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J3 AdLJL L JiJ +i i 4 J If I 1J 0 rWJ t ijf 44L iti I 1 JIy itrrt 1 t tf DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYi L VtLEYI r SMINIFIELi ICY WEDNESDAY APRIL C IfIp NMKKI M DEATHS Miss Louise Montgomery Mrs Mary Mudd and Mr Lem Keeling Answer final Roll Call Miss Louise Montgomery a young woman of fine Christian character and a member of one at the best families in the county was summoned by death 4lastFriday The deceased had for some time bwn a sufferer from tuberculosis the disease which finally cut short her life Funeral Services were held Sunday morning and themterment Was in tnc family burying ground at St Rose J Miss lldnfgdmery was bprnin the St j Heee neighborhood about 31 years ago awi vas the daughter of the late R B juJNl HurnetvCrayprpft Montgomery Her life throughout was 1eor goodness and Christian charity the deceased having been member of the Catholic church Her worth was shown and the appreciation in which she was held by the large crowd which gathered at the funeral friends and relatives from far and near gathering at her bier tp show their grief The deceased leaves four brothers Messrs Frank J R Lurri and Alex I and two sisters Mrs Attie Blandford and Miss Mary Bell Montgomery News has reached here of the death of Mrs Mary Mudd which occurred nsLquisville Sunday morning Death was due to KWney tUbe from wfcch the decease bdbethaBufferer fpr s6mre years Funeral services fcereheld on Mphday morning at St Johns churchI ojStLouis vMrsai Mii d and before her marrIage was Miss 3 Mary Clements She was the daugh Llovd4ClementsRobert and Goo Clements of this caunty Mrs Mudd was 78 years of age and was born reared and mar xied in this co jnty and gpant her life here until 3 years ago when she went t9 Louisville to make her home Mrs Mudd is surviyed by her husband one daughter Mrs TJ Hamilton several gribdcbildren and the three brothers mentioned t 4 God has again shown us that this isinot our abiding home On Friday afternoon April 1 1910 the spirit of MrI Lem Keeling son of Mr and Mrs Ge Keeling winged hiq way tp that celes tial city Heaven a patient sufferer from that fatal disease consumption He was tw ntysix years pf age and was a devoted member of the Willisburgj Christian Church All that loving hands and skillful physicians could do was in vain and realizing that all hu- nan skill was a failure he gave himself up to the Supreme Being and died perfectly b ippy in his loves After a shord cQurse by Rev Grubbs UreIi n J tp restL the Willis bun cemetery next day r v He leaves a father Mr George Keeling and a mother Mrs Mary Keeling five sisters Mrs Florence Settles Mattie S Della May bell and Bdrtha and four brothers Eveiett Miltie Hyatt and Ira and a host of friends and relatives to mourn his death Marion County n Falcon and Entepnse A committee composed of Rev J A Hogarty R G Goodir Clem Hill SaniJ Spalding nd William Bickett r l the KiiglItsof Columbus I banonCpun0ii No 1264has closed a deal with W E Merkley for his residence property on the corner of Main and Depot streets Lebanon paying for the same an amount approaching 6000 The property will be used as a home by the Knights who contemplate building in the near future on the same lot and adjoining the residence a 3story hall and assembly room The hall will be used fpr public purposes and accommo date a thousand people Ed Miles rs of 1aboilafter a long illness of dropsy The funeral t services were conducted at St Charles church by Rev Father Her bert with requiem mass Monday andi interment was in the St Charles cemetery Deceased was a daughter of Mrs arleS Hamilton gild was a most esti faable young woman She is survived y ber mother sisters and two broth j j 1 ers besides her husband and eight young children 1t t Mrs Nelson Hays died at herhbrae northeast of Lebanon Tuesday fol ow ing a long illness of complicated stom ach trouble Deceased was 65 years of age and was highly respected The fu 1leiantHiHclurch dames Nannie Powar and Bessie eltson and four sons Gaither Tom Will and Harris Hays Fiscal Courtc FipcaJ Court adjourned today a ter having been in session two days The Jrl lpaL usines t c tdi Wal hEr passing on claims and cnemaKingof appropriations for the county turnpikes Tha peojeol the county will be gla to toidw lhatan incr6t1ai fl tfi Jturnpike J appropriation was made This islthe first time that the newly elected Wag straies have sat and the Court now consists of Judge Litsey County At tor ney Mayes and Magistrates Hendren Polin Gordon Willett Votow Hayo Damage Suit Ansel Phillips has filed suit against S W Royalty for 10000 damages tor malicious prosecution He m his petition that last Septembeir SqiireI Royalty maliciously had a ued against him falsely charging him with the crime of barn burning uoni o which warrant he was tried re Judge Hughes atfd held ever to he Grand Jury that it was fterwardspbe mitted to two Grand to return any indictment and he finally discharged He allegedl he expended 100 in the ment of counsel and that he has ben greatly damaged antj injured nn Ithe pf his acquaintenanees and friends t will be remembered that this is theS case in which blood hounds were u in an effort to locate the party vfhp jERankin viii tMrJfDWjte pusewip lives nar toW on the Lancaster pIke isquitejan f extensive sheep raiser has ng a careful study of the best nWns to prevent scabbies Recently in neineighborhood of 1000 old sheep lambs have died in the vicinity of pht xyville and the disease in fact lJasJ become quite general throughout the State Mr Whitehouse has commuhi cated with a number of the biggestt sheep men in the country and they are unanimous that the only successful yt to eradicate the disease is by the dip ping process Theieare several reliable sheep dips on the market and Mr Whitehouses advice to the farmeraj Isp that they begin at once to dip th sh efre they aw stricken dov- nwith4rare a ieprovmg sota all pfirts pf the Gpmmonwealih J Danville Advocate a How to Lure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff- We Ii1 desire to say that when we tcjpk the agency for EMO we were convJn ced that it was a valpable remedy fofr Eczema pimples And dandruff Y tiwe must frankly admit that Zemo has tar exceeded our expectations as a treit raent for skin diseases We are pleaded to state tharwe shallcpntuiuetheag ir cys Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our custbm ers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for external USAI ZEMO effects its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroy ing the germ life that causes the disease leaving the skin clear and hcjal thy Itdoes not sail the clothing Jor linen and can be used freely oil infans With every purchase we give a bock 1 let on skin diseases m simple woids explaining how any person can be cuied at home of any form of skin dr scarp diseases by this clean scientific reme ily Leo Haydon Druggist for Diseases ofthe Skin Nearly all diseases of the skin such as aczema tetter salt rheum and bar bers itch are characteri Jb by an n tense Itching and smarting which often makes life a burden and disturbs sleep and resh Quick relief may be had applying Chamberlins Salve Italians ftIyt BOOT LEGGERS r Jt trAnd Other Offenders Against The Law Latch it In Police Court Last Thursday was indeed a red letter day in Police Court when the police dragnet brought before His Honor preachers and laymen man and woman black and white old ind young boot leggers wife beaters an aggregation might be tempted to say equaling the crowd in rags and tags and velvet gowns whose approach to town was heralded by the bark of the dogs in Mother GoosesArid they all got fheirsiyun finps ranging trom 50 up mostly up The chief offenders were those who have been guilty of selling squirrel ndltfaeemsa if there has e4r 1i rkeen dD1 jtion m the sale AmongIwithout a license were Sager Smith Parson Grundv Jim Key and Ben Mc Elrov wha were touched up to the tune f 50ach Sherman Roundtree was fined flOO on one charge and 50 on anotner while his consort Della was called upon to go intoher stockinga la Eva Tanguay for 100 It c stTomI Smith 60 for selling whiskey in local option territory In the case of BenI McElroy charged with whipping his wife Judge Noe held that the common flaw as to wife beating was not in force n High street and fined Ben 25 As t cost Ben 50 to sell whiskey and only 25 tq whip his Wife the presumption is when Bnagain breaks the law if yer thebettexhal wilLjnpw something of itr The prosecuting witnesses in the liquor cases Were H Hays and W G Holliday to whom one of the defendants later declared he would never haVe sold had he known they were per- pecters slow THF BLUFF WORKED An Incident of The Days of Old and the Days of Gold tt in California iXjt Written for the SUN The Dead Oulch Pioneer was a titer ary gem on newspaper lines in the min ng town of that name in California in he early 60s The editor was a native f Arkansas a dead shot and one of theI most noted poker players in the Gulch which contained about 4000 people atI his time The working force was up of any tourists who hap ened along About the date of this incident three of the moat hopeless and reckless of the tribe had obtained tem orary emploympnton the three beers day and free lunch racket as a boo nus They were severally known as tacky Mountain Smith the Pilgrim n Oregon exhibit and Windy Tay or whose loquacity had won for him Jus title These boys were always readY for a fight or a folicif either produced liquid results The paner was well patronizedeven if some of the news dated back almost to the revolutionary war Sub scribers and advertisers were generally punctual in paying up as editor Browns gun practice was more feared than his peri There was one individual however who Went by the cognomen of Dog loosed Jeirry who ran a whiskey joint and general supply store a reputed bad man whd had become involved to the amount of about 50 dollars for advertising etc and no amount of moral suasion would induce him to li quidate Jerry usually visited Sacramento once a month for supplies and on one of these occasions he returned with a woman whom he introduced as his wife It turned out that she was the wife of another man and that the Dead Gulch Adonis had succeeded in alienating her affections H an unpar donable crime in the eyes of the miners pf those days The first married worn an who struck this camp was sup plied with a bodyguard night and day and was not permitted to perform any labor that they criild relieve her of When editor Brown had gathered al the known facts in the case he pub r r lished ahighly illuminated account of the affair literally exhausting the graphic burning1fftlmitF ragjt knew no bounds and he swore that he would clean out the Whole office and furnish a few 0 start the new cadaverstcemetery on The editor was duly notified by his friends of Jerry s intention and a scheme was hatched out at once toucall Jer rys bluff and go him one better That night the boys prospected the camp andunearthed a lot of oldgunnery etc that might have done duty with the pil grim fathers but which for all modern use was only fit for the junk shop The force spent an hour or two that night converting the erstwhile peaceful sari turn into something resembling aD arsenal and at the rehearsal the devil was stationed po as to lock the door af ter bur worthy had passed in The Avails were festooned with antiquoted cutlery and the boys were armed with in nocuous doublebarreled shotguns True to hisappointment Jerry entered the outer office at about 9 oclock with two army col s strapped on his hips and demanded to know where that dded- itor was and entering the sanctum found himself looking into the muzzles of three ominous looking shotguns backed bv a peremptory order to throw up his hands ihstanter with the alter- natIve of having his head blown off Up went his hands while the editor in his Afkansas drawl requested Mr Smith to remove the gentlemans we Dons as they might go off and hurt h mIThis was done and the editor in his politest manner spoke as fo1JowsMr Stimson I am led to understand that you manifested much concern lately about the lonesomeness existing in our new graveyard with which we fully agree and think it is about the proper season to begin plantin and have about concluded to let you have the honor of heading the brocession However thei e is a small matter of some 50 represent ted oil this bill here which if settled rnout have a bearmon vhecase What ideas have you in regard thereto Wall I reckonWsup fcqime said Jerry as he unloaded the dust and paid the bill Editor Brown then compla cently added These ere wepons are mighty dangerous tools to be carryin roundpromis us like and as we understand you are abut to moye out for fear you might git hurt in the packin well just tike care of them for the present Good day Dog Nose Jerry slunk away like a whippedcur and he was so unmercifulI ly guyed by the miners that he had to pack up and seek pastures new SJ A the Two SinnersI She was a woman worn and thin whom the world condemned for a single sn They cast her out of the kings highway and passed her by as they went to pray He was a man andI more to blame But the world spared him a breath of shame Beneath his feet he saw her lie but he raised his head and passed her by They were the people who went to pray at the temple of God on the Holy day The scorned the woman forgave tI e man twas ever thus since the world began Time passed on the woman died on ero of shame showas crucified The world was stern artdwptjld not Yl and they burfedhr in the potters field The man died too and they buried him Jn a casket of cloth with silver bum and said as they turned from the grave away We have buried a noble man today Two mortals knocked at heavens gate stood tace to face to inquire their fate He carried anassport with an earthly sign but she a pardon from love divine Of ye who Judge twixt virtue and vice which think ye entered paradise Not he whom the world had said would win for the woman alone was ushered in Ex Its The VorId Best No one has ever made a salve ointment or balm to compare With Bucl lens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healing of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds BoilH Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sore sIat Haydon Robertson t WEDDINGS Miss Marie Mudd and Mr Thqs Wheatley Married Today Engagements of Social Interest Announced Miss Marie Mudd and Mr Thos W Wlieatley were made man and wife by a beautiful and impressive wedding ser vice at St Rose this afternoon at 530 The attendants were Messrs Manuel Mudd Louis Kelly Will Kobertson and Mr Keene A beautiful musical program was rendered during tne cere imony The bride is the daughter of Mr CB Mudd but has recently made her home with her aunt Mrs Monroe Cecil She is a beautiful and accomplished young lady Mr Wheatley is jone of the best known young farmers land stock traderof the county We extendcongratulationa H Mrs Kate Spalding of Lebanon has announced the engagement of her daughter Miss Mary Katherine Spald jng and Mr Chas William Hagan of this place The marriage ceremony Will be performed by Rev J A Hog arty at St Augustines church Lebanon April 28 at 830 a m Miss Spalding is Well known to Springfield society as she has often visited here where she is quite popular Hr Hagan was born ano reared here and is one of the best business men whom Springfield has produced LIMr and Mrs John C Talbott of Bardstown announce the engagement pf their daughter Miss Mary Teresa Talbott to Mr Samuel J Spalding of Lebanon The weeding will take place in May Miss Talbott has frequently vlsiteq in Springfield Good Cough Medkiae fo Children TheetSon for coughs and colds is now at hand and too musji care cannot be used to protect the children A child is much more likely tp contract diphth eria or scarlet sever when he has a cold The quicker you cure his cold the less the risk Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the sole reliance of many mothers and few of those who have tried it are will to use any other Mrs RF Starcher of Ripley W Va says VI have never used anythingother than Chamberlains Cough Remedy for myI childreh and it has 11opium 0iO OOooaosoio9oOO THERES NO ot 1 I GUESS WORK S about this drug store serjnceT We employ only puredrugstbelrst S place and we measure accurately even the most common articl We Jespecially invite your pijeecription O work as our system of checking and the character ot our drus mike it uterly impossible to make a mistake THE LEO NAYDON DRUI Cl 4THE PREscRirnoN TORE 0 6v fv it MACKYILttl i Mr John Baker and wife entertaiwwjb as their guests last ciundjjv Mr aiMl Mrs Theuphilus Suttles nd Mr awi Mrs 00 Cloyd Miss Anna Riley of FenVick M a guest of Miss Naqmi SweeJeTreastiy Mrs Joe Robbers wM called to the bedside of he athferf Mr Geo Gibbs of Louisville Sunday MIss Beulah Thompson who has bee attending school at Bowing Green fer some time has returned he lie pa a vis it