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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fz 6 mbt rinfl1b- I iji lij l DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYi 1L fo f fr- fk Ik i J rVOLME YI SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 30 1910 NUMIER 17 0J GOOD WOMAN PASSES AWAY Mrs Lydia Ann Litsey Passes Away After a Short Illness of Bronchial Pueumonia Just as we go to press we receive the sad news of the death of Mrs Ann Lltse v who died this Wednesdayf morning March 29 1910V at i000a m at her home hear town in the sixty eighth year of her age Bronchial pneumonia was the imme Hate cause of her death from which she had suffered only a few days al though Mrs Litsey had been in declin ing health for some time it will be remembered that a few months ago MrsLitsey fell from a door and frac turedher hip From this injury she never fully recovered and has been con fined to her home since Mrs LUsev was a good Christian wd man a loving and devoted wife and a kindand consiaerateneihbor The fu neral serviceswillbe held at Bethle hem tomorrow Thursday by Rev R EC Lawson Interment in the Beth lehem cemetery Mrs Litsey is surviyed by her hus bandj Mr Horace SLitsev rand the following children Mrs Nannie Hund ley of Marion county Mrs Margaret Brewer and Misses Elizabeth and Jennie itsey of this county Messrs John and Jim of Chicago Lee or Robert and Wilt ot Texas and Frank who onakes his home with his parents i Tried to Wreck Train Owen Duncan claimiugtbVbe ari ariif- archisV placed obstructions on the Lou isvillt Southern track near Lawrence burgTuesday morning in an attempttc wreck the passenger train He was seen by the track walker Thomas Thurman and was arrested and landed- n jail at Lawrenceburg Duncan stated that he was a socialist and had been for twelve years that when a corporation or company interfered with his rights as a free citizen he believed in gettin even at any cost no mat ter who or how many had to suffer He says he placed the obstruction on the railroad track for te purpose of wreck ing the tram to get oackat the rail toWilllWhenand appears to bea man in full pos sessibn of his senses Harrodsburg Herald Attappv Meeting When two oldsoldiersj who had arl yiedtheir muskets side by side for their countrys defense for nearly four years and who had been friends and companions at arms during those trying days r meet suddenly after nearly forty five j year of separation few there are who having decided 21000 sale highest 1 Chester Dare harness and farm mare in foal 1 Stallion sired by Kayview 1 4vearold harness mare lady broke 1 harness and horse 1 3yearold saddle mare 1 first class work horse 1 P ny 10yearold driving mare nice short yearling black steers 2 nice yearling heifers reg Poll cow and bull calf thoroughbred Bull can measure the joy 1an occasio b affords Such a meeting was that b4 tween L M Harnelof Louisville e an i M4flamelwasLum Alell and the two old soldiers met and rec gnizedeachotherat once nei ther knowing until they came face t face that the other was alive Th j irfeetiiig wa a happy one indeed Du ring the dinner hour Mr Hamel was farther agreeably surprised to be told that Mrs Abel was the daughter o Mrs Lizzie B vill of whose hoir h was a member long years ago Mr Hamel is a lover of fine poultn and had come out tose Mr Abell flockof Buff Orpingtons The visit nc doubt was One of the happiest days oi his life Lebanon Enterprise ARBOR DAY APRIL 8th Governor Alison Writes Proclamation Urging Tie People Of Kentucky To Plant Trees Governor jWillson has issuedja proc lamation naming Friday Apr as Arbor Day The proclamation follows To thePeople of Kentucky It takes a long long time during the lives of seyleral people fen a tree to grow great It takes only a little time to kill it We hae wasted hundreds of millions of trees that it took more than one hundred years to grow We are using millions of trees every year nrw and putting nothing in their place weIthing else but trees and we cover them all with trees We have bare places along the roads and in the streets and in the yards and on the farms everyjwTiere that wril not be used for buildings or crops or anything ehe ouldlmakeor us Le us aUget together and all plant trees and all ask everybody else toplant tiees and let us have a soecial meeting on th i 8th day of April 1910 in every schoo house and other good places for talk over how to have more- treecrhOW to make every place more howto plant the Waste places that will bring wealth by and save something for the peti pie fifty years from now who wont have any wood if we do not do somt ourItrees that will answer our own prayers Let us plant trees for ourselves and for all whom we love Let us plant trees for the future and for this year and next year and every year Let us plant trees for profit for gladness for houses and furniture for everything we use woo tor for our own sake for our childrens sake for bur grandchil drens sake and for humanitys sake AUGUSTUS E WILLSOJ Governor of Kentucky March 10 1910 PUBLICSALEHavingH ville and Mitchellsburg pike and to quit farming I will on Saturday April 1B1O9 At Oclock a mI4 Offer for to the bidder the following personal Propc t1r Live StocK and Implements 5yearold 37earold 4 yearold work 9yearold 5 1 Angus Polled Angus 8 could 2 firstclass milk coWs 1 Jersevcow fresh in April Nine 75 pound shoats 2 fiistclass brood sows pig in May Ore bunch of Sheep 1 Deermg Binder good as new 1 new 12 disc Osborne harrow 1 good Deering mower Brown riding Cultivator 1 2horse Kentucky wheat drill 1 2 horse Wagon 100 barrels of Corn Breaking plows double shovels and things too numerous to men lOnI Household and KitcHen Furnityre Consisting of one good Range Stove Tables Chairs Bedsteads etc TERMS MADE KNOWN OF DAY OF SALE o f IV W HATCHETT j ill f NEW BISHOP ENTHRONED O The Rt Rev Denis ODonoghuela Installed as Bishop of the Diocese of Louisvillei Tuesdyv The following article was culled from Tuesdays Louisville Times One more name his been added to the noble and inspiling list4 of those whom IvenerableBrother the Rt Rev Lenis ODonaghue who today at the Cathedral of the As sumption assumed the mit r and crozier and began thje duties of his office as the head and Shepherd ot the Diocese TInbishops miteredablots trie members of various orders the clergy of the diocese and hundreds of the devout mem bus of the church Bishop ODonaghuer was enthroned received fealty as each priest knelt before him gave his first blessing to the assembled people and ecclesiastics celebrated pontIfical mass and standing beneathk the deathless flame of the lamp holding in his band the crooked Z staff and clothed in the magnificent vestments of gold wearing the pectoral rossandj the episcopal ring symbol of IllS marrlrto the and of ever his first pastoral dSl irefs to his flock and thanked the nany church dignitaries who came to cereoniesICathedral just as the last chime of the Angelus rang out Through a coinci ence the Angelus was ringing yes t erday evening just as the new bishop tepped from the t ain to Kentucky fiThem cf the Rt Rev Denis ODonaghue DrI Bishop of Louisville began at930 clock but an hour earlier the officials scorfs of clergy and layman repaired to dDonaghuewith simple but impressive ceremony prmed the cortege to escort the newtr relate to the Cathedral recort ttie robing of the bishop for the en ironization took place and the pro cession of ecclesiastics preced ig the new bishop to the Cathedral For hours before the portkls of the athedral ere open the steps were c owded and the pavement in front was t ronged No seats were reserved and s nce but some 1800 of the 110000 Cathohceot the diocese could obtain en t ance to the Cathecral the reason fort e surging crowdwas easily under s ood To School of Reform jSheriff was in Lex ir gton Friday to cohye 0 C Hazard tc the School of Reform Young Haz a d is a 14 year old negro boy who has b en permitted by his parents to run wildtnd who had become so unrulv that- a order was entered in the County CLltconfining him in the School ofI R form until he reaches the age r18J ye ars Sheriff Burton tied one end oS a rope aronnd the nt rorbody to preI vi nt his scapeMarionFsleona i Experts Opinion II Of Jin Diseases A pron inent national 0xpert on skin diseases whose name you are familiar w th sa s that in all his scientific ex pdrienceiW has never oUnl so hard a di seose to conquer as Eczema Yet he d csn4t hesitate to recommend ZEMO at a most successful rqmedy for the treatment of Eczema tching skin dis otsesi dandruff pimples blackheads ard all other diseases the skin am JOf sCfllpHe sass that n only do its curative qualities make itj popular but also the fact that it is a clean liquid reme dy for external use A great improve ment over the old sty greasy salves and lotions which are tot only unpleas antto use but do not destroy the germ lifi that causes theOisease Zemo draw a destroysrin cear thy Can be used fieely on iijfants Mr Leo Haydon willgladly supply those who call with a free sample bottle of ZEMO and a booklet which explains in simple language all about bkin diseases cure yourself at home with ZeknoI l t Ester in the Churches Ihe usual Easter observances were arre jh out in all the local churches wingto exceptional fine weathej the attendance was large at buth morning evening services The choral ac compa9l nent were generally of a very inspiring character much of the sing deIvOthis great church festival and Peace on earth good will tO man was again proclaimed throughout the Christian world At St Kose the usual elaborate observances were in evidence The services were remarkably well attend ed and the choral renderings were very fine fatal Accident Mr J M Harmon who lives on theISpringfield and Perry villeshorthne pike met with an accident last week which in his death Mr Harmon was engaged in hauling logs and in some manner while going down hill his wagon tilted throwing him to the ground ne of the heavy logs on the wagon- olledfoff and before Mr Harmon could get out its way rolled onto hIm hiS1deatMrf Harmon was one of the best nown and most highly respected citi eus in his neighborhood andhe will oe greatly missed by the county at large The funeral services were held Sunday and the remains were laid to rest inlerryville cemetery His wile anti one survive him vDeathMr J J Shewmaker aged ninety one years died March 26 1910 at the home of his son Mr Richard Shewma ker at Botland near Bardstown HisJ death was due to the infirmities of oJ ageIMr Shewmaker spent the most of ii- s1ch VXaahington codnty having for erly lived at Mackyille where he had ed for many years until he movtd to Botland to makehis home with his on Mr Shewmaker was a well known and highly respected citizen and his atJMackin the Mackville Cjmeteryi Wills Probated The following wills Were probated last MondavIThe will of J R McMiillin was pic 411Cjtoflriemy was and ordered to be recorded Susan F Noel qualified as executrix The will of Joseph Johnson was probated and ordered to be recordtd The will of Jojhn turns was probated and ordered to be recorded John 0 Polin qualified as executor Quite a Sapling Mr Sherman C Martin of near town left at this office Tuesdiiy an apple tree growth which is feet in length the result of ono years growing from the The shoot shows its growth ytiry plainly it is not more than half an ihcn n diameter and has only two small twigs at the butt This is a freak tha is not very often seen as the rowthfoC this varietyis usually very slow Switcher Mitchell fh Mr Geo Mitchell and Miss A4 Switcher of Wijlisburg were ql1tetlr married last Thursday March 24th a tne home of Kev W A Wolbe Rev IWo Ire officiating Mr and Mrs Mite hell are ot very prominent familes ol the Willisburi neighborhood Mr Mit chell is a prominent young farmer 1Go Cough Medicin fo Children The senson for coughs and colds is now at hand iintl too mush care cannot be Used to protect the children A child is much more likely to contract diuhth eria or scarlet fever when he has a cold The quicker you cure his cold the less the risk Chamberiams Cough Remedy is the sole reliance of many mothers and few of those who have tried it are will to use any other Mrs F F Starcher of Ripley W Va says I have never used any tning other than Chmberlains Cough Remedy for my children and it has always given goou satisfaction This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic and may be given as confidentlv to a child us to an dult For sale by Leo Haydon Drug Co r I I GENEROUS V UNCLE SAM Issues Cook Book That COvers Many Subjects Write For One of Them Uncle Sani is about to issue a cpok book and the cookbook may be had for the asking from the Department of t Agriculture In its investigation into the high cost of food it has discovered quite generally that the cheaper cuts of meat are more difficult to cookprop erly thanare the high priced steaks and cuts and that this difficulty is dueto a lack of knowledge by the housewife or the cook of now to make the m tap petizing and palatable Therefore Secretary Wilson determined sometime ago to provide the housekeepers of this country with practical knowledge of- howto cook mat and his department has now issued a cook book which will tel how to cook meat economically and palatably The Hook is known ar EconomicUse Meats in the Home and a copy wi be sent to anyone who writes Xor it to the secretary of Agri varietyIsavoy general mation such as General methods of preparing meats utilizing cheaper cuts qt thats in palatable dishes a simple but practical method of clarifying fats methods of extending the flavcjr of meats The recipes have been selected from a wide range collected from approved sources and are all simple for mulas calling for such itemsof food as are generally to be found in every household and requiring no techmcal knowledge to compound Stock License Due The law reguating the standing of stock stallons jacks and bulls vvhtre a service fee is charged is that theIi cease thereior mut be procured before the service is rencJ6red Many stockmen have ben and still aK of teoPlDion that they can cret their license at any time during the yearSupon detnagd by paying the coun ty clerk the tees required by law When the fees are1 paid the clerk is sues th license dated the Jay fees are paid lit does not nor can he date them back jNow is the time to get your license before service is perf armed by so do ing you will have complied witn the law andhave a flea upon the offspring for service fee the Lash of a friend would have been about as welcome to- tCooperM Dsvyego N Y s a mrc- hess1ung racking cough that defied all remedies lor years It was most troublmmeatnight he writes nothing helped me till I used Dr Kings Npy Discovery which cured me com pletelyT I never cought at night now Millions know its matchless merit for Stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore lungs Iftgrippe asthma hemorrage verllItsat sf A convinces flOe 01 uarIanteed eaeneaeaeaaeaeOe eOe The Medicine 5r You Ask For O Is what you get at this drug store We presume you know you want and would not presume to offer you a Substitute At the same time 2 we are always ready to help with O our advice if you ask it Often we O know of a better preparation fprjthejj 9owTHE 5 THE PRESCRIPTION STORE a iooeIooa4ia4i do a VALLEY HILL Mrs Thos Virgin and daughtety Mrs H T Virgin of Maud Visited MrsJ E Goatley Thursday Mr W H Yancey visited relatives at Hardesty Sunday h IMisses Martha andIda Gray of near IPOIIn were guests of Mr andMrEr- nest Goatley Thursday ii W T Snider and family visited T cil tives near Hardesty Sunday i Mrs Rufus Goodlett of 1inl sited ielatives at this place Thursday ji t Mr and Mrs Ed Kelly visited rela tives at Cedar View Sunday vs c Mrs J E Goatley entertained several of her lady friends ThursdayatW quilting All who were present report a IMrof Science Hall visited relatives att thia place Sunday f Mr and Mrs Jerome Woiine4of near Willis burg were guests 6f IMr and Mrs William Derringer Sahirday an IMrVi of near here Visited relatives at Pleasant Grove Saturday and Sunday Jas Lair of Louisville is the guest this week of relatives here Mrs W T Moran is onthe sick fliat tnis week Dr lopper of Litseyrvi8 her attending physician and reportslner condition as somewhat improved awthia writing W T Beam is preparing erectMa large tobacco barn this season having a portion of the lumber on the site Iarefurnishingthe Several uearlybird farmers not Uno have planted corn in thissctiOn1- and let us add by way ot parenthesis if the cut worms continue to show tip as they have begun early corn will fall to their insatiate appetites It Saved His legI L e fAll thought Id lose mylegwit 8 J 3MJsTenrsr could not cure had at last laid mefup Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and wellU Infallible forsKin eruptiQps Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever soreS Burns Scalds Cuts andL Piles 25c at Haydon Robertson LOCUST GROVE 4 MrsEdBirch has returned frpraa weeks visit with the family of her father Mr Charles Blantpiirat Boston Mrs Sallie Gregory and charming daughter Della spent Monday evening Aiith Mrs Bettie Leachman Mrs Mary Carter and children if Lexington are spendingseveral weeks with her father Mr J S Yankfeyyv Mrs Wood Isham visited relative at Mackville Monday Mesdames Kate Litsey and Julia Leachman spent Wednesday afternoon tswith Mrs Hugh Leachmah V K Mr Will Jones and sister Annie were in Springfield u s shopping Mr Ora Merritt dnd children liaye returned home after a pleasant vipt 1ithrelatiVes at Louisville and Wirir chestet j N Mrs Katie Hopper was the guetj6f her sister Mrs Nell Thomosdn rdnesdav r Mr and Mrs Arthur Whitman are 6rothiriEarle i E1ofo Jewelry JIj JOCROSSESLORGNETTS JQ And all kinds of Fancy Jewelry rVa A COMPLETE LINE lS AT RIGHT PRICES S Come to see my line before buying Ed M Russell S JEWELER AND OPTICIAN if JS OOOOaoOOOOOD tf t t I I I r 1 J I 111 t tL The Springfield Sun H LSMfHEdlt r and Publisher SPRINGJIELD KENTUCKY There Is none so grave as to defend the overlong hatpin Fashion note Paraffin coats are all the rage among Imported eggs We are waiting