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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fJI t- p itidb i If DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY j J i 1i jip t IYOLUME VI SMINIFIELD KYV WEDNESDAY MAY 4 1810 iVMIE2 f l 1 IMPRESSIVE I CEREMONIES Mark The Dedication + of The NewI Baptist Church Large gregation Hear Dr M P Hunt Other Services Of The Day The Springfield Baptist Church that 2ias been in the course of construction for the past twelve months is corriolet ed and the beautiful and commodious structure was dedicated on Sundy May I 1910 Dr M P Hunt of Louisville was invited to and did preside at the dedication services He preached to a large audience a strong sermon his text beinIIt is more blessed to give than to receive The first part of the service consisted in the presentation of some Beautiful lilies with the greeting of the DanVille Baptist church delivered by the pastor DrEyerett Gill Next the pastor pre antedto the church a pulpit Bible which was most Cordially received by the congregation After the sermon by Dr Hunt he announced that he wan ted to and I as going to raise 6000 to payoff the balance of the debt on the church After a protracted effort on the part of Dr Hunt and the pastor on the rostrum and some capable assistants amongst the pews it was announced that the sum desired had been raised 500of this sum was given by the Home Mission Board of Atlanta Ga condition that the church should be dicated free of debt The church building cost 22000 approximately At the beginning ofjJjvthepa- stor announced tba Jan 29 1884 the Springfield Baptist church was or gamzed in the Methodist church of this place Rev J M Vaughan presided and he read the 122d and lSSrd Psalms There were but few nuiribers at that time A few of the charter members were present Sunday among the number being the member who first signed the articles of oaganization The membership has steadily increased until now there are about 825 communicants At ter the church was organized occasion al services and some protracted meet ings were held in the Methodist church until 188990 when the congregation concluded to build and erected Jthe church on Main street WhiChW last year This building was SOldI on the second Sunday in June ring the pastorate of Rev W C Cleve land Before the building was completed on April 27 1890 the Springfield Baptist Sunday School was organized and superintendent elected and they have the same superintendent today whom they elected and who has been in Continuous service in this capacity for over two decades r The enrollmeut of the Sunday School is now 250 and the highest number was 201 on the ThesunIday aUdl1todumclass rooms At the dedcation Sunday DrJ N Prestriage editor of the Baptist World published at Louisville Kv Dr Ever ett Gill pastor of the Danville Baptist church Dr J W McGIothlin Profes gor at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary together with Dr M P Hunt were present and assisted the pastor in the services At 330 p m Dr Gill delivered a lecture on Missions to a well rilled house and at night pr AlcGlpthlm preached very strong sermon theme being Service After it had been announced that the money had been raised the dedicatory prayer was offered by the pastor Kev Wm Harrison Williams A large crowd was in town and the house was packed at the morning ser vices about eight hundred people being present After the services a bounteous and sumptuous dinne was served at the tobacco warehouse below the railroad When the congregation assembled at the Baptist church on last Sunday night the pastor called the church to order and the following motions were passed The pastor was instructed to extend to the Danville Baptist church the Ithanks of the Springfield Baptist church Tier the beautiful floral offering which iS wasused to decorate the pulpit Tie clerk was appointed to thank Mr B Do Lake for the use of the warehouse in which the dinner was erved A motion was then made extending to the lo al press and members of the other churches of Springfield thesin cere appreciation felt by the members of the Springfield Baptist church for the kind treatment extended to them during the construction of the building These motions were heartily passed and will become a matter of church rec ord Cracker Demonstration Katie Hertlein Bro will have with them on Friday May 13th demonstrato- rtor from the National Biscuit company- to demonstra e the excellence of their cakes and crackers The demonstration will begin at 10 oclock in the morining and continue until 4 oclock afternoon and everyone is invited to call during this time and get some of the good things that will be served Sale of Lots Messrs J M Young J M Metrees and C Si Hohn promoters and realt estate men conducted a sale of town lots in Hondale N M here on Saturjday last Mr Young stated were out for the purpose of selling lotsb regardless ot price and that sales would be made even tho at sacrifice prices About thirtyfive lots were sold to leading citizens ot the town and county at an average price of 10 per lot In the near futur an excursion train is to be run to Hondale from some point in Kentucky and it is probable that some of th Washington county investors will take the trip Placed Under Bond An attachmcnt came here Monday from the Washington county Circuit Court ordering that three Of tour most prominent citizens be placed under bond These prominent citizens were Jailer Board and Night Policemen Sallee and Bonta These three gentlemen were summoned to testify in the case of Erastus Holliday for the killing of Thomas Ward at Cardwell on Novem ber election day When the case was FaIled at the October term ot coart the gentlemen failed to obey the summons and the court probably fearing that they wouldnt appear at this term sent the attachment here and the threeI promptly gave bail They explained their neglect to appear by stating that the sheriff of Washington county had told them he would notify them if the case was called or if it was postponed and that lie failed t d6 so If the case had been called it was their intention to go to Springfield to be on hand as- witnesssHarrOdsburg Herald PLEASANT GROVE Mr and Mrs William Lea hman who have been visiting Mr B B Leach man left Saturday for Cincinnati Mr N P Thompson has returned from Perryville and Harrpdsbnrg Mr aud Mrs Whiteman visited in Mooresville Sunday D R Litsey and family of Springfield and Mr and Mrs Henry Coleman of Lebanon were at Judge B L Lit seys Sunday Miss Lavinia OConnor has returned Sprmgfieldl C James of Harrodsburg spent several days with Mr J F Gregory last week Rev W H Hopper is visiting Dr and Mrs Hopper and will preach at Pasant Grove church on next Sunday John Polin is at home after haying been connected with the First National Bank of Springfield for four months Quite a number of people from here attended the dedication services in Springfield Sunday Will Stigall is ill ot pneumoni A L Litsey spent severaLdjs in Louisville recently 1 The Litsey Ball team will Organize Saturday awl will be ready for games in a short time S P Thompson and LjM Gregory were in the IJear Wallow section Fri day Saves an Iowa Mans Life The very grave seemed to yawn be fore Robert Madsenjlof West Burlington Iowa When after seven weeks in the hospital four best physicians gave up Then waj shown the marvelous curative power of Bitters For after eight ElectricI frightful suffering from liyer and yellow jaundice getting from oher remedies or doctors five bottles of this matchless medicine com pletely cured him Its positively guar anteed for Stomach Liver or Kidney troublei and never disappoints Only 50c a Huydon Robertsons j NEWSOP 7f THE COURTS Several Cases Disposed of In Squire HendrensCourt- fchoes From Judge Lit seys Tribunal Squire Nimrod Hendren held a court last Thursday at Willisburg the results of which will no doubt prove quite salu- ary1n the community TheSquiie had several parties before the Court to answer contempt proceedings for tak ng a writ which he had issued and IttI them know that no monkey business went with his court Messrs Matting ly and Sweeney plead guilty to breach ot the peace charges and were fined one cent and costs J W Lewis was next tried for disturbing religious wor ship and a strong case was made out him The jury found him gull v and fixed his punishment at 20 fine and ten days confinement in the county ail There was sufficient evidence in this ase to justify the issuance jof half a dozen arrants against Other parties On Mondav afternoon an inquest was held before Judge Litsey to Inquire in to the mental condition of R H Rob ertson a farmer who lives about two miles beyond Texas Several neighbors testified that Mr Robertson was demented and that the present attack is the second that he has suffered In ad dition to his mental ailment Mr Rob ertson is also almost totally blind The jury found that Mr Robertson was a lunatic and he was yesterday taken to the Lakeland asylum Two cases against Thomas Pipes were called before Judge Litsey last Saturday but were continueduntilLMay 9th because of the absence of witnesses He is charged with carrying concealed a deadly weapon and with threatening to kill his neihbor Spaldingtlagan A wedding of more than ordinary in terest was that of Miss Kutherine Spal aing to Chas William Hagan of Spring field which took place Thursday morning at 830 oclock at St Augustines church The ceremony was performed by Rev J A Hogarty in the presence of quite a large number of the friends of the young people and immediately af terwards Mr and Mrs Hagan left on the 10 oclock train for a bridal trip Mr Eyan Hagan of Springfield atten ded the groom as his best man wmle Samuel J Spalding stood with hs sis ter the bride while the cereony was being performed The ushers were W H Rubel B R Hughes Robert Spald ing and Lloyd 0 McCarty the latter of Springfield Both young people are popular and much admired and were remembered with many handsome gifts The bride is the daughter ot Mrs Kate Spalding and one of Lebanons charming and attractive girls Mr Hagan was for sev eral years a resident of this city and is widely known here He was one of the promoters anda part ownei of the Lebanon Grocery ck the onlv wholesale house in the city When he corp pany sold tq the Cumberland Grocery Co several months ago Mr Hagan accepted a position as traveling sales man with a Louisville concer and is regarded as hne of their best men Upon their to and Mrs reoturn and Mrs W LebanonfrO St Lebanon c WhySaIve Eczemai Scientists are now agreed that the eczema germs are lodged not in the outer skin or epidermis but in the inner skin ilerice a penetrating liquid is re quired notfan outward salve that clogs the pores We fecomjnend to all eczema patients the standard prescription Oil of Wintergreen as compounded in liquid form known as D D D Prescription A trial bottle Of thIs D D D Prescrip tion at only 25c will instantly relieve the itch We have sold and recommend ed this remedy for years and know of wonderful cures from its use We recommend it to our patrons The Leo Haydbn Drug Co J- BATjTLEOF PERRY ILLE Interestingly Reviewed by Long Run Correspondent in Letter To The Sun Wishing a few days off arid to visit again the battlefield a party of seven headed by Will Elliott The Old Hunter on the morning of the 20th of AjJnl started to the Perryville battle field or as it is sometimes called the Battle of Chaplin Hills some six miles away As wewere going through Wills he took us to the spot where he found alarge lump of lead ores which proved to be very rich A man by the nirae of Young without knowing where this ore was located the exact stot with a peach tree switch which vein he said was eight feet urder ground and twentfive feet wide also when the large lump of ore was hidden in the or chard he found it with his switch We soon left the soapstone ridges of easternWashington crossed over the county line out onto the limestone hills of Western Boyle where Will found a grey fox track in the mud Tuese ani mals he said were plentiful in this country Passing through three good sized farms we came to the public road near Martins school house Out this road where we entered the western expectover us as we enter the battlefield a strange indefinable feeling of admira tion fox the heroic mingled with a love ofcountry and sympXthy for thos brave men who far from home and frierds died on that memorable day Passing over several fields we came to the Russell house made famous in history by Gen Buell in his report of thebattle The house is some 46x18 and 16 feet high By actual count it was hit 43 times We saw several bullet holes through the doors the walls had been papered thus hiding the holes on the inside The house is now occupied by Mr Hayes May Thn L was torn away some eight years ago It was also struck many limes by musket ballp while a cannon ball went clear through it The top ot the east chin ney was also torn away oy a cannon ball Wl went down the road to where an old barn was burned during the bat tie from here the writer went down through the garden to the old Henry Bottoms house which is also of histor ic interest and is now occupied by Mr Sam Bottom son of the former We found him in good tnm for talking and he answered many questions regarding the fight lib is preparing a history of the battle tjbe issued in pamphlet form Mr Bottom was nearly grown at that time and though not a soldier was perfectly acquainted with thu ground and was near during the battle and talked with many of the Blue and Gray He has a good memory and is certainly qualified to write a good histo ry This house is on the banks of Dees fork which runs from South to North through this field It was from behind the stone waljs that lined the western side of this stream that the rebels dealt out destructioh and death It was here that the 15th Kentucky received a bap tism x f fire was repulsed three times and not a field officer was lett Col Lytle was wounded and refu n to be captured Just orrthe brow of the hill northwest of his hVuse where the first reunion was hld in 6 this Bat tery was planted which was aken and retaken three times At thjspoint Col Lytles men niade such a stnhborn stand that the Coinfederates taking ao vantage of th ground moved up a ra vine fell uponj his right and rear forc ing his men to retire The Fifteenth Kentucky lost sixtysix killed one hun dred and thirty wounded This part of the field was all stained with blood on that fatal evening Our course was northward over long fiat ridges covered mostly with dead weeds jwhich are still standing with here and there a plowed field the whole presenting a somewhat desolate appear ance on this cool cloudy spring day In our imagination we can hear the bu gles call the prolonged roar of cannon and the sharp report of small arms mingled with dying groans and we can see the swaying lines of the Blue and Gray as each surged and beat against the other for the mastery AH we go on we find an old pear tree that early in ourI0 number of musket balls It is still standing in a yardand is used as a shade tree At this place Will Bro John Key and the writer are attacked by a large bull dog which comeS uncomfortably near after trying to make friends with the beast and a good deal of siding around Patience ceased to be a virtue so we tried T small round stone which struck the animal on a tender spot which hadthe desired effect We find several oak trees which have es caped the woodmans axe that still bear on their aged trunks battle scars We are now on the spot where the second reunion was held in 1901 After crossing a hollow we come to Jacksons Ridge and to the Confederate cemete ry which embraces a small plot ot ground enclosed by a stone wall where 507 rebal soldiers lie buried Only one of these graves is marked and this only by a plain marble slab The monument which stands near the center is some twenty feet high On the pedestal is uniIElliott asked why the statue was facing the South Someone answered that the battlefield lay in that direction this was a good answer out the questioner mitform of this lone sentinel who is still surrounded Dy fallen comrades while he keeps watch over this bloodstained field a symbol of an heroic struggle and a Lost Cause while his hard stony features impress us as being manly and t brave and with a far away look seem to be looking ana longing foe home and- loved ones in the Homeland On the east and west sides are the names of the known ones who fell with weIsos groundTheirAnd glory guards with solemn round The bivouac of the dead Nor wreck nor change nor winters blightNor