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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jtt r PJrJYrtt 1t1 U11 t t r J DEVOTED TO THE INTEREStl OF WASHINGTON eoul voJ i tapI VOLUME YL rSPlllll uLD KYij wDNESDAT APRIL 20 1910 EULHI QUARTERLYCOURT largest Docket In Several Years Several Cases of Importance Disposed Off More business was transacted at the April term of the Quarterly Court than bas been transacted by this Court fora number of terms Court was convened Monday morning by Judge Litsey and continued in session Monday and yester defaultof issues were tried out Among the most important were JGMansfield ys Elijah Yocum The question in yolved in this case was as to whether money which the defendant haU 4 Dank was exempt or not Judge Litsey held that 20 of the amount on deposit was not exempt and gave judgment for this Sum The case of E L Sweeney surviving partner vs W SY Goodlett consumed almost two days in trial The plaintiff suede for balance of 49alleged to be due lOt sawing The defendant answered ind filed a counter claim and set off The jury ga e hepliiiitiiLajerdict for if 2275 The case of George Bohohvs I8 Hilland Head vs Mayes xv ereJV ntinJ tied until the May term VJ Dedication of the Baptist Church CQn Sunday May 1 the new 6apti tirch will be dedicated The morning services will commence promptly at 1030 Dr M P Hunt of Lopisville will preach the Dedication sermon Dr Hunt is widely known as one of Ken tackys strongest pulpit orators In theafternoon at 330 Dr Everett Gill of Danville will deliver a Missionary address Dr Gill has spent several years On the mission field and comes as- a man with a message At 8 oclock in the evening Rev J M Roddv who isI BjiptistThe dedication of this building is con sidered a very important event in the affairs of Kentucky Baptists and there will be many visitors from different parts of the State Halleys Comet Halleys Comet which has for many awaited with expectancy is now distinctly visible just above the horizon at an early hour each morning The comet passed the sun on March 27 and since then has approched near w enough to the earth to be seen for a short time before the sun rises each morning The comet will become more and more distinctly visible as time goes on until oh May 18th the earth passes through its tail when it crosSes our orbit In the course of a week or two the comet will be seen earlier in the morn ing and will be visible for a longer ti each day The Difference The pessimist kills a was right off The waits until it stings him The pessimist raps the cow over the back with the milk stool the first time she kicks The optimist waits until she spills the milk The pessimist con demns the book agent the moment he enters his home The optimist waits until he has sold him the bookEx feoooeoeoeoeoe eoeoeoeoao For Catarrhal G Affections and throat troubles we have every Q aid and remedy Anomizers jof all kids inhalers syringes etc as e will as every recognized remedy of value If you are at all troubled in 0 in this way take care of it at once o and it will save you much expense 0 and trouble later on 10LEO HAYDO eTHEoeoaaeoeoeoeaeaeeoeol DIBoard of Equalization Raises County Valuations The State Board ol Equalize iron has raised Washington county property 10 percent This is on real esta e inclu ding town property The codnty offi cers have been cited to the Board on May 3rd appetJrherore why the raise should not not known whether any of the county officials will go or not as the raise here is not as great as that pf a n tuber of counties Death of Baily Hui4t r1aodMr Bailey Hurst son of MrsGeo Hurst died at the his parents in Louisville last Friday night of tubercular trpuble ag d twen tythree years The young nan was buried in Louisville Monday me ruin g The deceased was a native of Springfield where his parents formerly lived but had been living in Louis ills for about twenty years Mr Hur it was a grandson of Mrs James Noe pt this place and a nephew of Messrs Robert J Sand Frank Noe Hogs on Decline Tuesdays Times There was a sensa tional decline of seventyfivji ents a hundred pounds m m rket at the Bourbon Stock Yards this norning prices for the best dropped 10 9 a hundred pounds The decline vas so sharp that sellers were loathe tc accept bids of 9 and the market was almost demoralized of the hogs going over until tomorow- Todays decline marks a drop 0 210 fromthe high point reached sev eral weeks ago Nearly al other roar kets were correspondingly weakioday Grant County Farmers Fined Cincinnati 0 April 16 Eight countyyarmers were found guilty ofI conspiracy restraint of trade by a jury in he United States District court at Covin ton Ky late today Of the twelve men indicted one wa dismissed Jby order of Federal Judge acquittedonthis afternoon Fines ranging from 100 to 1090 were assessed The deten ants convicted ere al lecred to have nterfered wit the Interstate Commer law by t ftitimidating and persuading T Osborne also Grant county farmer ito withdraw fro shipment a lot of tobacco consigned to the Cincinnati marke trom the sltation at Dry Ridge Ky 25OOQO For Green River Information from the Senate Com mitfee on mmerceta that a 250000 appropriation was allowed unanimously by that committee The 250000 will give slackwater truth L N tracks near Munfordville twill op portumties for development in Hart county that will brm out all the min eral values of the section The methods pursued by Senator Paynter and signalmvictory are similar to those used two years ago when they secured a public building for BardstoWn the smallest citv in the nation so honoredEliza bethtown News I Your tongs is coated Your breath is foul goThese your stom dch is the trouble To remove the cause is the first thing and Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will do that Easv to take and most effective Sold by all druggists pitiao0rarooactooc a Dont Accept Glasses until a scieptific examination of your eyes has determined exactly the kind i your eight requires We will make J such an examination without charge 0 If we find you dont need glasses we 5 tell you so If you do need them we toQeye needs You run a big risk Iypur ting glasses in any other way J M RussellJEWELER AND OPTICIAN aaoaa aaaaaaaaoJoif i i 1 J tSOCIALIST t PROPAGANDA A Most Remarkable Combination of Fact and Fiction Now that a Socialist has been elected mayor of one of the great cities of the toorIIoughbases its claim to recognition and Flhpmosllbyup their ideas in regard o the evils real and imaginary at present existing in the United States It must bead mitted that there is a great deal more of truth than of poetry in some of the statements put forth but that the Sc cialists are equipped either mentally or morally to cope with the situation is a matter of very grave doubt to put itImildly The appeal follows H You Filipinos dont know what you are missing by not wanting to become citizens of this grand country of ours There isnft anything like it under the sun 0 ought to send a delegation over to sce usrthe land of the free land of fire churches and 180000 licens ed saloon bibles forts arid guns mil lionaires and paupers theologians and thieves libertines and liars politicians s and povertiy Christians and chain gangs schools and scalawags trusts and tramps money an misery homes an hunger virtue and vice a land whey- you can gfet a good bible for lilies cents and a bad drink of whiskey fo five cents where we have a man in Congress with three wives and a lot intthe penitentiary for having two wives where som men make sausage out of their wive and some want to eat the raw wher we of dogs canned makfboloSDaout and sick cows pnd eo ale who ea it where we put a man i jail for not having the moans of support and oil the rock pile for asking for a job of WOrK where we license bawdy houses and ifine men for preaching Chri t on the street corners where we have Iit Congress of 400 men wno make laws 0fset where good whiskey makes bad men and bad men make Ioodc whiskey where newspapers are paid for suppressing the truth and made rich for teaching a he where professors draw their convictions from the same wherte P are ay year to dodge the devil and tickle the ears cf the wealthv where business consists of yswont you where trusts hold upand poverty holds down where men vote for what they db not want for tear the will get what they do want bv votin for it where niggers can vote and womer cant where a girl who goes thme as a gentleman where women wear fat e hair and mdn dock their horses tails r here the political wirepuller hasdis laced the patriotic statesman where men vote for a thing one day and cuss onlwfhiskey in the cellar where we spend t bury a statesman who is rich whoIlonesome and to be honest is to be a crank where we sit on the safety valve of energy and pull wide open the throt tie of conscience where gold is ubl stance the one thing sought for where we pay 15000 for a dog and fitteen cents a dozen to a poor woman for mak ing shirts where we teach the untu tOted Indian eternal life from tIle bi ble and then kill him off Vi badwhis j key where we put a macayii jafl for stealing a loaf of bread Congress checkijustice is asleep crime ru s amuck corruption permeates put wnole3oclalland political fabric and from every street corner c me o Uti Fillies Weve got the greatest aggre gallon of good things bad things hot things and cold things varrietiesand colors ever exhibited under one tent II j McCHORD IS AT THE HEAD Charleston W Vr April 12CoJr plete reorganization was effected here today by stockholders of the Consolida ted Casualty Company a million dollar corporation which was recently placed in charge of the State Insurance Com dmissioner because of a tangle in its fi affairsenThe new corporation will begin busi 140r000 and the Home office will be in this city instead of Chicago as heretofore The new officers elected by the stockholders today are President C C Mc MmJ Wade Iowa City la secretary and treasurer W A Hart of Chicago Byn1 a Simple Home Remedy If you are suffering trom any form f skin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use Mr Leo Haadan th druggist has this remedy m stock and isIrecommended for Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff Tetter and orbs diseases of the skin and scaly Zemo has made some remark ble cures and j with each purchase of Zemo Mr Leo Hoydon will give you a booklet an diseases and you can ciagnose your ow case and be cured in your own horn without any inconvenience or loss of time from business by this clean simple preparation Ylard of ThankstWe desire to extend our heartfelt thanks to our neighbors and friends for the many kindly ministrations and sympathetic words during our great bereavement in the death of our son GEO KEELING and family Wiilisburg Ky U 50 Train leaves Springfield 715 a m Arrives Louisville 935 a m Returning Leaves Louisville 600 p m J BASE BALL i Louisvillevs Indianapolis IVALLEY HILL J Your correspondent has the misfor tune to be quite ill this week and hope the readers will kindly excuse our feeble efforts to supply a good letter Wheat has taken another shift an the prospects are for a fair yield Oats are making an excellent showing Several of our early farmers have resown their tobacco beds during the past week Grass and weeds have chok ed plantsMr of Danville who has charge ot the Grundy Home here is giving universal satisfaction and the school is flourishing under his new man Grundy have just received haVlngjpartially son as pitcher J P Haynes has returned to Louisville while John Pol in their mainstay at the receiving end is to begin the practice of law now pliJthtTheywdlmake however and will doubtless have a good lineup Wednesday last was milling day in this section and Litae a water power dayRevand Mesdames Ai Heed and Theo Ta turn were guests of Mrs WelMoran WednesdaycMis S Eo Piles who has ben seri fjlimprovedMr and Mrs Jewett Brown of near thies JtogstoMrs W F Moran who has been ill improvedrMiss Imogene wtrein Springfield Fri day shopping salesmtnforThursdaynwere guests of relatives at Mooresville SundayWthe guest ofRobe and Vivian Tatura Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs S H Weekly and T Ai Tatum and wife were recent guests LitseyMvs s Nannie of Litsey were guests of rela nIISundayW r TShe and on THe Road 1RoundT Louisville 1Isey cow to founder last week by over ceding Whooping cough is prevalent in this section L is feared that school will be closed on account thereof y Mr and Mr Thos Reed of Booker were guests of relatives at this place Sunday weredg un rofday night and SundayS J byhorsea tseems10be improving slowly TRturn and Mrs S P Derringer of Spring field Saturday and Sunday i Ray Piles and brothzrof Mclntire f were guests of Mrs S E Piles of this r place Sunday i Our farmers have had a good rest du 1iogtmuchof whooping cough t l ev R E C Lawson ofSprlOgfield recently Visited at the home of Mrs SN E Piles Miss Walston a trained nurse of x Louisville has4been wlthraS Ji Piles ten days Itching Eczema Washed Away 1 a is it worth 25c to you to stop thatiiiwr f lul agonizing itch Surely You will spend 25 cents on yourdruggiats recoa mendation to cool and heal and soothe that terrible itching eruption By arrangement with the DD D i Laboratories of Chicago we are able to make a special offer of a 25cbottle of their oil of wintergreen compound j known as D D D Prescription Call r pr Write or telephone to Havdon Robertson druggists We absolutely know that the ltchi stopped AT ONCE bvDD D Pre scription and the cures all seem to be I permanent i Eye y family and especially those who reside in the country should be i provided at all times with a bottle of tChamberlains Liniment There is no telling when it may be wanted in CHfof an accident or It Druggists IJii1 h 1 Barlow wilsons Minstrels IAt Opera House Monday April 25f127T PEOPLELargest Bandof Commedians Acrobats ToDay ayi dunnctheJISt iltJsm 271 I1 BRASS BAND AND ORCHESTRA See Street Parade Monday Afternoon II Seats Now on Sale at Leo Haydohs Drug Store M1 I THE FIGHTING PARSONAhighdassComed r Drama will be Presended one NigHt Only TUESDAY APRIL 26 earlyii- iJ T J tf- i f Y c I t i J i lr The Springfield Sun H L SM1TH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY e March is indeed the blowhard of the T ar Do not count your bluebirds before they are hatched This movement to dehorn womens hats grows in favor i Water faucets which yield fish will hardly thwart the food trusts Soon somebody will be coming in breathlessly to report the first house 3 Three nations are In a race for the south pole May none of them get cold feet It Is getting sothat It must hurt the feelings of the ham to have to as sociate with the eggs Jr The government Is going to give us fweather tips while we wait Thats fthe way we get the weather With three nations racing for tho aouth pole It Is fortunate that Amer icans are nimble on their feet See where you would be now flnan daily If you had bought a ton of platinum when It was cheap Platinum is going up to 710 a jFOtind Thus we see that the porn jclous example of beefsteak continues to spread I There would be no particular ob sectIon to the long hatplns If in crowd 7ljed cars and elevators they were worn la scabbards In these days any purchaser of a telescope who cannot find a comet fwitb It feels that he should be given Jhi money back Tke first collision between two air- shIps occurred the other day TJnfor jtuaately the historic spot cannot be marked by a memorial tablet New York has convicted a police Hagstrate of having accepted a bribe M 1666 The 66 cents shows that feewas a stickler for form IThat little comet which Is anticipa is no doubt a little performer that Is ready to do onenight stunts to please theigeneral public Aft visiting the north pole the Zeppelin airship expedition expects to anchor behind Greenland Sounds 4jMike a nice cozy place to warm up in Germany is excited over the discov ery of the skull ofa prehistoric man sear Heidelberg Of course such a discovery is interesting but what the world particularly needs just now are live menvery much so t A fashion note says womens waists will not be cut any lower in the back during the coming season than ttyey have been in the recent past We vmay list this with the impossibilities thaC will not eventuate A Philadelphia magistrate has held that taking an umbrella from a friend is not criminal but taking one from a stranger is larceny But a man who has his umbrella taken can scarcely be called a friend of the taker There Is a lot of satisfaction In the way the large business houses take care of their teams Its getting to be the exception for them to have poor abused horses They are not goo1 advertisements and an advertisemen- tS worth a good deal A Milwaukee woman has raised a ovel point by suing for damages for attempts to drive her out of society The next thing courts will be asked for injunctions preventing exclusive kostesses from shutting out aspirants to society from their luncheons and teas Criticism Is made not of destroying the cherry