for Halleyfl to show UI the spring styles In comets anEven If you cannot skate remember that the swimming will be good next July Millionaires now wave aside the pate de lois gras and call for pork chops But the man who uses dynamite can not say that he didnt think it was loaded American frozen beef sells cheaper In London than In New York Can anybody guess why j Mr Halleys comet should have Its hair marcelled before it comps into full view of the spectators Maybe the hog Is merely trying to live up to what the retail price of pprk has been for a considerable time ExSultan Abdul Hamld Is thought to be crazy because he will not eat The high cost of living may have af fected him We hid l rag suspected that the hens were laying different colored eggs Most of those we buy have seemed to be an Invisible gray If your sausage shows careless prep aration se It down to overwork of the packers who have to look after BO many investigations If science insists that every razor has a Raw edge we shall concede the- P9lnt adding a little empirical test lony on our own account More ice than ever this summer but it is so thick and heavy that the fcxpense of delivery will be so great that of course the price must stay up A lawyer wants 35000 for advising a client toj marry a man who lived only a week Think what the lawyer would Tiave charged had the husband lived a year A Harvard professor asserts that a man can live on 20 cents a day He is not far wrong but the states the proposition awkwardly A man can live a day on 20 cents French aviators are Inclined to re proach the Wright i brothers for protecting their patents by court pro ceedings in view of the cordial way In which the Frenchmen appropriated them Because so many people have topped eating meat in Cleveland the price of pork on the hoof jumped to 1010 hundred pounds However the Incredsed price should not worry the abstainers A London scientist says all children are torn with criminal tendencies The most common of these criminal tendencies is of course the well known desire of the infant to surrep titiously suck its thumb One resident of New York when seeking American citizenship after years of residence In this country as serted that Its national flag was green Some patriot should go to New York and take along the national colorS There is a young American woman In Paris who can sing soprano like Patti and tenor In a way to make Caruso jealous And in Kansas City an acrobat turned a complete double back somersault from the ground No wonder Halleys comet is edging up within seeing and hearing distance Uncle Sams big guns such as are used on his battleships show that they are capable of sending shells 4through twenty feet or more of reinforced concrete as now employed in the construction of coast fortifications But the question that really concerns the country most is whether the guns of any other navy can do the trick Morocco has rare capacity for stirring up the European nations not withstanding the agreements which were supposed to have sidetracked the former troubles The war In that country in which Spain has been en gaged with some embarrassing re sults was an illustration of the unhappy conditions in Morocco Now the Sultan has given offense to France and his attitude toward the powers is reported as likely to foreshadow grave complications In fact it may be said that Morocco has superseded the Balkan region as a politic I storm center The pound keeper objects to being required to kill stray cats He thinks It will multiply his labors nine times With several men once regarded as wealthy and high up in finance now doing time and known only by num bers In federal prisons it must at least be admitted that the law Is not as par tial as has been alleged The facts prove that no matter how great re sources they may have had at com oiand these culprits are no more suc cessful In drtdglng1 penalties than art Qrer men SENATORS PLAN LINE OF WORK Steering Committee Has Practically Agreed Upon Legislation to Be Carried Out PRESIDENT NOT SATISFIED RumorifAround the Capitol That the Chief Executive Is Not to Have All He WantsLeaders Pre paring for CampalgnPariyF- actIonal Troubles Washington Members of what i known aa the steering committee of the senate practically have agreed upon what legislation shall be put on its passage In the upper house at the present session Naturally Mr Aldrich being the leader of the Repub lican majority is the chief member of thb steering committee and as most of the other members are in sympathy with the Rhode Islanders views It goes without saying that the committee itself comes pretty close to being allpowerfuL President Taft has been informed of the committees desires in the matter of legislation and it is said by those are to him that he is not altogether satisfied At a recent meeting of the committee only two measures were discussed In detail al though sanction was given to one or two other measures which will betaken up for committee study some what later It has been said the chances are that the senate leaders would make concessions to the Progressive Re publicans oh the bill providing for amendments to the interstate commerce act Itfs now practically as sured that some of will be made in the hjope that they will be sufficient to make the insur gents yield and to join the regulars in putting the bill through with something like unanimity As is pretty well known President Taft seems to think that in harmonious party action on the chief administration measures lies the principal hope of Republican victory at the polls next November The Democrats In the senate believe that the concessions which Mr Aid rich is making and will IPake later to the Republicans who are led by Sena- torS Cummins and Clapp will rot be sufficient to make the middle and far westerners come Into the harmony camp Harmony was secured on the postal savings bank bill but now it is being Intimated that the senate lead ers expect the h use to make such changes in that bill as will nullify the effects of the yielding of the leaders In the upper house Accused of Playing Politics In other words the Democrats are saying that the Republican leaders in the senate gave way in some matters slmpjy to get harmony in their own ranks believing fully that the house would take care that the concessions made in the senate would not be apparent when the bill finally becomes- a law It will be remembered that Senators Cummins and Clapp In their minority report on the interstate commerce bill took exception to the provision which puts into the hands of the at torney generals force the government defense of all actions taken on appeal tothe interstate commerce court Ehe senators in opposition to this proyl slon say that the attorneys for the shipper and also law officers working under the Interstate commerce com mission ought to represent the government before the court because they are well Informed as to all the details of the commerce cases from the time of their inception It is understood that the leaders will yield in this matter to the Insurgent desires Seeking Public Opinion Representative William B McKinley of Illinois chairman of the Repub lican congressional committee is get tIUg first hand information of politi cal conditions throughout the coun try Some time prior to Mr Mc Kinloys departure from Washington Representative James T Lloyd of Missouri chairman of the Democratic congressional committee went all through the middle west trying to find out what he could about the political sentiment Before he left Washington some few days ago Mr McKinley had a long conference with President TaflOtcourse no one was allowed to know Just what the president said to the Re publican congressional committees chairman but there are hints that the president again declared it would be bad policy to make any discrlmina1 Lions as between Republicans who are trying to secure reelection to the lower house Once on a time it Is said with Mr McKinleys sanction ubllctone and temper were not to the liking of the socalled insurgent Re publicans This kind of letter wrl ting has been stopped for the presi dent would not sanction Iiand now the material that goes out is what maybe called straight Republican doctrine Concerning New Tariff Bill Of course it will be necessary or at least no the ruling powers in the Republican party declare to defend the PayneAMrich tariff bill on the stump during the coming congressional cam paign The members of the Republi hopehowevertion measures can be put through congres at this session with united party action back of them and then as the officials eL the committee View it the speakers cat go before the country and say We have carried out the promises of the Republican form in large measure and we ptedge ourselves to carry out the rest oL the recommendations before the Sixty first congress adjourns next March Chairman Lloyd of the Democratic congressional committee says that the Republicans all through the west and to some extent through the least are disaffected because Pres ident Taft has not carried out in full force and effect what are known as the Roosevelt policies Mr Lloyd says that the Republicans who are disappointed over what they consider lack of ag fresentDemocratic candidates for in- order to make their protest against the disinclination of the party tjo go ahead along progressive lines Look to Roosevelt The RepubUcan managers in the coming campaign as has been printed heretofore may make an attempt to get Theodore Roosevelt to take the stump in support of his party and of the Taft management of the progres sire policies it be that the mighty hunter will return to America and in dorse what Mr Taft has done but even if he does this there are many officials in Washington having some reputation for wisdom who say that they doubt very much whether Mr Roosevelt will consent to go on a speechmaking tour and that he probably will content himself with sitting in his study at Oyster Bay or In his editorial room in New York city there to put out in written form what he thinks about polItical conditions Chairman Lloyd of the minority partys campaign committee says that he is convinced that the Unrest among the people will result In Democratic victory He refers of course to the complaints that have been made about the high cost of liv ing and the Reeling evident In some places that the prices are trace able to the tarjff- Republican Faction Troubles The RepubHcans in New York have been having troubles and while in a measure they have been settled occa sionally messengers from the Empire state Republican camp are Itill being sent over to Washington to confer with President Taft and with Sena tors an Depew The feeling of most of the Republicans seems toi be that the party in New York will not get into a definite state of peace un til former President Roosevelt returns Apparently great many people ex pect that as soon as Mr Roosevelt returns to this country he will have something definite to say about the present administration The Repub Cleans who think that President Taft has not done his best to forward th o Roosevelt policies are seemingly con vlnced that Mr Roosevelt at once will get out his big stick and use it on the administration of the man who during bis presidenqy was his secretary of war and his closest friend Other Republicans believe that the mighty hunter on coming back will say kindly words for the administration and will Insist that Mr Taft has been all right and tbat the only difficulty ia that his methods have been misunder stood The men who are theclosest friends of Mr Rooseveltjmeri whom he consult ed on political matters and who In fact were members of his official household are of the opinion that the colonel will keep silent on admlnis tration affairs for a long time after he comes back to America and that he will make a close study of the first year of the administration and of Its outlined policies for the future before he says or writes a word In approval or disapprovaliSees Work for ExPresident Ione of Mr Roosevelts close friends however a man who was neirer to him in an advisory way during his term as president than any other man In the United States Is now an offico holder in New York city Unq estlon ably this New York man whbpe iden tity Is not hard to guess Is jpartlcu larly interested in New York sate po Itlcs He foresaw the row wjilch recently broke out between the Republican factions In the Empire Sthte and he came to the conclusion apparently for he is a good judge of n1en and political conditions that affiirs In Now York could be straightened out only by some one with a strong hand and he had one man in mind who at that time was far away in the jungles of Africa The Democrats in Washington are not at all unhappy over the troubles which are besetting the Republicans In New York state The Democrats have set It down as a certainty that they are to carry the next house of representatives and they sap freely that with a Democratic Tlctory next fall another Democratic vic toy In the fall two years hence Is certa n to foj low It is virtually a necos Uy that aIesldentshallin Ohio and In Indiana In these two states they have not taken on as sharp and virulenl a form as has the quarrel in New Yok The Re lubllcans when about the d faculties which they seem to have fa len into retort bat his tory shows hat the Republicans quar rel as they may always get together In time to s ive the day and then they ask the Democrats who do the twit ting whethr or not this caii be said as truthful of tae thdt Is now in the minority The Democrats an swer that theIr party troubles arc al behind them QPORGC QLIN70r4 t I State News Items jL rL r MANY BILLS VETOED Scarcity of Funds Given Among Reasons for Gov Willsons Action Frankfort Ky With all the skill of an expert woodsman Gov Willson used his ax on many of the important bills passed by the recent general as sembly The lack of funds in the treasury to pay appropriations and beneficent gifts the encroachments on the executive power by the heads ot other departments the inefficiency of some of the present and former em ployers of the state are given as rea sons Senator Nagel of Newport lost his bill empowering the circuit and coun ty clerks to purchase their record books from any firms they wish except such as are paid for by the state The governor gave as his reason the following We have established a general system which r am satisfied is best for the work It has nol been satisfactory because an incompetent and unrelia bin superintendent of public printing certified to accounts and work not ac cording to Contract on some of which the contractor has made restitution This proposes to let clerks in 119 counties buy books at the states ex pense This is an unwise system The governor also vetoed Senator E M Taylors bill increasing the sala ries of the prison commissioners The confederate pension bill also was killed and in his veto message Gov Willson says There lsno money to pay this The state must pay its debts before enter lug upon a princely gift like this Frankfort KyThe governors latest veto was bn the bill appropriat ing 5000 for the Jefferson Davis homestead He says he asked for ex emption of taxes on the Lincoln home and the legislature did not grant itTo sign the bill he says would be dis crimination The executive ax was also wielded on the bank examiner bill claiming that it would put the banks in politics and draw the official branch of the government Into affairs of the excu tive branch It seems impossible for Gov Will son to write a veto message that there is not something in it about the effort on the part of the legislature to encroach upon the rights of the execu tive branch of the government Two of the very important bills passed at this session were killed by Coy Will son for that reason But there Is a still more Important bill that is before Gov Willson It is the bill providing for the interest bearing warrants Treasurer Farley is for the bill and Auditor James is against it It will be but a short time now until the state board of equalization hands out some of its tentative raises It has been the policy of the board all the way through to raise the assessments higher than a kite The in creases have been all the warfrom 20 to 35 per cent and If the stick there will be so much money in the treasury that the treasurer will not know what to do with it THIEVES ROB SOLONS Rooms Occupied by Senators Linn and Arnett Are Ransacked Louisville KyScaling a fire escape at tie rear of the building arid climbing over a slanting chimney sneak thieves gained entrance to rooms in the Seelbach hotel and ran sacked the rooms of three guests State Senators Conn Linn and L W Arnett and S P Kenney a traveling salesman of Morgantpwn W Va securing 100 in cash and 1000 in notes Senator Linns salary warrant on the state of Kentucky for services dur ng the Kentucky legislature was also stolen together with a valuable pearl pin Burfcesvllle KYJudge William F Owsley 97 a retired banker and the wealthiest man in the Southern Ken tucky mountains died here He served as judge Cumberland county before the Mexican ear Judge Ows Icy was a member of the distinguished Central Kentucky family of Owsley prominent in state and nation since pioneer days Lexington KySculptor Charles J Mulligan of Chicago has completed the statue of Henry Clay which is to take the place of the headless statue at the summit of the monument of the great Commoner in Lexington cemetery and plans are In the making for formal dedicatory exercises on April 12 the anniversary of the birth of Henry Clay IILexington KyAs shown by the report of Grand Keeper of Records and Seals J W Carter there are in Kentucky 178 lodges and 13520 memo bers of the Knights of Pythias Frankfort KYSuit was filed in the Frankfort circuit court by Miss Lorena Crutcher of Lexington against E JC Bell a clerk in the insurance department and brother of Insurance Commissioner Bell asking for 15000 for alleged breach of promise to marry if Lexington KyAt a meeting of the directors of the recently incorporated Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co former Judge Matt