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T fVf t I 11 + bcIt l r L i J I VOLUME VISPRINgFIELD KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1910 L l ji2itt NEW TOBACCO i WAREHOUSES Large Buildings to Be Erected This Spring for Handling theILoose Leaf Product Springfield which has become known J as quite a strong tobacco market is to handIIlingtion has heretofore been made in the columns ot the SUN of the warehouse la a to be erected by the Springfield Louse Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Company which has recently been incorporated under the Jaws of Kentucky The corn pany has contracted with Mr H jf Yankey to erect a mammoth plant to be used for selling loose leaf tobacco It will be built dn the lot on east Main i street purchased from Mr Palmer Grundy and in dimensions will be 204x t 108 ft The house will be ready forthei fall sales und will be managed by MrI W JStem while Mr Abram nor will be auctioneer The Washington CountyTobacco eJ house Co which has already erec ed three buildings willdefect another large warehouse to be edas1i plant for fqgippedfwith which will be two hydraulic screws for 5prizingprize 120000 pounds per day while it and the other houses here willjbe able to prize 350000lbs daily Night Riders Night rides visited Boyle and Lin coin counties Wednesday night and de 11betweenHadgeVille Bastin Independent Telephone system whose headquarters are at Lancaster There is a clew to the identity of the leaders of the raid and Lancaster and Danville officers are working on the case As the lines were cut at every pole and toru down for a distance of at least oortiBftles the miscreants must have spent several hours in accomplishing their dastardly deed While the parties who destroyed the line are unknown it is a known fact that they were In rubbertired buggies and judging by the manner in which the work was done it is certain it was done by experts who knew exactly how to do the greatest damage CCongratulations Thtfjjadies of the Methodist church served oneof the most delightful Coun ty Court day dinners on Monday that has ever been serVed here on a like occasion and which not only pleased arid satisfied the appetite ot all who partook thereof but netted the ladies ot the c church about 150 The Christian felt lowship which exists among Springfield church people was most evident on ttiis occasion as Catholic Presbyterian Baptist and Christian worked as hard for the success ot the enterprise as did the ladies ot the Methodist church An Experts Opinion v Of Skin Diseases J A prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you are familiar with says that in all his scientific ex perience he has never found so hard a disease to conquer as Eczema Yet he does not hesitate to recommend ZEMO as most successful remedy for the treatment of Eczema itching skin dis eases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp He says hat not only do its cu rative qualities make it popular but also the fact that it is a clean liquid remedy for externaluse A great improve ment over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasi ant to use but do not destroy the germ life that causes the disease Zemo draws thegerms to the surface and destroys them leaving the skin clear and heal thy Carbe used fieely on infants Mr Leo HayHoh will gladly supply those with ia free sample bottle of AtaZEMOt nda booklet which explains in I simple Jangua e all about bkin diseases and how to cure youritelf at home with Zemo Ben Johnsons Efforts At Washington Washington April 25 Because the receipts at Elizabeth town are not sufficient to meet the g nerallaw authoriz ing public Building Representative Johnson does not ex ect to succeed in his efforts to secure a public building for that city Its r eceipts yearly are but 6500 while 10 000 is required His bill for a publi buildingat Bards town however whose receipts are 35 000 a day is in b tter shape The Treasury Departmen re ommends 60 000 for the structure while the House Committee wants to tpend 65000 and 10000 has alrdady b en expenden for site Rogers Gore Repres2ntative John sbns secretary stai t Louisville today He will look af d10 Johnsons gubernatorial fences Charged With Arson Robert Burris a tii ner whohas been working for McElroy Shultzfor some time was arrested an i taken to Leban on yesterday by mars lal JJ Grace Burris has just been indicted by the Marion county grand JUrY charged with arson The offense is alleged to have been committed when the old Veranda Hotel burned The accused man had a shop iithis building alnd had his stock tools et9 insured and he is now accused of having burnell the building in order to get the insurance The cage was worked up by Fire Marshal W F Neiktrk and it is said that other in dictments are liable to follbw Burris steadfastly maintains that he is inno- Cent 1 Skull Fractured On the Anderson farm north of Per ryville in the edge of Mercer county George Russell apronr nent farmer wad instantly killed Wedn sday afternoon and Mark Deenng an ther well known farmer wdaierour y hurt Both gentlemen wer engaged in get mg out some saw logs and were assist ng in felling trees T ic jar occasioned by chopping on one tre caused a dead limb to fall from the topmost part ot it They ran but wer caught Russell was struck on the top of the head and his skull crushed Deering received a glancing blow and was dangerously hurt but will recover Mr Russell was forty years of age and is survived by his wife and eight ch dren The funeral took place Thursday afternoon followed by interment n the family bur ying ground SBig Cattle Deals Probably the largest Ideal of the kind ever made in this section was consummated a day or two ago when FoxIO Daniel Co sold to B Sterns Sons of New York City five h undred head of cattle which the local firm has been slopping at the Mueller Wathen Ko bert distillery The cattle will be sent to New York on two sj ecial trains the first shipment being ir ade next Thursday the 28th inst ard the other on May 4 The average weight of the cattle it is said was 1 00 pounds and the price paid was 70 per hundred or 42000 for the lot In addition to the 500 head mentioned Fox ODamel Co sold to Del Russ II 6f Louisville twenty head and to loci butchersabout- the same number The cattle were all bought in Washington and Marion counties last fall and s nee November have been in the pens a the distillery Itis said that the ayera e weight taken on while being fed at th e distillery was 200 oounds The cattle were bought at from 4 to 4J cents per Lebanon En terprise Itching Eczema Washed Away Is it worth 25c to you to stop thataw- tul agonizing itch Lurely you will spend25 cents on your c ruggista recom mendation to cool and cal and soothe that terrible itching eruption By arrangement with the D b D Laboratories of Chica 0 we arei able to make a special offer of a 25c bottle of their oil of winter een compound CallIor write ertelephorte ltd HvdQ Robertson dru gistsj We absolutely know that the itch is stopped AT ONCE by X D D Pre scription and the cure all seem to be permanent j Prompt relief in all sases of throat and lung trouble if you use Chamberlains Cougt Remedy Pleasant to take soothing rid he ling in effects Soki by allQr I tS COUNTY COURT MONDAY LAST Large Crowd in Town Bidding Spirited and Stock Brought Good Prices County Court brought aIgood sued crowd to town Monday and considerable stock was sold on tha street Auction eer S M Campbell gives the following list of sto k soldby him 6 yearling steers 19 per head 10 yearling steers 17 per head 10 yearling steer4 14 50 per head 4 year hng steers 1410 perhead 1 cow and calf 40 1 cow36 1 cow 28 1 old cow20icow 42 1 lot of sheep 920 per head 1 lot of sheep 745 per head 1 pigs 40 1 sow and pigs 50 sorand and colt 201 1 mare 141 1 1 twoyearold horse 159 1 ho se 61 1 old horse 50 I old horse 2750 1 sixyearold Jack 85 refused By virtue of judments and order of the Washington Circuit Court C K Bosley Master Commissioner sold the following three tracts of land to the highest bidder on Monday last Thos J Graves plaintiff vs Josephine Mcr Ilyoy defendants a house and lot in Mackville containing 1 acre and 40 poles S S Bottoms was the purchaser for 1550 W D Claybrooke assignee etc pith vs fV I Purdom defendant a house and lot in Texas Ky containing one half acre to Daye Purdom for 410 Both of these tracts were auctioned by W B Spears while S M Campbell sold a tract of 107 acres near Pottsville to Wallace McCarty for 750 This was sold pursuant to an order in the case of J C McElroy plaintiff vs J F Ish am defendant Graves White Mr Will White and Miss Bertha Graves were united in the holy bonds of matrimony yesterday afternoon at 5 oclock The young people were married in the Cathlic church at Freder icktown Father Pieters performing the ceremony The only attendants were Messrs Arthur Thompson and Alex Webb After the ceremony the bridal party repaired to town where they and other friends were entertained 2ta bounteous pnd delicious supper The SUN extends heartiest congratulations and best Wishes to the happy young peopleI DEEP CREEK GfoRusseltsome others were cutting a tree down a limb tell on him killing him instantly He leaves a wife and eight children to mourn his loss They have the sympathy of the entire community in their be reavement Mr and Mrs Anderson Hold rman entertained as guests last Sunday Mr and Mrs John Wallace Mr Sosh Miss Ola Holderman all of Spirngfield and Mr and Mrs George Elliott Mr and Mrs Bin Coyle visited their son Mr Win Coyle at Jensentown las Wed sday Mrs Mollie Coyle is spending this week at Jensentown with her son Mr Woodson Coyle Mr and Mrs Martin Mathley spent last Wednesday at Jensontown with Mr John Mathley Messrs J L Harmon and Henry Holderman were in Mackville on busi ness Fridav Mr Woodsie Elliott Co have moved their sawmill to Mr George Elliotts tarm and are ready for sawing Miss Maggie Coyle spent Wednesday night with Miss Lettie Covle Mr Adam Elliott and wife of Boyje countyere pleasant guests of id Mrs W B Carpenter ilast Sunday Miss Nannie Burns spent Thursday night with Miss Susie Elliott Mrs Della Reynolds and children spent last Tuesday with Mrs Ida El hott TheHttle daughter of Dee Yahkey is very low with pneumonia at this writ ing We hope for her speedy recovery II REV J M RpDDY II The meeting at the Baptist ChurJi ed on last Friday night The continued rain interfered wit the attendance but those who did attend were amptly repaid for their effort Rev J M Ruddy is a splendid speaker and completely captivated his hearers There were about fourteen additions to the church Marion County Falcon and Enterprise The Court of Appeals has affirmed the judgmentjof the Ma ion circuit court in the suit of J A Thompson against William Yowell holding that an em blem over the name of k candidate on a ballot is not absolutely necessary Tile plaintiff sought to set aside the election of Yowell as chief of police on the placedloverhis aid the Appellate Court affirmed the judgment wehknownA P Rickets the local concreta contractor duringthe pabt4 week was lendeedaplce as suoerm tendent of a gang ot concrete workers on the Panama canal at a salary of 1800 peryear The offr came to Mr Ricketts unsolicited and as yet he has not made reply to it However owing to press of work here itlis not probable he will accept the Col John B Wathen through his attorneys filed a lengthy petition in the Circuit Court Monday in which the distilling firm ot Wathen Mueller Co are named as defendants It seems that the parties to the suit pwn adjoining farms on the Cambellsvile pike near Lebanon and that the distilling firm are erecting a division feice Col Wa then claims that they are encroaching on his land and if permitted to erect the fence as they contemplate doing he will be deprived of about two acres of land The Simms neighborhood was consid erably stirred up a short time since over the disappearance of T 4 Eron the 12 yearold son of Mr J Walter Brown Some time ago two young men straved into that neighborhood one finding work on the farm of Mr Ed Brown and the other on the farm of Mr Clem Brown They were evidently of the class which stays but a short time in a place Two weeks ago they disappe red and with them went young Brown It is supp sed that he left in order to aeti some thing of this big cou try of ours No other reason can be as he had never been in troublehod nis home was all that could be desired Your tonge is coatedSYour breath is foul Headache come and go These symptoms showth it your stem ach is the trouble To rem ve the cause is the first thing and C iiamberlains Stomach and Liver Table will do that Easy to take and most effective Sold by all druggists The Sun and CourierJournal 1150 The Springfield Sun J100 per year Base Ball The Springfield youngsters are sure some bear catchers as ball players Springfield recently walloped the St Marys Juniors by a scoreof 4 to3 and this fact was noised about in Bards town where there is also a junior base ball team This team decided that while the Springneld boys might beat St Marys by a small margin that they could easily trounce the Soringfield boys and came here on last Saturday with that intention Their hopes were never realized however for when the game was ovec the tally sheet showed that the home team had scored twelve times and the visitors but once Wallace Rogers and Ben E Simms were the rbatterxfor the locals and did splendid work fact all of the bovaplayed a good game r and are ready for another victim IContract Let The Sisters of St Catherines have given to Mr R L Goodm of Lebanon the contract to erect the new brick building on the Academy grounds which inIbe done at St Catherines as other im provements are contemplated which when completed will make St Cath erines second to no school as to beautv and equipment BarkerConner Mis Retta Barker and Rubel Conner were married this afternoon at the home of the brides father Mr J H Barker m the presence of the relatives and a few interested fnends of thecon WiHiamsIofficlat or Louisville After a bridal trip they will make tfreir home at Bloomfield where Mr Conner is manager of the Cumberland Telephone Co Mrs Con ner is a beautiful young woman and a iayonte in Springfield She has tor some time been bookkeeper for the Cumberland Telephone Co VissingHchemann MryWm Vissing who has been employed for some time past by Mr J W Pnchard of this place as tinner was married this atternoon to Miss Gertrude Heheman in Louisville at St Francis Catholic Church Mr Viss ing and his bride will return here tonight and take rooms at the Springfield Hotel ooeoaoebeoeoeoeoeoeOI ALL THE ACCESSORIES OF A 2 DAINTY WOMANS TOILET 2 Qinmanicure sets perfumes toilet wat ers creams lotions and fine soaps a are here in all the exquisite elegance and high grade concoctions so dear 0 the feminine heart As aids to Q Beauty our fine skin foods in creams 5 and powder are unexcelled Our ar ay of toilet articles will suit the a most fastidious LEO HAYDON VTHEPRESCBIPTION STORE Q Io Or aaoaaaaqoaio Kentucky ttas5t37 Roads According to a pamphlet ssued by the Secretary of Agriculture Kentucky has 57137 miles of public r ads Of this number 1048 miles are surfaced with gravel and 807 with stone making in all 9486 miles f improved roads Many of these roads have been built and maintained by turnpike companies while others have been constructed by counties from funds aised on bond Issues It will he seen that sixteen per cent of the roads have been improved By comparing the total road mileage with the area of the State M appears that there was 14 miles of public road to every square mile of area A comparison of mileage with population shows that there was one mile of road to every 37 inhabitants and one mile of improved road to every 266 inhabitants The counties showing the longest mileage of macadamized roads are Anderson 200 Bourbon 305 Boyle 100 Bracken 180 Carroll 126 Christian 20Q1 Clark 189 Fayette 260 Fleming 215 Franklin 225 Grant 450 Hafriison 320 Henry 200 JeffeLson 240 Jess mme 160 Kenton 200 Madison 300 Mason 325 Merter 2y3 Nelson 250 Nicholas 22oi Peridleton 288 Scotr 372 Shelby 350 Washington 1t5 Woodtord 210 Of Bourbons tctalroad mileage only 25 are not macadamized Of Fayettes 375 miles 15 miles are not macadamizedof ScciUs 400 miles an but 25 miles are macadamized These three counties lead all others in the state in per centBge of mileage imacad ainized Dedication of Baptist Church Next Sunday The dedication of the Baptist Church next Sunday May 1 promises to be an event of unusual interest The services will commence promptly at 1030 a m and the building will probably be crow ded before that time Dr M1 Hunt of Louisville will preach the dedicatory sermon Dr Hunt is pi gtoc Mhr21d and Walnut streets Baptist Church gad is one of the most popular Baptist preachers in the South In the afternoon at 330 Dr Everette Gill of Dan yule will deliver a Missionary addressSThis will be one ot the most helpful services of the day At 8OQ Oclock Rev J M Roddy wfiolconductejJtlj8 meeting will deliver the con luing address The Baptist Church with lot and 11 1amountraised Everyone is cordially invited to attend each one of these services Inwers and Plants tiI will be in Springfield Wednesday May 4th with a nice linebf floweiitiiir z plants GeoR UatliyV t lOCUST GrJvtI Ito Mr and Mrs Whitemar spent Sunday with friends at Texas Mr and Mrs Hugh Leichman E M Leachnan Charlie Litsey and Jack Reed dined with Mr and Mrs 1sLe- achmanSundaYJ Miss JennieLeachman spent lastweek With Miss Sue ReedSMrs Kate Litsey is on the sick