trees sent by Japan as a gift to the United States but of let ting the fact out that they were destroyed because they were infested with bugs of strange and threatening nature The diplomatic courtesies with so punctilious a nation as Japan should have taken the form of a cour teous note declaring that the govern ment exceedingly regrets having to destroy the honorable cherry trees but the honorable insets were honor ably superfluous The punisnuient for cruelty in shjp ment ought to be made heavy other wise It will not be deterrent The convenience of the shippers and car payingsmallfletter As to the moral aspect of the ease it is shocking to humane senti ment that unfortunate animals should be subjected to intense heat in sum mer aggravated by the deprivation of food and water for long and unnatural periods As a sanitary matter ani taials with blood fevered and systems injured by such suffering are not fit for human food People are becoming soC skeptical that before long the butter dealer will have to drive up with a cow and a churn and make the goods In the yard It might be of some use for the tInventors of universal languages to get together and arbitrate which unl Tersal language shall be universally usd if it were not for one certain thertided on another Inventor would pop- up with a new universal language to if contest the Held srvJy i milAnWITHDRAWAL BILLs Land Conservation Measure Is Considered Important byi Presidenta IS OPPOSED BY WESTERNERS Democrats Hope to Elect Sucessor to James Breck Perkins in New York Senators Are Against Proposed Treaty with Liberia Washington It is becoming sharply evident that the presidents conser vation measures will be beset by many difficulties but finally they may seo the light of passage One of the bills as prepared authorizes the presi dent to withdraw from the public do main any lands jvhlch he may deem advisable in order to protect the peoples Interest Many of the western senators and representatives and a goodly number of those from thee st oppose this measure as putting pQwerintotheIt will be recognized at once that the reasons back of the desire to pass this legislation have for their basis the wish to find a way to prevent valuable water sites and mining lands from passing into the hands of per sons who Intend eventuallyto turn them over to the uses of corporations which on once securing control might make millions out of property which has cost them comparatively little and would then be in a legal position which woul bulwark them against any attempt to force them to pay the original owners the people any lease moneyOnly Two Bills Have Chance It was supposed when congress first came together that several conservation bills of different kinds would be introduced and that the president would insist that all of them be passed The length of the presidents wayInwork qf the session make it seem cer thin npw that only two conservation measures have any real chance of passage this year One of them is the withdrawal bill of which mention has just been made and the other is the measure which looks to the separation of the surface lands from the mineral lands which may lie underneath in or der that different methods of dIspo- sing of each may be found In the second conservation measure the idea Is to secure means by which the government can lease the right to develop mines while disposing of the surface lands for agricultural pur poses in any way that may seem best White the extreme west and north west have been markedly progressive along the lines of the Roosevelt en deavor it is nevertheless true that In conservation matters the former president did not have the entire sym pathy and support of men who stood publiconce President Taft is most Insist ent that a law which will give him powertoseems necessary shall be passed at this session He Is constantly refer ring to the subject when the senate and house leaders visit him in the White House and he is telling them that this bill must go through in vir- tuallY the form In which it was drawn He is trying hard to win the north welt to his views Involves Balllnger Trouble It is perfectly easy to understand why Mr Taft is so anxious that this particular piece of legislation shall go on the statute books in the form In which it has been sanctioned by him and by the attorney general and the secretary of the interior One of the first acts of Secretary Balllnger was to restore some of the lands which had been withdrawn by his predeces sor Secretary Garfield Mr Balllnger did not believe and does not believe today that Mr Garfield had the legal authority to withdraw he lands As soon as the new secretary of the Interior had restored a part of tile public domain which Mr Gorfield had withdrawn harsh criticism of the act was made by the principal advocates of the Roosevelt policies of conservation Gifford Pinchot and others made representations to President Taft and as a result Mr Balllnger was compelled to withdraw some of the lands Which he had restored to their former status It Is needless to say that the secretary of the Interior did this with no very good grace for by the act was compelled to go in the face of heI wn belief of the rights in the This difficulty over withdrawals and restorations of the public domain added coals to the already hot fire of controversy between Mr Ballinger Mr Pinchot of the forestry service and some of the officials of the land Office and reclamation service Hope to Gain Another Seat There has been great activity in the Democratic congressional committee for the last few days The members are taking particularly sharp Interest In the outcome of the special election In the Thlrty second congressional dls trlct In New York state where a rep resentatlve In congress is to be elect ed to fill the vacancy caused by the death eta Republican member James Breck Perkins The Democrats hope to carry this western New York district which in tilt past ordinarily hatf bpen Repub i l can Having elected A successor David A DeArmond in Missouri trict by a largely increased and being successful in the theI Massachusetts district in of Eugene N Foss on Democratic ticket in a Republican of the state the present mI- nority IP ty naturally hopes to make a further gain In western New York The Republicans say that in the Massachusetts district where the Dem won conditions were abnormal nd that Foss who was elected by the Democrats was in reality a Republican and that his opponent was a man not at all popular and therefore the Dem ocratlc success Is easily to be accounted forrrhe Democrats reply simply that the Republicans sare whistling to keep up their courage and that the election of the Democrat In western New York In a few days or the cut ting down greatly of the Republican majority will prove that the country Is ripe for a change lii the party con trol of the lower house of congress Will Congress Pay tariff Board It Is still a question whether Pres- Ident Taft is to be glteI1 the 250000 which he has asked from congress to pay the expenses of the tariff board for the next fiscal year The president has urged congress hard to sane tlon the appropriation Early In the season Senator Hale of Maine who is a protectionist of the old school gave sharp intimation that if the president Intended to employ the tariff board for any purpose except to consider the questions ot maximum and relaitlonnot to give him money to carry out his wishes The downward revision Republicans and the Democrats with them say that the fear of the high protection williconductof getting material which can be used in future tariff legislation and that the high protectionists fear also that nomo of the facts which are adduced will lead the people to believe that low rates are a necessity Treaty with Liberia Opposed- If the administration Is to secure what 1tso heartily desires a treaty with Liberia the boon will be given only after troubles that may take on the form of a congressional fight In reality it seems wholly improbable that the senate will consent to negotiating any treaty with the African republic at this session There Is a good deal of sentiment in America In connection with Liberia because Its government was modeled in the beginning after that of the United States and because in the old slavery days it Was considered a sort of haven for negroes and it was the hopeful belief of many of the old time abe litionists that In Liberia the black race would prove that It was thoroughly capable of selfgovernment In his annul message to congress President Taft gave considerable space to the troubles In Liberia He thereisthe African republic under which the United States may be called upon for advice or assistance Pursuant to this provision and in the spirit of the moral relationship orthe United States to Liberia last year asked tills government to lend assistance In the solution of certain of their national problems Not long ago the report of the commission which the United States sent to Liberia was made public and the president has said that he hopes as a result of the commissions report some helpful measures might result and so through the department of state he has called the attention of the senate to the subject Position of United States Recently Secretary Knox invited the members of the foreign relations com mittee of the senate to a dinner at his residence and there he laid before then the reasons as he saw them for the negotiating pfa treaty with Li beria It seems to be the feeling in the state department that the African country is likely to be made the scene of exploitation of English French or German interests and that it may be eventually that one or the other of these countries may actually threaten the territorial integrity of a country which In a sense is considered a ward of the United States The members of the senate commit tee made it plain to Secretary Knox that they were not In favor of a treaty with Liberia that In any way would bind this country to a course which might run counter to the wishes of the three great European countries which have been named Mr Knoxs UnlIdoneImore than Great Britain and that it would seem like a slur at the English people if this country were even In directly to Intimate that it feared the British government was to be an aggressor Meeting of the D A R The advance guard of the Daugh ters of the American Revolution who will moot in Washington April 18 ale ready has entered the city Within the next week there will be hundreds of representatives of the society in the capital and already preparations are being made for the meeting which will last just one week The Daughters of the American Revolution curiously enough have the same kind of trouble on their bands that recently beset congress The Daughters are divided into two fac tions which have been named regular and insurgents The Insurgents in the main are opposed to tba rule of the presiding officer who like Speaker Cannon comes from flllnols GEORGE CLINTON IState JL News itemsi WILL GO THE lMlTtLegislature Investigation To Be Thor ough and Complete Frankfort KyAn of the time necessary to investigate the alleged bribery charges made by Senatpr Jeff Watkins during the session of legisla ture in this city will be given to the grand jury now in session here This statement was made by Circuit Judge R L Stout when the question was asked him how far the grand jury would go into the investigation Every statement that was made by the representatives and Senators and lobby- Ists during the session every publl tatlon in the newspapers will be in vestigated and it is understood that tho investigation will take up the en tire month of April Commonwealths Attorney Franklin has been one of the mcst fearless prosecutors in the state- ni the past and knowing this the lob bylsts are said to be worried Sen ator Prichard of Ashland who is said to have been given valuable Informs Hon during the session is to be summoned before the grand jury VETERAN GUARDS REMOVED AnteElection Promises Have Been Fulfilled Frankfort KyTen guards at the local penitentiary some of them who had grown gray in the service of the state were dismissed by the prison commissioners to make places for guards who were appointed to carry out anteelection promises The guards who lost their positions are J F Nichols W B Moore G T Edwards Sam Boss Sam H Peters JohI1EnlowThe guards apPjllnteCl are C Page AdaIr county W J Yelton Grant county Sam Crooks Bath coun ty F G Roberts Owen county T L Garrnrd Pendleton county A G Head Oldham county M B Brady Kenton county J L Berry Fleming county James Summers Kenton com ty and JiM Neal Robertson county The discharges and appointments were regarded as but the beginning of the prison shakeup- CONSTRUCTION ON STATUTE State Treasurer Asks Attorney Gen eral for an Opinion Frankfort KyOn account of a pos sible misconstruction of the statute allowing the issue of Interestbearing warrants Capt Ed Farley state treas urer has written to Judge James Breathit attorney general asking an opinion and construction of the act The act says that warrants fthtccommon schools and the state uniwr sty shall not bear interest but Capt Farley wants to know if this restric tion applies to warrants for approprIa- tions made to the state university and tho normal school He also wants to know if warrants for appropriations made for any other purpose shall beatS Interest as for instance in the of the Kentucky Childrens Home ape ciety which has an annual appropria tion McCREARY FOR GOVERNOR Will Again Make Race for Nomination as Executive Lexington Ky James B McCreary who ranks among the foremost of Kentucky statesmen who has served his people in succession as state seri ator as congressman as governor and as United States senato has consented to again make the race fox governor and will be a candidate for the democratic nomination to that of flee Mr McCreary is at present in New York serving as president of the American Arbitfation and Peace League and will not make formal announcement of his candidacy until home at Richmond which will be some time after his return to his about April 20 Owensboro KyAta meeting of the Green River Tobacco Growers association held Iii Owensboro W G Riney of this county was elected president and Hiram Harksberry of Browns Valley vice president Delegates were in attendance from Davies McLean Hancock and Ohio counties The retiring president Henry S Berry made his report for the year showing that there is a balance of more than 2000 In the treasury Lexington KyJohn Ii Morgan secretary of Jas B Haggins Elmcn dorr farm and Miss Katherine M ONulll daughter of tho late Martin G ONeill were married at St Pauls church by Rev Father Delaney Louisville KCol A H Egan for seven years superintendent of the Louisville division of the Illinois Cen tral railroad is tipped to become gen eral superintendent of the road Cot Egans railroad career extends over U5 years service Frankfort Ky Charles W ParrlSh chief clerk of the corporation depart ment in the auditors office announced that he will bCa candidate for the Republican nomination for auditor on lrelidEll ON HIS OWN WORD Kentucky Convict Allowed to Visit Dying Mother by Governor Frankfort KYBy permitting noch C Kraft a convict sentenced o two years in the penitentiary for a robbery In Jefferson county to leave the prison on his own word and go tobNew Albany Ind for the purpose visiting his dying mother Gov Will son established a novel precedent Kraft says he will return to the peni tentiary as soon as he sees his mother In regard to the precedent Gov Will son s ysUKfaft has made a straight and honest appeal to be al owed to visit his mother in her last illness and he begs to be trusted If he comes back as he represents he will it will be some evidence that he thathiSand a purpose to do better are sin c ereb jRACING COMMISSION Has Been Appointed by GOV Willscn H At Last has3piIointedmission that will serve for the next four years The commissioners iol lovf Col E F Clay Paris Johnson N Camden Versailles George A Long Louisville Maj F9xhall A Dan gejrfleld Lexington and Col Milton H Young Lexington Of the commis slop Col Young and Col Clay are re appointed The commission meets In Lexington In a few days for the pur pose of electing a chairman and sec retary Under the law Gov Willson is required to appoint three breeders of thoroughbreds but the members of the commission are all breeders and ere the bestknown breeders in the United States W E Bridwell is tipped as the next secretary of thr commission REPRIEVEIWild Ride of Horseman to React Whitesburg in Time Frankfort KyWith all the speed that a horseman can drge put of his steed a messenger traveled across the mountains of Letcher county from Ser gent to Whitesburg and conveyed the information that Gov Wtllson had granted Floyd Frazier a respite until May 19 In order that he may investi gate his application for a commutation of life sentence more carefully Whitesbur Is in the heart of the Ken tucky mountains many miles frpm a railroad station Louisville Ky Recovery of 96935 