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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii k ik- I4q J mbt rinfieth t1 f t tI nn t i rirtrVJ JN tr f DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY j1 t ttl i1t4tt L l i 4l t t j l YOLUME yl i SPRINGFIELD KYf WEDNESDAY MAY II 1lIOIIIHia I SHORT ILLNESS MOVES FATAL t VT Stigall Mrs Cull and i Mrs M yers Answer v Deaths Call Mr W T Stigall died at his home near Beechland Monday jmerht about 1030 oclock Some days ago while on a fishing trip Mr Stigall contracted a cold went into pneumonia which with other complications caused his death after but a short ilrnessI lMrStigall was about forty seven years ofage and had always Jived hi this county He was the son of thej late Napoleon Stigall who died a num ber of years ago Mr Stigall was a good man generous kindly and industrious and hadmany friends who grieve that Ije has recElved the final summons He is survived by his mother and one brother Coleman Stigall to whom his death will be ah irreparable loss I The funeral was held this morning and the body interred in Pleasant Grove cemetery hiAliceness departed this life May 4 1910 at Mbfrnsequently aged 39 years 5 months and 12 days She was united in marriage to Mr J N Cull April 12 1900 iToJ this union were born four children two of Whom preceded her to the home of the soul She became a Christian in t tier early life and lived a consistent Christian life She was loved by all who knew her for her generosity kind ness and Christian service Her last words were How sweet Itis to trust in Jesus She leaves to mourn their loss a husband two children one only Itwo months old one stepdaughter an aged ndsamted mother who was una ble tottethe funeral three sisters six brotben and a host of friends The Christian churcn of Mackville his lost a valuable member the husband a tloving wife the children an affectionate mother and her godly mother Mrs Susan A Chca ham a precious daughter Thiair loss is heavens gain The funeral services were conducted by the wri ter in the Mackville Christian church WA WOLFE MrsWW Myers about 80 years of age died at the home of her husband in the Pleasant Run neighborhood last Wednesday morning after a protracted billnessces were conducted Friday morning HatL Purdom after which the remains were interred in Bethlehem cemetery The deceased was a devoted member of the Baptist church and was a most es timable Christian Jady She was united in marriage to Mr tnamewas devoted to her family and she is survived by five sons John Porter James Charlie and Robert Myers and by five daughters Mrr Porter Smith Mrs t a y Campbell Mrs IIermanI Hays Mrs Maggie Litsey Lilhe Myers She is also survived two brothers Jeff and Hardiii byI and two sisters Mrs Luyisa Thurman and Mrs Nannie Lankford Many friends extend heartfelt sym pathy to the bereaved family Why Salves raji to Cure Eczema Scientists are now agreed that the eczema germs are lodged not in the Qut er skin or epidermis but in the inner skin Hence a penetrating liquid is required nbt an outward salve that clogs I ith poresi YJe recommend all eczema patients tficrstandard prescription Oil of Wirifer green as compounded in liquid form known as D II D Prescription A trial bottle of this D D D Prescrip tion at only 25c will mstantly relieve the itch We have sold and recommend ed this remedy for years and know of wonderful cures from its use We rfc commend it to our natrons THe Leo Haydon Drug C- oRemarkablea Longevity reTnarkable case of longevity ts ii teetrated inthe family or Je McDi n hivingt H1 rEohisVii iptlienear ToJll A t 1 A 1 the Fair Groupds The of Mr McDonough who is eightynineI years of age his wife eightytwo and a sister of Mrs MeDoriough seventy eight years of age Two hundred and fortynine years an average of eighty three years Certainly a fine showing especially when hcan be said of this remarkable people that they are wonderfully self helpful strong active and industrious Mrs McDonough and her sister have never been separated during their long lives and ince Mrs McDonoughs mar age the family huve occupied the house in which they now hive Bards town Standard D pERBYBY DONAU f Crowdof Forty Thousand People See the Famous Race Run The Kentucky Derby one the most noted ot American races was run yes terday at beautiful Churchill Downs and won byDonau in the excellent time of 206 25 tor a mile and a quarter The finish was as close and exciting as one could wish the first four horses be ing but noses dpart Joe Moiris Fight ing Bob and Boo la Boolu finished be nd the winner in the iorder named onau is a Woolsthorpe dolt and is the property of William Gert a brewer of emphis Tenn His victory was wit by probably the largest crowd which has ever seen this turf classic decided the number present being esti mated at from 40000 to50000 people The numbers this year were swelled by the free fieldan innovation in this country copied from the English Dis appointment was felt because of the withdrawal of Waldo the favorite ands the horse which as to class far ex ehledihe the other entries A STRIKINGI COINCIDENCE These Gentlemen Take the SUN f and Providence Blesses 4Them P B Prather one of our prosperousr farmers who resides near w in our office this week renewing his subscription to the SUN related some surprising stories of the unusual good fortune that has fallen to his lot this s He has three sows which have g Rivenpast few weeks Two of them gave irth to eleven each and one fourteen One of the piggieshad but a single ear e has also thirty six ewes which have given birth td fortynine lambs Mr P srathersaysto rtiseali of them so far and dont be beieve bis resalts can be beaten W T McNabb who Jives on the old mtormsty nearMr McNabb says that he has one and lonehalf acres already set out and that hhas enough plants of sufficient size toet out fifteen acres and will not lose any time in Setting them out Who can beat thisI Taken Suddenly III f Mrs Richard Boblltt is quite ill at the home of her daughter Mrs Lev Browr Yesterday Mrs Boblitt was spending the day with her daughter and was apparently in her usual health when she was suddenly stricken withsome thing like paralysis but which the doctor have pronounced is not paralysis Mrs Boblitts body and limbs were not affected but she was rendered speechless and has not been able to speak since yesterday She is resting better this morning but is still at Mr Browns not being able as yet to be removed Simms Simons News was received yesterday of the marriage of Miss Callie Simms daugh thr ofcMr and Mrs Torn L Shams of Stem Court to Mr Charles L Simons of Green Bay Mich The wedding occured at Sari Jose Cat The groom is a young business man of Chicago The bride is a well known young woman Times Mrs Simons Was born and raised here and made her home near Springfield until a few years ago when hes family tnoved to LouisvilleI ThI Sum an CourierJournal gl5f t t INTERESTING REMINISCENCES Of Long Run Correspondent Concluded This Week Moreof- The Perryville Battle Continued from last week While we were getting the names from the monument for friend A Law on of Rockwai Txasall of our qom any except Will and Iwent to Walkers Cave some quarter ot a mile over on Chaplin River but we soon tol lowed on The cave is in the cliffs of the river and is inhabited at present by a family of red foxes which can pass through an underground passage from the cave to a sink hole some sev entyfive yards in an adjoining fields Our hunter friend said these young ones could easily be trapped It was oyer these cliffs that Gen Cheathams veteran troops climbed as they came from the then dry bed of Chaplin Riyer and so vigerously did trey attack Gen Jack sons raw recruits that a complete rout followed We are now near the extreme right of the Confederateline and where severe fighting was donetThere was not then even a road where the presenc turnpike runs We came mQnumentlYhere old chimney the house was burned soon after the war in which a lonely old woman perished Accciding to instruc tions given by Mr Sam Bottom from this point we stepped due North sixty one feet then eighty two feet due West which is to the irpotGen James S Jackson ofUnion coun ty Ky fell shot through the left breast He Tfof the Federal Line It was fortunate for the Confederates that Jacksonsthen were raw recruits for if they had been seasoned to battle the results would probably have been very different For years a pileof rock marked this spot but was long ago for some causeu probably cultivation removedIWe are now skirting the North W sIra edge of the field along the public oad towards Martins Schoolhouse It should be remembered we are still looking for war relics often you see onet stoop to pick up what seems to be a ball but in reality is a small rock We are how4near what was known as theCroscoads some hundred and fifty yards North West of the Russell House near where Mr Jerry Gibson now lives The marks of the old road can yet be plainly seen Up this road the Federals came from the directions of Stewarton a hill ide near this road was a thicket in the Confederates were concealed and poured out such a desolating volley into the ranks of the enemy Will says a few days after the battle he saw the tops of these bushes which were litterally mowed off byo bullets On his spot we found a of balls We are nOW near fi Reldthat Bro Johnnie Key is missing And what has become of him Whether some ghostlike torm that perchance for long years hovered over this field spiri ted him away I Or has the good Bro been caught up like Elijah of old Or has he just become separated from his companions We will leave the renders to judge So while we watch and wait for him we loolf over and count our relics We flail we have ninetyeight ounce balls a number of small ones grape and cam ter shot pieces of bomb shells a few musket caps with three flint rrow heads These flints are of more than ordinary interest Not only but1representot war the chase- with their domestic utensils and earthen fortification tell us While we are waiting we will tellour readers more about the battle The army of the Ohio was commanded by Maj Gen Don Carlos Buell but only the divisions ot Brig Gen F B Mitch ell Brig Gen Philip Sheridan with Rousseaus and Brig Gen Jacksons divisions fought the battle of Perryville with Maj Gen Thomas L Crittendens corps on the extreme right of the Federal hneV ana not in the battle The Army of the Mississippi was commanded by Maj Gen Braxton Bragg consisting of fortyfive thousand men but only three divisions of four Brigades each consisting of Cheathams on the right with Buckner and Anderson on the left Withers Division having been detached t THE MAN BEHIND THE PLOW IBY SE KISEB Theres been a lot to say about the man behind the g And folks have praised him highly for the noble work hes done He won a lot of honor for the land where men are free It was him that sent the Spaniards kitin back across the sea But hes had his day of glory had his little spree and now Theres another to be mentioned hes the man behind the plow A battleships a wonder and an army mighty grand Theres something sort o thrillm jn a flag thats wayin high And it makes you want to holler when the boys go marching by But when the shoutinsover and the fightings done smehow f J We find were still dependin on the man behind the plowtIn all the pomp and splendor of an army on parade And through all the awful darkness that the smoke of battles made In the halls where jewels g kttet and where shoutin men debate jIn the places where rulers deal out honors to the great There is not a single person whod be doln bizness now Or have medals ifit wasnt for the man behind the plow Were abuildin mighty cities and were gainjri lofty heights Were a winin lots of glory and weresettin things to rights Were ashowm all creation how the worlds affairs should run Future menll grze in wonder at the things that we have done And theyll overlook the feller just the same as we do now Whos the whole doncerns toundationthats the man behind the plow in compliance with the request of Gen Smith to report to him North of Ken ik River where two thirds of the Rebel Army now is thus leaving three divisions or about seventeen thousand men to cope at dangerous odds against them with nearly the whole of Buells army The line of battle was seven miles long by two miles wide but only hard fighting was done between the Springfield and Perryville turnpike on South and the John Hart farm on the North Beyond these points it was very On Saturday and Sunday ct 4 and 5 1862Gen Bragg and his enerals were busy