ttMr and Mrs J A Sharp ire ii oraertWilUsburgMrs Fannie Isham and 4ii Emmett of Harrodsburg were here Friday on a visit IISeveral from here attenaedthe sakf at W W Hatchetts in Perryvilfe oa Saturday Mr Logue Brown who Vaa edited t the bedside of his mother Has returned home 1 Three new houses ar in t ciofv construction here and will soon b com pleted 7 Mrs Eliza Brown is impiovingslow ly at this wnting IfMr and Mrs W WiU amofthlll place spent Saturday and Sunday witlf relatives at Harrodsburg The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Shewmaker of this place isre fcMrC of this place spent Saturday with hw brother in Cornishville Miss Aileen Brown ol Seympur Ind who wafe called to the bedside of her grandmother Mrs Eliza Brown ham returned home Mr and Mrs Will Lo ofQi place pent Sunday in Perryville r f Skin Diseases Quickly Cured tra Simple Home Remedy If you are suffering trpnk any form of skin or scalp disease would jyou like to get prompt relief and be pe mari eet- ly cured by a clean liquid preparatioai for external use Mr Lep Haadaa the druggist has this remedy ir stock and wants his customers to knpvr tbatit 18 recommended for Eczema Blackhead Pimples Dandruff Tetfer ard other diseases of the skin and sci Iij Zero has made some remarkhbkj cires anti with each purchase fof Zem4 Mr Le Hoydon will give you a bOoklrtian skia diseases and you can your ewi yourlornwithoUt boom epf time from business by this cl aa simpl preparabont SQeQSDiQQQQsQQsp PaJama1 1 for wide awake sleepers arid slum a her garments of every defcriptioa here The Qld style night sfeirt for i men who like them for those of more aiodemtqt 12either case You get a Oicenotto be had in the ordinary mObs furnishing Q I Rood store But tIns ja not an orninary one Youll knptf that tHQdoor I Grtixidy Mclniiire aUeOeooeoeoeoeoeoe OeO o QQQQOQPQQQe c The Traveling Optician l r Q 4invitescrerous proposition You can no rmore IS best suited for m your eyes tUJIJ PU can prescribe for your lfwheft tlit Have us examine your eyes thoroughly and expertly Thsr if fI y u need bsees youll get the fltktSkind LaEd M Ru e fJELaaA1wmcIA1s 1 4QQQU Q I L ttf r j7 F rcT r tiJ f 1 j ftI J The Springfield Sun r H t SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Cdrm may be king but he comes im Ike shape ot pork That proposed copper merger seems trail lined with gold It is a cold day when a packer cant Zraw a first page head t dont say in fashion any logger than omens hats All are turning to higher things the higher cost of living in particular A spring without spring poots would De a delightful but Impossible season r Have you ascertained the truth of the statement that kissing is danger ous The price of beef appears to have v fallen into its same old bad habit of goingtip AH those explanations about the caUfte for high prices do not seem to lower them any It takes more than a fire to break up abridge whist party when the ladles get fairly started Detroit man has eloped with his wifes mother He will find this is no otherinlaw joke One trust after another is making the discovery that the laws of the United States mUst be obeyed t Let the aviator who talk of the heights 10 which they have soared look at the price of hogs and be silent groundJiognot because he thought spring had ooma The rush of Americans to Euro pears resorts may be due partly tot Ithe number of grand juries which are probing s poorlowntroddenfew tifores of hilts to sell at record freaking prices Senor Pedrp Calarenas the richest man fIr Mexico is also trying to die poor He gives avay more than a million dollars a year Belgiums riew king is an enthusiast ic1 collector of stamps This is less expensive than the fads of his predecessor on the throne Uncle Sam has a new gun with a jarsthecalled a concealed weapon Thirtytwo pancakes at one sitting That Des Moines story sounds like that of the man who ate flannel cakes and woke up to find half the blanket gone This year all spring poets will be forgiven for the winter has been such as to almost justify an exuberant outbreak Into song or the semblance thereof once It is over There is nothing the matter with New Yorks subway except that It is overcrowded Its tubes will also be come congested It Isa town that al ways outgrows public conveniences The decision of the appellate divis Son that a divorced man need not pay alimony tQa former wife when she zrarriee again should strike the see md husband favorably in his selfre spect The plan of the California superin tendent of education to require less work for school children at their bosses does not of course apply to doing the chores and keeping the back yard clean A New Jersey man threatened his wife with divorce because she joine the boycott and would not give him seat The beef magnates should make some substantial recognition of so determined a stand in their inter ems s Peo le who have received with ab solute indifference reports that ten twenty or fiftydollar counterfeit bills were in circulation are now seriously disturbed A counterfeit 1 silver cer tificatf of good workmanship has beer discovered One of the many causes contribu ting to the panic Of 1907 was the slump In copper due to the decline In demand Now the market reports show a large gain in copper sales with the consumption for January 43 = tOOOOO pounds in excess of production for that month The growing use of copper means increased activity in various branches of industry and hence shows that business continues mo the up gradeIWhen colpred eggs are In vogue we can expect the turkey to lay black ones at Thanksgiving time tokens of aaourning for1 departed sisters Immigration made a big record last year and the indications are that this years figures will be even larger And with suXJh an inpouring greater becomes the necessity for a careful ex amlnatibt at all ports of entry Gov ernment officials must be compelled to dOftheir work thoroughly and see that no undesirables from say foralg a 1 are allowed to land j I r ccccocr PerI1cb v k Ai t tydiamondslady of wealth may possess to S 1earst f i roused to covet ousness by the 1 sight of pearlsXThere is some jInof pearls arunda white neck and they are tO most women the most desirable jewel of all But they must be large or in quantity and they are if good costly in the extreme The small pearls one sees seed pearls are cheap but still seta about a large diamond in a ring they seem to improve the kdiamond and at the same time to derive some otlb virtue from their neighborhood The pearl is all the more sought after because unlike otherpre cious stones no amount of artifi cial treatment such cutting or polishing can enhance its beau ties Natures workmanship must be perfect and untouched Wand the pearl comes to you exactly as it emerges from the oyster On the other hand it has this disadvan tage It Is liable to discoloration and the only way is to give itarest from too much contact with the skin Still that is not the onlyrstone whi h suffers discoloration Was it not the famous necklace of i Marie Antoinette preserved iin a guarded case in a museum which after nonuse began to lose yearrof had to be worn at r Inte r to give it its pristine beauty The value of the pearl is com parable with that of the most cost ly gems Its price varies with its r size form land general beauty of appearance A pearl of the first symmetricalform color betranslucentand a perfect luster and it Iso happens that It is rare to get perfectshape mUrwhite thattheware anuniformwhiteThe he pearls Is much more in proportion than thata single pearl for it may take years to get tol insizeofblackcould not think that your string was anyway unique To seek a nlqUe pearl one must go to the Hope collection where there is one almost as large as whichiscaratsdamong the Fiench crown jewels which is valued at 40000 There are other pearls however of distorted shape called baroque pearls and of these the most famous Is the great Southern Cross which is formed of DIne beautiful pure white lustrous pearls naturally formed in the shape of a cross one inch In length for which your offer would start at 50000 if you wished to buy it To supply the world of women with pearls the Ceylon government administration yearly proclaims a fishery determining whether or not it should be held by examination and a sample catch from tho government banl s Then if the narine biologist who Is in charge declares that the number of oysters warrants a fishery the news files like lightning through the east and the army of pearl divers coolies merchants pearl buyers and speculators move as fast as they can andortyntalSeamagic a town of 40000 inhabitants arises out of the sand ijhere is no magic about it forthe houses of the Itown are easily built A rough framework of tree branches is formed and Over it as roof and walls are put the mats known as cadjan formed of the woven leaves of the cocoa- nut or date palm But there are also more pretentious buildings erected for the use of the government officials residency postofllde hospital court house while there are streets lanes street lamps all the conveniences of a proper town The aristocrats of the town outside of the officials are the divers and they disdain to do anything but dive having their own servants who attend to the ropes and keep an eye on the oysters brought up Each morning the fishing fleet sets put some SOO odd vessels some of them carrying as many as 30 divers their servants sailors and hangers on When the fishing ground is reached the dive r takes hlabasket draws a long breath steps on to the heavy stone hung by a rope and is plunged d 4 i ft y qr xKIawpyavr MJaD4- UYP BP111GJ1Yt rooo X INfrGv by his attendant to the bottom seven or eight fathoms below Filling his basket rapidly he is drawn up and repeats the operation as often as he can About two in the afternoon the government gunboat fires a gun and the fleet sets sail back As there are no wharves the oysters are carried on shore and deposited In thduJtottu the strong porters As soon as the shells are deposited they are counted twothirds going to the government as their share the other one thlyd going to the boat which brings them In At sunset the shells are auctioned by the thousand and there is fierce competition for who knows what the lottery of chance may bring them in pearls The oysters brought are then removed apart by each buyer and placed In his compound where they are carefully guarded till the sun beats upon them putrefaction sets in and the begins to disgorge its treasure Then the malodorous contents of the shell are washed in vats apd the residue yields my ladys pearls 00000000 WOE OF HINDOO WOMEN J8 o When a Buddhist prays he Implores his god that when he dies he shall not be cursed bybe ing born again as a woman or as vermin That is the attitude of the native men of India toward women and against which the missionaries in the Orient are directing all their energy Dr Eleanor Stephenson a Brooklyn woman who has been practicing medicine in India for Ithfee years and who will return to her work there soon makes an appeal to American women- o go out there the News York Evening Telegram says I want the women here to realize what it means to be born in America she said recently MTo be born where a woman is the backbone of the man his strength and help in every way why out In Ahmednagar where my work Is a woman is no more than an animal She is fort e purpose of raising children and that is all A man thinks more of his cowIf he is lucky e wifeThi will rail In a man to give her medical or sur glial treatment That shows tho need for women plysiclans In the Orient In Ahmednagar which is an Inland plateau ab ut a hundred miles from Bombay there are twa physicians Dr Ruth Hume and Dr Stephen sob and one American trained nurse Miss John eon Under Miss Johnson there are 14 native women who have had some slight training and the se help with the nursing In the mission hos pitil which this handful of women run 15000 pe pIe were treated last year an average of 41 a ay These folk have come from a radius of nb ut 50 miles though some special cases have come as far as 300 miles The Rev Alden H Clark who is an educa tioial missionary at the same plaoi s Dr StfrJ1 phenson gives Eome interesting fig ures about the number of nurses and doctors in the Orient There are probably 1esays not more than 100 nurses in the entire missionary tforlfl and there 8000 0000 people in nonChristian lands who have no med- Ical aid except missionary psysicians All Christendom has sent out only 689 medical missionaries male or female and this maintains 348 hospitals 97 leper asylumsand 2L classes for native women Onephysiclanwho had no nurse to help him treated 18000 cases In a year Soyou see that the supply of trained medical assistance is wpfnlly Inadequate In Calcutta which has the best facilities In the OrIent threefifths of the population die without any doctor or other tralned medical assistance In their final Illness In China then I Tf 1011 YtOi= Qt1n1IGUYIIl OYcP72itcffI Is probably one American or European trained do tor 40 every million and a half of people In the United States there ate 160000 physicians and 22 000 nurses an aye of one physician to every 550 pqoplettlOf course we do a great deal of actual nurs ing and that is most important Dr Stephenson saya but another which Is even bigger is this We show women who have thought then selves wholly unloved that some one cares lor- them They know that there is a very small money consideration given us and that what we do is done for love So they love us When J see woman physicians struggling for a living here and know what a field there is In India i feel as though they must be told The kind of work I have been doing is a ter respecastect S standing One woman whom I treated came to me with her entire arm in a gangrenous condition She had pricked her finger seven months before at the time of her husbands death On account of her caste she could not so much as leave house for the seven months during which tf thee septicemia set in and went up as far as her shoul der I told her that herr arm would have to be amputated She refused absolutely to part with It and died as a result Another woman burned her knee and turned up at the hospital five months ter with that part of her leg In terrible condition The leg was cut off and the woman inadtia perfect recovery I went many miles into the interior to see an Injured woman She had fallen down a well and was fearfully bruised all over I found her lying on the floor grinding corn every turn of her arm causing the must intense agony She couldnt bear to have me even touch her she was suffer n I told her husband she had to be taken to the hospital or sbe would die and he asked who would cook the bread If she were gone He refused to allow her to go All 1 could do was to leave a little medicine Dr Stephenson finds that the natives invariably prefer using ointments to clean dressings Women come in numbers to ointments for raw sores where thelrhusbandshave beaten and cut them and they are full of gratitude to the doctor She finds that those of high class are just as bru tally treated and Just as grateful as the lowest Transmigration is one of the strongest beliefs In India she says and on that account the people will not kill any animal not even a flea As fe result the poor homes aro overrun with bedbu love4nds And another of their ideas is that we dont now anything about raising babies Hindi a mothers without exception give opium to the ff 1ljabies to make them sleep while they work in the As a result a large proportion of the little i Hindoo babies die before they are a year old Most of the work among tho natives is surgical and the 1 If1Jecbut know nothing of the use of th a kiifi r JtHINDUS ALARMED AND MtlfV fSpread of Christianity Threaten Whole Structure Of HinduisJn With Overthrow Hinduism is awakening to thejfacf that if the great substrata lJdusociety known as the depressed be raised by Christianity the whole structure of Hinduism Is theatened with overthrow This awakening ife being followed by efforts in various parts for the improvement of these poor people The latest Is a m veximent in Ahmedabad In that city t atWhicliclasses was encouraged and In which they were allowed to sit beside caste people Resolutions were passed wf the formation of a Central Hindu oo elation which should have for Its ib oects the raising of the depressed classes and their readmission 1 Hinduism after being converts to for elgn faiths As to the means to be adopted for realizing these objects the following suggestions were mad a Starting schools clubs and ass K ciatibns b establishing preach g missions Cc publishing paper periodicals magazines and leaflets d adopting such other means as m f be conducive to the above objects vft NO HEALTHY SKIN LEFT Z My little son a boy of flue brofe out with an itching rash Three doc v tors prescribed for him but he kept Ihfmme to try a certain medical Heger but Its treatment did no good r the time I was Induced to try Cuti curs he