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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 i 1I 4 I ij Ibt Pr1 g ttI UU l r iDEVOTED TO THE IN ERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY itJ I tI METYOLUME Yi c SPRINQFIELD KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 13 1910 I I c COURT PROCEEDINGS Court Held by Both Judge LitseyI and Judge Noe During A trial which has created considerable interest was that of Henry Simms vs Mrs Lizzie McMillan to gain the cus tidy of little Mattie Settles daughter of Mr J H Settles Mr Simms was appointed guardian of the child shortly before she became fourteen years ofI age but she refused to leave her aunt with whom she was living and the guardian instituted habeas corpus pro ceedings Since that time the child has reached the age of fourteen thereby being entitled to choose her own guartdtan The case was called was not concluded during the day and was continued until yesterday whenthet hearing was resumed The evidence- and the argument consumed the whole of the day and no decision has as yetw r een rendered by Judge Litsey who has the matter under advisement The case was hard fought on both sides and many fine points were raised during the trial Attorneys Lewis and McChord represented the gual dlan and T S Maves looked after Mrs McMILo lans interest Judge Noe held court Monday to straighten out a rucus that occurred on High stree Sunday and in which Aunt Deb Berta Rose and Rhoda Logan figured Aunt Deb being the complainant and Rhoda the defendant The evidence was to the effect that Aunt Deb and Aquilla her husband were considerably 141 disturbed while at supperpy someone bouncing stones and bricks off their domicile Rhoda acknowledged that f she threw a rock but thit she was throwing at the dog which was chained to the house Criminations and recrim inations were indulged in by the wit nesses butthe court was able to see its way clear 5tPlant Trees i The pupils of the Springfield graded school proved themselves patriotic and rffctflic spirfted on last Friday by observ Arbor Day and planting a number offtrees in the schoolhouse yard This is jan annual custom with Prof Colvin and his students and their example should be imitated by all who have the welfare of the country at heart By becoming practical conservationists we can accomplish vastly more than by taking sides in the BallingerPmchot cori troversy Hurrah for the school boys and girls What Springfield Has A liar a sponger a smart Aleck a blatherskite some pretty girls a girl who giggles a weather prophet a neighborhood feud half a dozen lunatics a woman who tattles one Jacksonian Democrat more loafers than it needs men who see every dogfight a stock law that is not enfoiced a widower that is too gay for his age and a few i who know how to run the affairs of the county Expires After Brief Illness 1he community WBS shocked this morning by the news ot the death of Mrs Fannie Lyle Lmder wife of Mr I W Linder jeweler and optician of this city The death was quite un expected Although Mrs Linder had been ill several weeks her condition was not considered dangerous until a few days ago when serious symptoms developed On Sunday last she waS affected by partial paralysis and grew steadily worse until the end came about 830 this morning Deceased was a native of Leitchfield KY and was aged about forty four years I Although the time of her residence in Bdrdsaown has been comparatively short yet by her many noble and attractive qualities of mind and heart she had endeared herself to a large circle of acquaintances and possessed many friends amongst our people She is survived by her husband two sons Wayne and Howard Linder and one lit tIe daughter Mary Linder also by three sisters Mesdams 1 W Johnson of Bogeau Grande Fla Buck Compton and Kate Hardsaw of New Amster dam Ind and three brothers William and Robert Lyle of North Dakota The family have the sincere sympathy j I of the entire community in their sore bereavement The funeral services will be conducted in the Bardstowq Methodist church on Sunday afternoon April iO at two oclock Bardstown Standard Matrimonial The banns of matrimony for the fol lowing couples were published at St Dominics Catholic church Sunday Wm Henrv White and Miss Mary Barton Graves who will be married at the Ho Jy Rosary church at Manton Ky Wm Ignatius Vissing and Miss Gettrude Mary Catherine Hehemann who will be married at St Fmncis church LOUISI ville and MrC W Hagah and Miss Katherine Spalding wh lwill be mar ried at Lebanon Mr G H Hickerson arid Miss Lora Hardin both popular young people of his county were quietly married yesterday afternoon Mr and Mrs Hick rson drove to Lebanon and repaired toI he Bobbttt House where they were met by Rev W H WolfF who per formed the marriage ceremony Afte ard the happy couple took the train for Louisville TEXAS MrjW F Sweazy wife anti children Antioch and Mrs M L Sweazy of Green Chapel was the guests of Mrst John Peterson last week Mr and Mrs R L Arnold Epent Sun day with the latters sister Mrs Sallie Kimberlin on Long Run I Mr and Mrs Will Rowe visited the latters sister Mrs BerthaTurner at Mackyille Sunday I The Song and Prayer service will beheld at Bethelham church every second and fourth Sunday mornings after Sun dayschool Every one is invited to attend Mrs A Y Hatch tt has returned home after a Visit to her relatives at Tatham Springs Mr J L Lanham had the misfor tune to loose his house and all of its contents by fire on last Sunday TheJ origination of tjhe fire is unknown buts supposed to JavA been caught fromI fire falling from the kitchen stoveIThe Rubber social which was given at the home ot Mrs J M Begley on last Saturday afternoon was much en joyed by all presant Enough rubber was brought in prom which they expect to realize a nide sum for missipnery purposes Mrs Sharp and children of Willis burg was the guest of her father Mr T E Wilson of this place last week Mr Edgar Wilson spent part ot last week with his father at this placeI Prof TL Harmon of Bowling green was here recently to visit his mother Irs Margerey Kimbevlin Mr S T Spalding and daughter Cordelia of Lebanon spent Sunday atthe home of Mr and Mrs John D Peterson Mrs C F Cofcanougher is very ill at this writing We fire glad to report Mrs Will Murphyjs much improved after an illness of several reeks Mr Cal Shewmaker of Mackville visited his daughter Mrs HJCocanougher laStweek Mr Morgan Arnoldand family of Perry ville visited at the home of his brother Mr Aryin Arnold Mrs T It Peterson and children were the guests pf her parents at Sims town recently Eczema A Germ Disease Can Now Be Cured The Medical profession is all agreed that ECZEMA is germ disease but the thing that his baffled them is to find some remedy that will gettp the germs and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing the germs to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the diseases The whole method of treatment and cure by ZEMO is explain ed in an interesting book on the subject issued by the makers ot ZEMO It tells how to cure yourself at home of Ecze ma Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and all diseases pf the skin and scalp Call at the Leo Haydon Drug Store for book let and learn more about this clean simple remedy that is now recognized the standard treatment for all diseases of the skin and scalp Diarrhoea should be cured without loss of time and by a medicine which like Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhpea Remedy not only cures prom ptly but produces no unpleasant after effects It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take Sold by all Druggists f VISITING SCENES Of His Youth and Young Man hoodMr Joel E Weldom Native of this County Pays Visit to The Sun Office The Sun office has received quite an ntetestin visitor this week in tbeIperson Of Mr Joel a Weldom a native of this coUnty who is visiting the landI of his nativity for the firt time sifcce left it sixtyfive years ago Mr Weldom was Iborn on Car wrJghts Creek near St Rose seventyseven years ago When a youth he moved to Warren county Ky At the outbreak IQf th war Mr Weldom enlisted in the Southern aimy and was in many of the important battles of the Civil War in cluding the battle of Perryvillt At close of the War he went West a ld engaged in the raining business where hej resided for about thirtyfive years Mr Weldom is looking up his old war comrads and this week will go to Perry yule to gO over the famQus battle field at that place a field whichh helped tQ make known the world over Mr Weldom is a splendidly preserved man with but few gray hairs and a person who talks entertainingly of the experiences he has had in Utah and other e tern mining sections Before going to Perryville Mr Weldon will visit St Rose and the surround ng country and see if he canre allany objects known to him in his youthjMr Weldom informs us that Rev J Sneed a Confederate veteran and friend and who was also in the battle of Perryville will preach at Perryville Sunday afternoon at 300 oclock VALLEY HILL Farmers in this section are about through ith their pring plowing Some have planted corn and are prepa ing their tobacco land H H Tatum recently purchased a bunch of shoats from J H Gray of- nearPolin at lOJc per IbIMrs WF Moran has recovered fromI a recent attack of severe Internal dis order and hopes to be well again soon H T Virgin and Edward Goatly attended the horse sale of Hudson Bros at 1048 E Market street Louisville last week Thos Reed sold 15 barrels of corn to John Janes of this place at 3 2- 5MrsSE Piles is on the sick list this week She is regaining strength however and expects to be out again soonMr Bob Smith of Maud was in our section Friday on business Mr and Mrs Thos Reed of Booker were guests of relatives here Friday Our blacksmith shop has reopened after a brief indisposition of our smith who made ja flying trip to Harrbdsburg and Somerset Messrs teed Simpson sold their crop of toacco last week on the loose leaf mark t at an average of 1240 per cwtGoatly Virgin lost a valuable horse last weeK rom the effectS of over eat ing Cut wor ns have been doing consider able dama je to tobacco beds in this sec tion during the vast few days J D S ehan recently purchased a quantity corn fromT Reed ot Book er at 32 per barrel T C Ta turn our local merchant was in LouisVille on buemefcs Friday Jas Mo an Jr purchased a sow and pigs from rank BaKer of Litsey this week for 50 00 An aver ge acreage of oats was sown here whit i bids fair for an excellent crop shou d the season b j favorable Mr and Mrs Ihos Baker of Pleas ant Grove visited relatives at this place Sunday Mrs Ths Baker and daughter Mrs Hugh Lea chman of Pleasant Grove wereguesis of Mrs J L Moran Friday las L Moran purchased brood sow from Edw rd Goatly this week paying the record rice of 3750 for her C F 0tal has gone to Cincinnati where he xpects to make his future home A lonced for and much needed rain came as a chef to the droughtstricken grains and grasses on Monday and Tues day The armers are rejoicing over its timely iirrival and feel that it was indeed a Godsend Prompt relict in nil sasesof throat and lung trouble if you use Chamber lains tou h Remedy Pleasant to take soot nng and healing in effect Sold by all Druggists 1 Good Game The second base ball team from this place went to St Marys Sunday to playth St Marys Juniors and from all that can be gathered the game which was played must have been one ofthe best seen in this section for some lime The final score was 4 to 3 in favpr of the home boys St Marys scored one in the sixth Springfield t ol in the eighth and St Marys one ir the ninth making the score a tie at theijd of the ninth Neither side was abl to score enlSDrnigfieldand St Marys one Walla e Rogers nit hed for Springfield anil Ben E Simms caught SMITH Mrs Jim Ed Smith died at the home of her husband Jim EJd Smithj in the Smith neighborhood on Monday of eon sumption from which she for some time had been a sufferer Mass was said for the deceased esterday morn Ing at St Rose church of which Mrs Smith was a faithful member ijrior to her marriage Mrs Smith was a Miss Mattingly a sister of Mr Bart Mat tingly She is survived by her husband and six children J Suffers Broken Arm Thamas Hlandford son of Mr EC Blandford on the St Rpse pike suffered a broken arm in ari accident pn his fathers farm Thursday morning The boy was assisting in hauling loader when the wagon turned over catching him underneath it His left arm was broken A physician was promptly sum tone and the tyoys arm bandaged He is doing nicely MAYrIaDI In the death pf Mr Ed Mayfield not alone the Fredericktown section but the county as well losfbne of Its best and most useful citizens Mr Mayfields death was caused by pneumonia and O- Ccurred at his home near Frederickstown Saturday afternoon April 9th The funeral services were held at Fredericks town Monday and the body buried at St Dominics cemetery Mr Mayfield was about 4b years of and leaves a WiL9 and several childrent HOME CURE fOR ECZEMA Does it not seem strange that so ma ny people suffer year in and year out with Eczema 4 25cent bottle of a simple wash stops the itch and will surely convince auy patient 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 how longthe D D D laborator ies will continue the 25c offer as the remedy is regularly sold only in 100 bottles aidas n yer before been put on the Brket on any special offers If you want relief tonight try a bpt tle at 25c on our personal recommenda tion Leo Haydon Drug Co r Put it Liii1 SUNSHINE in Y tJr- 001le A PROCLAMATION By The President of the United States of America WHEREAS By the Act of CongreSs approved July 2 1909 the Thirteenth Decennial Census of the United States is to be lakfeh beginning on the 15th day of Aprili 1910 and WHEREASJa correct enumeration of is required every ten years by thd constitution of the United States for the purpose of determining the representation of the several States in the House df Representatives and WHEUEASij It is of the utmost impor tance to the interests of all the peo pIe of the Uiiited States that this census shouldbe a complete and accurate report of the population and resources of the cduntry Now therefore I William Howard Taft President of the United States of America dp hereby declare and make known that junder the Act aforesaid It is the duty every person to answer all questions1 on the census schedules applying to him and the family to which he nelonsnd to the farm occupied by him or tnk family and that any ad ult refusihgjto do so is subject to pen alty The sole purpose of the census is to secure general statistical information regarding thte population and resources of the country and replies are required from individuals pnly in order to permit the comp- ton ofsuch general statis tics Tae Census has nothing to do with t xation with army or jury ser vice ith the compulsion ot school attend nce with the regulation of immi grat or th the enforcement of any nationaLstafe or local law or ordinance nor can hy WerSon be harmed in anyway by furnfahing the information required There need be no fear that any disclosure will be made regal dIng any individual person or his affairs For the due protection of the rights and in terests of persons furnishing informa SQaQsiOQoOiQiiqQ WE HAVE PLENTY OF GLOVES ON H IIDtA To suit every occasion every There are Cape Suede Dogskin Buckskin Cashmere and Woolen The right shapes the right stitch jsayou must haveglovesof some sort why not come here and get them rig- htGrundyMclritire JE feueaeaeoe oeneoeqeoeaeoe a a oeaoeoooeoOfteOeoo fAELGIN watch we sell at 1250 An Jccurate movement in a beautifully Q engraved case warranted 5 icanelse We have all the latest novelties iin Jewelry It there is anything the matter with your watch bring it 0 to us as our skill and long experiencea has made headquarters r palrI clocks ing and overhauling of watches and f Ed M RussellJEWELER AND OPT IAN 0 OaooaaoOOOG tion every employee of the census bu reiu is prohibited under heavy penalty from disclosing any Information which may thus come tohis knowledge I therefore earnestly urge upon all IIyed to them by enumerators or other j employ s of the Census Bureau and thereby contribute thsir share toward