choosing the grounds and makingarrangemts for the battle hey had possession of two fine springs the only good fountains of water in the neighborhood as there had been adrouth for many weeks Gen to sayUthe ground he BrattwasheardI the finest for a ever beheld On Wcdnesday morning the eighth nder an almost cloudless sky picket ring began and the artillery duel was sharp and prolonged This with the exception of an hours contmuedI until 1 oclock when the arms was heard which told too hat a great battle had begun which continued until dark and was yet unde BOYlejcounty proper All things considered this is said to be the boldest battle of the Civil War Col Curran Pope was fatally wounded from which he died Nov 5 1862 The battle ground embraced five- ro six hundred acres and was owned mostly by Mr John Russell and Air Henry Bottom During the battle Gen Buells headquarters were on the Spring field and Perryville turnpike on the Eestern edge of what is known as the ld Bottom farm while Braggs head quarters were said to bs on the Craw ford farm below Perryville on Chrplin iver The casualties in the Army ofI Ohio were 45 killed 2849 wounded and 515 missing The casualties of the Army of the Mississippi were 510 killed 2635 Wounded and 251 missing We are under obligations to Mr andIgave us want to thank Masters Loggie and Mandiville Elliott for their friendship that day Our visit now seehis to be complete while the long slanting rays of the Western Sun plainly tell us night is coming on so we retrace anIENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED Weddings of Social Interest fo Take Place Early in June + Mrs Thos W Simms Jr has announced the engagement of her daugh ter lag et Chapeze Simms to Mr W Heffernan Rubel of Lebanon the wed dinS to be solemnized June 2dIThis engagement is of inttrest as the contracting parties are members of old families and are widely acquainted and extremely popular in society circles in Central Kentucky The bride to be is the oldest daughter andIson of Mr John Rubel of Lebanon Judge F Boone Rapier announces the engagement of his daughter Nancy A to Mr Will 0 Stiles of this city The marriage will be solemnized on Tuesday May 31st Miss Rapier is one of Bardstowns most charming young ladies Beautiful and accomplished she has been a social favorite since her graduation with high honors trom Lo retto Academy a few years ago Mr Stiles is a prosperous young business gentleman of this city Bardstown Standard Botn Miss Rapier and Mr Stiles are well known in Springfield having made frequent visits here Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will clear the sour stomach sweeten the breath and create ahealthv- aPpetite They promote the flow of gastric juice thereby inducing good gestion Sold by all druggists iooooooaGoO oeoeOI Doctors Point Out I this harmacy as one where their prescriptions are compounded with absolute accuracy and the purest ofIdrugs When medicine is needed in e your house therefore youll do well to have us prepare it Then youll Q be sure of not defeating the doctors o efforts to maJcepthe sufferer well Think that over I LEO HAYDON S uTHE PRESCRIPTION STORE o e Q iaotixiaoOoOxraOoQosDDsQO e I Bracelets That Please 5 the refined woman are those whose workmanship is fine designs new 0 and unique precious stones set in a he latest fashions diamonds of pure I water full of fire and brilhancy I rubies of pigeon blood color and sap phires opals and all kinds of gems that are the finest that can be secured Q Thesa you will always find Q at Russells- a JJEWELERo I xOUOOOOfcISpiUODl CLIPPIN6SFROM OUR EXCHANGES Philosophy and Comment GbcM Bad and Indifferent Wnot change its name from tbfVState Board of Equalization to the Estate B ardof Elevation Hartford Herald They say the proper way to reach aa mans heart is to cater to his appetite Agirl who can play a piano and agitate the atmosphere promiscuously may make a finer parlor ornament but the damsel who can grease the griddle and turn two flapjacks at the same time Ia the piece of household furniture riot tieuptoBlue Grass Clipper KeitickyTeachers cigarette smoking among boys which is the result ot one years observatioa piblieOfone year In school and BOS from twe to seven ytars back in their studies I some schools fifty per cent have be ee exorThewrecks as the result and request parr ents to demand that no more cigarette be sold to their sons Ex Now is the time for v utofiX and paint up and make home looki ifthere was a little enterprise around you Take the garden rake and collect all th W rubbish of 1909 in a pile ahd set fire te v it dont burn the house down 41 tae operation and let it bpria up and sever collect there again Then go for that pile of ashes collected during the wie ter and remove It far hence so thicyour yard will look as if some one lived tbar There is no place Jifcehume therefore make ic beautiful delightful encluuit ing and your attachment for it wilibe the stron erHarJ odsburg Herald Third nqtice Everv editor has received them The postmaster is notta blame For thereHls a number by the name of well say Tim Short who sent out three notices to stop his paper He did not want it any longer We wpn dered what was the matter Upon in vestigating our subscription booKs we found Tim Was short 570 He never had pain a cent and yet he stopped his paper as a matter of economy to us A few evenings ago we stepped into the church and Tims melodious voice rang out loud and clear in the old stirring song Jesus paid It all We might f have been mistaken but his earnestness impressed us1The next day we sent him a receipt in full begging hitpardon for not knowing that he had made an assignment his liabilities to the LordE- xCENTRAL WINSDEBATEf Springfield Boys Again Conferred Merited Honors a Lexington Ky May 6Central Uni versity vfbn the Intercollegiate debate with Transylvania University held at1 Transylvania tonight The subject was Kesolved That all Corporations Doing Interstate Business Should be Compelled to Operate Under Federal Charter Central took the negativeof the question The speakers were Lunger Houstoa and Francis for Transylvania and Mc Elroy Ryan and McChord for Central Lunger made the rebuttal kUfoc CentrjL4TfloeJudge Dean Rogers of Cincinnati Laiir School the Hon Deni3 fr 1 Paris Ky the Hon E wFCjckson of Paris Ky President Arthur Yeifteri of Georgetown College Prof Rainesr f Berea College This makes the Central University the champions of the StateJ having defeated Georgetown last year Sayes an Iowa Mans Life The very grave seemed to yawn before Robert Madden of West Burling ton Iowa when after seven m the hospital four of the best physicians gave him Up Then was shown the marvelous curativepower of Electric Bitters eight months of frightful suffering from liyer troubl helpfrombottles of this matchless medicine com peranteed ow50c41 r t1IJ vi1f l4t Jct i 2 T7r I The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Women eyes are the only weapon left her te CWcajco what cause divorce Bum grub touts the army of dyspeptics Poorly cooked food often drives tea to frisk and women to suicide Every hen will have to be taught to lay ktr egg ander an automatic dating tlkmp The comet with two tails la doing Miiy IB fitting past the nature fake tetectors Sam Francisco ought to take that IKtle earthquake as a timely warning be spoil Get lute the new census by all ease All our best people are head g f It Bay your ewa home In the country tad beeevie a perennial instead of a fcaroy aasuaL Paris lasts who are planning pnrrettt the slaughter oP African fawBtt are a year too slow No flgat against the hat pin will Jain enough el a victory to send feml Ue fasMwfci tack to bonseti strings Tfcsre fe o way for thehowce fly a fit arbitration in the war the Chi e ke rti epartment is making on it iUseaers la France who tayed aloft two hours in an aeroplane found tfce earth Still running nicely on their Tturn wMe the pocket wireless really langerwnlJHtletters Poultry farmers can point proudlyI I the fact that so far as dwre to ne such thing as eggfoe on the market Messages from Africa are to the ef feet that Col Roosevelt is as hard as Bails This explains why the tsetse Jfy was stung Science is pretty good but it has tot yet identified the whoopingcough gecna to say nothing of isolating It out iUte small boys reach What M sometimes paraded as a artwarming international romance jpjenerally proves to be nothing more titan a sordid commercial affair Somebody has enunciated the the- wr that sleeping In church is a dis as Well It will gradually diminish aew that the golf season Is coming on ttcldehtally take note that the la test life saving signal which now may wmmon one take a drink or lend a ottar is not C Q D but S 6 S Awoman of seventyseven has been arrested and held in Washington for- maning a poker game Which shows tint one is never too old to enjoy the Ceo old American game One of the latest wrinkles in Ar iansas is to raise large quantities of rice by an improved American Jmeth 04 somethingwiapply Oa e of the oculists announces that few people are able to see things as they are This is perfectly true es jwtially with regard to the ability of people to see things which affect them aI1y A defense in a separation suit a taxi chauffeur alleges that he makes i only eight dollars a day The wife claims that he draws down 110 a week Of eithersum any railway en gineer and most college professors right be envious Swearing in the New York subway waapunlshed by a 10 fine New Yorkers will please take warning and act out of the subway before expresst iag themselves Swearing at fa the snbway is the more economical well as appropriate Texas is coming out strong innany ways and particularly in onfon cul ture Tiat state reports an extraor binary expansion in railroad building development of sections heretofore u- ntIed ereatton of various industries in addition to farming and a big boom im onion growing The Texas onion IMS practically supplanted the Bermu da variety in this country a fact that almost takes the breath away While en the carpet in New York following a charge that be was via Whig the pure food law a manufac turer of breakfast food declared that IM discovered his product through ob serving the sleekness vi his horse while he himself was suffering from dyspepsia He emulated the horse aad as a result is now a healthy man adatsalonbreakfast table The department of agriculture will tire in historic gratitude if Itcan vet up a cook book that will give the check book a vacation Kecent railroad accidents white ttey indicate no improvement in 90 rating safeguards at least give evl dance of a gain In safety through aIOr substantial equipment For fcaias to come in Collision with each ther ten years Igoo r for a section of a trata to leave the rails at high speed 1wOuld have meant a larger aualt list thaa is now the case + MODERN CIVILIZATION IS ROOSEVELTS TOPIC Interesting Lecture onCine World Movement Delivered at the Uni versity of Berlin by the ExPresi dent of the United States Berlin ExPresident Theodore Roosevelt appeared Thursday before an audience that tested the capacity of the aula at the University of Berlin and delivered a lecture on The World Movement He spoke in English and was listened to with the deepest in terest Beginning with an eloquent eulogy of the German race arid its achieve ments the lecturer soon reached the main theme of his discourse andre viewed the civilization ant culture so far as we know them of the earliest pgpples and their contributions to the modern world He then continued At last a little over 400 years ago the movement toward a world civil zation took up 1ti Interrupted march The b clnnlnf 6t the laodern movement may withtJieleriMef bold sea venture whtei culmi nated la the discovery of AznerfcH and 1iecuntoInevltablethat fromallVascoda Intelluprising the great names of Copernicus Bruno Kepler and Galileo show that the fettersthattime experimentation was used as a checl upon observaUon and theorizatlon Since then century by century the changes complexItyboth respects during the century Just past twodominantall similar movements of the past the new movement was shared by many different naUons From every standpoint has been of Infinitely greater moment than anything hitherto seen Not In one but In many different peoples there has been extraordinary growth In wealth In population In power of organization and in mastery over mechanical activity and beenaccompaniedmense outburst of energy and restless initiative The result is varied as it is striking Conquest of the World In the first