Walton was elected president F G Stilz secretary and J 0 Willis treasurer i COUNTY UNIT WILL BE AN ISSUE Practically Certain that Question Will Come Before Next Legislature Louisville Ky +Opponents of the county unit bill termed during the recent session of tjie general assembly as The Old Man of the Sea Father Time and other similar names are wearing a smile of satisfaction As usual the old man of the sea was put to death after a terrific battle in both houses He fought hard but vas finally given the count The op- Ponents of the measure declare that the sentiment for thbill is losing force and that the time the next general assen1lblyi meets that there will be even a stronger opposition to the measure than there was at this session On the other hand the representatives eleIment are makh1g claim that at the next session of the legislature the county Wit bill will surely pass Representative G C Waggoner who was the author of several tem perance bills Including the statewide prohibition measure introduced at thq last session of the assembly wants to go back to the legislature so it Is said to continue his fight for temperance legislation It is claimed that the temper nce forces and many friends of Representative Waggoner want him to become a candidate for the state senate At any ate1t practically certain that there will be men in the next legislature who will favor the exten sion of the present county unit bill and until the next legislature con venes the question as to whether the temperance sentiment is gaining force or is waning in strength will be a matter of much speculation IMPORTANT INSURANCE RULING Insurance Companies Must Account to Policyholders Frankfort KyThe question of the right of the holder of a tontfne policy of life insurance to have from the in surer an accounting of funds to be 8P portipned to the policy was upheld by the court of appeals in affirming the judgment of the Montgomery circuit court in the case of the Equitable Life Assurance society of the United States of America against John G Winnof Mt terlingthlet Justice Nunn wrote ti1 whole court concurring Winn had a 3000 policy that matured in 1904 and the company informed him that the ac c nulat1ve reserve amounting to l12905j together with the surplus amounted to 12454 the surrender value of the polipy He accepted this settlement butt ree years later filed suit for an accounting and secured a judgment of an additional 7754tf In arriving at the conclusion in this case the appellate court holds that the company should account to the policy- hOlders the motiey due the policy DERBYDAY WILL BE BIG EVENT LcLisvjIle Track Is Sheltering Many Noted Race Horses Louisville KyAt this time there are more th sin 300 thoroughbreds at the Downs nnd 4at Douglass Park there are many horses which will be raced over the historic course Splen did weather has prevailed for many days and the trainers are congratu lating themselves upon their good for tune in being to make so much headway with their charges That the36th annual Kentucky ljerby will be the most classic race run In the southwest In many years Is admitted by all turfmen The number of entries Is larger than heretofore and greater class lsfepresented Of course Waldo reigns asfayorite and on past performance hj will in all probabil ity go to the ppstin the big race an oddson choice Waldo was breezed threequarters of a mile the otter morning in 1S2 He looks fine and has been training just to the Hk ingjpf his owner Charles L Harrison Lexington KtThe Army and Navy Journal firought to the numerous friends and relatives in Kentucky of Capt Lucien YJoung of the United States navyj the first official Informa tion of his promotion to rear admiral Adm Young a he became on March 17i is si natlvei Kentuckian and was appbinted to the Naval Academy by former Gov Proctor Knott when the latter was a congressman Lexington Kylt Is stated here that R L Thomas millionaire horse man of Kentucky and Nw York will retire at once from rnclng and devote himself to business interests at Ford Ky v iMaysvIlle KJy William Davis one of the oldest pltizeps in this county died here at the age of 94 He was probably the oldestOdd Fellow in the United States having joined that or der In 1842 i HBanjcOclrmany years past veteran of the civil war prominent Odd Fellow and Knight Templar died at his home npre of acute Indigestion Col Hancock was a noted ileader of the confed er cy Louisville Kyi Another victim Taa added to the deatti roll of the explo sjon of the jtowtfpat Aubrey when John D rsey 6f Titles Ind one of the crew died ad the Jeffersonville hos pital This niikes the death list three EkHAVE YOU 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agin someday Everybodys What a Trained Nurse Says About Rfisinol I get absolute satisfaction from Res tool and use it constantly One of my patients has had ulcers for 15 years and Resinol Tins helped her more than anything else She will continue uq ing it until cured I have made some remarkable cUres with It Mrs Agnes T ONeill Somerville Mass Optimism e Kicker Look how easyt it is for flies to get in through these screens Landlord Yes but look how easy it is for them to get out again Red Weak Weary Vntcry Eyes TryILike Murine It Soothes 50c at Your Drupelsts Write For Eye Books Free Murlne Eye Remedy Co Chicago If an Idea should ever strike some people it would knock them silly X TRIFLING COUGH will become a permanent one unless AUfii Litny JJntxum will Ir stop IL A2jchottlolslaraennnKhfarUiaU at all druggists SScSOc and tl00 bottles Theres a lot of hot air used in toy balloons and soaring eloquence JTO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY In1JtftllRThe crow is a rational bird He doesnt make a noise without caws FARM FOR SALEIn Garden Bpofof Knox County Ohio f mile te Mt iSOpercpsWIlL vernon Improved Is one of tho 4w f 1towt1 J llro uiElute Dealers tv=eu PATENT BookandAdvicoFitElt11L lawmcr WusblnBtoD UO Kt to jn Bert nlcroncr v r t CURIOUS CASES FROM A inDOCTORS DIARY FT Narratives of Certain Pecu PracticeISor eoa II I J IN THE s TOILS LI Copyright 1909 by WO Chapman li1 WAS due to the whim of IT Cornelius Hat the western o a p millionaire that I took a hurried trip across the Atlantic for the pur pose of holding a consultation with a celebrated English specialist I had treated Havland for a certain all ment in New York and when he found himself undergoing a second at 4tack in London nothing would suit vhim but that I should come to the British capital and confer with Sir Frederick Tremaine the great Harley stzetsurgeon as to his condition Billionaires are accustomed to pay heavy prices for their fancies and the fee Havland offered for my services was sufficiently large to overcome any objections I might have had to the proposed journey It was my first visit to London and I did not intend to make It a very long one as the demands of my practice necessitated H return to New York 111arrived at my destination on a Saturday saw Sir Frederick Tre maine ami examined the patient and made arrangements to sail for home on thefollowing Wednesday A stran gar In a big city Is apt to find the time hanging heavily on his hands despite the novelty of his surround- Ings and having nothing better to do on Monday night I resolved to go toga theater Hailing a hansom I ordered the driver to take me to the Criterion I was in evening dress and wore a valuable diamond ring a gift from a patient on my finger The play proved to be rather unin teresting and I was beginning to regret having come when my attention wis arrested by the late arrival of a couple who seated themselves in the chairs next to my own One of them was a man of striking appearance the other a young and very lovely girl The man was old He had silvery white hair dark eyes a dark complexion and a cleanshaven face Ho was a tall man with broad shoulders and his companion was slender and willowy with a quantity of soft blonde hair and Violet eyes I felt sure that they were father and daughter and judging by their actions de votedly attached to each other The girl dropped her fan and as a matter of course I stooped to pick it up In so doing my hand accidentally touched hers and I encountered the full gaze of her charming eyes I was careful not to appear to watch her but as I turned to look at a distant part of the audience I was startled by the fixed gaze of the man Who sat eyesweresinister expression in the thin lines of his lips The moment t glanced at him he turned away I felt a sudden senSe of repulsion I have had some thirig of the same feeling when I looked full into the eyes of a snake The curtain rose and the play went on About the middle of the act the man bent over and whispered something to his companion Her hand trembled she looked at him anxious ly and said something which I could not catch I shall be better outside I heard r himwhisper in response Dont be uneasy Ill come back as soon as J ever I am better He rose and made his way to the nearest exit Is he ill I muttered to myself as I watched his retreating figure He does not look it How anxious that poor girl is Her hand is trem hung even now The minutes went on but the old gentleman did not return I was care ful not to appear to watch the girl but once her eyes met mine and the unsp akablu anxiety in them forced me involuntarily to bepd forward and mad4 my first remark to her- Can I do anything for you 1 I whispered Are you anxious about your companion r Oh thank you she replied with a longdrawn sigh The gentleman Is my father I am afraid that he is very ntit Would you like me to go and see why he has not returned I asked IIf you would be so kind she an swered eagerly I rose went out into the lobby and put some questions to one of the at tendants I thlnl I know the gentleman you mean re lied the man but I do not think he is ill About half an hour ago a man answering exactly to your description came out of the theater and lighted a cigar I lost sight of him immediately afterward but I fan cy he went out I returned to give this Information- to the girl but to my surprise it did not seem to comfort her Hp surely must be ill she said would not leave me alone if he Jpere not 1 noticed that An attack was coming on He is subject to- X 1 IL By L T MEADE and DOCTOR CLIFFORD HALIFAX II seizures of a dangerous nature They verydangerousIt seems hardly likely that he would have gone home without send ing you word I remarked And if he has gone home alone he will nat urally send at once for his doctor She shook her head My father will never see a doctor she replied uHe hates the medical profession and has such a prejudice against all doc tors that he would rather die than consult one That is a pityI said slowly but she scarcely seemed to hear me I am his only child and have no other relations here she exclaimed sud denly I must go outI cannot wait for the end of the play She rose as she spoke and I followed her Once outside I faced her and tried to soothe her anxiety You are unnecessarily alarmed I said I assure you that I speak with knowledge as I am a member of the medical profession myself A man as ill as you suppose your father to be would not stop to light a cigar I had a good look at your father and he did not appear ill A medical man can detect tokens of illness before anyone else- Nevertheless she replaced impatiently I feel sure that you are mis taken My father would not leave me alone unless he was compelled to d- osot must go home he may be dead by this time We have a private han som which was to call for usvmyou come with me and see if It has arrived I Complied with her request and we found the hansom waiting just round the corner I helped the young lady in She was trembling and her face jwas very pale Would you like me to see you home I asked lOOp if you would beso kind 1she exclaimed And did you not say that you ate a medical man If my father is ill it might be possible for you to prescribe for him jfBut you said he has no faith in doctors I queried He has not but when he gets these strange terrible seizures he is often dOlpleaseHalifax I interposed Thank you so much My name ir WhitbyLeonora Whitby I will come with you with pleasure I answered 1 stepped into th hansom as I spoke What address am I to give to th driver I asked Miss Whitby Tell him to go back she answered quickly back I shouted to the man He slapped down the little win dow and we started at a brisk pace It was not until long afterward tha I remembered that twas going awaj with a strange girl to a place I k1eInothing about the address even o which was unknown to me Miss Whitby did not speak for sev eiial minutes At last she said tlm idly Do you Know that you are the firs doctor who has ever come to ou house I almost wish that I had noI asked yon Why so Do you think that you father will resent my visit Oh no no she ropuled hastily It Is only that well you are com ing and I shall never cease to b grateful for your kindness to a per feet stranger Well I responded I of tours know nothing about you but you wll answer one pardonable question Where are we going I am an Arne ican and a stranger in London Wha is your address We are going west she repllec quickly Then before I could Inte rapt her she pushed her fan throng the iwindmy Take the short cut Andrews sh called to the driver Dont g around We are in a great Yes Miss he shouted hurryI her We were driving down a fair- broad thoroughfare at the time b uInow he turned abruptly and the veriest slums 1 had ever seen Shouting children drunken men an women filled the streets Was it vos sible that this beautiful refined gir lived in so repulslye a neighborhood But no it was only as she expresset It a short cut The horse was fleet one and we soon found ourseive In a lonely and deserted square W pulled up at a house which had no a light showing anywhere I got ou first and helped Miss Whitby to de scend from the hansom Will you kindly inquire if your fa ther has returned I asked her he has not there does not seem to b much use In my doming In Oh come in in any case for moment she answered I can ee that all the servants have gone to bed so I must let myself in with thin latchkey but l shall find out in a sec and if father has returned Just come In and wait in the hall until I find outShe hastened away and I stood alone In the dark hall The darkness was so intense that one could almost Imagine it clung like a shroud I heard a faint sound beneath me Where did it come from Did the servants who kept such early hours sleep in the cellars I was beginning to feel uneasy when a glimmer of light appeared and I heard the soft swish of Miss Whitbys dress She apologized for having kept me waiting in the dark so long but stated that she had stopped to ascertain if her father tad returned It appeared that he had done so and was now in his bedroom Requesting me to fol low her she led the way upstairs On the first nding we entered a sitting room whi h was gayly lighted with a couple of lamps covered with soft gold shades and on the center table of which a meal was sprea Sit down doctor said Miss Whit byuyou must have some refreshment I dont care for anything thanks I responded If your father Is ill I should like to see him Have you told him that I am here No Did I not tell you how he hated doctors Then perhaps he is not ill enough to need one I saldiIn that case I will wish you goodnight Dont be t1grysaid the girl reproachfully I want you to see him of course but we must manage It carefully Look here I said resolutely I have come here for the express pur hose of seeing sick man If you do not take me t him at once I must tleave you Miss sighed My position Is a painful cne Dr Halifax she said but I feel that I can trust you was right abc ut my father Ha has just gone through one of those strange seizures I hoped that we should have r turned from the the ater in time to set him in the uncon scions stage bit bo has recovered his senses and I am rather anxious about the effect of your In the room What do you advise mQ to do t The best thing to do is this I replied Take your fathers room and mtto Dr The chances are one that when he sees a real hector his prejudices against the Imaginary ones will melt away weigo Please follow nie When we entered the room was In darkness and the feeble flicker of the candle did not improve matters much The girl laid it down on the table and walked directly up to the bed A man was lying there stretched out flat Hu was in vening dress and I recognized him at once Miss Whit bys companio at the theater His eyes were shut afclear cold mqve when I and bent over him Father ex laimed Miss Whitby But there was no reply He is unto scious againhe is worse said thi girl In trembling accents i Dont be nervous there Is nothing to be alarmed about I returned- I said this confidently for I had ta Len hold of my patients wrist and found tEat the pulse was full and steady I bent closer over the man and It Instantly flashed through my mind that his unconscious condition was only feigned I remembered the sinister expression of hia eyes as he left the theater and my conviction at the time that he was not ill I put his hand back on the bed and asking Miss Whitby to bring the can dle near deliberately lifted first one eyelid and then the other If the man were feigning unconsciousness he did It well The eyes had a glassy fixed appearance but when I passed the candle backward and forward across the pupils they acted naturally Rais ing an eyelid I pressed the tip of one finger on the eyeball He flinched then it was enough There is rio immediate cause for anxiety I said aloud I will pre pare a medicine for your father Have you anyone who will go to the nearest druggists The servants have all retired she said but I will awaken one of then She left the room closing the hind her The moment she had done the patient moved opened his eyes and sat up He looked earnestly at me May I ask your name he in quired Dr Halifax I have been asked by your daughter to prescribe for she tell you that I place no faith in your profession ho asked She did and that being the case r Halifax now that you are better I will leave you No dont go yet As you are here I shall