was so bad that I hadto cufi his hall off and put the Cuticura o nt meat on hint on bandages as it was impossible to touch with the bare hand There was not one square Inch of skin on his whole body that was not affected He was one mass prs sores The bandages used to stick to4 his skin and in removing them it used to take the skin oil with them andJ the screams from the poor child wefe4 heartbreaking I began to think that he would never get well but after the l second application of Cuticura OI it ment I began to see signs of improvef y ment and with the third and fourthaapplications the sores commenced too twentYtlinestreatment Now I can say that he 1st entirely cured and a stronger andj healthier boy you never saw than Is today twelve years or more since i the cure was ffected RobertWattam 1148 Portyeighth St Chicago IlL f Oct 9 1909 Vr Unpublished UtterancesU t Herein Is set down a hitherto un i tMISa boodely boodely boodely boo dood 4ely doodely dool It was his favorite C way of addressing babies Carlyle mj 1 variably addressed babies thus Kookey kookey kookey koo kbokejr kookey koo Occasionally he varied that with Keekey keekey keekey Jkee keekey keekey kee Shake speares conversation with babies was this Too rosey Too rosY Sir Francis Bacons was simply Klklk David Hume said Boo Charles Dickens used to say Heao taint oW NewtonCsay George Eliot used to say Curinih sin BurdiePuck The Right Spirit Apropos of Valentine day a passenigar on the Bermudian said i Mark Twain once told us InalittleEValentine day speech on of an Irish wooer who had the right val1 satins spirit Acceptance or rejections i he could take with equal grace Will ye be my valentine he said oh February 14 to the girl he loyed No she replied I am anot He heaved a sigh and said t Shure thin darling I wish yeL was twins so that I could have atL lasts the half of ye 4 Rosin Rots Things Rosin is good for fiddle bows but iwhen it is put in a soap to vet Itweight and holds It together it gets Into the clothes and rots them It holds athe dirt there too Get a good clean Iipure soapget EaSY Task soap Its i made of cocoanut oil borax naphtha and clean tallow and It takes the boiling and the rubbing and the allday labor out of washday And it doesnt make the hands red and sore and ugly Acake costs onlyjive cents theres noi economy in using the oldfashioned kinds Sometimes T Hiss Blithely Interested in science i Can one get shock from a teleV 1gThe Professor That depends fly dear young lady on who is talking afe t the other sarihi A P You may have noticed that a woman lnever finds a play uninteresting If the I leading lady wears a different gown hieach act Pettlts Eye Salve First Sold In ItOJ ii100 yews pales increase yearly wonderr W ful remedy cured millions weak Aljdruggists or Howard Bros Buffalo c Many an1 otherwise truthful woman j liesabout the amount of money tier husband is making gtiONIY ONE BKOMO QUnOJfE wthn1oretoCnre aCold la Ono Lot 2c A man seldom has enough spare time to convince a woman that shesV mistaken Mr 1VInsIowt oothla rotclilldrento tliln foftenst6eQumaTedccethnl tlammaUonallnrip w J r The best people on earth are your wifes folksso she thirsts t tiz I II1 11dI z dflKTo ACTIONS f CONYENTIONS Gatherings of State Bodies Are Especially Interesting at v This Time atco71A 1r F 4UESTIOG UPPERMOST president Anxious That Republican Meetings Shall Indorse the Meas lire Income Tax Chances Rots Letter td Roosevelt Third Term Issue f iW shipgtonWithin a short time a good m states that are normally RQPublican or in most of which at least tim Republicans have more than a fighting chance of victory will hold conventions for the adoption of platforms and the nomination of state of t InhlliIn Illinois he is anxious that his ad ministration as a whole shall be in 1rlorsed by the conventions and that I specific mention shall be made InI words of commendation of the Payne Aldrich tariff bill This desire of the president to haveI the Republicans of the different states omc Indorse the measure to jhfchlle gave his own sanction when signed it and later In his speech at Winona Minnesota Is likely to be provocative of trouble in a vimajoritydiana state convention will be held soon and there perhaps the qUestion of whether or not to indorse the tariff act is the most crucial It was supppsed until recently that Mr Taft would rest content with a strong indorsement of his admlnistra frilionupon Republicans the necessity of giv- Ing specific sanction to the tariff bill but the president seemingly has In a mind a thought that Inasmuch as th tariff law Is a party act anY ignorin- of it In convention resolutions would lie tantamount to an actual declara sectioniss Not All Pleased with Bill I is not at all a partisan view for the facts are too plain to be denied that there Is In the Republican ranks In some places decided dissatisfaction thte Istratlon Knows this and all the mem ofthe administrations pariy rknow It and the party members real Ize and say publicly that the situation filch will confront them In the s te conventions Is a delicate one glicanscongress and whose terms of office expired last March who have been i Washington to tell the president tha while li is possible that they were d tented ibecause they were high tars amen 16 is nevertheless true that th utandpat element of the party eve in the states where downward vision principles are popular is st strong and that this element wo resent at the polls any attempt to sidetrack resolutions Indorsing all of the acts of the administration Including of course that which led to the signingof the tariff bill The Revisiondownward Republicans especially those from states where ladanatariff bill Is indorsed In the state con ventlons thousands upon thousands of Republicans either will stay away from the polls or will go there to vote the Democratic ticket So It Is that the president has had both sides of the matter put up to him and he has been forced to determine what to fie apparently thinks that because tariff bill was a Republican measure the members of the party even though they do not like the tariff law should smother their dislikes and be to have the measure indorsed tasond to which the party has given t hs adherence JI he Situation In Indiana In Indiana when some of the Repub Mean district conventions were held iior the purpose of choosing state com mitteemen the administration was given support In resolutions but as far as the tariff was concerned the delegates contented themselves with commending President Taft for his earnest efforts to secure ifereal tariff commission The Democrats and some of the hightariff Republicans say that this was simply beating the devil around the stump and that the sin Sling out of the tariff commission et torts of the president for approbation simply resulted in calling sharp alten tlon tb the fact that words of praise for the main tariff act had been with field It is Impossible yet to tell what the Indiana State Republican convention will do in the matter of the tariff The Democrats shy they do not care much fthetber the Hoosier Republicans In dorse1 the tariff act or not for If ix is Indorsed the lowtariff Republicans will be disgruntled and if it is not dorsed the disgruntlement will bo that of the hightariff Republicans The foribemand the Republicans declare that their party always has had the ability dangerbeing of i m jninent and they express the belief that history will repeat itself in the bear uture TaxV the proposed emendment to the consti- t tug r t lion of the United Stater which will allow the impMttibnjpjC tax 6n incomes another southern state declined to ratify the provision keepIng arebothcongressbutsharp difference of opinion as to whether such a tax law ever properly could be enforced because of the proneness of men to hide too facts the Amount of their in me Theproposeqamendment to the will make legal be yond all question the laying of the tax on incomes Iras been ratified already by the following states South Illinoised by Virginia The legislatures of the following itit s are either now in session or have Just adjourned and as yet no a tioit s been taken by them amendmentRhodeNew Jersey New York and Maryland JWhy It Was Submltted to States duringtheRepubUcan1eaders amendment to the constitution should legislaturesfordone In order to discourage income tax debate and the introduction of amendments to the tariff bill Of course it is not intended to say that the administration was not sincere in leglsiatlontive form put on safe constitutional belleyedibatPresldentTaft ded it can be shown that it nee essary in order to raise revenue b his Mends say his judicial mind ia legISiaUonless It Is absolutely certain thaMt has the constitution back of It nyfriends conemeasure come from the west and while the foes as a rule come efrom the east and northeast Three fourths of the state legislatures must ratify the proposed amendment before- it can be put into form and be given a place in the constitution of the United States Within the next year 21 states through their legislatures will have a chance to ratify tho amendment The states that have ratified it and those whose legislatures are now in session but have taken no action already have been named The legislatures pf the Ipllowing states Will meet and either sanction reject or ignore the amendment within the next year Indiana Iowa Missouri Minnesota Arkansas Louisiana Kan sas Nebraska Nevada North Caroline Michigan Georgia Colorado Ore on North Dakota South Dakota Wy Washington Wisconsin Texas and Tennessee Doubtfult opln theffstatesnthe late spring or summer 6f this willdin these 12 there is great doubt whether affirmative action on the amendment will be taken The 12 states are California Connecticut Delaware Florida Idaho Maine Mon PennsYlva1laUtah Informedh Inhiswritten to him by Senator EHhu Root of New York and giving in outline an account of the Taft administration from the fourth day of last March up to the time that the letter was penned yearthe doubt that the New York senator who was Mr Roosevelts secretary of state wrote the letter In the hope that It would offset the statements of a num her of people who had gono out to meet Mr Roosevelt to tell him that from their point of view that of progression the Taft administration has been a dire failure In several speeches made recently by Democrats of prominence and in one or two letters by men of that party of almost equal prominence It has been held that Mr Roosevelt himself is likely to be a big figure in the next national election In these Demo cratlc epistles there has been lacking something specific detail and opln ion is pretty evenly divided as to whether the present minority party hopes that the former president will again be a candidate or that the hope is ho will sanction the Taft admlnls tratlon and continue to support It through Its present term Including the time when the present president may be a candidate for reelection Rely on Third Term Issue There are many leading Democrats In Washington Champ Clark among them who seem to believe that it Mr Roosevelt should bo nominated again for the presidency the feeling against a third term on the part of the American people would be sure to de feat him for office The Democrats alsu are maintaining that if Mr Roosevelt indorses the Taft administration and continues to give It sanction and by the force of his support brings about the renom inatlon of the president for another term the socalled Progressives among tho Republicans who to some extent already seem to have deserted Mr Taft at times finally Will desert Mr Roosevelt and will pay noheed ta his voice or his writings i GEORGE CLINTON n t IJLLA Ihe SpringSliit ti it d ffRlOTLY tailored lines are the S accepted thing for spring suits The re is a smartness in these severe jmodels which is not gained in the dre sy suits Then too the more conservative designs ore safer as a plain ti ilormade costume is always In good style no matter what more striking fashions either beautifulor absurd may be in the running at the same tine The IIsUnction rQ good tailor made in the arrangement of the cuffs collar and button placing and It Is a chic novelty In these details that marks the first showing of suibas entirely of this years vintage I Somf the cuffs and collars are faced vih the material butther3 is more cachet to the a illtheslightly oubled and they fasten with one two or three buttons The coats are short but not unbecomingly so The slejeires are on the straightcoat sleeve Ies fitting into the armhole with limb or no fullness The skirts clear thground well some being shorter tnan others Two Inches from the floor jis a good practical length Tfcerp is no skirt so universally bee coming as the plaited model and it it to be the fashionable thing for the spring stilt 7ne plaits are ar rangedln various ways prettily grouped or coming below a yoke Both box and side plaits will be used Very fetching are the fabrics for the delightful spring raiment and charming color adds its attractiveness to the beauty of the weaves Coarse open rough finished goods though very light In weight are the latest DIRECT FROM PARIS Trlcone of molecolored felt lined with black velvet a kmjt drawn through a steel clasp holding a molegray feather Little Girls Dress A girl of six years has a pretty plna tore dress of white linen having a panel front and back with threo large scallops with small ones between the tops and bottom The sides ar plalnted to give desired fullness and tho small sleeve caps are notched All notches are outlined with blue embroidery Ina dainty Button bole stitch The button holes are wOrked with blue and the buttons are white pearl with blue centers The dyes- is In one piece to be worn with shee gulinpe A Novel Dryeri The woman who goes Irj for beauty fads has now adopted the slapping method of drying After the bath Instead of dryin g with a Turkish towel she slaps herself dry with light even strokes of the palm of her hand and fingers Thls is spppsed to have a benefi cent effect on circulation and is eSe p clally recommended to those who are subject tp a dead feeling of the limbs i t fancies and white threadsare wove In gVing a lovely light sIlvery tone whiclTH most effective t Green rose biscuit tan gray blue and a grayish lavender axe among the popular shades in th MfashIanabIe cheviots homespunsand allied fabrics Dark blue and medium K1aywlll be worn for mbre practical suits and es pecially for long coat fQr motoring traveling or suchvputdoorVear White serge Is one of the lovelier of all materials for the better suit and no modish outfit Is quite complete without one of these smart cretins a The suits and coats of the accom panying sketch givea general idea of the trend of fashlori for the first spring days The lopse coat of the first sketch is an allaround useful garment for motoring It is of navy serge of a loose wide wale with black satin gold buttons black corda and a hood faced with navy silk dotted In white UgbtsOftblueand cuffs andanoddllnlshabove the fastening made latching sputache and wee croc te buttons It Is an excellent model too for a white serge suit The long cpatis of dark blue serge copperblack and silver Such a coat will be very useful for a woman who goe about a good deal on the cars oI train The remaining suit Is a practical comfortable affair fOr everyday wear in green cheviot with black satin but tons and collar and rovers of natural pongee COLORS THAT SUIT YOUT rAnything Bright ls Good But Comb nations Are to Be Skill dully Handled Et There Is undoubtedly an age colors The clear blues reds pln and yellows belong to youth and themThepastel shades the lavenders t shaded purples and the shadow greens must be our lot Therefore gather ye rosebuds white ye m and glory in all the fresh beautii JIt is bright too loud for a young girl It the combination of two or more color replenIshingcolors be chosen which will combine with those already got fewer mistakes will be made and the numb of perfectly hideous hals or froc hung In forgotten clothes presses would soon diminish It Is a mistake for a young girl eliminate all the stronger colors fro her belongings for she and she alon can do them justlc Making a Paper Hat In these days of fancy paper c tumes a girl should know how to make an effective hat Tear crepe paper Into twoinch strips the length of the plaitcloselyCover a wire frame these braids and face under part of brim mulle to a paper flow ers roses poppies or carnations and arrange them on the hat with a band of dull green brown or black glazed paper to represent velvet Polka Dots ornamentatlr on a and en rich the trousseau of a recent bride The colored dots form a line down the front box plait and the plaits each side They also run down t top of the sleeve and cover the entire four inch guff and the attached hi collar A plaiting of the plain wh material extends down one side of the front plait and this is edged with narrow lInp of plaifc color The Paris Shades In Paris the redpink shades of Tel vet fiiid