list Mrs Earl Brackney ha returned to her home at Columbia Ohio after a pleasant visit with her parents Mr and Mrs S C VanArsdale Misses Sue Reed Eleanor Reed Sarah Reed Harvey VanArsdale Sue Ed gerton and Lillian Leachman attended the convention at Willisburg Saturday Revs Hamilton and Mposeley were the guests of H L Litsey Friday night Miss Pearl Claybrooke of Spring LitseyMrsreturned to her home after a visit te her daughter Mrs Ed Birch Mrs Sallie Gregory and Miss EHea Gregory will visit friends in LouieviU next week Mr and Mrs Richard Hagarj spent Sunday with her parents Lebanon Reaching the ijop in any calling of life demund a vigor ous body and sj keen brain Withotrt health there is no success But Etectrie Bitters is the greatest Health Buikkr the world has ever known It compete kidneysbowelstcnes and invigorates the wkok syst M and enables you to stasdthe wear sad tear Ji your daily wor tter moit of suffering from ble writes W M Sherm irig Me Three bottles of ittersmsde atHajdon1 t j r JYi IfftlJL J 1f L it L sUnorH L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Now for the straw bonnets Spring bless her may go as for ai she likes Make room for the rhubarb pie and the strawberry shortcake When It saw the colonel the Sphinx remained discreetly silent i Girls rime written on eggs are iturnedout of cold storage from one to three years old Simian dinners are still popular In the New York smart set and some of them cost 100 per plate Paris has a ham and iron fair though ham and diamonds would be more appropriate combination Japan Is taking an Interest In base ball which seems to assure a cordial understanding beyond question It will be Lard for Kermit to con clamidigghBay Why should not the young mans fancy lightly turn to thoughts of love Spring millinery bills do not embitter his dreams j Now science has achieved an in jventlon to take the picture of beating hearts This ought to make effective exhibits in love pleadings peDIPleEconomists who declare there Is ow too much gold will not exert any otlceable influence on the enthusiasm lot the man with a mining prospectus iA New York man who was run down by a baby carriage Is suffering from a broken shoulder New York men hould never go on the street without air nursemaids Impetuous are the members of kSO Hungarian chamber of deputies they began hurling books and Inkwells without waiting for the mo- Ylngplcture machine As a matter of fact man Is not In rebellion against buttoning up his iwifes waist In the back He likes anything that proves he laa convenience about the house One good thing about fthe gaseous tan of Halleys comet which is expected to envelope the earth before long is that we shall not be com gelled to get it through a meter Count Komui a says that a war between this country and Japan is in conceivable Little does he realize the strength of the imaginations of some of our afterdinner speakers New York gave away a car load of babies to New Orleans people the oth- erday This corroborates the old saying that generosity consists in giving away something which we do not ourselves Sailing of the Mauretania was delayed half an hour by the nonarrival of some cans of cream We are sur prised to learn that the Mauretanla does not have among its attractions a cowpasture and creamery of its own l The appendix thinking the human race has not enough trouble of Its own Just now has started to mak e more by inventing for Itself a new an exclusive disease This disease the doctors have agreed to call appendix jiilar gastralgta and there is smal- doubt that those who wish to kee strictly up to date will contract i without delay Indeed appndlcltia may go quite out of fashion The Idea of running instruction trains for the benefit of farmers ap pears robe growing in popularity One of these trains In charge of th state agricultural department Is on trip through New Jersey and the farm ers are flocking to the stopping splacee in large numbers to listen to tures and witness the demonstrations The practical value of this method i recognized and the American farme- who wants to be up to date is catch lag on New Jersey evidently is wide awake as to the importance of uti lizing its natural resourcea The United States collector of Internal revenue in New York reports that the corporations are generally responding to the requirements of the new federal law calling for returns as a basis for taxation This Is commendable and shows a much bette- spiritI than indicated ig many quarter- at first The best intelligence in co porate management is beginning realize and recognize that reasonable restriction and regulation are equit able and in the public Interest managers are governing themsely- accordingly betverto a Chicago telephone girl The police on medical advic stopped a Marathon endurance dance in San Francisco which had lasted 15 Hours One of the dancers seemed urging himself to the point of torture but that did not prevent the crowd In attendance from resenting the huma action of the police It is the same old story Scratch the skin of civil zation and find the human brute u rierneath F r rd What Is Happening Throughout the State i WITH ANOTHER WOMAN Aged Wife Alleges Youthfil Husband Has Affinity Louisville KyMrs E 11 Maxon SmlthBaumgardner whose wealth is estimated at 1000000 and who on June 17 1909 married U ysses Gar land Baumgardner assists t manager of a dairy lunch filed suit for absolute divorce alleging tha her husband had been living wi h another woman and has treated Uer cruelly Mrs Baumgardners age I 83 years while her husband is bolo 40 After ordering her husband from her horns Mrs Baumgardner surro nded her self with special detective to prevent the defendants return h me Mrs Baumgardner set a trap for her tins detectivestotectives allege they surer sed him at a time place and under conditions which left no doubt in the vifes min that he was faithless to he r Mr an Mrs Baumgardner returns from the south five weeks ago and have been living in the fashionable d tract Mrs Baumgardner came to Louisville years ago as Mrs MarS Maxon- wife of an insurance ma i On ibis death she married K W Smith Who succeeded her first hush nd in th insurance business Mr Smith die several years ago leaving his wife a fortune of nearly 100000 Lexington Ky The active cam pain for pooling the 1910 white burley tobacco crop of Kentucky Ohio West Virginia and Indiana was be gun here by the district board of thaBurley Tobacco society Two thou sand acres were pledged to the organ jizajion and pledges covering the re maining acreage will be at once of fered in the 60 odd counties in which the society operated Boards of con feel in all counties will be notified to start their local campaigns before April 25 and to employ solicitors Vo rush the work Officials of the society assert that the pooled crop this year will exceed that of 1909 when 150 000000 pounds were pool d Louisville KyCapt A Laldley of Cincinnati manager f the Louis yule Cincinnati Pac et Co pur chased at receivers sale the property of the Louisville Evansville Packet Co for 18700 The de I was close for Capt Laidley by JIE Lyons o Higginspdrt O The property sold includes the packets Tell City Taras con Bellevue and the Louisville New Albany Brandenburg and Owensboro wharfboats The price received is re garded as very low as this IJrOpertrI when new Is said to have 000 The new owners will resume operations working in close coopera tion with the Louisville CincinnaC Packet Co r Louisville KyThe subscale ca mittee of seven representing unio miners and mine operators of Wes- ern Kentucky left for Pitteburg where they will consult T L Lewis president the United Mine Work ers regarding instructions sent unto miners by national offiers The mt ers and officials have agreed on points in a new two year wage seal except machinemixed run ofmin and pickedmined nmofmine coal is on this point they want Lewis opinion Louisville KyCol Morris B Belknap once Republican candidate onedo of the state is dead aged 53 Physicians believe that Col Belknap contracted dDPorts n war Frankfort KYA writ of prohlbl ion was asked In the court of appeals piaien Deracounty In the trial of a number of cases where Viointoxicatinsh case was argued before benchr Louisville Ky Assaults upon strikebreakers at the Twentyfourth andMalnstreetsj plant of the Amer and the Installation of stemming m chines In the various plants of the company thus doinfc away with hand labor marked the day with the strikmg tobacco workers from three dill rent local factories ordersr of itrfret0at LCeing to the kiddies and the coppers put 111Psstreets were youngsters 930 iacIngseason moerr for the future of tIre American turf than tures cantiuj uiu Ise or thinrleglSla executives per sonally fight clean stntgr gles for superiority horse against tiner best won Gre tea Green J W Schorrs Ben Brush horse highly tried and sue placeinodds of i0 to WILLJHOLD RECEPTION New Capitol to Dedication Frankfort Ky Although the state unUIlJuneto be given in the new building will e the state recepUon on May 28 When Gov Willson and the other state officials will hold a reception and ail jlress the delegates of the State Fed KentUat that time The regents of the clubs of the aughters of the Revolution will also je present and participate In his race tion as the Daughters will le here to unveil the monument of Daniel Boone and the entertainment be held under the auspices of the Rebecca Bryan Boone chapter of Lex ington IiKENTUC Y FUNDS On Which InterestBearing Warrants May Be Issued KyInterestbearingwarrants ondState university or the sinking fund appllcationyritten by Attorney General Breathitt at the request of State Treasurer Far 10y In answer to the question ot what character of warrants issued treasurerdof Attorney General Breathitt affects n earlY 1500000 of Interestbearing warrants and is therefore of wide interest to the merchants of Kentucky and Ohio who have been selling supplies to the various state in stitutions for most of the supplies re furnished these two states Frankfort KyTwo methods of ar riving at the value of the franchise of the Southern Pacific Co the 200 000000 corporation whose home Is at Beechmont Jefferson county are suggested in an opinion delivered to the state board of valuation and ass ssment by Atty Gen James Breath itt It is certain that the board will act upon the suggestions and that thee companys franchise will not ba assesed at more than 7000000 if that much Beattyville KyTwo dead two mortally wounded and two slightly wounded was the result of a newly opened malt mead stories operated hy thefThe dead are Costly Jones and Jeff Wilson mortally wounded Clay Hall and Elmer Mattox Robert Farmer was shot in the leg and John Swann of Heidelberg was shot in the foot censustland triplets were born in this section The parents of the triplets are Mr fend Mrs Dock Gibson of Gibson Hart tomand Mrs Willietcoun ty section onenofn1theeofTttally wounded the bullet haying en tered his abdomen Jtalbusy prompt ed the act 4bfyeas a coupty is dead aged 68 years Mr Jdtitandage ng the father of John Reich He was a me bar of the George H Thomas pos of Cincinnati and served through the entire civil war Lexington KyTliestate racing con mission at Its meeting here gave expression to Its disapproval of the proposal of the directors of the Kentucky association to increase the coal mlskions from parlmutuel pools from 5 to 7 per cent by sanctioning au amendment to Rule 46 which was proposed by Col E J Clay Lexington KyJ D Marshall of Lexington W D Mclntyre of Millers burt and William Dudle of Carlisle bought the Shelbourne tobacco ware house one of the largest plants in the local loose leaf market and will op ors e It next season The plant was owned by Silas Shelbourne Son of Richmond Va ICal Tradys last 150001for010 hgalnst the L N ra r ad claimed that while employed as HetI engineer on the road he sustained Yvase Injuries when his engine raft htoI a landslide at Uma Ky Frankfort KyDr G W Arms of LeU hfield was elected superintend ant jfthe feeble minded institute of Frankfort by the board of control livinglMay 1 Fr nkfort Ky Secretary of State Ben L Bruner took steps to rescind the state printing contract 1hich the Cont rental Printing Co has wijthi then tate b Writing a letter tqAt0 asking him to fil affil 1GenBroatHt contract y 7 Seasonable fIats LITTLE maids have quite a variety to choose from when the time comes for a new hat Since num bers of establishments have sprung up that specialize on this kind of mil linery more care and attention is given to it Tho three pictures shown here are favorites and are correct in every de Droopingbrimsfamiliar garden floWers or wild flow ers remain the best possible choice when it comes to trimmings Little round crowned Milan straws with drooping brims are trimmed with a plain band bf velvet finished with a bow and ends at the back or with two rosettes one at each side t But FOR THE HOME OR STREET Pretty Dress Suitable for Either wcca slon Is the One Described Below We show here a pretty dress suit able either for indoor or outdoor tcar the skirt is closely plaited dud v con nected with the bodice by ix mlTterlal band edged with ribbon velvet Two tucks are taken over each nhiflilder stitched to waist back and front the prettily shaped yoke Is edged with rib bon velvet which also trims the wrists of the leg of mutton sleeves Hat of panne trimmed with striped ribbon Materials required 3 yards 46 Inches vide 4 yards ribbon velvet 3h yard tucked silk for yoke fShirred Puffs Agafni- The little shirred puffs thai were so much used q few seasons ago are back Again and the fabric covered cords which prcvallerlast year are again be- Ing hands of hnile putting Lof tho gown fabric stitched at bOrsIdes are also seen little wearers are so pleased with the addition ot flower that rosettes of these are often added Sometimes for the sake of additional color satin ribbon is used In the picture both satin and velvet ribbon are placed with bunches of daisies finishing the brim The fluffy hate of lacelike hair braid and net finished with a rosette of blue satin ribbon and a wreath of forgetmenots is the most popular style of all those shown for little girls Such hats are to be found in all the light colors with white para mount as a favorite Nothing is liked so well unless it be the lingerie hats of lace and embroidery or lace and theyareSOME HOT WEATHER HINTS For Those Who Suffer from Excessive Perspiration Simple Remedies That Have Proved Effective During the hot weather many worn en suffer from excessive body mois ture tt not carefully guarded against this is fatal The woman who perspires must not shouldnever enlg twice a day Frequent bathing is a necessity Be sides a bath each morning the wash cloth should be freely used at other times A little ammonia or borax In lukewarm water is excellent In the case of excessive moisture Dusting with talcum or orris root after a bath will ba helpful frequentlyIfbefore they get old Most qualities can bo washed but are never much protection afterward There Is less temptation to wear shields long if they are pinned in with safety pins rather than sewed A good powder Is made from one part salicylic acid to three parts boric acid the whole scented with orris- root Lycopodium which is used for chil dren to prevent prickly heat will prevent undue perspiring Dust perspiring hands with boric acid before putting on gloves anti bathe the hands frequently with co logne or alcohol Ventilated gloves are a help When perspiration is so excessive as to defy all remedies consult a doctor It frequently comes from weakness TrimmingA and cuffs straightbandson top and bottom vith narrow lace or embroidered insertion This la crossed in front of collar ana top of cuff with three bands lof Insertion reaching down cn frock and up sleeve Thq middle band is an i n longer than the side ones All are pointed Novelties for the Hostess Smart florists now have a pretty trick of covering the pot with mos- when growing flowers are sent as gift The moss Is grown on the earth en surface and if watered will last for some time making It possible to ruse the flowering plant as a centerpiece without a jar lnJer or po cover vr GERMANY AND T CANADIAN WHEAT LOOKS TO THE CANADIAN WEST FOR HER SUPPLyY A dispatch from Winnipeg Manito ba dated March 18 1910 says That Germany is anxious to secure a share of Canadian wheat to supply her im ports of that cereal The recent ad justment of the trade relations wltk Germany has made It possible to carry on a CanadianGerman trade with thpastof trade between the two Countries is now certain The great men of the United States are alive to the Wheat situation in this Country now and there Is consequently the deepest Interest in every feature that will tend to increase and conserve the wheat supply With Us present 650 000000 bushel production of wheat and all efforts to increase it almost unavailing and the rapidly growing consumption of its Increasing population there is certainly the greatest reason for the anxiety asto where the wheat is to come from that will feed the nation The United States will be forced as Germany Is to look to the Wheatfields of Canada One province alone raised last years one eighth as much as the entire pro UC tion of the United States and but s twelfth of the wheat area has yet been touched The Americans who have gone to Canada are today reaping the benefit of the demand for Cqpadt an wheat and they will continue to join in the benefits thus reached for a great many years Splendid yields are reported from the farms of that Country and from