alleged loss from shrinkage of tobac co is sought in a suit filed in circuit ourt by the Peoples Tobacco Co Limited of Louisiana against the Bur ley Tobacco society The alleged losses were on shipments in Decem her 1908 and January and February 1909 It is charged that Incorrect weights were recorded on the bills of lading Frankfort KyClay Lawson of Wojfe county serving two years sentence for killing his cousin W P Lawson was paroled by the board of prison tcommissioners This parole will be the last grawted under the old 12Yru less an emergency similar to one exists Lawsons wife IS at the point of death with typhoid fever He has served eight months of his term counIagainst C N McRoberts of Cincinnati forbigamyhe having married his see mid wife a Lexington woman here some weeks ago His first wife who lives in Coylngton came here and tes tified at Ills examining trial and her testimony caused him to be held over Louisvtyle KyPickets were placed abOut the sterameries of the American Tobacco Co here the striking stam mers hoping thereby to prevent the hauHngfOf stripped tobacco factories Three nen steinmeriesH arrested at one of the where 24 negroes have returned to work Lexington Ky William S Betts widely known to the traveling pijblie as a clerk for a number of years at the Phoenix hotel was found dead in bed Apoplexy was the cause Lexington KyC F Estill was up olnted county roads supervisor to serVo until June lceLP Spurr re signedI Frankfort KyAmended articles bf incorporation were filed increas ing the capital of the Belknap Hardware Co of Louisville from 2500000 to 4000000 Lexington KyDr George W Traugett charged with voluntary manslaughter by performing a crim inal operation was acquitted byi jury Paducab KyAlthough a dragnet of several cities In Tennessee and the south has been thrown Out to appre bend him G A Bryan local manager for the Underwood Typewriter Co accused of embezzling approximately 2000 of funds belonging to his company has eluded arrest Frankfort KyEdward Berry as senSor of Jefferson county filed mandamus proceedings before Judge R L tout to compel Aualtc James to pay him 1500 monthly James will ref tt payment t HoodsSarsaparilla virtue of its unequaled tnervestreighening titerestoring properties is the one Great Spring Medicin Olate4tablets rConstipation Vanishes Forever Prompt leliefPemuatcCA- RTER LITTLE LIVER PILLS DeftI fail Purely yegeu ureIybut the liver VlTTL Stopaftp IIIVER dlnoec trcacure incH ptiOD improve the Cotnpknoa theeyes Sal PiUsn DM sIP S GENUINEmust bear feature rbor Seetur Iseldom on lib tinkle IajIi c theBeSbreiJIr borse up No bllstriw hIrsbottle Hook 8 EJrevtAUSORnirJ for mankind II an4 flemove SW1l1T1g5 Enlars UlandUoitre Wens Bruises YarlcoS3 Veins VaricoslUes Old bores Allays Pain Your druggist can supply and give references Will you more 31ufactnrcdon17b7W4 jM ForEveryNaadMIMe- NO STROFING NO HOND G L BALSAMCletaie PARKERS Ti erowthlNovel 001C1ua I IOcnd J mVltseeralcSThe Large Way Apropos of J Plerpont Morgan stlm mense resources as shown in his recent proffer of 100000000 where Jtb subway4broker ja Mr Morgans wealth causes hlni to look at money in a large way Oce at the Metroplltan club In Fifth avenue 1 told him of the death of ar nu tual friend It How much did he leave Mr AOI gan asked ItA matter of Jive or six m 1Uon 1 Relieve1 said I IIMr Morgans eyebrows lifted How deceptive circumstanjcea sometimes are he saidI always dup posed him quite comfortably off The Settled Is s The multimillionaire was uncertain But how do I know you can up port my daughter In the manner to which she has been accustomed he demanded dubiously The imported nobleman sm ed blandly f I will go ze test he volunteered Whattest 1 will lit with you one year tad feDIBut just then James the footman liberated the 5000 bulldog j Ungenerous Lavlsbnecs Your former husband never cdm plalned about the alimony T No answered Mrs FUmgfltfh- was brute enough to say his mojtto was Freedom at any CoSt1 Many a CleverIHouse ifeI Has learned tlj serve TfPost Toastiesi Saves worry and labort and pleases eachmem ber of the family as few foods doother The crisp dainty fluffy bits are fully cooked ready to serve Ir mihe package with creani or goodmilk Give tKe homeiclks a treat i The Memoiry Lingers Pkgs iocr arid isc r J osturaCercaP Company JLw Battle Creel Mich 1 t 1g HAD v A PRIVATE MENAGERIE Wo Other Explanation for Colonel Extraordinary Outbreak Sterns Possible Hits a wonder to me aald the old family servant dat de ol kunnel dont go Into de circus business out an outhe see so many animlles long bout de Chrlsmus time an dey does slch funny tricks Leastways dat what he jjay Only ylstiddy de preacher come ter see him rIdin of his ol bUn hossI mean de hoss what bUn in one eyean wen de kunnel spied him he holler out Git off demi two elephants an tun dat tiger aloose orho bite de life outen you An shoo dem two monkeys off yo shoul der an dont let dat giraffe poke his iong neck in my winder Well suh de preacher wuz clar kerflummuxcd he wuz seein ez dar warnt nutdn t all dar but him an hisol bUn hogs but wen he seen de kunnel grab his 01 war musket an holler dat hed shoot dem monkeys off his shoulder de preacher say Lawd hep him an de time dat 01 bUn boss made git tin back ter whar he come Cum win too quick ter be sot down in de racln rickords Atlanta Constitution = WASTED A FORTUNE ON SKIN TROUBLE- I began to have an itching over my whole body about seven years ago and this settled in my limb from the knee to the toes I went to see agreat many physicians a matter which cost me a fortune and after I noticed that I did tiot get any relief that way I went for throe years to the hospital But they were unable to help me there I used all the medicines that I could see but became worse and worse I had an inflammation which made me almost crazy with pain When I showed my foot to my friends they would get really frightened I did not know What to d2t I was so sick and had be come BO nervous that I positively lost all hope I had seen the advertisement of the Cuticura Remedies a great many times but could not make up my mind to buy them for I had already used so many medicines Finally I did decide to use the Cuticura Remedies and I toll you that I was never so pleased as when noticed that after haying used two sets of Cuticura Soap Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Pills the entire inflammation had gone I was completely cured I should be only too glad if people withsimilar disease would come to me and find out the truth I would only recommend them to use tJutlcura Mrs Bertha Sachs 1621 Second Aye New York N Y Aug 20 1909Vi4 Mrs Bertha Sachs is my sisterin law and I know well how she suffered and was cured by Cuticura Renter idles after many other treatments Vfailed Morris Sachs 321 E 89th St New York N Y Secretary of DeutschOstrowoer UntVerein Kemp 1ter Hebrew Benevolent Society VetI WELL WHY NOT j JI Jimmy CrowSay maw Mrs Crow Yes my son Jimmy Crow If flies can fly why cant crows crowVReason for EnVyV The stingy man had come home and had objected when his wife attempted to kiss himIIve just had a tooth pulled he explained 4WellI envy the dentist his wife replied You envy the dentist What do you meanVOh nothing much the wife sigh d Only hes the first person Ive ever heard of who succeeded in getting anything out of you Womans Na tional DailyVThe Presidents Speech The president of the Hewitt Bros Soap Company Dayton Ohio says Buy two cakes of Easy Task soap for ten cents use one bar and if it isnt just what we say it Is you get your dime back in a jiffy It is a strong claim to say that Easy Task soap cuts the work of washday In half but the fact can be proven by the evidence of thousands of delighted women Algy Explains Vhat do you suppose Algernon the young thing asked 9s the reason the ocean Is salty I am sure I dont know drawled Algy unless it Is because there are so many salt fish in itSuccess Pettits Eye Salve for 25c relieves tired overworked eyes stops eye aches congested inflamed or sore eyes All druggists or Howard Bros Buffalo N Y The woman Who loses her hearing may be thankfuTlt wasnt her voice DOCTOR TOURSTDLF wh yd bel a cold comtngo y tnktni a few dosem otftrrv JXH Painkiller It better than Quinine and WereTho large bottlerare tho cheapest IE there really was foolklller the world would soon be depopulated t L What Kentucky Editors Are Doing r BYALOUfSEBABJ3AQE- A II IIHOME OF JD BABBAGE CLOVE PORT All the world seeks an editorthat Is if he is a publisher who first tries to please the other man whether or not he is entirely pleasing himself and makes everyone pay for his sub scription cashinadvance These two things and many others can be said of several Kentucky editors who are unusually busy in their offices and printshops today What they are not doing could be more quickly written than what they are doing but in teresting indeed it is to note what these wholehearted broadminded and energetic men are accomplishing In their chosen life work To begin with the success that Charles White a dledinthewoor democrat is having in running a Log Cabin newspaper The Harrodsburg Republican is out of the ordinary Formerly this publication was the Harrodsburg Democrat and recently was sold to a Republican company that retained Mr W iite as city ed itor and manager However his excellent management of this leading Kentucky weekly is not wondered at when the lac Is known that he was born in ft wspaper office Twenty one years ago Charles White was the devUanda perfect onein the office of the Park City Dally News at Bowling Green While filling this minor position in tjiat office John B Games the editor saw he had more aptitude for picking up news items than pied type so he made him reporter and shortly afterwards promoted him to city editor After serv ing with ability in this same position on the Evening Journal and publishing the Sunday Journal Mr White left Bofvling Green and went to Har rodsburg In 1902 Seven years he was city editor for The Democrat owned by Lew R Brown At present In connection with his regular work he is doing special work for the large dailies in Kentucky and Ohio Mr White has been elected city clerk at Harrodsburg twice without opposi tion which office he nowj holds At the last summer meeting the Ken tucky Press association he was appointed alternate delegate to the National Editorial association at Seattle Three Sons In Newspaper Work Perhaps the Kentucky editor who is at present realizing more genuine pleasure and satisfaction than any man in the newspaper world is Clar ence Sterrett editor and publisher of the Hancock Clarion Mr Sterrett is now seeing his three sons make good the practical newspaper training he has given them Every man knows pqntIngthat can be absorbed there This thorough knowledge has enabled Mr Sterretts eldest son Baird to take a job as a linotype ojerator on the Cheboygan Mich Democrat Over by Sterrett aged 18 will take up newspaper work away from home in a short time and Clarence JrM age 16 is now his fathers right hand bower in the Clarion office Mr Ster rett established the Clarion at Hawes yule March 4 1903 when Mr Clove land was inaugurated president of the Ijnited States and the editors many friends say that he has made the greater success of the two A Record Breaker A newspaper having a record break Ing career is The Jeffersonian the only country weekly published in Jefferson county This is the model newspaper of Kentucky and was awarded first prize by the Kentucky Press association at tho last annual meeting JV C Alcock Is editor an- dCE Alcock is business manager The former in speaking of his paper recently said We are getting all A Useful Man See him Thats the baby ele pliant Hes the best kicker in the teamuHowfar can be kick Oh he doesnt kick Tar he kicks hard Hes disabled 37 this seasonPubllc bJnionDiet Suited to the Emotions The tree Is known by his fruit Kean the actor always suited his diet to his part When he hd to play the lover he ate mutton for murder ers ho took bee vary Underdone and pork for tyracS U VV the aas we can possibly handle and we have a large p subiicription list He started in the newspaper buslxess in the office of the Taylors vile pourler and ever since has made rapid strides with printers ink The Jeffersonian is just two and a half years old The Alcock men are among the younger members of the state press Getting Ready to Celebrate Bell Peak publishers of the Trimble Democrat jati Bedford are making preparations to celebrate the ninth anniversary of their publication In April 1901 D L Bell re turning to his first love toolt charge of the Democrat with H D Peak as partner They started with a 300 printing outfit and now have a plant valued at 2500 This month Messrs Bell and Peak will associate with tnemL H McCain and expect to in fuse new life into their newspaper business The three men are most able lawyers and will also form a partnership Messrs Bell and Peak are connected with the Bedford Loan and Deposit bank and are among the most prosperous members of the Ken tucky Press association t Enjoying a Big Plum To the editor that hath brains the most money is given according to the experience of Louis Landrum Who is havipg the best time of his young life editing the Danville Messenger the new semiweekly that has just been launched at Danville by the Messen ger Printing Co with Hubert Mc Goo win president At Richmond Mr Landrum was connect d with the Climjax Printing Co which is so well managed by A D Miller He is one of tile most popular editors in the state and the position offered him byihe new company is not aV surprise to his friends Fancy Turns to GardeningV After a country editor has passed half mark gardenlngltleast iiuVHARRY SOMMERSV Editor of Only SemiWeekly at Eliz abethtown bag j editor and publishes of the Bre ikenrldge News Until late years not even a good meal could entice Mr Bal bage away from his printshop be for every job was finished but now pri ters ink has no power compared wit i the onion tops the strawberry bed the potato patchand the little corn field These products of the soil have captured his mind and heart and were it not for a diligent and inter sted office force Ifc all probability the e would be no News In Br cken Nodded Approval o you think they approved of my ser ionVasked the hewly appointed rec or hopeful that he had made a good impression Yes I th nk so1 rep led hia wife They were all nod din Luxuriant Wistaria famous wistaria in Japan Is that to e found at KashUkabo northeast ui ok oThe vine is 500 years olden grows over trellllses covering a spa e of 4000 feet Its pendant cjus ten are more than fifty inches long JV ridge today When Mr Babbage If not in his garden he is out in the county talking tobacco growing hog raising and incidentally subscriptions and job printing He is devoted to the farmers which is possibly due to Mrs Babbage who Is a farmers daughter She would rather go to a milking pen any evening thdn to a grand opera July the twentyfirst Mr Babbage will celebrate his sixty fifth birthday and the same month his paper will enter its thirtyfifth year He has sold and published newspapers ever since lip was large enough to talk and to run a printing press His love for the printsbnj and journalism is inherited by his children Will Marry in JuneVEvery editor has his faults but Daniel MacHIr Hutton has only one being a bachelorand that will be righted In June when he will marry Miss Grace Stephenson Linney This news will make the Kentucky editors very happy for Mr Hutton has al ways been entirely too popular at the press gatherings for the pleasure of the married editors He is in part nership with John G Pulliam in ed lUng and publishing the Harrodsburg Herald His first newspaper experi ence was with P D Spotswood the wellknown oxeditor It is said that IMr Hutton knows and speaks to people each week than any oth er m nln Mercer county He keeps in touch with them to learn what they know and are thinking about and takes an active interest in religious and lodge circles being Ii Mason Odd JOHN GAINES Has Started Many Young Men Irt NewspaperWOrkV t Fellow and a Macc bee Mr Hutton is county president of the Sunday school and advocates statewide pro- hibItion Goes to Southern Climes Mr Biehn who with Mr Donovan has been publishing the Winchester Democrat over a quarter of a century will leave soon for Albuquerque New Mexico He will join Mrs Biehn there and they will make their home in the southern climes With the Is sue of March 29 the Democrat was turned over by Mesarsi Biehn and Lionovan to Messrs Needham and Nelson Tim Needham expresident of the Kentucks Press association is from Williams own and C R Nel Theftisparture of Messrs Biehn and Donovan from the newspaper field but the Winchester people and others over uistate gladly welcome their suc cessors who are potent journalists jHarryElizabethtown News who has attend ed more meetings of the Kentucky Press association than any other member made the statement a wcelIor two ago that he was still young and unmarried and would be present