many admirers but purplM greens and blues are close rivals t f State News Items ANOTHER INSURANCE SCANDAL faStockholderto Prevent Merger seLouisjnLifemismanagement and extravagance Is contained in a suit ty William G Rail mheadththeance Co An Injunction preventing the tratisfer of the assets ot the titliens Elfe to the Citizens National Life is requested and the plaintiff asks that the officials be requir d to appear before the court to answer orally regarding the financial condition of this former Institution If it is found insolvent a receiver is asked pGregorypanics and L W Key fourth vice president pf the defendant firms have used funds of the Citjzqns Life to take up two notes executed by each of them for 9760 each The a cp uses excessivehesaidwasted 556000 of an income of 770 002 There are many other similar hadsborn Savings bank which went to pieces Chas B Pierce first vice president of the Citizens Life acting for W H Gregory who is but of town denied all the charges adding that Rau waS acting for some one else be hind a scheme to wreck the instltu tlon BANKER IN JAIL Unable roGive Bond After Jfls Sec tand Arrest Grayson Kiv J Rice of the Imperial bank pf Olive HIll who was indicted for making false statements In his report to the secretary of state for which he gave bond has been arrested again under indictments made by the Carter grand jury for embez zlement find obtaining money byfalse pretense He Is now in jail here so far unable to give bond of 8000 He was arrested in the western part of Kentucky and brought here by the ImperialW T Womackto few questionable notes were found in the safe when openedKENTUCKY FUTURITY IncreasingInterest sLexington Ky Se ere tary Horace Wilson announces that the 21stre newal of the 21000 Kentucky Futurity received the entries of 1301 mare s a substantial increase over last year and within 160 pf the highrecord en try to the Futurity Thee preeminence pf the Kentucky Breeders association in the trotting world and the im secretorH n r of America seems 4o grow more evl dent yearly Frankfort Ky aovi Willson wi take up the applications forapppint publicka In nt jrG Crabbe who will become the president of the Eastern Kentucky faher any ap theat w wantuis ent superintendent of the Newport schoolsfa opinionn Judge Shackleford Miller in the can of Bernardino Listen of St Lout- against the Fidelity Trust Co ofkament The point disputed was wheth attalnedhto er yeaehad She was born September 26 1891 0or who had the remarkable record of having borne l3 children although only 31 years of age died of pneu man Ill Mrs Orr has given birth to two sets of twins and one set of trip felts The latter was born one week ago but died three days later Louisville Ky Joseph Gibson tti ed 12 shot his playmate James Wright In the right side An imm e lists operation the doctor states will be necessary if the boys life Is to be saved ThoishQotlngocCU1Ted on a ball at the east of the city Gibson was arrested Frankfort Ky Endeavoring to vent frauds from creeping into t lothhestructlon Crabbe has had the oxa moitsce 1000 miles distant from Frankfort aThe questions have been received here oulsvhle ItY James P Helm 66 years old one 1of LouIsviUesbest known attorneys is dead IH t i t TWO OFFICIAL vW r Of Defunct HopklnsviHe Concern AIInducted By Grand Jury tHopkinsville KyThe grand flur returned indictments for embezzle ntoneTunderfalse former president arid general manager and J B Galbreath foVmer retary and treasurer of the Acme ills and Elevator Co Two bfvthe 1tamingallege that by misrepresenting the financial condition of the mill and false and improper entrieg pn books the defendants prevailed on e board of directors to declare two cent dividends both moo profiting thereby COUNCIL PASSES RIPPER BILL 1 Louisville KyDepriving City Attorney Blakey of the power of appointing all his assistants save two vested in him by existing ordinances and transferring this powerjof ap to the mayor a ripper bill passed by the lower board of the city council The ordinance gives the mayor witfc the approval of the board of aldermen power to remove present incumbent at will and appoint a mayors cOl a tax attorney a title attorney a law accountant and three stenographers to take the place of the city attorneys bookkeeper and three stenog r IThisWuwhichores veto in these ate at Frankfort Covington Ky David Inslteepa3ed 40 C Ox brakeman fell frqma ca boose In the yards and fractured his collar bone He was taken to the St Elizabeth hospital Louisville Ky Forest fires which have raged at intervals for 10 days surrounding South Park near here broke out again and destroyed a tract of 150 acres of fine timber causing a loss of 20000 Twenty men fought the flames throughout the night anti while the fire is still it is tie lIe ed that the danger to surrounding property is over Frankfort Ky Capt W G Bullocl broth rInplaw of Senator Thomas litPaynter in point of service the oldest employe of the Kentucky penitentiary having served continuouslY for 12 years sent his resignation to the prison commission to become effectiya April J It Is understood that 15 em ployes of the penitentiary wilt lou their jobs between April 1 and 5 Cynthlana Ky Postmaster George M Dickey representing the city coUn cil R V Bishop president of the Cynthiana Commercial club representing the Commercial club anda representative of the fiscal court left for Washington to present Cynthi anas claim for a 100000 appropria lion for a postofflce building to the congressional committee Having therbill In hand Mayking Ky Line Fork creek aPrich coal and timber territory in this county has splendid prospects for a new railroad in the near future as a survey of the road has just been filed in the Letcher county court clerks office This Is thought to be a branch 11of the Lexington and Eastern WhIch was recently surveyed from Jackson through to the Elkhorn coal fields In this county Frankfort KyCeQit laser of Lou isville landscape artist under dim stead Brothers who have charge of laying out the capitol grounds suss tamed his second stroke of paralysis whole attending a meeting of the cap- Itol commission In the office of Gov Willson Faser complained of being suddenly ill and before the statcjoffi tonbeenserthe Second infantry to prepare to par atecom panics headquarters and band are thesstationed reto Qe thehee the regiment mtthls post has been ordered out of ffie Department of the Lakes for maneuvers Frankfort Ky Upon the advice ot Atty Gen Breathitt Auditor James refused to pay to Edward A Barry assessor of Jefferson coiinty any part of the salary provided ya recent act rYisand his associates in their work Pf making the assessment He would betpaid 9000 by August Auditor JAmes says before he began his real work of assessment The auditor says that he knew of no law or provislon of the constitution that provided for thepay ment of a salary or part ofa salary until the work was done Mol4ullehhecame to the Eastern Kentucky luna i ntic to visit mother Cvrjre miMcMullen failed to recognize him reThe boy was so affected by this thai half an hour otter he left tU JTnsti lotion he became himself violently insane It took the oomiblned4 efforts of four patrolmen to preventhls ham ing pedestrians en MaJi street arid to get him to the police station molterthe is detained pending theaarrhal4ol relatives i JtoI y 1 t itr THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 6 1910 TELEPHONESMakes your home as modern for your residence and place yourself in a position market quotations at any time This can means ot our telephone service which can get for a sUm that is small com received Call or address our near IRURALdirect to headquarters Nashville regarding our special FARMERS LINE not at present enjoying telephone service interest you Our lines cover the States ssee Mississippi Louisiana and the Indiana and Illinois Incorporated TELEGRAPH COMPANY SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY BUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance H L SMITH Editor and Publisher Spnnsdield2it TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION J100MMxHoBthsiTkre Mo1tNr 25 i T DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON Of Nelson County t i t PROBABLY no better argument could be advancedin support of the Postal Savings Banks than the object lesson furnished by the astounding number of convicted defaultmg bank presidents There are thirtyeight in the Leaven worth penitententiary alone and proba bly as many more doing time in other penal institutions throughout the country Has the term dangerous i classes been misapplied If the rate of interest on deposits will be small the principal will assuredly remain in- tacti i and no sur safeguard of the Peo plea money can be found anywhere in the worid than our solvent Uncle Sam MrI00 Sa Ysbook Twenty Years tri the Press Gallery through the cour tray of the Hon Ben Johnson to whom our thanks are due As its title im plies it is a compendium of affairs in the House during ten sessions of Con gress from the 48th to the 58th and is well gotten upoMr Stealey was cor respondent during the period for the Louisville Courier Journal The intro du tory preface was written by Henry Wattersoli STUDENTS of English history will call to remembrance that one Titus Oates iVthe Cromwellian days we believe Wrote and circulated a pamphlet entit led tilling No Murder Judging from some of the verdicts rendered by Kentucky Junes recently they must have been studying the work At least they haves borne out the idea conveyed In the title 4 ItLITu1 do 1 PITTSBURG has become so smoky lately that even the whitewash is permeat ed with the carboniferous sediment IT has been called an immunity bath Must have been a misprint Community bath is probably what wasI meant Strike for the beef thats going hi he Strike for the pork that finds no buyer Bread r and your native land Barnegie DEEP CREEK We are having beautiful spring wen ther but need rain as everything is get- tIng very dry Some of our farmers have ceased plowing the ground being dryMisses Katie and Blanch Carpenter entertained as their guest Thuisday night Miss Lizzie Best Miss Maggie Coyle and Mrs Laura Best were in Harrodsburg shopping on Wednesday last Mrs Mollie Coyle and daughter vis ited her son Woodson Coyle at Jensen town last Thursday Mrs Susie Mathley visited Mrs G Nichols Wednesday afternoon Messrs W B Elliott Martin Mat h ley and John Elliott went to burg and purchased rubbertired buggies paying from 85 to 117 for them Mr and Mrs Tom Martin from ne Harrodsburg visited his sister Mr Bin Coyle Mr Anderson Lawson spent la Tuesday night with Mr Geo Elliott Miss Sada Coyle visited her sister la Saturday and Sunday Mrs Vallie Milburn and Rev H Hatchett were pleasant guests of and Mrs Henry Carpenter last Frid night Rev H P Hatchett filled his regal appointment Saturday and Sunday Beech Grove church Mr and Mrs Will Cocanougher we the pleasant guests of Mr Martin Coy and wife Wednesday Mrs Susie Mathley entertained Thursday afternoon as her guests Mr Josie Holderman and Miss Ida IN NEW YORK SOCIETY Beautiful Women of the 4OO Who Have Luxuriant HairI In gay New York where women g etly their ideas from their foreign sisters the hair tonic called Parisian Sage is great demand Parisian Lage is the discovery of a well known scientist and he claims most emphatically that it is the only h preparation that will kill the psi late dandruff germs Mr Leo Haydon guarantees Parisian Sage to cure dandruff in two weeks to stop falling hair to make dull lifeless and colorless hair beautiful and luxuri writ to cure all itching diseases of the scalp or money back The price is only 50c a large bpttle Giroux Mfg Co Buffalo N Y 1 1 + + 1 1 T tvrqy WWWW ji wwnTIVr r i I + s Ht Notic- eI iNtice is hereby given that all Ice will t be sold this summer f Strictly for CASH ft We Have coupon booKs of 500 1000 and 2000 Ibs andallow 10 per cent off by buying one ofthem tor Buy One of these books and give us a coupon When yourice+ S j octt r SPRINIFIELD WATER AND ELECTRIC LIGHT CO fi +M r aa PLEASANT GROVE i j 4 f IfdayTom Baker B B Leachman L N Reed B L Litsey S C Vanarsdale L M Gregory and J 1 Martin Mrs H M Noel and children of Co lumbia are visiting Mrs Nues mother Mrs S C Vanarsdale Mrs Elizabeth Ewing of Danville- is visiting her daughter Mrs L M Gregory Mrs Alice Thompson of Springfield spent a few days last week with her sons m this community Mr James OConnor and daughter spent Tuesday at St Ruse 9isparents Mr and Mrs SC Vanarsdale fromra visit to Shelby ville Mr B B Leachman was in Lebanon Monday Mr MG Leachman has been con fined to his room through illness the past week Mr Emmett Reed entertained the following young people at a birthday dinner Sunday Misses Harvey Van arsdale Sue Edgerton and Sue Reed Messrs E M Leachman and Ed Lit sey Rev H S Hudson will preach at Pleasant Grove church next Sunday Mr and Mrs Arthur Whiteman were at Canary Sundayb Mrs Cloyd opened school at a2oodattendanceThe 4 Groshas received banner for the large amount contributed to the cause of Sunday School extension in the Transy a nia Presbytery sMcINTiRE aarsPesw parents placest Strait guesstspendingY a Lloyd returneday to daughtearguesat FrPdianed o refons sMr Joseph Wheat y and family of Botland were recent guests of rela lives here Mr T E Ballard suffered the loss a nice suckling colt this week from at unknown cause Born on April 1st to Mr and M Robert Wheatley a girl Paul Keene purchased of Wat Wheat t one combined mare for which 150 Dick Keeneold one horse to some partieTl5ear tltackvil infor 65 The bans of matrimony were announced for the first time on Sunday last at Holy Trinity church between Mr Sam WalkerantItifiss Florence McIntire has returned to St Catherines after spending Eas ter at home IMisS2S Dissie and Estelle Hill Lossiu Fields and Mr Leonard Mclntire were pleasant gUests of Mr and Mrs Her bert Mattingly of Forest View on Sunday last PAIR VIEWTY j Mrs Fanny Laydon and Sam Yoa cum were married by R vSiins at ti home of the brides father Mr J Hays Saturday afternoon at 330 p Mrs J W Garden and Mr Sanfo Yocum and family of Willisburg at tended their brothers wedding at this place Saturday afternoon Rev Hamilton filled his regular appointment at New Hope Sunday Mr and Mrs Clayton Woford ape Saturday night with Mr F M Carne and attended church at New Hope Sun day Mrs Odes Settle has a new line of millinery goods atMooresville Messrs George Moul and Hallie Hob litt were in Springfield Saturday On the Wrong Track Folks who have been upbraiding ti packer the farmer the butcher host of other dealers for the high c of living have been on the wrong track according to W H Wiley chief of the bureau of chemistry of the U S Department of Agriculture Iri an address before the Knife and Fork Club at Kansas City Mo he said Every time a boy leaves the farm tt is an impetus to increased cost of living A scarcity of farm labor makes wages higher and an added city populace also adds to it the cost ot food products When the boys go back to the farms prices will recede to their normal level off it +++ + ++tIW t i il IMp 14f HN1 i xt + + IT should bi tf iHttrts it Housikttitrs it know that wt sro showing an extra large stock tf CAPETS fit ROM SIZE RUGS HEARTH RUGS ORE RUGS IN ALL SIZES + MATTINGS 4 LINOLEUMS W WALL PAPER BURLAPSiSHADESfitPORTERS Ti SWISS CURTAINS w DENIMS iZi PILLOWS w4 CORDSCURTAIN POLESBRASSFor both double and sin gle curtai- nsJLverytHingJ+ for the House The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE Itfit INCORPORATED t SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY tit fitto so a tt f fiI BurtnstRESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY Firstnffice in Hagon Block up stairs tsLocal News Notes Big assortment of Baby Caps Misp Willie Knott 1 8150 framed pictures for 39 cents with each cash purchase amounting to 200 at P J Thomas Call and get a punch card New line of childrens hats and trim med hats just in See them it will pay you Mrs Williams I am now prepared to do all kind off sewing and ask a share of your patron age Mrs C L Price torswear Hats Saturday Miss Willie Lnott FOR RENTA desirable eight room goodreachmanleDo t fail to see our Voile and Street shirts they are leaders Mrs Williams ofMound City Paints may cost a trifle more but1 Mr Leo Haydon Will have a lot of new Veils and chiffon Scarfs SaturdayMiss Willie Knott ESTRAY A pale yellow sow with black specks weight about 170 IDK strayed from my place o Lebanon Hill about March 30th reward for im forma tion of her where shouts G D Bodine Mr Neal Boblitt and Miss Clatie Fridayewere offmardisburg At a meeting of the representatives of the buyers and warehouses compos ing the local tobacco board of trade tovpr sent season on next Saturday April 9th NOTICE The public is hereby notified that the reservoir and grounds of the Springfield Water and Electric LightI Co are posted and that anyone fishing or trespassing on the premises toetheSuptoTo Horsemen I am in the business of hanging horses