making this great and necessary public undertaking a success In witness whereof I have hereunto fUnitedDone at the city of Washington fifteenth day of March onethous tbijnine hundred and ten and oi the pendence of the United States ojEAmeri J ica the one hundred and thirty toUrthr By the President r v tSeal WILLIAM aoT4FT P C Kiox Secretary Good Work- Spnngtield Ky 48 10 I There was received yesterday atthV LouisvIlle office of the Bankers Life Association of Des Momes Ia a draft tor 4000 to pay death loss on policy of J Robt L Parrott On August 13 1909 Mr John G Austin of eQanonKyI 1thlsmsurancedeath reached the Home office April 4 1910 and draft reached Louisville April 6 It is a matter of favorable comment as to the quickness with which this this trasaction was done The Bankv ers are always the first to settled Quick work Good work Reaching the Top x V jIin any calling of life demand vigor nun and a keen brain Without v tBIttersthe world has ever known It compels Ii perfect action of stomach liver kidneys purIfiesand enriches the blood t jnes and invigorates the whole system and enables you to stand the wear andItear of your daily work After months of sufFeringfrom Kidney Trouble wntjes W M Sherman of Gushing Three bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man II5Oc at Hay don Robertson We have some SUNSHINE for you CTft crfs cy1P SUNSHINE FINIShES t IiII WILL BRIGHTER WORN fURNITURE FLOORS SvAND FIXTURES AD1S A RICH DURABLE FINISH TO WOOD AND MUll EASY TOrt r ASK FOR HANDSOME FOLDER SHOWING THE ACTUAL COLORS AND i GIVING SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVING EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSE f LEO HA YDON Springfield Ky I 1 c J FL 4 r i l IThTheSpilngfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Kissing dangerous Get a breach of promise suit and find out Blizzards that linger on the way be some harmless as a summersin Baseball will soon make politic look like 30 cents The sap IB rising Weather that makes the plumber kirk and the Iceman grow is the kind most folks like A pessimist is a man who believes that spring as an institution has been done awaYYilth A baby was born In New York re cently withra full set of teeth but it sad no meal ticket Uncle Sam owns 1600 bens at Pan mfav and he expects every one of them to do its part nobly Comets and the end of the world are no longer being worked simultaneous ly They dissolved partnership The Harvard professor who says a man can live on 20 cents a day speaks academically for academic purposes Did it ever occur to you bow much easier the word aeroplane would be jk pronounce If we could call it area plane 0 Another plot has been discovered in el1ki1nnlngprd for plots The hen is a bird says the treasury strictlyfreshshe is a luxury werevoicingtmildspring bonnets Millinery like his tory is a repeater If the comet has so much gas in its jtail will not the gas companies of this mundane sphere warn It by Injunction pom trespassing on their domain 1A Paris editor gets four years for raising the murderer of a policeman and the murderer of a Cuban editor serves otttaday What is the moral One trouble is that a statesman in endeavoring to get to the level of the plain people is In danger of underestl mating the plain peoples intelligence and refinement One trouble of the city farmer will be how to pitch his crops for th coming year when he looks over the buytas a consumer The Ice cream ptomaine has started in to work poisoning 60 patrons of a church fair In a New Jersey town But it takes more than this to frighten the brave who treat the fair Calculations of the enormous theo retical losses in a slump In the New Yorkstock exchange afford very litti- consolation e to the lamb who was tn- tJ for a few thousands of real money Mastodon steaks preserved in ice for 250000 years are said by cold storage advocates to be perfectly de dwitheggs An ungallant French Judge has de tided that spinsters of 39 have no legal redress if they are jilted because by that time they are old enough to know whether a man is in earnest or not and It Is their own fault If the are swindled out of their mature a fections This decision will be a blow to the spinsters whose hopes a blighted but whose thrift remains The fair coeds of a western univers ity have Issued a proclamation again the wearing of mustaches by eith students or professors threatening a boycott of all who disobey this order Any professor who wears his face as it snits him in defiance of their wishes will find the coeds absent from his lectures Which gives room for thought on the effect of discipline and the higher education on character building Commend us to that Toledo man who had ten tons of turnips to sell but was not uatisfled with the price offered him by the wholesalers and deliberately gave the entire lot to the populace who carried those turnips away In baskets says Chicago Tri b tine He could afford to do it and he dit it and through his indignant gen erosity su to speak mme people In Toledo probably feasted on boiled tur- nIps during the next 24 hours than ever before in the history of the city while all the circumambient atmos phere was redolent of their more less grateful perfume But suppose had been a carload of onions Even though the average wages of workmen in Germany have increased 20 percent during the past 20 year s they still look small in comparison Inther Now an Illinois farmer comes for ward with what is practically a cob less variety of corn In thIs case the grains grow directly from the stem and the resulting waste is said to WJUthealso are eliminated I State News Items JETT IB CHRISTIANIZED And Would Regain His Freedom to Be a Missionary in Mountains Frankfort Ky Alleging that he has become thoroughly Christianized and deslrinian opportunity to return to the mountains of Eastern Kentucky as a missionary Curtiss Jett the mur derer of James B Marcum and James Cockrell serving two live sentences In the penitentiary for these crimes made petition to the prison commis Lion for a parole The petition weB presented by C R Hudson pastor of the Christian church Thomas Whites mother also made a petition for the parole of this noted prisoner White and Jett were both sent to the peni tentiary for life for the murder of Marcumand Jett was afterward given another life sentence for the murder of Cockrell Jett has exerted a won derful influence within the prison and is now studiously endeavoring to convert his cousin Beach Hargis who was sent to the penitentiary for murdering his lather James Hargis ORDERS BRIBERY PROBE Frankfort Judge Wants Grand Jury to Investigate Legislature Charges Frankfort KyJudge R L Stout began the April term of the circuit court here and created a sensation giviexpllcit instructions to th grand jury to make a full and complete investigation of the charges of bribery mode against members of the legislature recently in session He told the jury that there was only one man more contemptible than a legislator who sold out his neighbors and friends by taking a bribe to vote against their interest and wishes and that Is the man wile givjss the bribe He sold to the jury I dont want you to think this a mere formal charge I want you to make an earn est and fearless investigation of this alleged bribery about which the state press has been teeming for weeks NIGHT RIDER ECOGNIZED Family of Slain LJad Positive of Leaders Identity Brownsville Ky Jesse Anderson of the Bee Springs district has bee positively charged by all the inemhers of Mrs Del Carrolls family as belnr the leader of the band of night who unmercifully whipped Mrs Car roll and her two daughters aged 1 aneanother eon Oharles Carroll 12 years old They all claim to have recognized Anderson Sheriff Vincent and a posse of ten picked men arrest ed Anderson after lying in wit at his home secreting themselves in a burn at daylight as he approached withhis gun in his hand Seeing h was trapped Anderson surrendered and denied his guilt The names often or twelve other men have bee furnished the sheriff as members of the gang and posses are scouring th country for them SALE OF POOLED BURLEY District Boards to Ratify Fixed Sal Price of 18 Lexington KyNo sale of the 190 crop of tobacco pooled with the Burley Tobacco society has teen made as yet but negotiations aro1 said to be pcn there5aYShortlycome ot the executive committed some Information on ths subject may resultfof o Burley Tobacco society which h rebeen called to meet here It was mad known that the officials of the society have fixed the sale price of the pooled tobacco at SiS per 100 pounds sub ratificationer of the district oords CLASHED WITH BOARD Chief of Institute for Feeble Minds d Tenders Resignation Frankfort KyDr D J Healy- perintendentof su the Institute for Fee ble Minded in this city tendered his resignation to the board of control of charitable institutions the state Dr Healy is regarded in the highest esteem professionally by the members qf the board but they did not like the manner in which be executed the orders of the board It Is said Dr Healy will be succeeded by Dr C A Nevi tr who had chargo of the Institution tern porarfly prior to Dr Healys appoint meat ClffIford ini1the Is reported as extremely critical Frankfort KyAuditor Frank P James soon will turn loose on ithe plate a vaSt array of revenue agents who will scour the counties for boot loggers and blind tigers He will demand taxes Of them for selling the liquor and they must pay or the names will be presented to the gras j jury and if Indicted Auditor Tames will aid ra prosecuting every offender Mt Sterling KyTho city council has offered a reward of 52QOta which B T Reis lioqj added 200 for the tire rest and conviption of the parties who burned the building belonging to Rels SET DATE FOR PRIMARY Perfect Harmony at Seventh District Committee Meeting Frankfort Ky The Democratic committee of the Seventh Congres decided to hold a pri 810D8lIIstrlct Saturday June 25 for selecting the nominee be voted for at tho Nove her election There were no ex and perfect harmony prevailed Former Congressman W P Kimball of Lexington noted that there vas no provision in the call for the selection of officers for the pri mary jand W O Davis committeeman from Woodford county offered a reso lotion which defined the manner in which the election officers shall be chosen Mr Kimball offered a resolu ton that challengers or bystanders are permitted to challenge the vote qf aniperson in the primary who is believed to have sold his certificate or allowed it to be held by another persori It was adopted Candidates must nter by written notice not later than dune 10 and pay the requird- assessment If only one candidate qualifies by June 14 he shall be declared the nominee WILL DISSOLVE PARTNERSHIP Friends of Bradley arid Cure Guess ing As to Cause Louisville Ky Announcement of the dissolution of the lotus partnership of Senator William O Bradley and State Senator Nat C Curetou was made causing much surprise to whichethe announcement was made and the eilencfe of both in regard to it leads to the belief that relations between the two had grown greatly strained beforE It was decided to publicly an nouncje the breach Senator Bradley left for Washington without raking sbtedthtual consent By some it is believed that the dissolution was brought about nator Curetons espousal of the counter unit bill while others hold that Bradleys lack of support of Senator Cureton in his candit acy for the IjxHiisville P03tmastersMp is the caused o the breach SUMJMJONS SENATOR WATKINS Will Testify Before Jury onCt1argcs of Graft in Assemby c Watnsum moncd to apear before the Franklin county grand jury During the recent session of the legislature Senator Wat kips mails the charge that four sena thde charges of bribery After Senator Watkins evidence Is given several senators and representatives wilt be sunirnanedlIndependence KyAt the meeting theere andd er appointed to Thenmatte was en laid over for a month mmemitts en ranting and stationery t be put In book form As Judge Cleary made Ian error in the county court calling the next term of the commis Tuesdayewas ccne in considering the tax lev it bet vs deemed advisable to watt un 9til word is received from Franlcfort Louisville Ky Elaborate plans are delvego Na tional Wholesale Grocers association 26bea a pri thfe br1eag Louisville IyJudge Alex Hum- Ph reY representing the Louisville Rallwiy Co will ask in the federal court the discharge of the re 1 r for the Louisville Eastern railway the last outstanding clan against th company having been satisfied As soon Ics the receiver has been charged the 20000000 blanket mor gage be put on record Aurbra IndA quarrel over a than led to the killing of Arthur liar shy aged 2i by Thomas Owens hged 18 bath of Delphi Ky Owens who claims selfdefense Is held for mur der JmIas The two came nero to look for work and room ed to ether Ben vue IyFred Bradbury aged 9 of ayton was driving a spirited horse when It became unmanageable It daslied fway at full speed narrowly mieslcg a number of electric poles Chief Seither at the risk qt his life jumpel Into the wagon and succeeded In bri gang the animal to a stop Frankfort KyOapt Jackson Il Mor rls assistant secretary of state i Upped Ito succeed McKenzie Tcdtl a privet ecrctaryto Gov Willson Should ho get the post W Sherman frBall t Breckenridge county now o the corporation department may ge Morris job Louipvjlle KyOne thousand mers makers were put of work when the American To bacco jcoIn retaliation to the strik Cars o the cigar plant hero shut downi Spring Millinery By JULIA BOTTOMLEY the thermometer marks WHEN weather in early February earlier the great importing millinery houses are humming withsarmy women choosing from bewildering varieties of the flowers and feathers and laces the airy fabrics and lustrous ribbons and all the other decorative materials with which they OfthelrjpatronsThese enterprising women have found a world of blossoms this season wherein all the flowers of the garden and those of the field have been faith fully copied in muslin or silk or tulle No other trimming is shown in such profusion and hats are really flower laden The blossoms are arranged in masses over the crowns in wreaths and bandeau and in smart standing lightIyIn swirls or soft puffs This redeems the masses of flowers from a too heavy appearance prooSIMPLE STYLE FOR HATPIN Utility More Than Ornament Is the Idea In This Millinery Accessory t Nowadays the hatpin Isan Important millinery accessory and cleverly combines beauty with utility in an al most unfemlnint way So Important is this little ornament that the only trimming on a large shape will be jeweled disks that are ahnsatBesides the hugs round forms there are long cylindrical pins studded with formathating there are pins that offer sugges flour of home manufacture for brocade tapestry and linen are the ma terial used One little shop in Paris has shown pins with tops of straw or withewhich these novelties are to be worn In another milliners dace flowers bGcover the Dresden silk se are extremely pretty with the tulle turbans and largo lace trimmed straws 1enchwoman Insists upon hat phi sets that are kept with their re sp s five shapes and on no occasion wlf the disks be used to fasten the wrong hat on her bead It is just one more evidence of her attention to the little details that combine to create a harmonious wholeiA Chic Fashion Black and dark silk and satin spencers are being worn just now with white daytime gowns The gowns are of all sorts linens pongees and wools The abbreviated little coats or waists are natty affairs They are straight across the back and of any shape just above the waist line that fancy prescribes Many of the new ones are pointed quaintsFastening at Shoulder returntone boulder or both In the latter case there is no fastening under the arm topnlike a sweater It ts then taste ed amaIIloops fusion of flower trimming is shown vary in style and in size from the small closefitting oriental turban t the larg st of picture e sum mer girt will delight batstb wid brims and flowing masse- of blossoms and she will bring down blessings and other things upon her pretty head when she takes up more space than really belongs to her But whoever saw too many flowers The summer