at the fortyfirst annual gathering in June at Mammoth Cave David M Duncan has just bought most adequate building for hisJ printing office at Brandenburg where he publishes the Meade County Messenger Heis now making a spa clalty of job printing men Dixon L Merritt for eight years associate editor of the Owensbora Messenger has accepted a position on the editorial staff of the Nashville Banner Mr Merritt is a master ol English literature and in a recent issue of the TaylorTrotwood magazine he had a delightfully written article ton Audubon the great and famous bird lover who spent many years ol his life in the woods around Hender son and LouisvilleVII got into the newspaper business accidentally in 1887 Sold out in 1905 thinking I was tired of It but soon found I was mistaken and now I amt back in the harness again In all probability for life said C E McCormick who has in the last month ta ken full charge of the BulIItt County Pioneer that has been edited since 1907 by John L Sneed 1DoubilngHlsHer FatherYesterday I won the prize In the ottery and today you come and aalf me for my daughters hand SultrXYes you know one bit of good luck always brings another A Bad Defeat SheI have lost all faith in human kind HeWhat makes you so ipes Bimlstlc SheWhy under the test at the pure food lays the very first thing to fall was the angst food Baltimore American Iii VV UCniltuAH Notre Dame Honors the Minister tolDen ark Laetare Trophy the Highest Decora tion for Member of Catholic Church Given to United States Envoy Indlariapolis Ind The Laetare juedal Which is the highest ddcoration of honor for a lay member of the Catholic church In the United States which is annually conferred by tho University of Notre Dame on some man or woman who has achieved dis Unction in art literature science or philanthropy goes this year tothe American minister Yoi Denmark Man rice Francis Egn author educator and diplomatist The award is made for distinguished services to Catholic literature and education For 20 years before his appoint rr nt as the representative of the United States at the court of Denmark Dr Egan was occupied as a professor of literature and during that period he found time to publish several im portant works on literary criticism which are held in high esteem by uni versity mOn He is also nvell known as a uoveilst but his claims to literary distinction rest most on the verse which he has written He has published several volumes and Richard Watson Gilder placed him among the three best sonneteers in English Because of thev literary quality of his work andmost of aU because his themes are wholesome and eiayatlng the trustees of the Univer filjty of Notre Dairie have selected Dr Egan ai the recipient of the Laetare m dal this year The medal takos Its name from tliB titje given the fourth Sunday of Lent the day when the announcementoft- 4i e award Js always made It corresponds to the decoration of the Golden Rose which Is conferred by the pope every year on some member of the nobility of Europe The medal Is a large disk of pure gold richly enameled and bearing in relief some design suited to the pro fession of the recipient A motto in Latin Truth Is mighty and shall pre vailt appears in black enamel surrounding the design Accompanying the medal is tinaddress of award painted on silk by some artist of renown 1V i givenin I = =I IIz shmr historian John Gilmary Shea In sue cession the following were decorated Patrick J Keeley architect Eliza Al en Starr art critic Gen John New civil engineer Patrick V Hickey editor Anna Hanson Dorsey author William J Onahan publicist Maj Henry F Brownson soldier and scholar Patrick Donahue editor and philanthropist Augustin Daty theatrical manpger Anna T Salller au- f thor Gen William F Rosecrans soldier Thomas Addis Emmett physician Timothy E Howard jurist John Crelghton phllsnthropist William Bourke Cockran lawyer and states SurgeonThoiiiphilanthropist Katherlne Eleanor Conway author and editor Francis Qnlnlan surgeon iames C Monaghan publicist and educator Christine Frances TIernan author Although the name of the recipient and the reasons fpr the award are made public on Laetare Sunday ac tual presentation of the medal does not take place Untjl some wQeks later at a time when dignitaries of the Catholic church and men eminent in tho same line of work as the recipient- can be brought together In the case of Dr Egan he will probably not be formally decorated with the medal un il the ilatter part of May or June Mauce Francis Egan was born in Philadelphia in 1852 Hv was graduated trpin La Salld college in that city in 1873 He received the degree of master of arts from the University of Notre Dame in 1878 and of LLD from Georgetown university in 187D In 891 the University of Ottawa eon ion him the degree of JUDand Villanova the degree of Ph D in 1907 In 1878 he becan newspaper work and ho was successively reporter sub editor and editor until 1888 when he was called to the chair cf English literature In the University of Notre Dame where he remained until 1895 when he went to the Catholic University of America In Washington as pro eesor of literature In 1907 he was 1envoyJ 0 i 4 A Ministers j f Indigestin Rev Fletcher of Tennessee Suggests Remedy Based on Personal ExpeqVneeYou Can Get It KrM i J iThere nothing that Is so much eougM after as a remedy for stomach troubleV Intowhowford Tennrwhosep- icture we present cured his indigestion To useVhis own words he partI VV the sample bottle of Dr I IIf pPepsin andiin ordering it I have been troubled with dyspepsia and mdiVgestion there or less for about sixty nwn J Ftttewr remedlbutme more good than anything el8er am Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin has besa sold In drug stores for twenty years The ItIsbles children women and old folks Itspurity is vouched to the Government Udresults from its use are guaranteed It senl1namea11daddressbe cheerfully sent to your home prepaid If there is medical advice that yd want or anything about your condition that you dont understand write tor Address your letter Dr W BH Caldwell 201 Caldwell Bldg HoBtl eJIe i NO TIME TO UOSfct r 4 HJ IIIitiTurtle Wait a minute I want tp see you SnaUI andit4nearly VReturning to ProseV Flushed with triumph andOdejg- reesin the shade and scant of breath they stood upon the tbjjrerr ing mountain peak and surveyed thegorgeous panorama that spread itself teJmileworld vrhereJiIshe exclaimed angrily We have climbed all this distance to1 admire the beauties of nature iamdi weve left the glass at homer Tranquilly smiling he shifted tiud lunch basket to the other arm Never mind dear he repliedrl Theres nobody about It wonthurt us just this once to drink out ofjthe bottle Answers Used to It Recently a lady witness iu aqourt up the state was subjected to a Stlonslandthat I dont annoy you with alltheseH 1Oham accustomed to itV r You dont mean It wonderingW- returned the lawyer iJYes the lady I bxbeasixyearold boy at home f jt JThePrevention of Tuberculosis is carTylngi on a vigorous and necessary campaign this year in the island The death h rate from the disease in Newfoundland is very large About one in every five of the total population dies of It and what Is worse in the last six years the death rate which is atai tlonary or decreasing elsewhere hasjj fSlduefresh air in the house r ABANDONED IT- For j v the Old Fashioned Coffee Wasl Killingt T always drank coffee with thelrest of the family for it seemed as if there was nothing for breakfast if we did not fIwith my heart which did not feel right This tropble grew wprse stedllrV Sometimes it would beat fast adat other times very slowly so that lV would hardly be able to do work for an hour or two after breakfast and Jjf I walked up a hill it gave mea se4 vere pain I had no idea of what the Jroublej was until n friend suggested ttiat perj cffee1drinkingand began drinking Postum The change came quickly I am new glad to say that I am entirely well oZ the heart trouble and attribute the iselietj to leaving oft coffee and the QfVPostum uA number of my friends haveaban doned the old fashioned eoffeojand- have taken up with Postum wMcbi they are using steadily There are some people thatf make Postum weak and tasteless but if it is billed long enough according to directions It ic a very delicious beverage WQ have neVer used any of the old task loned coffee since Postum was started in our house rtRead the little book The floatO Wellville in pkgs There s a R Ea em Ever read tke above letter L mm eae appears from time e tlae fliir are geaslae tCV4 a 4 faU st 1terestVSSspr J cil d1 r t V3V t f j i THESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY r PRII291910 r irII 00000000000000000o0000000000000000000000000 a c HMD BIRD IB56Everybody knows this grand old horse by asonandoutof at daughter of another soil of Cabells Lexington No better breed thisollto him He will serve only 20 mares 30 to Insure a Living Colt RED BIRD JrAvery handsome Brown horse 16 bands high and can do just a little more than anybodys horse about here either in harness or under the saddle This horse was sired by Red Bird 1956 and is i GeorgeWilkes i 15 to Insure a Living Co- ltJackofDiamondsA Grand Young Jack at1 0 breedtoson of Brignoha and his second dam is by old Napoleon 55The above horses and jack will make the season of 1910 at IH 1II SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 7h 1f SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SpringfieldHpas matter SUBSCRIPTIONI aerear iil hXonths 50 Three Hontbft 25 The Supreme Court of Tennessee last week by a vote of three to two sus tained the the decision of the lower court finding Col D B Cooper guilty of the murder ot Senator Carmack and r twentyvearsconfinement CooperJ5 houafterCourt had been delivered Gov Patter son of Tennessee had pardoned Col Cooper Upon the grounds that he had neither killed nor conspiredto kill yen ator Carmack and that he had not been idven a fair trial It is not probable that Robin Cooper will ever be tried againBefore the killing of Carmack the feeling between the Patterson and Car JD ick factions was very string This spirit of animosity was only intensified + ii s 4 t by the killing of Carmack and it is expected that the fight over the Gover candiqatetremely bitter t DEEP CREEK Mr and Mrs Henry Carpenter en WednegdayMr George ElliotisJiand wit enterv tained as their guests Wednesday Mrp and Mrs Will Arnold Mrs Josie Henderson and youp cor spendingShields at Stewarts j romCharlie anMrsMrs J S Coyle spent last Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Charlie j Mr Anderson Holdermanand Mr obusinessn Messrs Grover and Johnnie Elliott visited their father J H Elliott at Danville Tuesday yareW H Elliott v Mr Martin MatJiry aa tailed1 tDanville Wednesday on business SpentTuesdayBlanch Carpenter Miss Coyle spent last MOrsMr Woodsie Elliott was in Perry ville last Tuesday on business John Bruner and wife spent a few ddays with Rienza Reynolds wife UTOPIA Miss Ella Whitehouse attended church at and Heed Taylor were in Springfield Saturday wereguestsday Mr Albert Holderman was the gu of Mr Mark Lawson of Deep Creek Saturday friends on Lung Run Sunday afternoon i i iftI IIII vlrwJwttWt4ttt tftH t tj Notice 1 Notice is hereby given that all Ice will be sold this summer 1 Strictly for CASH f We booKs of t1OOO and 2000 Ibs and allow 10 per cent off by one of Buy one of these books and give us a coupon when the ice js delivered and you will save money on your ice bill this I No Charged WATER AND ELECTRIC CO rDrtl tl r + fGOLD Ms ISEEDS 555r- L SundayMr SMr Have coupon 500 buying them summer Ice 1SPRINGFIELD LIGHT GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS THE SUREGROWING KIND Are a safe proposition for us because we can buy them unrtiafactoryThat means no chance of our having poor seeds in stock lloedPropoftionWILLISBURG KV Letter From Uncle Jack Blue Mound ill Aril10 1910 Editor Springfield SUN Have thought ot sending you ajiey lutes for some time Since I last wrote to you we have passed through the rigors of a cold icy winter but now the lovely days of the inspiring spring time have come and the sweet fragrance from the blooming trees fills the air and all nature is de lightful to took upon and in the three score years and ten that I have lived I tthatno snow tell and but little rain and by the middle of Ala vh the farmers were welt done putting in their oats thev dont sow spring wheat any more and 1 hear that there has been some corn planted but that is about a month 4mgare fine and have been tor a month dry and dusty and the bigautosaredarting about in every direction crowded with gaily dressed pleasure seeking folks arid it is a fine county for them when the roads are good The roads here are well cared for some of them are sixty feet wide straight and level sootof4hadblue grass section of Old Kentucky but as I first saw the light of day in that section I may be a little partial to it Inold Ky the breadeats better the flowers are sweeter the women are prettier the men are more gentlemanly slthatdo now Our little city Blue Mound is on the great Wabash from Chicago to StI Louis It was laid out here on the bare prairie but now it looks as though it might have been bUilt in the forest worshipiherea s for 20 years conntrycornisgood black corn land is selling at from 160 to 225 pelracre and the ountryistulJof renters and JDanyof tf farmers1 are tenting theirlantfsand coming to the town to Jive easy 5tepintoyour acquaintance and learn to admire you as I did Mr Gore I get to see your paper almost every week and peruse it with great eagerness The Sun feels very near akin to me as I used to solicit for it when I lived in your cone ty I hope y iur Long Run correspond ent willwake up and send insome more good oldtime letters With good wishes for old Washington county I close UNCLE JACK Good Show Coming asisseldomOfferedthetheater the Great Barlow Wilson Minstrels which wihapPearat the Qpera yH U3e aggregationnfest in the world and no doubt wIll be greeted by a large audience The com pany comprises 27 people a brass band 1and orchestra comedians acrobats are the best in the world OperaHouseFightingParsonwill be presented at the Opera House by a well known stock company Be sure to see these shows as they are the closing bills tor the season London Ky Post OffICe Robbed postofficin3 oclock this morning and looted The large steel aafewas6own to pieces by cashestA bout 1300 worth v stamps Were othersofup to 1600 The robbery is thought to have been the work of professionals peopleheardwhat it was Postmaster McHargue was first to discover the robbery at 520 oclock this morning Only two regis tered letters in transit were taken but six others were overlooked There was some evidence of mail in boxes having been tampered ithfOBITUARY About 5 oclock Monday afternoon Jappa daughter of Dr James and Al he Vowels Barnett ather hem near Chaplin in Anderson county from theadfgl disease tuberculosis VE after i may bo best nieeLhourrofallthoyag every sail to dash against the unseen rock and hear the billows roar a sunk en ship I never knew a nobler truer purer girl Absolutely unselfish eve r ready to speak a word of good cheer Her faith in the Master was fixed she had no doubts wp fears Indeed hers was a most triumphant death Besides a mother she leaves three sisters Mrs D A Yocum Mrs Wilke- Morgan Anderson county and Mrs Root Morgan of Nelson county and WashingtonCounty IN NEW YORK SOCIETY Beautiful Wom n of the 400 yYhoNave Luxuriant Hair t in gay New York where women get their ideas from their foreign sisters the hair tonic called Parisian Sage is in great demandSParisian Lage is the discovery of a well known scientIst and he claims most emphatically that it is the only hair preparation that will kill the persistent dandruff germs Mr Leo Haydon guarantees Parisian Sage to cure dandruff in two weeks to stop falling hair to make dull lifeless and colorless hair beautiful and luxuriant to cure all itching diseases of the scalp or money back The price is only Oca large bottle Giroux Mfg Co Buffalo N Y tIt + + + + it +tM r ALL MEN ARE WELCOME HERE t IM titBut young men get an extra squeeze of the hand They are punctilious know what they want wont take one iota less We like to serve young menwiiti HIGHART ClothesI because theyre clothes skeptics and our at isfactlomat i Bringing them into the fold is all the keener + A young mans shop is this aImIng franl achieving that subUe style inx clothes which eludes the tongue butl fascInat s the eyp fit l5to25W- e i have other lines of suits from 750 toi2 58S i It Special line of Boys and Children Suits 11 Newest Spring styles in Shoes Hats Shirts Neckwear Collars Socks Belts Suspender etc We can furnisha man with the best from head to foot at prices to pleases him herearaw I+ The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE QD iSPRINGFIELD INCORPORATED KENTUCKYi i+ + + + M + t+++ t+ Drt G 1 L Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWNWORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First Mass Springfield