Will break your horse to ride and drive Prices reason able Carnd see me at the Fair Grounds IOHON LUCAS fi ifff I + Rev M Roddy of Harro Isburg will begin a series of services at the new church on tha corner Monday yep ing April 11th at 730 oclock Daily services for an indefinite period will beheld at 1030 a m and 73o p m R vMr Roddys reputation as a pulpit orator has preceded him to Springfield and jhe will no doubt be heard by large congregations Kobt Marks has been showing with just pride a yery large bass which he caught in the reservoir It is abass of thesmi mouth variety and weighs six saysthatweight and that it was all he could do to land him Tliefish has been entered in Bourne Bonds fish contest and willno doubt take the prize PressingLadiesSPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop GOING FISHING Persons desiring tu purchase season ticket to fish in the reservoir can do so cheaper this year that ever before Season ticket onsale at 300 with the privilege of haven g yourfamilySingle Tickets 50 cents Buya season ticket at Ed M1 Russells Jewelry store and save money rorcedTo Leave Home Evrey year a large number of poor re80rearHhackcdother climate But this is costly and wayLetlungIsurelytheThousands owe their lives and health it o Its positively for Coughs CroupallThroat RobrtIsonThe Sun and CotarlerJournal 150 wWecatchy lint tf LADIES SUITS 4 SKIRTS and SWAISTS 1 also a full stock tf tDRESS GOODS lit jjvry FTRIMMINGS i Give us a call qt + Porch Shades and Awnings k I J guaranteed tKJIFR El t 160 ACRES OF WESTERN CANAD FARM LANDS In the best hard wheat country in the world Ooen to every male 18 year oldor widow the head of a family Also land can be bought cheap Lands can be selected close to railroads and growing towns For full information write to C W SUTTER HbTel Leland LexingtariKy t Administratrix rSALEA- s administratrix of the estate of R L Parrott deceased I will on Tuisday April 12 1910 Promptly at 2 oclock p m- At the late residence of R L Partott about 3 miles East of Springfield Ky r foliiIOWingTwo large work Mules two yearlmp mules 1 mare and colt luggy horse 8 2vearuld Steers 1 Jennet a lot of Stock Hogs 1 gasoline engine and cut W1shmgtonC oftarmin j BUKfOtandHarness TERMS OF SALETbesale le wjHbe sumsinamount for cash Purchasers will be required to execute notes for articles purchased with good personal negotiable and payable at First Natlhearinginterestcentum per annum No property to be removed until the terms of sale have been complied wi- thWillie Parrott Administratrix of the estate ot R L Parrott S M Campbell Auctioneer Yw LqwneysE Chocolates SHE Really Lowneys2tIt was very good of you to remember my preference for Lowneys Chocolates r HEAny wish of yours is a command to me SHEI dont know why it is but Lowneys are the only Chocolates that always agree with me and are so delicious that they never disappoint Katie HertleinA BroWhere LOWNEYS are for safe Pure Ice Cream Pure Fruits Pure Fruis Jukes fEverything to be found at a FirstClass Soda Fountaini 4- c f l J iHE SP NGFIELb SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 6 1910 S u v I L MessagetoHousekeepersr We are showing the largest stock and greatest variety of Carpets f Rugs Lace Curtains Draperies and Wall Paper Ever Shown in Springfield CARPETS Axministers worth 125 Y1QQ Vets worth 110 90 Tapestry wdrthitio 85 Ingrainsi35c 40 50 661 and 700 Sultanas 25 and3oc Mattings 1242 to 40c 400 pr Lace Curtains 50cto5 40 different Styles 9x12 Rugs in Axmin isters Velvets and rt I Tapestries from X10 to 25 10000 Rolls of Wall Paper I It f M 4cl to 30c and ire in Every thing is looking fine after the nice rain of Saturday night and Sunday Rev Grubbs Mr and Mrs M V Crouch Irene Ethrington and Master Johnnie Smothers sp nt Tuesday with Mr and Mrs J R Gray childrapentf Iatters parents Mr and Mrs in at Maud Mis Molly Williams and daughter Fanny Mrs Jim Hardesty Mrs Eliza Mitchell and Mrs Walter Lewis and son A B were the guest of of Mrs S G Hardesty ThursdayI Misses Tavie and Valeria Goodlett spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mr Howard Tatum of Valley Hill recently purchased twelve shoats of J H Gray at 10J cents Mrs S Gi Hardesty and Mrs Eliza Mitchell were in Springfield Friday shopping k Mr Ben Simpson wife and children and Mrs Mandy Cami k spent Sunday With Mr aridtaTB Walter Lewis 4yMrs J H Gray and daughters Martha and Ida spent Thursday at the home of Mrs Lucy Sales Mrs tEHza MjtcKell spent Sunday night with Mr oBruc Williams and familyMrs Walter lewis spent Monday with her grandmother Mrs Fannie Hardesty Mr and Mrs R H Hardin spent- SundaYwith the Tatters parents Mr and Mrs JHGray Miss Fanny Williams and little A B Lewis spent Wednesday as guets o Mr J M Sales and family w Mrs ChairlHy Bishop is on the sick list l The home of Mr and Mrs Clifton- Kidwell waS totally destroyed by fire Saturdayatnooni The Ladies of bt Catherines Alumna which to announce that they will give an Ice Cream and Strawberry supper when they can obtain the first s rawberres on the market DRESS005Newest Goods Wash Goods in all tie new mer cerized effects stylesiriEifibroideries Allovers CLOTHING Remember we have the exclusive sale of HartSchaffner Marx S its at prices ranging from 18 to 30 Moch Berman Cos Well worth suits atS7Sitr25 H A Seinsheimer cs Perfection Suits for Young and Children MerBoys t I G As an instance of what money will do when it is not hoarded but put into the channels of trade in the payment of debts we present the following oc currence Mr Y W McCray borrow ed from the State Bank and Trust Companviof this place one thousand dollars which he paid to F V Fowler the latter paid into Ches Noel Noel paid the same thousand to Kirk Pmk ston and Pmkston paid it to Lud Pink ston and the latter paid it to Allen Sims Sims paid it to YW McCray on o e Harrodsburg via the Bohon turnpike and returned through Cornishville and was absent from the bank vault only three hours having paid debts to the amount of7ooo and looked none the worsE for wear Mr Y W McCrayI paid two thousand dollars with the bill settled 7000 in debtHar rodsburg Herald Enumerators Named Pilson Smith of Greensburg Census Supervisor for the Fourth District Jhas announced the census enumerators for Washington county who are as follows Springfield No8 R L Bush Spring field No 9E H Downey Springfield No 10 T J Conway Fredericktown C E Osborn Mackville Fred Mayes Hendren Albert Crawford Kelly Shop J T Prather Wilhsburg Chas Hun gate North C C Foster Pottsville Prof Durham Mooresville MrsTexie fifteenth of this month and will discover that theIr positions will be both labor ious and important Kills A Murderer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis wlth many victims l3utDr Kings1ew invites bowels preventing that clogging that SHOES Delusive sale of W L Douglas Cos Shesand Oxfords for Men Pate it Tan and Vice Ii FIbrshiem fine shctes and Oxfords for Men at 450 5I 6 GjiKr Shoes for vpmenin the new Qxfords strapshppers and pumps J j 3 350 4 450 See our stock ofShoes 1 before you buy i We are heavily stocked offering special inducements every Depa- rtmentCunninghamI Duncan Co tiARDI5TVI TomVirg IOI 14land Wellsf Theygently 25c1at 3L5O4- Finei HAPPY HOLLOW Miss Armstrong spent Mon day withthe family of Mr 7 M Shields Mr JDhnme Matherly arid wife spent Saturday night with Mr and Mrs Ed Hanby it this place Mr John Armstrong and wife Mr ArmstrongjaJtende and dined at the home ot Mr N Walls at Broo kside Mr Srastus Perkins and wife and Mr Jonnie Matherly and wife were entertained at dinner by Mr Ed Hanby and WI recently Mrs C N Slattings and two children returned home Saturday atter several days visit with friends and relatives at Lebanon Mr Sol Kays and family of near Pleasa t Grov spent Sunday afternoon with the famil of Mr J N Shields Mr M C Keeling had the misfortune to lose his barn by fire one day last week Mrs Sabe Coulter and family spent Sunda with her father Mr M Shields Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Satur day with her sister Mrs Ed Hanby at this pace Mrs Lee Settle and children spent seven I days lost week with her lather near Willisburg Mr John 1stron and wife were in Springfield Monday Me srSJ M and Erastus Shields are gettitig along nicely at this wntipg Mr West Bailey and Miss Maud In man pent Sunday afternoon with Miss Myrtte Armstrong- Mr John Armstrong and family spent Satur ay and Sunday with her father W Settles Mrj Tohn Armstrong and wife Mr r Hanby and Miss Myrtle Arm strong dined at the home of Mri Eras tus Perkins We have a number of farms for sale at pr ces from 500 to 2000 Good to bacc farms stock farms all kinds of farm See us for city property in Bard town ORVILLB ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky 1 Pumps Tinning Plumbing = t For all Kinds of Tinningand Pliimbing I call on HATCHETT McPHERSON We do your work promptly All work Guaranteed Leaveorders at Barber Pettus1 Hardware Store and they will receive prompt attention h I W ISPRINGTEETH Pain orDangar WorkDonein this office is first I Alt every respect and advertised GUARANTEED I Grocery1I I O QOQOOODDDboo 0 j a Personal Notes f o oaVisitors In and Out of TownA a Round Up of the Weeks o Personal News o- IIDo aeaoaaoaooa- Mr and Mrs T Scott Mayes visited friends in Bardstown Saturday and Sunday Jim Phillipps of Lebanon was in town Monday Mr and Mrs E E Buster are visiting relations in Harrodsburg Mrs Elizabeth Horrl and son John left Monday for San Angelo Texas where they will make their home Mi and Mrs John Clements of Lebanon were were guests of S E Clements Saturday IMr Charlie Thompson of Meade County attended the funeral of Miss Louise Montgomery Mr Tom Nalley of Bardstown visited friends here last week Mr Emannel Mudd of Louisville Attended the Mudd Wheatley wedding Miss Bertha Hoydon is the gUest ot her sister Mrs T A Spalding of Bardstown MaryattendedLouise Montgomery Richard Spalding has returned to school at St Marys after spending a few days at home Lebianon spent Wednesday with Mrs Tresa Hagan FridayIMisses Nannie Evelyn and Joseph ins Spaldingof Lebanon were In town Mondayx Mrsse J M Stergeon and Joe Bishop were in Lebanon Monday on business11 Mr Ben Waters of Louisville is the guest of relations here Mrs Nannie Seiler and daughter of Lancaster are the guest of Mrs J F Pettus Mr J Charles Greene spent last week in Bardstown Miss Jennie Redding spent Satur day and Sunday in Lebanon Mr Lpnnie Campbell spent Monday in Lebanon J F LL + + ++ + Ify Enterprise Buggies tit 7 ForSaleat d I Geo J Begemanns it Harness SHop CAjsH PRICE Still Tire SSO Rubber TlrtS rfO 1HAZINESS trim 1050 to SI4 per att ItIjl Ijl Ijl Ijl Ijl Ijl jj Iji Ijl Ijl Ijl Ijl HMt ffl ijl ijl m Misses Mary Taylor and Lucille Greene were in Lebanon Sunday Mr Geo Batchellor of Bloomfield spent Sunday with Jim Hays Taylor Mr and Mrs FrankC Peters were in Lebanon Monday Mr and Mrs TB Blandford have returned to their home atStright Creek after a visit to relations here =Miss Fannie Wall has returned home after a visit to friends in Louis ville =Mrs Jess Rapier has returned to her home injBardstowni Misses Grlfi Shuck Mav McGill Alma and SpaldinJtofLebanonI were in towp Wednesday Bryant JMiller left yesterday morning to attend the Bryant and Stratton College in iLouisville Frank oe visited in Louisville Sun1 day j Miss Shader has returned home relatioiisin Louis ville attertviBitt V Mayes and TWm Simms are attending the cattle sale at Shelbyvillejthis week Mr Jas Phillips and Mrs Win chester Phillips of Lebanon visited here Monday i Mrs Mary Phillipps spent a few cainpIbellchildren spent Sunday in New Hope Mr and Mrs Mike Fitzgerald were in Louisville Sunday Miss 1a Colvin of Fairfield is the guest of relations here Mr Ri A Noe spent Monday in Louisville Mr Marshall Duncan has returned home after a visit to his sister in Cin- Cinnati Mr Ben F Simms spent Sunday and Monday in Louisville on business Dr W V Stallard and Chris Hert line were in Bardstown Thursday Mrs Joe Bishop spent Friday in Bardstown Mrs 1iLSmith and Mamie Green have retuened home from Bardstown alter a visit to relations Heff Rubel and Vess Russell of Lebanon were in town Churada- yrMiss Laura Baker has returned home after a few weeks visit to her brother L D Baker at Bardstown W Little Miss Mildred Price is visiting her sister Mrs J D Rapier at Bards town Mrs J F Carrico of Howerdtown is the guest of hersister Mrs John R Smith STOMACHS REPAIRED a Relieves Distress in Five Minutes Guaranteed to Cure Indsq gestion or Money Back JLet Mrs Griffith tell you about Mio na the greatest prescription tor stom ach troubles aver writteniFor years I have doctored for acute gastritis but only reeived81igh benefit and had to be careful what I ate i But thanks to Miona stomach tablets I can now eat anything Last Christ mas after partaking of a hearty turkey dinner I was seized with an attack of acute indigestion and the dodtgr workt ed over me for hours before I got relief He paid me eight visits before X could say Iwas well enough to sit nJi But since then Ihave taken Mionatab lets and I have not been troubled since Before using Miona I had attacks about every month Mrs Ida Grif fith 1213 C street Washington D L July 5 190- 9Miona stomach tablets are sold by druggists everywhere and at the 120 Havdon Drug store for 59 cents a large box Theyare guaranteed to cureSs digestion sour stomach baching rasv dizziness biliousness heaviness or any stomach ailment Try Booths Pills for constipation a joyful surorise UYOMEI Cures catarrh or money back Jqpt it1ginhale1 LONG LICK f Mrs Elizabeth Drury is very low itthis writing Mrs Bettie Lome who has been quite ill ot lung trouble for seyeral aonth we are sorry to say is no better MrWF Graves bought of MrR Graves a cow and calf for 55 Mr Dudley Bottom and wife visit al Mr J H Goode Friday plSupMr Charlie Burns has sold his farm to R B Hatchott for f000 Mr Quincy Graves sold a cow aiid calf to Mr RB Hatchett fOr60 j There has been a mad dog in our community and qas bitten several dogs PYIIM REFRIGERATORi H Is here and if you are in the marKet for one we invite you to examine our line before btxy ing If you want uA Refrigerator with a chillat the lowest price go to it Leachman Campbells 1I Furniture Stork n up raR SERIALSTORY 0 wo YYe r The Master of Craven By Marie VanVorstc Author of Amanda of the Mm- MLuDesrttotul eI eIc i liisI1 wvwwuwmGopfiiCl I CHAPTER Since Tempest had shut himself up In Craven he had added to rather than d diaritrisfeed his popularity He re fuJwd to be further lionized either tjfn or wise in the white heat of his fames flame he ran away Bather than watch his fame fall to ash or fearful that its tense heat would harm Wm For neither reason He was Bot thinking of London or his public lie was thinking of himself In Graven whilst immured he was AS well delightfully at large The castle itself was a prison standing a it did 12 miles from any railway dem11aUngs it did the entire county oehire Craven was afortress for the writers hours oflabor a pleasuregarden for his leisure But on this occasion he had not come t it for the sympathetic atmosphere i extended to his work Craven was no to offer in this sojourn any of it aforetime tonic nor was it demanded that It should suggest a new theme o given cradle an old idea Mr Tempest a solitary inhabitant of his study asked a new balm of his retreat 4 must be a ult should be he said aloud as he replaced a ookIn the shelves and found another a padded cell Into the great bop window whos quires of glass let in the whole wid country weep to his eyesronce a veritable lovers eyes for this Englie- nature whose graces and Tempest had made to live and bloom IR kfe book till all England echoed his hfhousekeeper s r e writing table Tempest many times slip3aeverIy t Ms band his work done and he him self free amd buoyant as only th creator can be before his selfappolnt ed task But writing materials re gained these days untouched t November had almost gone and the drear bareness of the landscape although not yet despoiled of leafage was hidden on this afternoon 1Jya mist full of rain Tempest had the extent of blank gloom before him as lie faced ltby the window leaning against his worktable his back to the room Something of the leaden quality of theoutIdo reflected itself in his countenance But he had not time to endtbrPcated then the door opened and his Housekeeper came in VI beg pardon Mr BasU He did apt st She waited a moment then ad vanced I beg your pardon sir After another silence he blurted out Yfon oar me Henly you will give it sirtthan hear about it dont do It again iVont Indeed sir but Tempest turned reluctantly to theto Intruder She said Oh involuntari ly as she caught sight of his fqce the last hour had ravaged it Her ti PlodUiedWhat the devil have you done he asked not unkindly It cant be worse than coming here to me aft my express injunctions Its worse sir she nodded Ive let in a lady She breathed freer with the whole confession of her crimes enormity sharphisas re dotty