land that the Government gives away in 160 acfie blocks and from other lands that have been purchased at from 1j to 15 an acre John Munter nea Eye brow Saskatchewan a former reai dent of Minnesota says Last fall got over 60 bushels of wheat to the acre and had 30 acres dt it also 20 acres spring breaking obJwhich I had flax of which I got almost 20 bushels per acre Had 20 acres in oats and got 70 bushels per acre and 500 bushels potatoes on one and three quarter acre and can therefore safely say that I had a fine crop and am well satisfied with thy homestead He is considered but a small farmer but he will be one of the big farmers some of these days There are many others hundreds of others whose yields were beyond this and whose average under crop was vastly greater The story of the experience of American farmers in the Canadian West Is a long one The time to go would appear to be now when splendid selections may be made and where land can be purchased at prices that will be doubled in a couple of years Overhenpecked Former Governor Pennypacker dis cussing at a dinner in Philadelphia the divorce evil said with hid humorous smile Perhaps there would tie less di vorce if human nature were more per feet Some women you know hen peck their husbands There is for example a Bucks county fanner who said the other day that he would ceV tainly apply for a divorce only his wife wouldnt let him Remember nothing depreciates va man more than to show him hes like other men j Remember that life is not a fulfill ment of ones ideals but an eternal compromise with them Health Is Wc1lthIf Healthy people are hearty and happy they do their work cheerily mind tirelessly Of first importance in main taming good health Is the having of absolutely clean cooking vessels and table ware Easy Task soap Isi sterilizer as well as a cleaner It drives dirtShowtlon on the wrapper and he will recom mend its use Prefers the Widower Maye Which would you rather mar ry rfJOfThelearned to give up without a strugglf Cleveland Leader A tool and his money are seido parted by the same method twice The Important Problem confronting anyone in need of a laxa tive is not a question of a single tJ t ilea only but of permanently bee ficial effects which will follow proper efforts to live In a healthful way with the assistance of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna whenever It is re systemdand will therefore always have ihipreference of all Who wish the best of family laxatives j approvalchcanse known to be truly beneficial and because it hail given satisfaction to the millions ot wellinformed families who have used It for many years past a1w8ysabuy the genuine manufactured bpthe California Fig Syrup Co only r f nifiIrUSIS 1ooomoEoeAtaM ChlaeIlIJIOMok Conquered at Lwt Kerne Tablets does tt Write for Proof Advice CHASE 224 Nor 10U II 1lllideiPhL41a i s I nr r t iV J f IJ SAMUEL LANGHORNE CLEMENS MARK TWAINt yrk LIFE OF MARK TWAIN THE GREAT AMERICAN HUMORIST t Early Struggles andAdventures Fol lowed by Years of Successful Literary WorkLater Days Saddene4 Deaths and Financial Reverses Samuel Langhorne Clemens Amerf cas foremost humorist and known the world over as Mark Twain was born in the little town of Hannibal Mo on November 30 1835 His father John Marshall Clemens came from an old Virginia family and with his young wife Elizabeth Lamp ton a descendant of the early settlers of Kentucky he joined the sturdy band of pioneers who pushed over the Alleghanies in the early part of the last century and settled along the banks of the Mississippi river In the uncouth environment of the then little frontier town of Hannibal boyhoodlayslounged along the river banks with his sturdy companions living a healthy outdoor existence which undoubtedly accounted for his long life in the face of his many afflictions He attended the little school but not being of a very studious disposition he learned far more from con tact with the rough companions whom he immortalized in later years as Huckleberry FinnandToni Saw yer and others of their type At the age of twelve his meager school education was brought to a sudden close by the death of his fa ther His older brother Orion S Clemens was the proprietor of a printing shop In the village and Sam Clemens began his journalistic career there as a printers devil In the course of a few years he learned the trade as a compositor and in 1853 he left hisv native town and began a wan dering existence He journeyed from place to place working at his trade in New York and the principal cities of the middle west But while he gained a vast amount of experience during his travels which proved of the greatest value in the preparation of some of his works in later years this period was rather unprofitable from a financial standpoint and he was finally compelled to return to his home along the banks of the great river in rather straightened clr = cumstance The life of a steamboat pilot had al ways appealed to his youthful iraagin Two of the Worlds Natures There are in this world two kinds of naturesthose that have wings and those that have feetthe winged and the walking spirits The walking are the logicians the winged are the Instinctive and poetic Harriet Beech er Stowe Beware theVcolored and joyous ralnment she of the mournful uets hrpQcrisy Lfe t j t tion and now that he had grown to manhood he resolved to realize his ambition He was fortunate enough to become a pupil of Horace Bixby and awkyvarriver d of the muddy stream The idea of his becoming an author had never entered his mind at that time but he absorbed enough of the pilot life to enable him tp describe the Buildingboat a e on the Mississippi River which he wrote many years Jater First Literary Work reSllarliteraryginia City Enterprise He wrote a column daily dealing with the political situation in the state that attracted wide attention These articles he signed with the nom de plume Mark Twain which he had heard sung out on the Mississippi steamers to jet the pilot know that the sounding showed two fathoms of water In March of 1867 Twain published his first book The Jumping Frog of Calaveras County The book made quite a stir in that part of the con n try but only 4000 copies were sold It attracted the attention however of the editor of the Alta California who sent the author out as a newspaper correspondent on a steamboat excursion to southern Europe and the Ori eat His letters were published from time reIvisedMark Twain famous and compelled his recognition as Americas foremost humorist In the first 16 months 85 000 volumes were sold ajnd many more subsequently This was a record sale for those daysIMarries Miss Langdon It was on his trip in the Mediterranean that Mark Twain met Olivia L Langdon of Elmira N Y They fe In love with each other and In 1S70 were married Their married life vas one of perfect harmony and four chil dren blessed their union Mr Clemens resided in Buffalo for Teacher Should Rank High If education Is to do what we hope for our children It is Imperative that the best and most gifted men and women should be attracted into the ranks of teachers and that they should be regarded as filling one of the most highly honored positions in the land Sleeps in English Churchyard Elihu Yale from whom the college in New Haven took Its name sleeps In the graveyard at Wrexham church near Chester England i a year after his marriage and was nominally the editor of the Buffalo Expr ss In 1871 he joined the literary c long at Hartford Conn where he lied for a great many years and whey he dId the greater part of the work that has made his name im morta In 1J172 Roughing It appeared and in th same year The gilded Age writte in collaboration with 6harles Dudle Warner was published Tom Sawy came In 1876 and Huckle berry inn nine years later Of the storIe with an historical setting The Princryand the Pauper A Connec KingArthuof Joab of Arc appeared In 1882 1890 si ad 1894 respectively In 1893 that ci rlous philosopher Puddnhead Wilson made his bow Misfortune Dogs Him wasmeetinfrom literary standpoint the imps ryfootsteIn 1 84 he conceived the Idea of reaping the publishers as wellas the authorr profits from some of his Accordingly he organized a stock company known as C L Web ster Co in which he was the largest stockholder to publish his works He had accumulated consider able wealth and wits rated as a mil lionaire His financial ability however was none or thebest and in 1894 his en tire fortune was swept away by the publishing house Mr Clemens was abroad at the time and although 60 years of age he started deliveringlectures to pay the debts of the defunct firm greattaskhard blw This was the death of his eldest and most accomplished daughter MiSs Olivia S Clemens who died Brakentask an in two years he had paid off his deb s AwayAsher husbands inisfortunes his wifes health began tp fall He moved to Florence Italy in the hope that the mild climate would restore her but it proved of no avail and on November 6 1904 she died in hat far off land Aboutl this time the humorist met H ogers the Standard Oil nate and the men became fast friends Rogers ave his literary friend the aid of his financial experience and Clemens was soon in possession of a comfortable J omeiAnd any other w with which to attack the whitehaired authpr Heretofore his books had escaped harsh criticisms but in N vember 1907 Tom Sawyqr youthsyby the rooklyn public libraries as ComptrollerJoywork A DoubleBarrelled Detective Story was literary junk unfit fora public library and a Massachusetts public library refused to give shelf room to his Eves Diary declaring that the book was shocking Worn out by his lectures after din ner speeches and misfortunes Twain purchased a farm in Redding Conn and erected a 40000 villa which lie called Stormfield With his two daughters Clara and Jean he moved there in 1908 and settled down to a life of ease But a series of fresh misfortunes was in store for him He had vigor ously denounced the rule of the late King Leopold II in the Kongo Free State and just when the reform movement was at its height his ill heaItU compelled him to abandon his work The Childrens Theater which was founded by Mark Twain in New York and which represented one of his lifelong ambitions was forced to close through lack of funds Then the humorist and his daughter Clara became involved in a lawsuit overa farm which he had presented to his former secretary Mrs Ralph Ashcroft on her wedding day and which he later attached on the advice of his daughter The facts regarding this disagreeable affair were aired In the press much to the humiliation of the vefer an humorist In the early part of 1909 his stanch friend and adviser H H Rogers died suddenly at his New York home This great financier and the white haired humorist had been inseparable com panlons for r number of years They had made trips to Bermuda together and when Rogers opened his railroad in Virginia Twain was one of the guests of honor The author was greatly affected by the financiers sud den death In the latter part of 1909 Twain made another trip to Bermuda and on his return his feeble appearance at traded a great deal of attention Then lithe last crushing blow came the day before Christmas when his youngest daughter Jean was found dead In the bath tub at his Redding home The young woman had been a victim ol epileptic ills A Reason Do be quiet Dont you know that theres a visitor in the next room said Frances to her little brother How do you know You havent been InUutksaid Frances I heard mamma saying My dear to papaL =TIt Qits t Gaily Colored Banoon wltllIwhiskers beard and LAYING FOUNDATION FOR PROFITABLE SHEEP FLOCK Greatest of Care Should Be Exercised in the Selection of the Ewe as Well as the Sire Time and Patience Also Necessary BY W R GILBERT CANADIAN EX PERIMENT STATION In laying the foundation 9f the flock the ewes should be selected as uni form in character and quality as pos sibleIThe first few years should be de voted to improving the ewe flock This Is more easily achieved and far less costly than ram breeding Inasmuch as sires suitable for getting highfiguresclass rams In the selection of sires I argue in vor of choosing robust rams In no let the fashion lead the breeder to forget that the ultimate object In breeding sheep Is to produce1 and wool at a minimum of Some rely little on costImuch on form and symmetry f power of a carefully bred sheep to stamp a flock must be insisted on The selection of sires during the first few years is not a difficult matter but in after years it is very troublesomeShould direct blood cross be sought or a slight line putcross I am Inclined to the latter view Breeders should be In no hurry to dispose of rams in service as sometimes lambs of little promise develop into good sheep When mating ewes flushingI e placing them on fresh pasture or folding on rape mustard kale etc Is considered a good parties It usually results in an early and prolific crop of lambs After service breeders recommend that the ewes should be removed to poor pasture In practice it has been found to prevent turning and In the For oiling wagon wheels or taking them oft some kind of lifting arrangement Is resorted to For simplicity of construction and effectiveness the jack herewith described is unique writes I G Bayley In Scientific Amen can The whole including the pegs or pins A is made of oak the best tough white oak being recommended The beam is made from 3x4 inch timber planed down to the dimen sions given An eye or slot is cut out at the wide end 1 116 inches wide by 4V4 inches deep This end is rounded off to a radius of inches Five pegs one inch in diameter by two inches in length are driven into the upper side The holes are one inch deep and should allow the pegs tq have a driving fit The upright is 27 inches high to the center of the fulcrum made from 3x3 Inch stuff The end is rounded off to a radius of 1 inches and a slotted hole is cut in as indicated in the detail view The lever is cut from oneInch board six inches wide by about 33 or 34 inches in length It should be laid out Accurately to the dimensions given in the larger scale view When correctly made and the slot in the upright cut likewise the two holes case of large flocks can be carried out without trouble Extra feeding at about tupping time results in a larger crop of lambs at subsequentambingAs it caries considerably Dorsets going to the ram in June while many of the breeds are not mated until October or November For show purposes ewes are generally mated three weeks ear Her In the treatment of Inlamb ewes in early autumn sound old pasture or second years seeds provide all that ia required and as winter approaches a few rootsrpreferably white turnip or cabbag may be given daily with a little hay A full supply of Toots Is not resom mended Some months prior to lamb I 2 ling alittle trough toqd is sound eco n as the larnbs are healthier and the ewes stronger for the treatment It is of importance that no crush trougThe h n to the south To be perfect the in raisefloord d wood so as to be easily removed and cleaned Feeding Sheep The best feeds are clover hay s mixture of oats wheat bran linseed meal androots The sheep barn must be dry and well ventilated Foul odors and too much heat bring ttn pneumonia All straw stalks etc used for HV ter in the sheep barn should be run through a cutter to Increas the pow er of absorption CONSTRUCTING A WAGON JAC for the pegs A will be in a vent cal line when the lever is pressed downy as shown in the upper general view The pegs should have a loose fit and be furnished with pthemasseUlbledI To operate the jack the lever is raised as shown in dotted lines in the lower general sketch and beam slipped in place under the of the wagon which should rest between one of the small pegs in the upper face Bearing on the lever It positionraising the wagon wheel from t ground and securing it in that pb tion indefinitely without the leastchance of its slipping bacK Seeding Peas Pens should be seeded early for the best results although good crops areitoften secured from seeding as late as the first week in June The crop may cuttingthea pea lifting attachment The croimust be thoroughly cured in small co V ered bunches before it Is Stored l IUflL f 1 BingoWhat does a man have tb to be buried with Masonic honors Jingo Dead t v HIS HANDS CRACKED OPEN III am a man seventy years old My hands were very sore and cracked ypwIthopen and bleed itch burn and ache so that I could not sleep and could do badthatmorning They would bleed and the blood dropped on the floor I called on two doctors but they did me no good I could get nothing to do any good till I got the Cuticura Soapand Cuticura Ointment About ayear ago my daughter got a cake of Cute cura Soap and one box of Cuticura Ointment and in one week from the time I began to use them my hands were all healed up and they have not been a mite sore since I would not be without the Cuticura Remedies They also cured a bad sore on the hand of one of my neighbors children jcuraRemedJesfingham N H Mar 5 and Apr 1109 Treatment for Lump Jaw ILump jaw is due to a fungus which is usually taken into the animals sYs- tem in feed consumed Lump jaw is liable tb affect the glands of the throat or the bones of the head writes Dr David Roberts in American Cultivator It is not advisable to keep an animal thus afflicted lingering in a herd On the other hand it is ad visable to either treat such an animal or kill it as such animals invite die eases Into the herd owing to the fact that they are so reduced in vitality that they hays no resisting power A remarkably