irl Is sure to be forgiven no matter to what extremes she goes and she knows it These large shapes are not pretty when made in any other than the lightest Weight straws or tnhalrbrajds Hemp has come to be most popular fend hairbraid hats are al classyThe all made of braids the p fire so light in weight that they are sewed into plaques or squares and draped as easily as If they were cloth For the turban shapes the trimming is placed In smartstanding effects and llQwerspraystrimming them I VELVETS mEA IN MILLINERY Variety of Shades as Best Adapted to the Various Designs and Colorings i Broad blue ribbon velvet of a dull lightstraw rtber g factngtheof velvetare hatNo hen 8elfk velvet hat will weatherNarrow on brim parttheusetheyd h maline bows to give delicacy ribbovelvetn on a flower crowned model StyleItthorn evenInggownsbugles to the exclusion of the multi thpastThis change is quite the natural or frereallyreflect the changeable qualities of the goslook iof er some dream stuff This result Is es cially suited to the debutante rvh usually makes her first semiformal ape pearance ding the summer French Gloves The Parisian tinted glovo is with us pickItsent to our shores In tones to match the most elaborate gowns It is doubtful of acceptance at th hands of fir Americans althoug- rislan women pull it on wlth gust New Spring Color Chantecler is one of the now spring colors Probably an attempt to copy the brilliant purple pink of the coxcomb gave Ithis color its right to tht name of Rostands shade that pro nr lies to take New York by storm Farmers should eat more oatmeal Although the farmer of today la ibis fo buy almost anything he wants to wear or eat he isnt paying enough attention to food values when it coke to his own table He feeds his stock carefully avoids kfoodthatturns in strength and general efficiency If he has been watching the extensive researches and experiments on the question of the best human food for muscle and brain he will heed the moreQuakerQuaker Oats is mentioned because It is recognized in this country and Europe as the best of Feeding farm hands on Quaker Oats means getting more work out ot them than if you feed them on anything else 61 National Tuberculosis Sunday Present Indications point to a general observance of National Tuberculosis Sunday in more than 200000 churches of the country on April 24 Reports from heads of local antituber culosis associations health officers pastors maydrs governors and nu merous Interdenominational bodies show much enthusiasm over the movement The National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis has prepared an outline for a tuberculosis sermon for use on April 24 which will be sent free of charge to any clergyman applying at 105 East Twentysecond street xew York Thousands of these Outlines are being sent out weekly to all parts of the country Prominent churchmen including leadingdenominations approval of the movement Money and expense are nottessential to irtistic homes and attractive rooms One 1 dollar and fifty cents worth of material will completely transform a crude tsar titic room into a graceful dainty apart ment thatImoneyWallto buy it to hang it and again tore move it With the use of the alabastinel wall there is only the slight cost of the mnterialnny one can brush it onandItnot necessary to wash it off the wall when a fresh coat is required beautitful A whole house can be done at Just a little more than the cost of a usedsnow we ve so much better materials for USe in he decoration of our homes that wall paper common kalsomino and paint are now as much out of date as old time whitewash tallow candles and rough hewn floors Mere monevis no r anes sential in boousefurnishing m artLtie home making laborsavingchines ifnd Jna every thoughtful woman every womanI who cares for her home is quick to themIjUnder06 Ipersonspitals under construction are con pleted Denmark will have one bed in tuberculosis hospitals or sanatoria tor t livery 1200 inhabitants a fact whlbli will mean that the length of treat ment can be considerably extepde d In the United States there is one b id for every 4500 inhabitants How to Make Good Coffee First last and all the time have a clean Coffee pot Dont wash it with common yellow laundry soap or pow der because that makes it smell b id i and gives the coffee a sickening tad e Easy Task soap sterilizes coffee pots and all cooking utensils makt thmni clean sweet and wholesomely healthy Thats the beauty of Easy Task soapj glassasfive cents a cakejA little fiveyearold who had been t anetmother with the following question sAidther didnt you say you were air most 40 years Yes oldiIfWell f dont look it tonight but you will tomorrow morning Judge Deafness Cannot Be Cured t by local applications u they cannot reach the MK iscureDeafness caused by an Inflamed condition ot tHa theyperfect heating and when It entirely closed Deal ness tOUUII unless the Inflammation can taken out tube restored to its normal condi tion hearing will be destroyed forever nine c out ot ten are caused by Catarrh which not maceseireilbyToledoSoldTake Hails Family Pilli for comtlpaUon Absolute Equality The Woman The tax office is one which I simply love to go to WboThe WomanBecause it is absolut ly the only place where no discriminai tlon is made against me because I an ia woman They let me there patjust as much as if I were a man j Reslnol Is a Perfect Remedy for Pru rltus and All Itching SMn Trouble Have used Reslnol with the utmost satisfaction A case tPrurltu alhand promptly cured It also acted in a like manner in a severe case on4 eczema that had almost driven the paIbent crazy It is indispeneible to this day and generation F C Ime Philadelphia Pa Think all you speak but speak pot all you think Delarem t t 4 i H a 1w WHAT DID HE MEAN Landlady I had to pay 25 cents I pound for this steak Star Boarder Thats tough BABYS SKIN TORTURE When our baby was seven weeks old he broke out with whatweIthought was heat but which gradually doctorjHetime we doctored six months with three of the best doctors Atchison but he only got worse lila face head and hands were a solid sore There was no end to the suffering for him We had to tie his little hands toIkeep him from scratching He never knew what it was to sleep well from the time he took the disease until he was cured He kept us awake all hours of the night and his health wasnt what you would call good We tried everything but the right thing Finally I got a set of the Cutlcura Remedies and I am pleased to say Swo did not use all of them until he was cured We have waited a year and a half to see it it would return but It never has and today his skin is clear and fair as It possibly could be I hope Cutloura may savd some one elses little ones suffering andI also their pocketbooks John LeasonI 1403 Atchison St Atchison Kan Oct lii iaOf fInDemand a Pullman car setup a loud Wall and would not be com forted narrates a high rallrdad of ficial and I came forward and told the young mother that I had helped to rafse five and that I thought I could secure a quietus I put the little turn turn across my knees and with aJgentle achieved beautiful re sultsIInstead Of giving me the credit I deserved some drummers in the car showed stern disapproval of my but ting in At 2 a mthe baby woke up and stayed awake and kept every one else i In the car awake Finally a gruff voice asked Wheres that fool that put It to sleep this afternoon I wonderJ An Efficient Mistress Mrs A who had a shiftless colored meld was hurrying through herI mornings work in order to go out with a friend in the afternoon AsI she flew about from room to room she heard the colored Woman chuckling to herself as if very much enjoying something Impatiently she said What in the world is It that amuses you sp Isabel Well Mis Bessie when I heard you gallopin aroun upstairs I jes fought if youd been de Lawd it Wouldnt a took you no six days to make de hebbens an de yearth S A Rice In Womans Home Companion Silence Very few men know how to keeps m The Italians have a proverb Hear see and say nothing if you wish to live in peace The man who is bent on telling all he knows gen erally ends ln telling good deal more than he knows The tongue is harder to bridle than the wildest horseVtt ever roamed the prairie The Ger mans say truly that talking comes by nature while silence comes of the un- d derstanding ROSY COLOR Produced by Postum When a person rises from each t meal with a ringing in the ears and a general sense of nervousness it is a common habit to charge it to a de ranged stomach I found it was caused from drink ling coffee which I never suspected for a long time but found by leaving off coffee that the disagreeable feelings went away 1 was brought to think of the sub ject by gettlng some Postum and this brought me out of trouble It 4s a most appetizing and Invigorating beverage and has been of such great benefit to me that I natu rally speak of it from time to time as opportunity offersVA lady friend complained to me that she had tried Postum but it did not taste good In reply to my ques tion she said she guesed she boh 3d it about ten minutes I advised her to follow1 directions and know that the boiled it fifteen or twenty minutes andS she would have something worth ing about A short time ago heard one of her children say that they were drinking Postum nowadays so I judge she succeeded in making it good which is by no means a difficult taskVIThe son of one of my friends was formerly pale lad but since he has been drinking Postum has a fine color Ther is plenty of evIdence that tostuWactually does make red blood as the famous itrademark says Re dThe Road to Wellville found in pkjgs theres a Reason Ever rcml the above Jitter A neti one qppcnrn front time to tImed They aTe genuine true and full of bamai interest t CONGRESS MUST WORK RAPIDLY Little Progress Has Been Made with Any MeasureBu Budget Bills ATTITuDE OF THE DEMOCRATS They Probably Will Support Legisla tion Sanctioned by the People Re publicans Suspicious Because Opponents Urge Nomination of Roosevelt Washington Ifscongress wishes to go before the country with a record of full accomplishment for the ses slon It will be necessary for It to do- a good deal of work within the next six or eight weeks The house and senate have been In session since the first Monday in December and If the appropriation bills be eliminated the number of measures which are well forward on the road to passage are comparatively few It has been shown by the history of nearly all congresses that when the representativesmake and do it they manage to get through with a good deal of ilegislation In gbillhouse has not yet given It consIdera- tion except in committee The Interstate commerce bill was introduced into the senate and into the house at virtually the same moment and the two bills were identical The house has made many changes in the meas urue The senate also has made changes but they are not in many respects like those which were m de in the houseV No Conservation Bills Passed No conservation measures have yet passed congessPresident Taft has been urging that at least two compre hensive bills shall be passed to save the countrys natural resources Nearly every day President Taft Impresses upon members of congress who call on him personally the necessity for legislation along conservation hopeshistake some time however to pass he conservation bill for it appears that there is to be considerable debate upon them before they can be enacted Into lawVNo one yet knows definitely what fate awaits the administrations de sires with reference to what Is called antiinjunction legislation StatehQod and Alaska matters are still in abey ance and while to a considerable extent all these matters nave been fully considered In committee and to some extent considered in debate there is no telling Just how lonfc it will take either to pass them or to deny them passage it is getting late in the season and a great many of the members of con igress both Democrats and Republi cans are anxious to get back Into their districts to fix up their fences for the coming congressional cam paign Of course it will be to the advantage of the Republicans If they can go before the country and say As a party we have passed much of the progressive legislation which the platform sanctioned and which the president asked for Attitude of Democrats It can be said without any partisan spirit at all that it seems likely the Democrats will be willing to aid the Republicans in the passage of ome of the legislation now before congress although the Democrats may offer amendments to some of the pending bills It is apparent from what the Democrats say that they realize the coun ry has demanded some of the legislation which the president has asked congress to pass The Democrats contend however that the Republi cans will not put it through in the form that the people wish and there fore the minority party will go pn record as In favor of amending the present bills to some marked degree The Democrats however apparently do not care to go before the country In the light of having blocked such 0f the Republican legislation as apparently has been sanctioned by the country So it Is that the members of both parties may get together atid put through considerable JeglslatJOn between now and the date of adjourn ment and it Is evident that it must be put through quickly pr that cOn- gress will be obliged to sit until Washington Swelters In Its usual sum mer heat Roosevelt Still Silent It seems to be certain that the silence of Theodore oosevelt not to be broken until he reaches this country and the fact that the colonel seems to prefer to keep his own counsel Is affecting Repub licans and Democrats In Washington In different ways The Democrats sea in it a Belong possibility that the for mer president eventually may makfc up his mind that at the call of th country he will feel it imperative to answer here in the year 1912 The socalled regular Republicans in congress still pin their faith to the belief that when Mr Roosevelt finally apeafes it will be to voice an indorse ment of the Taft admlnlstratipn ae far as it has gone and ito voice as well an intimation that if things gc on as they are going the colonel may decide to become an editorial prop or Mr Tafts further presidential MS bittonaVThe insurgent Republicans do not know exactly how to take the colonels silence Mr Roosevelt was met by a number oit men who had Wtth them the Insurgents tale to tell while there were present only one or two at the meeting with the colonel to enlighten him as to the administra tons side of legislative progress in the United States Of course Mr ROOsevelt found a letter from Senator Root at the Khartum postofflce and this probably gave him the most elaborate account of American doings from the ministrations point of view Some Conflicting Sentiments A good many members of the Insurgent faction In the lower house of congress are members of what has been called the Back from Elba club although it is hardly necessary- to say that this club has really no actual existence as an organization One of the curious things that have come out of the Roosevelt silence Is the recent outspeaking of some of the Democrats who for reasons of their own seem to want to Impress it upon the Republicans that AIr Roosevelt is the only man with whom the latter can hope to win the election in 1912 It is entirely probable that Inasmuch as this is advice from their friend the enemy the Republicans will be a little shy of accepting it at its face valueIn a speech delivered In the house recently Representative Palmer of TheodoreRoosevelt them all This was intended by the Democratic member to let the insur understand that he and presu others of his party believed that Mr Roosevelt was the chief apostle of the movement which had resulted in powerfrommovements in which the insurgents- ar or were engaged Suspicious of the Democrats A Democratic member of the house committee on agriculture recently told- a group of Republicans that if Mr Roosevelt should run again for the presidency he could carry Georgia and North Carolina and would come pretty close ctrryIng South Caro linaJtellingthecorridor and occasionally on the floor of the house that the majority partys one man in