remorseless doom Shalt dim one ray of Holy light r That gilds your glorious tomb Nor braver bled For a brighter land Nor brighter land Had cause so grand forgotWhileOr honor points the hallowed spot Where valor proudly sleeps i MDLCCo- ncluded next week Skin Diseases Quickly Cured By a Simple Home Remedy If you are suffering from any form of sltin or scalp disease would you like permanentIIYC wa ts his customers to know that it is recommended for Eczema Blackheads Pim leo Dandruff Tetter and other disea es of the skin and scalp Zemo has made some remarki pIe cures and with each purchase of Zemo Mr Leo Hoydon will give you a booklet an skin diseases and you can ciagnose your own case and be cured in your own home without inconvenience or loss of time from business by this clean simple preparation 4TUESUFFRAGE IDEA i 1 Prom the Standpoint of the Mot Interested PersonThe A Woman ru John Quincy Adams called our government f a complicated machine onA and so it is if it can be a government for the whole people and by the people and at the same time disfranchise ftha women who represent the majority fj the people The right of forming their own constitution and the right of suf frage are those in which thetreedom of a Republic exists but women are de barred from these Tights in most of tiM s States thereby making a nation of freev men and bond women An idiot can commit a crime and go unpunished but woman who is classed with him as togards the making of the laws is pun V ibhed by these same laws if they do not obey them and it thev own property they have to pay taxes just the same men and tBxation without representation is called tyranny in this Land oC the Free The duties ot voters are the same ui all elections whether in the school datrict the city the county the State or the United States namely to vote for the best men and the best measures and women are as well qualified to vote intelligently as the masculine voterj and many more so whose re qUire qualification is sex a quality for whichVhe is not responsible V omen have the same interest in the public welfare in the maintenance of orde fand the triumph of right pri cipleaJ men can possibly have The Bill of v rCights of Kentucky declares that uall power is inherent in the people that government exists for their good and by theirconsentV Is it tIuel Now if family government weddes- troyed society would be ruined and aqC other governments be worthless and it would soon come to pass if women were allowed no voice in the family govern ment The rigntxto vote implies the right to be voted for and the right to t hold Office The men have given toomea one of the rightswhy not be consistent and give them the other If womentare qualified to be voted forand to fill important offices as many are are they not qualified to be legal voters A woman superintendent of he public schools in the great city of New f York yet she cannot vote simply ber cause of the accident of birth not fori lack of intelligence and ability i I appeal to the thinking men and wo menis it fair if all are born free and equal as our Declaration bf Indev pendence declares There is agreat wrong being perpe trated against American womanhood The United States is called TlrtfV land of the noble free but the monvV arches of Europe have often been rulewisely and welt by wom n een1c toria of England was a model wife mother and ruler and her reign was one of great prosperity and peace But had she been a native of this free land she could not have served her country f as She did simply because she was a woinan MARY HINES 4 eve eoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoee Q e Toilet Tablewe have everything that the most O fastidious taste demands in emol 2 Merits and foods for the skin pure e soaps cold cream camphor ice cocoa O butter benzoin refined glycerine 2 talcum powders fine face powders e and rouges perfumes and toilet O waters and everything to enhance and preserve the beauty A full line of Hudnuts and Rexall toilet 3 articles gTHEciOs0o o 00aaoa0 0 eoeoeaeQeaoroeoeoeaeoeQeoa1 DONT TRY OUR 3 JEWELRY ON i r for it will look so pretty you will bate to take it off Every ring pin a broach locket etc is a work ot art fi so far as design and workmanship are concerned As we guarantee O the quality all you have to do is to 5 pick out thearticle you admire most having perfect confidence in the re O liability of your choice This is a fuSafe jewelry store to buv in J QEdfP 1JEWELER AND OPTICIAN 20Ct eJaQeoeoeQeO OO QQ s H r Tiie Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Street car hogs are not worth the 1market price What a fine allstar stock comp Reno couldorganize When piety is only skin deep it is quite likely to affect the lungs Fell through the ice and drowned fatalities are over for the season r The hens are in no hurry to lay eggs to fill up next years cold storage warehouses The chanticleer fad in this coun try is chiefly confined to the cold storage warehouses When the cold storage warehouses turn loose eggs they are marked dl Tect from the country Instead of the conquests of war let us enter heart and soul into the effort to conquer disease Im the bright effulgence of spring proverKissing Is unknown in Japan It Is not surprising they havejheen back ward many years In civilization We would be glad to know that every man who gets into a hole could la some come out of it whole 1It to pack up for tlItorplace to go to That man who enters Harvard the age of 45 ought to have some bull Willram 1Jltheleases who is turning to marble H appears to be a hard case If Kermit were not a well ofriIs laurels thick upon him Says a dressmaking authority 1Jen fall in love with the bee eiforIf something doesnt stop that civil war in Nicaragua soon there will not be enough left of the country to be worth any dictators while to tax f The market reports assure us the 4774320 eggs were taken by Chicago in a single day without a si or uneasiness Let us hope they we aot friedpA Cincinnati man has retired from business with 1000000 which he says isas much money as any ma has the right to posses How he must dislike trouble Germany has cut its naval estimate for this year English alarmists will regard this as another cunning trick to get the British government to quit building warships A wife murderer in Georgia doned by the president refused avail himself of the clemency and will remain in charge of the penitentiary pharmacy as a trusty This would appear to be a case where the zeal of friends rather overran itself Recalling that the gold production of the United States last year w 99000000jthe Boston Globe 1lndsevI NewEnglandtwothirds as much from summer givecredit the no money I A New Yorker pl nged into the f river last winter torescue a your ladys merry widow hat and now s has married him It Is possible that having thrown the hat away in ord to secure a later model she concluded the chap who thwarted the plan by rescuing the old hat should be com pelled to buy the new one Now a university lentist asserts that any desired characteristic can be produced in human beings at will anC that character is only a matter after all of chemical combinations Some may object to the elimination by this theory of the soul and spiritual In fIuence from It but the theory has its compensations If crank can be removed from their present sphere of pernicious activity New Yorks state highway Comm eion is proceeding with a vigor whf chanwill excite attention and cause pro gressive legislators in other states to study her highway construction System The commission has just ad Tertlsed for proposals for the Improvement of 57 miles of state roads a 145 miles of country highways T total cost of the roads covered by contracts of February and April =5242000 If a court Injunction will actu atop the family in tliefiat above fr running a boiler factory on the prem lees the department stores should be prepared to handle thorn in dozen lots Several times has it been report In the current news of the day it trolley or steam car han jumped rails and plunged into some dwell This Is all wrong Houses never puts the right of way on tracks cars and cars should not be alio 10 challenge the stationary status o houses 10 BILLS ARE LIKELY TO PASS Geant Boost From Mr Roosevelts Promise to Talk RESULT OF PINCHOTS TRIP 8 xI9UsIYAwaiting in MayDemocratic Leaders Are Planning for Harmonious Action in Fall Campalgr Washington Friends of the conservation movement In Washington be leave that Gifford PInchot had ono motive and one only In going abroad to see Theodore Roosevelt Mr Pinchot is wise in things other than woodcraft Advocates of saving the resources say that ihe former chief forester knew that if Mr Roosevelt could be Induced to omise to address a conservation and would reiterate his loyalty to the cause members of congress now lukewarm Jf not absolutely opposed to the administrations co servation bills would get in line and urge theirpassage What the friends of the forester ex- Pected has happened and there is now a strong evident inclination on the part of members of congress to give eir adherence to President Tafts rnest request that at least two conservation bills shall be passed at this session The strong probabilities were chicYf poned until the next session but now that Mr Roosevelt has said what he did to Mr Pinchot there Is a marked billss congresseRepublican members seem to think powedc Y a good many of the Republican memo bers were opposed to the conservation bills they have now concluded that It would be political folly for them to antd e ght or ten measures the most impor two from the conservationists ts standpoint will see the light of passage before congress adjourns Meet Views of President The two bills for which hope has theiat any time that he thinks necessary separatereosits lying underneath for the pu separatelygovernmentnase the right to gay it out for market byDemocratsview of the Roosevelt pronounceme of continued loyalty to conservation President Taft if he sees any forth disposition to neglect the measure messarg coton press president has made the subject of o long message is going to be depend uptheon er president of the United States Anxious About Taft Speeches areITaftsdin St Louis and in Cincinnati and firstweekhHey General Wickersham is more co catcyweheerners erEver since Mr Wickersham spoke in Chicago and took a course of determined opposition to those ins gent Republicans who are trying to pick to pieces some of the administra tlons measures he has not been en tlrelyf happy It Is pretty well under stood 4n Washington that Mr Wicker sham believed implicity it was the presidents intention to make a spec on the same nag much like the one the attorney eral delivered in Chicago Mr Wf ersham read the papers the morns n following his own address and foul that the president Instead of using the club on the members of congress oppositi1son ed olive branch There are those who think an y not without reason that Mr Wickersham fears the country will get the idea that he and his chief are at the outs as to the proper policy to be used toward itheIs of toisok sl lents utterance on his next trip Mr Wickersham feels that Mr Taft ought theompo took at Chicago Not the Time to Be Severe It has been said in dispatches fre presidentsed in aWetnd blthow cgou reasonsdIs of are some Theweu so it however did not believe that he would take occasion ui say sharp thin ll8 about the Insurgents IB his Washington speech delivered at the same time that the attorney general was speak ing in Chicago The president then spoke to representatives of Republican clubs from different parts of the country and so those who looked at the matter from a supposedly political ly wise standpoint concluded that the occasion was not the proper one to score the Republicans of any faction It is a pretty safe prophesy how ever to make that the president will say some sharp things about some of the insurgent members when he prophetbas Y s madeby the very men who said that Mr Taft would not say anything shay in his Washington speech Part the forecast was fulfilled and It seems likely that the rest of it will come triia in order The Democrats say that if the president attacks the Insurgents he will open wider the breach in the R e publican party and make more certain the election of a Democratic boos next November The advisers of th president however seem to feel that differenInsurgeatsand t who he thinks are attacking his meas urea not because they really think the measures are insincere but because they want to advance their own personal ends- Democrats Seem Harmonious admltcanlions of the Democracy to get together In one harmonious whole they are none too certain for the happenings within the ranks of the op- posItion make It seem at least W the blue sky of peace is over the De threateningclouds It Is expected that soon the men bers of the Democratic congressional committee will get into personal touch with leading members of the party in each district so that the so that the needs may be supplied and a campaign on behalf of Democratic candidates may be conducted on lines theyythink are most likely to lead to success At the recent J ersonlan Bryanletterb s licitywBf3 read In a sense it was disturbed the of some of the old line Democrats but even the Republican enemy admits that the Democracy acted wisely the bccaslon by reading the lette by refraining from making any acri mpnious comments and by doing nothing to precipitate factional trou les any way The Republicans no kno pretty thoroughly the line which Democrats will leuntilosthe controversy thfsng ur actred upon lt bobalccanur carthi on were tibye n ellnter up Terhe ng alreadye are al campaign committee to make the subjectneCost of Living an Argument The high cost of living It Is expected by the will be used by the Democrats as an argument against high tariff The committee of Lodgere is ng reasons for the high cost of living and committeeslssse- t they have in It good campaign mate Deorwhoifly ra soas h0 thstcontrol of the house of represent fives has run roughshod over the wishes of individual members and ursome cases of the majority of the house this issue will be Cannonism with Mr Cannon personally slim 1n ated Democratic stump speakers will promise that Ina Democratic house there will be no attempt at oneman rule Washhtng conm hickr mony seem as pronoundce at the Jeffersonian dinner to the effect that IndependenceIOajue time Democratic fold and Wilt work for Democratic victory Dispute Value of Hearsts Support Some of the Democrats rho were content tp claim that the next house will be Democratic by duly about 15 majority now say that with the support of the Hearst people the majority will reach 45 or 50 and that the chances of the election of a Demo erotic president In 1912 are increased If one reads the signs correctly it seems probable that Chairman Lloyd of the Democratic congressional com mittee and his colleagues will attempt to keep the presidential nomination question out of the congressional caw paign to as great an extent as possible The Democratic leaders want first of all a Democratic house ant when they have accomplished t they say It will be time enough give sharp and serious consideration thomostpresidency presidency 5EORGE CLtrJjTxON KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH APPELLATE CbURT DECISION pFrankfort KrSales made a firm located In Kentuckyregardless of where the sales are made must bel accounted as sales made In for such was the decision KentuCkY1 pellate court in the case of the Stew nrt Jail Works Co of Kenton county t Thee Barker affirming the judgment of the auditoere Standard Jail Iron Works Co a II cense tax for 1909 The company with a capital stock of 200000 its home being in Kentucky had done a business in 1909 of 600006 but claim ed that the gross income from the flpiproperty Is only 25000 The company claimed that In estimating the amount of license to be paid to state but sales within the state considersmd sales made by the company Is bus i ness done within the state Mt Sterling KyPlans are on foot for making the date of the Tenth Di sItrict Republican Congressional n vention to be held here on June 3 the opening Republican rally of the year and to inaugurate the congres sional campaign of 1910 in Kentucky on that day with all of the big men of the Republican party in the state present As June 2 Is the date announced t Capyle for the Republican leaders who take part in the ceremonies of that day to whren n ties of the Tenth district will meet thnat renominatw edoilcongressWe Senator W O Brad y Judge E C ORear of the court of