place representatives of this civilization by their conquest of space practicallyorganlzatlonandquired an unheardof military superiority TOthesethereIsworld civilization a world movement The thedaysthe Terrible has been across every sea and over every continent In places the conquests have been ethnic that Is there has been a new wandering of the peoples upInly of European blood This Is what happened in the temperate and subtropical regions of the Western Hemisphere in Australia in portions of northern Asia and southern Africa In other places the conquest has been purely political the Europeans representing for the most part merely a small caste of soldiers and ad ministrators as In most of tropical Asia and Africa and in much of tropical Amer ica Finally hereand there instances oc cur where there has been no conquest at profmndIypact of western civilization There are of course many grades between these different types of influence but the net outcome of what has occurred during the last four centuries is that civi lization of the European typo now exer clses a more or less profound effect over practically the entire world There are nooks and corners to which It has not yet penetrated but there Is at present no large of territory in which the gen eral movemtnt of civilized activity does not make itself more orless felt This represents something wholly different from what has ever hitherto been seen In the greatest days of Roman dominion the influence of Rome was felt over only- a relatively small portion of the worlds surface Over much the larger part of the world the process of change and develop ment was absolutely unaffected by anything that occurred In the Roman empire and those communities the play of whose influence was felt In action and reaction and in interaction among themselves were grouped immediately around the Mediterranean Now however the whole world is bound together an never before the bonds are sometimes those of hatred rather than love but they are bonds nevertheless All the Nations Linked Frowning or hopeful every man of lead ership In any line of thought or effort must now look beyond the limits of his own country The student bf sociology may live in Berlin or St Petersburg Rome or London or he may live in Mel bourne or San Francisco or Buenos Aires but in whatever city he lives he must pay heed to the studies of men who live In each of the other cities When In Alt r ica we study labor problems and attempt to deal with subjects such as life Insur ance for wageworkers we turn to see what you do here in Germany and we also turn to see what the faroff cpm monwealth of New Zealand Is doing When a great German scientist la warring against the most dreaded enemies of man kind creatures of Infinitesimal size which the microscope reveals In his blood he may spend his holidays of study In cen tral Africa or In eastern Asia and he must know what is accomplished In the laboratories of Tokyo just as he must know the details of that practical application of science which has changed the Isthmus of Panama from a deathtrap into what Is almost a health resort Every progressive in China is striving to Introduce western methods of education and administration and hundreds of European and American books are now translated Into Chinese The influence of governmental principles Is strikingly lustrated by the fact that admiration for them has broken down the iron barriers ot Moslem conservatism so that their Intro cluctlonhas become a burning question in Turkey and Persia while the Very unrest the Impatience of European or American contrpl In India Egypt or the Philip pines takes the form of demanding that the government be assimilated more class J 9 liYStatesSo much for the geographical side of the expansion of modern civilization But only a few of the many and Intense ac foundthelzment has been just as jtrikinr in its con searchingJnqulrylnto Conquest Over Nature The conquest over nature has included an extraordinary increase in every form of knowledge of the world we live In and powezeryneatturies and in both directions It has gone durlnethetnowledgewas not until wellnigh our own times aplnpushedbeyondyear 150 A D Ptolemy the geographer andtheaourcesmore accurate than any which we had as l p fhysical atInguessed until the modern movement began The case was the same as regards military science At the close of the Mid theyhadalwspear and any improvement in them was more than offset by the loss in knowledge of military organization in the science of thedaysA hundred years ago when thla unl versity was founded the methods of transportation did not differ in the es sentials from what they had been among antiquityTrain wheeled vehicles or on beasts of bur den and by sea in boats propelled by sails or by oars and news was conveyed as it always had been conveyed A grad uate of your university today can go to midAsia or midAfrica with far less consciousness of performing a feat of note than would have been the case a hundred years ago with a student who visited Sicily and Andalusia Moreover the invention and use of ma chinery run by steam or electricity have worked a revolution In industry as great as the revolution In transportation so that here again the difference between ancient and modern civilization is one not manyItamore from all preceding cities than any of these differed one from the other and the giant factory town is of and by itself one of the most formidable problems of modern life Steam and electricity have given the race dominion over land and water such as it never had before and flow the con quest of the air Is directly Impending As books preserve thought through time so the telegraph and the telephone transmit it through the space they annihilate and therefore minds are swayed one by an other without regard to the limitations of space and time which formerly forced comparativeIsolaUon with the brain The machinery of the fac mUltlpllelbodUyIntelligences are at work to teach us how to avoid or counteract the effects of waste The advances In the realm of pure intel lect have been of equal note and they have been both Intensive and extensive Great virgin fields of learning and wis dom Jiave been discovered by the few and at the same time knowledg has spread among the many to a degree never dreamed of before Old men among us have seen in their own generation the rise of the first rational science of the evolution of life The astronomer and the chemist the psychologist and the his torian and all their brethren In many different fields of wide endeavor work with a training and knowledge and method which are in effect Instruments of pre cision differentiating their labors from the labors bfj their predecessors as the rifle is differentiated Trom the bow The play of new forces is as evident in thee moral anti spiritual world as in the world of the mind and the body- One Danger of Civilization dvlUzatfonhasthe loss of tIn virile fighting virtues of the fighting edge When men get too comfortable and lead too luxurious lives there is always danger lest the softness eat like an acid into their manliness of fiber The barbarian because of the very conditions of his UfO Is forced to keep and develop certain hardy qualities which tho man of civilization tends to lose whether he be clerk factory hand merchant or even a certain type of farmer Now I will not socJetythesocome but there has been n much more cuccessful effort to overcome them than was the case In tho early civilizations militaryhll1torycompared with the history of the last four or five centuries here In Europe and among nations of European descent In the Grecian and Roman military histor the change was steadily from a citizen army to an army of Mercenaries in the AthensThebesRoman republic conquered what world it knew the armies were filled with citizen soldiers But gradually the citizens re fused to serve in the armies or became unable to render good service The Greek states described by Pblyblus with but few nghtIngfurnishanifurnish any infantry to the legions and cohorts When the civilization came to an end there were no longer citizens in changetrommercenaries had been completed Modern Citizens Armies Now the exact reverse has been the case with us In modern times A few centuries ago the mercenary soldier was the principal figure in most armies and in great numbers of cases the mercenary soldier was an alien In the wars of re ligion In France In the Thirty Years war In Germany In the wars that Immediately marked the beginning of the breakup of the great Polish kingdom the regiments and brigades of foreign sol diers formed a striking and leading tea ture in every army Too often fife men of the country in which the fighting took place played merely the ignoble part of victims tho burghers and peasants ap i t pearing In but limited nMintonr In Ute mercenary armies by which they were plundered Gradually this has all changed until now practically every army is a citizen army and the mercenary has al most disappeared while the army exists on a vaster scale than ever before in his tory This is among the military mon archies of Europe In our own Civil war of the United States the same thing occurred peaceful people as we are At that time more than two generations had passed since the War of Independence During the whole of that period the people had been engaged in no cieuadeath struggle and yet when the Civil war broke out and after some costly and bitter lessons at tfee beginning the fighting spirit of the people was shown to better advantage than ever before The war was peculiar ly war for a principle a war waged by ach side for an ideal and while faults and shortcomings were plentiful among comparaUvelYUttlesuch a giant truggle where across the warp of so many interests Is shot the woof of so many purposes dark strands a a 2rewas corruption here and there in the Clyll war but all the leaders on both and the great majority of the enprmojus masses of fighting men garded and uninfluenced p gecuniaryWealth and Politics Another striking contrast In the course t fheclassic civilization is to be found in the relations of wealth and politics In clas sic times as the civilization advanced toward its zenith politics became a recog nized means of accumulating Teat wealth Caesar was again and again en the verge of bankruptcy he spent aa enormous fortune and he recouped him self by the money which he made out of his politicalmilitary career Augustus1 ee tablished Imperial Rome on firm founda f tortunea contrast is offered by the careers of Washington and Lincoln There were a ew exceptions in ancient days but the immense majority lof the Greeks and the Romans s their civilizations culminated accepted moneymaking oh a large scale as one of the incidents of a successful public career Now all of this Is It sharp contrast to what has happened within the last twoo three centuries During this time there has been a steady growth away from the theory that moneymaking permissible In an honorable public ca reerIn this respect the standard has been constantly elevated and things which statesmen had no hesitation in doing three centuries or two centuries ago and which did not seriously hurt a public ca reel even a century ago are now utterly impossible Wealthy men sun exercise a large and sometimes an Improper Influ ence In politics but It is apt to be an direct Influence and in the advanced states the mere suspicion that the wealth of c men is obtained or added to as an Incident of their public careers will bar thfcm from public life Speaking generally wealth may very greatly influ ence modern political life but it Is n tacquircd in political life Optimistic fOr the Future Mr Roosevelt called attenUon to the fact that hitherto every civiliza tion that has arisen has been able to develop only a few activities its field of endeavor being limited in kind a well as in locality and each of these civilizations has fallen What is the lesson to us of today he asked Will the crash come and be all the more terrible because of the immense in crease In activities and area To this he replied Personally I do not believe that pur civilization will fall I think that on Ithe whole we have grown better and not worse I think that on the whole the fu tune holds more for us than even the great post has held But assuredly the dreams of golden glory in the future will not come true unless high of heart and strong of hand by our own mighty deeds we make them come true We cannot af ford to develop any one set of qualities any one set of activities at the cost of seeing others equally