large per cent of such cases can be successfully treated if taken in time by opening up the enlargement and washing it out withal strong antiseptic solution like five oft carbolic acid In water and putting tea animals on a tonic In this way the afflicted animal is not only car dlmf the entire herd is protected aftlfist disease J lirThestrain of Uncle Hobarts illness weU but the peculiarities of the physician chosen by Uncle Hobart himself had been to say the least trying Do yourrreally think he will recover Doctor Shaw asked the oldest sister of thejinvalid who had borne with his v aries patiently for years ThanksKshaggy eyebrows but its too soon to tell He may get well and then again he may not I cant encourage you yet either way Youths Corn panion The Spartan Son The Spartan mother sent her hon into battle Come home with the moving pi ture or in it she commanded him v Herewith he rushed to the fray MISCHIEF MAKER A Surprise In Brooklyn An adults food that can save a baby proves itself to be nourishing and easily digested and good for bit and little folks A Brooklyn man says When baby was about eleven months old he began to grow thinand pale This was at first attributed to the heat and the fact that his teeth were coming but In reality the little thing was starving his mothern milk not being sufficient nourishment bitterlyfortry him on GrapeNuts She soaked two teaspoonfuls in a saucer with a little sugar and warm milk This baby ate so ravenously that she fixed a second which he likewise finished Vlt was not many days before he for otaU about being nursed and has Wince lived almost exclusively oil flrape Nuts Today the boy is strong and robust and as cute a mischief babyaxles IWefoods but he will have none of themtevidently preferring td stick to which did him so much good his old friend GrapeNuts wishslmy can never GrapeNuts enough after the brightness it has brought to our household GrapeNuts is not made for a baby food but experience with thousands of babies shows it to be among the best not entirely the best in use Being a scientific preparation of Natures grains it is equally effective as a body and brain builder for grownups Read the little book The Road te Wellvllle in pkgs Theres a Reasoa Ever rend the fceve letter A mew eve appears from lime tetLae Tk 7 are teaalaa tree sari teIUef kU 1lterertz w T1r r r 7 jT vrl Sf I 4 c THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 19 0J IPRINGFJELD DA SUN 8UBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance L SMITH Editor and Publisher SpringfieldKymaus u matter TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION t Oe rear flx- jRtxonths 50 Three MonthR h 25 DEMOCRATIC TICKET i FOR CONGRESS HON PEN JOHNSON Of Nelson County THE DEATH Of MARK TWAIN The passing of Samuel L Clemens Mark Twain from the activitias of this life to the great beyond removes one who has been rightly c a sed as the greatest humorist of his time His fame is world wide and rests on no in sCUre foundation But Mark Twain was something more than a mere hu morist If he made the whole world emiInentlythought is evinced in all that he wrote But it is atfa maninhis private hfeI that this wholesouled American shone to the ratest advantage We admired His genius but we loved the man Wedded to an estimable lady after an er ratic and comparatively unsuccessful career in the west thro jgh his intense love for her and her gentle inspiring and restraining influence he began to develop those finer subtler traits of genius that eventually led to greater suc cess than ever he had hoped for His children were to him objects of thedeepest most absorbing affection and ithas been truly said that he never fully recpVered from the incalculable loss he sustained in the death of his dear ly loved wife and idolized daughter He mourned for them to the day of his death and if Mr Clemens did not die of a broken heart these bereavements ac celer ted the climax The friends of Mark Twain were le- gionhis genial Confiding nature made him an optimist and the world recog nized the great heart that throbbed within his breast His is a name and a Q QDaQQQoQQ 6 Everything New Furnishingsfor rues who are particular about what they wear is shown here first The newest shirts the latest shape collar the last word in neckwear C gloves hosiery etc If you want to know now the real things in haber dashery you must come here We dont wait till a style is stale before securing i- tGrundy j Mclntire bnnnoonnoo oo nature that the world will not so nl forget but his immediate fame will rest as much upon his geniality of soul and his humanitarianism as upon his liter todayIfull justice It may be said of him that he had outlived everything but his lovable per sonality His later efforts seemed to have lost that subtle charm which made his earlier productions irresistible Life had no further allurements fo- rhimsay a writer Being informed of the death of his intimate friends W H Laffan of the N Y Sun and W H Gildereditorjof the Century m ga zine he exclaimed How fortunate theyare no good fortune of that kind ever comes to me In the tomb with his loved ones his ambitions lay buiitd andhe longed to depart to join them in that blest abode Where the wicked cease tro= troubling and the weary are at rest Samuel L Clemens is1deadLong dive Mark Twain c LONE JACK i Farmers are Very busy at the present time preparing and planting corn MrS T Stumph has purchased a new rubbertired buggy watch out girlsi Mr Willie Lawrence visited at Mr George Fenwicks Sundry evening Several from here attended church at Mackville Sunday Mr T G Stumand family and Henry Stumph and family were guests ot J E Anderson Sunday of last week Mr Henry Isham has completed his new house on Tick Creek pike and has moyed into it Mr Wood Yankey has traded his farm for a house and ot in Mackville Mr Carter Hall has curchased a patent swing Mr T G Stumph and wife yisited Mr Carrico of Marion county from Saturday until Monday Mr Sam Rowe was the guest of Mr eveningElyin McAlis ter two calves for 36 iMr Luke Anderson ot Stewarts relatives and friends at this place Saturday While at work Mr Frank Litaey Ed Brady and J E Anderson found a den of young foxes and captured them It seems as if Mr Litsev wanted to start a Zoo from the variety ofpets he has Those on the sick list are R M An derson and H S Litsey Mrs Rusha Cocanpugher visited her daughter Mrs Lillie Rovins at Rileys Station Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ella Rudd has returned hume after visiting her father John Tobin of this place Mr T G Stumph Mnd wife visited Mr J M Anderson and family last weekRoy Logsdon made a flying trip to galley Hill unday The Sun and CourierJournal 150 The Springfield Sun 1109 per year I ++++ + I Notice willzt t Strictly for CASH 4 We Have coupon books of 500 1000 and 2000 lbs andallow 10 per cent off by buying one of them iBuy one of these books and give us a coUpon when iice is delivered and you will save money on your Ct ice bill this summer Nol Charged I i SMINIFfELD WATER AND ELECTRIC LIGHT CO I4 + it+ + II HAPPY HOLLOW Weare having some cool weather at present Mrs John Crow and two children spent baiuiuay and Sunday with her faiiier wr H ocott ol Pulm Muss Mallie Shields spent Sunday with Miss Hazel Parrish Mr John Aimatrong and family spent 6aturuay aim Sunday with their daugh ter Mr ana Mrs Erastus Perkins of near Willis burg Messrs WaiLer Elmer and Douf Han by speii i Saturday night witn their cou rim Mr Jim Hanuy Erjsius Perkins and wife spent lasJL Moiiuay with tier fatner Mr John Armsirong and family Mr John Maiheny and wife spent last Wednesday night with Mr Ed han by and wile Mr John Crow and family sp nt last Wednesday and Thursday with her un cle Mr T Hardesty Air Ed HanDY and wife Walter and Duui ttanoy all dined at the home of brastus Perkins and wife sunday Erastus Shield is getting along nice ly at ihis writing Mr Walter Hanbv was in Springfield last Wednesday on business Air W C Dudgeon spent Sunday night with 1 W Sutherland iviessrs Ed Hanby and wife Walter Hanby and Miss Myrtle Armstrong all attended meeting at Wilhsourg Sunday Mrs T W Sutherland is on the SiCK listat this writing Miss Lepnt Crow spent Wednesday night with Miss Ha2elParrish Mrs Lonme Noel and Mrs Albert Hines spent Sunday afternoon with Mr and MrsT W Sutherland Large Class Confirmed Atthe conclusion of the Forty Hours yesterday morning at St Augustines church a class of about 250 received confirmation from the Rt Rev Denis 0Donaghue the recently enthroned bishop of the Louisville diocese The bishop arrived Wednesday evening and was the guest of the pastor Rev JA Hogarty Owing to the solemnity of the Forty Hours exercises and the necessarily bnef slay of the bishop no public demonstration was planned but at the concluion of the religious ser vices Bishop ODonaghue was accord ed a welcome by the congregation Thej adresses were read by Judge J P Thompson for the congregation at larleby Miss Annie Hilpp for St Augustines academy by Julius Bow man foa the boys school and N A Spalding for the colored people The Bishop responded and expressed his pleasure at the accorded him yesterdarlafternoon Saturday was Poll call day at New Hope There were two sermons and plenty of dinner on the ground for ev ervbody Preaching day there was a large crpwd outto hear Rev Olus Ham iltoniMr and Mrs T Hard in and family of Bloomfield spent Saturday and SUn- day with Mrs Mary Sweeney Mrs Lue Settle went to town Friday to see the doctor She is suffering from stomach trouble Mr and Mrs Ham Pike spent Satur day night and Sunday with Mr Herbeit Edelman Miss Annie Cneser of Polin is th guest of her aunt Mrs Mary Sweeney Mr and Mrs Lum Cheatnam spent Saturday night and Sunday with her father Mr Jim Cull Mrs Cathie Settle spent one day last week with Mrs Joe Goatly HaUl Shehan and Marion Dugan bought of Emmett Settle eight yearling calves price 18 ncr head Miss Lillie Pile and Mrs Emmett Settle were in town one day last week shopping Mrs Tom Sweeney and children spent One day last week with Mrs Fannie Huston at Bloomfield Mr Charlie Butler bought of John Gammon one black mare price un known Mr Ben M Pile spent Monday with his daughter Mrs Minnie Goatly Mr Clayton Woford and wife spent Saturday night with Mr Lafej Carney near MaudIMis Maggie Smith spent Thursday with her sister Mrs Minnie Mayfield Mr Addle Moore and Mrs Stella Pile were in pnngfield Thursday Mr and Mrs Joe Goatiy and children and Mrs Leila Godby with little Chris tian ripent last Sunday with Mrs Jeff Smith Mrs John Colter spent one day last week with her daughter near Booker Mr and Mrs Chester Rodgers spent Saturday with her father Mr W M Charlie Settle bought of Mr Will Sweeney one 2yearold mare for 140 EVery family and especially those who reside in the country should be provided at all times with a bottle of Chamberlains Liniment There is no telling when it may be wanted in case of lan accident or emergency It is most excellent in all cases of rhedma Usa sprains and bruises Sold by Druggists The Bum gild CourierJournal Li IZIiI ALL MEN ARE WELCOME HERE IBut young men get an extra squeeze of the hand They are punctilious know what they want1 wont take one 4iota less lothestit j + A young mans shop is this aiming for and achieving + that subtle style in clothes which eludes the tongue but fascinates the eye + 15 to 25 if We have other lines of suits fr m75o tOI25Qti Special line of Boys and Children Suits V + rv 5 + Newest Spring styles in Shoes Hats shirts Neckwear 4 Collars Socks Belts Suspenders etc We can furnish a manwith the best from head to foot at to please himprIces i l W Ask to see our StockNo trouble to show goods here STRPHCot o W +cT I The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE CO i+ INCORPORATED i SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY i + EtHii iit iii++t++ ++ Dr G T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes Flowers for pots or bedding All kinds at JohnsonlsLgreephouses Phone 513 G C Wharton sold today to Miss Carrie Edelen the old Baptist Par- sOnage property on Main Street I have one room over Isaac Currys Grocery store with three large front windows for rent IApply to S M Campbell Vegatable plants in all standard varieties Will Johnsons greenhouses Phone 513- Richard Riley of Willisburg bought of R D Rilev a young mare Ipr 140 Also sold to Jas I Royalty a sow and ten pigs for 50 There will be no services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday May 1on account fp the dedication of the Baptist Church FOR SALEA fine Jack corning 6 years old 15 hands high Black with Spanish marks For further imfor motion address Fred A Clark Fairfield Ky Parties are hereby notified tjiat my lands are posted and I do not allow squrrel fox or hunting of any kind on my premises Stay off and avoid trou ble IIRlchardRiley lam now prepared to do all kpnd of sewing and ask a share of your batron age Mrs C L Price The Ladies of bt Catherines Alumnae which to arin9unce that th v will give an Ice Cream and Strawberry supper when they can the first rawberres on the marketI For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call On SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop Mound City Paints may c st d trifle more but Mr Leo Haydon- FOR ALEA beautiful tone square piano Hinzen Rosen make in a good condition For further particulars call atthe Sun Office We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good tobacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in Bardstown ORVILbE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky NOTICE The public is hereby notified that the reseryoir and grounds of the Springfield Water and Electric Light Co are posted and that anyone caught fishing or trepassing on the premises without a ticket will be prosecuted to the fullest extent ot the law H B McElroy Supt GOING FISHING Persons desiring to purchase season ticket to fish in the reservoir can do so cheaper this year that ever before Season tickefoh sale at 300 with the privilege of having your wifes name or anyone of your family put on the ticket for 100 extra Single rickets 50 cents Buy a seaso- nticketat Ed M Russells Jewelry store and save mortey Bank Cashier Appinted Postmaster Lebanon Kyit April 22 T C Jack son who yas today appointed post master here is a wellknown young business man in the city He has for almost twenty years past been connect ed with tne Citizens National Bank and for several years past has been one of its assistant cashier Mr Jackson enjoys the rather unique distinction of being the only Republican ever sent to the Legislature from Marnion county ansi was a member of the session that elected formed Gov W 0 Bradley IJnited State Senator fAIR VIEW Mr F M Carney and little daughter Julia Mae are visiting relatives ir Dan yule this woek Mr George Mould bought a fine har ness mare from Will Huston price un knOwn Mrs LD Carney pnd children spent from Friday until Sunday with her father Mr EdSmothers of Polin Mr Heze Cutzmger was in Harrods burg last week on business Mr Farmer Cheatham and family and Mr L R Carney and family spent Fri day with Mrs John Hays it oeing her sixtythird birthday EczemaA Germ Disease Can Now Be Cured IIIThe Medical profession is all agreed that ECZEMA is germ disease but the thing that hs baffled them is to find some remedy that will get to the germs and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing the germs to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the diseases The whole method of treatment and cure by ZEMO is explain ed in an interesting book on the subject issued by the makers ot ZEMO It tells how to cure yourself at home of ECZe- ma Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and alt diseases of the skin and scalp Call at the Leo Haydon Drug Store for book let and learn qiore about this clean simple remedy that is now recognized the standard treatment for all diseases of the skin and scalp 1910 SEASON ISlfc EARLYA handsome black ta1honl16dJ high a high styled fine shaped fellow with plenty of action and as good bone and foot as you would want He is surer to make a great stock horse He wiljj make thexseason of 1910 at mv stablesj- at the Stonewall Stock Farm North of Springfield on the Sprmgf ld and Bloomfield pike at j 10 to Insure Living Colt Month EARLY is by Joel 447 he by Cristo 56 he by Montrose 106 Earlys first dam Babe by Prophet second dam Lady Brooks by Dolans Granger third dam Bettie by Sam Booker Early is the best road horse in the county At same time and place Black GiantlA No1 Mule Jack standard and regis tered Will make the season at l 10 t Insuri a LI vine Colt j Lien retained on all colts to secure service fee Money due when mare iS parted with or bred to other stock All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur r Yo Patronage Stlicltid f A B Hundley 1 Bouncing ConnoughtThis horse will make the season of 1910 at the Fair Grounds Springfield KyI SeasonI 11 Money due at time of service Bnngt your good mares and raise good colts at little cost I am also prepared to train trotting horses References The Hon Ben Johnson of Bardstown and McKenha Bros Fairfield Ky Your patronage respectfully solicited JoHn H Piirdyj To Horsemen- II in the business of handling horses Will break your lTors to ride and drive Prices reasjan able Call and see me at jthe Fair GroundsIIOHOH LUCAS r rSAVE YOUR FOWLS I I ultryion with absolute certainty to cure and prevent Gapes Cholera Roup Llmbcrncck Diarrhoea and all existing forms of poultry diseases A few drops in the drinking water keeps fowls and tree from