appeals AttorneyrGeneral James Breathitt and other speakers will sound the Republican battle cry Lexington KyThe Pythian lod geley at Pineville Is in a dilemma and has 1Yasked advice from the officers of the grand lodge In this city Several weeks ago there was a smallpox scare In the Straight Creek mining district and an order requiring general vac cinatlon was promulgated by the au thorltlesLMany miners who are members of the Pineville lodge were Inoculated They were not able to work because theytlledfor sick benefits The claims aggregate more than the funds of the ledge Russell KY EngIneer William E Owens Fireman C A Hoskins and Brakeman J L 3Iosher all of Cov ington were severely scalded when the boiler of the mogul engine pulling extra eastbound C O freight ex ploded Barboursvllle KyIn a collision Passesestrain the passenger engine was demolished beatd was delayed four inhours inLouisville Ky Claud Turner ac strIJtinglatter was doing picket duty was found not guilty of the charge of murder and was dismissed by order of the court Pikevllle KyW H Holt presid- Ing judge of the contest cases here between the Citizens ticket contestant and the Republican contest ees for county offices declared that ow ing to wholesale bribery resorted to there had been no election held DIdReports from Central and Eastern Kentucky show thtttI frUlt and garden vegetation was either killed or badly damaged By the frosts Saturday The damage in these parts of Ientucky is estimated at 100000 Louisville KYMrs Pearl Armstrong was sound guilty of murdering her husband by feeding him poison and was sentenced to from two to twentyone years in prison Owensboro KyMrs Mary E Buckner tiled suit for divorce against E G Buckner on a plea of abandon ment They were married In 1872 Buckner is general manager of the Du Pont Powder Co at Wilmington Del Republictoan district has called a convention to be Laitheg nounced his candidacy for renomlna Uon NOTES FROM FRANKFORTL Frankfort KyThe resignation sf Stanley Mllward of Lexington from board of control of the states char institutions was accepted by Willson and Dr T W Gardner of the Western asylum at Hopkinsville was appointed In his place Mllward resigned because pressing private business Gay sVll son also accepted the Designation of State Inspector and Examiner M PanamatoZone and McKenzie R Todd Private Secretary to the governor was sworn in as state inspector and examiner Miss Mary Watts Brows has assumed her duties as private Secretary to S perintendent of Puhlio Instruction Ells worth RegensteinniFrom trthestate Commissioner of Agricultu Rankin estimates that the loss to the farmers by the destruction of the fruit from the cold weather will amount to 51500000 and that the loss pn vege tables will amount to fully twice th a much Reports from the prop reporters have been coming In for the last two or three days and without exec Lion the report Is the satIle t fruit and vegetables have been kttiedr that the loss Is complete Ap es peaches pears berries and vege anddamage thebIThe Executive Committee of ti Board of Forestry Immlgration and Agriculture met here and appof led the heads of the various depa of the state fair as follows Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin poultry and students judging Proto sheepimules jack stock and speed ring J L Dent heel cattle GL McGrew implementsgrain and horticulture Fred Blackburn vegetables and melons orkGov Willson received a letter from Ernest P BIcknell national director of the American Red Cross socie naming her as secretary of the Ke AmericanRedpoard have been selected by Gov illson but will not be given out un confirmed by the directors of the national society Gov Willson appointed the follow- Ing veterans of the Confederacy members of the board of trustees the Confederate home at Pewee Val for a term of six years James A Steele Woodford county W O JarrettHopklnsvUle Mf1fonTJOuisvUle conditfonsinMarch showed a decided falling off jjj the acreage of wheat Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin has decided to be- gIn campaign to Induce the farmers of Kentucky to grow more wheat and less tobacco Robert Trigg and Morton TrIgg sent tp the penitentiary from Union count for four years for malicious shoot Ing were refused pardons by Gov reaspnfArold and needs their support Danville KyDr James Thomas Iapsley oldest living graduate Princeton University and of Cen t College Kentucky died here aged ears He finished the course at C twcearsJatertboki e was ordained to the ministry of the Presbyterian church As a clergyman e became widely known throughout the south iLoulsv1lJc Ky Ward Headley of rnceton one of the lenders In the urley tobacco pool In Kentucky Ip Louisville and reports that the IS gaining strength all over the stn He says the recent scold wave h roved disastrous to the tender you tobacco plants and gave as a sou estimate that onefourth to oneth ltd if the plants In this state had been killed by the frostnLouisville KyRush C WatlUns member of the Board of Public Safe tr his wire and guest Mrs Julia Sny der had a narrow escape from death when a street car struck their touring car Mrs Synder was thrown against true curbing and injured The autos as 1jadly damaged Louisville KyThe strike of the SOOO or more tobacco stammers oftAmerican Tobacco Co came to an e the employes returning to work at old rate of wages Evansville IndDavid Knig charged with robbing the postofflce Slaughtersvllle Ky was arrest here John Mitchell of Detr Mich and Michael Murray of Pd cah Ky were also arrested and c fessed to having looted a residence at Vincennes Ind Lexington Ky Brook Curry noted trotting horse trainer and drl yer left here for Cynthiana to take charge of Abdallah Park ones siri noseof trotters for Benjamin Hey of cinnatl r FINDS S STOMACH CURE Good Christian and Family Man lut Had Poor Digestive OrganrWhat f 1Cured Him You Can Get Free NDthatamongCaldwells Syrup PepsIn Is the favorite laymanhasspeak up In meet Ing and hence these wdrds tromtMr Joseph Indupresent herewith All my life I had eded a laxative to cure my tlon and stomach ouble I couldnt anything I Iresystem I tried Gmyon a railroad train Mr Joseh Murphy makes It necessary that I feel strong and totn the recommendation of afriend xi took it and was cured That la curedI for addressndyour home It there is some triyster wantdplalnewritesample address Dr W B CaldwelV 2ft Caldwell Bldg MOntlcello IlL Getting Old Was your wife pleased with tha irthday gift you took home last didnteseem to have a thing to do but to sit birthdaysrtWhat the Grocer Said This is a nice business said thej grocer to a Cleveland reporter I sell to the very best people in Cleveland sire by the very best I mean the folksfwho want good and who for themfolkswhofknow how to get the best goods at the price of poorer ones Take Easy Task soap as an exi ample tis increasing in demand every day The reason is that it does womenbowworks by itself but it sells itself Saving His Life shmannstaying In Peking Sing Loo gleatest doctor said his servant he savee my lifee oncewReally queried the Englishman Yes me telllble awful was the rei ply me calico in another doctor He glyee me medicine me velly vellYLbad Me callee in another doctor ascdme and give me medicine make me J ofveclly vally badder Me callee In Sing Loo He no come He saves my life Another Instance The Fiji cannibal reluctantly pro duced a quarter in response to the r Lightning Calculators pathetic plea at the psychological momenti1If you would cut out the booze he growled and pass up the crap and dice and the handbook thing you wouldnt have to be touching your f soreguJarlfPAIixjmy Philistine friend sighed the Lightning Calculator it seems im possible for you to understand the ec Angeletrherald Have Their Troubles Samuel Gompers at the recent con vention In Washington of the Civic Federation said of children Children should be protected from ofsirwage slavery for when free as air they have enough trouble dear knows Walking along an East side street I came on two tiny tots the smaller breakergirlenTommy whos been ahittin of ye Nobodys been ahittin of him the larger tot anwered Hes swal lered a wormp POSTUM FOR MOTHERS The Drink That Nourishes and Sup 1 piles Food for Mother and Child wasbiY husband had been unable to I trialaddrink coffee for several years so we j delicioussghw jItmothers that I have ever seen i1ncreasesfor the child If partaken of freely Itdrank It between meals Instead of wa ter and found it most beneficial Our fiveyearold boy has been very delicate since birth and has developed slowly He was white and bloodless I began to give him Postum freely and changeWhenreat Improvement we never fall to ell them that we attribrue his gala thethouse has led many friends to use it for themselves and children toatDatum foroftor theonvery delicious I want to thank you for the benefits we have derived from Postumtho found tu pkgs Theres a Reason lever read the above letter A aew nppenm from time to time They ysauuC T7 I I j ij ROUND ABOUT THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY tJ m DEATH OF UNCLE JIM Former Superintendent of Public Works Succumbs Lexington KyJames H Apple gate 53 widely known in racing cir cles formerly superintendent pub tic works here and at one time hair man of the local Democratic coinmlt tee died suddenly of a disease of the heart at his home here The deceased was u brother of Col W E Applegate now of Salt Lake City He was known as Uncle Jim Mr Applegate Is sur vived by a widow and two children Shortly after the death of Uncle Jim Applegate Henry Owens an ether turfman while standing at the corner of Main and Limestone streets was struck by a falling trolley pole It struck Owens on the head and cut a deep gash rendering him temporarily unconscious JURY FAILS TO AGREE Insurance Agent Needham Will Be Retried for Forgery Louisville Ky Unable to agree the Jury in the case of Patrick J Need ham accused of forgery In connection with the alleged Insurance frauds was dismissed and Juryrwas out two and a half hours and stood 11 tol for conviction On tha stand Needham testified that he had been Instructed by the Commercial Life Insurance Co of Indianapolis for Wlfich he was an agent to date all Kentucky business from New Albany Ind as the company Is an Indiana corporation Attorney Clem Hugglns in his argument for the defense said that if there had been any fraud on tho part of Needham the fraud had been perpetrated at the Instigation of the company Sergent KyOne of the most Im portant railroad projects begun in Eastern Kentucky in many years is the YasIoto Black Mountain being rapidly constructed from Wasioto Ky up the Cumberland river 55 miles through Harlan and Letcher counties to terminate at Big Looney creek trear the Virginia border penetrating one of the richest undeveloped coal fields ranging from seven to 14 feet in thickness and of the finest coking qualities St Louis capitalists are be- hInd the project The road will be completed and in operation by Sep tember when manufacturing plants will start up all along the ropte Millions of dollars Will be used in making these developments Newport KyThe new vertica- triple expansion high duty pumpiri- anglne for the Newport waterworks- is nearing completion The contractors have recently been work lug a double set of men on the erec tion of the machine In order to get it in service When completed it will pump 5000000 gallons of water per day into the Newport reservoirs and for the present and near future will insure an ample supply of water to the city and to Dayton Bellevue and Clifton HeightsrFrankfort Ky Placing tobacco in a barn that was used for sheltering live stock does not increase the hazard of the risk says the court of appeals in affirming the judgment of the Madi- Son circuit court In the case of the Hartford Fire Co Tn Chenault jr Chenault insurec- his barn April 6 3908 for 1000 for three years and the barn was destroyed by fire one year later The company refused to pay and a su Was filed resulting in Chenault ting judgment for the 1000 Frankfort KyThe court of a peals held that the agent of an i surance COmpany which is not au thorized to do business in this stat is personally liable to the insured there is a loss that the company does not pay provided the insured has cause of action that would be goo against the company Itself Lexington KyIn an effort to com mit suicide Will Glover polored30j- umped from the fourth story of the Bluegrass Commission Cos war e house Both legs and other bones were broken Lexington KyrThe intercollegiate oratorical contest at the State univer sity was won by Robert C Foster of this city- university representing Transylvania His subject was Our Na tional Heritage Lexington KyW J Andrews left here for Cleveland to take charge of the trotters of W B Chisholm of Thistledown farm Andrews took with him Doctor Smith 2141ULady- Worthy 211 Sophano 2084 Teasel 20914 Roberta trial 2114 Myrlte Granette 22314 and ETa Tanguay 216 Frankfort KyL B Jones a traveling man of Washington C H O carbolic acid by mistake at the 4took hotel but is resting easily HiB wite and son arrIvedJ JUDGE PARKER REVERSED Court of Appeals Dismisses All Cases Now Pending Lexington KyThe opinion of the court of appeals written by Judge Hobson and concurred In by the entire bench reversing the decision of Circuit Judge Watts Parker who held that Mayor John Skate and other Dem ocratic city officials had procured their election in 1901by fraud had the effect of hanging a pall of gloom over the court house the stronghold of the Republicans and of spreading sun shine in the city hall the abiding place of the Democrats The opinion directs Judge Parker to dismiss all the cases with which the machinery of the cir cuit court was clogged for months and puts the burden of heavy expense on the Republicans rinceton KyAt an interesting b usiness meeting of the Caldwelf coun ty union of the Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of America held In this cty Messrs John Burton of the eastern section and William Sipes of the western section of Cald well county were elected delegates to the national meeting at St Louts May 2 to 8 Both are enthusiastic memhera of the organization Paducah Ky Police officials in several cities have been sent a description of J E Buchanan a wealthy farmer of near Kevil Ballard county who has mysteriously disappeared About two weeks ago Buchanan came to Paducah and drew 200 from a bank to pay for mules he had bought He has not been seen since and his family and friends fear he has met with foul play Louisville KYThe andunceitient of the engagement of M H Thatcher of this city recently appointed gov ernor of Panama by President Taft to Miss Anna Chinn daughter of Col Frank Chinn of Frankfort Ky lone of the most popular beautiful and ac complished daughters of Kentucky has been made The wedding Will take place on the morning of 4 at the home of the brides onMar Wapping street Paducah KyMrs Lum Thompson of Birmingham Ala arrived here and identified the young man found mur derednear the city on the morning of April 10 as her son Luther Thompson 19 years old She also identified one of the suspects who gave his name as Albert Hale as an old chum of her son and said his name was Hlnnison Newport Kyllrs Martha P Hal lam nee Robinson widow of Judge Russell Hallam who was well known in Newport years ago when he was counsel for the L d N railroad when the bridge was built across the Ohio river died at the home of her daugh ter Mrs John Haffler Chicago Mrs Hallam had been living in Chicago for the past 11 years She is survived by Mrs Hafller and Miss Martha Hallam Paducah yT E Elgin who has departmentofW B Kennedy has accepted the position of manager of one of the ware houses in the Transvaal South Africa Mr Elgin has been in Paducah about eighteen months comfng here from Hopkinsville Ky He will leave as soon as his transportation arrives Louisville KyEugene Elrod who directs the parimutuel batteries at Churchill Downs will have similar charge at Lexington and he will go to that city to arrange the devices at the track Elrod is in a class by him self and is unquestionably one of the most capable and most affable men In the racing game in America Covington KyDave Prince Ma Sparksdbank at OrrKy and who operated as far as New Mexico were taken to the federal prison in Atlanta Ga by Georgettenced to jail in Newport trialnMounce assaulted Prosecuting Attor eitey Elbert AVester with Its fists in flicting several bruises a out Nesters face and head Sheri Weddle arid scenedEvansville Ind Brownie Colder a white man was found guilty of