neiessary atro phied Neither the military efficiency of bUSlilieuablUtyto avert destruction fPe the men of today and of the future need many qualities If we are to our work welL We need first of all and most Important of all the qualities which stand at the base of individual of fanilte iIltIvirtues If the average man will not work if he has not In him the will and fatherofml1nyhealthchlJdren pIe wilt go down no matter what may be its brilliance of artistic development or material achievement But these home ly qualities are not enough There must in addition be that power of organization that power of working in common for a common end which the German peotalo have shown In such signal fashion during the last halfcentury Moreover Iii 0 things of the spirit are even more Impor tant than tint things of the body We can welj do without the hard Intolerance and arid Intellectual barrenness of what was worst In the theological systems of the past but there has never been a greater need of u high and fine religious spirit than at the present time So while we can laugh goodhumoredly at some of the pretensions of modern philosophy irt its various branches it would be worse than folly on bur part to ignore our need of intellectual leadership Must Steer Middle Course Never has philanthropy humanitarian- Ism seen such development as now nnd though we must all beware of tho folly and the viclousnss no worse than folly which marks the believer In the perfec tibility of man when his heart runs away with his head or when vanity usurps the place of conscience yet we must remem ber also that It Is working along the tines laid down by philanthropists by the lovers of m that we can be sure of lifting to a higher and more perm tie plane of well being than was ever by any preceding civilization war Is to be abhorred but woe to nation that does not make ready to hold its own In time of need against all who would harm and woe thrice over to the nation in which the average man loses the fighting edge loses the power to serve as a sol dier If the day of need should arise It no Impossible dream to build up a civilization in which morality ethical de vclopment and a true feeling of brotherhood shall alike be divorced from false sentimentality and from the rancorous and evil passions which enough so often nccom party professions of sent mental attachment to of man In which a high material development In the things of the body shall foe achieve without subordination of the things of the soul In which there shan be a genar Ine desire for peace and justice without loss of those vlrlla qualities without which no love of peach or justice shall avail any race In which the fullest development of scientific research the Ing feature of our present civilization shall yet not Imply a belief that Intellect ran ever take the place of cLuracterfof- rom the standpoint of tho nation as of the individual it is characterjfha is the one vital possession j fIt EXPLOSION OF GAS PUTS SEAL OF DEATH TEN SCORE KNOWN DEAD Mail Carrier Who Was Walk ing Some Distance From Scene Burned to Crisp Palos AlaOne hundred and nine ty miners were entombed as the re sult of an explosion in Mine No 3 of the Palos Coal and Coke Co at Palos 0 miles from Birmingham Forty five were white men and 145 negroes The explosion occurred May 5 and is believed to have been caused by as and coal dust So great was the force of the ex plosion that Samuel Goolsby a rural ree delivery mail carrier who was walking on the railroad track 200 yards from the mouth of the mine was instantly killed his body being almost burned to a crisp by the roll of flame that shot out of the mi leIHe leaves a wife and 10 children The shock was felt for several miles and caused great excitement Mn women and children made a rush for fie mouth of the mine and pitiable scenes were enacted v Messages to Birmingham and to adjacent mines in the district soon start ed rescuing parties to the sceneA D Llghtner general agent ot tintFrisco railroad rushed a number physicians mine operators and others on a special train to Palos Rescue work was futile Oxygen helmets were brought into use but a cavein a few hundred feet from the mouth of the mine impeded the passage of air Three bodies were found but no at tempt was niado to remove them No hope was felt that any could be found alive The Paws Coal and Coke Co is an organization composed of the Messrs Drennen of Birmingham M B Dren nen is general superintendent and James Bard superintendent According to the general superin tendent there Is no telling what caused the explosion The heading men shoot between 12 and 1230 oclock and the regular shooting begins at 430 E H Cox general superintendent pC the coal mines of the Tennessee CoalS Iron and Railroad Co was one leaders in the fescue work The Palos mines hav been worked enItriesthat some of the men have escaped and are still alve is the possibility that they were far enough away fromjthe explosion to have missed its It is thought the explosion was caused by the accumulation of gas in someot the abandoned entries COSTA RICAS- CAPITALIS RAZED FIVE HUNDRED ARE KILLED Court of Justice Carnegies Gift to the Central American Republic Among Buildings destroyed Managua Nicaragua Cartage the picturesque and ancient capital of Costa Rica has been destroyed by an earthquake Five hundred persons are dead and fully as many are wounded Among the public buildings destroyed is the magnificent Court of Justice presented by Andrew Carnegie as a permanent arbitration tribunal where disputes between the Central American republics could be settled with out resorting to arms The first news of the terrible calamity reached here in dispatches from San Jose capital of Costa Rica which is 13 miles northwest of the stricken city Telegraph wires are down but rom the meager accounts at hand it is known that practically ail the survi vors are in clearing away the ruins where scores and perhaps hundreds are dying beyond hope of ret cue Thousands of those who abandoned their homes have filled the air with lamentations and prayers From the advices received here the catastrophe occurred in the As the frightened people the streets buildings were roseI to earth and few wero able to places of safety Thieves and murderers yho escaped from the prisons plundered the houses increasing the terror Martial law was established and the soldiers and police had the greatest difficulty in maintaining order Cartgo was funded in 1563 by Don Juan Vasquez de Coronado and was the seat of the Costa RIcan govern ment until 87 years ago It Is situated in the beautiful Cartago valleys at the foot of hc volcano ham yhich is 4930 feet above the level of the sea Although no other parts of Costa Rica were damaged the greatest ex cltement prevailed throughout the re public Hundreds of refugees reached San Jose by the tramway which con flOats the two cities while scores of families encamped on the hilltops overlooking the ruins of the ancient city f v 4 r r 3 t 1 1VERYlMA NV jYl I fO IbwX Oh youre not so manyf vf II guess I am Im one of triplets A Statesman v The Chinese wall was finished DJ do all my fence mending at ilick announced the emperor ivThus he proved himself a statesmaB Instead of a politician h The Man Lower Down jV i The beef trust doesnt worry any iWhat then Is your wwryr The marketman wfio wont truSl Boston Herald lcAn Improvement fYes said the man with the shaggy eyebrows we have a phonograph Weve got several ItaJIan grand opera records and last week I discovered ia way to make their reproduction abso lutely perfect Indeed 7 asks the man with the purple nose What is it v f I rub a little garlic on the record before it is played From Pain to Pleasure a Quick TransP tlon I suggested Resinol and gave a neighbor one of your sample boxes for i child of a few months whose lower limbs were broken out with a rash re sembling Eczema The sample was applied at once and changed the waB of pain Into smiles Two Sara were used with complete recovery In the surprisingly short time of two days That tired mothers looks and words of gratitude were from the heart Geo E Ames D I S Boulder Colo A CrUls- A mother of a pevpnyearotd lad was daily expecting a visit from the stork and found the lltue fellows cOn duct so annoying that hJs father was Icalled upon to interfere Bobby said papa maurma Is quite ill and we iare afraid that if Y u4are not a better boy and mInd your mother it will bring on a crisis Now boy perhaps you dont know what fmy isrOh yes I do papa said Bobby blithely Its either a boy or a glrL JudgeLA Reprimand Mrs Brown was on her way to prayer meeting and as she passed Ute Jones home she saw Bobby sitting ba the rArc Bobby Im not alone was Bobbys an swer Who is with you1 asked Mrs Brown 4 Now Mrs Brown said Bobby imv pressively if you was a good woman you would know who was with me u Only Nine Left h Lee Wyman is an earnest advocate of some plan under which the say ings of children shall be preserve for future generations to read The other day for instance says Wyman my little boy was called before the tribunal over which his fond mother presides Youve broken one of the precious ten commandments she said Did 11 asked our boy carelessly like t Yes my boy Tve said tOy u over and over the ten commandments said Mrs Wyman and now youve broten one of them fDear dear my boy said there only nine left now And Mrs Wyman let It go at thatt Comfort and New Strength Await the person who discovers that a long train of coffee ails can be thrown off by us- ingPOSTUM in place of Coffee 7 The comfort and strength corn from a rebuilding of new nerve cells by the food elements in the roasted wheat used in making Postum 1J And the relief from coffee aUs come from tlje absence Of cetfnnl r the natural drug in coffee i Ten days trial will show aiijl- one e f Theres a ReMnt Clrii f- POSfN IJPf 13HLEADING KENTUCKY jrI MINISTERS ByA LOUISE BABBAGE Ctoverport Kentucky TABLOID STORIES of half a score of Kentucky Clergy men who are well known in religious and educationa circles The hardest job man ever tried practicing what he preaches So smallDumbert making a success of it and among them Kentucky is proud to recognize her citizens who are leading minis ten of the State In the heart of the Blua Grass region the Rev James M Maxon president of Margaret Hall the only school r of the Protestant Episcopal church to Kentucky is practicing what he preaches and preaches by his dally rigbtIteisand advocates that it and Christian religion should be linked very closely together Recently Mr Maxon de dined the position of Dean of the Cathedral of Quincy Ill because lie thought opportunities were greater at the girls college at Versailles for carrying out his ideas along educa tional and broad Christian lines AU his life he has been interested in pub lic schools Mr Maxon received his preparation for the ministry at the General Theological Seminary Jn New York and also took a pec1l course at the Columbia University Michi gan was the State of his birthplace and he came by descent from an old Rhode Island family Chaplain of Kentucky Regiment The Rev Frank M Thomas D D pastor of the Morganfleld Methodist Jckrch la said to be a coming bishop Kentucky He has been attaining 4 rRAMYLV4N VER3ITY ministerial laurels for the last two decades For seventeen years Dr Thomas has been chaplain of the Third Kentucky Regiment and served in the SpanishAmerican war He was born in Bowlhy Green in 1868 and was educated at Ogden College and Vanderbilt University taking highest honors In Biblical scholar ship In 1893 be entered the Louisville Conference and has been pastor of churches in Louisville Henderson and Owensboro Dr Thomas is a man of prestige and besides being a member of many committees he is chairman of the delegation from the Louisville Conferenee to the General Conference which meets in Asheville next May 1Helping Poor City Children Marahall pastor of the r First Baptist church at Richmond Is an author and farmer as well as an onIlug with wIdespread popularity and Its entire proceeds go for the purpose of running The Orchard View F rmuthat will belong to the poor city children of the State Dr Marshall is planning to give the unfortu nate little ones of cities thethimself through the sale of his book These excursions will be happy events Un the lives of the boys and girls too JJOor to leave the cities for a bit of country recreation Dr Marshall should be commended for his unselfish work Of National Reputation Whos Who In America contains 9 life sketch of DrR H Crossfield i president of the Transylvania Unlver