who their hope for success can be place is Theodore Roose velt In fact th Republicans have had this dinned it to their ears by the Democrats so long that even those who beUevethattelling the truth are now asking themselves what motive the Democrats have In viewVIf the Democrats Control Republicans in congress are speculating a good while in advance itis trueas to what the Dem ocrats will do If they secure control of the lower hoqse in the Sixtysecond congress The Democrats themselve3 are consulting privately as to what will be best for them to do if they come into a partial possession of the legislative fat of the land There Is practically no chance that the senate of the United States can become Democratic before the year 1913 when a new administration also will take hold of the reins of power Therefore if the present minority party should become the majority la the house in 1911 it could not hope to secure the passag of much legis latlon that would receive the sanction of the senate and the presidentV Some of the Democrats say that the best thing that their party can do If it succeeds In getting control of the house is to start straight at the work of formulating and passing an outand out downward revision tariff measure then to send It over to the senate to be killed The militant Democrats say enthusiastically that this is the only way to impress on the country that they they are true to their old Standards and that they believe the way to decrease the price of living is to attack high prices through the high tariff Some of the prominent minority meuybers believe ithat If on cpm tag into power in the house thp Demo crats pass a tariff bill that the coun try seeing that they have the courage of their convictions and havlug come to the belief that the tariff is too high will see to t bat a Democratic senate Is returned and Demo cratic president is thatrl succeed William H Taft Ideas of the There are other Democrats how ever WHO contend that If a tariff bill Is Introduced into the ho seln the day of party success that of course it cannot become the law of the land because of a Republican senate and that it will be something worse than wasted effort Moreover there aro some of the leading Democrats who say It waf shown during the PayneAldrlch bill discussed that many of the minority party members were not in full sym pathy with the Democratic lowtariff position and that if the Democrats in the Sixtysecond congress try to put a customs measure of their own through dissensions in their ranks an bound to be shown and that the ef feet will be bad The Republicans In the house are sure that if the Democrats follow the advice of their party and actually un dertake to pass a tariff bill in the Sixtysecond congress on succeeding to the control of the house they will frighten the business Interests of the country and the working men to such iai extent that tho Sixtythird congress will be certain to be Republican ant that the chances of the election of i Republican president will ue increase largely GEORGE CLINTON State News Happenings I r POLICE ARE KEPT BUSYI Girl Stemmers Quit Work and Riots and Arrests Follow Louisville Ky Several riots in which the police were twice forced to level tbeIrTrevolvers upon women and children 10 arrests including girl rioters and wild disorder among 10 000 strikers and sympathizers attend ed a walkout of 3500 stemmers mostly women and girls at the thre plants of the American Tobacco Co That 4500 tobacco workers will join the strike now seems inevitable and a massmeeting has been called when the strikers will perfect an org niza lion Led by Miss Hazel Spaulding 2000 striking women have swarmed about the plants of the company and armed with sticks stones brickbats and all weapons that lay handy NO demands have yet been made by the strikers but efforts to effect a settle ment have been made by the employ ers The strikers will ask a20 per cent Increase in wages an increase of one cent per pound for piecework They now receive two cents a pownd for stemming MONARCH FOUND DYING Was Son of Former Wellknown Ken tucky Distiller Owensbor KyDaniel Monarch son of a former wellknown distiller of Kentucky was found dying at his home on South Fredericka street with a bullet hole through his left side Death came at night The members of the family heard the report ofa pistol in Mr Monarchs room and rush ing in found him with a revolver by his side Monarch is 35 years old and leaves a widow and five young chil dren He was married to Mss Pauline Mattjngly one of the most beau tiful girls of Owensboro He is a son of the late M V Monarch who was at one time one of the largest distill ers in the country Daniel Monarch was in the liquor business In Owens boro for a numfber of years Until two months ago he was connected with the Illinois Central railroad in Louis YUle He had been contempat1ng go ing to St Louis to accept position He had a brother Lamar Monarch who resides in Clnc1nnatl1and his brotherinlaw is a1jY Oil City Pa INCREASE MEMBERSHIP Knights of Columbus Install FiftyFlve 1New mbersj Iexlngton Ky Fiftyfive new mem bers were taken into Blue Grass coun cUt No 762 Knights of Columbus in creasing the membership to more than 300 The Initiation was witnessed by many visiting knights from Cincinnati Louisville Covington Newport and other points Iz Kentucky The first and second de1rlees were conferred by Richard Crane of Cincinnati and the third degree Work was done by a team from Louisville headed by District Deputy P H Callihan In Jackson ijall a banquet wag spread for the knights by the ladles of the Ultar so ciety of St Peters church i TRIM IT UP DOC Said Boy to Physician After Left Foot Was CrushedILouisville Ky this ele vator youve was the startling statement made to the boy running the elevator at tie Louis yule Nashville office building here by Heron Stanley aged 15 when his left foot was caught betweepthe elevator and the floQflanding The boy was game to when the elevator had been taken to the lower floor he hopped over into the surgeons office and saJdlthout the suggestion of a tremor Say doc my foot has been mashed off Wont you trim it up a little Er George Robertson the surgeon whit attended the boy said that he had the most wonderful nerve of anybody he had ever seen Lexington KyA telegram to rela tives here announces the death ofRev Arthur Brooks the noted singing evan gelist of diphtheria at Little Rock Ark Rev Brooks was a graduate of Transylvania college here and with hs brother Rev W T Brooks con ducted many great revivals for the Christian church in the sputh and west About two years age he was married to Miss File of Kansas City Lancaster Ky Edward Walker died at his hOme in this county after a lingerng illness of blood poisoning Mr Walker was the eldest of the famous Walker brothers arid was him self a man of national note as a fox hunter Several times he has been president of the National ix Hunt ers association He will be burled at Paint Lick Ky Kopkirisvllle Ky Eugen6 Poole mall clerk on the L N whs arrst- cd at Nashville by Specliilpostai Agent C L Patterson and brought here charged with robbing mails He waived examination and bond was mod at 2000 Louisville Kyi According to reports from Washington noberE Glo ver a yltVy r of Louisville and Kentuckybeing strongly hacked by Sonator Bradley to succeed ItobertEWeods as pott 11RSlr ore 1 JI SELFDEFENSE WAS PROVED McNamee Exonerated and Brother fVictim Shakes Him by the Hand Lexington fcy Robert McNamee who shot and killed Thomas W Mo Namara In the home of Blanche Patterson March 23 was dismissed of the charge of murder at his examining trial before County Judge Scott By the testimony of Blanche Patterson Emma Morganson and himself Mc Namee proved a case of selfdefense and Night Chief of Police William Jenkins testified that McNamara on Ids deathbed had requested that Me Namee bo neither arrested or prosecuted for shooting him McNamee tear tined that he ran from the house staked after the shooting sent back for his clothes dressed got out on an early morning train for Columbus 0 remained there until after McNamoras funeral and surrender d at the county jail here Edward McNamara brother of the dead man who was the only inembci of the family active in the proscw tion walked over to McNameo and grasped him by the hand and said he wanted to show him that he bore no ill feeling against him McNamara nlso shook hands with the father mother and uncle of McNamee well as the attorney for the defense and friends of the young nfanl l NO PROMISE OF POSITIONS Panama Canal Zone Patronage Is De rferred Frankfort KyM H Thatcher who has been appointed a member of the Panama Canal Commission returned here from Lasfrange where jhe had been In conference with Senator W O Bradley He made the following statement I have hot yet secured my bearings I do not know what patron age attaches to the appointment nor will I undertake to make any promises of positions The present law pro vides for the Isthmlan Canal Commis slon and I have been named as one of its members The commission is in charge of the canal zone and canal construction The commission I take It acts as a body I do not know when 1 will leave for Panama Jt may be Several weeks yet I have a number pf official and business matters to ad just before leaving and I hope to be given time therefore TEMPORARILY INSANE Culley Is Freed on Charge of Slaying Proctor Louisville xyNot guilty on ac count of temporary insanity read the verdict returned by the jury in the caSe of Robert M Culley who was freed Culley was tried for the mur der of W EL Proctor The verdict of the jury caused confusion on account of its wording A big crowd remained about the courthouse until the verdict was brought fnCullayshot Proctor after his wife told of an alleged as sault at the hands of the latter Lancaster Ky Oarrett Wooda wellknown farmer was killed on his farm near town by a yearold iorniess bull Mr Wood had gone out to feed hist stock when the animal attacked him butting him down and mangling him with his hoofs His little girl was with him and ran to th6 house for assistance but he was breathing his last when help reached him Mr Wood was 50 years old and leaves a widow and seven children among whom is Mr Charles Wood of the Denhard Concreting COq of Cincinnati Henderson KAll of the tobacco of the Stemming District association for 190S has been sold The associa tion holdings for 1908 was 4500 hogs heads and a sale by Manager William Elliott and the committed of 2400 hogsheads of strips clean upi all of the 1908 association export tobacco This sale means the distribution of 500000 to the growers in thestem ming district Covington Ky Warrnnts iwere sworn out by5thn P Rggs Jr and John T Vest for the arregt ot W T Stephens and L N Jackson qf PIner Ky who are charged with selling 4000 pounds of pooled tobacco and Richard Thomas and Emmet Wilson of Nicholson Ky for selling S000 pounds of pooled tobacco Covington Ky According to fig urea compiled by CityGoulda large boom In building ad construe tion work struck this city during the 1ast month Total permits granted were as follows Brick 58000 frame 12700 remodeling residences brick and frame 52QOV Louisville KyrLouis Doerhoefer Is defendant in a suit filed by Mrs Pearl Devine in which she asks damages for personal Injures in the sum of 10000 She avers that Daerhoefer unlawfully assaulted kicked and beat her upon the head arms legs and body with his fists anfl feet and that one or more of her ribs was broken Glasgow lyTho logs of the old Lincoln cafyln which have been stored in Louisville since the 18th daynt May last were carried to Hodsehvltle and are being hauled to tho Lincoln farm whOre they will be placed In tho now Memorial Hall and stay until time Is no more Carlisle Ky While destend1ng stairs at his homentMorningLGlory Henry L Brinker aged 85 a oading farmer of Nicholas county fel SUP taming a broken neck and ding al most instantly VV fit IN HOSPITAL FORNIN1MONTHs Awful Tale of Suffcrlnf fr Kidney TrewWi Alfred J OBriea Second St Stu ling Colo gajsrVI was ln the BalK more Marine HOI pita for nine month 1I had a dull lain in the small of back that1ompletely wore ne Urln eina tsr rlble eiate and 7somo i ays I would 5rpass IIL1ka gallom of blood I left the hospital because the3r jwanted to JOlephHospitalmonths there without any gain twas pretty well discouraged iriien Iwa advised to use Doans Kltnfey Pills I did so and by the tlmebad taken one box the pain in the t ack left me I kept right on and a perfect cure was the result Remember the name lioans For sale by all dealers SO cents a box FosterMilbUrn Co utaIoN Y jUgh That nut had a worm in itHere uijed a friend offering kina a glass of water drink this and wash It down oj Wash It down grftw edf JOB Why should 11 Let him walk EverypodysIImportant Mot6J Examine carefully eveiy bottle ol CASTORIA a safe and suti remedy tot infants and children ands e that it Bears the 7f SgnathreofIn C6affi ti30 Yearn The Kind You Have Always Bought Too Busy to Site PatienceDo you here ar jPatrice YonkeJ Statesman M Red Weak w aE7 Waterr JltTe TryMurineYourDruggistsMurine Eye Remedy Co Chicago Those who believe that man 4 scended from the monkey should remember that its a poor t rule that wont work both ways bndcoUtrMdU UICeTer40When lifes all love tis life aught else tis naught Sidney Lanier SootbtngrupF la I1ImmLUonI 1ars pl1n curoa lad co ottLetOne woman can stir up more trot ble than a dozen mere men Stops Lamenless Much of the chronic late eness in neglectSee t al lowed to go lame Keep S oans Liniment on hand and apply at the first sign of stiffness Its goesrightsoreness limbers upt the pints and makes the muscles elasticV and pliant Heres the Proof f Mr G T Roberts of Resaa GaV havewedney and effected a thorough cur IaV zo removed a spavin on a mule This zpavin was as large as a guinea egg layestim3tion the bes foe sihans LinimentlLMGlbbsofLawrenceKagRFD dIhadamarewjthanbscson and one Soc bottle of Sloans Liniment lltheand for everything about the stockV PATENT Sloans Liniment will kill a spavin curb or e puffsjswollen is a sure and sgdedy remedy for sweeney founder and thrush Price 60c and OOV onborflflI poultry leasfree Dr Earl s Sloan Boatoa Ka TTX ayiiiHejIthNever Notuil Color nod Beauty Stops idling out and positively removes Dandruff Is mot a andEocDottlesPhilo Hay Spec Co Newark N J Us AVi5oomotoPALYNerve Tablets doc Wrttfl for n tCiASE 224 North lOUt SL rfcUftdelpS Boo nnd Aclvtce In NJeud Lree Yasbngjo DuJI61inDorer y i iAL iI 4q THE SPRINGFIELD S NWS NES FR Mt191O r a 1 J n- r r-F RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMERMake your home as moderti for your I positiontobe accomplished by means ot our telephone serVice which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is Small com i pared with the benefits received Gall or addresS near r est office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn Ifor information regarding our special FARMERS LINE erviceIyou cover of Kentucky Tennessee hssissippiLoUIsia a and the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois 1 lIncorporatedt CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance i n L SMITH Editor and Publisher c ttered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION il ode Year J100 50rkreeMonthar i DEMOCRATIC TICKET 1iv FOR CONGRESS- HONJ BEN JOHNSON Of Nelson County r 1r A Few Suggestions The Census enumerators will begin the taking of the tenth decennial census the fray after tomorrow Friday April 15th These officials have before them a vast undertaking a labor which will requIre time application and patience and jn which they will need andappre ciateall the assistance which they can get The greatest assistance can be ttiven by the people themselvea and we are going to take the liberty of making peopletohelpi and complete census r Each person interviewed will be asked atrwhich in reality are essential to a complete census If one is prepared to proptithe for both parties One ot the chie objects of the census will be to ascer financialcondition Everyfarmerrhis farm his crops his stock etc Each housewife will be expected t know the number of chickens geese turkeys etcsbe hay the number of = Ie aeoeQeoeoeOlloeoeoeoeooo S A Square Meal e iFor Baby 9 Can always