mur der at Dixon Ky and sentenced to the Eddyville prison for 21 years He shot and killed William Ledbetter at Clay Ky last December ML Sterling Ky Stephen Wil Hams wanted by the government on charge of Violating postal laws was arrested on Camps Branch this county by United States Marshal Allen of this city Williams was taken to Frankfort and lodged in jail Henderson KyNews was received here that Robert Wynn watchman for the Sebree Coal Co at Sebree had died from drinking supposedly poison ed water from a jug Marion Wedding and Mrs Polly Smith were arrested charged With the crime Lexington KyJ C Milam pur chased from Tames Sitxpson his fa therinlaw a farm of 2fr acres on the Mt Tabor pike The farm is now un der lease to David Wallace Milam intends ultimately to establish there a stud of thoroughbreds i INFEctIOUS DISEASES OF EXPLAINEDiTw ntyFifti Annual Report of Bureau of Animal Industryof Agricultural Department Contains Articles on Tuberculosis and Many Other Maladies The twentyfifth annual report of the bureau of animal Industry of the agricultureclothbound volume of 502 pages con taining special articles and information of both popular and scientific Interest This report is issuer as a congressional publication and a limited number of copies are assigned to each senator representative and deie distributingamong ment has no copies for general dis tribution its quota being required for ltd employees and such outsiders as cooperate in its work The book Is superintendentprinting office Washington D C Tuberculosis in its various aspects APconsidering the economic Importance roodpraduclnganlmals financial loss from this cause is m CSchroederreaus experiment station points out the danger from the tuberculous cow to human health His paper isaccom panied by a number of striking illustrations showing cows of fine appearance which are really affected with tuberculosis and giving off the germs at of that disease in such a way as to be dangerous to consumers of their milk Drs John R Mohler and Henry J Vashburn of the pathological division have a paper dealing with the causa tion and character of animal tubercu losis and federal measures for Its repression The ibureaus field experiments with Dr W B Niles Doctor Melvin in an other paper presents a plan for the controlof hog cholera by the systematic use of serum Three diseases of live stock about which little has heretofore been known namely Infectious anemia or swamp fever of horses and chronic bacterial dysentery of cattleare described in an article by Dr John R Mohler An article by Dr R J Formad presents the results of an investigation as t the damage caused to the livestoc- industry by smelter fumes In the Deer Lodge valley of Montana DrB H Ransom describes methods of prevent ing losses from stomach worms in sheep The of experiments to determine the length of time that phoid bacilli will remain alive in mil and butter are given in an article bj Dr Henry J Washburn George M Rommel in Notes on tho Animal Industry of Argentina gives Information about that country which Is a growing competitor with the Uni ted Spates for the English meat trade In k paper on improved Methods or t e Production of Market Milk by Ordinary Dairies Messrs C D Lime and Karl E Parks describe and Inexpensive methods within the reach of the dairyman by which clean and wholesome milk may be pro duC d The utbreakof footandmouth easq which appeared In November an December 1908 among livestock i Michigan New York Pennsylvania and Maryland Is described in a page- oy Dr A D Melvin After a fei months of vigorous work by federal- and states officers the disease wa eradicated at an expense of over 300 000 to the department of agriculture and about 113000 fo the states The history of an importation of Maltese goats by ire department of agriculture a few years ago and a de scription of Malta fryer are presented lIohlerI1 were Imported with a view to building up a milch goat industry In this count try were found to be affected by Malta fever a disease which prevails to a con siderable extent among people as well as goats on the island of Malta and other places on the Mediterranean After keeping the goats under strict quarantine fqr some time It was finally considered necessary to destroy them all- Other articles contained In the re port are as follows The Need of State and Municipal Meat Inspection to Sup plement Federal Inspection by Dr A M Farrington State Legislation Regulating the Standing of Stallions and Jacks for Public Service by Roy A Cavil The Development of Livestock Shows and Their Influence on Cattle Breeding and Feeding by E G PQultryShowalso contains statistics of the livestock markets and meat inspection and other miscellaneous information regarding the livestock industryI Some of the articles in the report have been issued separately in pant phlet form and can be obtained In this form on application to the department of agriculture I The illustration shows a tubercu- loses postmortem demonstratiqn be fore 2000 farmers at the farmers course recently held at the University ITuberculosis Demonstration Madison hogqholerrl simple of Wisconsin Several cows previous ly tested with tuberculin to determine that they were Infested with tubercu losis were killed and the diseased tissues showing nodules of the disease shown to the farme- rsIMPORTANCE OF SEED BREEDING Wonderful Little Storehouses of Energy Beauty and Utility Bred to Produce Better Quality of Grain One of the most important things which the division of agriculture of the Minnesota experiment station has done for the benefit of the farmers is the breeding of pedigreed seeds J tithekciency along certain desired lines but the knowledge is of comparatively recent date that seeds those wonder ful storehouses of energy beauty and utility could be similarly bred and greaterkgrain That this is preeminently true however has been ably demon strated by the agricultural division which has produced several varieties of improved grains including corn barley oats flax and wheat which are much more prolific than the grains commonly grown and which have In their Increased yield netted the farmers of the state many thousands of dollars These seeds may be ob tamed from the station or from cooperating seed growers at reasonable prices and with each purchase a ce tlficate of pedigree and purity of seed is issued to the purchaser thisdseedsnhave been distributed at first hand to andvestimatedsthe grain growing area of Minnesota Is ndw seeded annually to Improved seeds developed at the experiment station IInsures Success v Good seed good cujjure good crop a Doneh V i l ll x This Fact thatin addressing Mrs Pinkham you are coz fiding your private to a woman a woman whose ex- perlen ce with womens diseases covers twentyfive years FPinkhwomenMan from bail to worse knowing well that they ought to have immediate shrinkfromexaminations of ev nheirfami1y physician Such tioning and exanunaon is unneC eSsaryWithout edit you can consult a woman whose knowledge from actual experience IS great MRS PINKHA S STANDING INVITATION itvitedMass All letters are recelvedopened read and answered b women A woman can freely talk of her private illness confidencebetweenhas never been broken Never has she published a testi monial or used a letter without the written consent of the t writer and never has the om anyallowed these confi dential letters to get out of pOSSesSIon as the hun attestOut Pink ham has to draw from it is more than possible that she has gained the very knowledge needed in your case She asks nothing in except your goodwill and her advice has ho orepoor should be glad to take advantage of this generous yEr ROOTS THAT NEEDED SOAKING Pat at Least Told the Exact Truth in His Application for Whisky prohibitionpermitted to sell alcoholic stimulants The other day a son of the Emerald Isle entered a drug store there and taking a bottle from his pocket asked for a quart of whisky The salesman asked to what use it was to be put and the reply was To soak roots in It The order was filled and the clerk after handing over the bottle and its contents inquired in a conversational manner What klntlof roots are you going to soakPocketing the bottle the customer saidThe roots of my tongue be Jabers Argonaut Storyette 1886 Pennsylvanians Lapse of Memory Forgetting that he had started to draw a gallon of whisky from a bar relln the cellar Ac Hidlay proprietor of the Hotel Hidlay Blooms burg Pa left the spigot turned on and went upstairs Two hours later he remembered it and hastened there He found that it had all run away and lute the sewer His loss because of his lapse of memory will be about 100 From the Philadelphia Record Country people make their own Jam but people in the city get theirs In the street cars A Rear Prodigy7T So you think your boy Is a prodigy But every man thinks his own son is the most wonderful Ibeinc that ever breathed I tell you this youngster Is re markable no matter how you may sneer rye seen him do a thing that I dpnt suppose any other boy of his age could possibly do Whats his specialty Mathemat- Ics Mathematics I should say not He hasnt any more of a head for fig ures than I have and learning tie multiplication table was the hardest work I ever did in my life uIn what branch of science does be seem to be particularly Interested He isnt interested In science at all but the other day a friend of mine who has a big automobile left the ma chine standing in front of my house for more than half an hour and although the boy was playing around outside all the time he did not once climb into the automobile or even toot the horn A Case In Point r t CynicusIt Is Impossible fors wom an to keep a secret Henpeckke T dont know about that my wife and I were engaged for several weeks before she said any thing to me about it Philadelphia Record What Did He Mean Bill What will he do when all the fools are dead JillHell never live to see that dayl Yonkers Statesman Day After Day One will find I PosttToasties a constant delight The food is crisp and wholesome and so dainty and tempting that it ap peals to the appetite all the time morning noon and night Some folks have pro nounced Post Toasties the choicest ffavoured bits of J cereal food producedever Popular pltg lOc Family size 15c The error Lingers Postum Cereal Co Ltd Battle Creek MicJ1tJ S A i j Iy t r j tF l yv 1 r r I ir oi1 4y THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 4 1910 f t f r1 1 t i tffo at i 1J1 yA tfJNotice tNotice is hereby given that all Ice win J 1 be sold this summer 1 Strictly for CASH 4t We Have coupon books of 500 1000 and 2000 Ibs and allow 10 per cent off by buying one oftHem Buy one of these books and give us a coupon when T the ice is delivered and you will save money on Yur ice bill this summer t No Ice Charged 1 SPRINGFIELD WATER AND ELECTRIC LIGHT CO + I4H44ztiI4I IZtZt44H4444 I t SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DO L ARtll In Advance IL L SMITH Editor and Publisher cIDtered at the postoffice at Springfield IYIfor transmission throug the as secondclass matter- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION r OiIe Year fLOO Six Months 50 4jhT8e I011thA j DEMOCRATIC TICKETS LT FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON Of Nelson County fThe triumphal progress of ex President Roosevelt tfirough Europe eontm yes Never in the history of the mud ern civilized world has a privite citizen been received with such enthusiastic demonstrations of admiration and good will a ha Col Roosevelt Never has a civilian been showered by Royalty xwith suchhonors as Theodore Roosevelt Col Roosevelt was last week in Paris the honored guest of the municipality and the nation and where he was shown every courtesy and attention which that past master of politeness and refinement the Frenchman can show On Saturday Col Roosevelt lectured be fore the French Academy of which heI is a member on Individual t sip Altho on occasions too frequent to enumerate Roosevelt has astonished the world by his brilliancy and ver satility yet during his wonderful career he has probably never made a more brilliant address or delivered a truer sermon than that before the learned French assemblage of Saturday Col Roosevelts reception throughout Europe is not only a tribute to a great and a magnetic man but demonstrates as well the regard in which America is Iu Ict Xf IJT now held by the world If Roosevelt were from Chili Peru Zanzibar or Borneo he would not be sipping with Princes and hobnobbing with Kings 20000 fire At Lebanon Lebanon Ky April 30 Fire was discovered early this morning in the livery stably known as the Norris House Mattinglyf considerable headway before it waS discovered and when the fire department arrived the structure was doomed It was an old fame building and th- ames e spread rapidly as a stiff breeze was blowing from the South The surrounding buildings which were of a frame make were soon in a blaze Sparks f fire Were thick and last offer the business section of ithe city presenting one of the most threatening and destructive fires ever kn here n The windlcarried the flames toth e Lebanon Carriage Implement CJ m pattY one of the largest business qon cerns here and completely gutted the building burning a great deal of th e stockiFor a while the Hardesty Hotel wa In great danger and nearly all of th guests moved out but the splendi- work of the fire company soon put it out of danger The loss by the fire will amount to about 2 OOOFlve horses in the liv erystable and two in the stable of the carnage and inplement company were burned valued at 1200 with no in surance Jerry Thornton was proprie tor of the hypry stable and his loss on two horses buggies harness etc is about 1500 with no insurance T A Mattingly proprietor of the Lebanon Carriage and Implement Company was the heavies loser by the fire 8000 on stock with 3000 insurance The building b Ionged to J M Faulkner of Louisville whose loss is 3000 with insurance of 1000 W R Clark blacksmith loss 200 loss on livery stable 1500 insured The Hardesty Hotel loss on outhouses was about 200 t Will Promote Beauty Women desiring beauty get wonderful help from Bucklens Arnica Salve It banishes pimples skin eruptions sores and boils It makes the skin sof and velvety It glorifies the face cures sore eyes cold sores cracked lips chapped hands Best for burns scalds feyI 25clatleaeoeoa0800eoeoeaeae Blest be THe Tes That BindIy runsthe old hymn It doesnt refero to our kind of ties however They C d int bind They slip around under the collar so easily that there is noe binding no pulling no hauling no bid language Bat bows string tier and four in hands all of the same J temper saying character o C Grundy McIntire eO felfetfeba3C3r3etY7tY e jJ SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Bourbon Poultry Cure Is recognized the standard poultry remedy of the world It Is the one remedy that can be depended on absolute certainty to curd and prevent Gapes Cholera Roup Llmberneck Diarrhoea and all existing forms of poultry diseases A few drops in the drinking water keeps fowls healthy and free from disease A Sac bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine Pojr the treatment of Blackhead and other diseases In turkeys relIIeely Bourbon Remedy CoI ILuAt At11eadIM DryM t 60o pe liottla Trial Vial Free h r iali I71 iH I uui4 tk nJlhn Uri uruiityl9- tMarion Countyjt Falcon and Entjeryrise Last Saturday moyning at 630- oclock Miss Sophia Roberts d Henry Boone were united in marriage at St Augustines church in Lebanon Rev Father Hogarty pronounced the cere mony in the presence of a few friends and relatives The attendants were Richard Roberts a brother of the bride and William Clements The bride is an attractive young lady the youngest daughter of F J Roberts After a short bridal trip they will make their hone near Simms the crroom being a successful farmer pf that end of Marion county A meeting of the executive commit tee of group 4of the Kentucky Bankers Association was held at the Marion National Bank last week to select a time and place for holding the next group meeting and to arrange a pros gram therefor Ihey decided ito hold the meeting at Eltzabethtown on June 8 The executlvecommittee is composed of Messrs W C Rogers vice president of the group Horace His Elizabethtown M H Beard Hardins burg and J A Boulware Springfield Arch iB DaVis secretary of the State association was also present Attorney Lev Russell has signed a contract with one of the largest book companies in the State of Missouri to compile the statutes ot Missouri accord ing to hisown system which he intro duced in his