sity at Lexington a great minister and a great man Ha pays attention to little duties as well as big ones and has always been especially interested in Sunday schools During his pastor ate at Owensboro he had the largest Sunday school in Kentucky and taught the largest mens class in the Brotherhood in the same city Al though President Crossfield is not In carge of any church now he preaches every Sunday His career feas been short fur he is just forty one years old however it Is crowded 4r wIth many points of rare interest Hf received his A W Degree from 1ie University ot Chlcacoand Ph D li J from the University of Wooster His travels in Europe Asia and Africa have been extensive and brought about his book Pilgrimages of a Parson Mrs Crossfield was Miss Annie Ritchie Terry of Glasgow Charles Henry Prather A young Methodist minister who is very popular as a public speaker and who has attained succew c lit erature is the Rev Charles Henry Prather pastor at Russellvllle He hasbeen for some time a contributor to various Journals and magazines TheJ TaylorTrotwood magazine ac cepfed an article from him not long ago on An Unpublished Reminiscence of Aaron Burr In June his manuscript A Handbook of Illustra tions will come from the press and has been eagerly watched for by his army of friends Next November Mr and Mrs Prather will celebrate the tenth anniversary of their marriage Success Due to Optimism Optimisti Is the Rev James T Mc Glbthlln pastor of the Baptist church at Franklin He has found that Christian living and the ministry is the fullest of happiness and during the past seven years of his pastorate he has been pointed out as a foremost Kentucky minister His church has a large membership and supports not only him but the Rev H W Provence missionary pastor in Shanghai China Dr and Mrs McGlothlin are blessed with a bright little son PESIDEjr 0f Ar Kentucky James T Jr who is seven years of age Winning Marked Distinction The Rev Benjamin McDonald Cur rie has one if not the most important charges in the State holding the Methodist church at Columbia where is located the Lindsey Wilson Mem orial At the annual meetings ot the Louisville Conference it is said that if any charge wants a new church or a new parsonage every effort is put forth to get Mr Cijrrie who seems to have been born a builder He began the building of a parsonage on his first pastorate completed and fur nished one already begun on his second and built the handsomest parsonage in the conference at Clover port and Is planning to build a new one where he is now Mr and Mr Currie are very fond of young people and are extremely popular amqng them for they themselves are young Theyhave two children Eudailey and Mary Currie Mr Currie is ja southern man was reared in a Christian home and spent his youth in prepara tion for the ministry Believes Advertising a Great Medium Dr Webb of preSbyterianjcburcb newspapers So genuine is Dr Webbs in printers ink that lie has launched a campaign of advertising by using paid space in the newspapers Aside from his regular church announcements he advertises sermons special services and hisI music Many Interesting results of Dr Webbs incipient use of paid ad eyexrdepartmentuses attractive llttlo booklets and cards and by these and hI advertisements In the daily paters has increased his congregations from 1000 to 1500 each Sunday evening The ministers throughout the State would be wise to adopt his Idea by using paid advertising In their home papers that so frequently give them kind notices and writeups gratis Does luch for Missions A most trdent active and progres- Sive minister Is the Rev William H Smtth past of the Christian church at Harrbdsbuig Ills charge la thet itroagest ia that cpmnramUy sad the strength of the membership can be seen to some extent in Its missionary Interests The church supports three missionaries one in China through the Foreign Society one in the horn field through the American Society and one in the mountain districts through tba State Society Iii MST the members made a foreign rills Ion ary offering of 800 r r Smith re ceived his education from the best colleges and took a postgraduate course at Yalo University where h remained three years receiving the degree of Master of Arts and Bachelor of Divinity A Little Heart Story of Roy Mr Lewis Among the most arnest and spir itual ministers ot Kentucky Is the Rev James Lewis of Breckinridge county pastor of the Baptist church at Fordsville In all the experiences ot act the call of the Divine Power to deliver the gospel Js different it stands alone there is no other like it said Mr Lewis in speaking of his work and life I was converted un der Dr S L Helm and he seemed to be a prophet for when I was a barefoot boy he remarked to Mr Wm Robertson We have a preacher in Jimmie LewIs we may not live to see but he will preach some day The boy knew nothing of tho predic tonat that time and strangely twelve years later when succeeding as a young business man the call came to him With pleadings of lack of ability and no health he refrained from answering but continued to hear the still small voice One day tells Mr Lewis I went with Bible in hand to a lonely place and prayed and while there flashed Into my soul like an electric current a sensation of hope and strength and courage that thrilled my whole That was the beginning of the mtiiistjry of the Rev James T Lewis whorls proving such a powerful wonderfuIspIr- ttual help to meti COMPLETES ORGANIZATIOISI Million Dollar caPitalitationiAr nounced by the Louisville Lincoln Farm and Mammoth Cave Co Glasgow KyThe organization and election of directors and officerjs of the Louisville Lincoln and Mammoth Cave Traction Co with a capital stock of 1000000 has peen perfected at a meeting heldhere t Articles of incorporation were secured under the laws of Arizona and were signed by J Lewis Williams and Charles Van den Burgh of Glawfejow and E H Ackert an official of the To ledo Railways and Light Co of iTo ledo Q JM Richardson J AMc4 Daniels J Wood Charles Van den Burgh R J Percifull L W Preston W H Jones and G W Ellis composf the board of directors of which oUt cers were chosen as followsJ4 M Richardson president J A Median lels vice president J Wood secre tary and treasurer and J Lewis Wil hauls general counsel This company will purchase the franchise and rights of way already secured from the council of the pity of Glasgow over L N turnpike through the fiscal courts of Barren Hart and La Rue counties from Gins gow Ky to New Haven Ky together with private grant of rights of way from Buffalo Ky via Lincoln Farm to Hodgenvllle Ky all of which have been procured by Charles Van den Burgh promoter of the enterprise An immense hydraulic waterpower Illbe installed where the road crosses at Green river near Linwood Ky of sufficient capacity to operate th0 entire road and also supply light and power to all the towns adjacent to and along the line EXPECT 200 DELEGATES Convention of Travelers Protective Association Arousing Interest Hopkinsville KyThe state meeting here on May 7 of the Travelers Protective association promises to be one of the most interesting and well attended meetings ever held by that organization About 200 visitors are expected and elaborate preparations have been made for their entertain inent After spending the day in business session and sight seeing a banquet will be given at the Hotel Latham which promises to eclipse any similar event ever given here A lengthy toast list has been arranged for the occasion and six of the eight a the posts in the state will be represented by speakers The money to provide the entertainment was raised by vol untary subscriptions by business me the city Iof The reports of the various officer of the several posts are expected to showgreat strides In this state dur ing the past year Especially Is membersINEW KENTUCKY MINE Lead Believed to Exist In Profitable Quantities n Monroe County Glasgow Ky Ohio capitalists arv behind a project to open a lead minQ In Monroe county While the new comes in the nature Qfa surprise ij is only a fulfilling of predictions made after the coal find was made ai AkersvHle something like a year ago So very quietly bas been the wort of the concern that tho fact that the company had secured teases on 1200f acres ot land was not known outsido fsthe neighborhood and only thos who leases know this muchj r KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IFJ DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH KENTUCKY CROPSISUFFERED FROM FROST Commissioner of Agriculture Rankins Report Shows increased Acreage Had Been Planted But Much Work Must Be Done Over Frankfort Ky Widespread damage from the frosts at the close of April is told of in the report of Com missioner of Agriculture Rankin it follows The weather during the mpnth of April was very unusual as well as that of the preceding month The month of March was tho warmest for many years and was exceedingly dry The month of April began with rain which continued during the whole of the first part of the montl while the latter part was exceedingly cold On April 23 24 and 2S theO was frost which was general throughout the state and was very destructive to wheat fruit corn and potatoes and all kinds of gar den truck In the western part of tho state there was snow which varied from two to six inches in depth and the thermometer registered from 32 to 21 degrees WheatThe wheat crop has been great ly damaged by freezes frosts and the dry weather of March The lowest conserva tive estimate Is that there will be bu 75 cent of a crop and In many places but 50 per cent Being thus weakened scab will be likely to be prevalent and the damage can not be ascertained until the crop Is thrashed Corn More corn had been planted dur ing the months of March and April than has been for several years but much of It will have to be planted Over again as that which has not been entirely killed has turned yellow and Is very much weakened A greater acreage of corn has been planned than ever before known In Kentucky and the tanners arts taking hold of the subject and pushing it for ward until In a short time the yield will have very materially increased and we can say that Corn Is King In Ken OatsXery large acreage of oats has been sown and In but few Instances has it been damaged The crop bids fair to yearHempThe hemp has been decreased to a large extent RyeThe rye crop was damaged consid erably by the freezes during the winter and was not In good condition to with stand the drought of March and the cole AprilPotatoes ero of potatoes was planted and earlier planting was done this year than In previous years but In nearly every Instance the heavy frosts of the past two weeks have almost com cropTobacco of tobacco percentageb1droughtunusuallylargefect the acreage planted but very little Indications point to an Increased acreage In nearly all of the counties that usually grow burley and more especially Is this true in the mountain counties In nearly every county the acreage will be doubled In KentuckyThe plants In the Dark Tobacco District fsro per cent Which no doubt Is attributed to the heavy snow and frost and th wet and cold weather which seems to have ben more severe In Western than Eastern Ken tucky Fruit Reports from all Over the state Indicate that the fruit crop has been killed or Injured so that nearly all of It will fall oft ol the trees The gropes and sinai fruits such as strawberries and blackberries were almost entirely killed Until this frpst and freeze came pros pects for a crop were never bright willbeand to the consumer as well Clover and Grasses A great deal of the clover was injured by freezes during the Winter but grasses In general look well and pastures arc exceedingly good af Alfalfahogsttndaa compared with the last five years show only 67 per cent Llvo Stock Live stock In general looks well with high prices for horses mules and milch cows Most all the plowing has been com pleted and farm work Is more forward now that at this time last year thefarmagain Lexington Ky William Adams president of the National bank of Cyn thlana a member of the state board of agriculture and member of the Demo cratic state central comniittee an nounced that he would be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for gov ernor Mr Adams Is widely known particularly In Central and Eastern Kentucky and Is popular with the farmers He will make the formal announcement of his candidacy at Cynthlana on May 23 when he will be gin his active canvass Louisville KyGeorge Redmond 67 shot and killed his son Edward