be prepared in one of 0 our graduated nursery bottles You O can measure off just the right quan 5 tity that is good for him Other g nursery supplies too Powders soaps scalp washes extra nipples 2 etc Baby remedies too of courser 0 The reliable kind that contain no 0 harmful narcotics Q LEO HAYDON S THE PRESCRIPTION STORE r aeJeoepooooooooe r eggs sold during the past year etc This is but a general idea of the que tions which willconfront one and whic i with but little research and ffort tha questioned parties can prepare them selves to answer It will indeed be help Ito the enumerators for everyo n to hive all the data Pssib e read when they are called upon Reminiscent of Senator Gordon r Quite an interesting article ppear e in Saturdays issue of the Louisvilld Times written by J Rogers Gore whoj is now private secretary to Congress man Ben Johnson The article is anj appreciation of former Senator Gordon who served sixty days as Senator fro Mississippi to fill out the unexair term of the late Senator McLaurin Mr Go e and Senator Gordon lived the saute hotel or as Mr Gore modestly puts it boardinghouse in Washington rind in this way the writer was enabled to become well acquainted th the qua nt and venerable MississiPPi sn for whom he formed a strong attach ment Senator Gordon proved himself tp be averv lovable ag well as a very unique figure in the Senate and as Mr Gore as is well known here is a gifted writer his impressions gathered firsthand of this kindly old Southern gentleman ire extremely interesting- It is t hoped that this is but the forerun el of other articles and that ere long Mr Gore may be known as second Savoyard GUARANTEED DANDRUFF CURE 1IBewa e of the druggist that tells you that anyj other hair tonic is just as good as Paris an Sagehe knows better Mr L o Haydon isthe agent for Pa r isianSageandhe wonttry to give you something just as good because knows that Parisian Sage is guaranteed to cure d dtuffstop falling hair and cure all diseases of the scalp in two weeks or money back He knows that Parisian Sage is hi pleasfantfor and rejuvenating hair dressing known It makes the hair fluffy and beautiful and is not sticky or greasy Fifty ca a large bottle at Leo Haydons He will guarantee It Made in America Buffaloo N Y The girl with the Auburn hair on every package ZIZI tiH ntl I ft t JeNolicer wf 1 Notice is hereby given that aillcewill be sold this summer Strictly for CASH We Have coupon books of I 500 1000 and 2000 Ibs tit andallow 10 per cent off + by buying one of tHem tine of these books and give us a coupon wheni tthe ice is delivered and you will save money on your ice bill this summer + J + No Ice Charged I flSPKIKIIFIELD WATER AND ELECTRIC LIGHT CO- t t t On Decrease jArson Incendiary fires in JCentucky have shown a great decrease in the last year according to W F Neikirk State Fire Marshal saya The Kentucky Republic Why this is Mr Neikirk cannot sayiositively but he ventures the opinion that the fire marshal act 4factated carefully by his department stirring local sentiment has done much to deter criminals from setting fire t buildings Mr Neikirk has been kept busy investigating fires all over the State and his investigations have been careful and thorough He has secured a number of indictments but no con vlctions luring the last year He says it is almost impossible to prove arson Childs Death I Death visited the home of Mr John Mahon near Lebanon Thursday night and robbed it of one ofIts sweetest in mates little Mary CUrry Mahon The child had been sick from only the pre ceding Sunday haying been stricken on that day with scarletfever secondpnearly three years old She was granddaughter of Mr and Mrs E aI Mayes of this place her mother been Miss Mary Mayes The remains were laid away in Ryders cemetery at Lebanon MACKVILLE- Mrs Fannie Sweeney of Sam ford who has been visiting her mother Mrs Sam Deer has returned nome Miss Rpse Shewmaker of Cornish vine is visiting relatives at this plat 4Mr Sam Arnold bought of Mr Su horsirice Mrs Settige Hatchette and Mrs Nel son Shewmaker of this place was in Springfield onday shopping Ed Br iron boughtof Mr Sutton nilMr a horse price 200 Minor Bottom who is attiendin- at R at Lexington returnedhome on Friday for a short visit Mr Watts and Mrs Ella Harney of Perryville were welcome guests of Mr and Mrs U W Shewmaker Sunday Mr Walter Hume who is attendin- Fschool in Loaisvijle has returned home liona short visit Jdr Wm Nall efwick were plp an t iMrs E L Brittori Sunday Miss Nanme athlev of Mercer is MathleyjofMrs Bottom and Mrs Zoone sYPBottom Of this pace were m Harrod- a burg shopping Friday Mr John How was in Springfield Monday r PLEASANT GROVE Mr and Mrs Will Leachman o farSgringfield spent Sunday with Mrs B B Leachman Judge James Noe and family were at the home of S C Vanarsdale Sunday Mrs Ardis Brown visited relatives re Saturday and Sunday eMisses Ella Sweeney and Jennie Adams of Grundy Home visited the home of Mrs R M Thompson recently Mr N P Thompson has returned from Harrodsburg Robert Noe and Thomas OBry Sundayga months visit to her parents MrS slid Mrs S C Vanarsdale s dayrIIlast week with Mrs James Noe i Springfield Mrses S P Thompson and U Leachman attended the Hereford Cattle sane at Shelbyville on last Wednesday where they purchased three head of very fine cattle MISS Lavinia OConor has returne from a short visit to Springfield Mrs J W Carter and children con tinue their visit to her father MrJ S Yankey Hieh School NoteSI By the Pupils Miss Frances Martin has decided to at entertain the pupils who gave her a Christmas present on Friday Apr 22 Since Miss Martin is not otherwise en gaged she has decided to go to work Prof Colvin is now prepanng for his entertainment at the close of school Conner Williams has fallen the victim oH giggles and is now unable to a tend the Literature class Thomas Haydon has had his hair sheared and is very much admired Flowers Plants I will be in Springfield County Court day with flowers and plants and will ship upa nice lot the following weeKI Will haye them on the street Wedn es day May 4th GEO MATTINGLY To the Public tI have opened my Tin and Repair shop in the old Burton property on Main street opposite the Post office and am now prepared to do all kinds of Tinning Plumbing Guttering and Re pair work Give me a call J4 G KLEIN j + tf + + + ++ IJ I P IMPORTANT m I W +w IT should be of Interest to Housekeepers to know that we erg showing ofoCAPETS + ROOM SIZE RUGS HEARTH RUGS ORE RUGS IN ALL SIZES tts MATTINGS LINOLEUMS I w WALL PAPER BURLAPS WINDOW S TADES1LIa TV LACE CURTAINS PORTIERS ihSWISS CURTAINS w PILLOWS J r PILLOW TOPS arid CORDS w CURTAIN LOOPCOTTAGE CURTAIN POLES BRASS CURTAIN RODS tit For both double and sin e gle curtains EverytHiiig r 1i for the House JIbeROBERTSONCLAYBR00KE INCORPORATED SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY c a aafita afiaaA 1fa L1111211111111 ataihJ l fit 1T 11f f1 + tDr1 IL T1R- ESIDENT Burton DENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield Ky fflceiri HaRon Block np stairs NotesgWill receive a new line of street Hats tonight Come see them Wathern Shader fbr toY200 aj P J Thomas Call and get a nGh cardIINew1ine of childrens hats and trim ts in See them it will pay you Mrs Williams I am now prepared to do all kind of sewing and ask a share of your patron MrsL Price e Dont fail to see our Voile and Street shirts they are leaders Mrs Williams Mound City may cost a trifle more but Mr Leo Hay on j There is a fine opportunity in this town for a good photographer The Ladies of bt Catherines Alumnae which toannounce that they will StrawberryYrawberres on the market Pressingn PIIESSINBGOING FISHING Persons desiring tu purchase season ticket to fish in the yeardat300 with the privilege of having your wifes name or anyone of your family put on the ticket for 100 extra Single Tickets 60 cents Buy a season ticket at Ed M Russells Jewelry store and save money We have a number of farms for sale prices from 500 to 2000 Good tQ bacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property inI Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky NOTICE The public is hereby notified that the and grounds of the LighttCo are posted and that anyone caught fishing or trespassing on the premises without a ticket will be prosecuted to the fullest extent ot the law H B McElros Supt To Horsemen I am in the business of handling horses Will break your horse to ride and drive Prices reason able Call and see me at the Fair Grounds BOHON LUCAS r P r w r + + + 4 Messrs TS Mayes and S P Thomp salelatr each boughta fine young Hereford bull to add to the herds they haye on their respective farms Having been to the city I now have on hand a nice line ot Millinery All past patronage Mrs H appxeciatedI Mr T Scott Mayes and son J RI Mayes will leave Thursday for a trip to Oklahoma and Texas to be gone a month Mrs Mayes will accompanyI them as far as Lexington May a visit Two well known young men were baptised at the Baptist church Sunday i night by Rev W H Williams The young men were Joe Begemann son of Mr Geo Begemann and Joe Fuel who is connected with the Cumberland Tele phone Co at this place J S McElroy city has for sale sowsone with 10 pigs and one with 8 pigs and one grit with 8 p- igsBOuncing Connought This fine Imported English Hackney horse will make the season of 1910 at the Fair Grounds Springfield Ky Season 10r Money due at time of service Bnng your good mares and raise good colts at little cost trottinghorsesJohnson of Bardstown and McKenna Bros Fairfield Ky Your patroiag- respectfully e solicited JoHn H PurdyI Uan showing a vary tit catchy lint tf LADIES SUITS SKIRTS and r WAISTS J t also a full stock of tit DRESS GOODS T SILKS AND TRIMMING + itGive us a cell W if Porch ShadesJIi iAwnings + titf C6Ii lYSi 1Il- TS11111 1IS S Paints J + WWWTv WWWTJfWwI 1910 SEASON ICIr EARLY- A handsome black Stallion 16ihangs high a high styled fine boneImake the season of 1910 at my stables at the Stonewall Stock Farm 3imiJes North of Springfield on the Springfield and Bloomfield pike at 10 to Insure Living Colt EARLY is by Joel 447 he by Mbntfe Earlysfirst iLady Brooks by Dolans Granger third dam Bettle by Sam Booker Early is the best road horse in toe At same time and place Black GiantA Np 1 Mule Jack standard and regis atZ10 to Insure a Living Cult i Lien retained on all col a to secure service fee Money due When mare is parted with or bred to other stock Al care taken to prevent accidents but nn responsible should any occur Your Patrtnap Solicited A B Hixdley forced To Leave Home Evrey year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are soreand rajck ed with coughs are urged to go to ran other climate But this is costly and betterRayLetyou at home hIt cured me of ling trouble writes W R Nelson of mine Ark when all else failed aijd I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely cureThousandsto it Its positively guaranteed for Cougis CroupallThroatTnal bottle free ap Haydon Robert r LowneysChocolates SHEReally Lowneys It was very good of you to remember my preference for Lowneys Chocalat s HEAny wish of yours is a command to me SHEI dont know why it is but Lowneys are the- onlyChocolatesthat always agree with me and are so delicious that they never disappoint Katie Hertlein BroWhere LOWNEYS are for sale Pure ke Cream 0 Pure Fruits Pure Fruls Jukes Everything to be found at a FirstClass Soda Fountain i ll + a w 7 SHESPlUNGElE SUN VVEDNESDAY APRII 3119tO jIH as d t r t AMgtollousekeepers F We are showing the largest stock and greatest va riety of Carpets Rugg Lace Curtains Draperies and Wall Paper Ever Shown in Springfield CARPETS Axministers worth i25100Velvets v rthIIO 90 Tapestry worth 100 85- Ingrains 350 4oA50 60 and 700 Sultanas 25 and3oc J Mattings 12 12 to 40c 400 prLaee Curtains 50c to 5 xAmin It 4Tapestriesr from and 1dto25 10000 Rolls of Waif Paper I 4c to 3Oc are in T All Up Awhile a of Washington D I suffered continually with abroni r dual trouble that was pimply terrible to endure 1 would have spells that I could hardly breathe I would choke up nil up in my throat and bronchial tubes and the doctoringr that I did and the remedies used were ot no benefit to me r hatever I heard about Booths Hy omei being so benefic in and bronchial affections and procurec an outfit I received rel ief from the first bjr its use I continu d with it and Te ceived a cure It is a out 2 years since I have suffered at all from my former r trouble Mrs RL Pannell 404 N A gUstastreetr Stau tong Va March 26 19O Hyomei is guaVantef d by Leo Haydon Dug Co to cure cat rrh croup bron chitis coughs colds and sore throat OrJ money back JpronouncedrH o me co where at druggists a hard rubber pocket inh lerand bottle of Hyomei extra bottles yom cost 50c Free sample bottle ar d booklet from Booths Hyomei Couffalo N Y MIONACures It relieves stomach misery sour atom sch botching and cures all stomach dis ease or money bqibk Large box of tab lets 50 cents Druggists in nUto family thos who reside in the country should be provided at ll imes with a bottle of Chamberlains Liniment There is no telljng when it may he wanted in case of Ian accident or emergency It is mo t excellent in all cases of sprains and bruises Sold by all Druggists DRESSGOODSNewest Goods Wash Gopds in all the new mer cerized effects stylesinAlloverst CLOTHING Rememberwe have the exclusive sale of Harts haffner Marx Stits at prices ranging from 18to3O Moch Berman Cos Velworth Suits at prices ranging from 25 H A Seinsheimer Cos Perfec tion Suits for Young Men Boys and Children are catarrhal Eyery LONE JACK News is very scarce at this place but will try to lot down a few items of interest for The Sun Several from this place attended the funeral of Mrs I W Linder at Bards town Sunday Miss Nellie Haydon made a flying trip to Springfield Friday She was accom panied home by her sister Jennie one year old horse to Heed Taylor for 150 Steve Smith Jr of Long Lick has moved to his new home on Locust Ridge Carter Hall wife and children were the guests of J C Coffee and wife last Sunday at Happy Hollow Those on the new telephone line at this place are Messrs Ben Carter Mall ai d H H Mr Bill Turner of moved to the tarm of W L sons known as Fern Hill Otis Milton and wife and Malcom Stumph and wife were the guestsof S T Stumph and fainily last Sunday place recently Hello Hardins Ch You wan j ted to knowwhat hadbecome of the Tick Creek well he has gone He will make his appearance soon LOCUST GROVE Miss Frances Litsey has returned home after a pleasant visit with her aunt at Lebanon Miss Della Ray Gregory spent Sun day afternoon with Miss Lola Fauth MrW T Leachman and wife ot Springfield were the guests of B B Leachman and wife Sunday Messrs E M Leachman Charlie Litsey and Lloyd Colvih were callers at the Grundy Home Sunday Miss Tiny Reeed visited Mrs Mattie Dragoo last week wnslMr and Mrs J I Martin and Dr and Mrs Hopper dined with their mother Mrs Kate Litsey Sunday spent son tMrs Tom Baker and Bertha Leach Mrs Kate Moran at Litsey ThursdayMiss Jones spent Friday afternoon With Mrs B L Litsey Mr Mitt Leachman Sr who has SHOES Exclusive sale of W L Douglas Cos Shoes and Oxfords for Men Pat ent Tan and Vice 3 4 Flbrshiem fine shoes and Oxfords for Men at 5 6 v KrippendorfDittman Gos Fine Shoes for Women in the new Oxfords strap slippers and pumps 3 4 See our stock of SHoes before you buy We stocked and offering special inducements every Department Cunningham Duncan Co Bronchial lbesIStuffed residents Thikmcludes Indigestion al1despecfy rheumatism Rto SundayG aavearoldhorse1to HaydonI ftossRoads correspondent waybackandstandingrup Springfielde 350 450 350 450 heavily been sick for several days is better visitedMrMesdames Kate Litsev Katy Hopper Hord spent Thursday with Mrs S P Thompson Miss Sue Edgerton has returned from a two weeks visit in Springfield BOOKER t We are having beautiful weather at present and everybody is getting ready to plant corn Rev Olus Hamilton spent Saturday night with Mr Coulter JiM55 Mrs Lou Settle and son Charlie lit tle Louise Butler J H Pile Alyin Ri ley and wife dined with Mr and Mrs SundayMr and children spent Saturday night and Sunday with his father Mr B M Pile Messrs Ed Sweeney and Louis Cull went over into n county Wednes day