Ky fflce in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes The Ladies of the Methodist willrServe dmnernext londay churchI bowling alley hear the depot 150 framed pictures for cents with each cash purchase amounting toI 200 at P J Thomas Call and get punch card Next Monday is County Court dav1 While in town drop in and pay your subscription to the Sun It will be appre ciated I am now prepared to do all kind of sewing and ask a share of your patron PricetttJ8citionday May 8th AH members and of the congregation are invited to present and enjoy a day of Christian fellowship Buy your tickets early for Barlow Mondayenight April 25 The largest of its kind- on the road Band and Orchestra The Ladies of bt Catherines Alumnae which to announce that they will give an Ice Cream and Strawberry supper when they can obtain the firsts rawberres on the market PressingeLadtes and Gents Garments call on SPRitfGFjELD CLEANING AND PRESSING PropeJ GOING FISHING Persons desiring to purchase season ticket to fish in the reservoir can do so cheaper this year that ever betorE Season ticket on salt at 300 with the privilege of having your wifes name or anyone of your family put on the ticket for l 00 extra sea9osat Ed M Russells Jewelry stor and save money t triflerPoreThe Fighting Parson a highclass comedydrama at the Opera House on Tuesday next April 26 Buy your tickets early r W1 C Rogers gold last week two chestnut Dare mares one 2yearold to Hite Clements of this county for 175 and a 4yearold to James Shirley of Fulton county Kansas for 500 This Plate is being handled by Mask Hughes for the commgfairs- The First District Convention of the Christian churches will be held in the Clifton Christian church Louisville Ky on April 28 and 29 1910 The pro gram will be of the best and the confer Theyurgepossibly attend FOR SALEA beautiful tone squrre piano Hinzen Rosen make in a good condition For further particulars call at the Sun Office ThompsonJr+ LosTOni Monday April 18 I lost a very small Ladies Gold Watch between Ed 14 Russells Jewelry Store arid the Circuit Clerks office Finder will re turn to me or this office and receive re ward v JH PERKINS aWe have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good tobacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky NOTICE The public is hereby notified that the reservoir and grounds of the Springfield Water and Electric Light Co are posted and that anyone caught fishing or trespassing on the premises without a ticket will be the fullest extent ot the lawtH B McElros Supt J K Walls has for sale 800 bushes of corn in the veariTo Horsemen I am in the business of handling hprses Vill break your horse to ride and drive Prices reason thrie Groundse BOHON LUCAS 1910 SEASON Sir EARLYA handsome black Stallion Kyhancfe high a high styled fine shaped fellow with plenty of action and as jiobd bone and foot as you would want sureIto make a great stock horse make the season of 1910 at my stables at the Stonewall Stock Farm 3miles North of Springfield on the Springfield and Bloomfield pike a- iViJg10 to Insure Colt EARLY is by Joei447 h b Monte j EarlyarfirstdamLady Brooks by Dolans Grahpfflr third dam Bettie by Sam Bookexi Early isi the best road horse in the corn y lAtBlack GiantA Nol Mule Jack standard and registered Will make the seaso at 4 10 ti Insure a Living Cdt Lien retained on all colts td sec rft service fee Money due whin mare i parted with or bred to other stock Alt care taken to prevent accidents but apt responsible should any Occufjo Your Patrinajt Solicitiii A B Hundley = j BouncingConnought IThis fine Imported English Hackney horse will make the season of 1910 at the Fair Grounds Springfield Ky Season 10 IMoney due at time of service Brim your good mares and raise gqod colts at little cost I am also prepared to tram trotting BeniJohnson of Bardstown and McKenna Bros Fairfield Ky Your patronage respectfully solicited John H Purdy LiverTabletsa DSurinitfreethe organs of the body to health and and strength Sold by all Druggists Pumps Tinning M Plumbing L For all Kinds of Tinning and Plutnbingicall on f L aHATCHETT McPHERSON We do your worK promptly 1I All worK Cuaranteedi ii Leave orders at Barber Pettus Hardware Store and they will receive prompt tttntioi tsst 44 s4s I1slsIssis l v Ii a tHE SPRINGFIELD SUNK WEDNESDAY AP 420 1916 d 11M essag th housekeepers I Weare showing the largest stock and greatest variety of Carpets Rugs Lace Curtains Draperies and WallPaper Ever Shown in Springfield r25 T00 Ir t 85 90 a 350 40 50 66 and 70C v25 and 300 12 12 to 40c FitCurtains 50cto5 9x12 Rugs in Axmin jm 10 25 to30c of Wall Paper the mer ve t n r A and stocked in 1fJ 1 I i S r you have made your first here For you get both your mone here it O i a to see our 0 5 We dont care what you J make The more examine surer we you will come here in e the end to oe 0 SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Poultryremedyod with absolute certainty to cure prevent Gapes Cholera Ronp Llmbcmcck Darrfloca and all existing tams of poultry diseases A few drops In the drinking water keeps fowls and free from disease A bib bottle makes IS gallons of medicine For the treatment of Blackhead and other diseases in turkeys LRESGOODShirigs Goods Wash Goods in all new cerized effect stylesiIiEmbroideries Allovers CLOTHING Remember have the exclusive sale of HartSchaffner Mjarx Stits prices ranging from 18 1030 Moch Berm Cos Welworth Suits at prices ranging from 750 to 25 Sein heimer JCosPerfec- tion Suits fort Young Men Boys Children We are and inducements every Department CunnlnghalnJDuncan Co QaaQaeOQopQQegepe Buy Clothini iowillpurchase quality sstyle for Make point clothing1 anyway comparisons thIare purchase 0Grundy and Bourbon Poultry Cure HAS NQ EQUAL yearhsveBourbon Poultry Cure is the most satisfactory remedy by giving them Bourbon Poiiltry Cure find I have ever used for Cholera and Gapes it a sure cure for Cholera and Limbcmcclco Manufactured Bourboi Remedy Co Incorporated only by Loungton Ky U S A MAll Leading Druggists 60o per Bottle Trial Vial Free r For salt by HAYDON ft ROBERTSON Druggists o0o0o00oooo000o0o0o0co0ooooo0oQo0oQoQ0oooo0oooQ Red NOBLEDENMARK I Sorrel 15J hands high fouryearsold and strictly sound Sired the Denmark firstdam Ky Belle by the cham o gStatecolt defeating 16 others She is also the dam of the sensational show S filly that won two 100 prizes at State Fair and sold for 750 at weanlmg S Noble Denmark is a horse of all around action lots oft substance good feet and legs and an up todate show horse both in harness andI under saddle He is a colt of wonderful gameness and style and possesses 9 all the air and dash characteristic of the Highland Denmarks His 5 individuality and beautiful form coupled with his popular blood lines will o be sure to produce horses of the highest clas He will make the sea g son of 1910 at 2 20 to Insure a Colt r x CHESTNUT DARE Chestnut Dare is well known to the people of this and adjoining counties as one of the best breeders in State My old ad still holds good that not one of his colts of any age of seven seasons have eVer been defeated in a fhow ring by the colts of any other horse owned ot farmed in Washington county Within the last year several of his cqlts have sold at high prices He will make the season at 15 to Insure a Living Colt i II HACKNEY BOY I Hackney Boy l0116 hands high sired by County Member first dam Von Moltke A horse of lots of bone and sure to produce good biisiueBs hones He will stand at 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Colt1willMares traded off parted with or bred to another horse or jack sea son money is positively due Mares pastured at 200 per month Your patronage B B LEACHMAN f oooboooooooooooooooooooooo SHOES Exclusive sale of W L Douglas Cos Shoes and Oxfords for Men Pat ent Tan and Vice 33N504 Florshiem fine shoes and Oxfords for Men at 450 5 6 KrippendorfDittman Cos Fine Shoes for Women in the new Oxfords strap slippers and pumps i 350 4 450 See Shoesbefore I heavily are offering special WHereto rr3aaLt3r1rSrlrsrsrselS Living Ilw V STALLARD D D b SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72j TEETH Pain or Olncr I just All Over as Work finitIIclnssin Oe0eOeoeoeoeoeDeDeoeoeoeo e 0O e Personal Notes 0C e 0o0xo Personal News e 0QeOegeoegoeoegeOeoeaeoeae arevlsitingDrMr T Scott Mayes and Dr W F Trusty spent Friday at Gethsemane JosephPolinCourt at Willisburg Saturday Miss Sue Ray has returned home after a visit to Miss Maud Blythe of Mason City Mr laIis the guest HopFriday LouIisvilleer is at nys spital Mr arid Mrs R A Noe attended the HursjatMiss Serena Blan ford of Louis ville is the guest of her sister Miss Minnie Blandford of this place Miss Teresa Mattingly and Mr Dick Green of Lebanon were visitors in town Sunday MaryLeeWalter LeachmanI IIweeksMr Frank Willett of Louisville is spending the week with his parents at this place Mr Bernard Hughes of Raywick was in town Sunday Miss Bertha Haydon was in Leba non Sunday Messrs Rob Russell Will Robert son and Louis Kelley spent Sunday at Nazareth Rev Father White of Crescent Hill is visiting here Joe Price spent Sunday with his sis ter Mrs Jesse Rapier at Bardstown Messrs Browning and George Irv ing Edelen of Bardstown were here Sunday LouisvillerpentMiss May Mayes who is attending parentsMr aceomnaniedweek NeUPUtnamfield Thursday Miss Nann Thompson hasreturned home after a yisit to relatives In Indianapolis 4Mr and Mrs Jim Allen of Bloom MrsIIMr and Mrs John F Simms Were on onday H9lyCrossispent Mrs Teres Mudd has returned hasbeenspentSundayMrs WiT4 Leachman spent last Thursday in Louisville Mrs Patti Blanaford and daughter Miss Hattie spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J R Montgomery Dr W V Stallawi was in Louis ville Sunday visitingtriends Mr and Mrs T B Howard left yesterday morning for their home in Virginia Both Mr and Mrs Howard have many friends here who hope to see them back next winter J os R Noe was in Louis ville MondHy attending the funeral of his nephew Bailey Hurst Hon T Scott Hayes and son Rot triptoMr J A Johnson is in Eastern Kentucky on a business trip IMr J Tyler Davis and family ofI Louisville who spent the week end with his sister Mrs T J Settle left Monday to visit relatives in Bardstowr Engagement Announced Mrs Julia A Stocker pf Bardstown has annouced the engagement of daughter Miss Gertrude Nancy to herII James Raymond Boone of weddingIa number of friends in Springfield How to pure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff Wo desire to say that when we took the agency for ZEMO we were convinced that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples and dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treat ment for skin diseases We are pleased to state that we shall continue the agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our custom ers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for external use ZEMO effects its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the dis ease leaving the skin clear and heal thy It does not soil the clothing or linen and can be used freely on infants With every purchase wp give a booklet on skin diseases in simple words explaining how any person canbe cured at home of form of skin or scalp diseases by thin clean scientific reme dy Leo Haydon Druggist TRY one ofour Strawberry 4fan- wiches s made with nice f hnStrawberries for only i H 1Oc Pure Ice Cream Pure fruits Puce iruis Ices Everything to be found ataflrstClass Soda Foutain Katie Hertlein 8 oLOWNEYS are for sate When Bardstown on Boom IThe Bards Commercial Club gave manyIoccasiop was to celebrate the rapid progress of the town and to again urge the extension of an elecric car line from Louisville to Bardstown and otherenterpi es of ntete8 to the town and county V About five hundred at tended the celebration H P Grigsby president of Jhe Bards town al Club made an in troductorYadderss and Judge John S presided as toastmaster Fol lowing are the names of the speakers and their addresses Address W 0 Head Mayor of Louisville CherryBiggerAddressF P Straus What I Know About Nelson Coun tyW H Newman AddressS P Jones Fairs and AffaJrsG M Wilson LipscombClub N uOurWiverand Sweethearts R GlasgowOurOld nell New Editor Having closed a deal with Lew Brown at Harrpdsburg for the stock of Mr Brown held in the Kentucky Republican Frank P James State Auditor now owns a controlling interest in that publication anoTwilI takecomplete charge of it Ther stock company which Mr James formed owns all the stock and Mr James owns the majority of it T Sanders Orr who has been a clerk in the land office for some months and who was in the Auditors office will go to Harrodsburg right away and take charge of the paper as editor and business manager f Forced To Leave Home Evrey year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to an other climate But this is costly and wayLetyou at home It cured me of lung trouble writes W R Nelson of Calamine Ark when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all cough and lung cures Thousands owe their lives and health to ughsITnal bottle free at Haydon R bert eon t Stockholders Meeting r rPursuant to resolution of the Boards lntyIrhasCourtHouseof receiving a report of the fcompanya f business and determining upan matt rs thestockholders present at this meeting either iR person or by proxy JF Grejror Prw 4 STOMACHS REPAIRED f Minutesr r Guaranteed to Cure Indi BcLgLet Mrs Griffith tell you abpjjjt Jiona the greatest prescription for Itom fLch troubles ever written For years I havedoctortd fofacuttr gastritis but only received slight benefit and had to be careful what 1 ate But thanks to Mionastomach tablets r can now eat anything Lax Christ mas after partaking of afeearty turkey dinner I was seized with an ttackof acute indigestipn and the dodcor worked over me for hours betore ii got re liet He paid me eight visits before tcould say I was well enough t sit up But since then I have taken Mi liaa tablets and t have not been troubled since Before using Miona I attacks about every month tMr Ii la Grit fith 1213 C street Washington D U July 51909- Mi o na stomach tablets are sold by druggists every wher and at the Lea Havdorr Drug store for Orcents a iarg box They are guaranteed to lure indigestion sour stomach belching xas dizziness biliousness heaviness praoy stomach ailment Try Booths Jsfor constips iOB a joyful surprise t flYOMEJU1rINItiCfD Cures catarrh or back I Jnet breathe it in Complete outfit inoluduMC i inhaler L Extra ttleOo DttrtA Baby 4CarriagesWe have the most complete line gf baby carriages in Central Kentucky If you are thinking of buying the baby a cart this spring ie tine and see NEW LiNE OF IOUR Collapsible f Carts From 975O up F Leachman Campbells i FurnitureStfi II 1 t lrr r I I STORY i The Master i of Craven By Marie Van Vorst Author of I Amanda u I Ill dUietc WUWCtffricktlMta SYNOPSISj i Basil Tempest worlds greatest novelist m nd poet refusing to be further lionized countryhomehis housekeeper who has JIyedhi8 orders not to admit any one AmericanWMespeciallybethaving been promised a p-oU with a magazine If successfuL In declares ha will write c Repenungcln at night he follows but she refuses fo return to Craven with him and takes- 19dlig with a cottagerlCHAPTER Continued Now said Tempest one more fa yor RamsdilL Can they spare you K tonight If so will you drive e back to Craven Ive sprained my Jwrtat and it has been all I could do to get Kiy mare to the Ford Lucy Carew opened her eyes the joext morning in the blaze of brilliant day Tie 10th of November broke in holiday and golden fashion after a night of wild unusual storm In theI coarse nightdress of her hostess she Jay in her clean bed in the country smelling little attic She had scarcely stirred to je when a knock at her doOr llelc1Sirmotionless Mrs jUmsdili redcheeked bashful eye came in like a bright appari tlonforshe lookeditt her lodger over a giant bouquet the profusion filled her hands She arrived like Flora Ske had a note and gave it praventereShe regarded with pretty timid cu riosity this handsome young lady who stood well out of the short nightdress her feet gleaming charmingly dis jplayed below the hem Jbove the low plain collar her neck and dark head rose frankly Women beautiful women do npt imagine how much to their beautys enhancing is sometimes the naive garments of their simple sis ters Ribbons and furbelows would not have made Lucy Garew more lortly to look on than as thus the English cottager saw her the coarse mus Un over her swelling breast her arms bare to theelbowsfor Mrs Ramsdllls gown stopped there Miss Carew took tie roses in her hands Mrs Ramsdlll had her wonderings Tempest was beloved but he was as well known Even Cravenford could tell its tate The good creature mused on her guest and remarked the eye how they lost their clearness to sparkle how cheeks mantled as the letter with entire ignoring of her com pany was broken peniIll wait outside miss she delicately suggested and youll call me for the answer Miss Carew held the