put you to the testyou shall prescribe for me Willingly I replied And now it Is necessary for a doctor and his patltmt to understand each other I may well tell you that the moment I saw you I knew that you wee not really unconscious You are right I was perfectly conscious Why did you feign to be other wise I asked For Leonoras sake andmy God I cannot stand this any longer He started upright then fell back with a groan Lock the door he said dont let her 1ft I am in frightful agony I suf fer from angina pectoris Leonora knows nothing of this I conceal from her I let her imagine that I am liable to a species of epileptic fits This vile torment visits me often Now that you have come give me some thing quickly to relieve me I must first procure what is neces sary at tho nearest druggists I plied If you prefer it I wIn go my self to fetch what is required No in but downstairs Leonora will take your message I hear her at the door now Let her in but do not betray my let her in in a moment I said but I must tell you that I think you are making a mistake in not let ting her know the truth Stoner rr later she must find It out This disease will kill me In the j end will It aotr1 Inquired Whitby It is a serious malady I replied but It would be impossible for me to say more until i have made a thor oligh examination In the meantime aj dose of trinitrin will give you relief There was a knock at the door and Whitby spoke eagerly Remember hie said my daughter must not know the truth as yet I nodded assent anti unlocked the door to admit miss Whitby Your father Is better and has re cPvered his senses I said in re sponse to her anxious Inquiry He Jvylshes to be alone and quiet Dark ness be good for him we will take the candle and go downstairs Together we descended to the sit tingroom and having been furnished kth pen ink and paper I proceeded to write a prescription Presently I approachingrtndsaw the outlines of a mans figure Leo nora gage him the paper with directions tof hurry and he went down stairs While we sat awaiting the servants return I took a good look at the room This Is a queer oldfa shioned sort of place I said Have you lived here long Sine mybirth she answered I am 17 and have lived here for that number oi years By the way Dr- fialifax would you consider me rude if I were to leave you alone l feel Sp nervous and would like to go to my father till the messenger returns IGo by all means I replied and If Jae gets worse call me I was interested in my strange patient and anxious to put a stop AhJ cicO5dov5aocfprObabJy dead u presence as as approached so youDid as It re nostnynot thisroom secretI to his pains as soon as possible It was Leonora Whitby evidentJhat5was to her father and yet he had treated her badly His conduct in leaving her alone at the mightiitaveHe had deliberately exposed his only child to the chances of insult He gave her to understand that he was suffering from epileptic fits whereas 3hls malady was in reality angina pec tons Here I started and uttered a sudden exclamation By heaven I said to myself that man cannbtv suffer from angina pee orIs the symptoms do not point to Jt What Is the matter with him Did he feign the agony as well as the juncpnsclousrieBS He must have a 1 could scarcely believe this pos Jstble I felt almost certain that his tortures wero not assumed The case strangesttwasYJ began to pace up and down the jroom It was large and lofty and covered from ceiling to floor with bright neat looking volumes I went jup to a goodly edition of Dickens works intending to take down a vol ume to read I put my hand on the thecasothis book andall its companions were merely dummies In short the room which looked so full of the best literature was empty of even one line of respectable print Thebupperappetite tZ t r L th1deqthsofconscious of a very odd and smell I started to my feet In farm and rushing to the nearest window tried to open It I discovered It was a solid frame from Bottom to top and was not meant to movie In short It was a window which could not open I tried the other with simi lar results Meanwhile the smell worse It rose to ciy head andren dered me giddy What was the matter Had i been entrapped Into this place Was my life in danger Was there a fire In one of the rooms downstairs i Yes this was probably the solution the enigmaa room had caught 4re in the old house and Leonora Whitby and her father knew nothing of It I felt a passing sense of relief a this Idea occurred to me and staggered rather than walked to the doo r The res1bledthesubtle difference It was pot caused by ordinary fire I reached the door and turned the handle I was gasping for breath now and felt that I had not a moment to lose in gettin into purer air I turned the Ivory Candle of the door frantically It moved la my grasp moved round and round but the door did not open jl was locked inI was becoming asphyxiated I felt my heart throbbing wildly and my chest seemed boundj In an Iron girdle At this desperate instant I saw to sight1Pherewasdoor was evidently not meant to be noticed for it was completelymade iip of the false books and when shut could not be detected I noticed It now for it was slightly ajar I shed to It flung it open and entered another room Then indeed my agony reached a climax A man in evening dress was lying full length 0n the floor absolutely unconscious and probably dead I staggered toward him and remembered nothing more I came to myself I do not know how I was In a hansom I was be ftns driven rapidly through Streets which were almost deserted in some direction I know not where lj could not recall at first what had happened but memory quickly returned to meilI saw once again that dreadful room With its false books its mockery of supper its mockery of comfort Above all things I saw the face of that dead man as he lay stretched on the floor and smelt again that horrible suffo cating odor- Charcoal I muttered There must have been a charcoal furnace under the room I was Into that den Leonora Whitby beautiful as she appeared was in league with her father to rob me and perhaps i take my life but how have I escaped r Where am I now where am 1 going How in the name of all thats Wonder ful did I get into this hansom There was a brisk breeze blowing and each moment the fumes of the charcoal were leaving me andmy brain was clearing rapidly I pushed my hand through the little window and shouted to the driver to stop Where are you taking me7 I demanded How comes it that I am here IHHe pulled up at once and replied respectfully enough Im taking you home sir I have your address and its all rIght You sit quiet and well soon be there- I wont until you tell me more about this I said How did I get Into this hansom You cannot drive me home for you do not know my address Aint it St Johns Wood aVenuer queried the man The gent he said- so He gave me your cardMrG- eorge Cobb 19 St Johns Wood ave nue Nothing of the kind I returned hotly That is not my name Shove me the cardIIIThe man produced a o paste board bearing the address and name he had mentioned ult was like this sir hesaid You was dead drunk and layin on the pavement which theres many gets In the same zan- a old gent with white airJ omea along looks at you an xqe You take this gentleman ome cabby sea he Hes drunk an liable t to be locked up if the police find im This Is where he lives I suppose for this card was on 1m With that I puts you In the cab and started to drive to the address he give me and here we are While the man was speaking I felt for my watch and chain trfey had vanished My valuable diamond ring the motive probably of the whole plot had been removed from my fin ger My studs were gone andwhat money I had on my person had also disappeared The only wonder was that my life had been spared Drive to the nearest pol1 e sta tlon I have been robbed tMid and must give information without a moments delay But that was the end of tbie busi ness The enigma of that dark house in that solitary square was destined never to be solved Somewhere far In the west end of London it lies but the police whom I instancy put on the alert cbuld never obtain the slightest clew to its whereabouts sailed fOr New York on the following Wednesday minus certain valued trinkets but plus a rich fund of ex perience gained in the British capital For aught that I can tell Leonora Whitby and her father may etill be pursuing their deadly work WHe pursuing their deadly work Pugilisms Followers larrjtd At one time the railroads 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RA RETROSPECT t Wow that the smoke of battle has partially cleared away in the House o f Representatives at Washington let us for a moment review the situation and see just what if anything has been gamed as a result of the melee in the matter of improving legislative condI- tions by the combined action ofthe airi surgent Republicans and the Demo cratic minority Togo no farther back than the of Speaker Reed the great bar to e cleat and prompt legislation in the halls of Congress has been the enforcement of the most arbitrary set of rules that hasWer been formulated to defeat th will of the people in any parliament that has ever assembled upon earth where Democracy was supposed to be the gU- Iding principle Tom Reed was stigma- tIzed m his day as the Czar of the House owing to his autocratic manipu lation of legislation and the rules under which speaker Cannon has operated a known in Congressional parlance as Reed he rules Alfred Henry Lewis the noted polit cal writer in an exhaustive article in the Cosmopolitan magazine on Cannon andCannonism says in regard the operation of theserules No House man mayspeak nothing of House sort occur save by the will of Mr Cannon He could put through the worst bill defeat the best bill that the wit of man might imagine Half of Congress lies face downward in the hallow of the Cannon hand It is the rules which take all from the members end give all to him There is here no space to pin detail the network of committee con struction and going over it mesh by mesh show how in every contm en Mr Cannon is the lone arid final fi her- man to draw the seine of House ev nts Tariffs appropriations all House things are under his thumb And while cc tain list of favored me hers seem frea to talk and vote and act should y look closely you wills e that they are but Mr Cannons pup ets talking wi his tongue voting by his decision acting through his strength The folk that sent you here r light just swell have writ a lette obs rved a mountain member in the legislature of Kentucky in scorn of a fellow mem ber who had riot impressed him tyhis consequence The taunt might be flung with even justice at every man o i the House floor The object then of the recent dem onstration in the House was the jvejr throw of this system N Let us acLcomplished committee composed of ten nem bers has een selected to be knovn the Rules Committee the dUtI s which committee shall be the re nsion of the present system and the orm ulating of equitable rules for fjture guidance Mr Cannon personal been eliminated from this body and the old committee of which he was hair man abolished This new com i t is composed of six uregularRp ubli cans and four Democrats The R pa licans elected as members are so nuch in touch with the Speaker that h may well smile at the empty victory g by the revolt of the insurgents flffioore would jut Cannon U Joe in carrying out the ideas emb died in the system and all are perm jated etespeaker is not an active member of committees far as the majority cf the committee is concerned his will and demands will surely be their law He still remaips the autocrat of the it tion Has the insurgents show i the courage of their convictions anc de manded that two ot their number replaced on the committee they vould Fhavethe balance Of power and the prime object of their revolt would have been attained Another grave mistake was mac e by eto30 lution was read declaring the speaker ship vacant and they failed to indorse it This was a fatal error as subse quent events have proven and they are even now reconsidering and iithe resolution was presented to day they would vote for It As it stand the snake was not even scotched Mr Lewis further says Once I was juristnowE nav or pt one of the worlds great cites i ttlNonceI iNotice is hereby given that all Ice will t be sold this summer i Strictly for CASH ifi We have coupon booKs of S 500 1000 and 2OOO Ibs and allow IO per cent off by buying one of them tBuy one of these books and give us a coupon when + ice is delivered andYou will save money on your r ice bill this summer + t v No Ice Charged 11 t SPRINGFIELD WATER AND EECTRIC LIGHT CO = fl G44 WhatIHe smellEd tobaccoIquoth the J tones showed wrath and crltiicism on our institutions I could not but marvel procesIsion of eve a character to a highest seat in the councils of a country like this If Mr Cannon is today deeply hated in his district By his knbebending sub serviency ItIthe money god and his prompt wi to sway the House to its dull worship he has reared up oppositioncyUnder such unprecedented action and smarting under the lash any other man who has occupied the speakers chair- r would have resigned But Cannon is not that kindof man Toget rid of him anoIrishjhint as it were hBut while this show of house clean ingis In process in the lower branch of Congress it should not be for that the principle if it may be so called involved in Cannonism obtains to as great an extent m the Senate where Aldrich the congener of Cannon rules with an iron hand through the operation of simiUr tactics to those which go to make up the system current m the nether branch and some method should be devised to curtail the ma lign influence of the senator from Rhode Island That the tariff law recent enacted largely through the system manipulated by the Cannon Aldrich combination is a Stench in the nostrils of the people is too prominent tofto have both shorn of the ex theyIIcouncilshnation would be a consummation in thorough accord with tha wishes of the coteeet genusomne thay have con importsbn their interes sto the ex elusion of the rights of the massesand have cast a sigma upon the uatiori processfor be MACKVIUL LouihesetheMr Logue Brown and daughter Ar teen of Seymour Jnd have been called to the bedsid of his mother Mrs EIi7 Brown critically IIIat this Writing uaMr Lanos Foster and sister of Wil lisburg spent Sundaywith Miss Lil Young eMr Will Naney wife and children of Fenwick irMrsMiss Ovie ritton who has been v fling in Perryville has returned boat Mr Omer Hume who has been in Louisville for some timb has returned home Mr Armon ritton sent Sunday WI th Mr Hariaforc Shewma er j STonet II Stuffed Up While a resident of Washington U C I suffered continually withha br chial trouble hat was simply terrible to endure would have spells that I could hardly beathewould choke up fill up in my throat find bronchial tub and the doctoring that I did and t remedies used were ot no be efit to me whatever I heard aboutBothsHy omel being senefiCialln cat rrhal and bronchial affe lions and pr curec an outfitI rece ved relief from the first by its use I ontmued with it and re ceived a cure It is about 2y ors since I have suffered at all from n y former troubleMrs RL PannJll 404 N Augusta stree Stauntonp Va March 2fi 1909IHyomei is guaranteed by Leu Hayd Drug Co to ci re catarrh croup br chitis coughs colds and ore throat or money backRfA complete Hy mel pronounced High o me outfit tosts 100 eve where at drug fists This includes a hard rubber pocket inhaler and bottle of Hyomei extra potties Hyomei cost 50c Free sample battle and booklet fr Booths Hyomei Co Buffalo N Y MIONACures indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour tom t rich bolchiug and dues stomach dis ly ease or money book Largo bus of tab let 60 cents Druggists in all towcii sTs Wt + i i JH I IMPORTANT ijfl i cT I LIL It jT should be of interest to Housekeepers to know that we are showing an extra large stock of i CAPETS ROOM SIZE RUGS HEARTH RUGS ItOItE RUGS IN ALL SIZES MATTINGS LINOLEUMS WALL PAPER BURLAPS WINDOW SHADES LACE CURTAINS PORTIERS T2 SWISS CURTAINS W DENIMS TOPS and CORDS f CURTAIN LOOPS COTTAGE CURTAIN POLES RODSnsin gle curtains Everything for the Housefit i ROBERT SONCLAYBROOKECO fit SPRINGF ELD a KENTUCKY t 144 4 t i fiii 4f4 4rd F F T Y r Dr G TI Burton L RESIDENT DENTIST eeth Extracted witH out CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY ofIAll Dental Work Strictly First Mass Springfield = KYJI leamLocalt ITITwill receive Hats Saturday came to see them Ij Mrs William- LOSTOn last Thursday a coat be tweerf C F Bosleys and town Re turn to this office 1am now prepared to do all kind o wing and ask share of your patrqrij age Mrs CL Price FOR RENT A desirable eight room house 3 acres of ground and goo d stable W E Leachmain lieThe Ladies of the Catholic church tq alized 125 on their County Court drone Monday which proved to be a success every particular openede a mj formerly occupied by ParKs Simms Wewish Mr OBryan much success in his new undertaking NOTICE The public is hereby notified that the reservoir and grounds of pringfield Water and Electric Ligh are posted and that anyone caught fishing or trespassing on the premise without a ticket will be prosecuted to1 the fullest extent ot the law H B McElros Supt onFor firstclass Cleaning arid Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on PHESSINCICLU esMound City Paints may cost a trifleI ietnore but Mr Leo Haydon j FOR SALEOne Improved Victor In cubator with capacity for 200 Cgg new Auply to Agustu Ott Lakes Old Office We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500to 2000 Good tq bsicco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in rj Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky 11 FISHING Persona desiring tu onpurchase season ticket to fish in the onresirvoir can doSl cheaper this year that ever before Season ticket on isale at 300 with the privilege of haying your wifes name or anyone of your extraryticket at Ed M Russells Jewelry storeJand save money omFor Diseases of the Skin Nearly all diseases of the skin such barbeestense itching and