night to see their best girls Mr Lee Hardm and Miss Bessie Case were married last Saturday Mrs Cathie Settle and son Harry spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs Josie Barlow near Springfield Mrs John Coulter Mrs Mary Trowler spent Thursday with Mrs Erastus Colvin Mrs Elsie Smith and daughter Miss Maggie spent one day last week with Mrs Minnie Mayfield Mrs Ophelia Settle has opened up a millinery store at Moeresville Mr Ed Mayfield is very ill with pneu monia at this writing 1Mr John Gammon lost a valuable horse last week B M Pile bought of Miss Maggie Smith one milk cow price 40 Also one calf for 25 The ickIp Mrs ES Mayes Sr who has been quite low is considerably better and it is thought is now out Of danger Mr G D Robertson is somewhat improved but is still in a serious con dition Your tonge is coated Your breath is foul Headache come and go These symptoms show that your stom ath is the trouble To remove the cause is the first thing and Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will do that Easy to take and most effective Sold by all druggists f Pumps Tinning M Plumbing ri t j For all Kinds of Tinning and Plumbing call on iITCHETT i McPHERSON We do your work proipaptly All worK Gu ra teed t r Leave orders at Barber Pettus Hardware Store and they will receive prompt attention j f r W V STALLARD D D 5 ISPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH PainorDangir All Wnrk Done in this office is first andjustGroceryOOOOOOOoO OOOOe 0oI Notes o o ooogO News 0- QOooooooooooeo Nashvilleis returnedhomeing of Bardstown rrP D Marks of Louisville iq the guest of relatives here C W Hagan of Lebanon spent a few days this week with his mother who is quite ill Messrs Joe Price and John Pardieu were in Bloomfield Sunday Miss Bertha Haydon spent Sunday with Miss Katherine Spalding of Lebanon Price Taylor of Bloomfield is the guept of Dr M W Hyatt and family Mr Roy Wigginton ot Bloomfield spent a few days last week with Jim Hayes Taylor Mr Chas McKenna has returned to his home at Kansas City Mo after a visit to his sister Mrs Ida Clarkson Mrs John Kelly attended the reception given by MrsLEh Mattingly of Lebanon Saturday Mr and Mrs Mack Miller Mr and Mrs Smith Barlow of Bardstown and BloomjfieldJ S Claybrooke dayslastspentMondayMr and Mrs E E Buster have re turned home alter a visit to relatives in Harrodsburg Miss Lelia Wigginton of Bloomfield spent the week end with Miss MaryTaylor Mrs Bettie Logsdon of St Marys is the guest of her sister Mrs Teresa Hagan Mr Leachman was in Bloom field last weeit on business Messrs J Charles Greene and L 0 McCarty were in Lebanon Sunday Mr Joe Wycoff has returned to his home at Mackville Mr J C McElroy spent a few days in Louisville last week Mrs Earl Bracknev of Columbus 0 is the of her parents Mr and Mrs S C VanArsdale near town Mrs Hy P McChord and song Phil have returned home after a visit to friends in Louisville BOOCXXXKXXXOOOOGOOOOQCXXM I ter- NOBtE DENWARK t fI Red Sorrel 15J hands high fourYears old and strictly sound Sired t by the peerless Highland Denmark first Jam Ky Belle by the cham pionship saddle horse Thornton Star Ky Belle won first money State Fair for best brood mare and also first money for best mare atIcolt defeating 16 others She is also the dam of the sensational filly weanlingNoblegood feet and legs and an up todate show horse both in harness and under saddle He is a colt of wonderful gameness and style and pos I BisIndividuahtyandbe sure to produce horses of the highest class He will make the sea son of 1910 at 20 to Insure a Living Coltr CHESTNUT DARE Chestnut Dareis well known to the people Hof this and adjoining1 stllJholdsever been defeated in a fhow ring by the colts of any other horse owned or farmed in Washington county Within the last year Beverabof his colts have sold at high prices He will make the season at 15 to Insure a Living Colt Is HACKNEYBOYT goodbusinessHackney J3by sorrel 16 hands high sired by County Member first 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT II will also stand my Two JACKS at 10 to Insure Living Colt Mares traded off parted with or bred to another horse or jack sea son money is positively due Mares pastured at 2 OOper month Your patronage solicited BB LEACHMAN Mr J5V C McChord is in Georgia this week on legal business MrT Scott Mayes is nTBardr town today Among thosewho attended the base ball game at St Marys Sunday were Misses G rtrude and Eddie Shader Fannie Sp1lth Minnie Blanford Evelyn Royalty and Isa Colvin Messrs Louis Kelly Jim Carrico Rob Russell Will Robertson Chris Hertlem WIlt Wat ers and Wathen Simms Mrs Sallie Hamilton of Freder icktown spent Monday with friends here Mrs Mate Williams is spending today in Louisville rMfs jW Carter Qf Lexington is visiting at the of her father Mr J S Yankey Miss Ellen Wathen Returned from Louisville last night she had beenpurchasing new millinery MIss Griff Shuck of Lebanon was here Saturday Messrs Joseph Smith and Billy Mattingly of Bardstown spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs HL Smith Miss Blanch Carrico ot Howards town is the guest of Mrs John R Smith i Mr Abram Sydnor who has been conducting the loose leat market for the Washington County House ItftJMonday for his home at Darlington C Mr Sydnor was accompanied home bv his wife Mr Sydnor will return to Springfield November 1st Miss Isabel Medley is visiting her sister Mrs W H McCauJey at the Walton HotelIMr ion on business Mr J M Sturgeon Jr who has ToIb9ccoWarehouse left Monday for his home in Carolina Mr Sturgeon will return to Springfield in October MrsGeo L Wharton entertained lastIweektamed charmingly at flinch malting A Waters at this place Mr1 Chas Greene scent a part otlast week in Louisville Mr and Mrs Mack jMiller were guests of Mr and Mrs J S Claybrooke Friday Mr Barber Baldwin of Bardstown was here on business Friday Mr 3H Lear of Winchester is- the guest of Miss Laura Shehan Miand Mrs Gilbert Carpenter who have been living in DecaturerAla Springfield Mr A C Lake of Cincinnati is is visiting his brother Mr B D Lake Mr Sylvester Rusself Jr of Lebanon visited here Sunday An Experts ini4n Of Skin Diseases A prominent national experton skin diseases whose name youare familiar with says that in all his scientific ex perience he has never found so hard a disease to conquer as Eczema Yet heidoes not hesitate to recommend ZEMO theIand all other diseases of the skin and scalp Hesa sthatnot only do its cu native qualities make it popular but also emeIsalvesIdestroysithem the skin clear and heal infantsIZEMO and a bookletWhich explaihs in simple language all about skin diseases withII Did You Ever See a HouseFly B 1 Ifnot you Had better I let us Screen yoursr doors and windows or the pesKy littler r things will make you I fjy from you House this summerf f I ILARGE LINE OF SCREENS Screen Doors and Windows j Y in all sizes v Screen Cloth all Widths I Leachman Campbells I rtAly MbaSERIALSTORY t 1heMasterI of Craven U By Marie VanVorst Author of Amanda of the Ml1- 1Mls3DcrmofulU t cetc Ii 111I 0rri M UK br JvBU pUoott Comps s SYNOPSIS Bull Tempest worlds greatest novelist 4 poet refusing to be further lionized us himself up In Craven his country braabeyed his orders not to admit any one to the house The visitor Is Lucy Carew mm American who has come to England t write a study of the author but most c all to get a synopsis of his new suite c goodWonCHAPTER 1 Continued Vies Carew leaned forward her fcamda clagpedbeforejier- I once read two poems of yours Mtcterpleces They were pnly an epIloguelAT one cpaldeee thatthey ware the forerunners of a longer varic the opening and sequence I slave eagerly been looking for the oth vaf1cYou are mad he blurted out rude Sr and walked away from her across Hw room sot in between table and ytadow hla back to her After a Itec- id lie r drew toe curtain aside and vxpoeed the black raincovered pane 6 Out rooms light enoughtlinacb to say she felt a poWer over Mr Tempest She had it however TertiapB x am mad I feel some t mec 40e must be to comprehend and- be sensitive to certain forms of beau ty and greatness Mr Tempest came slowly back Into the room holding his hand over his eyesWill you tell them for meyour jwfcllc that there are no more verses to follow these that there is nothing whatsoever to come out of this muddied and miserable brain of Basil l Tempest Will you tell them that Tempest is never to write another r Jfae so long as he lives CarewYfcti risen that she was standing not tier away She had gathered her cloak tiff her arm No she said distinctly I will not t tell them that HIs eyes still covered Tempest fcngged his shoulders Tell them what you please but wlUyougoI NewI thank you but goyou are very geedvery good and clever I fcape I shall not baulk your careert WtIIMQ Ihpuld not have careers He heard a door close the portiere waiitPith0 cere he stood for a moment his hands clfeched by his side his l expression dark and terrible All likeness to ceaius and good looksfor it pos fleeeed both was gone from his faceI He seemed brooding on horrors His lair fell over his brdw his head s wad teat His eyes now showed strongFas fce was weak fn his emotions he was JMW utterly swayed by them Like a Iwy he brushed away his tears with the back of his hand After he had ooodtK for what seemed tom a few minutes and was really a long time a gust of wind and rain struck jrtolently against the window and he ted With no care to put his di barbed countenance in order for curl jeoe eyes he went out to find Mrs Hen y fm her little room a corridor or so away Where Is the lady you forced upo me Henly Gone Mr Basil fifeV gone On footand alone In the storm Mrs Henlys tone if It could would ttve sent Miss Carew dryshod What folly and stupidity W t did you permit it Henly You u judgment and discretion what dl you tot her go for like that1 401She would hear of nothing else si- rshe seemed disturbed Without further parley he turned 90 his heel and marched out to the cloakroom hatted and cloaked him self and went from there to the sta tiles Although it did not consume iaalt an hour the putting between shafts and buckling up of the Horse Tempest fumed at the groom and with nervous haste himself threw in rub 1b blanket and rugs It was pour g in sheets when he came pelting ast of the5 stable the man threw loose Out mares bead and the fresh beast started rapidly out into the roadway Tempest had asked for a horse not butta sure yes dark like a cats and who could have felt her way to Cravenford The master of Craven hardly hoped to discover so soul as the park road- t the guest so rudely allowed to leave his doors Even a poor walker would ys wade the iiir and the lust Into the main road that led to CraTenford Nevertheless he peered and as it was far from dark it seemed needless to lean forward as Tempest did to search the roadside for so conspicuous an object as a pedestrian young woman of not mean height or figure His horse pounded through the mud bit well IB her teeth her head down the short incessant rain was a spur Tempest thought of the high heels of the ladys shoes and grew hot with shame Feminine folly he mut tered What modern twentiethcen tury emancipation A young woman not only independent but secure in herr lack of convention Fancy one inficheunchaperonedNot lme if I had dared show appreciation of her sex but it would have been the gallantYet as he mentally compared her to ladyMisstiveness in her plain dress the sharp note of white at neck and wrists the ofherIts absurd he muttered this emancipation women i Theyve no right or title to it For example now If I were not driving to her rescue where would she be poor dear He smiled She would melt lnthestorm As before him the road grew Indis fetchedMeltonroad She must have flown to have boorIHere the mare shied violently and In holding the cart to balance and quieting her Tempest almost failed to oftheestone had risen Miss Carew she hardly recognized the voice it was so full of live oncepleasehelp you unor tunatelyor leave my seat Can you manage itshe wont standMiss Carew displayed neither ill temper nor grudge In a twinkling she had climbed into the cartwas at his side You will let me drive you back to Craven warm you feed you show you hospitality I am chagrined Miss Carew He had Started to turn uTo the station please If it Jsnttoo much to asky He was sufficiently impressed by what he believed was the will of the modern woman to not gainsay her I dont wish to obey you but I have no choice Put on this macin osh please and cover yourself with this rubber there qver us both Theres a shorter cut to the town if you will tell me if there Is a stllajust there It would beto the right Yes Then we turn here and should reach Gravenford in threequarters of an hour Hush he said as she thank ed him Trouble I am ashamed of soTellyou are bound for uTo London tonight and to America the day after tomorrow Tempest caught his breath You mean you were serious You came goingbackuYesshe said simply But I never heard such a venture Is all reporting work like that Seven thousand mile for 1ssuppose so It seemed to them worth I should of course have suc ceededBut you have traveled beforeyou know Europe Ohi said I was In school in FJrance I have traveled but I have never been in England You must stay he cried enthusl asticly Englands a garden this county especially lovely Why Pen thuen within two miles of me Raynes snit the forest of Raynes I know said his companion Here to the west low shelving to the sea and she repeated one of Tempests sonnets written 15 years before Her manner ot speaking It was delightful andssimple He said nothing when she ceased He did mot speak again until they had entered the small hamlet of Craven nford and drew up to the station under a red lantern that swung from the eaves in the rain Two men in raincoats stood smok ing their pipes under the roof shelter At Tempests Hallo one of them came out to the platform edge- rIs that you Di Tempest sir seYes hold the mare will you Rams ddill Therell be no London train tonight slra haccident Slug Morges way No trains out before tomor row There was a moments slleice on the part of the people in the trap Then iMasked Musicians The Shakuhachi players of Japan aea privileged class of itinerant musicians Their instrumqnt a kind of reed oboe enjoys what is perhaps a nnlque distinction it having been adopted as a unit of measurement a sixth of a sen or abofittwo feet A peculiar headdress something Hk an immense oeacb basket bat i i the lady said But there are tiM trains surely to other stations Nose either way tonight mm reassured Mr RamsdUlITempest stood up In the cart and shook out his hat from which the water ran Rams dill at the mares head patted her neck the sweat run ning from her wet sides was drowned ba rainI Miss Carow outgithethat I have succeeded tint never so thoroughly as tonight Theres the station an Alehouse and a few farms you cant stay in any of them Well drlvebacI then at ones to warmth and light She thanked him and refused to hear of It I shall stay in some qne ol those houses if they will have me He dot out of the cart Theres a fire in the station Rams dill Yee sir Letme help you out Miss Carew Please come In for a few moment and let us see each other and get out of this Infernal dark sightDrenchedto her face her clothing clinging to her like a vine to a tree He exclaimed with contrition and anger dnd drew her tothe fire Sqo the red glow You will be Ulyou opt and stockings must be dripping Drink this He had his flask and forced her to take a generous draught To ill she was obedient Now he said determinedly you must go back with ine dont retaliate so cruelly Mrs Henly will care for you like a mother I cant leave you hereBut wet meek as her drenched hair made her look her reddening cheeks proved tha all her blood was not beaten out of her by the rinYou must leave me here Mr Tem pestI wish he said Impatiently you were not an American and a modern womanShe turned her hands before the blaze and he saw how fine they were how slender and distinguished- I am both however she replied with a little smile I have failed and I am going back Tempest without further parley went to the door and called to Rams dill Can your wife put this ladyMiss Carewup for the night Ramsdill Give her a good bed