roses against her and read her note Craven November 10 My dar Miss Carew If what you tell youi1y1urwhfleBpoke unless my conduct whhost has eyesIffor youI will do all In my power to make It easy for ypu to write what you wish There will be no train to London before late afternoon If you refuse me tho proof of your entire cordiality T shall come to the Fordto avoid me you will have to walk and X fancy your shoes ortll not help youJf Faithfully BASIL TEMPEST For the first time in weeks Mr Tempest slept till morning and for the first time In weeks awakened not a prey to the black horrors that gen erally perched on his bedpost to wait the opening of lire eyes If as he had often grumbled one could only get Into the day without beginning it To superintend tha gathering of a bunch of roses to write the note he had sfrut amused him and no sooner was Ramsdill and the trap dispatched than whistling like a boy he made a tour of the house followed by Mrs Henly to whom he gave countless di rcctlons as to setting of Craven In holiday trim Sunlight fla8hdat him everywhere It fll In luxuriant floods down the long galleries routed Melancholy out ot nooks In tIe darkest r rooms where ghdits and dismals that Tempest had grown to consider as familiars nested nd hatched What a dayfhe exclaimed more than once Open eveythingthrow- all the windows wide No I will ar range the owersnnyself The gar dener had fetched in what Tempest called torrents of bloom and he F glowed with enjoyment ashe piled roses and carnations and lilies into glass and silver according to his fancy Once he caught up his buoyant mood to say What iftho adventurous lady lutuld refuse 7 Hlg brow darK eneL I Vv She will not she will come ho de eYed with an arrogance for whidi years of success were responsible At noon wheels were heard on the terrace gravel and he went out to meet her and lifted her out of the trap You have brought this weather with you from the states where 1 heat everything is golden He had not released her hand which he took in welcome Leave me a calendar full of days like this when you go wont you so that I can call on them when I like He had drawn her into his study window and was by her side Before them miles and miles of meadowland swayed and rippled and undulated like aa inland sea hemmed on all sides by a thick forest tetrees were still in yellow leafage and made a halo of gold around the valIleying land No house was in sight Directly in front stretched a thick green turf and to meet it the stone terrace with pillared mossy railing While the American feasted herf eyes on the scenes melting beauty Tempest talked to her as perhaps he alone of alt the world could haveJtalked He told her tales ot in a humorous mystic fashion pryed out for hor the secrets the traditions t prettylegendsscenes of The Revelation his latest novel laid here and gave her a sketch of the history of the creation and development of the book Then finally he said Come let me show the place where I found Lettice Grammont His bewitched listener followed him in dream walking on air enchanted Hatless they both slipped out fromIt terrace into a little park Tempest leading and 1selfland At the side of a meadowbrown brook upon whose welllike water the trees had sent barques of withered destroyedTempest Stand there please where you are by that birch Miss Carew obeyed the fancy and stood molionless whilst filtering down upon her one by one the flecks arid circles of sunlight fell through the leaves dancing on her brown hair and her brown dress Tempest his brows knit but his expression radiant watched her smllJlug Do you by any chance remember the book Miss Carew Oh welL And you liked UT His tone was almost timid heIwaited with suspense for her re spouse It struck her as curious that her opinion about a work already trans lated into four languages and whose t She Looked at Her Lodger Oyar s Giant Bouquet merit was a household word should be askedLike it she exclaimed and he was answered He crossed the brook from her ex tended his hand and helped her over I am glad he said Luncheon had followed rventlyjbreakfastroOm whose mesticity and intimacy meal faultlessly served the light riot- Ing in the reflecting surfaces of glass and silver and dazzling on the cloth It was past three when Miss Carew found that she had made the tour of Craven under the guidance ol tho nostI himself I must go Mr Tempest Nonsense he exclaimed impa tiently What for pray In an lour my train leaves for Lon doni t What train yours You have no time no destlationhavQ youother than this one spot of the old world What is waiting for you In London To his direct query made testily and sharply did not reply but held Oiit her hand to him in g JHe to take the hand which in Ills fett prisoned You have been amusing yourself I secthis has been a little Jaunt from London to what you have made in your romantic mind a shrine tIh- owe mado myself rid ciilous In taking 1 seriously She withdrew her land and colored 1t his tone J have told you qui e the truth Mr Tempest I sail tom rrow Without your essa1 I must since you refuse But I dont he interrupted It shaU be written You have my word But you must bo patient You are a woman of penetration iou must see that a man of moods cant master them allnot alL It takes so much character to do away with one strong habit that the others grow meanwhile and then all of a sudden as he rises up with 6ne poor little uprooted weed in bis hands finds himself ia a forest the others have grtnra rv nightThe gloom she had in her short ac quaintance with him grows to dreM was enveloping him Really Miss Carew Im not an ec centric dont say it In your study Let me prove to you how common place I am Ill keep my word too You must know that the chief reason your editor wants this absurd article forgive me is because it will be the only one and it shall be yours Didnt you see the skeletons and skulls of the unfortunate reporters who have been devoured at my gates Today I wanted the pleasure that I have had Tomorrow She showed her perplexity You must have your things 01 coursetelegraph for them or better Ill have them telephoned for Polly can make you comfortable for a day or two Is Itthe articleworth this bit of effort No thought was in Lucy Carews mind of worth or effort She knew could never write about this dark browed elusive manher chief instinct was that she should leave Cra venford but her will was not with her instinct She consented therefore that the telephone message should be sent and- o remain at the friendly cottage for a couple of days We are none of us so blase with pleasure or excitement that we mn not bear at least one repetition Of a good thing Miss Carew found that she was quite able to endure the rejro titlon at an early bour of the roses of yesterday and a note from Mr Tempest A second autograph from celebrity gave her no thought f Its in future Tempestlana opened the envelope with an1she er of personal feeling of delightIt not a letter it was a verse lAndlovedover a sheet of thick paper tho en velope had lain in the rones rra1ucsandthe pillow and the roses to outh oom laldebyroom then went down to the waitinj carriageMrs met her and showed hrnto the study regarded her with benignant approval and left her alone Here in the workshop she waited an hour for the lord of Craven pa tiently at first then with embarrass meat Her observation of the details the room an inventory of the books was long over before he came full of apologies I have been walking your 12 mil 1 and more otherwise I could not have seen you today much as I wanted to I had a bad spirit with me for company but I tired him out left him afield and I bare come back alone His voice was joyous and fresh his face full of animation and as he frankly took her hand between both of his she was a prisoner held by an irresistible force When ho let her hand go it was with an abruptness which not only let her free but put her as it were away from him Ht asked her If she were comfortable at Mrs Ramsdllls if her boxes had cOl- In season and so glanced at her appearance It should i have satisfied even a tyro in womens habiliments for from shoes to hat Miss Carew Will faultless in her simple toilet You have taken up the most dlflV cult profession in the world he said I say lakenupt if youre forced to Itcursed to Itby temper and taleht thats one thing but to write simply for example as a profession why Its slavery f Do you ho demanded curt ly write well 1 No she confessed at once Of course you dont he accepted with satisfaction You couldnt why should you You lack the essentials Dabord to feu sacre youve not got that experience and more misery youjher made her shrink you haw had neither TO BE CONTINUED Slmilia Simlllbus Curantur Homeopathic Doctor meeting old school physician with a gun undei his armlh doctor fetch your patient this time I bo pretty tough if you nOutijto him without a gun Old School Physician after ducks sarcastically till you know what you aio talking about The man Im going to see has one leg filled with birdshot and Im going to try a homeopathic prescription on him shoot the other leg full of the same kind of shot and see if that wont cure him Llppincotts A Peculiarity of Dreams As to dreams there was a discus slpn at the club lunch and one man remarked that no man dreamed ol himself as braver than he is When the dream came tho dreamer was al way the underdog He was in hor rible danger and never did anything picturesque to taco it There may be mm who aro brave in their sleep But it TI uld be interesting to find ont man autslde of the dozen sleeping cow ards who is a hero in a dream Special Employment fir dont see you on the messenger force now Jitriniy said the lad with the envelope in his hand No Ive got a good Job with a dog fancier replied Jimmy as he putted a cigarette Wid a dog fancier What do you do feed the dawgs 1 Naw When alady comes In and buys a pet dog I teach er ow to whto u EXCELLENT METHOD OF ROTATING HOG PASTURES Illustration of Forty Acres Divided Into Four Equal Parts All Enclosed with Permanent Wire Fence Produce Pork Cheaply i jII ii P Tj J 1Corn Pw8czrej J I k Corn P s rltJ Rztqe 1 U I Subdivided Ilog Pasture We hve set apart a 40acre piece of land 80 rods square that we will in the future use exclusively as a rota Uon of hog pastures As indicated by the illustration the 40 acres is divided into four equal sized fields with a lane two rods wide between each field leaving each field exactly 181h rods wide and 80 rods long writes L P Martlny in Homestead These four fields are inclosed with a permanent fence In our case raising hogs entirely for breeding pur potes we use a woven wire fence with nino longitudinal bars 36 inches high All corner and end posts are se cured in position by digging the post hole in the ordinary manner to the depth of four feet The post is then put in position and the hole filled with wet concrete mixed in the proportion of one part best Portland cement to eight or ten parts of good clean coarse gravel This may seem like a very small proportion of cement and it certainly would be for ordinary con crete work but being in the ground it cannot get away and forms a perfectly hard mass which is all that is required We reinforce this concrete by putting in a couple of coils of two to three strands of old barb wire to hold the whole mass intact as it has a tendency to crack or split by the great strain we put on the post in s retch Ing the fencing With the use of this concrete we use no brace or brace posts whatever to support the end posts thus simplifying the construction of the fence to a considerable ex preIservedplaced in the soil Each field has six gates at equal dis tances apart along one side of the pasture and a large post is set hi concrete in the fence on the other sfde ot the field opposite each gato so that a temporary fence may be placed be tweon one of the gate posts and the post on the opposite side of the field thus each field as occasion may demand We aim to divide our pigs so that there are not more than 20 to 25 pigs in each lot Our plan of rotation is to have a piece of new seeding of a mixture of medium and alslke clover with a little timothy as a pasture for the pigs In the next lot we sow Canada field peas which thrive very well in our climate and soil On our soil we prefer to leave the land fall plowed As early In the spring as the land is ready to work we disk the land in good shape and sow the peas with a drill at the rate of 2 bushels per acre drilling them in as deeply as possible and finishing with a fine smoothing barrow From the tepth to the fifteenth of July the peas will be full grown and the peas begin to harden at which time we turn the pigs into the flel1ot pgthemThis field of peas with the addition of a very little or no other feed will last the pigs very nicely until about the middle of September when the pigswill be in a very thrifty condition showing great of bone and muscle on account of the rich protein feed furnished them by the peias In the next field to the peas ve plant a rather early maturing variety of corn which will come to perfect maturity by the middle of or first of October This corn will be where we had the clover pas ture the year previous which will put it in fine condition for the cropIof corn We lay the corn by rather early cultivating it the last time soon after the first of July and sowing about five pounds of raflo seed per acre at the last cultivation The pigs aro turned in the field of corn from September 15 to October 1 when they are In Just the right condition to make very rapid and cheap gains The rape in the corn will make a good growth during a favorable season and will serve as a variety and relish for the hogs away on into winter In the fourth held which will be where we grew peas the year previous we will sow barley and seed down to clover and timothy with the barley We harvest the barley in the usual manner thresh and grind it The reason we use barley in this field Is because Uls about the safest crop to seed which we have and we are very anxious to get a good catch of the clover seeding In this rotation we have first clover pasture ono year then corn then Canada field peas II II 1tlltj Peas IJfrII r BirlcyPdttar Corn Pets I IIi Iit J accompanying subdividing development Septepber then barley and seed down The great advantages of this rotation of hog pastures are that we can produce pork very cheaply we can produce it with a very small amount ot labor as we let the hogs do their own harvesting and we have consid erably less feed to haul to them than where they are handfed entirely and lastly our hogs are maintained in a healthier condition because of their great range thoir change of pasturage and the changing of their pasture every year- sRELIABLE DATA v REGARDING FEED Experiments to Obtain Best Method of Feeding Steers Briefly Summarized onsrFed Best BY PROP J H SKINNER INDIANA EXPERIMENTSTATION- E perfments to obtain reliable data regarding the best method of feed Ing steers considering the length of the feeding period show the following results briefly summarized A short feeding period necessitates tho purchase of heavy fleshy steers Which would usually be marketed as killers atgreaterage thanIl longifed cattle Shortfed cattle made a greater daily gain per head than longfed cattle Inthe first test theitotal amount of corn necessary each steer was 34 bushels In tbe shortfed lot and 646 bushels In the longfed lot In the second test 425 bushels in the shortfed lot and 611 bushels in the longfed lot During the period when both lots of cattle were in the feed lot there was a greater profit per head from feed Ing the heavier fleshier steers In the first test the margin necessary to prevent loss on the shortfed cattle at the time of marketing was 48 cents per 100 on the longfed cattle at the same time 50 cents and on the longfed cattle at the time of marketing 104 per 100 In the second test the margin neces sary to prevent loss on the short fed cattle at the time of marketing was 92 cents per lQOon the long fed cattle at the same time 101 per 100r and at the time of marketing 154 per 100 The cost of gains was cheaper on the thinner cattle during the first three months of the test but when fed to the same marketable finish the cost of gains was practically the same In shortfeeding cattle for late sum mer and fall markets it is necessary to start with very fleshy feeders of excellent beef typo In order that they will not sell in competition with western grassfed cattle Additional data will be necessary before definite conclusions may be drawn as to tho profits resulting from these two methods of feeding due to the many variable factprs which have a direct bearing on the profit and losd in cattlo feeding Easy With the Nervous Horse To cure a scary or nervous horse none but gentle measures are of any use To whip a horse for shying at au object only makes him the more afraid of it as of Bourse he will con nect the whipping with it ucarybytheir eyes which gives objects the ap pearance of moving When a horse shies at an