She pleaded couldnt help it Mr Basil she had walked from Craven fordto see you sirand I hadnt the heart furiouslyII see plainly you are taken adva- ntofofI mean to say youre astounding I giveorders to leave me in peace to refuse my doors to keep my mail my dispatches away and you admit God known whom and for what purposeatt jour pleasure She let him fume and her patient gentle bearing of his detestable humor made him ashamed What fori pray i dont know sir she said humbly couldnt say no somehow She begged for a moment she had walked the 12 miles and she says she must footjit back Its late too She has p notebook Or course Shest a pretty hat on and a long Mrihe jushjBd subtlyand triumphed er slightly smiled Itsd tip 1 vegonetality back as If 1 had a string to it Fetch her in Tempest passed his nervous hand through his hair gave a last look to qonfidedto return again for It never fear and came out into the room When Mrs Henly reappeared she 9quicklylike lightning for fear she should be haled to escort her out again The stranger deserted in this fash Ion looked about her rather startled Tempest in a black velvet Jacket into whose pockets his hands were thrust sawherwere almost white She bowed to still standing where Mrs Henlys catapultlike ushering had placed her I am Lucy Carew she announced In a voice that did not waver at all I have come all the way from Amer ica to see you Mr Tempest started The sudden addition of thirtyfive hundred miles to the twelve was material Trop aimable he said I shall seem ungracious If tsay that Ireceive no one not even an emissary from the Cape of Good Hope He chose at random and as he said it its meaning caught his sensitive ear He IncoIlsequentto be frank I have refused myself to everyone Miss Carew he said her name as though it were a household word every onefriend enemy kind recluseIread In the Daily Telegraph that you were 1 youWhen miless was Nearly he echoed It is a tramp coontrywomen walkersIve not walked much before she butts mesveIdanrno o she said frankly hita one e charming gesture he knew so well won him friends For a brief second hls face relaxed illuminated He came up to his guest Dont cry imagineIf you can rest from some of it in ringsTempest understood the nature of human feeling too well not to realize with a flash how great was the pleas ure of his pwn and not to that he had never experienced quit the like sensation before Into h outstretched hand a hand slender and strong fell as naturally as though it had waited for Just this shelter ever since it had b en made He led the delighttShe had quickly undone her veil and taken it off and he then saw the fa tigue under he eyes the pallor of her face and wit al the freshness of It It was a luminous face if such a term might be used he thought it might Her figure was cpncealed by a long dark coat tha rose to her neck and she nestled it to the comfort of the chair with an acquiescence of fatigue her expression did not admit Indeed her eyes fast ned on Tempest were the loveliest kings he had tencoun tered for a long time IThe unconventionally of thee visit her calm behvlorin it touched his humorous vein He slightly mocked her as he spoke in a tone notthe less agreeable and perfectly gracious What wager are you winning Miss Carew you have won it How much of the 12 miles did you walk really 7 She held out a small foot in a badly damaged high heeled shoe A cart brought me to a crossroad and then I walkedon12mUes the man said it was and it seemed itIHe did not wish to ask this young woman why she had come him he dreaded lest she should say The moment she should ask him for his autograph the slngu lar and piquant charm of her appari tion would vanish and he would become his brutal savage self again This unusual visit would not I ear vul garity or even tangibility Despite erthe adjustment of his eyeglass he saw her as if through a film it added to the unreality of her presence You will have tea Perh ps you will make it for me The lights had been brought In with the drawing of the curtains ever the rainswept window Miss Carews hands lay Iner on the chairs arms She shook her head I am afraid I cantI am so tired Tempest rather clumsily made it and gave her a cup and a bit f toast During the few moments hr hosts agoface had clouded again Evid mtly he Simple Explanation Disproves General Idea That Achievement Is an It would seem on first thought an impossibility to bore aslua e hole slJUIJlerthebasisas a circle rolls on a straight line the center describes a parallel straight line For instance the hub ofa car wheel moves at a con grOundjHcnceif es a had forgotten his guest and lcokedu with a start as she spoke You have not asked me why I cam Mr Tempest I dont wish to know Ah she smiled If Idont1 tell Irou it willbe because you forbid mean I WJ forbid he said shortly if Its i tiresome reasonI wont say worn MIS reasons are usually tiresome r I am sure they never give the Ireal nothing would be so delightful I am willing to believe as a womans sine re motive or reason for what she does Its a black rose a nierle bran qe Miss Ca ew Ive never been any of the three She did not tale oppurtunlty to r mark at his psychology of femi nine subtleness but said equably The result of such forbidding would be the blocking of my whole careor H echoed the word with scorn oneYouI am sorry for you he finished brus uely Sbe had unfastened the collar of her oat and it fell back Her dress underneath was as sober in tone Tempest rose to m ve aside the tea tool that was between them let me help you off with that wra Its warm here and yon wont feel It when you go out Heb wanted to see her released ifrom the chrysalis of her uncompromising gar ents He threw the wrap on a chat and she stood before him in a dresof some soft dark material with white at the neck and wrists It fitte her well it fell well around her sup le figure My gloves she said apologetical ly were soaked through Chen are drying in your housekeepers room I drie there myself for half an hour youI Tem and niorj amiable and gracious a suddei rev Ision against her which she could herforlShe did not appear to take umbrage at liis altered tbne but leaning for ward in her chair received kim Into her confidence with extraordinary fa cility and an assurance that was corn plin ent in Itself I have been obliged quite suddenly to find a means of livelihood To a woano my age she named It and atpuzzling Last week the editor oil a well known1 monthly offered me a position at a fixed and generous salarr if her she paused Au she talked Tempest was study spiritefactiswas very Lienatto He found her direct and boldly devoid of weak truckling excuses for whatever favor she was to astiand she was evidently to ask ont He liked her clear enunciation hir soft sho t sentences with the wamt a un der hem of an exquisite voiceII what ho helped her IE I would fetch him an eipsclal piec of work he was eager for Yes questioned her host lot she herd ated dn essay if lIkea sticky of you of your personality Ato e all hero she flushed andfj lovccozd her vote as though the subject and her own daring awed hera sjnotfBUof you new suite of poems Then in a voice whose alarpnesa stru k her as if her senses hatall bee touched at onceshe si rank at it lo asked Vrho spoke to them of the torses I she replied breathless There wer only two of them you know published in the winter Vhat suite ho interrupted glar ing it her The veins swelled on his tem lessfie had risen and she thou ht he seemed a dozen feet hfgh What suite What do you mean 1 TO BE CONTINUED Square nmm- Hole Easily Bored i ImpossibilityI trace out a straight line If the guida be broken into four sides of a tiquare the hank will roll on these loui sJdeu one ftor the other and tlje catfer will ream out an equal squaro At the same time the motl Dn of the tool Is a rotary one very slm Jar to boring a round bolt The cnl trout bio is that us the shank change from one uide of the square guide to ltlo ad Jacent sne there Ib a slight rreitilrity i tile motion so that the rner of the square hole are not sharp byi maybenot a curl nua ohlaatloa is atvx caaa i PRACTICAL PLAN FOR- cONVENIENTSHEEP RACK II Device byMichigan Plan of a Convenient Sh epRack The sheep rack described below ia such as is used by most of the large sheep feeders of Eckford township Calhoun county the one mentioned being on the farm of Herman Mahrle says a writer in Michigan Farmer The racks in this barn are 90 feet long there being a row down each side about midway from the side to the center leaving space enough between todrive through with the cleaning the barn The ends of the mangers are open to a feed alley at each end and the feed ing is done by walking through the mangers and scattering the grain and from hay chutes which open to the mangers The feeder never steps into the part where the sheep are con fined so there is no contamination from walking in the manger The sides of the hangers are dropped while the grain Is being fed then raised while the lambs eat it dropped again while the hay is being placed and raised again to allow the lambs to cat it I presume the plan by which a Stretch of 90 feet of gates is raised in an instant from end of manger is MODERN FARMER KEEPS POSTED Traveler Notes Interest in ros perous and UptoDate Agricultural Community Taken in Bulletins By W MILTON KEULEYI I have noted one thing in particular while traveling In several of our best agricultural stat sand that is when I see a number of well dressed farm ers discussing beef and milk ration- feeding young animals for a health development nitrogen potassium and phosphorus and protein carbohy drates and their uses and functions In plant and animal growth I am Invariably In a prosperous and uptodate agricultural community Now the question Is this Do the best and most Intelligent farmers read these bulletins and keep Jin touch with their station workers or doe the reading of these bulletins an keeping In touch with these station workers make better and more Intel ligent farmers It Is one or the other considered buletinsd and unprogressive farmers nor do they circulate In poor farming sec tions as freely as they do in the better agricultural communities The difficulty Is that we do not fully realize or appreciate the magnificent t work that many of our station workers are accomplishing toward elev ting the agriculture of our country The successful station worker must bo a searcher after truth and the sue There is a difference of opinion among ranchers regarding the pulling ability of each horse in a team Some are of the opinion that the horse ahead is pulling the most and vice versa The draft on each horse depends entirely on the relative lengths of the lever arms and the lengths of the lever arms depend on the position oij the clevis pins with respect to ui draw pin In upper diagram Utheclevis pins and the draw pin are in a straight line hence the lever arm is the perpendicular distance from the draw pin A to the line of draft of e ach horse The lever arms in this case are A B and A 01 which are lal Do matter how much one hors Is the principal thing desired I think the illustration will make this plan It is done by means of an Iron lever h and sash cord f fastened the sliding board c A pull on toe positionhoard 4and a catch holds the lever in position thus holding the sliding board u r until the lever is released Strapfronposition and as wlll ltbe seen from the illustration the boards c work Independently each other and are separated a little at the ends to p vent binding Should any do so and k worinnI do not remember the exact construction of the rack but it is somewhat like the illustration Fig 1 showing a side view and Fig 2 the mangeTher a formethethe slanting top to facilitate putting chafffromfalUng dlsposltionit In his every day management Efforts are Just as essential on the theyareers I suggest therefore that while praCticalourselves must consul our own interests by Iving careful and thoughtful thatUlesoer to approve And utilize or to form t basis of crib ism or inquiry Selection of the Soar keptyiso great Importance There are many pure bred hogs in all parts of the country so there Is no reason for the use of a scrub oar by anyone says the Swineherd The character of the get of a scrub boar Is guesswork whereas with the pure bred boar there Is some assur once that his get will be uniform and ancesdbe selected on the place where he was raised Jest Pasture Grass Among the permanent pastures composed largely of a single grass are blue grass Russian brome grass Bet muda grass buffalo grass and bunch grass Of these Kentucky blue grass is now the most widely distributed In palatablllty and sustaining power It crownedking Kentuckyablue grass will properly maintain a steer approaching maturity for acv en months in the year DRAFT ON THE DOUBLETREE t ahead of the other One horse al ways pulls the same amount as the other arebehind hisleverB the lever arm of the one behind be comes shorter In this case the horse ahead having a large lever arm has the advantage and pulls less than the one behind In diagram 3 the clevIs sins are ahead of the draw pin end when one horse pulls ahead his lever arm short ens and the lever arm ofthe one behind lengthens The horse ahead hay ing the lever arm shorter julla mow i than the horse behind i i lj JH There s moTeSr rfintt vin kbowl of X QuakiFO f I than in v- the same quantityorthesaifi value ofany 9 tneryf food you can eat Most ri V wleastMADE UP HIS MIND QUICKLY Prospective Juror Evidently Washjot Favorably Impressed with Prisoners Appearance In a southern county of Missouri years ago when the form of question ing was slightly different than now much trouble was experienced in tting a jury in a murder trial Fins lly an old fellow answered every question prejudicesywas not opposed to lpunlih ment and was generally a valuable find Then the prosecutor said Sol emnlyrJuror oak upon the prisoner P l1 oner look upon the juror The old man adjusted his spectacle and peered at the prisoner for a fill erecourt he said Judge Burn if I dont believe hsguilty HThe unconscious humor of It soc d cursed the court and everyone else r except the prisoner that the loss of another juror was overlooked 4 v HIS SPEED 4j He leads a terribly fast life Who is he Mr Paytheflnes chauffeurI Ever Eat 5oapy5oup f My Isnt it nasty When they tufcheap old yellow soap to wash the dishes some of it always sticks ther and seems like you cua taste it all thltime There Isnt any excuse for your folks know about Easy Task sea anWEieptlcallymore than the yellow soaps that cauii the trouble j An ExceptionIThere is one thing 1 like about Binks No matter what he does ha comes out In the ppen to do fit I know of one action he alwayn careful to do under cover t I dare you to name it I Going home in the rain DAVIS PATNKITtEB eeeettveforcold of any sort Put up Ir and bottW whqfiatters bytDrDetchona Vanity is due to a leak in ones wiij dom tank 1 a D ODDS KIDNEY t I G t MOTHER GRAYS SWEET POWDERS JFORCHILDREN A Certain Relist Ffiverlrilav e rvDeetsStacla TreublQTeeth 944DontMllwliJstitut e Ai OLMSTED Le Itey Com Fromote ClMntt Never Hair lOa PARKEI LADIES BOYS AND GIRLS Bend for ovi l Catalopuo Vfo abort you Wnowrrcmlumn rlt siLVKiirNE MiUTCO SVKACCSX N r source FRO PATENTDookanc2 Lenef WaiblBirtoB 7nJl rt nl aea Ideas book aN PATENTyour J UstabllahedlSW x WUUet Lat i t l r I L41 v C rJ 1i j l v i i r Ii KENTUCKY WOMEN BY L SUCCEEDING IN A Louise NEWSPAPER WORKBabbage I tL n Arthur Brisbane the highest sal arled newspaper pan in America who spoke before the Chicagos Womans club in that city recently said journal Ism is 44the greatest thing in the asrI ism itself Is just a big bundle of love mod all that is not love in this magnanimous profession Is pitched into the waste casket This has proven true4n te careers of Kentucky worn en who are succeeding In newspaper in the experiences of Mrs Daisy Fitzhugh lAyers a Teen tuckian now engaged Jin newspaper work at tho national capital She uses more love than words as a corre spondent for the seven largest papers In seven other states besides Ken tucky Mrs Ayers has been on the staff of the CourierJournal bureau in Washington nine years and is connect seItions She is the author of The Con quest a novel of Washington life Sirs Ay rsWs reared lit the newspatper home jof Lexirigton and been writing ever since she was a school girl She is the widow of a Yale honor man Her parents axe Capt and Mrs R H Pitzliugh who came to the Blue Grass capital from Virginia Girls of the Pennyrile- In Breckenridge count Miss Eva SicGlbtblan arid Miss Mayme DeHaven are bright young women who are mak ing more than pin money by corre sponding for The Breckenridge News and The Fourth District Leader Miss MqGlothlan Is correspondent for tale News from Irvington and Miss DeHa yea is representative for The Leader at Gloverport They are paid well for their correspondence Miss McGIoth lan had never written for a newspaper before she took up the work for The News aild tile way sue learned to