smarting which often makes life a burden and disturbs sleep and resh Quick relief may be allaysheMany cases have been cured by its use Forsaleby The Leo Haydon Drug Co T T T T T T 7 T T T T CARDWELL VSitedI II and Mrs W L Graham at J iW Grahams at Sfiar dayY Mrs Ajmira Lambert has returned frqMn extended visit at Arlington III She will live with her daughter Mra Ott Vorhiesand will build a nit new cottage on the farm she purchased Of li B Hellard last fall Hblliday Masters bought of Husto- Ga hart one bay horse for 65 also bought of Graham Perkins 2 horse forjSlGO and 13750 arid sold lone horse to Bill Peavles for 120 and one to Mr GrafJ A Kyler sold to Elzie Vorhies one j cow for 75 Graham Perkins bought of Thomp son Gentry of Lexington 1 5year olt mule for 221 50 and soid same to Fied Sharp of Lincoln county for 2750 also bought of Charley Vansant 1 horse for 135 sand i horse from John Dennis of Burgin for 145 and 1 The Geo Bohon Co for 75 and fromI Lee Gabhart 1 horse for 9250 and one mire to L C Cornish tar 75 fAt the sale or John Clod deceased h Saturdy everything sold well Corn tir ought 375 per barrel l mare 18150 L at 100sheep 450 per head with lambs thrown in Graham Si Perkins sold Vansaut Son a family horse for 180 H Gardner sold to Geo Lowre Y onp colt for 100 Several from hpre attended court at Springfield Moriyay Protrocted Meeting r On Monday April llth a revival meet churcht j pastor will be assisted by Rev JtMJioddy of Harrodsburg Flowers and Plants sprinIie notice of date Geo R MatltgIYI W tt z7WtLADIES SKIRTS andf WAISTS also a full stobkafri DRESS GOODS l + SILKS TRIMMINGS AND tiI t Give us a call Porch Shade and tAwnings Ii t The IlCORPORATEDt + Pain + + io + pwcwFrvwww FREi 160 ACRES OF WEST R NCAKAD A FARM LAN SI In the best hard wheat ountry in the yearseor a Also laud can be bought cheap Lands andnIFor full information rite to C iff SUTTER Hotel Leland Lexington Ky To Horsemen nellhandlingI am in the bn5 Ih rs sWil bre reapniabI BOHQII LUCAS EczemarA Germ Disease Can NovV Be Cured The Medical profession JSI all agreed that ECZEMA is germ dis ease but the thing that hns baffled th m is to find some remedy that will getU the germs and destroy them Zemo the clean exterr al treatment has solved this difficulty r drawing the germs to the surface of Che skin and destroying the germ lift that causes ofIIssued by the makers ot EMO It tens how to cure yourself at ftonje of Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and all diseases of the skin aft i scalp Call at the Leo Haydon Drug tore for book 1gIthe standard treatment fcr all diseases of the skin and scalp r l Lowneysi Chocolates SHE Really Low leys It was very good ofoU to remember my pref trance for Lowney a Chocala ite- sHEr Any wish of yours is a command to me iy SHEI don t knowtWhy it is but Lowneys a e the only Chocolates that a ways agree with me andre so delicious that they sever disappoint Katie Hertlein BrpWhere LOWNEYS are for j + Pure Ice Cream Pure Fruits Pure l ruffs Ju ides Everything to be found at firstClass Soda Fountain l i 1 t 1 t li HE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 23 1910 T ll a tr1 MENS DEPARTMENT GRUNDY McINTIRES Complete in Every1rspect Patent Gun Metal Tans and Kids snOES Latest in Shapes and Toes BUTTONS ACES arid PUMPS r TIJINGraY Special Newest Styles In Hats Mens Underwear a y New line of Neckwear Shirts Collars Ties and Hosiery COME TO SEE 4S GRUNDY MdlNTtREI 4 J 0AIm MARKETS t Reported by Bourbon Stock Journal Bourbon tjtockyardsJ CalvesReceipts 125 for the two days 328 the market ruled about steady the best 88Jc some fancy higher medium 5J7Jc common 25HogsReceipts 271 tor the two days 2478 the market was about steady at andYup selling at 11130 to 165 Ibs1060 pigs ranged from 8 SO S1015 roughs 1020 down the pens were well cleared early in the day qnd the market closed about steady Sheep and Lambs Receipts 13 for the two days 103 the market ruled steady to strong good demand for good demand for good sheep and lambs best fat sheep 7lc down best fall lambs 8Jc dqVm common sheep and lambs un chn ed GRAIN WHEAT N Sredandlongberry31 1812 0 JNo 8 red and lot1gberrv 115 + Rejected 2Quc logs on leveelhc less c R = 4No 2 white j 4No2 mixed th OATS No white No 2 mixed RyeThe + 8Iprices for wheat are those paid by deal h ierp the Quotations for corn and oats are sell iagprics An Enjoyable Birthday f On Saturday March 26th the many friends of Mr M V Crouch assembled at the home of the old veteran where a they celebrated the seventieth anniversary of his birth A bountiful dinner was served The following were pres ent Rev Grubbs pastor of the Will isburg Christian church Mr Grider William Baker Hart Ethrmgton wife and daughter Irene E A Smothers and family Mrs Martha Wilson and I daughter Essie J R Gray and wife After the day had been well spent and the many presents were presented the friends returned to their respective home wishing Mr Crouch many more happy birthdays The Sun and CourierJournal 150 MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA Skin Suffers Drop GreasYSa yes and Nasty Medicines That mild soothing liquid D E D Prescription stops the awful itch with the first drops A prescription oi ac knowledged value Get a trial bottle at 25c It will ake away the itch right away and you will sleep soundly We assure you pers nal IIY of the merits of this remedy for we RobertsonIIEXPLAINED FULLY Mr Squlggs He made his mone InI automobiles and football Miss De Kollety He doesnt ook like a sporting man Mr SqulggsNo hes a doctor rChicago Daily Nftws Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organs like straInS uii machinerv cause urtrun downs You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves w th out serious danger to yourself f you are weak or run down or under strain of any kind take Electric Bitters the matchless tonic medicine Mr J K Vonde Sande of Kirkland Ill wri es That 1 did not break down while ed during a most severe strain fort ree months is due wholly to Electric Jit ters Use them and enjoy health nd strength Satisfaction positively Gi ar anteed50c at Haydon Roberas The Springfield Sun 100 per year HARDESTY Mr HiHiSnider wife and children of Valley dill sp nt Sunday with their grandnjother Mrs Lucy Sales Mr Lucian Gregory recently pur chased three nice gilts from J M Sales for 60 Mr and Mrs S G Hardesty spent Sunday with Mrs Fannie Hardesty Miss Valeria Goodlett spent the inter val from Friday until Monday withher parents at this place Mr Stanley Hardesty and sister Vir gie spent Saturday night and Sunday in Springfield Miss Marguerite Noe and little Georgia Alice Robertson spent the week end with the Misses Goodlett Mr M V Sutherland spent Sunday with Mrs J R Gray Mr and Mrs IN S Y Goodlett and children were in Springfield last Mon day Mr Gwin Marks and wife and Mr Belbaum and wile of Springfield were in this vicinity Sunday afternoon Those from this place who attended the quilting at Mrs J E Goatleys on MarItha sunday11l1ast parents Mr and Mrs John CareyIMrs E A Smothers spent Mondav with Mrs J Miss Olhe Gray will have HGrayI ery opening at Polin and invites everyone to call and exarri ins her line of goods before purchasing spring and summer hats Mrs Eliza Mitchell spenf Saturday night and Sunday with Mr Bruce Wil rMXIrtwith her N S YGood lett mdthcrlMrs Mrs Tl daughter Miss Sarah of Chapli i spent Monday with Mr and Mrs Evan Crow Several front this vicinity attended ndaY1lpleasantvisit to ler sister Mrs Evan Crow at Polin Mrs Mollie Williams and daughter Miss Fannie were in Sprinfifield one day last week t 4P OJ1 IsS1sisIasuI e1 Pumps Tinning and Plumbing For all Kinds of Tinning Plumbin antcall on HATHETT Mc HIR ONu We do your work promptly J All work Guarante d Leave orders at Barber Pettus Hardware Store and thiy will receive prompt attention SITEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT DalgefI QOOO OOOOD 4 I O Personal Notes D D 0 Ie aoo Personal News 0JOeDODOOO Mr Charlie iJohofi of Lebanon was here the first of the week t IMr Jess Rapier of Bardstown ispenf pete V spunSunday t ing friends Wif Miss Bertha Haydon Sunday Bernard Hughes of Ray wick was in town Sunday Russell of Cincinnati is spen IWIll days at home IMessrs J R Mayes and Geo Tucker were in Lebanon Saturday itMessrswere in Bards town Wednesday Messrs Geo Colvin Theo Campbell and L 6 McCarty were in Leba non Sunday Mrs Mary Phillips of Lebanon was here Monday Mr Will Stiles and Miss Nancy Ra pier of Bardstown spent Monday with friends here Miss Nellie Simms spent the Easter holidays with her parents Misses Bessie and Pearl Campbell were in Lebanon Thursday Mr and Mrs Isaac Miller of Fair field were guests of Mrs M W Hyatt Monday Messrs Mack Miller and Wil jam Spalding of Bardstown were in town Monday on business Messrs F E Daugherty Leslie Samuels and Hugh Cox of Bardstown were here Monday MrSEE Wakefield and daughter Katherine of Maud were in town TuesdaykMrs Matt Mayes entertained at Flinch Tuesday afternoon Misses Mary McClellan and Mrs Scarce of Lebanon were here Sunday Misses Zelma McIlvoy and Addie Willett have returned to school at St Catherines Mr aridMrs T B Blanford of Straight Creek will arri ole the lu tof the week to visit ner mother Mrs Nannie Simms Messrs L O McCarty Joe Wy cofF and J M Sturgeon Misses Lizzie Waters Nannie Simms and Francis Martin spent Sunday at Maud Mr and Mrs Lewislof Bloomfield spent Monday with Mrs Rl Boblitt Miss Rodman Thurman who is at tending school at Shelbyville is spending a few days at home Miss Virginia Goodloe spent the week end in Danville IMiss Virge Hardesty of Polin is visiting her brother Mr TEHardestv Miss Susie Cameron of St Rose neighborhood is very low with a complication of diseases Mrs Kate Williams was in Louis- Ville Tuesday Miss Bettie DeBoe who was oper ated Upon at St Elizabeth Hospital at Lebanon last week is rapidly im proving L 0 McCarty Frank Noe G W Colvin and W H Williams attended the inspection of the Marion Comman dery at Lebanon Tuesday night Mrs Ruby Smith spent the latter part of last leek with friends in Louisville Mrs Sara Bawell of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with her brother Sherman C Martin Dr W V StallardnncfMiss Myrtle Campbell were in Lebanon Monday G Ray Gbodin of Lebanon spent Saturday and Sunday with friends here Mrs W T Leachman and Miss Bertha Haydon were guests of Miss Katherine Spalding Thursdav Mrs Richard Spalding and Parker Medleiy of St Mary spent Easter here Mr E E Busterof Harrodsburg was here a few days last week Mrs Virginia and Anna Blanch Weisen of St Catherines spent the Easter holidays with Mrs Walter Leachman hi riri1 tk lt The Proof of the Pudding is in m EatingiSfJflffe S EVnll+ + b CLASSY HATS + J f And compare with others in price Then use your Jwn T- 4K good judgement in buying i See our display of Tailored Hats the latter part of weik tt 0 Wathen Shador S 0 ordersbfor Hair + 4 X Joe Polin went if to L uisville Mon day as a delegate from St Rose con gregation to the enthroning of Bishop 0Donaghue the newly elected Bishop of the Louisville diocese TEXAS Miss Hattie Arnold who is attending school at Cadwell College at Danville is with net parents here fora few days Rey R L Purdom conducted the fu neral JMrLouisville spent a few days recently with relatives heretMisses Mary Noe and Mary Taylor of Springfield spent part of last week with Miss Hattie Arnold sMiss Rosa Rice and grandfather of Newmarket spent Sunday and Monday with the formers parents Mr and Mrs Nick Rice Mr Sam T Spalding and Misses Josephine and Mary Spalding of Lebanon spent Monday with Mrs John Pet Ladies Baptist Missionary Society met at the home of Mrs R L Ai nold Saturday afternoon Mr Wilhelm Peterson has purchased a farm of Mr W R Cocanougher Mr Charlie Cocanougher and sister visited relatives at Harrodsburg re Ada Arnold is now at Bryant Strattons business college in Louisville where she will take a course m bookkeeping Mr Jordan Goode has purchased the property of Prof C 0 Durham of this pl ce = Rev WlH Williams Misses Ann McChord and Jennie Le achamof IIRMr W B Waltram and family of HayesviHe spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs RL Purdom lehefDBaptistsocial at Mrs J M Baffleys Aprils from 1 oclock until 5 All the Ladies are invited to attend On the 3rd Sun day in Apnl the ladymembers of the requestIedMi Jsions The eggs or money can be left with Mrs J M Bagley secretary of the Society An Idedl Cough Medicine regardChamberlains bYltseltsays Dr R A Wilshire fI Cfwynneville Ind I take greatplea ure in testifying to the results of Cham bealains Cough Medicine In fact Iknow of no other preperation that meets so fully the expectations of the most exacting in cases of croup and coughs of children As it contains no opium chloroform or morphine it certainly makes a most safe pleasant and aifica cious remedy for the ills it is intended For sale by Leo Huvdon Robertson j + + GRAVEL SWITCH lTheeof Mr am1 Mrs Robert DeVer March 14 a daughter 4Mr of Mit chellsburg were guests of tjie formers nephew Mr Otho Isaacs arid family Sunday Mr ant Mrs Matthew Isaacs ecent ly visited the formers brsthervMr Clay Isaacs and family of Jefferson ville Mr and Mrs J T Nelsonjand family and Mr and Mrs J B Williams and children were guests oi Mr MrsiWilliam Robertson of county the first of the week familyMrchildren and master WHliajm H Powar r OIMr Elva Gray bought of Mr I T Thurman of Beech Fork one 2year jRevforcounty will preach at Pleasant Hill church on the second Saturday and jSimday in April Misses Bettie and Nellie Soires Zora Funk and Pearl Williams were the pleasant guests of Miss Myijt Hays of Alicetpn recently Mr Joseph Whitehouse v eht to Rich njond Monday to be treated accompanied by his son Mr J R vyhkehouse of Junction City Mrs Katharine Claybrookje iMr and Mrs R W Edwards Mr ahd Mrs Jas Funk of Providence Wore guests ofMrB Hays and family tafirst of the week i uMr1liott of Simms are visiting the laiters pa rents Mr and Mrs H B Young GUARANTEEDDANDRUffl CURE Beware of the dru g sttIfft1JS you that any other hair as good as Parisian Sagehe knows letter Mr Leo Haydon is the ag Palrisian Sage and he wonttryitogiveifou heige k to cure dandruff stop fallinjgfqair and cureall diseases of the scalp in two weeks or money back He knows that Parisian Sage is high ly recommended as the mot pleasant and 1jnvenatinj barr dressin known It fluffy and beautiful and inot sticky or greasy Fifty cents alarje bottle at Leo Haydons He will t uarantee it Made ihl America only bv Giroux Mfg Co Buffalo N Y The girl with the Auburn hair on every package M I 1 I JI I Housecleaning I Time Is Here IWIIAT ABOUT THAT OLD MATRESS iThe Celebrated Rexall Matresses I From 8 to 15- i AT i I I Leachman Campbells Furuifurelore I 4 ThCL Oc cJ I In LotJeor WarBy Richard EarRer Shelton Ic JOel x =lCopyright 1909 by Associated Literary Press Felicia was plainly annoyed She bit her lip and sighed wearily that particular sort of a sigh that sent Remlcks heart downward with all the sureneSs of ia sounding lead Bobby yfhy will you she said Intones of utter despair Remick squared his big shoulders in determination You should know very well why he declared flatly I Yesoh yes of course nald Fe Ucla hastily Please dont go over all that agaIn But let me say once for all Bobby finally and irrevocably that it is utterly ImpQssible Remicks mouth set obstinately There was a look upon his face at that moment that said plainly it was absolutely and irrevocably nothing of the sort And Felicla went on it must cease You must ston all this silly nonsense if you care to see me at all I care very much indeed Felicia he replied but the truth of the mat ter Is that seeing you is not enough Therefore permit me to say with a decision which will compare very fa vorably with your own In intensity that I shall be very persistent that upon every occasion that offers an op portunity I shall repeat what I have lust sald Felicias beautiful eyes shot out warning sparks An angry red crept into her cheeks for Felicia spoiled child that she was tin many ways could brook no crossing of her will Then Bobby R mick she said firmly you will never get your next opportunityWont though 1 he laughed eas ily That laugh nettled Felicia sorely The sparks in her eyes flared into a veritable flame If you ever doIf you ever get an other chance she declared in low- unsteady tones I will answer you I WLL r prerLJrroVAcJu 1Il Just as you dictate You have brought tills upon yourself Now goodby forever She swept out of the roomswept- out very grandly and very haughtily Remick Ieft tbere alone to meditate upon his undoing whistled softly un der his breaths My my he murmured half aloud wouldnt that shake your founda tions Never give me another chance eh And If she does she says I may do the dictating Hm He took up his hat and stick and e went out into the cheerless gray of the cloudy afternoon For once In his life he was really alarmed Plainly He had gone rather too far in this matter with Felicia He strode along aimlessly unmind ful whither his steps were taking him It began to ralna dreary dripping downpour that bade fair to drench him to the skin but Remick his mind a turmoil oFtroubled thoughts poked along with Tils head lowered to the driving rain quite unmindful of his own discomfort He was thinkinga rather new and disturbing process forv illghthearted Bobby Remick and his thoughts could give the dismal weather cards and spades when it came to actual gloom Presentlyrf he caught his breath sharply and stopped short for drawn up to the curb before a little crafts mans shopa shop where Felicia was wont to purchase candlesticks and andirons anti Queer little bronze lan ternswas the Grahams motor Ont e front seat his yellow raincoat gleaming with moisture the collar turned high abotit his ears and a pair of disfiguring goggles hiding his eyes sat Chris the Grahams chauffeur Remicks teeth came together with a click Three eager strides took hIm across the sidewalk to the side of the waitingicar Chris what are you doing here 1 he demanded Chris raised a gloved hand to the rim of his cap Waitin for Miss Felicia sir he explained Who