and some hot dinner and some dry things Tempest had made of Craven and countyandhis genius alone was adored- I expect missusll be pleased to Mr Tempest Corn then he ordered over his shoulder r to the girl in a tone as masterful as if he had not been beaten Ramsdill has a very decent cot tage not half a mile from the castle its clean and wellkept and Polly She Presented a Pitiable Sight Ram dlll is a nice creature Ill let you stay there or at the castle He waited impatiently as she put her foot on the step of the cart She chose composedly Ramsdllls please Oh the long wet way back he said Ive been a boor will you forgive me You have been ost kind Mr Tempest V- No notell me please you forgive can you ask it I should never have so forced myself You do thenI am obstinate say the Verds Well then I do of course forgive you Mr Tempest will you prove it7 I If I can- T e Ramsdill cottage a type of hun reds of low eaved vinecovered nestling houses sent out into the rail its one ruddy star through a snull windowpane As the cart ap pro ched this door opened and a cheerful bar of light cat iqto the dart TO BE CONTINUED se ves as a cool variety of mask per mi ting the wearer to ace without be lag seena Decided advantage ta- Sih people as have come down in tb and are undesirous of publicity also serves as a further dictlnc feature of this class of musician to those who do not read th drscrip tlie matter which is hung iir front o each playciVWide World Magazin i EXCELLENT TYPE OF WESTERN DEHORNING CHUTE r Standard Style Generally Used Excepting Few Minor Modifications Which Do Not Change Principle II J A n Oregon Dehorning Chute Aa to the squ eze gate and dehorn Ing chute shown Nberewith this is the standard style used throughout the west excepting of course a few minor modifications which do not af fect the principle involved The plan given is for branding on the right hip but It may be easily modified for branding on any spot desired writes Ermine L Potter of Oregon Agricul tural college in Breeders Gazette The four posts used for the corneas should be strong and set deeply in the ground about five feet apart in the clear The righthand posts should extend b1 feet above the ground and the others seven feet above ground For framing 2x6lnch lumber is about right although strong poles may be used just as well Inch stuff is all right for the siding The left side is made stationary and the bottom is set in about fifteen inches The right side is hinged by two bolts G and H The sides must not be much more than ton inches apart at the bottom The squeezing power Is applied by a block and tackle attached at the points A and B Two small double pulleys and an old lariat rope will do very well The front end is made like a com mon stanchion The post J Is station ary while K is fastened at the bottom with a single bolt and is held in place at the top by the lever E which is notched on the under side to catch on the top of the corner post When it is desired to open the stanchion this lever Is raised to disengage the notch and K pulled back against the corner post The post J should be placed pretty well toward the left corner post since the animal is pressed against the left side during the opera = tion This also allows the stanchion tube opened very wide so that the larger cattle may get through with out difficulty The right side is shown cut downso that the hip may be readily reached with the iron Any part of the siding may be cut down just as well In any case the side should be higher than is shown in the drawing especially in front It is shown low in this case so that the construction may be better illustrated In using the chute the bar Cis removed and the stanchion opened but the bar D is left in itn place If this bar Is out the animal may go right on through the stanchion in fact it may be necessary to use more than one bar in this place Just as soon as the animal is in place clamp the stanchion shut put up the bar C and close thesqueeze gate with rope L Now take a pair of bull pincers or spring nose clamps with about three feet of rope attached Fasten these in the animals nose pull the head around to one side and hold in place by giving the rope a wrap around the lnF This pin may be an old bolt ior a wood screw driven into the post isome use a halter in place of nose clamp but the halter Is not so good The nose clamp holds the head more securely and few cattle will fight against a clamp In the nose as they will against a halter The left horn is now in position to be removed and as soon as this Is done the rope Is removed from the pin F and the head drawn to the left and Where tnere are small watercourses or open ditches the adjacent land may be drained with comparative ease and slight expense The slope of the ground is usually indicated clearly enough the drains being laid in what Is called a natural system When the land Is more nearly level and the toil is stiff and retentive e gridiron J i fastened to a similar pin in the left corner post The right horn is cut the brand applied and the job is done The bar D is removed the stanchion opened and the pressure on the sides released The animal now corner out the front endof the chute right through the stanchion and usually Into another corral Of course he may be let back thq way he came in but most men prefer to have the dehorned cat tie separatja from the rest 9Dnvenlent1yrow lane Qr chute leading up to the back entrance of the dehorning chute from the main corral The front lend of the chute should open into another corral Cattle are very much opposed to entering an arrangement of this kind unles the corrals are such that they cannot b it The dimensions given are for the average run of mixed stuff If ninny heavy steers are to be dehorned the higherItthe movable sides press on the hip bones instead ofon the fleshier parts of the This may knock the skin oft tie hips and cause consider able pain Ibesldesnot holding the ani mal secu defect however may be asily remedied by nailing horizontally along each side a piece 2x10 inches or 2x8 inches just below the leveriof the animals hips This puts the J pressure on the sides in stead of ton the hip bones These pieces iney just as well be put on at the veryiflrstey are pretty sure to be needed The hepherd and His Sheep In England many shepherds shear sheep aid lambs before putting tjhem on fall f dbut the practice Is dying outWhen jsheepshearlng machines first came use was touch prejn dice aga nst them because they made many wounds A little practice with a maChine quickly demonstrated that the fork can be done better with it than by hand r A nlcej fat sheep well shorn with machine looks somewhat fatter than it really Is doubtless because the work is fso evenly donekIf you did not the salting bf your sheep when first put on pasture this spring you doubtless lost sqme from bloat Turnip Forage for Sheep In Etgi land the crop isi uti 4lined rbextenslvelY In feeding sheep bu in this country It would not be made to play the same part In the ecpiDomy of sheep feeding The turnipsjare not harvested In England but the sheep are given the run ofj the feedbutfreezes jup about the first of December r it wpuljl be impossible to harvest the crop in this manner although it might be profitable Jo hurdle the sheep in this manner during the fall and har vest the crop fOft winter feedingj but where ensilage can be grown to provide succulence for winter I do not believe that it would pay to depen wfIiterfeedlnq SYSTEMS OE LAND DRAINAGE r system of parallel lines should be laid town with mains and sub mains Many who havbnot yet adopted in cuba bfs for but who annu ally hatch out large numbers of chicks with hens own one or more bro der In which to rear part of the cn the less work erjUlled byr srof c mERDOCTORS r FAILED LydlaEPiiikbamWe ti ble Compound Cured Tier Knoxrille IowaI suffered with pains low down in my right side for ayear or more and was so weak and nrTOUB that I could not do my work Z rsPinkx4i J Eo Plnkhams V OOlpoundmJ am glad to that fi Y9ur medicines and J L kind letters of di 3 jpiirectioni have dons 1more or me than an else and I ydido myworkand re well at night I believe there is nothing like the Pinkham remedies Mrs CLABJL FBANKB BFD Kol Knoxville Iowa PinkhamVean herbs is unparalleled It may be med with P9rfect confidence Womwho suffer from displacements inflam nation ulceration fibroid tumors ir regularities o backache bearingdown feelingflatulency indt gestion or nervous proms uon i PlnkItamVegetable e standard remedy for female ills and suffering women owe it to themseltN to at least this medicine a trial Proof is bndantthat it has mired thousands of others and why should itnot cure you Ifyon want pec1alsdTcewr JtibrsPinkhamJkynnfMass foriti It Is free and always helpful Low One W- aRates to the Pacific j Northwest In effect daily j l March IApril atII Good on the comfortable 7 0 tourist sleepers of the UnionPacifci The Safe Road to Travel 11traak tectionrdiningV car meals and service Best ijxf dWorld X For further information ri call on or address f l E L j1UnionOmaha Neb cls Dont Persecute l JCetGllt6u haeurtnr TIT CARTERS LITTLE LIVER PILLS P1rdrretethla AR- tadr as the ieUieate M ud tMcWiCIIe offCan c ls 1TEILE 1V ER PILLS ItjSnailGENUINEatut heir ugnatore r J J i t L urA i t rITflaye iived l have livedak yes have lived Whatever the note I near iT Of human joy or human woe In my heart the echo rings leasAndsum mer breeze fJi I have loved and have hated have sinned and have prayed jLl strayedknow1the goldttOr whether given for good or lIIfor both are In my heart NinetteM Lowater In New York Sunf 0 The Story of an Engagement Ring By RAMY NIVLERI Copyright JS09 by Associated Uteraxy PrIIs this Mr Howard 7 Lawrence Howard looked up Upon seeing a pretty young woman standing in the door he arose Yes he answered Come in The girl came quietly forward and took the seat be offered her I1Ihave come in answer to your ad vertlsement for bookkeepers I saw your father downstairs and he sent met to you Do you want a place Yes she answered simply pAtanswered that she had no practical business experience but that she had tithatter some mpre talk Howard agreed to take her name and address and to letI i her know if she were needed Julia Burling she said was her name and wlenhe asked the very inquisitive andJentirely unnecessary question as toItier age she said she was 21 When Miss Burling left the office jdoordown thejhall She was an interesting girl and Lawrence toward was alIways looking out for interesting perIsons Although afterfour years in lege he had been made junior partnerc in his fathers business he was aIstudent He enjoyed the unusual t human nature This Miss Burling seemed to him unusual She was changingtosaid that she had never been em jl1ployed and Howard could hav guessed as much Likely hetthought she doesnt know a thin about it but Ill try hero r hgdutiesard From the first she showed that she understood the important points in her work and the minor details she HowardsI Followea Her with His Eyes teaching He continued to be inter ested in the girt with the sweet sad face and the dark eyes that seemed to have brightness hidden away in them Often he had occasion to close or open the window near per or to pickup her fallen papers and the smile with which she would thank him for such courtesies showed that she could be decidedly beautiful if only she were happier One day when they happened- to leave the big noisy building at the same time he walked home with her UsIhim lOne day about two months after s had come to the office Miss Burli asked Lawrence to help her find a ml take in her accounts As she directed his eye along the lines of figures he noticed on the ringfinger of her left hand a large diamond solitaire Somehow the sight did not please him T evening impelled by something whi he told himself was curiosity he we home with her again and when th- reached her boarding house she Invited t him up Into her sittingroom Lawrence went He found the ro furnished in mahogany withhandso rugs upon the floor and copies of wellsheknown pictures upon the wall When he complimented her taste she smiled and said Yes these things are own of course I saved them wh everything else was sold Lawrence never had mown her to concerningherself more he could not find It In him to ask In vain he searched the walls the mantels and the stands for the photo graph of a young manof her fiance Why was she in mourning and where did her ring come from Presently he looked up from his absorption to flail that Miss Burling was busy setting a little topic for two She smiled in an s jiOhwith me she said I havent had thIcook my meals myself except on sun- days and holidays I find it cheaper After their simple dainty meal which Howard enjoyed to the fullest Miss Burling sang to him in a sweet trained voice some old Ipve and ballads Lawrence Howard knew that night situngin her He knew as he walked home happy in the memory of her smile that that smile was to htm more than beautiful Summer had come and gone Mss j Burling had returned to the office after a two weeks holiday Lawrence andthathe remembered that first evening he visited her little sitting room that she had not had any compare I since she had been living there He adopted the plan of calling to see her Monday evening of one week Tues of another Wednesday of another and soon until he had assured himself that she had no regular and permanent visitor He had sometimes visited her oftengo her lover could he find thee early spring she was dressed in a soft seenger black and he made no effort to conceal his admiration now Oh she said coloring as she no tired his fixed gaze Z felt so queer putting this on But I thought that 1 just couldnt wear black clothes for an other whole year and I cant afford to buy any more new garments until next year I know mother herself would want me to do just this way about it- This was one of her occasional and charming bursts of confidence and this time Lawrence found tour ge to take advantage of her mood Was it for your mother he asked tremulouslyYes died Just two months before I came to the office She had shaldiedso that I might have something after she died My mothers mother died when mother was Just a little girl and grandfather when he was old af ter mother married married a young widow with a little boy When he died he left his property to be divided between his wife and my mother with the provision that mothers portion stepelsondid as a punishment for my mother He had never wanted her to merry and he thought that my father a poor musician wanted her only for her arrangementInmoney after my mothers death But motheHlongbefore and horrible death was what shocked mother so that she was always an Invalid So I have nothing the money went to grandfathers stepson The girl paused a moment to collect herself and Lawrence thought that her unusual mood of confidence was beer But after a little pause she began regain The night she diedI remember so well the sceneshe called me td her shehewasscouldnt understand how I could get along handfrorpfondlyh she gave me this ring her en teyo n the bustle of business life The girl turned her head away and hidmae t was aware of an arm around ier PhJuliastartleend no Then Julia I love you You are ringforUmetoThe one serviceable sate certain remunerative attainable qualityInevery study and Jn every pursuit is the quality of attention Dickens tsoooOoo INNER Record byYoung With Little Knowledge of Cards He Wins Title to Mining Property In Australia That Made Him Rich New York Five million dollars Is the largest sum ever won in acardgame at a single sitting and the story Of the vast winning carries toe listener to a lonely hut in a rugged section of Australia according to the chronicles of Ralph Nevlll the English historian andfhegraph The story is related its an in stance of the whims of fortune which in certain rare instances seems to delight in showering her gifts upon some one who is not a gambler A young Englishman who had gone capitalwas twoIpoached The Englishman accorded em such Hospitality as life scant tar putthemafter dinner and when conversation drewfromo f cardsAlthough the young host knew little of gaming he finally consented after much persuasion to play for smalls kes but he