write items maybe helpful to the girl who wants to leafh reporting She clipped reports about fires deaths and dally occurrences from different pa pars and by these abe learned to write the news happenings of Irvington Connected with The News is a most remarkable young girl Miss Esther Jackson who has been in Mn Bab bages office nearly six years and she began work when she was fifteen years of age When the local editor Is oft duty she can write the news matter with perfect ease although her regular duties are confined to the printing department f Writers of Central Kentucky At Lexington are five young women who have attained journalistic accom plishments and whose efforts have ben remunerative They are Miss Mary B Bryan Miss Katherine null Billingsley Mrs Mary Bradley Railey MrsvrDesha Breckenridge and Miss Alice Loyd Mlsa Bryan is society editor for The Lexington Leader IShe has been with that paper thirteen years and thus never missed but two months from the of flee in that time Miss Bryan is an enthusiastic club woman of Kentucky belonging to the Lexington Chapter of the D A R the Womans Club of Central Kentucky and the Filson Club of Louisville Miss Blllingsley Is society editor of the Lexington Herald She is the daughter of the wellknown lawyer George E BiUIngsley who married Miss Nannie Davidson daughter of one of the most successful bankers in the South Mrs Bailey has been with Mrs J For the purpose of securing clearness simplicity and precision in the application of compass errors the hy drographic office ot the United States Navy has adoptedlFa new form of compass on which there is no north south east car west but which consist of k a circle divided info 360degree begin ing witl 0 at the true north point and reading to the right To head northeast for example by gT itandyand writes syndicated articles She has written a cindp artkular tMjshusband is editor of The Lexington Herald is a most diligent newspaper woman al though frr the last year sho has devoted mOstot her time to federation work of forming school improve ment leagues She Is chairman of the Legislative Committee of Kentucky Womens Clubs and has done some valuable work with The HeraldNprinters Ink Mrs Br granddaughter of Henry Clay and Istherlts his oratorical powers B her marriage she w Miss Madeline McPow1LYHave Newspaper Relations Miss Katherine Euphalia Murrell is a talented young voman and repre ents The Louisville Times at Columbia Miss Murrell is the niece of T E MurreJl who Is in partnershipv with S Harris in publishing and editing he Adair County News Her father tihe late C H MurreH was traveling representative for that paper ten yes Ambitious young newspaper girls in New Haven are Miss Camillia Happier iind Miss Felicia Hagan correspond v eats for the Louisville dailies Miss JOhnABarryeditor Miss Stella Mcpre of Darlington writes for The Burling Bee a splendid paper published by her brother Pat 11o Moore one of the best known mem hers of the Kentucky Press Associa fbi For fifteen years Mrs Xarry McCar ty of Nicliolasvllle who Is associated with her husband publisher of the Jes samine Journal tons been bookkeeper for McCarty CompariyytThTee years ago she began for the person 51althat she has advanced to the edltorial departmentS Three Competent Girls Miss Betty L Hubbardvof Hodgens ville and Miss Goldie Perry of Win Chester are making gpo J on two of the leading papers in ithe state Besides writing well they can operate a linotype machine Miss Perry works when she cheeses and Is boss of the SunSentinel Slip has attended many meetings of the National Editorial Association with her father R R Perry Her paper oil bow to start a dal made a hit In both the state and n tional press meetings qf last year Miss Hubbard Is In the qice of LaRue County Herald and is Tiof the loveliest girls knownJto the Ken tuck editors She is beautiful as well as talented Miss Lena Rollins who las the diE tuictlon of bqing the only mountain girl in the j htucky press Associa tion and a delightful onja Is secretary of The Sun Publishing Cpmpany Miss Rollins is wise on the circulation end of the newspaper business One sysr tern she says that The Pihevillo Bun has increased its circulation witu a handsome number is by writing per sonal letters to travellnj men and former Belle county people asking them for subscriptions to The Sun The scheme Is excellent Is getting new subscribers Successful Journalists In Western Kentucky Mrs Virginia Duncan has achieved a brilliant BUG cess in journalism on thje editorial staff of The Owensboro Messenger And for the last five year she hag also been dramaticarEmusic crit this new marking the order would he to make the course 45 degrees foroI course southeast by south the order would be 14 degreesINaturally the new compass Is meeting with opposition especially from navigators who have all their lives been getting their course by the fa miliar old compass They say It would be just as reasonable for the almanac makers to wipe out the months and countthe days from 1 to 365 as It is Jlotor Tihe Enquiyir To rIntalk of jpurnalism Is indeed in spiring for she is desperately In lore vith hez1 work She aayji tfo0 new papef we man Is apart of one of the most poTrerful forces of the world The Fourth Estate One of the best correspondents in Mercer countydSMTS J H Wester field Shads local editor at Perryville for the entuckYRepubUcan pjifc lished at an burg Mrs Wester fields letters are alwtaySj bright and entertaining In Lei hfield Htes one of the most distinguished writers of the middle West Mr5 Hattie Beall Grinneli who all her life has written for country weeklies jnd various publications She has dropjed most of her newspaper correspondence hut still writes Instructive ind wholeOmearticlesfor- The Meade County Messenger and Tho Leitchfieldi Gazette her home pa pers Mrs Mamie Plummer Braughton S9 bhastact and winsome manner Sihe gath ers her material by attending enter bIngsthe club c rcles of Franklin Mrs Braughton lias learned that a reporter can not get much news matter by ask tag persons the question Have you opehsone must tlptoemany times to get an item What will be surprise to a number of southern newspaper people Is that lss Ora Leigh a former newspaper woman of Baducah has recently mari rIot After ueaving Kentucky she was ty editor on a leading dally In Salt Lake City and little did one dream ut this giaed journalist would take me to entertain Cupid t Ella Hutchlnson Ellwanger The CourierJournals special correspondent atl Frankfort is Mrs Ella Hutchispn Ellwanger who has nOt only made a name for herself in jour nalism but Is now asine years shq has been connected ith the Kentucky State Journal but wo months ago she severed her con nection with that paper to devote all time to writing articles for New ork publications It is said that Mrs Eilwanger is ruly responsible for the handsome Louisville and Nashville depot at Frankfort for through hetaeditorials in the Frankfort Journal she aroused a public sentiment and demand fQr uti building E C Vialston who recently retired from the ed itorial department of that paper al lowed Mrs llwanger full scope in writing up tIe mayor and the city ythISShedldment of Frankfort Once Mrs Ell wanger got dunk That is she be came intoxicaied with success when her first articljof any length was pub- lIshed she was completely overCOme3Vith joy and surprise when she saw her article on the first page f the illustrated section of a leading newspaper That was in 1901 About that time she jorigihated the first so ciety page inl Frankfort newspaper dom lrsEl wanger has written three magazinu stories for children and has had many skits in Lippin otts Her Sunday letter to the Cour ierJdurnaU is one of the most enjoy able features of that paper and it has been complimented by writers all over the United Sta eStThis month she Paeermande luxe of the general Assembly and the state cai1to1 Her admiring readers will be glad to learn that In May or June her article Evolutibn of Punishment as to State Prisons will appear in Hampton magazine Mrs Ellwangers success is greatly due to persistence in exer c sing the Golden Rule in her daily social and bjusinjess affairs Copies of The Lady of the Quill pubieastern friends ojf Mrs Jennie C Morl ton will welcom this little book ofi ketches of her life This biography of Mrs Morton Is written In a loving and picturesque manner by Mrs Eli wahger who is receiving many flat terlng notices b the press and the public on her lifejstory of this famous woman May Have Their Day A Newspaper Woman Day has been suggested fair the program of the midsummer meeting of tho Kentucky Press Association In June which in all probability wm be held at the Mammoth Cave JDan Bowmar editor nf the VnrirtfnrH Sun and secretaryot the association favors the idea and no doubt this WI1 be one of the most attractive occasions of the fortyfirst annual gatbe the Kentucky ed ItOTS The I rJngff ewspaper women as a whole happiest and most cultured any state In the Union May their Ink bottles be full and running over with glory and hone or forever I ARMY ADOPTS NEW COMAAiss j Ito abolish the compass of the ancient mariners Then too it will annihi late much that Jspiicluresque in ocean navigation In the old days the skipper would grufflyshe headln wouldlaoTtat has thQ true ring of the Sea PUIarMO5hauIcff WELL KIDNEYS KEEP THE BODY WELL bdutythloodother waste Weak i kidneys do not 1 IJ bapmatter cause of rheumatic pains backache and urinary disorders Doans Kidney Pills kidneYB1Rev Weaver George town Tex former editor Bptlst Her aid saysAt a Baptist conference at Jackson Tex I fell from a platform and hurt my back I was soon over the injury but the kId- neys were badlY dik ordered passages painful and often loody Doans Kidney Pills cured is trouble completely Remember the name Doans1 Sold by all dealers FosterMilbuirn Co- uffalo N Y 50 cents a bOLL OLD BIRD f Mrs Justwed want a chicken that I can fry roast stew or fix ny way I want upII Dealer Heres one lady you cant doanything you like with and not hurt it Hows This We One Hundred Dollars Reward lor any HnflatrriToledorOWefor the last years and believe him perfectly hon Yablea Wholesale prunUti Tledo O aeUnidirectlyTestimonials sent free Price centa psi bottle Sold by all DruggIsts Take HaUB Family Pills for ceestlpatioa Thoughtful Child She was just three years old and It was her first vjsit to the zoo When the towering lenin of the elephant ap peared in sight she drew back clutch Ing at her fathers hand wont go too close daddy she whispered I might frighten him t Detroit NewsTribune DistemperIn ages of horses and dogs cured and others in the same stable prevented from having the disease bottletljorCoSpecContagioua The Mystery of thY AgeseYouthful StudentPa Methuselah was the oldest man wasnt he FatherYes my son- YouthtulStudentThen who was the oldest woman FatherMy son dont ask Fromw Eve down that has been a profound mystery to the sons of Adam Important Mothr8BExamine carefully CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for infants and children and see that it r Boars the UVInThe Kind You nave Always Bought Fair Office Exchange StenogOh Frank Will you please sharpen my pencil Clerk Yes if youll please sew on this button Boston Herald Light to Banish Sorrow Sorrow dwells longest where the cl sun Is shut outFlorida TimesUnion Taker Of the United States Census PenbecprivlIegeshuman species Leigh Hunt flATSPAZO rate inlitol4daisormunerrefunded Give truth n square deal and it will not be crushed to earth DOXT NKOIECT TIIATCOUOH t certaInty racks your system and run Into Aui serious 41ZIs LinJIzI4n will clirck Vqulckly and permanently Fur fcaleat all drugKikU No Cordelia it isnt called corn nion sense because it is so common 3I111lQ1 lJ tio iIi I r t t f Lydia IS Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Werfurnjsh positive proof that it has made many remarkable t cures after all other means had failedI t v iWomen who are suffering with some form of female i illness should consider this L As such evidence read these two unsolicited testimonial letters We guarantee they are genuine and honest stats ments of facts u dlmand when Istopped 1 grew worse again I sent for a hottieofLydia E Pirilcliams Vegetable to kit as directed and now I am a stout heartJfwoman1Irs UlTai E Aik yT Cresson Pa p Baird WashA year ago I was sick with kidney andbladder troubles and female weakness The doctors gave mo up All they could do was to just let me go as easily as possible I was advised by friends to take Lydia EPinkhams Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier I am completely cured of my ills and I am niearly sixty years olthMrs Leighton Baird Wash T Evidence like the above is abu c1ant showing that tle t derangements of the female prganism wbich breed all kinds of miserable feelings and which ordinary practice does not cure are the disorders gtve way to Lydia EPPinkhams Vegetable Compound L Women who are afflicted with similar troubles after I i reading two such letters as the abve should be encouraged to try this wonderfully helpful remedy VegetableCompoundfemale ills No sick woman does justice toherself who will not try this famous medicine andhasMrs Pinkham invites all sick women hasguidedAddress Mrs Pinkham Ijynn Mass Make the Liver Dp its Duty Nine ties in ten when the Imr iI riPI tIa tomach and bowels are zieLt CARTERS UTilELIVER PILLS gently but firmly CQato pet a lazy liver to dodutyCures tipation Indigo tioa Sick tARTE PIIu Hcadzche and Distress aftnr Eatimf PrkeGENUINE d S hoe Bolls Cippid Hock Burslifs AXE HARD TO CURE yet ill remore them ant leareno blemishes Does not blU or remOTe the hair Cures or veiling Horse can be worked CDOper nook SE fi1Bruiael ITorBoUi Goitre man Varicose Veins Varicoslues Altars PaIn Yb teUlouIC Xi A Remtrlublelaveetion NO STROPPING NO HONING JiiliC tit cwft tic CIIIDDV IIUC For OurKew Foot JoldV1tcblintobusMay liL lULL nos mire Lt1USL cJesg tf afflicted with agroejresus I r t a I a t Thonptfiis Eyi Watir W N U CINCINNATI m NO 141910 f RESINOL WESTERN CiIIDI IHIIHIK Power The U7IUi1lor two will be the two Tiding o oesfoi Its 1 people and tirodacing 4 MCcle forthem The slare ot our ominence- as a when cxportta 4 17 aracono to the tiPJadm eooBtiy A 1eIftAtitJ1f08ft I ithe sitso ax railway bnHd t WeSSScead i of 12S fcfWJlMi of WkHt prorince J4Jberta andKaBI wUIM InMlMl r sere 3 verawaset ttheetioleNt mr1ct cnn1t tesoil tko beat ioat JiaIHI bsij reaeoiaWe eMeP heJ eaq teIPO UtdI iJaeii oesi WritO as Is se4tket sneoeias Weritt siIt e 1 LWllUUlS TOMs Downin nfrom overeating nki rbad Kver andconstipafion outCascaretsquickly Take one tonight and feel ever so much better in the morning 9 Caacarets lOc box weeks treat ment All drn10thwo1dmUliobozseaaaoath j xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx stops itching at eaee t Most effective remedyIknown for eczema and other skis eraptfeM is the lest dressing i it for bums scalds carbucles sbiagks ringwori and a certab cure for 1 sentvtRESINOL CHEMICAL COMPANY BALTIMORE MD jothert rPJtI A HSTOBACCO l Once Try A1way Buy e f T7vrt JTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APKH6 izod fuij BOOKER TYWi MrK JEd Pite entertaintd the foltowW at dinner Sswday Mr Joe Gontttijriirf family T H Pile and fam ily Leltfe Kicich Jr and 11189 Minnie Taylor ifavL3Qr ch Sr and Mrs Ada Mqrepndcughter spenellGndaywi- thrL Ho flUe lira Susie Boblitt has retmrnet to itfencinfid afer a weeks stay with Mrs Hezie Cul3ier- CkarhV Slither was in Springfield Jionday night Messrs E4 sad Sam Sweeeywere in SpcinRfieWMonday business Mr Ed Pile and family 3 H Pile and family Wlvin Riley and family Mrs I M Washburn and Mrs Cathie Set tle dined with Jin B M Pile Svaaday- Uast Mrs Elsie Smith and daughter Miss Msggiespent Tuesday evening with 9LMrs LhaGodby- Mrs Mamie Goatly spent Monday with her brother Ernest Pile Messrs Joe and Everard Croak and Mr James Cult went to Chaplin river nueafishm eEmett Stt1e461d one fatcow to Geo MjiHican at 35 Miss pEliza Colter is visiting her bro in Bloomfield this week Charlie Settte visited his cousin Jeff KJoally Saturday night and Sunday Mrs lJolI Washburn is spending this week vjjith MrEd Pile irvand Mrs Ham Pile spent Satur day niht and Sunday with MrL Kirsclv in Nelson county Mr 1 Sweeney has purchased a ne ruVfcer tTr d buggy Look out girls MsaieGoatly had a carpet rag Ttackiufj Wednesday Those present iwsreMrs B M Pile Lillie Pile Mrs iMary Pile and daughter Catherine r Mrs Elsie Smith Maggie Smith Mrs 4Km JfalC Miss Lelia Godby Mrs Jaef- rCuli Miss Nannie Moore Mrs Julia tCulland daughter Susan Alice Mrs John Coulter Mrs Mary Trowler Mrs Stella Pile Mrs J M Washburn There awaothethmg doing m the rag busi ness Mr L H Pile isI the owner ofJo new tugRyJ He is now looking for some pretty nrl to ride witu him Rumpr says we are to hae a wedding this week MrsMarv Trowler of Harrodsburg as the guest of her sister Mrs John Cpulter MrSijCathie Settle was in Springfield Wednesday MisaJAnnte Chesser was the pleasant