Redmondj at the family residence Both men arc well known Bitter feeling or long standing is believed to be the cause of the trouble Young Redmond wasnot In good grace with the family He came to the residence and attempted to gain entrance by breaking down the kitchen door His father drew a revolver land fired at his son three times Tjhe father wan placed in 4a11 charged with murder Richmond Ky wflllam Mays deputy marshal was ordered acquitted of the charge of murder on the unusual ground of nonprosecution by the commonwealth In the United States dis trlrt court here Mays killed a mooQ shiner by the name of Beard about a year- ago while attempting to arrest him Lexington KyThe Gentlemens Driving club elected S S Combs pres- Ident and F Rl Parks sscretary and treasurer The matinee racing season wilLopen June 17 NOTES FROM FRANKFORT The following are the assessment of the principal companies on which big increases were made by the stato board of valuation and assessment Louisville Railway Co valuation 12 500000 increase 1250000 Louisville Home Tel Co valuation 1000000 HeatingCo275000 Citizens Telephone Co valuation 450000 increase 4100000 Cumberland Tel Tel Cos valuation 1500000 Increase 300000 East Ten 11100000i1 350000 Fayette Home Tel Co valuation 200000 increase 75000 Cen tral Kentucky Natural Gas Co valua tion 700000 increase 800000 Other corporations which were raised only a small amount are as1 follows Gaines brO Telephone Co100000j South Covlngton and Cincinnati Street rail way 1300000 Southern Express Co 5250000 Cumberland Pipe Line Co aridtrelephoneistance Telephone Co 100000- xmisville Gas Co 3600000 Lexing on Hydraulic and Manufacturing Co 750000 Paducah Traction Co 250 00 American Express Co 200000 aducah Light and Power lo 265 100 Paducah Water Cc n 00dqi rankfort Water Co16000o r Vivfn oro Waterworks Co 58000 Adi tExpress Co J550OOQ JT Earle of Covlngtpn a member basrassess the Cincinnati Newport and dpvlngton Light and Traction Co for on its franchls and collect backtaxeBEarles request the company will have tol pay into the states treasury 36150 foX back taxes and to the counties 01 Kpriton and Campbell and the cities of Covlngton Newport Bellevue and Dayton over 200000 In bacr taxes Earle claims to have discover that the Cincinnati Newport and Conrigtoh Light and Traction Co has neve1 been assessed for its franchise This com pany the South Covington and Cincinnati street railway lines in Ken ton and Campbell counties and the Union Light Heat and Power Co In Coylngton ad Newport TheseOOm panics pay their franchise tax based uppn their earnings but Earle claims on account of their control by the Cia cinnati Newport and Covlngton Light and Traction Co their earnings are restricted and the real profit from the operation of these companies Is divert ed o the C N and dand that as tWs company is paying dividends on 9 500000 of stockand interest on 5000 000 worth of bondsJU should be assess cd for its franchise on the basis of Its earningsp The Incontestable clause contained in a life insurance company means What it says is the decision of the appellate court in the case of the Citizens Life Insurance Co against Wit liam B McClure Co affirming the Judgment of thaFleming circuit court McClure sued to collect a 3000 pol icy carried by his brother W B Mc Clur who died shortly after the sec and premium on the policy had been paid ute policy containing a clause 4bat it was incontestable after one year The company alleged fraud La the securing of the policy George Estis a negro convict serr ing a life sentence under the habitual criminal act is another thirdterm man to be pardoned by Gay Wlllson Gov Willson noted on the pardon papers the following tls doubtful If it is worth while to let him Estis out again but the punishment Is already more than enough Estis was convicted the last time for breaking into a railroad car in phlo county Buford Hester of Daviess county sentenced to the penitentiary for four years on the charge of robbery was also par doned but If he should ever get drunk again the pardon is revoked Unless injunctions are taken out re straining Mayor Polsgrove and the cUt authorises from enforcing the CrawJ saloon ordinance the saloons in Craw the scene of many killings and rios In this city will be a thing of the Past An effort was ma e at a special ne4ing of the council to have licenses granted to the Craw saloon jut it was defeated Basil Kenney aged 22 who cast his first voter In the last election was elected a member of this council to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of S M laufley License was granted by Insurance- CommtssionerCWBell to the Citizens Nat onal JLife Insurance Coot Louis rUle Commissioner Bell having re ceived th report of C W Escott who- examined tho company for him The financial condition f the company is satisfactory The company has de posited 100000 with tlitf state teens urer as lis required under the Ken tucky lai S It has a captal stock of 1000000 and a reserve fund of 1000 000 Anotheit sweeping victory was scored rot education when the court of appeals affirmed the judgment of the Logau circuit court in which the court says that the county board of authorityIto how thet money should be spent Hodgenvllle Ky William McClain a farmer who resided near Hodgen vllle committed suicide by shooting No reason given for hlsact IIMrs WiseI dons seairtijr that nw millionaire Is so popakur He curt even express himself utfreightAWFUL BURNING ITCH CURED IN A DAY In the middle of tie night ot Maw SOtb I woke up with a burai ltc1l mr twp hands jjad I felt M if j couM pull them apart fa the isonflng thi itching had gpip to my cfae titod dw lag that day it spread all over abody Iwasredazdrawfrutheto of my head te tie soles of my feeta I was in c6ntlnual agony from tbs Itching I could either He down i si sit up I happened to see about O cura Remedies ant I thought I lrp give them a Wai Itookagoodbet with the Cuticura Soap and WedC Cuticura Ointment I 1ltltoatriCmy head down to my feet and tbMl went to bed OB the ftrst ot April 1 felt like a new man The itcklpg wa almost gone I continued with tbl Cuticura Soar anil Cultcuri Otatment and during that day the itchlag COKM pletely left me Frank Qridley 3I5 East 43rd Street New York City Apr 27 1909 Cuticura Remedies are throughout the world Potter Drug Chem CorpSole Props Boston Masu4 Gentlemen Two Two street cleaning departmeat men were having an altercation aa they were driving their carts side JbJ1 side along upper Broadway the of afternoon One was redfaced az bulbousnosed the typical rummyM The other was an adderheaded negr4 Both looked utterly disreputable Get out o my way yelled the refaced man Dont cher know enough to get outer der way when you se8 a gentlemanIm 1 ofa gemmen than you you big rum retorted the nepYouall drives a garbage cart an I only picks up ashesNew Yorfcj Press Do His Cuffs Need a Sh VeJEver notice sometimes a mam1 cuffs have whiskers His collar toot Know what does that The shIre and collar have been washed wjtkj yellow soap full of rosin and strb c caustics and between them they teat and rot the finest linen ever made Try A cake of Easy Task Laundry Soap It Is a friend to fabrics and am enemy to dirt It doesnt cost a wUCf iIo8tabutand health r A Witty SIhoprThe late Bishop Foss said a adelphla physician once visited mej for somo trifling ailmeat t Do you sir I said to him Im course of my examination talktyour sleep l t No sir he answered 1 talk ta other peoples Arent you aware tMt I am a divine iHIPoets WifeMy husbamd read tW I tonfthousandslast poem he ever wrote Publishers I see Did they lynch Mte or shbot him Leslies Weekly The Real Hero So Biggins las written a historical novel 1 est answered Miss Cayexnif Who is the hero ot the book The man who has undertaken ts publish itj Washington Star An Effectual Cure She wantsAo be a sister to me You aneasUy get her out of tlwt notionHow Treat her as you would a slater Domestic Notes Ive noticed one thing And what Is that1 T When one gets loaded its usvaHjr his wife who explodes DpDD- SKIDNEY PILLS = e 175a0 PMALYlUg 1n j 4 t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY 7AM Y tlf19 0 i v H1 ISOEIlllh- llJ LAR rw EST rWOR1eD For Fit Comfort Style and Service the American Lady Shoes have no equal Oxfords worth 35O now 3 oO PA jaTHOMAS Ii SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance H to SMITH Editor and Polisher SpnngfieldXymail as s condclassmatter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION f WxlC0 tfeB 5 f 25 fi- OTkreeMentbii SDEMICRATIC TICKET rtOR CONGRESS VHON BEN JOHNS- ONOf Nelson County 1 EDWARD VII The British Empire is in mourning for tbeir late King Edward VII who died Friday night at 1145 of heart trouble and bronchitis The news of the Kings death came asa great sur prise as well as a great shock to the entire civilized world as it was only shortly prior to his depth that news of his sickness was given out The news was not of such a nature as to bet r lti Kalttoa Hopklosville Ky says bees noise years Poultr Cure 3em UII ever lot Cholera and Gapes alarming and it was thought that the King would speedily recover He had been under a great strain for some months however becauseof the duties of his office made more onerous of hte by the political conditions England and was not physically able to combat his sickness The late Kings oldest living son late Prince of Wales has been proclaimed King by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland defender of the Faith and Erzperor of India and has has chosen the title of George Altho Edward VII had been King for less than years yet that time he made himself probably the worlds best known most popular and most influen tial ruler His youth and early man hood were given over to revelry and enjoyment his mature years prior to his coronation to travel and the study of people and world affairs Many predictions were made that the then Prince of Wales was too much of a madcap to ever be a great ruler His experience with all classes of people however and his knowledge of life had equipped him well for Kingship and he assumed his high office rich in experience and ripe wisdom A gentle man by birth and by choice he was a tactful ruler and a great diplomatist and statesman and did probably more than any ruler of his day to preserve the peace of the world King Edward the son of the late Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and mlrI andra his devoted wife who survives and Jan 22 1901 ascended the throne of Great Britain The burial of the monarch will take place the twentieth of this month and probable that exPres Roosevelt will be appointed the special represen tative of this Government to attend the obsequies iiiid ft 8 IT I I LOOKS I GOODT9usI r 0To see so many smiling people leave this store after Ipurchasing Hats And they all smile when they A leave For however doubtful they may have felt upon ICentering our treatment our hats and our prices invari a turn doubt into satisfaction YOUR VISIT TO OUR STORE WILL BE APPRECIATED I GRUNDYMclNTIRE Ir IIf I SAVE YOUR FOWLS I poultrytimedpwith absolute certainty cure tad prevent RonpElmbtrtteck poultry diseases A few drops the drinking water keeps and tree from disease A bottle makes 12 gallons medicine For tbe treatfiient Blackhead and other diseases in turkeys jBourbon Poultry Cure VHAS NO EQUAL W W IJi taed it thenostaatugaeto IJiaB1IrIIIN in V ten in as it is in was on it ett to of In of of by LastyearIairing them Bourbon Poultry Cure I find I it a sure cure for Cholera and Limbc Bourbon Remedy Co ILaiZllton3tAHLaidhi j D iiilata 10e per iottlb Trial vial free n Fir sail by HAYDON ft ROIERTSON Dm r- a istaI Scholars and Teachers Examination This Week The County Superintendent will hold an examination of pupils of the common schools of the county for graduation at his office on Fnaay and Saturday of this week All students completing the eight b grade and passing a success ful examination will be admitted to the County pigh School without further examination Thfe privilege of attending the High School carries with it free tuition to holder of the diploma All students who contJmplate entering the High School should avail themselves of this examination On the 20th and 21st of May the examination of white teachers will be held at thd Graded School building Ond week later the examination of colored teachers will be held at the same placeApplicants are requested to leave all tablet paper at home The examiner will furnish all necessary paper at cost to the applicant The examination will begin