object spealc kindly and reassuringly to him and gently urge him up to it let him smell of it and see that it does not hurt him He will soon Jearn ljb have more confidence both In himself and his master Water Always The egg is over 6i per cent water Therefore it Is very Important that the fowls be supplleft with abundance of water summer and winter Cnrtain experiment stations have found that no better results can be gotten from warming tho water Jn winter than if it Is given right rbm the well Many have the idea that It pays but this seems to provo that it does not j f3f WORTH MOUNTAINt During Change of Life says Mrs Cbas Barclay pass1nthroughi ippjn from nervousness I i andotheranhoyinr symptoms and can truly that 4 P IiydiaEPInkhani J pound has proved lf worth mountains Itistrength I Pand forget to tell what 0 meduringrestoration to health means so much to me that for the sake of other suffer log women I am willing to make my publishthisEFDGraniteville Yt illshasqualified endorsement No other med icine we know of has such a record of cures of female ills as has Lydia E CompoundFor been curing female complaints such as inflammation ulceration local weaknesses fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache indigestion and nervous prostration and it is safelythroughIt costs but little to try Lydia EL Pinkhamsvegctable and asMrsBarclalsaysitis worth inoun women Trial Bottle Fr Bar Mail IfyosssferfromZpflesy1ltgYaflIegsjckn5pasaorhave DU eOTerywill reUere them and all oaare uked to sndfoFaPgiTriaj2BotflofDrMaJpIIoptIoIds alesfafled i SOtkIWIGuarantytSBotUaaadglTQAGKandcoHipteteaddreUL Ytft name1uoaik1Ipp r Draag1a5Ic lit Britains Rulers Mr Lloyd George is pleasantly proud of his nationality bat it is ama zing that he had to go back to Queen Elizabeth and the Tudors to find his torical precedence for a Welsh gov ernment of Great Britain On tba other hand England has often beea ruled by Scotsmen Of the last three premiers twoSir Henry CampbelliBannerman and Mr Balfour were t Scotch Mr Gladstone sat for a Scotch constituency and so does Mr Asquith Ireland has always bees busy supplying us with governing men The duke of Wellington Lord Roberts Lord Charles Beresford Lord Russell and a dozen others immediately occur to one It Jsj odd to remember that it is cen tunes since Great Britain had a purely English sovereign The Tudors were Welsh The Stuarts were Scqtch William HI was a Dutchman and the 1IGuelphs are of German descent r London Chronicle l Anything in a Name 1 Say pa I U What Is it2 Can a rear admiral go to the frontJudge V t I FREE A of packaeel J Free of Charge to Every Reader of this Paper sf Give one a sweet breath clean vrKite germfree teeth antiseptlcally cleui mouth and throat purifies the breath aftersmokingdiapelsalldisagrsblsperspirationand predated by dainty women A quick remedy tfsore eye sad cat- aniaI A little Paxtiae Dowd r disolved ina baa ofiot wMet makesadchthawiiepdcae lution cQlacleansing lad Mf in power sad absolutely ham less Try a Sanple 50e 1argcboxMdcuaCLyasi THE PAXTON TOfUCT CO MAN If = l Tkspwis Ey Waist T i iNCLE JOE CANNON 4 HE ALSO SPEAKS WELL OF CAN iADANo matter what may be the opinion i of Mr Joseph Cannon no matter If vlie may be looked upon by sqmr as i czar and by others asa big warm hearted man with many of the in stincts that make humanity very bear manyihoStatesWhatjpnany subject will have weight Ob freelyHeCanadiannewspaper for Canada and he is quoted in A wayjthat pictures farily well the jjdf the man The correspondent says he launched out into personal biography proverbial philosophy politi cal comment cynical scorn broad pro fanity and sentimental poetry such as one rarely hears in the space bf an hour He discussed the Canadian ta rift and then said People say I break the Ten Commandmants all of them But I dont at least not often Idid break one of them up in Canada two or three years ago As I rode tram Winnipeg to the Rockies over your great West and saw the finest wheatfields in the world thought of Virginia and a lot of our States and X smashed the Tenth Commandment si1tIcovetedring from a man of the fame of Mr Cannon i these were words that should have some weight with the Americans who may still have doubts of the ad t vantages that are offered to them iy Western Canada A home amongst the wheatfields Hundreds of thou sands of Americans are adopting it They go to Central Canada to any one of the three Provinces of Mani toba Saskatchewan or Alberta or to the Coast Province ot British Columbia take up their homestead of 160 acres and probably preempt another 160 acres or it may be they do not care for pioneering twenty or thirty andpurchaseupon it and having no clearing away of timber they begin at once to cut Uvate it and make money That they make money and much more than I they couId possibly make on the high priced farms they have left is the evidence of hundreds of thousands not leave civilized life they but remove from one sphere to an other They have splendid social con ditions churches schools rural tele i phones splendid roads railways con venient just the same as what they left and what is more they get much greater returns from their crops which give abundant yield The cli wonder0thatback to their friends in the States and it is no wonder that Joe Cannon was tempted to speak as be did He v coveted his neighbors s land Hopeless f Your store is no good sir I asked for lace curtains last week and I couldnt get em Indeed t Yes And I askedfor silk socks yesterday and I couldnt get em Thats strange And today I asked for credit and cant even get that Is this a regu lar store or what Ifcere Is more Catarrh tn this section of the country other disease put together and until tho last years was supposed to be Incurable For a treat macv years doctors pronounced It a local dbeue and bed remedies and by eonatanUy to cure local treatment pronounced It Jncur- abletSclence has proven Catarrh to be a constitutional d1 ase and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio the only Constitutional cure oa tfce market It token Internally In doses front drops to a teaspoonrul It acts directly on the blood mucous surfaces of the system They after one hundred dollars for any ease It falls to cure EU for circulars and testimonials Address F3 CHENEY CO Toledo owBold by Dnictfsts ciZtkc Halls Family Pllto lor ceutlpatioa The Marine Naturalist The AnclenJ Mariner told of shoot Ing the albatross Were you photographed in the act and did you save the bullet asked the wedding guests Sadly the old tar realized that he was out of date A Good Butcher Theres a good butcher in Dayton its clothes his aprons his shirts are always so clean and white that people Who buy their meats of him know the meat must be clean and good We don t need to name him right out but his wife uses Easy Task soap and that cleans butchers clothes aprons and lInenIr Uucually the Case Did your wealthy old uncle leave many heirlooms uOh yes A new heir looms up al 0most every weekSmart Set NecessaryAnd r shoes Allens FootBase the antiseptic powder for the feet Cures tired aching feet and takesthe sUng out of Corns and Bunions Always use it for Breaking in New shoes and for dancing parties Sold everywhere 25c Sample mailed FREEj Address Allen S Olmsted Le Roy A wolf in sheeps clothing sometimes o gets fleeced just the same 4ALLENS LUNG BAlSAM will cure not only afresh cold butoneof toe flut borneotgbstbatnBnalll hang on for nonfhi tilia- Hu trial and proTO Us worth and f It is foolish to be up to date on homebody elses money SyrupForcbllulrenlUmmaUonallayspainccreswInd colic VJcu INUIt Grass widows are as new mown hay to some men- Rbearaatlira Relieved la Six Hoar by DrJ3etchons Relief for Rheumatiam75c A good many thivgs are limpprtajit JU true f jaterm News L1J r Happenings w I MATT WIN N TALKS On the Racing Situation Around New York City Louisville KyM J Winn general manager of the NewlLouIsvillo Jockey club returned from New York where he had been for several days inspect bEmpireIs manager Mr WinD returned to get ready for the 23day spring meeting which begins on May 10 at Churchill Downs He said ddiscourugingjudgment will prevail end the sport vjill thrive there as heretofore He gave a flirt denial to reports emanating from Galveston to the ef feet that the Mexican racing conces sions had been revoked THREE REWARDS OFFERED t By Acting Governor One for the Ar rest of Alleged Night Riders Frankfort KyActing Gov Cox has offered a reward of 5200 for the arrest and conviction of the persons guilty of sowing the tobacco plant beds of Joseph A Vyland Alfred Wilson and Ira D Adams In Grant county He also offered a reward of 100 for the arrest of Pen Blakenship wanted in Lawrence county on the charge of murder and 200 for the arrest pf Lee Stewart who recently escaped jail at Oventon while await- Ing trial on the charge of detaining- a womaniMYSTERIOUS SLEUT- Playing Hob With BlInd Tiger M- enJat Frankfort Ky Frankfort KyThrough the employment of a mysterious detective to work up cases against men in this city bootlegging and conducting blind tigers evidence was secured against Geo Thompson who was fined 20 in 10 cases a total of 5200 and costs rounding out 250 Three warrants were taken out against Alex Schnei der charged with selling liquor on Sunday The mysterious sleuth is missing from the city W MEMORY OF CLAY Lawyer Statesman and Diplomat Ex ercises Are Held Lexington KyTuesday was the one hundred and thirtythird anniver sary of the birth of Henry Clay Ken tuckys famous lawyer statesman and diplomat who died June 29 1852 The day was observed with exercises at Transylvania university at which former Congressman W P Kimball was the speaker BURLEY BOARD MEEJTS Lexington KyThe district board of the Burley Tobacco society with all members present except Presi dent Clarence Lebus who is laid up with la grippe was in session here The session was taken up in hearing reports from the various counties of the amounts of tobacco received at the warehouses of the Burley Tobac co Co and as to needs in the way of appurtenances necessary to the hand ling of tobacco The member from Mason county reported that to date 6191150 pounds have been received at the warehouses in that county which was the largest amount report ed by any county Some of the lead ing members attribute business prudence ori the part of manufacturers who they say knowing that the tobacco wilt be sold at redried prices prefer to wait until it Is redried and ready for delivery before buying ISfiIVlngtenttary for crimes commlttcdJ during the feud troubles in Breathitt county hss been transferred from the shoe hop to a position in the office of the Frankfort Chair Co He is now doing office work and is studying hard at the night school tat the prison Hf is Preparing himself to earn a living should be ever be released from the penitentiary Mt Sterling Ky While seated on the porch at Joe Stephens house playing with the children Capt A C Kidded suddenly of heart disease Capt KIdd was in his usual health five miai utes before He was 72 years old arid the oldest and bestknown auctioneer in Eastern Kentucky Louisville KyOn account of the continued illness of Miss Frances ans daughter of Judge Walt r Evans of the United States court tile ses sion of the federal court which was to have convened at Owensboro has been continued Frankfort KyAttdltor Frank P James stated that he had purchased the controlling interest in the Ken tucky Republican published at lIar rodsburg The paper formerly was the Harrodsburg Democrat and run by Lew Drown who has moved to Pe tersburg Fla T Sanders Orr until recently a clerk in the land office wilj become the editor of tho paper Frankfort KyThe capitol com NoeJnilately north of the capitol at 10000 THREE PARDONS GRAHTED Gov Willson Refused Clemency to Seven Other Offenders Frankfort KyGov Willson granted pardons to Wood Pollard sentenced to pay a fine of 50 for pointing firearms Caldwell county Lloyd Cornett Harlan county sentenced to three years for bigamy and Isaiah Wiley of Lawrence convicted of illegal voting Pardons were refused Herman Price Jefferson county 12 years rob ery George Taylor Daviess county years manslaughter Aaron Grant Garrard county three years malicious shooting and wounding Robert White Madison county one year betrayal George See 525 and ten ays carrying concealed weapons county James Nyx Henderson county manslaughter and Jones Simpson charged with complicity in the killing of Bud Casey in Garrard ounty SUIT IS FILED To Test aidity of Louisvilles Rip per Ordinance Louisville Ky Attorney A G Bar ret representing Elmer tt Underwood a member of the local bar and for nearly four years past oneof the chief assistants in the office of the city attorney filed suit in circuit court to test the validity of the recent ripper ordinance which was forced through the general council at the dictation of Mayor W O Head for the purpose of ripping up the city s legal department The suit is in the form of a manda mus against SM Wllhite city con troller Adolph Schmidt city auditor and C B Blakey city Attorney to die rect these officials by a court order tc recognize Mr Underwood still as a member of the citys legal department and pay him his regular salary of 200 per month BODY OF BOY Found in Kentucky and Police Say He Was Murdered i Paducah KyThebody of a boy 19 years of age was found in a wood land about a milo south of the city limits and though hundreds of people viewed the remains nobody could iden tify him The theory of the police is that the youth was beaten to death with a club which was found at his feet His skull was fractured in four police have been unable to find the boys clothes The body was clad only in underwear The spot where the man was found lis in a section where four or five mys terious murders have occurred in tho last few years REGENSTEIN SWORN IN Newport Educator Now Heads School Systeml Frankfort KYProf Ellsworth Regenstein principal of the Newport public schools and recently appointed superintendent of public Instruction Was jsworn in as superintendent of public Instruction He will not move his family to Frankfort until after the Newport public schools close for the year He will divide his tine for a month or so between his office and the Newport public schools until after his successor is elected Washington The constitutionality of the statute of Kentucky by which It is sought to levy a license tax on doublestamped wihisky produced in Kentucky was argued in the supremo COUTtot the United States Levi Cook for a distilling company con tended that the law discriminated against Kentucky whisky in favor of whisky from other tales and wns an interference with Interstate commerce James F Morris for the state defend thejpenc1ingletweenJohn C Noel of this city for the pur chase of a tract of land north of thd capitol which Noel values at 18000 The commission has offered him 12y 000 The appropriation for the purchase of the site was made in 1905 but had been overlooked until recent ly discovered by Capt E M Drane secretary of the commission Louisville Ky Sparks dropped by tramps sm king in the loft of the barn aye be loved to have caused tho fire which destroyed the bam wagon shedt corner b and woodshed on the farm of Mrs C M Cram nqar Cres wood causing a loss of 4000 In sured Frankfort Ivy Lewis Y Johnson mentioned its the probable saiccessor to McKeJizie Todd ss secVotoiiy to th j governor w not accept the place und it Is now likely that Capt Jackson Morris am t1fnt secretary of state will got the plncerFrankfort IbJ W Carter sher iff of Union Bounty was ordered by Circuit JudlIt L Stout to appear before the Frinklin county court and show cause nrhy he is not ia contempt of court for not serving a subpoena on Senator Jj Watkins of Sturgis to appear be Tore the grand Jurv Louisville Ky Announcement is made of th engagement of Lieut Thruston Hughes of the United States army son of Dr and Mrs William W1 lalher111e Two of Kentuckys Representatives in Congress NINTH DISTRICT Joseph Bentley Bennett Republican of Greenup was born on a farm in Greouup County Kentucky April 21 1852 and has resided in Greenup County Kentucky all his life was educated in the common schools of Greenup county and at the Greenup academy taught in the common schools of Greenup county a short time studied law and was admitted in1 JOSEPH B BENNETT Congressman from Ninth District d- Kehtucky to the bar at Greenup Ky in 1900 waf elected by the Republican convention as a member of the Republican state central committee for the Ninth Kentucky district and reelected to the same position In 1904 which he now holds was elected to the Fiftyninth and Sixtieth congresses and reelected to the Sixtyfirst con gress receiving 22832 votes to 22 107 for James N Kehoe Democrat 462 for A N Morris Prohibitionist and 302 for E Roberts Socialist TENTH DISTRICT John Wesley Langley Republican of Spurloclc was bbrn in Floyd County Kentucky receive his early edu cation in the common schools in which he was a teacher for three years attended the Law