stipulated that as soon as any of the three chanced to lose e s pocktsprogressed for a time with varying for tune but luck eventually went the way of the float and the pockets of his guests were emptied of their modest sums The losers were anxious to con losingdupon arrival at the nearest town but the Englishman insisted that the agreement be Kept We agreed to play for ready money your losses are trifling Lets turn in and go to bed he said Tho losers continued to insist but their entreaties fell on deaf ears Suddenly one of them said Bill wheres that bit of paper we got up the country Perhaps hell play us for that A soiled document was produced It appeared to be the title countryThe Luck Went to the Host value to it but the host agreed that should be allowed ent 10 When the gauge was rearmed luck con documentithe trio retired for the night an early the next day the strangers went heIr way first having left an address so that any question concerning the title could be referred to them A week passed arid the Englishman had fOrgotte about his slip of pa per which he had sent with son ther securities to the nearest ban He was stan Ing In frontof his bout the same hour of the day wh anskheiter and food Though roughly ressed the tranger was eVidently ossessed of money He announced aimself as de Irous of purchasing plots af land and aid he was prepared to pay liberally He pressed his host to tell him I he knew any lots for iistoryry strangeand P 0 for it visitori returned t at he had developed veritable erase for the possession of he paper He displayed 200 In cash and ten ered It Englishmanreally was valuable and he told his saleIlnVqsUgaUo1 docu inent was a blear title to a property which held one of the richest mines in all Australia and before he was through with jit it had netted the man o won the paper from the two wayfarers in the hut a sum very closet 5000000 The Englishman who is still alive later provided handsome Ilfor the men from whom he had He learned later that the welltodo s ranger whotook such an interest In him was a speculator in mines who lone way or another had learned that the property represented by the evenIh not tremendous slim eventually realized by the man mostnpiker at card ganfei EXCELLENT TRADE IN WESTERN CANADA SPLENDID CROPS BIG PRICES AND PROSPEROUS OUTLOOK FOR THE FUTURE Throughout all of Canada and espe cially in the Western Provinces of everylineranted by every condition The crops of the past year were what was expected and the prices for grain of all kinds put the farmers in a Class by 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all prices and all colors A Big Line of Lawns As low as 4c All the popular checks and plaids sheer white goods at attraction prices 1012 12 and 15c a Special 36 in Nainsoka fine cloth forLadies and Childrens underwear nightrobes etc IJcThis is thbest thing ever offered Piece Bedroom Suits Oak and Mahogany and Oak Rockers Dressers 500 an Tables t Reed lockers 300 Oak 15Q up them Apron fv G6odslt Silk Exclusive at29c BlacK and Grey Silk Mull similar retail at 47c Our price 35c SVIn Woolen Dress we show leading shades diagonal selling then atsoc 7c Especially values white Mohairs and Serges hard todu All new and new UndessedKid Patent Metal Oxford Pumps etc for Ladies V C lildrens wearallsizes and quality BigJJne ofIShirts President shirts Mens We are showing beautiful models in todate Clothing such mak s as HART SCHAPFNER OCHS Blacks and Blues Greys and Fancies A look ourtimmense stock certainly please ypu FUHRMAN CO BLOOMFIELD KY 1fW Ww w wwww wwww ww ww ww ww The great Saddle RED Horse will make BIRDthe seas6n of 1910 at the farm ofI I Judge Thurman onequatter mile of Springfield at 30 Insure a Living Colt PEDIGREE Red Bird was bj Cabells Joe Brown 1955 he by Cabells Lexington first sire second dsm Dollie C by Elastic Horse He will be limited to 20 mares no more under any circumstances Will also at the same time and place stand RED BIRD Jr at 15ITO INSURE A LIVING COLT DESCRIPTION fIND PEDIGREE Bed Bird Jr is Dark 0 16 hands weighs 1150 pounds and carries himself in most He has proven himself superb bleeder imparting size action to his colts Red Bird Jr is by Old Red Bird he Itlvemanner he by hells Lexington first dam Sallie Wilkes Wilkes Lyle 4658 by Georgo Wilkes 519 1st dam by American Clay 34 sire of Granville 226 MaggIe Briggs 2 27 the dams of Nutmeg 216 Hermit 216 St Valentine 17 etc 2d dam by MiiYnbrmo 11 sire of dams Qf Piedmont 17J etc 3d dun Mrs Claude dam of Ericsson 30i sire of dam of Moquet- 4 210 etc Bourbon 383 by Mambrino Chief 11 1st dam Puss by Grey Eagle Atsame time and place will stand the fine Tack JackofDiamondsby Kings Giant 3 yerc ld will weigh 1150 Ibs 15J hands high has good bone and good foot He will make the season at 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Mares pastured at 3 month or fed at 15 per month Care to prevent accidents OUT not responsible any occur Lien on all colts for payment of ervice fee Money due when mare is parted with or bred elsewhere I XHXJRMAN PETERS COOOOOOOOOOOOOOWOOOCoooo HAPPY HOLLOW We are havinsrsomepne weather at present Mr John Armstrong and wife atten ded meeting at Wllli3hurgSpnday and- dined at the tV Bar nett and family Those who dined at the home of Mr JLee Settle Sunday were Messrs Obe Fowler and wife EdjrarSettle and fam ily Colman Settle and wife Messrs Everett and Miltie Keeling Elmer and Douf Han by An enjoyable day was spent by all Mr Ernest Shields spent Sunday with Messrs Willie and Clark SpringfieldSaturiJay Mr A Suttqn and wife spent Sunday with his daughter and soninlaw Mr and Mrs A Coulter near this place MiscMyrtieJArmstrong spent Saturday her Mrs Ed Hanby Mr George Keelin and wife spent Saturday aftetnoonwiththeirdaughter M IMMr ITii ch Godhy spent WiiiT M Walter Hanby Mrs Tolley Griffey anti little daugh ter spent Thursday night with her father Mr J M Shields 3 Reed Odd i 42 u v and See j ww Wilkes GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS GpLD SUREGROWING KIND tin- c1guaranteT prcpienor anibzncriL 1 theijpersxpense SEEDS foryouS TRENTWILUSBURG Anew J Tussah ALE line in SILK in all shades AU 40cIA beautifal lineall shades rough suiting mercerizedsummer retail at We the lot Plain Poplinscolored 34in All mercerized Poplin worth 40c Our goods aluesOurll all in weaves good in at Allpstyler Suedes Cluett I will i j J s a a a His Nokomis 2 2 a a should J of i I Mr Armstrong and wife were in Springfield Saturday on business Mr Milton Shields spent several days of last with his son Mr J Mi Shield Miss tie Armstrong spent Friday with Mrs Samuel Coulter of this Mr C C Foster and family spent last Monday and Tuesday with the am ilv of Mr M Shi lds STATE OF OAIO CITY OF TOLEDO i LUCAS CoflNTY fIFrank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State said and that said will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS breach and every case of CatatTh that be by the use of Halls Cacarrh Cure FRANK CHENEY 1rTlresencethisrEAL Notary PubticI ernalIIyfor testimonials F L HE freeISold by all Take Halls pation The Sun and CourierJournal 150 MJ THE 4 I I J Arae u because we can bUY them iL that fdund to be uniads- Staitc Mjr pin be returned at TtM no chance four having poor seeds in stock Pmnt that make GOLD MEDAL SEEDS a goods p JtM KY r aiV 4 49c worth 75c 35C 20c 25c worth 50c Gun Men best u w attrac 2 Chief Chief taken sister place J J afore cannot cured kWieans pretty w WWWW W5W W W OBITUARY On March 5th law the death angel visited the home of sister Rebecca Speak and alltd her away She was born September 3rd 1826 and was mar 10IthlSlmine Chap in Ky Merritt Robinson AshbrDoK Ky Wesley Lexington Ky Aaron Robinson Pierrre S Darid iohn Robinson Roachdale Ind On J u ly 24 1866 she was mar ned to W sipeaK To this union four children were born Her husband and one daughter Martha of Lexington TCy survive her these she leaves thirtyfive grandchild ren and l greatgrandchild ren to mourn her death She united with the Church of Christ at Antioch Ky in the year 1847 un der the preaching of Eleven Merritt and continued an humble Christian to the close of her llife Smiles good words giveHerevoice from Heaven saying unto me blessed are ihe which die in the Lord rrom henceforth vea aith the SPIrituthaQ they may rest from labors and works do follow them II Rev 1413 So we hope that when Jt BUS comes Accompanied by 10000 of his saints come unto the resurrection of life to then be admitted into Heaven that beautiful city where her rest peace and happiness will be complete J A SIMS Willisburg Ky Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets assist nature in driving alt im purities out oif system insurihg a free and regi4lar and restping the organs of the to health and and strength Sold by all Druggists Elderly People Helped Free The last y ars of life are the sweet proIis exercised in maintaining bodily health But the chief care should al be with regard to the food you eat and whether you digesting it properly YQ u should not allow yourself to become constipated N6 doubt you have tried salts and cathartic pills tablets etc and have come to he conclusion that they violent in act4on and do but goQd Ll8tcn then to the voice ot pcricncc with to a wonderful mild laxative Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep sin It is no new only we are trying to find new frfcnds for ItA A Felts of Johnston City Ill suf yearslanduses too success We could name hundreds of others Some heard of it first through neighbors or friends through theidoctors offer to send any sufferer stomach liver or bowel complaint a free charseUhe will send jiou a trial bottle direct to your home if It proves itself as he bybuyingpeopielikeIt is well to mention that the purity of this remedy is Vouched for with the U S government Also though a free bottle ilL sent to prove its merits results are regularbittles It there Is anything about your ailment that you dotft understand or if you want ohy medical write f ii the doctor and he willS answer you fully There Is n0 charge for this errlce The address is Dr W B 500 Caldwell bldg Montlcello Ill For sale by The Red Cross Drug Store- All CalicosS American and Simpson 5c Ginglam5cChe-ese Nai ooki 5c India Linen 5c 78 Bro 5c 78 Bleached Cotton5c36 inch Bleached Cotton 7 l2cequal to Hope cotton 104 Bleachedsheeting25c TUSSAH goods Linen colors pnteI30c more and and Neckwear in sired Robinson Robinson With dead their forth concition body are purgative today Cfildwell W5WW5WWW TwWWww Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court J C and C A Green Admfn istrators of Sidnei Green Plaintiffs vs J F Isham Defendant Equity By virtue of a judgment and order o saleof the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1910 in the aboye styled cause for the sum of 5Q9 28 with interest at the rate oT six per centum per annum from the 1st day op January 1906 until paid and 500 for the costs in this action I shall proceed to for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Kyoh Monday April 25 1910 At 2 clock pm or thereaboutbe ing 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 landlyirgin Washington county Ky on waters of Wolf Pen Branch anti which is hounded as fol lows On the North bV the lands of John Burns and Lawson Cutsinger on the East by Wm Isaacs and G T Kimber lin on the South by Sandford Thurman and on the West by Geo Sparrow and is the same which was cbnveyed to J F Isham by deed of Hardm Isham ot date the 22nd of April 1905 and recor ded in deed book No 51 page 345 ii the office of the the Washington County Court For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or surities must execute bond bearing legl interest from date of sale until paid and having the force effect of a A lien being retained on the property Bidders will be prepared to promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M C W C C Kills A Murderer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Constipat ion Headach Biliousness Chills 25c at Haydon Robertson Don CarlosBeautiful Bay and Saddli Stallion Will make the season of 1910 at my place 2J miles from Wilhsburcw on Snarpsyill and Willisburg turnpIkE at 8 to a Colt to Stand ft Suck Don Carlos is 16 hands high sired by Nuncio 223i Nuncio bv Nutwood 218J 1st dam by LeGrand 2nd dam by Don Pedro 223 Don Carlos has proven himself a firstclass breeder in every particular COXIEM- y fine Jack Coxie will make the at the same time and place at 7 to Insure a Colt to Stand and Suck Coxie is a Grey Jack coming 8 years old sired by Burton CoxsBright Light 16 hands Jack 1st aam by Calq wells Giant 16 hands Lien retained on all colts until season is Money due when colt is jfoaled Qr parted with Richard Rii it Everything J r i rt in Ladies Neck n v Jir Wy iSityear arid Hair i rwitches and Crowns 25t 50 and 75 cents vr ON new d quote and Leathers t MARX MILTON through l to retained John week My afternoon firm their the ways areI others advice Cotton Ky McElroy offer Clerkof and judgment comply prevention Harness Insure season paid mare www Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky l W D Claybrobke etc Plaintiffs vs F I Purdom etc Defendants Equity offrendered at the February term 1910 in the above styled cause for settlement of the estate Ii shall proceed to offer for sale at the COurt House door in Springfield Ky on Monday April 25 1910 At 2 oclock p m or thereabout Ueing county court ddyto tne highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towit A parcel of land in Washington county Ky in tne village ot Texas and on the North side of the Springfield and Perry ville turnpike road and bounded as followsVBeginning at a stone in the center of said turnpike corner to the property of R J Young running East with the center of said turnpike 76 feet to a stone thence North 379 feet to i stone thence Vest 76 feet to a stone in line of R J Young thence with his lirie 163 feet to the beginning containing one half acre more or less For the purchase price the purchaser 1ot purchasers with approved security beanngIpaid and having the force and 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 C WC C Commissioners Sale l Washington Circuit Court Ky rThomas J Graves Guardian Plaintiff vs Josephine Mcllvoy etc Defen dants Equity 1 By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1910 in the above styled cause for the pur pose pf the infant obtaining her estate I shall proceed to offer for dale at the Courthouse door in Springfield Iy on Monday April 25 1910 At 2 oclock p m or thereabdutbei- ng Court day to the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towit countyKybounded as follows Beginning at a point in the Mackville and Perryville pike corner to theChris IUan church lot and running thence with the said church lOt N 20 W 244 chains to anoakpost corner to said church lot thence S 87 E 494 chains to corne to ParIs Peter lot thence with line of same S 14J E 3 21 chains to ce teriof Mackville and Perryville pikf thence with said road N 73i W 3 fc ofaCreFor the purchase price the purchasfr or purchasers with approved securifc or sureties must execute bond bean IJpaidi CF BOSLEY Mc W CC J l t Dr WF Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYD- eiitalworkatreasonableprices All guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber BD LAKEf I Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 1 Life Fire and Accident DRM W HVAre OFFICE OVER v THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 m 4 to 5 pm Dr J C Mydd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE CJ HAYDONs Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to 2 P M T SCOTT MAYES 1 ATTYATLAWt Springfield Ky Washingthandsad Federal Courts CC McCHORD ATTYATLAWSSpringfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts WDCLAYBROOKEI I ATTYATLAW Springfield KyIWashingtonsadpeals MARSHALL DUNCANSLAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Vashingtond 1 S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield KY hpeciaItrWill able Phone 84 r MIIUSSELLvVM t AUCTIONEER Lebanon Ky Rt p tr Crying of public sales a specialty Caja cry sales anywhere cheaper than cheapest Phone 1 long 1 short Lebanon Exchange y TM iia snd CS4fJNrm ILlS k 1 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