Russells Statute of Ken tucky The contract is a big one and other than the handsome consideration he is to receive the honor that is thus conferred upon him is one of which he has cause to feel proud Mr Russell estimates that it will req ire about two years to complete tne task He will leave in a few days to begin the prelim inary work but will return to Kentuckv in time to get out a second edition of his Kentucky Statutes at his work Monday Edward IWhile of Calvary was suddenly tak shortly atter being moved to his home he fell into a state of uncon sciousness in which condition he re ma ned until his death which occurred Tuesday of last Week Itis supposed that ursemic poisoning was the cause Funeral services were conducted at Cal vary Thursday morning at Holy Marys church by JRev Robert McDonald and the remains were interred in the cemetery there Deceased was 40 years old dren and is survived by his wife and threes VAIIEYd Mr and Mrs Tom Bailey and son John Henry spent Saturday and Sun day with Mr Baileys parents Texas The school is progressing nicely un der the management of Miss Hallie Whitehouse Mr and Mrs E T Sailes and son Rodmanspent Sunday with Mrs Lucy Sailes the formers mother- J M Shields and Mrs T W Suth erland who have been on the sick list we are glad to report much improved at this writing J S Sutherland sold an old cow to J S Thomas for 2250 Tom Baules and little son are spend ing the week with his parents at Winchester John Coran and family spent Sunday as the guest of Solomon Kays and fam ilyTheBaules Bros bought a team ot well broke work mules for 500 Several from here attended the dedi cation services Sunday at Springfield Washton account of the illness of his fatherinlaw Mr Swee ney The farmers are all very busy planting corn and the women housecleaning Mrs B H McErov and son Robert were in Willisburg Saturday afternoon Several of the boys have purchased new buggies so girls look out and be ready to take a rid- eSPECIAL NOTICE Of Importance to the People of Springfield The Leo Haydon Drug Co desires to announce to the readers of the SUN that they have been able to secure the agen cy for Parisian Sage the marvelous dandruff cure and delightful hair dress ingThe Leo Haydon Drug CoIS glad to rigidlyiIt curs dandruff in two weeks by killing the dandruff microbes it stops falling hair itching scalp and splitting hair or money back It is most pleasant hair dressinges pecially for ladies as itj causes the pair to grow in thickly and jmakes it luxuri ant and lustrous The price is only 50c DrugIJ TutzI1z1 1v s2 uut tIiu o iJtww itUrL ov tALI MEN ARE WELCOME HEREf iBut young men get an extra squeeze of the hand They + are punctilious know wha they want wont take one iota less 4I We like to serve young men with HIGH ART Clothes because theyre clothes skeptics and our satisfaction at 1 bringing them into the fold is all the keener w r+ A young mans shop is this airing for and achieving + that subtle style in clothes whictf eludes the tongue but fit fascinates the eye t 15 to 25 4f We have other lines of suits from 750 to 1250 line of Boys and Children Suits antw irW Newest Spring styles in Shoes Hats Shirts Neckwear 4 Collars Socks Belts Suspenders etc We can furnisha man with the best from hed to foot ittat prices to please hUT Ask to see our StockNo trouble to show goods here jmI Fio i+ i The ROBERTSONOIAYBROOP INCORPORATED CO i + v SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY + + + + + + W + + + ++ Dr G Ti Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY Air Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield Ky fflce in Hagon Bloch up stairs Local News Notes TOMATO PLANTS nice ones Will Johnsons Green House Phone 513 1 have one room over Isaac Currys Grocery store with three large front windows for rent Apply to S M Campbell j Nice line of Geraniums Etc at Will Johnsons Green House Phone 513 I am now prepared to do all kind of sewing and ask a share of ybjr pa- tronaltMrs CL Price g The Ladies of bt Catherines Alum nae which to announce that they will give an Ice Cream and Strawberry supper when they can obtain the firsts rawberres on the market For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more butl Mr Leo Hayd6n ESTRAY A pale yellow sow with blackspecks will weigh about 170 IDS strayed from my place on Lebanon Hill about March 30th Reward for informa tion of her whereabouts G D Bodme We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 600 to 2000 Good tobacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for pity property in Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky NOTICE The public is hereby notified that the reservoir and grounds of the Springfield Water and Electric Light Co are posted and that anyone caught fishing or trespassing on the premises without a ticket will be prosecuted to the fullest extent ot the lawiH B freeillustratedhandle lands at the Court House on Wednesday May 11at 8 pm Eyery to come outand hear him Mn and Mrs Herman Purdom are being doubly congratulated this week babiesIing arrived last Friday night Mr Geo Mattingly the florist of J1beau1tifulas is of attraction with the fair sex Mr Mattingly has been coming here fo many years and always brings flowe- rthat are readily disposed of NICE GREEN HousEMr Will John comIthe summer will add a neW addition which when completed will make Mr Johnsons Green House rank with the best in the State He now has a nice line j of flowers and plants and is kept busto showing the Ladies of the town and county the idol of their heart FOR SALEA beautiful tone square piano Hinzen Rosen make in a good condition For further particulars call at the Sun Office GOING FISHING Persons desiring tu purchase season ticket to fish in the reservoir can do so cheaper this year that ever bet re Season ticket on sale at 300 with the privilege of having your wifes name or anyone of your family put on the ticket for 100 extra Single Tickets 50 cents Buy a season ticket at Ed M Russells Jewelry store and save money VoteIIf they did millions would vote Dr KingaNew Life Pills the true remedy faggedfeelingspation dispelling colds imparting ap petite and toning up the system theyre unequaled Easy safe sure 25c at Haydon Robertsons To Horsemen I am in the business of handling horses Will breakyour horse to ride and dnyeIPnces reason able Call ands e me at the Fair Grounds BOHON LUCAS 1910 SEASON IIID rEARLY- A handsome black Stallion 16 handS high a high styled fine shaped fellow With plenty of action and as good bone and foot as you would want He is sure to make a great stock horse He will make the season of 1910 at my stables at the Stonewall Stock Farm 3J miles North of Springfield on the Springfield and Bloomfield pike at 10 to Insure Living Colt i EarlysrdSILadythe best road horse in the county At flame time and place Black Giant registered10 to Insure a Living Gilt Lien retained on all colts to secure service fee Money due when mare isi atockAlcresponsible should any occur Yfiir Patrtnagt StlicittaV A B Hundley Bouncing Connought This fine Imported English Hackney make the season of 1910 at the Fair Grounds Springfield Ky Season fO Money due at time o service Bring your good mares and raise good colts at little cost t I am also prepared to tram trptting horses References The HonB hJohnson of Bardstown and McKenna- Bros Fairfield Ky Your patronage respectfully solicited John H Purdy poA touch of rheumatism oralw ngeof neuralgia whatever the trouble IS awaytheplaint quickly First application gives relief Sold byall druggists Pumps Tinning Plumbing i For all Kinds of Tinning and Plumbing i 411fcall on HATCHETT McPHERSON We do your work promptly All work Guaranteed II Leave orders at Barber Pettus Hardware Store and they will receive prompt attention t J k 4iSiHESPIlINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 1910 tI YOU CAN GETI BreadI oclock of morn down town try one of our GRAPE JUICES i hI 4 0W V STALLARD D D S I SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH Pain or Danger Done In this office Is first I3iOver McElroy Shaders GrocerySg fi OO oQoaoa Q D ra 0 0 Visitors In and Out of TownA Q Round Up ofthe Weeks i 0 Personal News t a f 00800000000000 r r Dr W F Trusty visited in New Hope last week i Chas Bohon and Miss Virginia 4 Lisleof Lebanon visited week t Jas Spalding of Lebanon spent 4 yesterday here J A Johnson has returned home i from a trip to Richmond Ky Robert Noe and Marshall Duncan attended court at Lehanon last Friday iH B McEbrov and Lee Van Arsdale were in Lebanon Friday Lonhie Campbell and Tommy Colvin were in Lebanon one day last week r Jas O Waters of theP R R Company Louisville attended the dedi cation of the new Baptist church Sun cay 44Miss May McGill and Mr James Spalding of Lebanon spent Sunday here f Evan Hagan was in Lebanon Sun arday Miss Alma Spalding has to herhome in Lebanon afterreturnedI to Miss Margret Hagan rMr George Tong who formerly tf lived here but who has been making his horne in Lebanon the past few years hjs moved his family here to make their home 69 And your order will be promptly attended toiand delivered BRO1I KATIE HERTLEIN lWhen andinstasadvertised QQIs1e TELEPHONE i Rogers Gore formerly editor of the SUN was the guest of Judge and Mrs Thurman Monday night Mr and Mrs Hugh L CElrOy of Kansas City are viSitingtheirrelatives here Charlie Cooper of Louisville spent several days here last week Misses Myrtle and Bessie Camp bel and Dr W V Stallard were jn Lebanon Monday Mrs Charlie Brown of Bloomfield was the guest of friends here Sunday Mrs Grume of Woodlawn spent Sunday with Mrs Lizzie Mclntire Tom Hamilton of Fredricktown was in town Monday GC Batcheldor of Bloomfield spent Wednesday with Jim Hayes Taylor MissCalhVBean of St Marys is the guest ot friends here Roy Wiggington and sister Mis Lela of Bloomfield visited Mrs Georg- Bodine Saturday and Sunday Powell Boulware of Danyille spent Saturday with hisjfather here Mr and Mrs J D Rapier of Bardstown have rjeturned home after a short stay here Mr Evenng of Louisville spent several days here last week flMrs Joe A Mudd of Chicago Ill is the guest of friends here Mr and Mrs T W Simms Sir were in Louisville Thursday J RJ Mayes has returned home from a trip to Fla Misses Margaret Hagan Annie Cooper Jqlia Parrott and Lucille vireen attended the SpaldingHagan wedding at Lebanon Thursday Mrs brume ot Bloomfield spent Sunday here Dr Earnest Crume of Fredrick town spent Monday here Mrs W E JBelecman entertained Dr Prestndge during the time he was here attending the dedication of the Baptist church Mrs Setecman had for lunch with Dr Prestridge Dr Everett Gill Dr McLaughhn and Rev W H Williams r JwiI tPiiiiIiiii i1FlrS tilft 9 ft ilsA Ynil I Summer Comfort1 IINow is the time to prepare your home for Summer Comfort during the hot and sultry days Leaclp man Campbellcan furnish you ajnything you may need for the purpose at paces I1 that will appeal to everyone t V f Porch Lawn Chars Settees 1 I From 1 0up I SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS from 100 up ISCREEN CLOTH IN ALL WIDTHS I Leachman Campbells I 1 Furniture Store Ji Miss Mary Leavel was the guest of Mrs Bruce Edelen at Lebanon Mon day Rod Crume of Woodlawn was the guest of Dr and Mrs Hyatt last week Mrs Kate Williams is in Louisville attending the Baird millinery opening Mr and Mrs Fleece Bosley were the guests of Mrs Porter Myers at Lebanon Monday Rey W H Williams was in Dan ville the first of the week tessrs Logan Bosby Bob Bland Hefferman Rubel of Lebanon were in town Sunday Dr W V Stallard and Messrs Theo Campbell H M Moss anJW M Hagan went to Danville and Harrods burg in Dr Stallards Auto Sunday Dr Spenser Wright spent Monday hereAmong those who came from a distance to attend the Dedication were Mr and Mrs Andrew 0ffutt Mr Will Rogers and Mrs Evan Rogers of Lebanon Mrs J C James ofHar rodsburg Miss Mattie Scott of Dan ville Mr and MrS W D Claybrooke and baby returned home yesterday from A bama where they have been for several weeks Thev were accoir panted home bv Mrs Claybrookes rather Mr Butler of New 4ope Ala j VALLEY HILL Ed Piles of Missouri has returned to his home after a brief visit to his moth er Mrs S Piles of this place Mr and Mrs T B Janes of field were guests of M Reed and wifei Saturday and Sunday Several from this place attended the show in Springfield Tuesday evening ojf last week Miss Ollie Whittington of Rock Falls Ills is visiting W T Beam and moth er of this place C F ONeal spent a few days this week with his parents here before re turning to Newport Mr and Mrs Thos Virgin of Maud were guests of relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Mrs Montgomery Reed hasrecovered from her recent serious illness Mrs W F Moran was the guest of friends in Springfield Thursday WillVanDyke of Lltsey visited his a friends here last weeK Woodlawns teeweek endrC Po Goatly suffered avery painful injury lastty eek A sharp limb stuck ting the flesh and WhilecuttinfOOd the drum Mrs Palmer gene Goatly of this place will visit rel atives near Louisville this week end Nearly everybody from this section attended the dedication services at the Baptist church Springfield Sunday Much interest was manifested much liberality displayed much dinner con sumed in E D Kelly lost a valuable mule a fe days ago from unknown causesbRobert Vivian and Bradley Tatu riiSundayI order of the day in this section rableWorms i nd blight are playing havo with tobacco beds in this neighborhood Ifthebruise about the nose and eye a few days ago from a baseball while at school pJayinJI We certainly rejoice in the a number of correspondents responded in a pleasing way in last weeks Sunn and hope for a continuance of the same good work Success to the Sun Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will clear the sour stomach sweeten the breath and create a healthy appetite They promote the flow of gastric juice thereby inducing good gestion Sold by all druggists How to lure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff We desire to say that when we took the agency for ZEMO we were convinced that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples and dandruff Yet we mnst frankly admit that Zemo has tar exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases We are pleased to state that we shall continue the agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Qur custom ers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for external useSZEMO effects its cures to the surface of the skin and destroy ing the germ life that causes the dis ease leaving the skin clear and heal thy it does not soil the clothing or linen and can be used freely on infants With every purchase we givteta book let on skin diseases in simple words explaining how any person can he ured at home of any lorm of skin or scalp diseases by this clean scientific reme dy V Leo Haydon DruggistJ ii1 I FUIIRMAN CO t I BLOOMFIELD KYI Continue their Low Price sale and a glance over the following prices will convince you that we can save you money u 5Ic II II Bleached Cotton7 1 2c Almost as good as Hope I Brown Cotton 15c1 104 Bleached Sheeting25c I Lawns 4c I Check NainsqqkViL 5c II3binch N insook15c- I 40 inch White Bati te 15c iiJJTess Goods Laces Etc ILook ut our Laces and Embroideries and our White Goodsplain and fancyDress ifGOods and Silks plain and fancy at prices make you glad you came E Druggets Carpets fings Druggets Ladies Tailored Suitsand them in ten Fit Guaranteed Everything Mens Boys and Childrens Fuhrman Co Bloomfield Ky I No Hope for Harry K who Stanford White must remain in the Matteawan Insane Asylum The Appellate of the Court in Brooklyn handed decision whichsets the appointment by Justice Tompkins of the Court of a referee to take on Thaws possible transferThe in effect thatMattea wan is the proper place for Thaw under the circumstances Candidate for Governor f WI imAddams of Gyrtthiana Ky has authorized the announcement that he will be a candidate for oi on the Democratic at the next election fMr is one ot the prominent of Cynthianaand is welf known politics He was formerly meinwof the Democratic Central Agmculture Struck Pay Dirt j A to the dailies from Los Ihompson socketscand as a passenger is a of tateJamesstrike at Hlod etts Tanks in Riverside county Cal Thompson went to Southern Ceiforma as a porter on the Fe Contracting the from the talk of some prospectors le at San the struck out from the grading camp six weeks ago and with the luck of a tend r Put a tune in Your Home CLOTHING I jOur Clothing stock has never been Jargera brands Hart Schaffner Marx and other good brands andour have deen