promptly at 8 oclock and close at six oclock in the afternoon with an interval of one hour at noon In The Courts Squire Nimrod Hendren held court last Saturday to dispose of four misdemeanor cases which were on his crimi nal docket The offenders were Will Curtsinger charged with using insult ing language and with trespassing upon the lands of another He plead guilty to the former charge and was found guilty of the latter and fined 250 and costs in each case Hink Chesser and Boone Mattingly were charged with attempting to rescue a prisoner The charge nowever was amendedto a breach of the peace and both were found guilty and ia fine of 750 and costs imposed upon each IMonday morning Tom Pipes of color was under 150 bond bv Judge Litsey to keep the pea e Another charge of carrying concealed a deadly weapon was filed away during good behavior Tom it is allegedhad been on the war path in the Jenseintown neigh borhood and as a result charges were preferred against him New Hardware Firm Springfield has gotten a new firm in Shultz Cleaver successors to Mc Elroy r Shultz in the hardware business Last week P C Cleaver par chased the interest of J A McElroy immediate possession beingjgiven L Mr Cleaver formerly lived here haying been proprietor of the old Springfield hotel which burned in 1901 He has many friends in Springfield who will welcome him and his ifamily Mr Shultz the senior member of the firm itfsunnecessaryarn exceptionally skillful mechanic and good fellow that jie has always been Adjustment of War Claims Representative Ben Johnson has suc ceeded in getting a number of war claims allowed the C mmittee on WarClaims Among those allowed are the following J P McGee administrator Clement Calhoun 320 Baptist church Branden burg 180 Masonic Lodga Branden burg 125 M E church South Brgp denburg 125 M E church South feryantsville 410 St Augustine Cath plic church Lebanon 405r Green River Collegiate Institute Munfordville 525 There are a number ofotner churches of the Fourth D trict includ ed in the bill Represent tive Johnson i to be congratulated ujon his good work in getting these clai is successful ly passed upon The m ney goes to churches and institutions hat need it and is in the nature of reimbursements for property confiscated b the Federal soldiers during the war oi the Rebellion GoodBye Dandruff A Clean Scalp for Everybody Who Wants One Parisian Sage wail kill all dandruff germs and banish dandruff in two weeks or nothing to pay It will stop falling hair or itching scalp in two weeks or money hack It will stimulate the clogged up hair willrootprevent the hair from turning gray and the danger of becoming bald will vanish Parisian Sage is a daintily oer fumed hair tonic that is not sticky or greasy Parisian Sage is sold by druggists ev erywhere and by Leo Haydon Springfield on the money Back plan Try a 50 cent bottle today and learn forpour self what a delight tonic it is The gill with the auburn hair is on every package lt + + tft H ti ALL MEN ARE WELCOME EREl But young men get an extJasquee hand They are punctilious know Wha they Wae1fhe n take one iota less r We like to serve young menwith IGHARTCloth because theyre clothes skeptics and dur satisfaction at i brining them into the fold is all the keener + A young mans shop is this aiming for and achieving thatsubtle style in clotheswhich eluds the tongue but fascinates the e- yel5to25 J We have other lines of suits from 750 to 1256 Special line of Boys and Children Suits rTs W 1 fNewest Spring styles in S iocs Hats Shirts Neckwear tit Collars Socks Belts Su enders etc twe can furnish a man with the best from head toffoot to please him Ask to see our Stock No trouble to jshow goods here staouse o 4 W wda I The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE INCORPORATED cof 1SrRINGFIE D KENTUCKY +Itftt44H4HtHtf4 ffi Dr GLT Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Kyi fflce in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes STRAWBERRY SUPPfRThe Ladies of St Catherines Alumnae will give a Ic e Cream and strawberry supper on Saturday May 21 Everybody invited to attend FOR RENT Room over People DeI posit Bank Recently occupied a millinery room Montgomery Yankey Co shipped a c rload of sheep and hogs last week on which the realized good prices 1 have one room over rsaac Currys Grocery store with three large front windows for rent Apply to SM Campbell LbsTA pair of Gold specks SUn ay night between Christian church and my home Reward if returned Mrs F R Neal For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING ANDPUESSING- CLUB CJEO G GOWDY Prop r Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more butMr Leo Haydon withblackstrayed from my place on Lebanon lull about March 30th Reward for informa tion of her whereabouts G D Bodirjr We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good to bacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky FOR SALEA beautiful tone square piano Hinzen Rosen make in a good condition For further particulars call at the Sun Officer + + + + Not Sorry for Blunder thinkingwritesDbutfor years they saw every attempt Atlastsoonstopped yearsThised remedy for coughs colds asthmjLjfatJp hemorrhages whooping 100Trialdon Robertson druggists New Paper for Danville Articles incorporating the Messenger Printing Company were filed in the County Court Clerks office Tuesday afternoon The incorporates are Hub ert McGoodwin R Louis Landram RP McGoodwin and D N Prewitt All are most excellent gentlemen and thoroughly competent busi ness men According to the articles the desire of the promoters is to effect an organization fwith10000 capital stock Of the amount 5600 in shares of the par value of 100 havb been taken Danville Advocate Eczema A Germ Disease Can Now Be Cured The Medical profession is tan agreed that ECZEMA is germ disease but the thing that his baffled them is to find some remedy thatwill get to the germs and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing the germs to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the diseases The whole method of treatment and cure by ZEMO is explain ed in an interesting book on issued by the makers at thesubjectI how to cure yourself at md Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and all diseases of the skin and scalp Call at the Leo Haydon DrugStore for book let and learn more about this clean simple remedy that is now recognized the standard treatment for ill diseases of the skin and scalp To Horsemen lam in the business of handling horses Will break your horse to ride and drive Prices reason able Call and see me at the Fair Grounds IOHON LUCAS + tit + + + + i t I910 SEASON I9l EARLY I c A handsome black Stallion 16 ham a f r high a high styled fine shaped fellof with plenty of action and as good bone and foot as you would want He is surer Wllmake r xt bYMonteCristo first dam Babe by Prophet second dam Lady Brooks by Dolans Granger third dam Bettie by Sam Booker Early tthe best road horse in the county At same time and place l Black GiantA No1 Mule Jack standard andTegis tered Will make the season at 10 to Insure a Living Clltj Lien retained on all colts secure service fee Money due when mare is parted with or bred to other stock Alt care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Your Patronage Stlicltid A B Hzndl- eyBoUicing ir Connougbt This fine Imported English Hackney horse will make the season of 1910 at the Fair Grounds Springfield Ky T Season S1O Money due at time of service Brings your good mares and raise good colts at little cost is i lam also prepared to tram trotting horses References The Hon Ben k Johnson of Bardstown and McKenna Bro Fairfield Ky Your patronage respectfully solicited vi John H Purdy A touch of rheumatism or a twingeofi neuralgia whatever the trouble is awaytheplaint quickly First application gives relief Sold by all druggists S1 OSSS1Si SiStSSiSSS i II i SiS SiSi Dipping Tanks Pumps1I Plumbing linningl r Guttering and Repair Work a Specialty We do your work promptly All work Guaranteed HATCHETT McPHERSON Leave orders at Barber Pettus1 Hardware Store arid they will receive prompt attention J z r tf Kt rtVt i HE SPRINGFIELD STJNf WEDNESDAY kYM 4i9tb r 5 t1 7 r tW have some SUNSHINE for you hj47aA Ii SUNSHINE FINISHES iSl WILL BRIGHTEN WORN FURNITURE FLOORS SIMi AND FIXTURES A 14f lit LiffleSlJNSUINE JI Your Iame ADDS A RICH DURABLE FINISH TO WOOD AND METAL EASY TO APPLY ASK FOR HANDSOME FOLDER SHOWING THE ACTUAL COLORS AND I GIVING SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVING EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSEI LEO HA YDON Springfield Ky IIw V STALLARD D D b I SPRINGFIELD KY PRUNE 72 Pin TEETHj f IIAllI QeOOOOOOoeOQeoeoo 4e Notesrr 0oVisitors In and Out ofTown A i Round Up of the Weeks D Personal News r oeQeooeoeaeoeooeoeoeoo John W Lewis and W F Grigsby are in Bardstown to day on business John Blackett and wife ot Lebanr oh visited relatives here Sunday Mr and Mrs Lum Able of St ilarya were guests of Mrs Ann John son Sunday zl GA Dohoney of Lebanon visited here Monday Messrs Andrew Cunningham W D McElroy and H M Moss are in Louisville this week iRev W H Williams left Monday morning for Baltimore where he will attend the convention of the Southern Boptist church 9 Miss Mabel Thompson is the guest of Miss Roe Montgomery Lebanon f Cap John PurdV spent last week in Bloomfield with his wife who is ill of pneumonia Chas Haydon of Shelbyville visit ed here Surday =Will Watere Jr returned to his home in Oklahoma City Saturday He was accompanied by his brother Allen and Henry Royalty who will engage in business there Tom Edelen of Louisville visited his sister Miss Carrie Edelen the first of the week Miss Ellen Wathen and Mrs Sallie Simms were in Louisville the last of the week on business J Charles Greene attended a dance at Bloomfield Friday night Miss Nell Cooper of Lebanon spent Saturday with Miss Margret Hagan Mr and Mrs Walter Leachman ApenV Sunday in Lebanon Barber Baldwin of Bardstown was here Monday on business T Wathen Simms spent several days last week in Danville Bernand Hughes of Lebanon spent Sunday here Joe Pnce spent Monday in Bards town T Ml itMl M 1 SpecialSale New Hats trimmed untrimmed and Hats for wee tots and larger Children allat GREATLY RE DUCED PRICES on Friday and Saturday Also during next week This is a rare opportunity that you should not miss Mrs WILLIAMS e 88 18 Rev J W Carter of Lexington l and Mr J S Yankey left Friday toI attend general conference of the M church South at Asheville N C C J Hay dan Jr spent Tuesday in Bardstown with his aunt Mrs T A Spalding Lonnie and Earl Campbell spent Sunday in Lebanon Miss Regina OBryan and brother Lawerence spent the week end with friends in Lawerenceburg Miss flaget Simms spent several days last week in Louisville Mr and Mrs C W Hagan of Lebanon visited relations here Sunday Will Russell has returned home from Cincinnati where he has been taking a course in Engraving Quite a number from this place attended the Derby in Louisville Tuesday T C Campbell Was in Louisville the first of the week RobertIonIn Heff Rubel of Lebanon was i town Thursday H T Uratz of Loiiisville spent Sunday here Mrs Peak and daughter Marycida o Louisville spent a few days last week at the home of Mr Jas Royalty Miss Mary Gleason is visiting in Louisville this week T P OBryan is in Louisville thisI weekJ Messrs W F Booker Robert Noe and Ed M Russell left this morning for Tatham Springs to spend several days fishing Hon John W Lewis returned home Saturday from Frankfort While e apjpe Messrs Joe and John Poin and Marshall Duncan attended Squire Hen drens Court Saturday Shooting at Lebanon Lebanon Ky May 9Late Saturday night John Johnson shot and almos- instantly kill John Rodman on Eas Main street under the glare of th electrib lights The wounded man lain the gutter pleading for help fo some time before help reached hIm Before he breathed his last he said the John Johnson a brotherinlaw ha killed him The dead man and Rodman had married sisters and a family quarr el arose Sheriff John A Burton arres ed John and George Johnson and the are now in jail awaiting the action o the grand Jif ry which is now in session An Experts Opinion Of Skin Diseases IA prominent national expert on skin whose name you are familiar says that In all his scientific ex perience he has never found so hard a hne n0t hesitate to recommend ZEMO as a most successful remedy for the treatment of Eczema itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp He says that not only do its curative qualities make it popular but also the fact