disease A Soc bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine For the treatment of Blackhead and other diseases In turkeys 10jc Bourbon Poultry Cure HAS NO EQUAL L Mrs W W says I Mr P1 CiayParis Ky uys LaIIyeI I have been ralllnrcl1icJlenl fihYYC2f1 and raised hundreds ol chidenl hat kola pBourbonPotzitryCureistbexnostsatiaiacioryrcnedy y eivinr them Boutbon CUte I Sad I baY ever used for Cholera it a sure cure for Cbeloia and Liabcrck tlaIiuuractUoJyhr XJVArAt All LaIn Druiflsta I0 per IsttI Trial V Fir siii by HAYDOH ft ODETSONriigIsts rtt L J r i 1 iI i t OiiV iH SFRINGFIEIJD SNi WEDNESDAY APRIL 271910 s w i i tJi G t We have some SUNSHINE fOFYOUth t SUNSHINE fINISHES xmWILL BRIGHTEN WORN FURNITURE FLOORS JHA- ND FIXTURES ariPi- ti Little SUNSHINE ltyour IlIorlc ADDS A RICH DURABLE FINISH TO WOOD AND METAL EASY TO APPLY ASK FOR HANDSOME FOLDER SHOWING THE A TUAL COLORS AND GIVING SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVING EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSE LEO HA YDON Springfield Ky MclNTIRE Mr Max Wheatly and sister Miss Maryhose of Louisville were called here this week by the serious illness of brother Walter t Mr Tom Greenwell and wife spent Sunday at St Catherines Mrs FranK Keene has returned home after spending a week with her son rd Thurman of near Bardstown E Mr Kent Graves and Miss Roxie Ce cifof Fenwick were recent guestsot Miss Effie Graves fewdayswithf near Bardstown last week relarrbyes here last week ther4 guest of his grandparents Mr and Mrs 4 Edward Mclntire this week andLMrs T E Ballard a boy x CurefCoughs Colds Sore Throat and Catarrh i Breathe Hyomei It will cure cat arrh or any nose or throat trouble if you follow directions Dont lay it andxspitting have ceased Stick to it daily until you are sure that the catarrh germ is dead and that your air passag es are free from their poisonous influ ence Hyomei pronounced High ome is tHe only treatment for nose throat and lung troubles that has ever been i sold with the understanding that if it did not cure it was to cost absolutely nothing Hyomei can be obtained at druggists everywhere and at Leo Haydons who r guarantees it to cure catarrh croup sore throat coughs and colds A com rrplete outfit 100 which is mighty cheap for a remedy that has cured more cases of catarrh than all the catarrh special its on earth An outfit consists of an inhaler a bot tie of Highomei a supply of antiseptic gauze a medicine dropper and full in structions for use The inhaler is made pocket size of hard rubber and will last ai lifetime And bear in mind that extraibottles ot Hyomei if neededcost only 50 cents z MIONACures It relieves stomach misery sour stoma b belching and cures all stomach dis ease or money back e box of tab r lets 50 cents Druggists in all towns On the llth to Mr and Mrs Kent tiMrfor rs une to ave a lot of killed ireelambS at t j14rKht vVil is the guest of relatives here this week Born on the 9th inst to Mr and Mrs Sam Hall a boy x Miss Ardtlle Walkerand Mr Sam Spalding were united in the bondof matrimony at Holy Trinity churl on the IBih inst Mr T K Ballard lost a valuable cow recently uy tailing over an embank menu and breaking her necK Mrs bid Johnston who has been on the sick list bur some time is cony ilea ctmtMIss Nora Pile who has been staying with her trraiidniotnei at Valley till for some tIme spent Sunday at home Messrs Robert Mcltitire and Dick Keene were In Bardstown last we k on uuauie33 air John Har den of Nelson was here last week delivering fruit trees PLEASANT GROVE Mr J S Yankey was in Louisville Friday Miss MabalPrice has return d to Springfield after a visit to Miss L yinia OConnor Among those who attended church at Wilhsburg Saturday were the f lowing Misses Harvey VanArsdale Sara Reed Eleanor Reed Frances and Sue Edgerton Messrs Jack Reed Chas Litney Pete Shehan Ed itsey and Mr and Mrs Hugh Leachman Miss Nancy Thompson of Springfield visited friends here last weep Mr and Mrs B B Leachman spent Sunday with the family of C L Grun dy at Valley Hill Miss Harvey VanArsdale entertained the young folk at a pound party last Thursday eveningI Mr and Mrs Alf Whiteman isited Mr and Mrs EarlWhitemaI at Mooresville Saturday and Sundry Messrs NP Thompson J F Gregory and Dr and lUrsJ H Hopper are attending presbytery at Perryyi le this weekMesdames B B Leachman M Thompson and S P Thompson spent Thursday with Mrs W P Merri t Mr M G Leachman who hss been sick for several weeks is reporte much improved The frost and freeze seems t have killed most of the fruit in this neighbor hood IM Winfrv Gregory of Illinoi is at the home of Mr J F Gregory A daughter arrived at the home of April13thVirgie the little daughter of Mr W S Simpson while playing had the mis fortune to fall and break her arm a few days ago Mr Dave Ewing has returned to his home in Bo3le county after a visit to his sister Mrs L M Gregory Comet Schedule For May The following is a schedule of the comet during the month of May awayMayMay 8Rises at 246am May 1033000000 miles away Rises at 224 am May 15 Rises at 249 a m May 17Within 12000 miles Rises 332 a m May 18Eclipse of sun by comet 131 to 145 a m eastern time May 19 Comet in evening sky sets a few minutes after sunset May 20Comet sets 810 po m Will look large as the sun Very terrifying in appearance to those who dont know that we passed through the tail and that harepossibility of danger is over May 25Sets 1055 pm May 30Sets 1129 and is gradually fading away Crusade Against Rats Denmark has a rat law The national government Is to spend o 1600- a year and borough councils 3s 3d per 100 persons per year to exterminate the pests Each rat Is said to cost a farthing a day In the material It destroys In 18 weeks the total rats destroyed amounted to 103000 GoodBye Dandruff A lean Scalp fOr Everybody Who Wants One f Parisian Sage will kill ail dandruff germs and banish dandruffin two weeks or nothing to pay It will s itchinijscalp in tw or money It will stimulate thej clogged up hair roots will cause the hair to grow will prevent the hair andIthe danger of beco ing van ish Parisian Sage is a daintily perfumed hair tonic that is not sticky or greasy Parisian Sage is sold by druggists everywhere and by Leo Haydon Springfield on the money Back plan Try a yourIlelfgill with the auburn hair is on every package iSt S1StSI SISI1 1SIiIe s e e Sie s s eei Pumps Tinning d Plumbing For all Kinds of Tinning nd Plumbing 1 call onMcPHERSON HATCIIETT We do your work promptly work Guar teed JAIIIleave orders at Barber Pettus Hardware Store an they will receive prompt attention SSSiiISiStSi t LS SiSISISSS14rSsSsSiSsSiSiOSiSSiS L Iw V STALLARD D D b I SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH i Pain u Danger All Done in this office is first I sariJustSOver McElroy Shadows Grocery J OeOeoeQeoeaeoeoegeOeQeoo o j Personal Hotese i 0 0ai9o0oeooeOeo008080eoe08 S B Thompson mine host of the Walton hotel was in Louisville last week Mrs D R Litsey visited friends in Louisville last week W C Rogers of Lebanon was among the County Cpur day visitors L D Bakeryof Gr en brier visited here the first of the week Dr W T Barnett of Mackville spent Monday in town Wew MCElrOy of Lebanon was here Monday Messrs J Charles Greene and Wa then Simms visited in Louisville last week IT P 0 Bryan proprietor of the Springfield hotel went to Louisville this morning on business Marshall Duncan attended Squire Votows court at FridayM R H Edelen Jr Jof Louisville spent the week end with Mr Charles Green =G E Medley of Owensboro is vis iting here Mr and Mrs Chas D Gates Miss Annie D Grundy and Edmund Miller of Louisville were the week end guests of Mr and Mrs E L Davison Ed G Boblitt of Bardstown was the guest of Richard Boblitt last week Perry Marks of Lotus has been the guest pf friends here T Hugh Stiles of Danville visited here last week Dr W F Trusty was in Lebanon Sunday He was accompanied home by Hislcjthetfin law DrET McKay Mil ler Rev Lawson Messrs H M Grun dy W A Waters and Nat Thompson are attending the Transylvania Presbytery at Perryville Messrs Frank Quinn of Bar fstown and Sam McDowell of Boyle county were here Monday Parker Medley and Ben F Simms have returned to St Marys after a few days stay at home Miss Virginia Lyleof Lebanon spent Monday with Miss Annie McEi roy Miss Margaret Hagan has re urned home from Louisville where she has oeen with her s1l1 at St Anthonys motherjWho Mrs James Haydon and Miss Grace Haydon of Bardstown spent the week lend with Mrs Leo Haydon Miss Serena Blandford returnedto her home in Louisville Monday after a BlandIMis Bertha Haydon left Tuesday for Lebanon where she will attend the SpaldingHagan weddin on Thursday Will Spildipg of ardstown was town Monday jJn J J McCabe retur ed home Satur from Rome City fnd where he has been for his health Miss Annie Cooper of Louisville is the guest of Miss Margaret Hagan this week Will Stiles Miss Nk n cv Rapier and spentIwre among the stock uyers here for Bounty Court Miss Nora Hurst of Bardstown visited in town Friday Lonnie Campbell spent Sunday in Louis lle spentSundayJ G Ray Goodin of Lebanon was in town Sunday John Clements of Lebanon was the guest of his brother E S Clem ents Monday Miss Jennie Leachman spent a few days last weekwith Miss Sue Reed at Pleasant Grove John W Lewis spent Monday in Louisville Miss Annie Cooper of Louisville is the guest ot Miss Margaret Hagan Chris Hertlein willjleave Saturday for Germany visit for about four months H Fl 10 1TRY one ofour Strawbe Sa tl- wiches made with nice f f Strawberries for only 1Ocr Pure Ice Cream Pure fruits Pure fruis Juices Everything to be found aia rustClass- Soda Fount in 1iKatie Hertlein BrotWhere LOWNEYS are for sale n We will receive a new line of Trimmed Hats for Saturday See them and get our Special Low Prices WATHEN SHAKER 4 Miss Anna Blanche Wesson spent a few days in Louisville last week with her mother Mrs Earl Brackney has returned to her home in Columbus 0 after a visit to relatives here Miss Nannie Thompson visited her friends Pleasant Grove last week Little Miss Mildred Price hag returned from a visit to her sister at Bardstown Mrs Hugh NOG and son Hugh Da vis have returned to their home at Co lumbia after a visit to relatives here Dr W V Stallard Messrs Ralph McGill Chris Hertlein and Jim Hayes Taylor spent Sunday at Fairfield Lawrence OBryan spent Sunday and Monday in Louisville Henry Lee spent a few days in Lou week Messrs Fred Clark and Teddy Wells of Bloomfield were in town Saturday Mrs CoL Price spent a few days In Bardstown last week with herdaugh ter Mrs Jessie Rapier x Miss Annie D Grundy and Mr Miller of Louisville were guests of Mr Charlie Grundy Thursday and Friday Mrs T S May s returned home yesterday after a weeks visit to Miss May MaY sWhO is attending Sayre Institute Lexington Messrs Wm C and Sam A Mudd left for Louisville today haying been called there by the critical condition of their brother Dr J B Mudd The newest things in Trimmed Hats chipped and hair shapes just in Special Prices on all this new desirable foods Saturday MRS WILLIAMS Special Prices on Voile Skirts Underskirts and Shirt Waists Saturday MRS WILLIAMS SOCIETY NOTES the Quivive Club me with Mrs R jecttforwere read by all th rclub embers each presenting a different ph + se of the life of the great statesman Mrs McElroy the President of the cluband hostess on this cession read the address that Gov Bradley made atthe Clay Birthday Banqujet of the Yen tucky Society In New Ydrk This yaas so well read Mrs McElnjys interpMtta tion of the spirit and delivery of that address being so fine that it was heel r ly enjoyed by all who hekrd her The Piano Club was graciously Ur tiJrhafternoon The music ot Gharolaade having been selected as the subject study each member intc jrpreted onethe compositions of this len wospam composer A movement is on foo to organize Chapter here for the W mans National League This is an movement si beneficial educationail old that itBids fair to neg Library craze and has many advantages over the latter Not the lea it among theses is that it eventually pats a revenue toe its members instead of continuously ex tortmg one fromthem j Admiral Wilson of Eng land has JK isownIIDay sIJtn Forced To Leave Home Evrey year Jarg ejnu rberofpooit sufferers whose lungs ed with coughs are Other climate But afsOreaJtdrack not always sure T Let Dr Kings New i overy curs you at home It c redd me of lung trouble II writes W JR Nelson of Calamine Ark when alt Jjke faddandJ gained 47 pounds in we Its surel the King of all cough ad lung cures Thousands owe their li es and health to it Its positively guaranteed for Cough Colds LaGrippe Asthma Croupa Throat and Lung troubl e 5Qc and10tTnal bottle free at Ha don Robertson rSummerj rtIIComfort during the hot and sultry days lich man Campbell can furnish you anything you may need for the purpose at price that will appeal to everyone I Porch Lawn Chairs Settees I From OOO Y P I SCREEN DOORS AND WINIOWS fns 100 j I SCREEN CLOTH IN ALL WIDTHS t I Leachman Campbells I I j Furniture Store t t IJ F I t r1 1 j SERIAL STORYb The Master of Craven By Marie VanVorstI Authorof Amanda of the Mill MLsrDcsmond U etc etc ill III H I VWWWWWWWWCjpjrrigkt YNOPSIt Ba lLTempet worlds greatest novelist wihtt41oi His gloomy meditations are brok disobeyedhl whohgetfYRopalsbeen promised a good TempestIana asks her to Repenting of his ruSlenes1 In sending her out In rainthe follows but she takesAotiglzglucy receives a note from Tempest apoltoglzlng1 for his rudeness and otrerl dJ4att tier In writing her way CHAPTER 1Contlnudd WJithout demur and an evident dls taste to prolonging the personal t1ieef she aldsKay J begin to make my notes Mrj Tentt est He smlledcW111 you sit there atminy tabledHe put the chair in place drew be fore her paper and a choice of pens 1flrand sharpened pencils left her Bitfe and went round in front of her wjyare he sat down facing her closing hU eyes and folding his arms across his breast Write he commanded what I dictate please as fast as you cancla a low and measured tone as word Were a pearl and be Tvejgnd it as if every phrase were a Jewel which he held up to see itsoquality Tempest began to compose Not in verse but in an even sonorou- sprtt as rich as it was free from man nerism and ambiguity Tie scribe wrote like lightning and listened spellbound as she wrote Tile power of what she was going to trail scribe shook her as Tempest developed the theme and warmed to his sub ject Once as he paused she raised her eyes to his her own ardent deep fult of emotion in tribute for the gen IuC she had been permitted to see She waS unconscious how much of herself her uplifted face betrayed Tempest as if she had bidden his leyelids to lift opened his eyes stopped speaking A flush came into his face he unfolded his arms and stirred Wait he murmured dont move Her held her eyes fora second then fell back set her free refolded his arms and continued his dictation MisS Carew filled page after page with rapid characters When he had definitely ceased she sighed dropping her pencil If she had yielded to im pulse she would have buried her JbLQad on her arms and so remained under the spell that had magnetized beT Too tactful in the presence of this uncontrolled and personal man to betray anything of herself or her feelings she sat without comment or movement Tempest came up to her and lifted her right hand You are tired ou- tOnnono Hut you sighed Because it was at an end Thats graceful You have written two hours He gathered up the heets and piled them slowly together Wny do you piish your chair back- I must I will be late for Mrs Ramsdills lunch Ira Rams dill Hecaught him 4ileIt You liitinri hrirft todayMrThen he said tentatively You are tlrBd of course Im a brute but you may as well know ita brute absorbed and egotistical You dont think It Mr Tempest not of yourself and leam tired I suppose my 12mile walk is still in my bonesAn extraordinarily gentle look came 0705 his face his lips parted as if to say something which he altered I wont keep you then go and rest with Mrs Ramsdlll to coddle you tomorIrowself I promise you Ag she drew on her gloves he said 41 have not written one line in six months To a man of my temperament no one knows what that means o nerves and had humor andde spjilr I will not bore you with my migraines but I thank you more than you can know Miss Carew At the Carriage he said Ijthope you will lunch well and remember that I let you go only from an unselfish scruple I can say without exaggeration its an epoch In a selfindulgent life She lunched at Mrs Bamsdllls like It queen for Tempest had sent fruit and wine and game Thotable In the v cottage kitchen had a royal air for Je service was from Craven and the Jtne In dutty bottles and the fruit t great nlacl tad green globes of lucl ousness and golden apricots piled la a silver basket as fragile and white as snow The Ramadlll linen blushed coarse red weave and the homely blueandwhite ware that slipped in td fill out what Craven had not supplied- ppeareda to have cracked and cracked with abashment Mrs Ranratlill served with something like awe and regarded Miss Carew with a respect not unmixed with such usplclon as has place in every hostwomanff heart when a man shoWeps undue favors on another of her seX CHAPTER II The day was early over tire meadows and the first dews lying with the whenTempestterrace w ere his horse waited The avenues before him were nests of golden and brown leaves and his mare at first went gingerly into them with pretty careful steps picking her footing and shrinking as they cracked and rustled At the