is with hert No one alr She Beanie down this a lbne m1WUO A great glad light came into Rem icks eyes As he did so his hand went into his pocket and something crisp and green found its way into the chauffeurs palm Chris youre a mighty good fel low and I think youre a discreet one as well said he Now have you enough sporting blood in your veins lo take a chance and do just as sayChris looked a bit dubious Then he at the contents of his right hand and his doubts seemed to be of the order that are amenable to rea sonI want that coat and those gaggles said Remick and I want to change places with you for an haUl or soJ Chris Hesitated It will cost ma my job sir he said Ill get you another just as good Remick declared Still Chris hesitated Remick drew himself up Will you do it in the peaceabl fashion I suggest he askepor do you want me to take that coat and those goggles by force Im desperate Chris and at the present moment Im perfectly capable of following such a course Chris grinned That beia the case sir and in event of anything happenin to my job youll sure find me another Ill take a chance Hurry now b went on sliding o tof the car Miss Felicia may come out any minute Into the friendly concealment of a nearby doorway the two conslpatorp stepped In a moment Remick his Identity effectually concealed by thb high collar of the yellqw goat and the goggles climbed Into the car and perched In an attitude very like the one tihrls was prone to affect Chris meantime swinging Remicks stick wearing Remicks hat and smoking with much satisfaction ont of Remicks cigarjs strode Jauntily away down the strefiand was lost in the hurrying crowds on the sidewalk Three minutes later Felicia came out of the little shop The proprietor himself opened the door for her es corted her to the ear and helped hel- In And youll find me a mate to that candlestick Mri Barlow Felicia wax asking Ill do my best Miss Graham the rotund little shopkeeper assured her Then Home Chris shefordered while Remlcksl heart all buf jumped out of his mouth Away went file car swung a cornel to the smooth gleaming asphalt oi the avenue and went tearing along at a great pace The streets went past in rapid succession a lever was pressed down and the car answered with a wild burt of speed Felicia gasped Chris what has Mr Graham told you often about speeding thIs car1 she said severely Slow down at bnce You are way beyond the speed limit There was no sign that the chauf four had heard her The car roaring and puffing shot ahead Felicia raised her voice to make herself heard above the noise of the throbbing engine Chris there was a note of alarm In her volcewhat does this mean4 Where on earth are you going Youve passed the house Stop Do yot hear me Stop at once She reached forward to touch his arm They shot across a bridge and struck a smooth hard macadam road in the suburbs The houses were se back from the street The great elms bordering it on either side offered a certain friendly concealment The car slowed down and stopped On the back seat a frightened gir1 saw the chauffeur shed his goggles and whisk down the upturned collar of iila coat And facing her Remick was smiling blandly Now then he said In tones he strove to make matter of fact I shall proceed at once to dictate that an swer to my question You promised Felicia You know you dldhe said Felicia gasped again But she wax not the person to accept defeat un gracefully Her head was lifted proud ly Her nose went tho fraction of an inch higher Well said she proceed with the dictation Then her eyes fell A beautiful color tinged her ctjeeks Perhaps perbzipsImnot balsas angry about It all as you Imagine she observed softly EyIlsof Tipping System There Is nn city on earth whore the tip system is m redeeply rooted than In Paris and yet If we are to believe M Jabsosynat secretary of the Cham bre Cyndloale Ouvriere des Limona diers the cafe and restaurant waiters desire nothing better than to see the abolition of the pourboire When that day arrives he saysour comrades troupingthemselves obtaining a fixed salary from their em ployerw Today we receive no salary only the pourboire and not always that Some exployers finding that wa make too much deduct as much as 40 50 and even 60 per cent of our tipsY could tell you of one cafe where 18 em ploy s hand over to the house over 2400 a year Most employes are paid for working we others pay foj the pr1v1legThe Caterer rForLZmall Girl II The dress in above illustration is for a girl about 12 years old It is of embroidered net made up over mer cerlzed lawn The skirt is finished at the bottom with two ruffles iof the material dged with lace The louse has a plaited shoulder collar also edged with lace and ornamented with little buttons The yoke is made of bands of valen AfTERNOON DRESS This Is a smart tightfitting prin cess dress In brownish terracotta face cloth The bodice has a round yoke of chiffon and a zouave with sleeve cut in one with it both being braided and edged with balloon and large fancy buttons On the hips the trim mIng is arranged to simulate panels let in at the skIes Chiffon Is used for the puffed sleeves which are set to deep cuffs- Materials required Seven yards 48 inches wIde 1 dozen yards trim ming dozen yards braid 6 buttons Natty Accessories for Linen Suits The black satin collar cuffs and pocket lapels which lend so smart an air toi a tailored suit of wash ma terial may be made by any amateur who will devote sufficient time to the task When the black satin pieces have been properl shaped they should be handemb oldered or sou tachebraldcd then stiffened with canvas taffeta lined and finally finished about the edges will threp rows of machine stitching As these accessor ies must be remove whenever the cteanedtheJrwith five or six shor loops ofj black twist which fasten over tlnr buttons of the same material as the garment and attached permanently to It For Aching Feet A woman who pir s her fa th to homo remedies befor going to a doctor says she quickly ures herself of the shooting pains in er feet and legs which many wOmen neuralgia Every night and mbning she bathes her feet with strong salt water as hot as she can bear it She continues the bathing for five r six minutes then gives a cold spray and rubs the feet briskly with a rough towel until they are in a glow Little Helps Soften wa er Heat but do not boll a boilerful t water add two table spoonfuis of lye In a few minutes a scum arises remove with a spoon then add soap and wash same as for sopwater Perfectly harmless to clothes and saver of soap 1 1 clennes insertion arranged diagonally and a narrow satin ribbon forms the attractive model Illustrated is of blue velvet trimmed with bands ot soutache embroidery which forms the collar and cuffs the girdle and the border of the skirt In front are straps bordered with a heavy slip piping and ornamented with buttons of the same COLORS IN SPRING COSTUMES Pepper and Salt Seems to Have Been Singled Out to Become an Especial Favorite All the smart costumes of the spring will be pepper and salt The individual taste can choose between the infinite stripes of black and white the hairline stripes or checks or a fine tweed in which the two threads mix All the London suitings are in thenatty mannish fabrics affected by the English woman and her spouse English black and white shepherd plaids checks and clever stripes with rough threads will be in the lead The spring worsteds are In the tiny stripes coming so close together that they are- practicallygray For one who takes to mountain climbing golf motoring or any out side exercise the hom spun are the best of all for wear These In the Imported cloths and In our own home weavings come in sixteen shades so variety is not lacking Speaking of fabrics it is said that a womans character comes out In the textures she wears Withal so much depends on the making that the rule cannot be accepted in any sense aa fast bound A rough homespun made simply in perfect taste is as dainty as a smooth fabric on a small person SPREAD IS MADE ELABORATE Pink Roses Embroidered on Bed Covering Has Popular B come Distinctly Not only a flowered nrface but with blossoms made by hand Is the latest in bedspreads Great cabbage roses In rich deli cious pink dotted here and there all over the plain surface of a white linen spread Not closer than you care tc place them with the embroidery in view but just so near that there will be plenty of pink In evidence You can do the stamping yourself if you se cure a single larger rose with p leaf and a very little stern and truce It upon the goods- Mercerized and twisted embroidery cotton a coarse numberwill be your best medium and the work need not bo solid Skeleton embroidery Is effective where there are large petals and the work should be done in a bold way that the result will be dec- Idedly pink or old rose Two shades of cotton may be used with green leaves and stems or with both of these done In The rose pink The dropping of this large loose rose upon curtains and cushions In the same room will not be wasted work To Give Red Hair a Luster The redhaired girl should Insist upon a pinch of salts of tartar being put Jn th6 shampoo mixture each time her hair Is washed This does not act as a bleach or dye but gives a warm pretty luster to the hair that brings out all its lights There is no possible danger of In jury to the hairl no more of the acid Is used than a goodsized pinch or as much as will go on tho end of a knife The salts should b j kept In a dry placeas It Is rapidly alffected by damp ness Breakfast Jacket For a breakfast jacket have Japanese silk and cut it hip length with point at the front and straight across at the back Loose pointed sleeves should be bound with ribbons and a simple neck binding used Morning jackets are simple and visually con tructdd of fine silks j lOST WURD WAGER Writer Thought He Could Pro duce 5000 Offhand Test Showed He Was Able to Write Only 3818 in Five Hours and He Lost a Hat Bet on the Issue By ADAM HASELBARTH New York How large is your vocabulary How many different words can you summon to mind and write Jnf one hour two hours or five hours with only your memory to guide you l Mil tons vocabulary is said to have been Ithasperson uses from 500 to 1000 words and that a welleducated person today knows perhaps as many as 25000 and uses 15000 to 20000 In conversation Even a person who cannot read may command 5000 words according to agoProfthe ordinary English conversation of adults 4000 words tha liberal esti saldtoStandard lays claim to more than 300 000 How many of these words do you know literaryfrIendscabulary question one of them in quir how many words I thought I knew Rashly and with nothing definite on which to base such a conclusion I made a wager that I could write 5000 different words In five hours A howl of derision greeted my statement That fixed my determina tion tp try it ji volunteered to go to periodtrustthe papers to them for decision with out counting the words myself The afternoon of the next day was appoint ed for the selfimposed ordeal Armed with plenty of paper and pencils I retired to my den at one oclock p m From that time until fi00 p mwith only three minutes tVU AJ 4 cri 9 t a4 f4f- n 17iee7 t4 Iij I break for a glass 6f water I wrote words words words As to how many I was writing I had no conception At the end of each hour J tossed aside by themselves the result of the hours workjThe physloal results of the strain were to me novel and remarkable At the end of th first hour my brain throbbed and I felt feverish At the end of the second I was mentally and physically weary and my right arm ached with a dull pain akin to that of rheumatism The conclusion of the third hour found me about all In trembled and jUst knew that il looked pale It was then that I paused for a bynitically but not wIthout real concern think it would be wise to stop now Whats a hat compared with a cO- llapse I smiled a wan smile and went back to thfc job I returned considerably refreshed to my desk and for the next hour wrote apparently as rapidly as during the first That water seemed to have a new exhilara tion It was really water Thus when entered my last hours round with my vocabulary brain cells I was was certain of victory I even imagined WordsSoof the three hundredth minute giving a whoop of satisfaction when all was over The five bundles of sheets each rep resenting an hours effort were turned over to one of mjy friends and he elim nextdaysaid Well old inns you lost but you did so well that well call the bet off Here was the result First hour 987 words second hour 811 third hour C84 fourth hour 775 fifth hour 713 total 3970 From these the censor eliminated 152 duplicates leaving me Just 3818 1lrrerentwQr ds to my credit Unusual Bookmarks The finding of a long lost will between the pageiof a neglected Bible was a favorite Incident In oldfash toned novels Nor are books yet an tiquated as repositories At the Carnegie library In Washington bookmarks found Jn returned Volumes Included an insurance policy let ters containing business secrets signed love letters grocers bills photographs postal orders matches spectacles and false teeth Separate markers are a distinct ad vance over thumb prints or t rnt down leaves but like old stockings and stovepipes books are not to be recommended as safety deposit vault 0f t fI fI For Lam t Back LAn aching back is instant1yI relieved by an application of Sloans This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters It penetrates without rubbing through the skin and muscular tissue J right to the bone quickens the blood relieves congestion andIIgives permanent as well as temporary reliefI Heres the Proof StSEWashlngtonDCwrltcs f t years ago I fellfrom a scaffold and serf onsly injured my back I suffered terri blyattimes fromthostnallotmybaek Varound my was just as if Ihad been beaten with a club I used every plaster I could get with no relief Liniment took the pain rightIout and I can now do as much ladder work aa anyman in the shop thanks to Sloans LinimentMr J P EVAJTS of lit Airy da says After being afflicted three years with rheumatism I used Sloans Liniment and was cured sound and well and am glad to say I havent been Mylegmy knee Onehalf a bottle took the pain and swelling out n Sloans Liniment hasnoequalasa remedyfor Rheu or any pain or stiffness in the LiNIMENT muscles or joints Prices 25cEOcand 100 Sloan book on timIIftoeeDr Earl S Sloan bI =Boston Mass US- AWESTERN CANADA Senator ftolllv r of Iowa says Tho StateCaJadRat Tiait to Western Ca- nadadeLrtj 4ot1nlLah speaking gao pie I manyIoTaOar people are pleased 45irAP with its Government and the excellent admini tration of law and they arc coming to you ia 44 gnactthouzandsand low contributed lytotho7O000ArnertI their homo during 1909 Field crop returns aloneS duringycar added totho wealth of the country upwards oX 17000000000Grain crowlnsr mixed tares da1rjinSJOfcJF tcads of ICQ acres are to be bad In tho very best dlatricta 160 acre proempUon atper nero within certain area lTItOlithertcbestwood building material plentiful For particulars us tolocatlonlow dcecvlptireBeet vet cnd other tnformatlon write to Supt of 4 tion Ottawn or to Canaalaa Qorernment Accn 1M WILLIAMS J La BuildIng Toledo i Use address nearest iou 3 Bad BLOOD Before I began using Cascarets I had a bad complexion pimples on my face wasnotdigcstednsitshouIdhave myfaceonlytwoClarence K Griffin Sheridan Ind Pleasant Palatable Potent Taste Good GripelOcino tablet stamped C C C Guaranteed to cure or your money back 921 San Diego California first port of call north of Panama a wonderful harbor safely landlocked the natural port of supply for alt the southwest present terminus Santa Fe Railroad nev railroad direct east now building Population doubled in past four years Bank clearings postNllcorecelpts and realty values increased in creator proportion S5 DownCity Lots S5 Ho In University Heights a splendid residence section Electric canines city conveniences irlces 200 to 8300 terms each lot no inter propertytnsoldIf not satisfied no better Investment anywhere Write for booklet our references any Address DCCOLLIERCOMPANYB- ANplEGO CALIFORNIA Cures Strained Ankles rt1 LYIl1111 UJJlt1 Foil IvllllstulaKe1 EI Wire tmts Bruises ainu- fltiJ Swolilnprs Lameness nnd 1aInquiek1yrithuutBUsterkigc no usu per Aflrr ilorsoiiook5Efreo- AIiSORflflE Jit mankind Jl00 and CXp both Kor Strains Gout Varicosn Vf Ins Varico cele U3droce1n ProswUtis kills pain Yourdrujwlst cin supply and Klvp mfercnccs Will teU you more bywSpringfield Hub IsDsi- sthe word to rememer when you need areme4Y prCOUGHS Cows IV VV VVV H1 Ii t 350 RECIPE CURES WEAK rKIDNEYS FREEV KIDNEYTSTRAINING SWELLING ETCV Stops Pain In the Bladder Kidneys and Back- Wouldnt it be nice within aweek or so to begin to say goodbye forever to the scalding dribbling straining or too frequent passage of urine the forehead and the backofthehead aches the stitches and pains in the back the growing muscle weakness spots be sluggishbowels sleeplessnessI have a recipe for these troubles that you can depend on and if you want to make a quick recovery you ought to write and get a copy of it Many a doctor would charge you 350 butaittoline like this Dr A E Robinson K251 Luck Building Detroit Mich and I will send it by return mail in a plain envelope As you will see when you get it this recipe contains only pure harmless remedies but it has f great healing and painconquering powerVIt will quickly show you its power t once you use it so I think you had bet ter see what it Is without delay I will send you a copy free you can use it and cure yourself at home COULDNT SPEAKI They never speak as they pass by TheYboth keep mum iNoneed to ask the reason why Theyre deaf and dumb Record for Strangeness VA Niagara Falls man tells this storyVA Buffalo man brought a relative from Scotland here to see our grand spectacle The two gazed at the fall in silence a long time Then the Bur falo man heaved a sigh and said Ah Cousin Donald did you ever see anything so beautiful and strange The Scotchman after a moments thought answered calmlyV Weel for bonnie yons a richt but for strange nofur I