlyIfMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Bloody Duet One of the bloodiest duels ever fought in this section of the State occurred near Bourne t ree miles beyond Uryj antsville in Garrard county late Thurs day afternoon between Luther Ray and Creedmore Turner The men lived on adjoining farms and ah old grudge had existed between them for several years Recently they are alledged to have had trouble over a boundary line They met for the first time Thursday afternoon Turner in company with his Son Gilbert Turner and his cousin Frank Turner was passing along the load while Ray was standing just ipside the fence on his farm Both Turner and Ray were arm ed with double barreled shot guns and revolvers They first emptied their shot guns at each other and then resort ed to theirrevolvers and after empty ing them reloaded and began another volley Both were wounded before their guns were emptied of the first loads but showing the most remarkable nerve reloaded and continued firing Turner fell dead in his tracks and Ray received five charge one in his head another his side and still another charge lodged in his shoulder Two flesh wounde were also inflicted The bullet which enter ed hishead was removed last night by Drs Elliott and Kinnaird It had lodg ed just outside the brain Fay is conscious but the chances are against his recovery He statesit is alleged that Frank Turner did not fire any shots and it is not generally believed that any shots were fired by Gilbert Turner Neither ot the boys were arrested Old citizens in the community say that never in the history of this section of the State has there been fought a duel where such fearlessness and nerve were shown Danville Advocate The Sun and CourierJournal 111 The Springfield Sun ILOO per year Liver Trouble Remedy Free Any intelligent person can be his own doctor in the ordinary case of livdr trouble for the symptoms can not be mistaken If the white of thee e becomes yellowish if the skin becomes sallow if pimples and blotches appear if the bowels do not move if ypij have sick headache if you are yourliverThe quickest and surest remedy yet anyofcompoundThlltive but a tonic as well It will start the How of gastric juice thereby soon enabling the liver to do Its work natur ally A bottle of this great liver remedy can be bought of any druggist for 50 cents or 1 and In many cases a single bottle has cured a chronic case For example John 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