foot of the avenue he skirted the railings of the park pedesIitrlansHe had an idea doubtless a very reasonable one that if Miss Carew as as serious and good as sne seem ed she had every plan to run away or to slip out of Craven by the morning train She could not slip out before Not and he smiled at the idea unless she start again on foot which I have no doubt she would be capable of del ng if she knew me to be so early on he chase At Ramsdills Polly told him the had already started to walk to he train and Tim was to follow her later with her boxes Tempest in whom the Invigorating ay awakened the best of spirits was delighted He wanted to find her fly ing It pleased him to see his psy- hology was not at fault and that he- hould as well have the pleasure of the chase Yes he nodded to Polly who de ure arid admiring stood by the gate- elivering her hews Yes I knew Miss Carew intended to leave but I have a telephone for her an important fssihlyatWhy dfd she start so soon It seemod that Miss Carew had wished to go up Charms hill and in order to make the train she would be- oming down Wood lane in the hour Tempest rode away At the end of Wood lane just a little to the roadside he saw the figure of a ladythe- nly lady In Cravenford of course She Stood Under a Beech Tree She stood under a beechtree Or under all there was left of its fine luxuri ance the leaves raining around her in abundance Tempest took the direction and rode across the fields to her side Miss Carews surprise and wonder was an added pleasure to him He was laughing as he came up and greeted her I have never believed anything was really lost you know He spoke as if to answer her They used to send me to find things for them when I was a little chap the fact of their being lost made me angry directly and I started out Invariably with my teeth set and saying I will find that at once I usually did I was Invaluable for lost scissors and thimbles and spools Henly will tell you and hero you are Possibly not really lost hut If I had been an hour later it would have been close to it This was not Craven There was no master here of a house where she had presumably no right to be They were In the open the fresh delicious fields In the fresh delicacy of the day around them shining In their eyes touching their cheeks How did you nevertheless find me here she asked You must have second sight He exclaimed in an undertone Second sight If I have I have used It better than I ever did the firstit this is Its mission At all events I thisIhave to start for the station Ina few seconds Tempest drew out bis watch We have half an hour I will see that you do not miss your train unwillingly Nothing could have happened to tho girl to so qtartle and surprise her to so disturb her as this unexpected arrival of the man whom she had de betffore all the doors of freedom or as- a guide who knows the impasse dan gereuse and circles It Tempest holding his horses rein he had dismounted and stood by helwas In a new mOdcaT luminoui sh thought site had aoy IAn JWM a transformation of a face It was as full of brilliance as it had been full of mejancholy 1 wrote you a note the girl said pOltIt1jYou did J will get It from her Oh no since you have seen me NIetersyou atII you not takethat is to- da3j The gentleman who stood by his horses head she could regard for soEie reason even with less ease than hitherto she had been able In his rid ingclothes he seemed to have lost his other personality and was noth ing but a welllooking Englishman In the most fashionable and perfect tei uewho had ridden to see her at an unusual hour Over a dewy field You have then definitely given up the sketch of the writing out of your notes jvhlch you ss kindly sent me Yes she said and to his surpriser Ah I cant of course gainsay your good taste there he smiled I accept th tI suppose I must pay the pen altv of my lack of good faith But itsno about that I have ridden over It Is to beg you will delay your going I wrltingrtotifihe looked amused and said Noon ever told me that before Put it then to my lack of educa e laughed jbut please come IOfh it to me at rhe least help met village clock struck In there mbte distance some part of the hour ana Miss Carew startedIThere It Is halfpast seven Mr Tempest I must go You mean you wont come to Crave j today and read your manuscript to me 3he hesitated rtpletlyfhe could not have fallen upon a better question Ho blocked her path ills horses coat reddening in the sunlight that now began to brjghten Why wont you cornel Why should she not In all the wbrld to careor praise or blame she saw only the trim figure of Polly Ramsdill and her hon st curious eyes As if there were Polly alone to know or remark weakly she said Mrs Ramsdill thinks I have Ifift Cravenford Exultant but keeping his triumph under Mr Tempest said INo she doesnt I topped there in passing and told hernot quite an un t1ththat an Important message had ccme for you wbjch might delay you They had started to walk along side by side across the fields His bridle was over his arm us she walked be slie him lovely in the weakness and the grace a womans yielding gives eyeDtrcjad near byTempest contemplated stealing his arm around her and draw ing her to him What would she do anduirobhlsundfir A fierce joy at his victory c uponIdevilmaycarofredom an hourand my God havent I a right to tear from fate what I can He may have been about to spellS to herto touch herwhen she unex petdly turned to him her frank pure eyes There was something so virgin syoung so good In her face trans c tiding her beauty that he was ashamed The miraculous purity of hjr unspoiled country seemed typified- her His spirit changed within him aid his voice was very gentle as ho said TO BE COXTiNUED A Girl and Her Money I The fact that a young woman five r et and one inch In height was able to frustrate and almost knock out sxfoot robber by hitting him orer the head with a jmrso containing her weeks salary Is an interesting Illus tration of the largo Improvement that his taken place In recent years both in the force of womans muscle and In laryj seem a varnlng that some good things may bs carried too far A woman with money has been one of the legitimate pursuits of aspiring but Impecunious youth since tho beginning of time and iwill be sad evidence of the passing ot some of tho customs of good old days should the combination once so clvili4utionhind leg of a mile Sure Death to Flies Fly papers are to be superseded b a fluid exterminator In our expert ence says the London Lancet tbe test exterminating agent Is a weak solution of weak formaldehyde In wa t3r say two teaspoonfuls to the pint and this experience has been con f rmctl by others It would appear that flies are attracted by a weak so theydrinkfct as far only as the Immediate vi clnity of the plate of water but alP tltimately succumb and where they ccur In large numbers hundreds may I e swept up from the floor Bobbed tip- See what our ship news man say bout the late Capt Topnotcher ueried the editor Why he says tho captain hose bcg1tbe But queried thfe wlsa womaa how about the large ones r i AMERICAN NATIONS IN A PEACE RALLY ew Building for the Bureau of Republics Dedicated PALACE GIVEN BY CARNEGIE Formal Opening Is a Brilliant Affair and Is Followed by a Grea Reception In the Evening WashlngtonThe beautiful marble palace erected as a home for the International Bureau of the American Republics was dedicated Tuesday with elaborate ceremony In which the representatives of the nations of the west proprletorsofthe The erection of the building was made possible by Andrew Carnegie who gave 750000 of the million which It and Its site have cost and the Ironmaster was one of the chief guests and speakers at the dedi cation ceremony President Taft delivered a fine address and speeches were niade by Senor de la Barra Mexican ambassador Secre ary of State Knox and John Barrett director of the bureau who was In charge of the ceremonies Prayers were delivered by Cardinal Gibbons and by a clergyman of the Protestant faith O course all the members of the diplomatic corps who were In the city were present and these brilliantly uniformed gentlemen together with scores of ladles In their beautiful spying costumes made the scene most picturesque Brilliant Evening Reception Nearly everybody In Washington wanted to attend the dedication ceremonies but the hall of ambassadors seats only 800 people So Mr Bar rett arranged for a reception In the evening In honor of President and Mrs Taft and Mr and Mrs Carnegie In vitations were sent to members of the diplomatic corps and to official and resident society and the reception proved to be one of the most brilliant affairs of the season The Marine band was there playing a repertoire of PanAmerican LatinAmerican anthems a fountain outside the building was Illuminated with electric designs of the South and Central American countries and elaborate refreshments were served The affair was a great credit to Di rector Barrett and to Francisco J Yanes the able secretary of the bu reau These gentlemen and their fel low workers in the bureau have given a vast amount of time and labor to the task of perparlng for the event of Tuesday and it was indeed their red letter day and a fitting culmination of the two years work on the new build ing Meant for Palace of Peace The opening of the new homo pf the International Bureau of the American Republics not only adds a Impor tant and surpassingly beautiful struc Director John Barrett ture to the public buildings at Uncle Sams seat of government but gives added dignity and prominence to an institution of significance throughout the world and especially In tho new world The new building is potable primarily as the homo of that rapid ly developing institution the Pan American bureau but of yet deeper meaning in Its avowed function as a center of arbitration on this conti nent It was because of the hope that this new PanAmerican palace would servo as such an agency of peace for the various independent natlons of North Central and South America that An drew Carnegie was Induced td make the donation of the sum of 750000 which has been expended In the erec tion of this monumental structure Indeed the famous philanthropist has designed the new bulfding as a peace palace and a feature of Its Interior specially provided with a view to this phase of the matter Isa great audi torium or hall of American ambassa dors designed as a meeting place for all sorts of international conferences having as their purpose harmony and cooperation on the part of the repub lics of the western hemisphere Growth of the Bureau As most people are aware the In stitution known as the International Bureau of the American Republics or the PanAmerican bureau as It Is usu ally called is a sort of common head quarters and clearing house for In formation maintained Jointly by all the American nations from the great lakes to Cape Horn It was the out growth of the first PanAmerican con ference which was held In Washington in 1889 and It Is maintained bra common fund to whichallof the independent nations of the three Americas Andrew Carnegie chip In In proportion to their POpu latIon Inasmuch as the United States by this plan pays more than half ol the expenses pf the bureau Its head quarters have from theouts t been lo cated In Washington ISome years ago ten the rented of the bur au Washington Bureaus New Home most became manifestly Inadequate for Its expanded activities a project was set afoot to erect a permanent home for It It was to cost 125000 and the different republics were to contribute In proportion to population as they do for the annual Expenses of the Institution Several Of he South Amer ican countries proceeded on this basis 5000qonUnited States declared for a more pretentious building and appropriated 200000 Instead of merely Its share of the 125000 Soon after Andrew Car negie came forward and offered to do nate the whole sun needed for a build ing and a much finer building than had previously been thought of He had previously donated millions of dol lars for the famous peace palace at The Hague and it was his Idea to have the new edlficje in Washington oc cupy the same relations to the cause of international peace on this continent that The Hague palace the cause of International arbitrationI throughout the world Beauties of the garble Building With threequarters of a million dollars provided by Mr Carnegie for a building tho PanAmerican bureau was enabled to devote 250000 OU hand to the purchso of a site and a most admirable tract of several acres was secured in an Ideal location south overlookingtheingly beautiful marble palace has been submittedtered by architects In aJ parts of tho continentThere Intheprovision of a patio or inner court such as constitutes the most distinc LatinAmeican haibeengestive of a palatial residence than a public office structure The patio or picturesque courtyard Isj protected from the sun cooledbybeautiful marble fountain On alt hands are tropical plants while the quaint pavement white stucco walls and low doors suggest the Spanish at mosphere Much space in the rooms which open from this patio is given over to the Columbus Memorial iijbrary r i HIIDEA 1 jweekHenpeck Oh well he never cduM listAnd prosperity Where She Scored Sheldon Kerrulsh tells this story pn his esteemed father One day a long time ago a number of children in our neighborhood ere talking about the bad habits of their parents if4My father smokes Iii olgars a 6 ay said a little girl boastfnHy like 4My father swears something aw ful when supper is late said anot ier My papa came home tight the other night remarked a third It was my little sisters turn next You just ought to see my i apar read Cicero she said and all the other little girls retired in confuE1on gladly admitting that sister had roa f the prize Cleveland Leader t fi a 111Mrsthe floors does up the lace curt Ins and even washes the bedding Pe jple wonder why she stays at Mrs Sm ths l and does so much more work than o her girls can be Induced to do until hey learn that Mrs Smith buys Easy Task J laundry soap which does onehalf the j work and makes the other half ea sier The Irish of Shakespearet An Englishman and an Irishman were having argument on the suh Ject of Shakespeare I defy u said the former to find a single Irish character in the whole of his works Well I can give you two at all events replied the Irishman Hiss OPhella and Corry OLanus forgot Hamlets intimate friend vhGJIIstood beside him while he was con templating his uncle in devotion land observed Now would I dp It Pat while he is praying Springfield Re p publican I It is a good thing to have good friends but not to be dominated toojY much or too long by their example Rev William Dickie i erRedr Staking Eyelids ystx Styts Falling Eyelashes and All Eyes thatINeed Care Try Murine Eye lnAseptic TubesTrial Slze25c Ask Your IJrusgist or Write Murine Eye Remedy Co Chlcag tnglto1 l D ODDS f KIDNEY J PILLS A 5 7zGur1- IJPLUMPINEY Thin People Gain Five to Twenty Fountain Five to Fifteen Days i At a cost ot 1100 or lees Samples ietIFREE Wji4 d Ul II twa9tkln llkeyou until used PLUMP j 1nJirebabySend yonr name and fuUadttrettund letaFUEE sample Address I PROF J W CARVER CO S2O E Sixth Street Clncl inatl Ohle W U DOUCLAS 30OS35O4OOJLS5OO t MadeSHOES W L Douglas shoes are worn- bymorcJnentl1nu any otliprinakc BECAUSE w La Douglas 8300 and shoes are the lowest price quality considered In tho world WIDouIas 840O and BSoa nhoes equal in style fit anti wear other inftkea- coatlngGOOtoO8OO Boys 3n6c3 V 200125O Fast Col rEgettlts MtIfIfhtJ The genuine have w L Donglas name ast slce on tho bottom Tnke tMthntitute y v AskiourdsIer roruVLDon1MShOe U they are not tor sate In your Cnwr Mailorder Ctao full order br mail Shoes ordemi direct from frL teUTerrt to WMrM aUcharitlPre1l1 t8llo t T9 WA k I LrL ISb1te News Items n i TWo SUSPECTS ARRESTED Charged With Robbing Post Office at Coalmont London Ky tfranqls Gilreath of Villiamsburg Ky and Charley Wale ker of Coalmont Ky were arrested in Jeillcb and brought here by Dep uty tJnited States Marshal Lester Pearce and Post Office Inspector W B Platt on a warrant charging them with breaking into the post office at Coalmont They were ta en before United States Commissioner George C Moore who committed them to the Laurel county Jail in default of 1000 bond required of each of them for their appearance before him for ex mining trial April 28 Gilreath who is only about 20 years old was tried by the commissioner here about a month ago on a charge of breaking into the post office at Williamsburg and held over under bond which he executed The Coalmont robbery was committed on the same night on which burglarized KILLED BY SONIN LAW President of Berea National Bank tSl1ot Down in His Store Berea KyMr S E Welch 53 one of the Vealthiest merchants of Central Kentucky was shot five times in the back and Instantly killed in his general store here and his soninlaw Grover C Fish surrendered several hours later and confessed to the shoot ing but refused to discuss it He is under guard at the home of Deputy Sheriff Johnson and will be taken to the Richmond jail Mr Fish who is about 25 years old married a daughter of Mr Welch and they separated a few weeks ago Fish has blamed Mr- Welch for the separation and there has been illfeeling between them for some time Mr Welch came to Kentucky from Virginia about 25 years ago and be ame wealthy He was president of the Berea National bank a member ot Bruns Brothers Whole sale Grocery Co of Cincinnati and a prominent Republican Cynthiana