loyer It pay you to look our stock over SHOES inlargeOur Mens and Boys cannot be surpassed Nat 9x12 from 8 up upsCarpets Ws take measures for beliver days I in Hats I Thaw Thaw killed Division preme down recently aside Supreme stimony bearing holds Governor Kentucky ticket Addarna residents State State disoatch native Puilman Sante gold fever Bernardino negro like prices never will Shoes erfoot stumbled across arich goldbear ing ledge at Bioigett Tanks He put ledgeMiningwith his rock They made a number of tests and offered him 100 cash for his locations This offer was steadily raised until they had offered him 10000 cash and he flatly refused to consider less than 50000 The experts com municated with their principals in New York and shipped Eat 1000 pounds of ore Wednesday afternoon they received a telegram to close the deal at 50 000 cash DEEP LREEK Rev H P Hatchett was the guest of Mr and Mrs George Elliott last Friday night lastlgood1time KeYjondaughter Rev HP Hatchett filled his regular appointment last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Bin Coyle visited Mr and Mrs J S Cbyle last Thursday Peter Martin spent last Saturday with his daughter Mrs Belle Elliott Anderson Holdennan aniL wife spent last Thursday with Charles Pope near Lebanon William Carpenter of Stewart spent last Saturday the guest of his son Henry CarpenterMr Martin Mathley visited Robert Isham near JVIackyille Friday lastMrs Corda Wilkison from near Tex as visited her father and mother Mr recentlyI recoy this ery Mr D L Cocanoughpr entertained as his guests last Saturday Anders n Lawson andS m Goings of Junction City Appetite Gone Indigestion Is the Cause of IC bet Rid of It i People go on teringfr9nf little stomach troubles for years and imagine they have a serious disease They over eat or overdrink and fore a on the stomach a lot of extra work But they never think that the stom workItstomach tablet with or after meals it would be a great big help to the stony kIHavdon Drug Co to cureindiEestion or any stomach trouble or money back Miona for belching of gasv t Mio na for distress after ating Miona for fogl breathrMiona for biliousness Miona to wake up tb liver Siona foi h ar1burnJT Miona forsick headache Mi ona nervous dyspepsia Mi ona atter a banquet Miona for vomiti Rg of pregnancy Miona for car or seasickness IFifty cents a large box at the Leo Drug Co Booths Pills cure QnstipatIln25c UYOMEII Cures catarrh or money back Jnst iuclndifigj We have some SUNSHINE for you fici4frj4a SUNSHINE FINISHES Ital WILL BRIGHTEN WORN FURNITURE FLOORS liJoIAND FIXTURES A ADDS A RICH DURABLE APPLYSASK FOR HANDSOME FOLDER SHOWING THE ACTUAL OLORItANDtGIVING SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVING EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSE LEO HAYDON r Springiidd Ky I SERIALar abir The Master of Craven at By Marie Van Vorst Author of JIl1114Iretc etc I I VWVWWVWWVWAV CompanlbYNOPSIBbBasil Tempest worlds greatest novelist and poet refusing to be further lionized cQuntryhomeen by his housekeeper who has disobeyed visitor4 come to England to write a study of the author but more especially to get a havtMagazine if successful Tempest In anger declares he will write no more and rudenessnight he follows but she refuses to return to Craven with hIm and takes lodg Lucyteceves toassistTempest dictates to Lucy who listens pellbound as she writes He calls at the letttotaken her and Induces her to stay over fluid read the manuscript to him CHAPTER II Continued Thank ypu very much indeed I shall took for you thin afternoon Shall 2 send for you or will you walk Ill walk said Miss Carew and he accepted her decision saying iThen Ill mount and leave you here You will simply tell Mrs Bamsdill that you have planned to stay on for a day or two because of your mes ease He shook her hand and getting on his horse took leave of her in the lane carriagername r was n In a mood to wait for her arrival Mrs Bamsdill came in to Lucy Carew with the announcement and a noteWill you not dine here it ran It you are a rlgldconventionallst Mrs He ly shall sit and knit in her corner To Ramsdills presence to her slightly pursedup lips her air was due the response that went to Mr Tempest for looking suddenly up Miss Carew caught a sight of her sister womans face and it gave hers pause Was she a coward and did not dare to take her life without fear of a peasant womans comment Or did the look on the humble good face re fleet only what was in Lucys own heart a fear a dread distrust and a certain shame She wrote a note and sent it in her jsMad But sho could not like a crea dire with no mind or will entirely re lure the fevyor she had promised- I am sorry but I cannot come to will go to Craven tomorrow Ibetween two and three- CHAPTER Tempest so intensely desired what allthatdisappointments he had until lately admitted none To accomplish what he deigned to desire he put out what ever effort was required oh his part and with magnetism and intensity drew things towards him The facility with which things slipped to his hands spotted him Petulant of habit impa tient and turbulent of temper he never waited when his wish for variety was delayed he went for it And snatched it to himself But lately this life had undergone a changer Precedent no longer would he knew be indicative of his future His future Curse the word and epoch Why bad he consented to ac cept one- During the last three days his mind had been resting in the contemplation of gentle things It had amused and entertained him to take pleasure in the society of this woman of another continent whose presence alone was so extraordinary whose advent was so droll and unusual He was with women as with other things tyrannical an absolutist boldly asking and taking pleasure where he chosewith more of the brute per haps than the augel in his composi Lion and a great fund of affection to give and waste a great hungry need of companionship to be filled Except for the periods whpn ho shut himself up in Craven periods of isola tion and fast there had never been a time In his life not dominated by a woman He had for such as himself scoffed at marriage claiming that its douce esclavage would fatally exor cise his inspirations and that he would make a devilish bad husband During this last exile at Craven he had alternately given thanks for his liberty and the fact that no woman was forced to share his miasmatic humors and alternately hated his un cOmpanioned hearth But he was utterly unprepared for t the note which came instead of Lucy q row He road it the look of con teat thought of her coming called i forth scarcely cold onJjli face he re read and turned it over in hopes that the would on the last jage change her cruel mind Then he flogs it down with an angry exclamation and looked out his lonely rooms They had been to him worse than lonely and an involuntary shiver passed over him as he glanced at corners where growingtenaciousof the windowcasing hung a mirror thevividllghtsTempest strode up to It throwing his heavy hair from his forehead gazed searchingthewould tear from it some flaming miraculous revelation of himself rangforPack me a valise and order the motor carwe take the London ex CarltonEither his desire for Miss Carews sqciety was not sufficiently strong to oherger not before acknowledged in his re lations with women He did not so much ao look towards the rosecov cottage at the back of its cab age and hollyhock patch as his tutor o flashed by it and Lucy Carew as chance would have it rSheatCravenhill p Lady Ormond was one of those women who are part of pleasure as flowers are of feasts She and her typ thehappiheld In order to awaken what goes in omanythe more heavy footed brother of ec stasy excitement She was a thorough woman of the world intelligent t Ideatoherliteever having known what love was in the course of her thirtyodd years The nearest approach to reality had been her sentiment for the man to whom for several years she had given her time and her society with whom fash naturecouldTempest without broadening were i as narrow as a hair it mustexpan or break and Letitia Ormonds ha expanded to its utmost limitso f that it created a gene with her a times that actually hurt Tempest had gradually drunk of theI LattytHc Lifted Her Hand to HIt Lips deepest waters she had to offer as she kne it The fact that she ha no more refreshing draught to give him at his imperious demand that he had reached the bed of the stream would have desolated a woman who really lovd But Lady Ormond wanted to escapenot Tempest exactly but the fact Of her deficiency She kne she could never be again to moth what she had been to him and that he could come to her as he had on inally with the like enthusiasm like forceful demand she would anew carried away by his charm a Tempest could not come again their gradual drifting apart she had not suffered she had prepared her ii terests new claims wore ready to a sert themselves and Ishe grew to a cept his frequent absences without proach Lady Ormond was up for unday to entertain some Americans passing through London and standing and the careful adjustment of lights as rounded jay half a dozen of the sought men in London shot look with surprise to see Tempestlmaki his way through the crowded oom her fifeeyes were on her jand half stumbled against a cbaItln h way Awkwardness was fo eign himhe was intolerant of it in others EleltconI n Champagne- It Is said that when Sir Andrew Clark Mh Gladstones physician recommended a patient to drink wine the latter expressed some surprise saT tug he thought Sir Andrew was a tem perance doctor to which Sir Andrew Clark replied Oh wine does sometimes he p you to get through work for instance I have often 20 letters to answer after dinner and a pint of champagne Is a great help Indeed when he came ap fctfi fut nt ala hand Every one has been asking for you GeasmerelWhenHe had been given place by hex with common consent The men after greeting him gradually slipped away all save the American guest who gazed at Basil Tempest wideeyed as one might at a star I have arrived in town within this hour Tempest said Mr Tempest Lady Ormond turn ed to the American knows how to maintain his popularityho goes away before his public have hall enough of him and returns before they are tired of wondering where he is For my part I hate brusque departures I want to be prepared dont like sudden goodbye She held out her hand to the Amer scan and said rather imperiously Will you ask Lady Wjpl red Sales to dance Mr Bainbridge She Is alone over there by the palms thus cutting short Mr Bainbridges heroworship And Tempest tools her up Ilcw eral phrases backsudden returns you dislike them She was femininely conscious that he had taken note of every detail of her sparkling beauty and meeting his eyes agreeably said with grace Your returns are never sudden I mrrexcessivelyThats heard a woman make Come come with me out of this crush cant you I haye something especial to say and you know that I do not understand waitingeShe nodded and smiled delighted to perceive herself glad to see him and that his sudden return without warn ing did not find her cold He followed her across the ball room to the opposite side where a room decorated with lye and orchids gave them a corner planned and set apart for Just such causeries tntlmes as Tempest determined it should secure Lady Ormond sat in a corner of a little divan Tempest beside her Lettyhe lifted her hand to hi- sllpsLe ty I exaggerate In my booksthey would not be worth writ- Ing or reading if I did nut I never really transcribe real lift although they call me a realist You never heard youtyearsdpossibletspeech I am plain +you have even called me brutal No I am speaking realisticailIvo been living in hell since i left London diaIchanged there was something appeal ing and touching in expression usually arrogance and tide Itself The flippant speech his statement would have called forth from Lady Ormonds gavehisBasil you look horribly ill what is the matter You are changed Am I He threw up his hen rather defiantly and l as if to shake oft commiseration Fvo studied my face enough God knows thesie days but I find it the same Where have you beenat Craven Ye Shut up like a bear In hi cafb land you come out to bite I SUp- pose Hush he said frowning Don forj 0bds sake be flippant P am not in any mood for it ivQ had them all isdcan in any way second It I will be grateful She looked at him curiously but not umtffectlonately Ill be as grim as you like Basil What do you want me to feel witserlaughedg tobehaveInmore for me than one lookeeswasoor riot want you to feel In any patio ular way I want to know how you do fe land to act accordingly She started with him at all e ents relattanlsr mastedpasngtomight return after a four weeks ab sense in a little more soothing mood bewiltowrong Are you dissatisfied with lostrceTO BI5 CONTIKTlTjJD rsaid the patient does a pint of cham pajgne really help yo l to answer tilt 20 letters No no said Sir An drew but when Ive had a pint ot champagne I dont caren rap whetkw I answer them or not Politician = Congrajtulatlons Sarab IMPoUtIcianWba difference does that maual Mllirv b e 1 The New Veils OME of tho new veilings for spring are elegant and becoming and some of them are elegant and not at all becoming when worn directly over the face The dotted and spotted nets belong to the first class and the fine chantllly veils that are made in designs with borders belong to the second class These veils are in havipgbrimsfrom the face They are to hang straight down from the brim all round tholgiving the touch of elegance which is maybuybrown blue or ecrue as well as in black But nothing can eq alt black verytatshtonablethat they fall to perform all the func l GIRLS SAILOR DRESS Serge or linen are the best mate rials for girls sailor dresses tho one Illustrated here has a wellplaited skirt the plaits arranged from a wide box plait down center of front The bodice also has a box plait down canto of front The upper part of blouse is prettily cut and joined to fh lower part in ft wrapped sedqi Th collar and cuffs are of bu cherblu linen IiMaterial required Five yards serge 18 inches wide i Bound With Ribbon Persianpatterned pongee touse d for soft scarflike decorations on some of the best new hat b pes of black or dark blue faced witji black The cut edges of this 12lnqh wl pongee are bound with 2lrich blac taffeta rlbbOntftcbcd on by mnch Where wire is needed in the bo it is run through the casing mjhde b the blndin New Foulard In green blue and white a pjileco of printed chameleon foulard is jpne of the best expressions of the seasons changeable silk The green and blue form a shade- background and the whit lot prints over this shadow surface lve an im pression of an equal divIsionI of the three color notes tions of the face veil of net or othe- open meshed tissues cuts no figure With my lady of fashion She resorts to a hairS net t hold her strayin- locks in place andihles her on her wa rejoicing in the possession of the float ing lace blowing as it will about o fapeThere complex ion veils of allj sorts of net with favor leaning toward heavy fibers and rather large dots or figures They are drawn over 1he face and abutthe hat securely and serve the useful purpose of keeping the hair tidy as appearanceExperts heighten the color Whatever the do women are wedded to them an wear them constantly using more care each season fin making th lr selections JULIA BOTTOM L EY CLOAK FROM PAISLEY SHAWL Without Destroying Valuable Material Clever WqmanConstructed Pretty Garment L fromfinda aOne dislikes to cut so valuable an dragwithoute One woman has solved this problem eveningcloakA yoke was made from dull ma thbrought thebackIn front It narrowed to the waist line on cacti side The bawl was draped to this yoke Thfullnessyokethe at by two large bronze gold ornaments on each side of bias fold of velvet withhookssimulated frogs of copper colored braid with bronze gold ornaments on each side New Sows Thejnewest spot for a bow Is at the front pf the bodice Just below the colortromtheof liberty satin It is not full and loose but long and trim The loops and ends are the full width of the ribbon silo are laid out in flat lines These touch up not only dress con Ineonemore colors are used to give brilliancy to simple gowns such as white gray or black i Among the colors are apple green plum purple parrot green turquoise blue geranium red and black with rhinestone center A Plain Tunic easilyk netwayThey reach from the band to almost the hem and are slightly gathered at the girdle line Their finish is a strip of insertion or of