departments of the National GTeprigetown and Co lumbian now Gecjrge Washington universities for an aggregate period of eight years and fas awarded the JOHN W LANGLEY Congressman from Tenth District of Kentucky first prize in two of them served two terms in the Kentucky legislature re- ceIving at his second term the caU- cus nomination of his party the ml norily for d the house was twice a delegate from Kentucky to the n conyentlon married Jin 1904 Katherine Gudger daughter of J M Gudger Jr member of congress from North Carolina was elected to the Sixtieth congress reelected to the Sixltyflrst dorigress receiving 22438 votes to 195G7 for Amos Davis Deraochit and 25 for Greenville Ward Socialist The Smiths As to Smith a correspondent points out that while there are now about 350000 members of tho great family in England alone In1 Old Testament times according to the first book of Samuel there was no Smith through out the land of Israel This verse the late Bishop Wilberforce spotted as the hardest one Jn the Bible to quote without smiling London Chronicle Barred Dancing In Churches One of the popes in the Middle Ages had to prohibit dances in the churches In5Stl1e bishop of Orleans condemned the dancing of women in the presbytery at festivals In i12Qa theatrical danced in the churches were forbidden and two church councils not long afterward condemned all dancing in churches or churchyards Out of Mans Peach The old may have their years stretched out beyond the fourscore but they must die sooner or later no such necessary limit affects the births and it is conceivable that there may come a year when there are no births Immortality Is the only effective an swer to a cessation of reproduction and alas tho King of Terrors still reigns Paradoxical The man who pays as he goei fre quently receives urgent invitations ie stay I lOT VERY REASSURING t IL The doctor throws lots of work In his brothers way Is his brother a doctor too No Hes an undertaker p DELAY IS DANGEROUS When the kidneys are sick the whole body is weakened Aches and pains and urinary ills TiuiSr come and there is danger of diabetes and fatal JBrights disease jU Doans Kidney Pills cute sick kidneys and VAX Impart strength to ll e wno e system Mrs MA Jenkins i l Qu nahl Texas says 1 was so badly run II down that the doctors told me there was no j hoPe I was so low my relatives were called in to see mq before I died Dlt ferejpt parts ofm body were badly swollen and I was told I had dropsy Doan Kidney Pills saved my life and made it worth living Remember the nam Doane For sale by all dealers 5fr cents a box PosterMilburn Cot Buffalo N Y A Small Loaf A halffamished fellow in the south ern states tells of a baker whose loaves had been growing small by by dee and beautifully less who when goirjg his rounds to serve his custqmers stopped at the door of one and knocked when the lady within ex claimed Whos there and was answeredUThe baker What do you wantTo leave your bread Well you neednt make such a fuss about it put it through the keyhole l Or Else Burn Andrew Carnegie apropos of his epigram about the disgrace of dying rich said at a dinner in Washington Why should any one die rich There are no pockets in a shroud and aa for the man whod like to take bia money with him why even if he managed to do so it would only melt iiiitiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiuniuiiii iiim 1 TflIL- I iiiniuiinniniiinniiiiii 1 CENTAVsJmilating the Food and Regula ting the Stomachs and of r Promotes Dig HonCheerful I ness and RestCon rains neither i QpiumMorpliine norMineral- NOT NARCOTIC Rtt w Oftl JrsvtVEllYlrnIt itl rHkS o eIIJMI- Y JI rr1iJf1112iH7rhrpftIa74YV oi Aperfect forCnsti IT4 Ion StomachDiarrhoea ness and LOSS OF SLEEP lJ Tacsmle SIena lure ot l clib THE CENTAUR COMPANY NEW YORK Guaranteed under the Foodaw Exact Copy of Wrap i SHINGLES TETTER BURNS ERYSIPELAS CHAFING r s r probIkm of food ify 1ifeat more Quaker Oiits uvl1appeZlngj Compared with bthers foods Quaker Oats stsi ittbuildst WESTERN CiliaWhat Prof Shaw tH W NKiMW Assl cuibRiat Sass About It WSCaDad6olhDeMbetter 4 f Your JllUkMwU1 I yomrisrm herII P itbetaMebeyonjrent ton 1We baTS 5 people the United blatee clone wtborne to take nptfeta teat r 10000 rlClIIW- UlenteraDdmakes oee Iaras adbrIeyInexpo rtawaa Inieeiee Item wredfarmlDeprovinces hewan o MDItObS t tIon bTnl Free homeete84t1 Adaptable eofl beeltkfuj dI 11U111lehurcheS 4eecr0pittereture bow to roach the 00UIV7 eM otMrjrticalars to st Iration Ottawa Cecil to t Caad GoersM aee N WIUJMII Law 8v11419 TtIHiOMt re eereed JM Bad Tastein your mouth remoyed wHife you wait thats true A Ciw caret taken when the tongue is thick coated with the nuty squeamish feeling in stomach brings relief Its easy natural way to help nature help ydu sCASCARETSioc box ireek4 rrail ment Alldruggista Bfgges iklter intbeworld Million boxsaa skh DEFIMCE STIRCsf =other starches oaly 12 sssts files aaft DEFIANCE 18 UPERIOR QUALITY W NU CINCINNATI NO 161910 CASTOR 7 For Infants and CniMnv The Kind You llavs Always Bo Bears the Signaturo of H In IUseFor Over Thirty Years CASTORII wl OtNV5 SMPT NIWVSS SftV RESINOL POfI4tN PlY AORS1ON1 a soothing healing ointment for all eruptions and Irritations of thf a4druggistsIjRESINOL CHEMICAL COMPANY BALTIMORE MD MRESINOL k the best ippBortloa 1 have ever sees for bwasM H B Withers Ml enl WeIITm 10R PINK EYE Ia an WSTEKFii CATARMUL FErlK AND ALL AND TMO T A3ES Curesthe Sara and note as a preventive for others LIiit1l plus oa the ioncue Safe fir brood mares and all otters JNiJcU trr wl3rM cents and 8100 bottle 5505 sd the dozen blatl deeea- nd horse goods lonaes or cent ezprese paid 1I t vMdtvrei SPOHN MEDICAL Ot CeA ti Sib iTNlijAhA f rr vt a j tHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WJJpNESDAY APRIL 20 Igloat 1m u Ir L 1 e e j a r FUHRMAN CO BLOOMFIELD KY offeryousatisfy you Give us your trade and we prove our assertion i I Just a few items to show why it will pay you to deal with usl j Druggets The biggest and best assortment of Druggets r at lower prices than weret ever seen in this county Seamless Velvets and Tapestries our specialty all sizes all prices and all colors A Big 3Line of Lawns As low as 4c Allth popular checks and plaids sheer white goods at attraction prices s 1O 12 12 and15c a Special 4s 36 in Nainsook a fine cloth for LadiesI and Childrens underwear nightrobes etc 15c This is the best thing ever offered Bedroom Suits Mahogany Reed and Tablest 300 Jt Gingham Bleached l2cI sheeting iwear Crownsm Tussah lineallsh lot 120c34in mercerized 4pc Black and Grey Mullisimilar goods retail at price 35c t Lmensit 8c IOG and15C have no anywhere in Batiste for Ladies Underwear at 156 izoc 25 most exceedingly valuesOur French Lawns cloth be seen to be Prices reasonable Woolen we all shades in diagonal weaves them at worth 75C and more Especially values in white Serges at hard to du Allcolorsfvstyles newathers7tJndressed Suedes Patent Metal Oxford etc for Ladies Men sizes quality Big of Cluett President Neckwear are showing models Clothing such makes as HART NER MARX MILTON OCHS inj Blacks Blues Greys look through immense certainly please FUHRMAN r4 CO KY rr rrrr it 11 111r SPARROW Atter having absent from the columns of the SUN for some time we hopewecircumstances sometimes alter cases gL Martin Sparrow cow and calf tor CCossveldW H sold to W M Royalty one vear old mare for 3160 Mr E T Mitchell who has recently moved into our onidst will soon engage in the mercantile business Jeff Hugheswill soon his new storehouse at this place if D Sutherland and wife of Syca more Valley spent Saturday night and Suwday the latters parents at da Iswas ytnornjngltand two horses The loss is about no insurance The origin of the awayfrommorningAmos been in Illi nois for some time returned an extended visit at Chapliu Bloom and Valley Hill April nth 1910 Miss Jappa Barnett died at the other mother at this place of consumption She was bor April 15th 1883 and united with th Christian church at the age iirteeri and had been consistent ever sin She borean lentChristian character Her friends were numberedfy her acquaintances and were numerous ha sufferer for over five withChristianforltude inuring but alvtrays seeming ready ofcey her Masters call The funeral churchrilof Chaplin Sh was member of the jMv BT A the burial rites of the order being observed She is by her PIf ii n ie 3 Piece Oak and Oak Rockers XJ rL Odd Dressers 500 42 i Reed Rockers J K L i 150 andup them i 10 75cSilkIt U same color as cloth They are 60 i des rough UJCllCll CU UUIllJCI goods retail ell 35c quote the at29cPlain Linen 25c All colors worth Our price 30c Our India I2c equal Our 4 and care fine must x t In Dress show sqc good and 50c Gun s Childrenvs wear and best line shirts and We uptoclate and stock will r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r a aat ben Isaac one 3750 Case 4 with y with S home after home about o years a member e excel e been a months a Your and Oak See U Vole Kid r of Leathers Store and Mrs RL Mor gan of Chaplin who have the sympa thy of the entire community in their bereavement In Memory of Lemuel Keeling Another home oershadowed another circle broken Lemuel the s nol Mr and Mrs George Keeling this life on Friday April 1910 He bade farewell to and loved ones on earth to cross the silent river of death and gladly greet his fa ther just across on the evergreen shore Lemuel was a noble young man and a devoted Christian having united with the Christian church at this place several years ago In his death the community has lost a good citizen the family a loving and brother but let us gainHiE at the Christian church on Saturday afternoon at oclock An able discourse livered by Rev J W Grubbs after which the remains were in Fairview cemetery He is survived hy a father and moth ywhom sisters and four brothers to the many friends extend theirI in their sad and lonely Think of him dear ones while oer lifes water You seek the land Missing his voice his touch and the true helping Of his kind Till tempestsafelyJust on the other side throusthdeaths glorifiedtReaching the Top avigordhealth there is no success But Electric Bitters is the greatest Health Builder bowels purifies and enriches the blood tones and the whole system enables you to stand the wear tear of your daily work IIAi of from Kidney termonthsI es W M Sherman of Three bottles of Electric Bitters made Haydon Prompt relief in all sasesof throat and lung trouble if you use Chamber lains Cough Remedy Pleasant to take soothing and healing in effect Sold by all = A Remedy Free dailylife shouldihelpSday you can consider yourselfcon stipated and it is time you did some thing about it thereisQuncyIllmanyothers Drlitcuredpraise of It didtoroneofbutIthingsmakebut do nothing that is lasting Dr Cold wells Syrup Pepsin is a scientific prepa syrupyItheIntestinal canIsize families who have already found liveranddoctor80 that can test it before buYing aboutIyou don understand or If you wan any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There Is servJceTheCaldwrll 500 Caldwell bldg For sale by The Rfd Cross Drug Store We have some SUNSHINE for you I J l fUlI fj4a I SUNSHINE FINISHES lI SUNSHINE BRIGHTEN FURNITURE FLOORS AND FIXTURES L n mrxnut LINt IIAMU A DURABLE FINISH TO AND METAL TO APPLY ASK FOR HANDSOME FOLDER SHOWING THE COLORS AND GIVING SUGGESTIONS FOR EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSE LEO MA YDON Ky af J Aljl Calicos American and Simpson 5cApron 5cCheese Nainsooh5c 5IndIaC 78 Bro Cotton A5c78 Cotton 5c36 inch Bleached Cotton 7 equal to Hope cotton 104 25C SilK in new shades 39 A suiting Poplins colored SilK 4c andMasalias Chiffon appreciated selling Mohairs Pumps all Shirts beautiful in and A our t boughtof completed She illUlc beautiful heavenly son was de deposited sympathy and suffering Druggists for you WILL WORN ADDS TIICH WOOD IMPROVING wo w w w v w w w w v v w Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky J C McElroy rand C A Green Adtnin istrators of Sidney GreenP aintiffs vs J F Isham Defendant Equity By virtue of a judgment and order o sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1910 in the above styled cause for the su of 56928 with interest at the rate o six per centum per annum from the 1st day of January 1906 until paid and 5000 foi the costs in this action I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Monday April 25 1910 Thereaboutbingand best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the described property to wit A tract of land lyirg in Washington county Ky on the waters of Wolf Pen Branch awl which is hounded as fol lows JohBurns e East by Wm Isaacs and G T Kimber lin on the South by Sandford anisF Isham by dee of Hardin Isham ot date the 22nd of April 1905 and recorded in deed book NoSl page 345 in the office of the Clerk of the Washing ton County iiourt For the the purchaser or purchasers withapproved securit or siirities must execute bond bearin legvl interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment A lien being retained on the property Bidders will be termstCI Kills A Murderer A merciless murderer Appendicitis with many victims But DrKingsNe w Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liyer and bowels that clogging Constipationat Haydon Robertson Don CarlosBeautiful Bay Harniss and Stallion Will make the season of 1910 at m place 2J miles Wilhsbure on Snarpsyill and Willisburg turnpike at lIst dam by LeGrand 2nd dam by pon Pedro 223 Don Carlos has proven himself a flrstclass breeder in every particular COXIEMy fine Coxie will make the season at the same time and place at to Insure a Colt to Stand and Suck Coxie is a Grey coming 8 years old sired by BurtonCoxsBright Light CaldwellGiantLien retained on all colts until season is paid Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted wi- thRichard Riley Everythingunew n Ladles Neck l2 and Hair Goods t Switches and i 1 2550 and 75 cents all r Poplin Our dresses leading and and = Mens SCHAH Fancies you BLOOMFIELD r r r r have survived sisters1Dr I departed only 2 hand compelstoinvigorates Constipation EASY ACTUAL Springfield Bleached Springfield Kyon e following n purchase prepared is preventing that Saddle from SuckI Jack 7 Jack i Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky W D Claybrooke etc Plaintiffs vs F I Purdom etc Defendants Equity I offrendered at the term 1910 in the above styledcause for settle tofin Springfield Kyon Monday April 25 1910 At2 oclock p m or thereabout being county court dayto tne highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the wittA parcel of land in Washington coun tyKy In tne tillage ot Texas and on SpringfieldandPerryville as follows Beginning at a stone in the center of ofRcenter Hof said turnpike 76 feet to a stone thence North 379 feat to a stone thence West 76 feEt to a stone in line linedone half acre more or less For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security beaunglegalpaid and having the force and effect of a judgment a lien being retained on preparedgC F BOSLBY M C W C C t SaleIWashington Circuit Court Kvl i Thomas jj GravesGtuardtan Plaintiff vs Josephine McIlvoy etc Defen dants Equity By virtue ofa judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court renderedat the February term 1910 in the above styled cause for the pur pose of the infant obtaining her estate I shall to offer for sale at the- Courthouse door in Springfield Ky o n Monday April 25 1910 At 2 6clock p m or thereabout be ing County Court dayto the highest uponYe following described property towit countyKybounded as follows Beginning at a point in the and Perry ville pike corner to the Chris tian church lot and running thence with the said church lot N 20 W 244 chains to an oak post corner to said church lot thence S 87 E 494 chains to stone corne to Paris Peter lot thence wit line of same S 14J E 3 21 chains to cen pikethencechains to the beginning containing one acre and 40 poles For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglpaid and having the force and effect of a judgment a hen being retained on bePrePartoC F BOSLEY M C W C C l 1 Dr W F Trusty Prac- ticalDentist9 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCiC r Dental work at reasonable prices ifll Jwork guaranteed 3 t Office over fiaydon Barber F B D LAKE J insurance Agent- SPRINGFIELD KENTUC Y 1 Life Fire and Accident I I t DR M W HYATt f OFFICE OVER r THE RED CROSS DRUG STORED J SPRIN GFIELDKENTUCKY i t OFFICE HOURS 1 lQ30 to 12 m 4 to 5 pml Dr J C MUddtI T3PJUljGFIELD OFFICE J nYDONS fOffice Hours 8 to 9k M 1 to 2 p li I ttI 1 T SCOTT M AYES- ATTYATLAW JWilAppealsend1 C C McCft ORDJTTYAI LAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Fedeqdrl W D CL jSpriAgfield 1pealsVVYERjLA JSpringfield Ky ywilland adjoining counties and in court of Appeals r eS M CAMPBELL v AUCTIONEERS iieSpringfield Ky yWillPhone 84 1 t H M BRUSSELL AUCTIONEER v Lebanon Ky Rt 3 Crying of public sales specialty as cry sales anywhere cheaper than Iwh 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