Ky Luther Reeves who lives near Ruddell Mills died after being struck on the bead with a rock by his son Tom Reeves The difficulty between father and son arose over the settlement ot a tobacco crop The father threw a stone at his son- and the boy then threw one striking him in the head The young man is frantic over the deed and Is being watched by neighbors and relatives to kep him from taking his own life Reeves is survived by a widow and five children Winchester KYMrs Carrie Shry ock ode of the citys oldest and most noted inhabitants died at the age of 80 from a stroke of paralysis She was the daughter of Gen Samuel Wil Hams of Montgomery and a sister of the late United States Senator and Confederate General John Stuart Wil hams and of Gen Dick Williams of the union army Her husband was the late Maj Lee Shryock president of the board of trade of St Louis and whjpse firm Shryock Rowland gave Goy David R rancisof Missouri his business training Louisville KyElmer R Oliver former soliciting freight agent for the Southern railroad has been appointed chief clerk to R L McKellar assist ant freight traffic manager to succeed JamesB Ford Mr Ford left Louis yule to take up his new duties of chief clerh to T C Powell vice president of a trio of railroads with headquarters in Cincinnati Covington KyVance Mullins and Eli Mullins indicted In the federal court of West Virginia for alleged vio lation of the internal revenue laws who were arrested In the Kentucky mountains by Deputy Marshal J H t Addington of the Eastern District v were ordered taken to Big Stone Gap Ya for trial by Judge Cochran Louisville Ky Charging misapplication and misappropriation of the assets and property of the Citizens National Life insurance Co Maurice R Cotton a subscriber to the capital stock filed suit against the company asking that a receiver be appointed to take charge of its property Lexington Ky Manager John Mc Keeof the Navarre Athletic club madethe announcement that Philadel phia1 Jack OBrien and Mike Schreck are matched for a tenround glove con test for points before tho Navarre club here during the races the first week in May Frankfort Ky Seventyone1 men of Breathitt county have banded them selves together to preserve the peace in this former feud center of the state There will be no more special troops needed on election day The peace preservers are all expert shots Frankfort Ky Indictments were found in the Franklin circuit court against Paul Blackaby Clarence Moore Rudolph Moore W M Pierce and James Pence who are charged with purchasing pooled tobacco Black aby is indicted on five counts Frankfort Ky Becoming suddenly insane Louis Green and Auk Mitchell prisoners In the county jail attempted selfdestruction Mitchell set fire hIncell and Green tried to eat the dishes upon which his food was handed him t GOVERNORS CONFERENCE Ohio and Illinois Want the Executives FrankfortKYTwo more states in addition to Iowa Massachusetts and Kentucky are trying to get the con ference of governors which will be held somewhere next December The new entries in the race are Ohio and Illinois each of which has sent out Invitations to the governors to meet in their state capitols Gov Willson explained in talking about the invita tions received from Ohio arid Illinois that no vote of the governors is now being taken and that he merely sent out an invitation in accordance with the resolution of the legislature ask ing the governors to meet in Frankfort He said that he would name a committee later to hold an election and determine the will of the naJority of the governors and the committee on location of which Gov Wilson is chairman will canvass these returns and select a meeting place PADUCAH PRESBYTERY Closes Session With Installation of Dr H W Burwell as Pastor Paducah KyPThe Paducafr presby tery which ended its session install ed Dr H W Burwell as pastor of the First Presbyterian church in the pres ence of a large audience Th delegates in attendance were C1 H Skin ner of Morganfield James Campbell sr of Paducah C W Woodrldge Qti Henderson H KVoodof Marion UenIIdfield L Humphreys of Hendersdnv Others in attendance were the Rev George F Mason of Marion and Bur rell Boggs of Louisville one of the corresponding members of the presby jtery He is a mountain missionary Pioneer Passes Away Carlisle KyThe funeral of Daniel J Hutchins the pioneer business man who died at his home in this city after a lingering illness of the infirmities incident to old age took place from the Carlisle Christian church and was attended by a large concourse of the people of this and Adjoining cities Mr Hutchins was 81 years of age and was during his long life one of the most prominent and highly respected citizen of this city Mr Hutchins is survived by his wife and eight chil dren Mrs Sudle Marr and Mrs T C Colliver of this city Mrs Elwood Stagg of Mercer county Mrs Harvey Miller Harrodsburg Kader Hutch Ings of Harrodsburg E R Hutch ings of Texas Dr Henry Hutchings of Augusta and Dr T E Hutchings of thiS city Old Resident Dies Owenton KyJ W Sparks of near Monterey died at his home and vas burled at the old family bur ing ground at Monterey Mr Sparks sr ent most of the 77 years of his life rear Ionterey He has had several strokes of paralysis and since the last which occurred about one month ago hag been unable to take any nourishment and has been gradually sinking since that time He is survived by his wife Mrs Lucy Craig Sparks and four Chil1 dren Mrs Howard Fenton Tenn BI Sparks Middlesboro Ky AC Sparks SeamontO and Mrs M D Ransdell Independence Kan Dies in California Sharosburg KyRelatives here re ceived news of the death of Mrs Lula Thompson Oder which occurred at Rosedale Cal after a few months ill ness of dropsy Mrs Odor was 48 years of age and was the daughter of Mr and Mrs T H Thompson of this place She was bornV and reared hero and recently went to California for her health She Is survived by her hus band VA Oder and one child a daughter Elizabeth 16 years old Louisville KYThe will of Morris Belknap the former millionaire Re aivicamong w A 500 bequest is made to the Warren Memorial Presbyterian church where he was a deacon The fidelity Trust Co has qualified as executor oj tie estate Owensboro KyThe tenth annual meeting of the Grand Council of tile Royal Arcanum of Kentucky here proved an interesting event The Owensboro council one Of the largest in the state of which Mr Hugh B Watkins is regent entertained the vis lUng delegates in a lavish manner Lexington was chosen as the next meeting place Louisville KyPool pledges aggregating 75000 rounds were made at a meeting of the directors of the Kentucky Wool Growers association here It is likely 50POO pounds more will be pledged at a meeting to be held at Lexington It is probable that 30 cents will be asked for the first pool as against prevailing prices of from 25 cents to 30 cents Newpbrt KyNews of the arrest ot John DeMoss on the charge of murdering Louis Fillharilt in Melbourne Ky on May 16 1909 was received by Sheriff Joseph Dietz who left with Deputy Chris Milius for Wichita to bring him back Frankfort KyGov Willson pardoned the Ellison family Robert Olle Emmett and Bluff all of Hen derson county who are serving a six months sentence in jail for assaulting Wick Mitchell They have served three months and paid a 50 fine SECRETARY J W NEWMAN KENTUCKY STATE FIR Eightf Annual Pair to Be4pon a More Lavish Scale Than Ever This Year Secretary J W Newmatt of tht Kentucky State Fair is beginning to arnualville nxt fall Secretary Newman Is not yjet ready to say anything about this years fair except to state fthat the plaiia under way insure a larger J W NEWMAN Secretary Kentucky State Fait and bigger fair fall than ever before thiS There will be new and additional attractions that will draw more exhibitors and result in a larger attend ance than in previous years ecre tary Newman is an indefatigable worker and the success of this an nual exposition is due largely to his efforts and untiring energy The an rp1anentLouisville KENTUCKYSJREPRESENTA TIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE ELEVENTH DISTRICT Don Calvin Edwards Republican ot London was born In Appanoose County Iowa July 13 1861 educated in common schools of Iowa and Kansas and at the University of Holton Kan located in Laurel County Ken tucky in 1892 is engaged in n anus facturing and the wholesale lumber busln swas clerk and master com missioner of the Laurel circuit court from 1898 to 1904 married Miss Lida Hodges in 1904 was chairman of the DON C EDWARDS Congressman from Eleventh Dtetrlrt of Kentucky Kentucky State npublfcanconven tion in 1908 and during tile Presi dential campaign of that year was a member of the state campaign com- mIttee and director of the speakers bureau was elected to the Fifty ninth and Sixtieth Congresses and reelected to the Sixty f1rst Congress receiving 36073 votes tr 14729 for A G Patterson Democrat 518 for Tobias Huffakdr ProhibiUpriist and 335 for E B Slitton Soc aUHt A debate ou a proposition to repeal tho law providing for a federal tax on corporatioiis in which representa tires of Cincinnati university took the affirmative was won by representa then of the University ot Tennessee who came to Cincinnati for the argu meat Louis Mann and Charles Saw yer were the local talkers and Frank F Bryant of Bradford Tehn and Robert A Davis of Palmyra that state were the visitors The Rev Charles Frederic Goss i and Judges James Swing and Jacob Schroder were the judges President Dabney acting as moderator tf =Maude Rollins equestrienne of a circus was severely hurt during a performance atthe completion of her airship horse act in Chicago Miss Rollins had just accompanied Omar the Arabian stallion on its perilous trip and wasrldins around tfce 4rack responding to the applause when Ihe borne rightened b o clown geese sprang to one side and threw her against a guy wire Her shoulder wns severely cut and she wa dragged from tho saddle Omar shows no Bigfis of nervousness yet he was star Ued by a clown goose f DOWNWARD COURSE Kidney Troubles Grow Worse Every Year Charles S Bailey 808 Locust St Yankton S Dak says I suffered agony from kid n e complaint ifand was jalmost The dis- easeWd grew worse each yetir al though ft Doc i tored and used f many remedies iiisl eicru i ln in gjqand ther too freely DoansKidney Pills gradually helped me and soon I was cured Some years ago I recommended thom and have had no trouble since- Remember the name Doans For sale by all dealers 50 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N YtThe Response Mechanical It Is the custom in convents for the nuns to respond to a knock at the door With the words In the name of God the phrase being equivalent in con ventional parlance to our worldly enter or come in In a convent in one of the western cities not long since the mother supe rior had a nevertobeforgotten expe rience as a result of this custom Some one in the outer world called the con vent telephone number by mistake The mother superior roused from herEmeditations picked up the receiver and responded mechanically In the name of Gods Madam called an Irate masculine voice at the other end of the wire there Is no occasion for you to swear at me even if I have made a mistake in the number Profane language is prohibited over the telephone countrybecausereason why it should be more uptpdate and attractive for those who are fortunate enough to live in the country really spendmore time in the r homes an do who live in cities andfarmourhometractive homely and cheerful uptoddte and modern You wouldnt think of burning tallow candies yet why use wall paper peoplebeautyof soft velvety alabnstinccl walls a free offer of beautiful wall stencils of classic design is made to every paperIt secure without any expense color suggestions for home telling you the most suitable colors to use the best arrangementcurtains and over curtains in ser ces ofadecorative architect are at your disposal youInmany and most excellent designers of interior decoration but it takes money and time to carry out their ideas This same service is at the disposal of every reader if he asks for it and better than all it tells you how you can either do the work yourself or direct some one else It gives you exact shades and colors and the stencils to do the work without charge Care of HQrses Feet If the horse already has defective feet keep them carefully trimmed and shod it necessary The soft hoot should be shod and reshod every six or eight weeks In winter whore the ground is frozen and at all times of the year where the roads are rocked or graveled By keeping the horse with poor feet properly shod it will do good service without loss of time But it is best to breed for goo l feet An Eternal Reason You seem to be awfully bitter against old Busby Whats the cause Oh a money reason I didnt know you had any bust ness dealings with him- I dont I hate him because he has more money than I have Cleveluad Plain Dealer Reslnol Ointment Is an Excellent t Remedy fpr All Scalp Troubles I suffered with eruption on my scalp for 15 years when Resinol Salve was recommended to me by one of the best known men in Baltimore Since using I am so much better that tbe Tieve the trouble is practically cured Rev H C Jones Extension La His Way of Doing It I met young Faker oh the street some time ago and he told tue hie was making money very fast He made it top fast How was that Vent to the penitentiary for coun terfeiting Important Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a sate and sure remedy for infants and children and see that it Bears the dSignature of uzytIn Use For Over JO Years The Kind You Have Always Boughtr Retribution may come voice Surely help and pity tire rarer things more needful for the righteous to bestowGeorge Eliot WIIRX YOUR JOINTS AUK STIFF and muscles sum from cold rheumatism or iiournl rla when un slip xtraln or bralso yourself niu Itrrv Duel rUnkiHerv The homo remedy year ISactions give him away SyrupFopbiIdnn n tSaiiiUiailoaallays pain cures wind colic 2jca botUn And much Is done in the name of charity also many Dr Detclionn Relief for RhrnmatlBrelieves In six hours AVjiy suffer 76c No Cordelia rain checks never heck the rain Good Law That 9nould Be Enforced Antispitting ordinances laws and regulations in more than fiveeighths of the cities and towns of the country are not enforced as they should be lleges the National Association for the Study of Tuberculosis in a recent report While most of the larger cities of the United States have such lawS- on their books in the great majority rlookedthe enforcement of theant spitting ordinances in 80 of the largest cities in the country DurIngthe year 1909 In these 80 cities3421arres werelmade for violation of the law ing spitting in public places Over 2900 convictions were secured and 410087 was collected In fine I It Seemed So The little son of the family happened to be idling his time in the kitchen when the colored porter came up out of the cellar where he had been shoveling coal Into the heater grasped the white towel hanging on he door and passed into the hall For an instant the youth gazed awestruck at the coaldust impressions left on the towel then yelled after the retreating negro Oh Sam your colors coming oft t Judge 100 Reward 100 learnthatIsCatarrhOitarrhbelntional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous thetoundstlonor D88LtInofterOnocure Send for list of testimonials OSoldTake HalTi Family Pills for constioatioB From the first to last and in the face of smarting disillusion we con tinue to expect good fortune better health and better conduct and that so confidently that we judge it need less to deserve themR L Steven son The Flippancy of John Mrs Mott What is a sympathetic strike John Mott A sympathetic strike my dear Is being touched for a quarter by a beggar with a hardluck story Moonlight During the Arctic Night The moon continues to shine at the north pole during the six months absence of the sun WHEN YOURE AS HOARSIS as acrow Wben oldfashionedjm Sola by all druggists We mid f bottles The smaller the man the bigger the horn he tries to blow AFTER SUFFERING FORYEARS Cured by Lydia E Pink hamsVegetable Compound- Park Eaplds MinnI was sick for years while passing through the Change I 1 of Life and was hardly able After to tak be jji ing six bottles of t LydIaE Pinihams fPI vegetable Corn I gained 20 Cpounds am now able to do own work and fee- lwellMrs ED RapidsBrookyille OhlouI was irregular and nervous A neighbor recommended Lydia E havebeccmeXnrNiaoi3rookvllieLydin E Pinkhams Vegetable Com andherbsrecordforandthousands laboratoryat otfemaletumorsirregiilaritiesperiodlcpainsbackache nervous prostration Every suffering woman owes it to her Vegetable writeMrsIt is free and always helpful HaysH8irHealth ItNaturalaDyeESendPhilo Hay Spec Co Newark N U S A O PI U M remedies deitieS HaMtTreatedFree hue Give particulars failed DrBOCO sit OW23d8tJrr WN U CINCINNATI NO 171910 2c HoodsSarsaparilla Will purify your blood cleat your complexion restore your appetite eve your tiredfeel- ngi build you up Be sure to take it this springt JJatet Cheerful homes Many things combine to make hone cheerful but no one thing plays so important a part ndecoraticleanly and wholesoneis AbbSaity Wifl5CDsfixt We have ideas on color harmonies classic stencils and much that will terest the dlscrimirmtinsr house owner arefreedirect Alabasiine Co Grand Rapids Mich Your Liver is Clogged up r- ThatVJaT Yoare rfrdOtSortllHave No Appetik CARTERSUTTLEUVERPlUS will put you right aafcwdayatheir CureCetut m tiuflilIs f