ribbon velvet mitered at each lower corner and in variably sewed on by hand to insure drawingdfigure the separate halves of this plain tunic are held together at eacl side by bows of the ribbon tel vet by straps of the Insertion i Wisttrn Canada U ft rain ProdiMr NEVER SAW SUCH FINE WHEAT ANYWHERE Gust Anderson of Maldatone Bask ibeenOn January 16 1910 he writes Arriving fifteen miles from Maid stone I bought a couple of steers from a rancher as my capital was not large and with the two oxen I brought putinbreakingfifteening the summer I put up hay and hauled timber and put up houses for other settlers Notwithstandinga heavy frost on August 12th I had 22 bushels of wheat per acre and 60 bushels of oats Off 35 acres of wheat in 1909 I got 27 bushels of wheat per acre and 1300 bushels of oats oft 20 acres I nevTanywhere We have plenty of rain between May and August and after August seldom any but dry warm days Water can be had at from 20 to 40 feet and plenty of grass for eat tIe The evidence of Mr Anderson i siren because it is encouraging to the man of small means who Is desirous of bettering his condition It shows what can be done and there is really but small limit to tire man with push and energy to become wealthy pa thathesays The quality of the wheat continues to bo the feature of the deliveries In the total of 3378 cars In the February Inspections there were 2847 of high borJanuar3for the six months it was 886 This is an unusually high average and It demonstrates beyond the shadow of a doubt that the farmers in this part orgrow firstclass wheat The crop of 1908 was considered good enough and its average of contract wheat was weatheryseason was an Impor factor of course in insuring ths rhigh quality of the grain and it is not likely that atmospheric influences of so favorable a character will be en countered for a long fime to come The best that can be expected Is that a fair average for a termf years will be maintained Getting Even William aged five had been repel manded by his father for interrupting hidtheir house He sulked awhile then went over to his mother and patting her cheek said Mother dear I love you Dont you love me too asked vhlsv father Without glancing at him William said disdainfully The wires busy Strength of Legs Differ In 54 cases out of every hundred the left leg Is stronger than the rjght HoodsSarsaparilla Is the specific remedy for that tired feeling because this grEtj medicine purifies enriches and suredto sPnng Get it today in usual liquid form Kt chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs W L DOUGLAS 30035O40O5OO lade Union SHOES1IeHW L Douglas shoes are worn- bymorementhan any other make- BECAUSE W llDouglas 93OO and 83OO shoes are the lowest price- quality in the world WLDcaugtu a400- and 950O shoes equal In 6tylorfit and wear other makes cost fast jEgrinlWl JtriceItam1edAak3onrdealerforWLDouglassboes If e MallerderCatalogswiss weareaUOpportunity tt Independent WANTED Ltvo representatives In com munity In America to mllb desired Information antbrainsttrstlonrgroatIadoetriesof rSendease ever Forward Movement Syndicate 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economical treatment realizes their highest tothedren of all ages The Cutlcura Remedies are sold by druggists every Chemtfortheir tree 32page Cuticura Book on the care and treatment of skin and scalpof infants children and adults Evidently NotmThey had met at Ir two years before and were celebrating it by a little dinner at a cafe I shall never forget how we beocame acquainted he was saying So romantic In swimming That was when I first saw you You went Into three feet of water and got frightened graveand wineUstbegan our acquaintance in a watery way it neednt always be watery Washing with Clay A savage tribe in Africa daubs cloth with clay then rubs the dirt out in the river Thats a good deal like using a hunk of yellow soap that is made heavy with rosin and stale grease The rosin stays in the cloth and keeps some of the dirt with it and then your clothes look streaky Easy Task laundry soap the white soap made of cocoanut oil borax naphtha and wholesome tallow businesstakingease germs away Twentyfive years of reputation back of it and still it is but five cents a cake A Real Story Mike Is a lobster announced PatA bringing his fist down on the table Now Pat we expostulated why call him such a name as that I plane exactly phwat t say Hes nayther more nr less thn a lobster Hestarrts out green all roight but th minnit he gits into hot wather ho turns rediJ Hows This asapsaneCatarrh Cure F J CHENEY 4 COToledo O OltlJeyforsatnctaayableA TlIlrooOoactingdIreCtly perbottleTake liana family Pills for constlpatta A Great Surprise PapaRuthie I shouldnt be sur prised if God would send you a little baby brother before long What would you think of that Ruthie Oh papa I think it would be perfectly lovely And say papa lets and me it a surprise for mammaLifeimportant to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children and see that it Bears the Signature of SWzMIn Use For Over SO Years The Kind You Have Always Bought Ambitious Is he ambitious Ambitious I should say he is iHes even now planning for the days when hell be rich enough to start a Rockefeller foundation Its Petti ts Eye Salve that gives instant relief to eyes irritated from dU8 or wind 25c All druggists or Howard Bros BoLflalo N Y The Worlds Volcanoes There are 270 active volcanoes in the world many ofthem being com oaratively small- LrXPOSUItETO J COLD PerryDanlaequaled forcolds sore throat qulny2c and Me Need Care for No One No man is more independent than hfe who can pay his bills Mrs Wlnrtows Soothing syrup Forctilldren Uscthlne Bofttonstbogumsrcdncesin tixmmaUoaallayspacunswtndconaStcabottlaAllthe llvodn cross streets rJ J The Morrow The goMdownAhd the sunshine follows the rain tAndyesterdaysfrownCan never come over again Sweet wife No never come over again VtFcoldAnd JTill the heart which at even was weary and old Can gaySweetTo Its work In the morning ga Charles KIngsJey EI LI + H I I HTLI The Rescue of Injured Innocence By JOHN CARMICHAEL Copyright 1909 by Associated Literary press When Poindexter on a sketching tramp came upon the spot that June morning he remarked to himself that was the most perfect setting for a robbery or a murder he had ever seen east of the Mississippi The fact that he knew that it was not a dozen miles from New York city did not make It seem less so The path below him ran through a ravine whose rocky precipitous sides overgrown with low scrub oak and pine would furnish hiding places for a score of highwaymen Prom where he lay 25 feet or more above tHe path there was not a house not a human being insight although he knew that over beyond the of pines there was a respectable farmhouse surrounded by its prosaic vegetable garden and orchards and that the railroad station on the Shore View road was only a quarter of a mile away Poindexter had not yet outgrown his boyish love of adventure and as he lay there on the moss In the cool shadow of the pines he amused him imagining various tragic and rpi antle happenings appropriate to the frelg4tltfain rolledverhimself a fool He was lying on his back his hands clasped under his head watching the feathery pine branches swaying in the sunshine against the blue sky when a slight sound broke the peaceful still ness He listened a moment and then raised his head cautiously peering around the corner of the bowlder which quite hid him from view of a passerby below Down the patch walking straight toward him came a graceful girl in white gown swinging a broad hat i her hand She made such a perfect picture coming as she did through the sunshine dappled with shadows light falling on ber bronze hair an brlngmgQut every perfect line of her Will You Marry Me Topay or Wil- You Not beautiful figure that fomaexters artistic soul was seized with a desire to paint her She was walking in a brownstudyat first her eyes on th ground as if she were burled in thought but when she was so near to Poindexter that he could have spoken to her without raising his voice she stopped and lifted her face to the sky with a look of rapture as if she were filled with the Joy of living of being out there all alone under those pines and that infinite sky As she stood thus Poindexter leaned forward He could see every feature distinctly even the color of her eyes and he was puzzled by a maddeningly vague resemblance to some one h had met or seen before Who wa this girl and what could she be dole all alone in this deserted spot Suddenly as he watched her her eyes dropped to the path ahead of he and Poindexter saw a look of terror come into her face At the same m ment he heard a step approaching al though the newcomer was hidden fro him by a turn in the path The girl however could see him distinctly and as she watched him coming she b gan to back away step by step one hand raised to her breast as If to still the beating of her heart By leaning far over Poindexter could see a man an exceedingly disagree able Illoking person coming toward her with a sinister look on his fac It 7710 exactly the sort of smile a spider night wear as he bore down on t trampbywonderedlike a tailors model was doin on a oclockinuHa ha he said still smiling At last I have found you Perhaps nosy you will listen to me my Lady Dis dain fThe girl gavej a low cry and looked searchingforquickly stepped up tosher Poin eater rose quickly silently a crouching attitude ready to spring in a moment V The plot thickens he sahsio1 him selfuTaT about never the Unjie and the place Its positively theatrical in its setting this little drama The man seized the girl by the wr 8t- Answer me now he said Will you marry me today or will you not give you one more chance It Youi will not marry me at least yogi will marry no one else A look of madIness came into his eyes and to Poin dexters horror he drew out a revol vertHe could hear the click as the villain cockec1lt Without waiting for any more de yelopments of the melodrama Poln dexter bounded to his feet leaped down the bank stumbling over rocks crashing through bushes and precipitated his 175 pounds of hardtrained muscle on the man who taken un pathThenPolndexter proceeded to pummel the villain vigorously after wrenching away the revolver and throwing It Into the bushes where It went off harmlessly He heard the girl shriek wild butaunconscious of the entrance of any other actors on the scene until he was difdWhen he staggered to his feet and looked about him he wondered if he were in a nightmare A stout the atricalloqking man was dancing up and down with rage the rescued lady was wringing her hands and at the same time laughing hysterically and a little German supporting a large cam era on a tripod with one hand was shaking his fist in Poindexters face while two men were holding his arms so tightly behind his back that he could hardly endure the pain The villain of the drama slowly rose to his feet disclosing a ghastly bruised and bleeding countenance uThereyou middling fool I the stout person sputtered You see what youve done You ve ruined the film and spoiled Judsonn face so he wont be ablo to go on again for weeks Ill have you arrested Ill have you art rested at once sir Poindexter dazed and feeling as If gaffedblanklyOh he thinks its all real she gasped hysterically He thinks its all real Then she dropped a little curtsy one hand on her heart her face wreathed in smilefe My dear pugnacious young man she said you have seriously Interfered with the phor pictureILover I suppose you have about a thousand films as it seems that Mr Gravestein kept on automat ically snapping you during your very noteapparently know the ropes so I will explain to you that lie and I nodding toward the villain belong to a stock company that spends all its time posing for movingpicture plays I am Antolnnette Dubois You may have heard of me And then Poindexter knew why her face had been so familiar He had seen her play a score of times In popular plays on the legitimate stage Mr Cavendish the little German photographer deposited his camera in rubeinschange de name of de blece call It the Rescue of Injured Innocence or alrways get beable to pose for your buot nefer vill you get jmyding s realistic magain as this scene Acty it was to see the Bo strong young man come leablng down de rocks an efall upon de villain It vill take wit youvUlAnd this was the way that that exceedingly popular movingpicture film The Rescue of njured Innocence had Its origin And Incidentally it la happense d her name to Poindexter and leave the stage t t r IS GREAT TRAVELER Capt Simpson Has Circled the Globe Eighty Timesi Tests Ocean Currents With Bottles Thrown Into Sea ahd Gathers Valuable Data for Mariners Salls 20608001 Miles Sydney AustraliafTlound the World in Eighty Days or 80 times round the worldwhich is the mqre surprising record Jules Vernes wellknown romance hafc made us fa miliar with the former adv nture Now Capt Alexander Sampson com mander of the Pericles of the Aber performedeled no less than 2060510 at sea a record probably unique in the annals of the mercantile marine captainhasdeen line and since the when he served his apprenticeship in their old teakbuilt clipper Queen of the Nations a sail Ing vessel of 846 tons tie has wits gnWhen the Aberdeen linb began to run steamers in 1882 Captain Simpson was appointed chief officer to the steamship Aberdeen which was the Capt Alexander Simpson first vessel to introduce triple expan elan engines A little later while In command of the steamship Australasian he began to take an Interest in tracing the trend and j o ocean currents a hobby which has developed into so important a business that tho United States government is about to bring out a new set of charts entirely drawn from his data These valuable records which now fill many bulky log books had their origin In a joke On one of his voy ages nearly 30 years ago 4 passenger was showing bin an Ally Slo per watch he had received as a reward for sending In the requisite num ber of coupons an Illustrated com ic paper The captain jocularly remarked that he would try tp earn a watch also and accordingly had the coupon in the comic sheet manifolded and dropped overboard in beer bottles every day throughout the voyage On his return to London Captain Simpson was surprised to find that many of the coupons had reached their destination and he was duly pre sallied with a watch The proprietors of the paper also printed thousands of the coupons for the captain to use during his voyages The results were astonishing and when he realized what extraordinary distances some of these sea messages covered before they were picked up ho decided to deal with the matter In a serious and methodical why Every day a coupon was placed Irfan empty beer bottle corkqd down and sealed by dipping the neck in molten marine glue which sets hard It was then thrown over board at noon Messages of His Own When his supply of coupons had been exhausted Captain Simpson prepared a message of his own and the padman and Italian This paper was put overboard for the purpose of tracing ocean currents The finder to please forward stating when and where it was found and reap a just reward The captains name and address at the offices of his company were appended The Just reward referred to used to consist of a copy of Froudes Oceana Bottles have landed on the shores of Portuguese and French Guinea on the coast of Africa and in tact in almost every quarter of the globe Many have been picked up by natives who Imagined they had secured n prize in the carefully sealed beer bot tle and their chagrin on drawing the inegrointle and did not receive the promised reward wrote to say I am sory to Insinuate you that tbecop of Froudes Oceans was not trans fitted tome I A bottle thrown overboard ono day near the Cape o f Good Hope was after a long interval found on the ishdian Islands until it was caugbjt by the Gulf Stream and carried t Its landing place Shortly after hid ap pointment to the Pericles 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car meats I 11and service Best in the World via the lUnion Pacific V The Safe Road To TravelF i J For full information tickets etc acdres j AgentVOMAHA NEB Bli f ir i 1t II jP THE SPRINGFIELt SUN WEDtiESDAtf M X4 19JO 000 LiJ l oo oo- L NOBLB DENMARK Red Sorrel 15 hands high fQ ryer8o1d and strictly sound Sired the peerless Highland Denmark fi 8tc1am Ky Belie by the chain iHonhi saddle horse Thornton Star Ky Belle won first money at 3State Far for best brood mare and also first noney for best mare and colt defeating 16 others She