once saw in the Town 0 Peebles a peacock wit VDetermining SexVV Mark Twain says that he has always taken womans partV For Instance he relates I once strongly reprimanded woman out in Hannibal Mo Here was the occasion fSO this is a little girl eh I said to her as1 she displayed her children tome And this sturdy little urchin In the bib belongs I suppose to the con trary sex Yassah the woman replied Yas sah dats a girl too Everybodys Magazine An Ungallant Outlook Again the ungallant outlook of some husbands causes divorce said exGov Pennypacker in a witty after dinner speech in PhiladelphiaV V4It is amazing what an ungallant outlook some men have I said one day to a Bucks county farmer Have you got a wife Hans Why yes to tell the truth I have Hans replied For the little bit they critters eat it aint worth a mans while to be without one VV A LITTLE THING the HomeChanges Feeling Coffee blots out the sunshine from many a home by making the mother or some other member of the household dyspeptic nervous and irritable There are thousands of cases where the proof is absolutely undeniable Here is one A Wis mother writesV Ii was taught to drink coffeeat an early age and also at an early age became a victim to headaches and as I grew to womanhood these headaches a part of me as was scarcely 4Vbecaipe from themVfive years ago a friend urged me to try Postum I made the trial and the result was so satisfactory that we have used it ever since My husband and little daughter were subject to bilious attacks but they have both been entirely free from them since we began using Postum instead of coffee I no longer have headaches and my health is perfect If some of these tired nervousir ritable women would only leave off coffee absolutely and try Postum they would find a wonderful change in their life It would then be filled with sun shine and happiness rather than weari ness and discontent And think what an effect it would have on the family for the mood of the mother largely responsible for the temper of the chil drenV Read l4j11Road to Wellville In pkgs Theres a Reason Ever read the above letter A newt one nppenrn from time to tithe Till are genuine true and full of kina Imtereit PROFITABLE DAIRY HERDV DIFFICULT TO ACQUIRE It Requires Time Patience and Perseverance High Ideal Must be Constantly Striven ForV By MILLER PURVIS To build up a dairy herd is not a Short task It requires in the first place a fixed ideal in the mind of the owner He must set his stakes at a mark toward which he must endeavor to move constantly advancing from year to yearVThere is a wellknown dairy herd in Illinois the owner of which has set his mark higher and higher for years every time reaching the highest limit by following a set method Thisman cares nothing for recorded pedigrees He prefers purebred cows U they reach up to his mark other wise he takes those of any blood or Three Daughters Noted Jersey Bull Eminent breeding When he buys a cow he in sists on the privilege ofVmilking her several times and testing her milk with the Babcock testerVWhen he began the dairy business a poor man he set his stakes at 200 pounds of butter a year from each cow Th Is was not to be the average of the herd but the lowest limit for each individual cow As rapidly as the cows failed to reach this mark they were sold and replaced with better ones Calves from the best cows were kept for members of the herd and thoroughly tested after they came in milk to be retained or rejected ac cording to the test they showedV In the course ofUme the 200 pound mark was reached and the limit was raised 50 pounds and by follow ing the same method he built up his herd to the new mark Then he set the limit at 300 pounds in a year and toward this he is progressing as rapidly as possible although as the limit Is raised progress Is slower He has now been in the business long enough to select heifers from his own herd which come up to his requirements Although he ceased a few years ago to sell his milk to a butter factory he still insists on the butterfat test as to the merits of his cows and his wellearned reputation makes his milk In such demand that becannot supply all that Is caled for The dairyman who does not set a high mark and test his cows regularly and systematically will always carry In the herd some cows whp are kept at a loss to reduce the average of the herdV It seems like a strong statement to make but It Is no doubt true as was said by the dairy commissioner of a great dairy state that if the poorer half of the cows of the state were sold off the dairy profits of the state would be doubledVIf but the better half of the cows were kept the feed consumed by the 4 VV cftMH The illustration shows a very con venient method for stabling calves The calves are Kept In good sized pens several caves together allowing much more chance for exercise than when each calf is confined separately In a small stall The calves are allowed to run loose In the pens except at feeding time and are then easily fastened in the stanchions while drinking They should be kept In the stanchion for a halfMiour or so and fed grain U1 rre sure to suck each other released Immediately after drinkinThe young calves should be kept in separate pens up to two or three weeks age as it is a difficult matter tbV keep them from uckiu before they learn to eat hay unprofitable ones would be saved the profitstromdouble those of the herds as now con stituted The volume of butter and milk pro duction would be decreased no doubt if this course were pursued and the consumer would be called upon to pay higher prices but the dairyman would double his profits and that should be the object sought in any dairymen are trying to find the method which will allow them to keep the largest number of COWl ona given acreage A mu h better object would be sought if tlwjy were of to try to secure the largest possible number of cows which will product a pound of butter every day for tei months of every year of thefracUv lUesV Making ButterVTo produce best butter the covi should be a good healthy animal kep ori good pasture and supplied with pure water The stable should be clean at all times especially during milking The cream should be churned at a proper time and tern perature and worked until the milk Is all out I salt my butter with 12 ounces of salt to every ten pounds says a writer In Baltimore American My customers pay 30 cents a pound and come to the house to get their supply which Is packed In fivepound jars Thi brings me more clear money tha i any other way jl can dis pose of tin produce I make only 20 to 30 pounds a week and use about 250 drops of vegetabj coloring mate ter to 100 pounds Comfortable and Cheap L T Fo of North Adams Mass has built an Ideal poultry house from canvas anc old newspapers The can vas Is nailed to studding j8 inches apart and the newspapers after utj ing folded so they were i2xjl8 Inches containing 32 thicknesses were nailed ori the sari e as shingles These were covered w th canvas which was then paintedV Be Kind to SowsVIfa sow heavy with pigs should stray into your yard dont ShOOV her with the hoe handle Better shut her up and notify your neighbor Hell thank YOu and then besides one oi your sows nay break out some day tl for the Farrr be wastedtheare kept tufts of NothingineCd aftermaths and odd all bo utilized and wool and mutton METHOD OF STABLING CALVES Iyr iJ J jn 1 l L as lJ of and grain 3y fastening thtfnln the stanchions In this way eachj calf may be fed separately and get only its own shaie of grain The iCalf pen should bell lighted and lean and should open Into an exercising yard where the cnlves may bo turned out whenever the weather permits Killing ChickensVChicken killed for mart ior for the home table should have jhead severed by cutting off then the body should be hung up to let the blood thoroughly drain out Thlj Insures the whole omeness of thu meat II the ragged neck is unsightly the skin may be pulled over it and tied iwAtt a bit of tw noV I WERE NO TROLLEY CARS THEN Abel Strlngham I tell you my boy Shakespeare could never have written a drama like yoursVPlaywright you are very compli nientaryVAbel Stringham Not at all Take for instance that trolley car accident in the third actVFollow this advice Quaker Oats Is the best of all foods it is also the cheapest When such men asProf Fisher of Yale University and Sir James Crichton Browne LLD FRS of London spend the best part of their lives in studying the great question of the nourishing and strengthening qualities of differ ent foods it is certain that their acv vice Is absolutely safe to follow Professor Fisher found in his experiments for testing the strength and endurance of athletes that the meat eaters were exhausted long before the men who were fed on such food as Quaker Oats The powers of endur ance of the nonmeat eaters were about eight times those of the meats eatersVSir James Crichton Browne says eatmore oatmeal eat plenty of it and eat it freentlyV 59 Fighting Disease In Greece Consul General George Horton has made a report from Athens on the conspicuous work of Greek physicians inV combating the countrys chief scourgesmalarial fever and tubercu losis An annual average of 2000 persons die each year from the for mer while in epidemic years due to excessive rains the number exceeds 6000 which was the case in 1905 The population of Greece is 2433806 The people have been interested through lectures pamphlets etc to fight the malariacarrying mosquito by draining stagnant ponds and throwing petro leum on them A tuberculosis con gress will be held at Athens next year to which will be Invited not only physicians but all the mayors and other promlneni people of Greece A WONDERFUL CHANGE From Daily WreTtchtdness and Pain to Normal Health Mrs R Crouse Manchester Ia says For two years my back was n weak Rheumatic fOMJy pains rackedmy lower limbsday 1 and night The ac tion of the kidneys i was annoyingly irregular When I started using Doanss theseItroubles soon less- enedtVVV and the dull backache vanished The kidneys now act normally and I give Doans Kidney Pills credit for this wonderful change Remember the nameDoans For sale by all dealers 50 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y The Right Spirit Apropos of Valentines daya passenger on the Bermudian said Mark Twain once told us in a little Valentine day speech on this boat of an Irish wooer who had the right Valentine spirit Acceptance orV re jection he could take with eqijal graceVWill ye bo my valentine he said on February 14 to the girl he loved No she replied iam anothers He heaved a sigh and said Sure thin darlin I wish ye was twins so that I could have at lasts the half of yei Airing the Poodle Tie messenger boy towed the leading ladys pet poodle in front of the big vontilation fan and tied him Great Scott boy exclaimed a by stander excitedly Do you want to blow that dog away Why that fan is worse than a cyclpne Naw snapped the messenger boy with a pout Let him stay there and get aired That blooming actress hires me two hours every day to air her blooming klhoodle and J jvant him to get enough of itVAn Honest PolIceman Judge What is the charge against this man officer- Policeman There Isnt any your honor business was dull and I arrested him just to keep my hand in Coming Down How have the mighty fallenV Dont bother me with your airship accidentsV PEUKY DAVIS PAI KILLER when thoroughly rubbed In relievos strains and in or muscles from nny cause All aruBBUtsJZSaSiCcslies Largo bottles tho cheapest How men would kick if their wives struck for an eighthour dayV PILES t UnE1J IN 0 TO 1S DAIVOlSTMBNTlNKuarantccd to euro of Itohlnit lillnil ninnllng or Jrotrutllnj Illus In to U day s or money refunded Second thoughts prevent a man from having lots of fun Dr Detchona Relief for Rhcnmatfora relieves in six hours Why suffer 75c Ever notice how easy it Is not to 3avemoneyV VVVV f WHERE SHE HAD HEARD IT Mrs Jackson Quite Confident She Had Picked Out a Biblical Name for Her Boy The late Bishop Galller was once asked to baptize a negro baby boy Name this child he said address lug Mrs Jackson the mother of the black mite Hallud 1 That s a strange name Mrs Jack son remarked the bishop hesi tatinglyVScripture name rejoined the happy mothef with a confident grin UI never sv it in the Bible Why bishop how kin yuh stan up dar kiddin a pie ignorant niggah laik I Is Yuh says dat name whenevah yuh says de Lawds prayer Hallud be thy namerSuccess Magazine A Big Shortage in Seeds From almost tall sections comes the report of frightful shortages in seed corns barleyontspotatoesThis in the growingstates andIowacorn as never beforeVThe wideawoke farmers in these and earlytorside and we can but urge farmers to write at once to the John A Salzer Seed thelrfarmthislongestimatedVvhet one knows that In ordi nary years the sell 50000 bushels pf elegant seed corn 100000 bushels of seed potatoes 100000 bushels of seed oats 50000 bushels of seed wheat 100000 bushels of pure clover and tlmo thy seeds together with an endless vege31lerots peas beahs lettuce radishes toma toes etcVThere is ono thing about the Salzer firm they never disappoint They always fill your order VflVftCOUflt of the enormous stocks they carryVSend them S cents for a package of their great prlz and Catalogue Ad dress John A Salzer Seed Co Box 182 LA Crosse His Sole Resting Place A precise Boston teacher spent a quarter of anibour in impressing upon her class the right pronunciation of the word vase Next day hoplng to reap the fruits of her labor she asked Now John nie tell hie What do you see on the mantlepiece at homeVAnd Johnnie pitied forth Fathers feet maamf Harpers Bazar Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense ot smell and completely derange the whole system when entering It through the surfaces Such articles should nver bemused except on prescrip tions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do ten fold to the good you can possibly ive from theta Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney A Toledo 0 contains no mercury and b taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and rajicoua surfaces ot the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It taken Internally and made In Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonials Iree Sold by Druggists Price per bottle Take Halls fOf constipation Tije Simple Life Hungry Gujest Afraid Im a bit late but hope I havent kept breakfast wait- Ing IVHpstessrCh I forgot to mention that were trying the no breakfast plan and fetl so much better for it We do tr stjt will have the same ef feet with yotiV EmThelike those 6fj the face grow worse as we grow old Rouchefoucauld Mrs Wlrislows Soothing SyrupV Forchlldren tcctblntr softens the gums reduces In HamuiaUonallaya paln cures wind colic 25ca bottle Father Time was probably nursed in they lapse of ages h 1irni PtiJ- V = n AL OHOL3 PER CENT ting theSlomachs andBoiiis of- l INFANTS CHILD RLN Promotes Digest nJCheerrul ness andRestCon rains neither OpiuwNorphine nor Minera- lNOIINVAnCOTICV Hvi cI Old PrSAHVElHlrllH j Afth7h SiV i JhHIrlIvIt lt 0VApcrtect Remedy iorConsIa iz ollr Stoma hDiarrhocil Worms Convulsions Feverish ncss nd Los OF SLEEP f SiiieSjature ci j c Tilt CENTAUR tOMPtNY- NEW YORK arIffiteedExct of Wrapper MEDICAL CO WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Need Lydia E PinkhamsV Vegetable Compound Brookfield MoTwo years Iwas unable to do any kind of work and ur6hnature mateTnec on them- LLI Hi the Change of Life got a bottle ot Lydia EPinkhamg ComIr ued its use lam il ll very grateful to yon for the good health I am now enjoyingMrs SABAff Street3rookfleldThe Change of Life Is the most critt Cal period of womans existence and neglect of health at this time incite disease and pain rememberknown to medicine that will so sue cessfully women through thisVperiod as Lydia E Plnkhama vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbVFor 80 years it has been curlngwoVmen the worst forms of femalVillsinflammation ulceration dis irregulatities nervous prostration Ifyou would like speelatadviceVabout your case a PIUkIIaDIVVtLynn and always helpfuL The Army of ConstipationV Is Growing Smaller Every Day CARTERS LITTLE LIVER PlUS a responziblethey only they permanently core M2 lionsasVthem for BMS MSS Ldireitiw Sick Heftfcde SaJnr SMALL PILL SMALLDOSE SMALL FUCK GENUINE must bear signature Hays HairHealth Never Falls to Restore Gray Hair to Natural Color and Beauty Stops its fallin out and positively removes Dandruff Is aet ftDye Refuse all substitutes Sroo andV soe ESendPbilo Hay Spec Co Newark N J U S AVSprIgfleidnooffer3forgOsuug ors oferlki Mortgage Gold BondsVsecured by in Southeast Missouri For particulars write Thee R Gibson President Ilooms 910 Leader Block SprtngfleldMo Yhll kinds coUectlDCfour quickUopklngon W N U CINCINNATI NO 131910 CASTORIA For Infants and ChildrenV The Kind You Have Always BOughtV BearsVtioV Signature of- I tI OS8 For Over Thirty YeirV VCATQRIA CIlTAUPAKT CWf1I onT ForDISTEMPER Chemists Pink Eye Eplzo tta Shipping Fever Catarrhal FrSure eoro and pocltlre prerentlTe no matter how horses iat anr art are lnteeW or exposed Liquid Rlrn on the auiacU on the Blood and Olands expels tapolol1OaIIgerma from tho body wire In Don sad sheep and Cholera te Largest remedy cane pe amoeg huass an41aenoKldnl 1remedy sad It a ISsad tl0a doses CUtthtI out St Show to7onrrugghst will jet It toryOu re Booklet Jpereaand Curss agents waatdV SPOHH Ceuti- atiI and actrIoIogIsI 60SHElt 11 USA rrTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 23 1910 To the SUN Correspondents At different times during the past fewmonths I have addressed an article to The carvespondeitts of the Sun espe te detinqtfent writerS As a rul- eliLtIsb4has been paid to these arti cleSyajBQllhave carefully noted and I Oft c gnd T jf the writers of local now Items realize their real value to tleftfito as well as the readers News Is thlyilal force of newspaper popular ity No puper can become especially favored unless it is one of good news capacity as well as an advertising medium Tile life of our local papers js newsnews ot all interesting charac teristics