IaigeMies ae4Si L PILL Dp flULL MUCS GENUINE nut batt ignature WESTERN CANADA Senator DolUvw of low syg J3e e4mtaCanadwUISenator Dollircr TtslttoWtrceadaanclllllll There is a plet wll eonyI1i Our are wlUltaOoftlUMB =1 Ifi the sdiiiieY NrvtrMlon of law all they tenS are Mtto yam comixIowaIy tothe 7OOOO mertI cadatheirretu7na1e1Sottbe country upwards 0f l7OOOOOOOOOIlar cattle ratelnc and drjt HomeHeBdahail in the very beet Wsr1eH 160 acre preemptloB at 3So certalaSchools reevery IletUemenr climate uaexeeIieJ terIIJand settlers rallwa7rate and desert1 tire panrthlt LsstBest West othertlon write to Bnpt of Imatknu SK tioa Ottawa or to leaseisa- a G atat jNIWILUAMSa Law li4la TtIiHowr- oee ddre8 I OEGINTHE SUMMER ARIGHT y1xreIahr0 xai porchWIUire3tfaI 4fAoHflDWE OWIR3 ROCKERS rtEtSatT1itt3In 64 nct 3tyJcs taM t clowtbaJfal3theOriy1ssnanurecwaoCA UNUMTTCD CUAKAKTEC I nEt fDRTHEASWNG 1R3rgATmiscGdas tDacnIJxpz4a 1a I Biliousness IIIhave used yoor valNe Cketa- nd I find them perfect Cooldnt JQ without then I have used them for some time for indigestion tuidbiUouMcsa and am now completely cured Recom triedjOt1willfamily Edward A Marx Albany NY TaateGooaDolOc2Sc sac Never sold ia balk The re nlno tablet stamped C C C Goaraaeed to cure or your mooayback a froBB a Bone Rpavta Curb Shle OJ be topped with ILAIWENESs pamphlet wltBMcb bot or resieve thecan bo worked CXOabol 9 E free JR formankind ffana Vctia Drulses Vail lnYourontTb1W theCorn p horsebaeSPOHNS DISTEMPER CURE IJbotlsmaller size Dont put it off Get it Druggists or send toraanufaetcrera Spofaa Medical Ce Ckeadsts uti Backri iirt Geskea 1z eIVst PUTNAM FADELESS DYESColor more goods brighter and faster colors than any other dye Ose lOc packae cetors all Cirs Thai ire In cold biter eHer this any cthtr tYou SMdio any garment wltht rIpping apart WrUeJirJre fr9okletHtfiB IINCh 1M Mil CtItrL JUONHOE DXV9 90 Qai JMTJT jj wr I- w r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1910 4 1oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oc- n NOBLE DENMARK I SiredbypkmshipsWie horse Thornton Star Ky Belle won fitst money at State Fairfor best brood mar and also first money for best mare and showfillyNoble Denmark is a horse of all around action lots of substance good feet and legs and an up todate show horse both in harness and under saddle He is a colt of wonderful gameness and style and pos sesses all the air and dash characteristic of the Highland Denmarks His 1 individuality and beautiful form coupled wjth his popular blood lines will be sure to produce horses of the hignest class He will make the sea son of 1910 at r 20 to Insure a Living Colt t CHESTNUT DARE Chestnut Dare is well known to the people of this and adjoining stillholds t 8drcolts have sold at high prices He will make the season at O 0 1 15 to Insure a Living ColtI 8 1 HACKNEY BOY I Hackney Boy sorre 16 hands high sired by County Member first dam by Von Mtiltke A horse of lots of bone and sure to produce good Business horses He will standat I H 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT- J will also stand my Two JACKS at 10 to Insure Living Colt Mares traded off parted with b bred to another horse or jack sea son money is positively due Mares pastured at 200 per month Your patronage solicited H B LEA CHMAN ooooooorocooooooooo t OBITUARY t fH About 4 oclock p m April 20 1910 t JuIeMiv George Russell who lives on- t FoUls Run in western Mercer near iStewart Ky with four others were felling for saw losrsan pak tree on whatsis known os the Bradley farm he was struck on the head and instantly killed by a falling limb The tree they Were felling was standing some twelve feet from anofher The limb which was some twenty feet long had been brokenoff but sjtill adhered to the top f both treeanwhen released by the falling tree fell wumna few feet the stump where the tnen were ofI ptanding fracturing the SKUll and ing Mr Russells neck Then Deering dind Schuy ler Roney were alo knocked down The funeral serviceswere con lucted next dayby Bro John Key at Antioch Methodist church where a large congregation of sympathizing friends and neighbors had gathered and wb re the body was laid to rest Mr Russell married Miss Lulu Hud aon daughter of Mr Charlie Hudson Co which union eight children were born eighteenJebadbeen church for fourtaen years He was 39 years old Deceased was an honest hard work ing farmer and logman His wife and family of eight are left to mourn the laSso a devoted husband and father while a hpst of relatives and friends re gret the loss of an estimable citizen and sincere friend To the bereaved ones the heartfelt sympathy of the commu nity is extended and wu pray that the Lord will comfort and bless them in their dire extremity M D L C GASBURG Miss Mary Catharine Mudd of St Mary was the guest of relatives here recentlyMr Mrs Bert Smith visited friends at Loretto Sunday Mrs John Roby of Ekron was re c ntly the guest of her sister Mrs Joe Taylor Miss Teresa Stanfield left Sunday to be the guest of friends and relatIves near Lebanon J E Thompson bought ofR Murphy unknawnMrshome Saturday after spending several days with relatives here Mr Bert Smith was in Springfield the first of the week business Mrs Sallie Mattingly of Washington county visited friends here recently irxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxscxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxi I RED BIRD 1956Everybody knows this grand old horse by a son and out of a Daughter of another son of Cabells Lexington No better breed ing the register and no better breeder in Kentucky than this old horse When its too late you will be sorry you didnt breed v to him He willserve only 20 mares v 3O to Insure a Living Colt RED BIRD Jr7ii A very 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 Bir 1q56 and is out of a great trotting bred mare by Lyles Wilkes son of George tWilkes the greatest trotting pro Enat r the world lever saw i 15 to Insure a Living Colt JackofDiarnOndS J A Grand Young Jack at 1 0 His book is full but come and see him you may Want to breed t to him another year He is by Kinks Giant and his first dam is by 1 apon of Brignolia and his second dam isby old NaP en Zl The above horses and jack will make the season of 1910 at I IH Thurmans farm onequarter mile Northeast of Springfield Ky 4 Mires grazed at 3 and fed at 15 per month NO STOCK SHOWN ON SUND- AYTHURMAN 9 PETERS + + + 34izIttHzIt GREENE B rbe p 1 I have p rhaed of Mr Raymond Nally his Barber s Shop next to me Valton hotel and will conduct the business at the alOe stand I am always ready to serye tit my customers a d ask that you give me a shre of yourc I patronage 1 amagent tor the Home Laundry of Louisviilej and have a i Dry Cleaning and Pressing establishment in connection with my barbershop When wanting Laundry done or your clothes need pf prur g and Pressing call on me All work guaranteed W + H + + i fY L PERRYVILLE Marcus Claunch sold a horse to H L Broyles for 132 Zelbert Hatchett bought a cow of J M Matherly for 40 Mr GC Martm ot Princeton Ind is visiting friends here Mrs Sallie Bottom has retuaned from a visit to Mrs Lizzie Cecil at Danville Mrs Mary Ellen Dorsey of Eest Texas is the guest of Mrs W B Arn Iold werethegUe81of to Steven Watts for 1150 Mr Yanda rip has bought a lot of W C Kern and will erect a very modern house Squire O W Lester shot a golden eagle Saturday on the farm of Mr Daye theIter is veiy proud of his treasure which he is ha in mouni ed Mr George Warren resigned his posi tion as town police The vacancy isI filled by Mr Green Mr B MLanr ing has also been elected as town trustee owing to the resignation of Mr John Broyles The town is to be con gratulated ion securing the service of- twosuch honorable gentlemen The remains of Miss Bettie Helm of Junction City were brought here for burial Sun ay Miss Helm spent htchildhood in this place but has held a position as teacher in Junction City school for a umber of years She was the eldest aughter of Mr and Mrs Clint Helm Our entire communty sym pathizes with the bereft ones Theflora tributes wer many and beautiful BOHON The glad of the refresh several ing sh farmCtare been falling for Miss Tillie Fowler returned to her home near Fenwick after spending Several weeks with her sister Mrs J W Black A tent meeting is being conducted at Bohon by Rev Watson of the Church of Christ The singing at Hopewell conducted bv Prof Oliver Saunders clos don Sunday the 24th Mr Frank Springate of Vanarsdell was buried at Hopewell on the 18th in stant The funeral and interment were conducted by the Masonic fraternity Mr David Fjitcerson of Talmage lost a very valuable family mare last weekB V Teater losta fine mare a few days since througn being snagged while at work f Rev Shirley of Georgetown filled his regular appointment at Hopewell last Saturday and Sunday The youngest daughter Mr Geo Shewmaker was buried at Grapevine last Sunday being the fpurth member of the family to succumb to that dread disease typhoid fever JW Black spent Saturday and Sun day with his brotherinlaw Mr Over ton FoWler near Fenwick Misses Addie and Pauline Denaree were the guests of Mrs Emma Black Sunday afternoon Mrs Helen James is quite ill with stomachjfrouble at this writing Frank Black lost a 200 mare last week from botts Leota Jenkins spent last week with her sister Mrs Bob RansdeU- On March 3rd 1910 the death angel Visited the hame ot Mr and Mrs J C Jenkins nnd selected as his victim their son James Byron just as the sun was sinking in the west his spirit took its flight heavenward leaving bereft a sad kind and attentive mother a dutiful father loving sisters and a brother besides a host of relatives and friends He was just on the threshold of life having passed out of his sixteenth year but God wants some of earths sweetest and best to add to his kingdom- STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO i LUCAS COUNTY f Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner Qf the ffm of FJCheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State afore said and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of CataLTh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FKANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December 1886 A W GLEASON SEAL Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal lYe and 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SEEDSOLDa safe proposition for us because we can buy tlemIa guarantee that any shipment found to be unsatis IAre can be returned at the shippers expense t means no chance of our having poor seeds in stock snt that make GOLD MEDAL SEEDS a pretty good SEEDSpropsitionforyou J NT wiLtisBURG KYI Good morning Brother Gladness Good morning Brother Smile They told me you were coming So I waited on a while Im lonesome here without youIA weary while its been My heart is standing optn Wont you walk right tn Good morning Brother Kindness Good morning Sister Cheer I heard you were out calling So I waited for you here Some way I keep forgetting I have to toil and spin When you are my companions WontyouSwalk- right In Diarrhoea should be cuied without loss of time and bya medicine which like Chamberlains Colic Cholera ana Diarrhoea Remedy not only cures prom ptly but produces no unpleasant after effects It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take Sold by all Druggists In Memoriam In toying remembrance of our dear aunt Mrs Lydia A Litsey who died March 30 1910 She is gone but not forgotten Never will her memry fade Sweetest thoughts will ever linger d Around the grave where she is lai We loved her yes we loved her But her Savior loved her more So the angels sweetly called her To that bngnt celestial shore It was hard the parting with her dkeBut t her In the sweeter by and by- Gone from her home yes forever Although she wanted here to stay angersTo But we hope that we may meet her In that brighter world above May our joyful spirits greet her In the home of light and love Home of love where Jesus reigneth Light of the eternal day painethGod Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets assist nature in driving all im purities out of the system insuring a free and regular concition and restoing the organs of the body to healthand- and strength Sold by all Druggists CuresDyspepsiaTrial It is a popular mistake that only wealthy people who eat rich and dysjpepsiagestion The laborer in the street the worker in the field also finds him self a victim of this disorder Among the very greatest sufI rers from it are women DYsp a is Indicated by a constant f appetlteandtroubledaleep tress after eating by bad complexion and lusterlelJs eyes I There is no surer and speedier cure for SyrupPepsinyearaThlsgreatherbof Buffalo Ia of dyspepsia and sour stomach that he had had for forty years or until the lucky day that he heard of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It cured Joel Adams of Montgomery Ala after suffering continuously for sixteen months These are only a few of the many But it is not expensive to be cured with this rand remedY as It can be bought at any drug store in a 50cent or 1 bottle Your very neighbors are probably life Pepsinbutwhat it will do for you personally send your name to Dr Caldwell and he will be glad to send you a free trial bottle He actuallyaxIous o have you make a tNt of his remedy Thousands of families everywhere keep It In the house against such an emergency as constipation sour stomach in dlgestlon biliousness dyspepsia heat comIonlaxative tonic If there is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There is no charge for this service The address is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Monticello Ill Fort sale by The Red Crosa Drug Store ai Kills A Murderer A mercilesi murderer is Appendicitis KingsNfwLifegently stimulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that Constipationat Haydon Robertson son CarlosBeautiful Bay Harntss and Saddle Stallion Will make the season of 1910 at my place 2J miles from Wilhsburer on Snarpsyill and Willisburg turnpike at 8 to Insure a Colt to Stand fc Suck byNunclo21st dam by LeGrand 2nd dam by Don provenhimself particularCOXIE My fine Jack Coxie will make the season at the same time and place at 7 to Insure a Colt to Stand and Suck Coxie is a Grey Jack coming 8 years old sired by Burton CoxsBright Light 16 hands Jack 1st dam by Caldwells Giant 16 hands Lien retained on all colts until season is paid Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted wi- thRicKard Riley SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN We earnestly request thepatrons of this column to us when you sell your stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this head all persons who are subscribers to The Sun may insert free of charge 9therfarmLand for sale or for rent not included but serted in another department of the at very low rates for cash POSITIVELY noth ing but the above mentioned will be run free J K Walls has for sale 800 bushels of corn in the year Mrs A L Litsey Willisburg Rt 1 has for sale Indian Runner Ducks eggs 15tJ city has for sale 2 with 10 pigs and one with 8 1sCwsone gilt with 8 pigs Rt 4 has for sale apdi2forsetting Little Charley Martin has for sale lots of shugar cain seed cheep Mrs C N Willett Rt 2 has for sale Single Comb Brown Leghon eggs Forbes strain first pen headeo by Teddy 2ond 150 per setting of 15 2ond pen 100 per setting Both pens are headed by prize winners MrsL J S McElroy City has for sale Minorca eggs 50 cnfs for 15 W M Young city has for sale good white eed corn Mrs RVE Ros Rt 1 has for sale Single Comb White Leghorn eggs 75c for Mrs Ji I Martin Rt 3 has for sale 21forGrundy Home Rt 2 has for sale two extra nice Light Brahama cockerel also eggs from hoice stock penned 1 per setting of 15 Premium Stock Mrs Kent telandford Rt 5 has for sale Indian Rurer Duck eggs 12 for 75 centsMrs Kate Litsey Rt 3 has for sell S C B Leghons and S C B Orph ington eggs for sale 100 for 15 LOyd H ydon Jr has for sale Pure Bred Pekin Duck eggs 1 for setting fo 15 MrsSam Tucker Rt 1 has for sale Rhode Island Red eggs From pen 1 and vard 50 cents forsetting of fifteen MrC LiBradisr Rt 3 Tits fpii wle 75ICockerels from first prize winners Toledo Poultry Show DeGrafte strain at SOc each Eggs from pen 75c for 15 T A Grundy Rt 1 has for sale from 150 to 300 cedar posts Will sell reas onable D B Wilson Rt 3 has for sale about 2000 t tobacco sticks hlaPJ his for sale about 20Q Kentucky River Water Maple shade itreee l5ccand 20c ach C tj l DrW Ii Trusty Prac- ticalbentI3 iSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work atreaSonablcprice All work guaranteed fflce over Hiiydon Barber B D LAKE Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident DR M W HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUGSTORE SPRINGFIELD K NTyqIfJ OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 m 4 to 5 p m OrJ C MuM SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY omcK c J Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to2p M J H LAMPION Mp SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera Housed g Office phone No 5 Residence No38 T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Waiagtoemdmd Federal Court 0 C C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in nil State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATrLAW Springfield Ky Will practice m the courts sot Washihi AppealsMARSHALL DUNCAN iLAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Bufldinif Wambtngteend S M CAMPB- ELLAUCTIONR Springfield Ky Crying of public 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