is also the dam of tt e sensational show filly weanlingNoWeDewnferkgood feet and leis and an show horse b th in harness and wilder saddle He is a colt of wonderful gameness ind style and pos seMeii all the air and dash characteristic of the Hig land Denmarks His individuality and beautiful form coupled with his po tular blood lines will be sare to produce horses of the highest class He kill make thes a tsonof 1910at s r r 4 20 to Insure a Living pdlt CHESTNUT DARE CheefoHt Dare is well known to the people ofi this anq adjoining couMbw x sone of the best breeders in the State My old adstillholds good Uial not one of his colts of any age of seven seasons have ever beea defeated in a fhow ring by the colts of any other horse owned histseason atI s5 to Insure a LivingColt 1HACkNEYBOYHackney Boy sorrel 16 hands high sired by County Memberfirst protlucegoodQuL 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT I will also stand my Two JACKS at 10 to Insure living Colt Mares traded off parted with or bred to another horse or jack sea son money is positively due Mares pastured at200 per month Your patronage solicited BB LEACHMAN OOOOOCXX POOOOOOOCX3OOOOOOOO CXJQOQCX3OOOOOO3QOCOOOOOOOOO HAPPY HOLLOW The farmers are busy plowing at this placeTolley Griffey and family spent Sat urday and Sunday with Mrs Griffeys sister Mrs Sabe l Joulter and family E0 Hanby and wife Walter Elmer and Douf Hanby spent Wednesday night with the family of John Arm strong Hence Scott and wife one r Pohn spent Wednesday and Thursday with their daughter Mrs John Crdtf and family TT Mrs John Armstrong andW Cud geon haye purchased new rubbertired buggies price 117 each George Keeling and wife and jtwo lit tIe daughters spent Saturday afternoon with their daughter Mrs Lee Settles at thisplace J M Shields and family and Elmer MrIand ndJiWTim Cain spent Thursday with the familybfjohnCrow satItlrdsy Polin Mrs J M Shields and son Erastus were at Wijlisburg Friday shopping- G W Stalhngs and family spent Sun day jn Springfield Miss Myrtle AJrmstrong spent Satur day afternoon wjith ner sister Mrs Ed Hantyr Samuel Coulter and wife were at Ta tharn Sorings one daylast week John D Rockefeller would go broke if he should spend his entire income trying to prepare better medicine than Chamberlains Cholera and Diar rhoea tor diarrhoea dysentery or bwel complaints It is simply impossible and sp ays everyone that has used it Sold by all druggists Not Sorry for Blunder If mv fn nds hadnt blundered think ing I was a doomed victim of consump tion I might not Ire alive now writes DT Sanders of Harrodsburg Ky but for years they saw every attempt to cure a lungiacking cough fail At last I tried Dr Kings Discovery The effect was wonderful It soon stopped the cough and I am now in bet ter health than I have had for years This wpnderful lifesaver is an unrivaled remedy for coughs colds lagrippe asthma croup hemorrhages whooping HayIdonOOOOOOOOOQCXXXXXX30CXXX OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCX9DOOOOO I IRED BIRD 1956 1 this grand old horse by a son and out of a daughter of another son of Cabells Lexington No better breed ing in tne register and no better breeder in Kentucky than this oJd horse When its too late you will be sorry you didnt breed- t him He will serve only 20 mares 30 to Insure a Living Fait RED BIRD Jf H Svery handsome Brown horse 16 hands high and can do just a Iitleitiore than any bodys horse about here either in harness or 0 under the saddle This horse was sired by Red Bird 1956 and is 2ou of a great trottingbred mareby Lyles Wilkes son of George the greatest trotting progenator the world ever saw 15 to Insure a Living Colt ItIJck DiamondsA Grand Y 10 j fCUIIThis bls lull but come and see him you mar nt to breed tpHim another year He is by Kings Giant and first dam is by son of Brignoha andhis second dam is by old Napoleon N The above horses and jack will make theseasoh of 1910 at I tH hurmans farm onequarter mile Nrtheast of Springfield Ky t Mares grazed at 3 arid fed at 15 per month NO STOCK SHOWN ON SUNDAY t 1 THURMAN gi PTEIj IooooooooooQGoooooQoOQOooOoooooooooooQOoOoOOOOQO OOOO ++ ++ ++ iiit rM GREENE 4 Jl have puchaedof Mr Rayrnorid allhJsBrber Shop next to the Walton hoteland will conduct the J business at the same stand I am always r ady to serye in y customers and ask that you give me a siiare of your i patVonage 4 I am agent for the Home Laundry of Louisyiilu and have a Dry Cleaning and Pressing establishment in connction with my 4barbershop When wapting Laundry done or your clothes need fl1oflpg arid Pressing call on me All work guar- anteed1e4M W stt l +z4p- MAUD Misses Katherine and Roxie Wake field attended the dedication of the Baptist church at Springfield Sunday Misses Birdie Love and Emm Bodine spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs Eugene Shehan Mrs Jennie Barlow and Mrs Lev Brown and children of Springfield spenjt Saturday night with Mrs Neal Bodine and Sunday with Mrs Mary Shehan Miss Zora Montgomery is visiting friends and relatives in Spencer county Mr and Mrs Andrew Kirsch and son Roy spent Sunda with Mr and Mrs Louis Kl15chI Mrs Birdie Flaugher and sister Mi Eva Flaugher were in our town ssII day afternoon Mr and Mrs Rufus Coodlet and W T spent Sati ray night arid Sun day with Mr and Mrs ThosL Virgin Mrs Ora Crumfc ands n Frank spent Saturday and Sundav at Willis burg with Mrs Chaileg Mcllyoy Dr pnd MrsJ N Shehan spent Sun day afternoon with Mr and Mrs D H Hustont fromlWinchester Miss Judith Montgomery Mr and Mrs Thomas Reed and child ren ot Booker spent one day last week with Mr and Mrs M Li Troutman Mrs Kate Shewmaker spent Satur day with her son Ham Shewmaker near Bloomfield Several of our littl folks have the whoqping cough but hey are getting along nicely Mr Willie Huston as in Springfield Saturday afternoon Mrs Shannon Cloy of Blodmfield spent several days las wees witfrMrs E E Wakefield Mr and Mrs Luther Kirsch of Jlo lint sppnt Thursday with Mr and Mrs AnOrew Kirsch The splendid work of Ch4mberlams Stomach anSSLwer Tablets is daily com ing to JightNo such grandremedy for Jiver and bowel troubles was ever known before Thousands bless them for cur ing constipation sickheadache bilious ness indigestion Sold bY all druggists TENWICK The farmers are taking advantage ofl the pretty weather and are getting the ground in shape to plant corn The re cent frost ahd freeze killed the t garden sass and about all of the fruit God knows best we must be patient honest and truthful and love our neigh bor as ourselfand God will provide Miss Maggie Smith is getting along nicely withher school at this place Mrs Bertha Lanham is on the sick list at this writing Miss Ella Adams was in town shopping Saturday Miss Sallie Fowler has returned home from Junction f ity where she has been visiting her brother H H Fowler Mrs Bell Lanham spent Fridav with Mrs Bertha Lanham Mr and Mrs W M Jeffers spent Sunday with the Misses Fowler The birthday dinner given by Mrt and Mrs Luther White last Sunday was well attended All repohenjoyable day We are glad to learp that Mr and Mrs Will Logsdon will make theirhome with us this year on Main street They have been living in Indiana for two years past J E Harmon h progressing nicely with his store at this place Call and See him Things cheap John Bess accompanied by his three cousins Misses Ella Rose mid Emma and their cousin Miss Eliza Adaijns spent Thursday fishing Lots of fun and a few minnows Alva Perkins and family attended the dedication at Springfield Sunday Miss Estelle Fowler spent Saturday eve with Miss Myrtle Perkins Ray Loeadon was at Ken wick Thurs day on business Miss toxic Cecil spent last week with her sister Mrs Jim Lanham Will Nally and family spent Saturday and Sundav with the lat ers father Mr Golev Shewmaker- I would love to hear from nfl the correspondents Why dont you lall write Wake up get busy Tellus your dreams No better paper to have them published in than the Springfield SUN Beware of Ointments for Lat arrh That Contain Mercury- as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on scription trom reputable physicians as the damage thev will do is to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufac tured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tern In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo 0 by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by druggists Price 75c per bot tleTake Halls Family Pills for confti pation The Sun and CourierJournal 160 The Springfield Sun 100 per year L5i RURAt7ELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your home as modern for your positiontobe accomplished by means ot our telephone service whi h you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small corn pared with the benefits received Call or address our near est office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for informationiregarding our special FARMERS LINt rate If you aJte not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines over the States of Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated SEEDSOLD1Arc a safe proposition for us because we can buy them under a guarantee that any shipment found to be unsatis factory can be returned at the shippers expense 0c1iSEEDSpropositionforyou 1 I J M TRENTWILLISBUR6IY TEXASI Born to the wife of N trice a boy Miss Rosa Rice and grandfather of Newmarket are the guests of Mr N Rice this week Several front this place attended the dedication services at Springfield Sun day Mesdames Nancy Boblitt of Leban on and A L Litsey of Pleasant Groye are atthe home of Mrs HansonRobin son this week Mrs T A Hayes is very ill at tKis writing Miss Hattie Arnold who is attending school at Caldwell college in Danville from Fri until Monday with her parentsIJohnI Jlaybrooke has been with his parents for a few days Mrs Nancy Cocanougher is very ill Miss Warren of Perryville is the guest of Mrs Robert Milton Mr and Mrs Torn Bailey and son of Hillsborough spent Saturday night and Sunday with their parents Mr and Mrs H J Cocanougher Bob Arnold and John D Peterson were in Lebanon Monday TheLadies Baptist Missionary Sod ety met with Mrs J M Begley last Friday Mr and Mrs J MElderof Harrods burg visited Mrs John Peterson re cently Never hesitate about giving Chamberlains Cough Remedy to children It contains no opium or o her narcotics and can be given with implicit confi dence As a quick cure for coughs and colds to which children are susceptible it is unsurpassed Sold by all druggists A Bill the Paper Must Pay Every line in a newspaper costs the proprietor something If the grocer were asked to contribute groceries ito one abundantly able to pay for them he would efuse The proprietors of a newspaper must pay for the free adver tising if the beneficiary does not and yet it is one of the hardest things to be learned by many that a newspaper has space in its columns to rent and must rent to live To give away rent for anything less than living rates is as fa tal to a newspaper as for a landlord to furnish rent freeEx T Best Stomach Remedy Free It is an old saying thai if the st mI ach isound the whole body is safe because so much depends upon the proper working of the stomach Many persons find themselves witha Iiorder of the stomach which pro duces dyspepsia or a peculiar state of biliousness It you suffer from both stdmach trouble and constipation you are on tho way to very serious disease From just uch con ditions come appendicitis rheumatism skin diseases and similar disorders cause the waste matter that should have been dispelled from the system through the bowels has found its way into tho blood and vitiated it What is Deeded at this point is not simply a violent cathartic tablet or salt which usually does moro harm than good but a gentle laxative tonic like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which people have been using for these ailments for nearly a quarter of a century It cured J C War rensburg Mo ot stomach troubleof long standing also William Voll of 903 Ellis son St Louisville Ky whoi bad the trouble for fifteen years However if you have stomach trquble you want to know from personal ence what Dr Caldwells Syrup PepIiI nameltoItwOIIbeover two million people did last to your druggist and buy a regular bottle at 50 cents orU according to the size you We could mention hundreds and hundreds ot families who are never without it You can never tell when some member of the family wIU need a laxa tive and then no should be loet taking Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin If there is anything about wantSt your ailment that you dpnt to the doctor and he will answer you fully There Is no charge for this servIce The address Is Dr WIB Caldwell JForore IHE HAD BEEN THERE HIMSELF Mrs Witt Dont swear like that George just because the boys hit you with a snowball Dont lose your tem per Cm nothingIjustThats what they wantI SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMNS We earnestly request the patrona of this column to notify us when you sell discontinuethe Under this head all persons who are sub scribers to The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements wheat corn oats and other farm products stock etc for sale or wanted Land for or for rent not included but in ltIT P OBryan city has for sale a team of work mules about 15 hands high Dr John Deboe Kt 4 has has for sale a good cow and calf Ben D Clements Rt 2 has for sale 500 bushels of corn Mrs Wm Jeffries Rt 3 has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 15 eggsI3for5OcK Walls has for sale 800 bushels IJcorn in the year Mrs A L Litsey Willisburg Rtlhas lor sale Indian Runner Ducks eggs 50 cents for 15 iP M Howard Rt 4 kiss for sale India Game eggs 150 and 2 for setting of 15 ILittle Charley Martin has for sale shiigar cain seed cheep Mrs GN Willett Rt 2 has for sale Single Comb Brown Leghon eggs Forbes strain first pen headeo by Teddy 2ond 150 oer setting of 15 2ppd pen 100 per setting Both pens are headed by prize winnersSMrs J S McElroy City has for sale Black Minorca eggs 50 cents for 15I W M Young city has for sale good white seed corn saleIfor 15 saJeSfor 15 from yard SOc Grundy Home Rt 2 has for sale two extra nice Light Bramuna cockerel clso eggs from choice stock penned 1iper setting of 15 Premium Stock Mrs Kent Blandford Rt 5 has for sale Indian Rurer Duck eggs 12 for 75 cents Mrs Kate Litsey Rt 31115 for sell C B Leghons and S B Orpht mgton eggs for sale 100 fqr 15 Loyd Jr has for sale Pure Bred Pekin Duck eggs 1 for setting fo 15 Mrs Sam Tucker Rt lhas for sale penJI75forLebanonhasCockerels from first prize winners- Toledo Poultry Show DeGraffe strain at SOc each Eggs from pen 75c for 15 TA Grundy Rt 1 has forsal from 150 to 300 cedar posts Will sell real onableD B Wilson Rt 3 has for sale about 2QOO hickory split tobacco sticks TJ Graves Springfield has fet WttrMapleo nrW F Trusy0 Practical Dentist 1 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work reasonable prices i1n 1ftlceBLAKEvInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY v rLife Fire and Accident DR M W HYATTJ OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORED SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS t1030 to 12 m 4 to 5 plJJ IDr JC Mudd t SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY c jr OffiecHours8to9AM1toM J HLAMPTON ii DiT SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House i r f Office phone No 5 Residencfe No33 rr d 1LSCOTT MAYES SATrYATLAw Springfield Ky v Mii1nito5andadjolnlnwcounties and Federal Courts t C C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky v Will practice in all State and Federal CourtaT W D CLAYBROKE ii I ATTYATI2AW U SpringfieIdKyt t Wlllpractfce In tne courts of W shinrtoii counties and In the courts ofJLMt peals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Y Springfield Ky ji Office in Robertson Building shiagtoltIUlda SI M CAMPBELL r ti AUCTIOrlEJER 1Springfield6 apeciiyWillable Phone 84 H M BRIJSSELL AUCTIONEERLebanon Cryingof public sales a specialty Caa cry sales anywhere cheaper than the cheapest Phone 1 1 short Lebanon ExchangeS f JOHN Y MAYES i funeril Director AndfLicensifd Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCI r J Best Attention ii Every courtsey shown i Hmdsome the of Caskets and Urial RtkM Telephone Day isi Night 74 TMEWHll6REATESTSEWIHiMACJIIIi LIGHT RUNNING oM i n 1hou want eI therVlbraUnc8httUi iatUiuUoor ewistL iJTIIEIIEWIfIMf MASINIPt111WM Orns MMta iauysew1sMacbineg we miUfc to tuMiHiU et quklitr but the New Wease is M4c w r Our guaranty never run5ee U field fcy aatkerlzed dealesi pif rca sMzw EdM Russell i