Marriages births deaths iires fighfs horse sales public saes etc any and all things that are actually new and original go to make up a good lengthy and interesting collection ot local briefs In my mind trom the nature of their comnuiXvitors several local reporters have an idea that a communication from the rural districts should consist of per sonals only mid this Ida is certainly misconstrued it is true that personals are good news items and are interesting to all to whom the correspondent is personally known yet lack any espe cial interest to those of other communities unless interspersed wjth dome thing of importance Dont leave off the personal side of your letters hereafter but add at least a few brevities of interest to outsiders then your letters will be read by all of the subscribers and appreciated by every reader Some will say he or she as the case may ber doesnt get anything outof it It is true the remuneration is small but the pleasure of work well done is worth a whole lot to us and costs us nothing A country paper needs the support of all publicspirited men children as much so as a wonumandI rant over whom we have and lose sleep then rush over to a neighbors borrow his paper and read a brief and concise account of his victory lose a whole day hUt ting up a copy of the county paper when 100 would pay for it for a whole year twelve long months and then The Sun would shine for you every week In the long run you are a loser and beside have a little mterest in your countys business once a year when you should manifest deep interest at all times Returning to our subject we firmly beieve that there is more pleasure it writing a letter to the county paper than can be derived in the same length of other source except it m Yihewrilin to a special friend Novlto begin with the next issue I hope to see every correspondent seud in a good breezy letter and keep at it UNO Stiff Neck oytheconfined to one side or to the bask on the neck and one side While it is of ted quite painful quick relief may be haf by applying Ghamuerlaing Liniment Not one case of rheumatism in ten re quires internal treatment When there isno fever and no swelling as in mus cular and chronic rheumatism XJsam berlains Liniment will accomplishmore tl n any internal treatment Far sale by VHaydon Drug Co t Strange Disease Glasgow Ky March 19 Thestrange diseasewhich has caused so much trou ble and severe loss among horses in the southern part of this county js still prevalent thoit somewhat abated So far to name has been given and a solution as to the cause is as far from being discovered as when the disease ffrst incite its appearance In all about fort horses and mules have been af flicted and several have diedAtone time G M Ellis had sixteen horses on his stock farm near Tracy sick With the disease three bi which died caus log a loss estimated at 3500 Besides these njany others have died The horses firstshow a symptom of weak back ind after suffering a short time get down and are unable to get up Some died ina few hours after the symptom vas noticed The disease has pusled the veterina rians wHo so jar haye been unable to name if and farmers and stock raisers in that section are alarmed over the matter Nothing like itjsas eyer been reportedintbiscounty before J A Pleasant Physic Wien you want a pleasant isicg- ive Chamberlains Stomach jidsBlver Tablets a trial They are inilH and gentle in their action and always produce a p1 asa d cathartic effect Call at The Leo Hayon Drug Co for sample Y DEEP CREEK A rlo accident occurred Wednesday Jo Mr J M fiarmori of Boyle county While he and MrGilbert Hat chett were hauling saw logs the wagon was wetumPd some of the logs fall ing Il Mn Mafttrt oyle anJ wife entertained as teir g its last Sunday Mr and MrMr and Mrs f Will Gole Mii Bin Coyle and Mr ands Mrs Woodie Covle Mr Berime Carpenter and sister Ka thie Averej III Harrodsburg Thursday ti hi Charlie Goyle and wife were Louisville selecting their spring mI ery goods r Wpodie Elliott entertained as his guests last Thursday night Miss May and Miss Maggie Coyle IYupg and Mrs George Elliott spent night with Mr Adam El liott of Boyle county IMiss Lottie Coyle spent last Sunday with Miss Maggie Coyle Mrs John M Harmon spant jwednpsdav with their daughter Mrs of Long Run Mr and Mrs James Best hadas their guests last Sunday Mr and Mrs Neo Elliott Mr and Mrs W H Elliott and son Leggie were in Springfield last Thurs cay on business Mr and Mrs W B Carpenter visit ed last Sunday Mr James Low near Mackviile Mrs Lizzie Mathlev who has been ill is sljawly improving Elliott rfros and Co wjiIl move their sawmill to W H Elli tts tarm in a few dajis Mr M B Elliott spent a few days in Loui Ville last week He returned home Sunday 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh falls Catarrh Cure is the only tlosltive cure now knowllto the medical fraternity a cpnstitutional diseare requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Cattarrh Cure is taken internally actingdirectly Uou the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the nd giving the pat ent strength by building up the- constitqtion and assisting nature doing its wor propriters have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars tor any case that it fai to care Send for list of of testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation What Our Subscribers Think of the Sun This office is constantly in receipt of results like the following Each succeeding mail not only brings remit tances from old subscribers but also adds to the mailinglist many newones Louisville Kyf March 22 1910 Springfield SUN- Springfield Ky Please find enclosed check for which you will kindly contInue your most wel come paber Itis certumly like a let ter from home Sincerely dgarWilson 240 Pope St Louisville iJ Huntsville Mo March 17 1910 Editorj Springfield SUN Enclosed find 100 to place me ahead Dont let it stop Cant do without it Keep it coming Respectfully WS CampUell A Man of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tremendoar en are never found whet e Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and KingsNewbody25cShipworm Threatens disaster The teredo or shipworm which In the days when vessels were made of timber was responsible for more dls asters than any other causeIs nov threatening the Canadian Umber trade = IMild Laxative for Baby Free The child of today is the parent ofI the future and whether it grows up healthy and strong Or puny and weak depends upon the intelligence of its parents for most children are born into the vorld healthy bur thousands become future weaklings between birth and the age of ten when the parents are still in greatest control The i rjnio cause of trouble Is In the stomach A bthy that Is digesting Its food seldom cries and Always looks cheer cuI the Wttie child whose stomach Is good rortps mild plays nnd never whines the giowinK Jijlld learns well at school and Is tftger for fun If Its head Is clear and Its stonwch UKlit and that means If It has jrir constipation ilie iYt and safest way to cure any Irregularity of the stomnch and bowels In chndJj is by the use qf Dr Caldwelis Syrup ThiS la a liquid laxative w H1fllin its effect as Mrs John W Dunham Apple Creek 0 Mrs H L nurjlerousI one 6Qc it bottle will flo a wonderful amount of good In a family It can bo given to any member or the family In constipation sour stomach indigestion torpid dyspepsia heartburn sick headache Land similar digestive trou leg It never gripes or strangles like pills tablets fIts and powders which should not be ven to children women or old er of bIused this grand laxative tonic send your name and address to the doctor and a free trial bottle will be sent to your home In this way yoU fan find out what it will do without personal expense t If there Is anythingabout your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There is no charge for this service The address Is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg J t Monticello For sale by The Red qossDrug Store Don CarlosBeautiful Bay Harniss and Szddlt Stallion f Will make the season Of 1910 at my niace 2J miles from Willisburg on Snarpsyill and Willisburg turnpike at 8 to Insure a Colt to Stand Suck byI1st dam by LeGrand 2nd dam by Don provenhparticular COXIEMy fine Jack Coxie win make tile s ason at the same time and place at S I to Insure a Colt to Stand and Suck Coxie is a Grey Jack coming 8 years o d sired by Burton CoxsBright Light 1 hands Jack 1st earn by Caldwells kant 16 hinds Lien retained on all colts until season if paid M ney due when colt is foaled o mare parted with Richard Riley THE SILK SPECIAL Fast Train That Carries the Raw Mm terial Across the Continent When a fast maul steamer from Yoko hama Shanghai or Cumon the great sJk ports ut the orient docks at van ctiuver Tacoma Seattle or San Fran cisco a special train stands ready on tie pier awaiting nir arrival It Is nut tie private conveyance ot some trans tortarioii king or multimillionaire or- t ally ot die passengers who throng tie decks nor eJlI SIt tarry tor the sucks of letters tnitn lie tur east itsI coaches do not snijne with the refut- elHe of varnish aiu plaie jLjiass Their isiint is dull and they are viiidowiess Ike express ars 41Ift1S to vard the ship arts opeul This special i the emperor of tjrainsJ It js reserved for tim costliest ot all rrphxhtraw silk Vbeti It staifts eastward its lad ijg will he worth a foruiiea million end a hull perhaps tvjo tulllions ot collars A giant locomotjve built for speed with driving wheels grimier in diam eter than the height ot a tall man backs dowu and is coU Tied on to the qars now sealed aud Ioekelanu ready With clanging bell and hissing steam the train glides out and wftb a burst 4 r speed that seems almost exultant takes the ilialu liue rails for the long journey Lhe silt must oe landed in iJew York in live days Even tile United States inn Us will not travel faster across the continent Day and tight the silk train rushes eastward ever mountains and plains across des erts and through great cities It never tops except to change engines Then it halts only frjr a moment Another fiaut locomotive oiled and groomed tnd lit is always vailing io hike lip the rice The silk train Is riiu as a special It j limited loses time and getsiu tile way the limited has to Ireron a sid iug while the silk train roars by in a Mhirhviud or dust The silk special lunson no schedule except lint ot the Ten test speed conslsieut with safety be cblet dispatcher or each division listens watchfully to the news ot its progress coming iu over the wires utterIthousand miles n way is ielng pre ared for The capabilitie4 of engi i eers md engines are tluiigtit fully dls mHiIIare liked Tracks Ire cleared i ud a thousand details arranged so hat there shall be no delay m hurl iug this huge projectile across the eon tiueut Harpers Weekly Poihts of Cats Worth Knowing The day is past when everything lint phrs or mews is considered a cat vorthuaring Wit the ever Increasing cult of the at ovniers are becoming more part ic iar aoout good points and considera te sttidy is expended by fanciers on he IINer8I1ryquallflntlons SpcIi qunJltl ltloIlS of course vary vitu tlio breed In long haired cats he ruff is the first thing to be consid rod The tufts or hair Ijptwoen the iocs nit oar tufts uiid the flexibility of he tall conio next pays Homb Clint With the short hUred cats the color IsOf great importnjjff UiulsO ate the yes ears and the 1ite of flu head 1VhIte cats should4 have blue eyns lack eats yellow eyes and itho e of ther colors green eyes Hero tare some of the good points toI le taken into consideration when Jug a cat Hoad Great brijadth between the- 4eS EyesrlJouiid and wide open Nose Shirt and tapered Frame fight tleop client udj LogsKStraljcht Ears Smnll md roiiDdod iSockThiri and grocerill nllHeit atl the end In long haired tats L Protecting Himself Prisoner ut tin liar said the port pumpons and lloritTmagistthUe vjrdlng to the London News vou are cinirgrd with stealing a pig a very S rlous ofroiiKeejn his distrirtj There tg lINn a groat doal lit pig stealing mid shall make an example of you- i none ot us will be safe Midnight Messages The hour grew late no you believe In mental telepa tyi naIled tilt first clubman T do answered the second club mu know what my wire is think lIS right now Washington Herald 11 t W E GREENE+ BarberShop tI have purchasedof Mr Raymond Nally his Barber iShop next to the Walton h the 4I business at the same stand telbandWll1conduct serye tmy customers and ask that your patronage Iamagent tor the Home Laundry of Louisviile and have a Dry Cleaning and Pressing establishment in connection with my 4 barber shop When wanting Laundrv done or your clothes need LT vrW WIII tl tt 4t + + 2tfftff 14ft th SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN i We earnestly request the patrons iof this column to notify us when you sell your stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this head nil persons who are sub tiadertiscmontsfarm products stock etc for SIde or wanted Land for sale or for rent not included but in sorted In department of the paper at very low rates for hash POSITIVELY noth tug but the above mentioned will bo run free P M Howard Rt 4 has for sale Cornish India Game eggs 1 50 and 2 for setting of 35 t Little Charley Martin has for sale lots of shugar cain seed cheep Mrs C N Willett Rt 2 has for sale Single Comb Brown Leghor ifjrgs Forbes strain first pen heade bv Teddy 2ond 150 ncr setting of 15 2ond p n10per setting Both pens are beaded by prize winners Mrs J S McElroy City has for sale Black Minorca eggs 50 Cents for 15 W M Young city has for sale good white seed corn Mrs R E Ros Rt 1 has for sale Single Comb White Leghorn eggsJ5c for 15 Mrs X I Martin Rt3 has for salb 21foJextra nice Light Brahama cockerel also eggs from choice stock penned per setting of 15 Premium Stock 1I King Comstock Rt 1 has for sate good second hand buggy TWO VIA Mrs Kent Blandford Rt 5has for sellSgot eggs for sale 100 for Turner nurnger Rt has for sale extra good year old milk Scow with youi calf mso good work horses PureBreMrs Sam Tucker Rt has for sale Rljotje Island Red eggs From pen SI and jvard centforsettingof fifteen TimerDerringer Rt has for sale lot of extra good baled straw Ms1t Brady Rt3 has for sale Pure lirjd Plymouth Rock Ogs 75 for getting of 15 Mrs RB Cregor Rt Lebanon has for sale SC Rhode Island Red from first prize winners Toledo Poultry Show DeGraffe strain 80c each Eggs from pen 75c for Brady Rt has for sale TIm- othy hay and Orchard Grass stubble hay and Orchard Graso Seed Jfi Peyton Rt has for sale lot of g0pd seed corn White Dant and YeHpw Grundy Rt lhas for sale from 150 to300 cedar posts Will sell reas- onai1e DJ Wil Rt has for sale about 2000 hickory split tobacco sticks Graves has for- salel about 200 River Water Maple shade trees 15cc and 20c each The Sun and Courle Journal Jl59 rs GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS OLpMED4 THE SUREGROWING KIND Arc safe proposition because buy them under guarantee that any shipment found be unsatis I factory be returned the shippers expense That means chance having poor seeds stock JDoesnt that make GOLD MEDAL SEEDS pretty goo- dS E ED S for you J M IRENTWILLISBURG KY LOW FARES TO THE WEST TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN LOUISVILLEAND ST LOUIS fflll r + + o l n 15 3 1 g 2 fo IS r 1 50 3 a L 3 j at 15 GJ L 3 4 a I T A B n 3 T J == a 05 us we can a to can at no of our in I a l Effective daily March 1 to April 15 1910 oneway colonist fares will be on sale via The to and North Pacific Coast Points 113720 3730 12foi75cnts Cockerels Springfield Kentucky proposition secondiclass HENDRRSQI ROUTE California from LouisvillcKy to San Francisrco LbS Angeles San DiegoCa and Phoenix rizl from Louisville Ky to Portland Seattle Everett and Spokane f SIMILAR LOW rA EkTO OTHER PACIFIC COAST JOINTS For Full Iuiormation Tite V P GARDNER Gp or Rip PENN TPA LOUItVILLEkY I tTWO TRAINSDAILY BETWEEN LO UISVILLE AND ST LOUIS VIA 1310I04 0 er8 Ie18t WEEKLY COURIERJOI RNALI Henry Wattersofy Editor fi jlsji national Newspaper Democratic in lr II politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The r erulajr price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY CPU IUER JOURNAL arid ThESUN R3oTH Qi v t ONE YEAR fOR ONLY i 15Q fllflio wlll give or sonl yoir ore to thisIr riot to the Courier burnal r 7 i rl Daily CourierJournal one year Sunday CourierJournal one yef 200 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper 4 SiSi i 11 SSOS Si t = I r Dr WFTrusfe t Practical Dentisfy I SPRINGFIELD KENTUCIJ Dental work at reasonable Xi1 lIfficer t B LfInsurance r SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accideni I r tiledworld Your insurance folicited T DR M W HYATTr OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE I SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 in 4 to mJ 5i t Dr J C Mudd K SPRINGFIELD KENTUCttr J 8TOIt1 Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to 2 PMi1 1 J H LAMPTO1MD Jc SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No38 T SCOTT M AYES jIWashingtonsndadJoiningcouzitjes Courts CCllcCHORDlJ v ltWillpractice rt6t i W D CLAYBROOKEfJ ATTYATLAWI Springfield Ky tensadneals f MARSHALL DUNCAN LA WTER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Buifding Washfxgibntad s M CAMPBELL f AUCTIONEER f v Springfield Ky Crying of public sales a srje battY go anywhere Terms able Phone 84 HfIiBILJSSELLII AUCTIONEELebanon Ky Rt 3 I If c sales a tttthan1tcheapest tExchange L JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director ftAnd Licensed EmbalmerJ 5PRINGFIELD i KENiibck J Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets arid Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night74 L l THEVyORLDSGREATESTSEWlKGMAGHINE LIGHT RUNNING H EVHOM fyou want either a Vibrating ShuttleLRotaty LUC1IJSowing THE NEW HOME SEWINI MACHINE CIMPANY f Orange Mat j Many sewing machines are made to sell reeardles ole quality but the New Home is made ip wear Our guaranty never runs out field by authorized dealers iy EdM Russellt f r