guett of Mrs Mary Sweeney Wednes rday t MAUD tHOwing to the fineijfteather the farm crs are getting along fine with their iiip t jy t Arnold who has been on th sicklist is able to be out again Mrs if N Shehan who has been verjr ill we are glad to know is better Several from this place attended Jourt day in Springfield Monday week Mr dF Settle was In Louisville sevr rat days last week v Mr Andrew KIrsch has his mill in 3od runniijg order and everybody is in ied lo come and try his meal and four 11 L Troutman and daughter Mrs Crume attended meeting at New HQpe Sunday v Mr Will Parish and wife and three children qf ppcer county visited Mrs Frank Seay Saturday night an- w1y d O SMirArnold of North Carolina was in Maud last Week as a drummer His fnends were glad to see him frhsa Dora Adams spent last Satur day aight and Sunday with the Misses Montgomery Mr Dan Hardin wife and little chil dren dined rtthehomeof her parents Sunday JirE E WakeHfli had the nrnfor Jtoifcfto Jose a calf last week Mr Lewis Kirsti jr of near Bloom fiekiw s in this place Saturday Mr4siAL Montgomery bought a mule from Mr Howard Russell recentlvv Prifce unknown J1r f1j Sbehan bought a horse of Mr Henry Lockard for 160 Mr Willie Huston bought one from the same partv price unknown ifeyeral from around here attended Mr Jim Currys sale Thursday U Andrew Kirsch and wife spent Sunday with his father Mr Louis Karachi of Nelson county Mr Ben Reddick and wife spent last Saturday night and Sunday with their parents Mrj and Mrs Jim Reddick and tfamjiy Jsfrspsic Settle and little daughter ElTzbeth dined with Mrs M E Trout man last Sunday Mrs Sam Moore of Polin spent last Saturday with her daughter Mrs A- ndrewCii8b Miss Bettie Settle is spending several w ekswth her triencs m Louisville Mrs Kate Shewmaker and Mrs Or Crume spent last Fnday afternoon Mrs Jennie Wright near BlOomfield JArs Claude Kayes spent one day last wekwihher parents Mr and Mrs Bpb SmithjJ Mrs Ai L Litsey Willisburg Rt 1 bamifpr sale Indian RunnerDucks eg- gocutscor1 f if e r i 4LAc1f eus President ami General Manager of Burley Tobacc Society = The Bull tw of Commerce BWisbea iat St Louis MP in a biocrrapMeal ar Itiefp of recit dater b a the frikming m regard to Mr LeBU- sHewreadIed beyood the average man and above tie level ef commercntl OJrpVof es pn J aianding because ef Ins f mental energy and fndbstry He was neitHter more npr leaf than his associates m capacity whan staortingr In life but thrMgfc selfrdisciplibe ami energy he has iea iry owtstripped them all in his marcb te success He is not a vrmderer a genius like SOomanythaVng If fangus crowtfr and ng away at the touch of frost or sunshine He is the outgrowth qf good cemmo sense and deaiSfce rfetf judgment tike the oak well rueted tcv withstand the floods and stOrm With these ne tai instrumentalities there are no hehtsto which be may netI aspire and no obstacles beyofid hispow erto remove He is therefore alert determined sagacious luck and courageous inevI ery condition of commerce trade the industries traffic finances or the learn professionsHe not with the brush and chisel but in his masterly observa tions of men and the multitudinous af lairs of business or in the profoundan alysis of law and government rtie is never a theorist nor a speculative philosopher but a sbundconstruc tionist of ways and means and methods of acheiving the objects he has in view and always practical in h assertions of right and justice When he grasps a proposition ques tion or enterprise with energy and mentally elucidates their every feature and detail he applies the constructive element of their worth and probable success He is quick to comprehend but de liberate to act if a doubt shadows the undertaking Nor has he b pit d words for superiors of position rioif violent speech for those less circumstanced but commands equality of respect anc consideration These qualities being well balanced have developed abilities that lead ant ancdinfluence they bbecome rapidly popularized With such an admirable makeup ot mental strengthand position he turns away from them all with the greatest satisfaction to the more delightful en joyment of a few hours at home In its quiet and charming environ ments he finds a rich and inestimable compensation for the cares and respor sibilities of his active outward life There are more angels at home than mehin heaven and with these he worship and love with none to either distract or divide his affection Happy is the man who rises to honor able prominence and has a toretaste ol heaven uponeart- HOMI CURl FOR ECZEMA Does it not seem strange thatso many people suffer year in and year out with Eczema A 25cent bottle of a simple wash stops the itch and will surely convince auy patient t t f This wash is composed of mild and soothing oil of wintergreen mixed with thymol and glycerine etc and known as D D D Prescription We do not know bow long the D D D laborator lea will continue the 25c offer as the remedy is regularly sold only in 100 bottles and has never before been put on the market on any special offers If you want relief tonight try a bot tie at 25c on our personal recommendation Leo Haydon Drug Co PERRYVILIE Miss Dora Campbell has returned to Mackville after a yisitto N A Campbell and family Mrs Maggie Harmon has bought Of Mr Oscar Webb his property for 1250 Mr F M Jiest and Mrs G D Gray were the guests of Mr Will Adams and family at Thompsonville Sunday Mrs Sam Stigall land baby are visit lug hersister Miss Eliza McGinnis at Parksvdle Miss Fannie Best is the guest of the Misses Spoonamore in the eastern part of the countv Messrs Tom and Blame Boiling of Mt Sterling spentjMonday in Harrods burgThe foqndation4is being laid for the new below the hotel itLit A 1L Harmon and family aUtifUllpieclin South Peiryville at 200 and 250 per acre Eleven new house will be erecte4 upon the grounds immediately The lots were sold In a few hours and many people are still wanting houses I r i ia i RED BIRDThe great Saddle B ore wiU make the season of 19JQ at the farm of iJtMiKfrThurman onequarter alile of Springfield at 43O to Insure a Living o1tP- ED1GREERedjrwSgired by Cabells Joe Brown 1955 he by BorgeTWill also at the same time and ptace stand RED BIRD Jr at 15TO INSURE A LIVING COLT DES RIPTIQN ANp PEDjGREEOd ird Jr Is a Dark Brown full 13 hands high V tghs 1150 pounds ahd carries himself m almost afttract tve manner He has proven himself a superb breeder imparting size i damUouhebi 8dametc 3d dam Mrs Claude dam of Ericsson 2 SOJ sire of dam of Moquet 4 210 etc Bourbon Chief 383 by Mambrino Chief 11 1st dam Puss by Grey Eagle At same time and place will stand the fine T- ackJackofDiamondstyi Kings Giant 3y earsold will weigh 1150 Ibs 15i hands high has good bone and a good foot He will make the season at 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT takentor partedwithTHURMAN PETERS booooooooooooooooooooooooooopooooooooooooobooooooooo here and now that we are to have anew bank a new iron bridge street jjgfets Jco creter walks ana numerous othprImprovements the1 demand for residencies is on the increas i Who can say that Perryville isnt tast coming to the front Reaching the Top in calling of life demand a vigor ous dyand a keen bram Without health there is no success But Electric iBlttersts the greatest Health Builder has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels unfies and enriches the blood t nes and invigorates the whole system and enables you to stand the wear and tear of oUr daily work After months ofsufferngfrom Kidney Trouble It writ es W M Sherman of Cushing Me Three bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel ike a new man tI5Oc at Hay don Robertson IIhome after spending a few weeks with her brother Mr Joe Wheatly of near BotlandMr Mrs Dan Ryans of Loretto spent Easter Sunday at the home of the latter s parents Mr and Mrs John Burnett Miss Nancy Filiatreau who is attend ing school at Nazarelh is at home for the Easter holidays Mr Melvine Hays sold to T E Bal lard 5 hogs averaging 125 lbs for 9 cents per pound aMr and Mrs James AVheatly and aMr and Mrs B AI Fields spent Easter Sunday with Mr and Mrs Melvin HaysMrs B H Fields who has been confined to her bed for sometime is able to get about a iittle with some one to aid her as she has not so for recovered her eyesightOne the greatest curiosities in the way of a freak is a lamb owned by B H Fields which has six legs four in their natural position and two just behind the front legs it is hale arid hearty and bids fair to make a fine mutton Miss Praxie Fields is visiting her aunt Mrs Hugh Aubery Fredericks tqwn and will attend the Euchre given by the school at that place Monday sight tMn and Mrs JdeAlyey of Holy Cross spent the Easter holidays with the latters parents Mr and Mrs Tom Newton The banns of matrimony were publ ished for the first time at Fredericks town on Easter Sunday between Mr Joe Reed and Miss Mary Edeldn and Mr Miles Blincot anJ Miss Lizzie Cam bron STATE OF OAIO CITY OF TOLEDO t LUCAS COUNTY f Frank J Cheney makes oath that heJ of the firm of F ChenefCo doing business in the Cty of Toledo County and State afore said and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case ofCaburb that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 43th day of December 1886 A W GLEASON rSEAL Notary Public naIls Catarrh Cure is taken inrernal ly nnd acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the systdm Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo Sold byall Druggists 75c OI Pills for pationJ 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 hal by applying Chamberlains Liniment requiresis no fever and no swelling as in muscular and chroniC rheumatism Csam bcrlain s Liniment will accomplish more saleby Don Carlos liantiful Bay Harntss and Saddla Sialllin Will make the season of 1910 atm place 2J miles from Wilhsburg on Snarpsyill and Willisburg turnpike a- lse to Iffsura a Colt ta Stand SUlk byNunclo2231Nunclo 1st dam by LeGrand 2nd dam by Don proyenhimselfparticular COXIEMy fine Jack Coxie will make the season at the same time and place at 7 to Insure a Colt to Stand and Suck Coxie is a Grey Jackcoming 8 old sired by Burton CoxsBright Light 16 hands Jack 1st aam by Caldwell Giant 16 hands Lien retained on all colts until season is paid Money due when colt Is foaled or mare parted with RicHard Riley Laxative for Women Free There is a great difference in the purposes to which a laxative be put Tablets and pills shouldI are usually violent powerfulA woman at all times needs only a mild laxativeIn fact none other is thougthove the bowels an4 frgentlelaxatlve r It yhat tM u of a v T olentI Dr Caldwella 8 m p Pepsin bag a welldeaerved vogue among women and IItandbowelThe price is only 50 cents or U a bottle druggistsaction make it an ideal remedy for women in constipation torpid liver sour stom suchlikeentirelY upthethisisAlvaradoIvaseems to be usinkittft tli uyIWsendas below and a free test bottle will be sent satisfactoryyouIt there Is anything about your ailment that yqu dont understand or If you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There If no charge for this service The address is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Monticello Ill sale by The Red Cross Drugstore GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDSI OLD M EDAl THE SUREGROWING KINDIAre a safe proposition for us because we can buy them under a guarantee that any shipment found to be Unsatis factory can be returned at the shippers expense todci5EEDSpmpositionforyou vJ WILLISBURG KY 1 G jHmerS S l t tTawiuDpton Circuit Court Ky J C McElroy und C A Green Admin istrators of Sidney Green Plaintiffs vs J F Isham Defendant Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of alf of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 191Q in the above styled caqse for the sum of56928 with interest at We rate of litday5000 for the costs in this action I pjtpceedto p r fort sale at the Court House door iriSpring eld Ky6h- Mindly April 25 ISIO At 2 oclock p m or theraboutbei- ng County Court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auction Upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towit A tract of land lyirg in Washington county Ky on the waters of Wolf Pen Branch and which is bounded as fol the North by the lands of John Burns and Lawson Cutsinger on the East by Wm Isaacs and G T S imber lin on the South by Sandford Thqnnan and on the West by Geo Sparrow is the same which was conveyed to J F Isham by dee of fiardm Isham ot date the 22nd of April 1905 and recor dedin dee book No 51 page 345 in WashmseIFor the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegdPThteres paid and having the force ana effeCt of a judgment A lien being retained on the property Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M Q W C C Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court iKv Thomas J Graves Guardian Plaintiff vs Josephine Mcllvoy etc Defen dantsEq ity Jly virtue of a judgment and ordet of pale of the Washington Circuit Court gendered at the F bruarY term 1910 In the aboveuslyldd Cause for the 4pur pose of the infant obtaining her estate I shall proceeds to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Spnngfield Ky on Monday April 25 1110 At 2 oclock p m or thereaboutbe- Countying Court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months following described property towit A tract of land in Washington county Ky and in the town of Mack Jle and bounded as follows Beginning at a point in tie Mackville and Perryville pike corner to the Chris tian church lot and running thence with the said church lot N 20 W 244 chains to an oak post corner to said church lot thence S 87 E 494 chains to stone orne to Paris Peter lot thence with li ofsanS 14J E 3 21 chains to cent ter of MacTkviIle and Perryville pike thence with saidread N731W3 63 qneIacre For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalatd and the force and effect of a judgment a lien being retained on property Bidders will be prepared Ithecomply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M C WC C Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky W J DClaybropfcfcVetc Plaintiffs vs F I Purdonv etc 1efendants Equity fBy virtue of a judgment and order of the asnington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1910 in the above styled cause for settle ment of the estate I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on Mixday April 25 1910 At 2 oclock p m or thereabout being county court dayto tne highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towit A parcel of laJdin Washington coun ty Ky dI1 tne yflageot Texa and on the North side of the Springfield arid Perryville turnpike road and bounded as follows Beginnine at t stone in the center of said turnpike corner to the property of R J Young running the center of said turnpike 76 feet to a stone thence North 379 feet to i stone thence West 76 feet to a stone in link of R J Young thence with his line 163 feet to the beginning containing one half acre more or less For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearmglegapaid and haying the force and effect or 011lto comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M C W Gf Ct A Pleasant Physic When you want a pleasant physic give Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets a trial They are mild and gen tie in their action and always produce a pleasand cathartic effect Call at The Leo Haydon Drug Co for sample i JllQDfWF TniyPractical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY bjworkover Haydon ft Barber B D LA KE Iflsuraiice AgntJ SPRINGFIELD Life Fire and KiNjqijrI VDR M W HYATT OFFICE THE RED CROSS tGtSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY t IUOFFICE HOURS iO30tol2ml i4toRra I 4AAuf i1 tSPRINGFIELDt 1 I oP tTf r tttiAMHJ N tt M D tf SPRINGFIELD KY TOffice in Opera Jlouse L Office phone No5 Residence Nb8 TSCOTT MAYES K ATTYATLAW i Springfield Ky vf i Waei1gtOandand Federal Courta Ie C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky will praCticeIn all State and Federal Courta 1 W D CLAVBROOKErA- TTYATLAW t sirijiia Xy Willpractice In toe courts of Waafalaglxwi adfolning countieS and in the ofAp 7 X J i S MARSHALL DUNCAI =LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building sl IgtOuidS M CAMPBELL a AUCTIONEER Springfield Kyv J Crying of P1K sales s Rla1ty go anywhere Terms rsieoa- able Phone 84 H M IRUSSEU r I AUCTIONE1T Lebanon Ky Rt 3 ancrcheapest Phone 1 long 1 short Lebaabs Exchange JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And tf nSd Embalnfet SPRINGFIELD X Best Attention Every courtsey shown Umubmt Use ef Caskets sad Biirkl kM Telephone Lay U Night 74 TIlE WGIlIS IlEAtESTSEWI IlIA kJJGHT RUNNINGS Ifyoswante1thersVibratlng8huttieMe7ShntUo Sewing Machine write to TNE NEW HIKE SEWIRI MAIN1NE MMPAIIT Orange Mswsu ManrsengrnachinesareieadeIoseUregrisd rqualitr but the New lieis dtowrOut guaranty never russ out U by MHUterUea daIeas IjpO5LAsY EdM RuI ill v rIS Lr I