that it is a clean liquid remedy for external use A great improvement over the old styli greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleas mIdestroysIthy Can be used freely on infant Mr Leo Haydon will gladly supply those ofZEMOsimple language all about akin diseases and how to cure yourself at home with Zemo tijl I J IJJI tWttWttWt I NOTICE t I As successors to AlcEIroy Shultz we wish to notify the pu licth lwe1 + Will conduct our business in the same place in Springfield as ojir predecess ors We will always have on hand a highclass line of Hardwareu fit Stoves etc and shall be ready at all times to do your Roofing Plumbing and Repairing We shall appreciate your pat uponRl I iIt SHULTZ CLEAVER t tZl- u + + fWt VALLEY HILL Miss Olhe Whittington has returned to Her home in Illinois after a brief visit to relative at this place Mt and MrsT A Tatum were guests of Mrs Williams Stigall last week Mrs Palmer Goatley and Miss Imo gene Goatley returned to their at this place after a brief visit homeI latives near Louisville Mr and Mrs H M Goatley visited relatives near Springfield Welnesdav Mr and Mrs Everett Perkins visited relatives near Chaplin the first of this weekS P Derringer and family of Springfield were guests of relatives at this place Saturday Mr and Mrs M Reed were guests o Mrs S E Piles Sunday Cutworms continue to destroy the tobacco plants in this section Many report their lieds as being practically wjrthless O4hers are more fortunate and will set tobacco the next season Most ofthe ladies in this section are grumbling about ill luck with chickens Turkeys creese and ducks The eggs are not hatching satisfactorily and the voung are suffering with gapes and oher diseases peculiar to young fowls toine r hood is free from a dangerous pubic nuisance and the act was a commend able one in our load Supr j R Mayes who on last Wednesday had the bridge at the end of the Kelly lane torn away and replaced by a nefNone This bridge has been in a very dangerous condition for the past two years causing much uneasiness and no little inconvenience on the part of our resid ents We join In hearty thanks ito the Supervisor and invoke the continuance of the same good and much needed re pairing MAUD Misses Belleand Roxie Wakefield were In Bloomfield Tuesday afternoon Mr and Mrs Chas W Mc ivoyof Willisburg wtre in our tovyn Tuesday morning Will Shehan and M L T utman were in Springfield Tuesday on business There willbe Childrens Day at the Christian church 3rd Sundaynight Ev erybody invited to attend Master Arnold Settle entertained a few of his little friends Sunday in honor of his 13th birthday Those present were Masters Robert J Norris Shehan Russell Arnold and Dorchester Crume Misses Frances and Mary Mc Settlet R C Bobhtt of Spring Maryeturnerd in Spen cer county Hustodn were in county seat Friday werte Missfwere one week I Mr and Mrs Andrew Kirschand son Roy and Miss Dora Adams spent Sat urday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Sam Moore of Moor svilJe Mrs Ben Reddicks closed her echo Theyjallpresent were Misses Mag Judith and otIItavm and Theodore ShehanMa Scott Montgomery Clarence kiandt nold Settle Doichester and i lieddicksney Little Lucille Neal ag6d 5 weeks tie only child of Mr and Mrs NatBrickeh died Tuesday May m The griefBtricjk en parents have the sympathy of their many lriend Dr Shehan bought a horse from Joe Bishop price 150 Miss Hallie Huston bought a Jersey cow from Dr Shehan Price 1260 Miss Hallie is thinking of going into the dairy business Will Promote Beauty Women 1U1I1Itsores and boils It makes the skin sot und velvety It glorifies the face cures sore eyes cold sores cracked lips chapped hands Best for burns scalds fev er sores cuts bruises and piles 25c at Haydon itobertsorva Cracker Demonstration Katie Hertlein Bro will havewith them on Friday May 13th a demonstrc tor from the National Biscuit company to demonstraie the excellence of their cakes and crackers The demonstra tion will begin at 10 oclock in the mor Wing and continue until 4 oclock in the afternoon and everyone is invited to call during this time and get some of the good things that will be served Neyer hesitate about giving Cham Cough Remedy to children It contains no opium or other narcotics and can be given with implicit cbafii dence As a cure for coughs and colds to which children are susceptible- It ia unsurpassed Sold by all druggists tf fANGETHot Light Bread Cream Bread Rye Bread and all kinds of Fancy Cak s By callinif us any morn ing at eleven oclock When down town try one of opr- j GRAPE 2 T TI THORN VALlJV1 Mrs Sallie Gregory is visiting Mrs Sallie West in Louisville Mr Leachman and wife of tSaturdayLebanon and Buelah Claybrooke of near town are visiting Mr and Mrs Ai L Litsey Mrand Mrs Charles Marksbury are visiting friends at Loretto Miss Carolyn Jones formerly pi this place now of Louisville was awarded tie honors of class 1910 of the Norton Memorial Training School She was tendered a lucrative positiop by the in- stitutIon which she accepted Mr Jessie Thomas and wife of Hills bro spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs A L Litsey Mrs Maggie Jeffries has returned to her home in Louisville after a pleasant visit with relatives at this place Mr Cleo Dennis attended church at and vJ W Carter tare attending Methodist confer ence at Asheville N C Miss Lillian Leachman is visiting Miss Frances Litsey Mrs Kate Litsey spent Wednesday in Springfield Miss Eleanor Reed is with Miss Sarah Reed at Litsey this week were the guests of Mrs Hugo Leach man Thursday afternoon BOOKER Mr and Mrs B M Pile Mr Ham Pile and family and Mrs Cathie Settle and son Kerry spent last Sunday with Mr Lucas Barlow and family T J Settle bought of Henry Offut two loads of corn at 75c per bushel t Mrs Minnie Mayfield spent Thursday Jesse Pile and children spent Saturday with his sister in Springfield Mrs Sweeney and Mr Ben Cull and family spent last Sunday with Mr Jas Gulf and family Ham Pile sold to L Kirsch two hone a 935 Der hundred While returning from Springfield April 30th Mr Ham Moore lost near the section houses a silver watch He f Ftihl lhfi 69 And your order will be promptly a t nded1 and delivered KATIE HERTLEIN BRO JUICESX LeachmanMrs WillisbufKSundayMr Reede Smithe flElM111Illliirr will be very grateful if finder will re turn same t6 him Kench Bishop of WilHsburgv spent Saturday With Joe Goatlsy Alvin Riley and wife visited at BiJfPiles Sunday v The Sun and CourierJournid LA0 Easy to Cure t 01 2 i Coughs Colds Sore Throatand iCatarrh t ireathfHvow ei It will cure cats or any nose or throat trouble 4 you tollqw directions Dont lay it aside when the snuffing hawking and spitting have ceased Stick to it daily until you are sure that the catarrh germ is dead and that your air paws es are free from their poisonous inflor erice Hyomei pronounce Hignoine lis the onlytretr lit JJt1lvR lhI and lung troubles that has everbee sold with the understanding that if it JInothing Hyomei can be obtained at druggist everywhere and at Leo Haydons who guarantees it to cure catarrhcroup comIpletea more cases of catarrh than all the catarrh special ists on earth An outfit consists of an inhaler abbot tie of Highomei a supply of antiseptic gauze a medicine dropper asid full instructions for use The inbaleriamade pocket size of hard rubber and will last a lifetime Andbear in min U1at extra bottlesot Hyomei if neetMcott only 50 cents MIONA IndiQestionId1 tabletsl 9h7icff as vtsv PiII w I thri Comfort 1 Now is the time to prepare your home for Summer Comfort during the hot and sultry days Leach iman Campbell can furnish you anything may need for the purpose at prices A that will appeal to everyone 11 I Porch Lawn Chairs Sejees v 111 From 100uSCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS frill 100 rp t ISOiEEIL CLOTH IN ALL WIDTHS IiII Leachman flurey CampbellsI K6 1 C f I I SERIALSTORY The Master I Jof Craven II By Marie Van Vorst iItAuthor of III JI1II1ICetrIIeIIt 1bfXLUppLRo4 COpB7 S NOP lscXasiC Tempeat worlds greatest ft vet t and poet refusing to be further lionized a w1omk nhr lito housekeeper who has dIe aThewho bas CDMO to to write a eepeclaJlyUgetPe ai8 taiYlaff Men promteed ajgood yo itioa mUlamagazine successful Tern pest anger he wilt write M teore Hd asks her to go Repenting of hte rtdM0s in Mctdlhg her out In the rain at night he Callow but she refuse udtakesrooing asatet her In writing hqr Tempest dictates to Lucy who hlstensVspellbound as she writes Trn Lucyhasv rtkes her and Induces her to stay over and read the manuscript to him He Invites tier to dlno with him She de tollowingPCS t BOC3 to XjOMOOv CHAPTER IIt JContlnued pknowme I am going away on a longer journey than four weeks and I want you to como with me She jartUiclrew her hind which ho still heldnot snatched It but slowly and meditatively withdrew it Toni t pest felt sensitively her complexion of mind he bad aurprlsed but not shocked her Leaning towards her In a low tone ho pleaded with her storming her citadel whose weakness he knew Afterwards she thought in reviewing the moment that he had pleaded as one for lifeas for a raft to be thrown to a drowning man Was it possible he loved her like this1 Do you realize what you are ask Lug mo t do1ahe said inn pause Yes hosald shortly Afrglve up a London and a husband whose life Is notorious whose existence is a plague to you a reputation amongst those who have none themselves a false sit nation for a sincere one for a life wIth the man whom you say you love Ormond will divorce you and I will marry you at once b Lady Ormond had believed the original Tempest who had made her for get everything but himself could not return with the old charm and im perious ctaUenge She had been wrong lien In her belief for he was talking her over again out of herself and beyond her control I Why are you like thisf she mur Inured with some eniotitJm Will you be like this always If t tfcought It I could not tiesJtate At her tonr certainly not the one a of brusque denial he had anticipated Tempest experienced a curious nUn gllng of exultant Victory and of sin ce tTdfmbrrowtook liar hand again iou must come with me loinbrrow Inkier Utter surprise Lady Ormond was finding herself cQual to Tempests demands She did not hesitate for i ane moment to make a concession he t had oever asked before He was rich would be richer famous not yet InIthe zenith of his celebrity There wasIIn sharing his life just one sacrifice and that she determined not to make if she Ojpbld avoid it BiSU12he leaned towards him ilftedJier head ijn a wy to reveal the clear pure lipes af her neck and chin her face like a flower turned to thoI un41iJasll I am not cavilling you are so Impetuous and impracticable let ratt set tihe divorce fromJ Ormond K Is merely a form one can have for the asking You dont wish to Sacrifice me needlessly do youtVo are not so orguellieux that you must see me humiliated are you You are not vain roally you know went rou let me get out decently He emlled and signed Decently j+ hex repeated with some IIcoraceCan rOUt tetty I will see my lawyers tomorrow He Crowned and hurried Then you refuse to come with mo- No she nodded determinedly dont refuse If you are set on ruining iny reputation for a whim why I egotJHe capitulated Wellou have surprised me Letty but then you are a perfect type and I patter myself now that I can predict the rest You shall take the arrow and more reputable way as you think it to be But you wont come with me Letty you wont mH- hNOnHaseshe laughed and coy ered liffllp with her hand IUS have my word Bmfler the hand whch he held te his tins he murmured something it was Goodby no respite Lady Ormond was filled iwIt BatliB lactlon She bait teen cQulYto th t i 1 suprsme oecaslo wjtit Tempest she was not an ordinary woman then she had proved her mettle and dlstfnc tlon and waa worth the greatest man of the hour- Tempest took his leave early went to his club and wrote her which she found on her d esslngtable- when she went very shortly after home awl to her room Tempest was sitting in the smoking room of the Carlton when a note was brought and every eye was turned to him as the pages voice calleduMr Basil Tempest He beckoned the bby and took the letter which he thrust Into his pocket and went up to his partment For a few seconds he turned the letter over In his hands as If he wished to defer certainty his ace gloomy curious and still mock ng Then going close to the electric so that all its force shone on he page he took the single sheet of paper from the envelope I dont know whether to blame you yselfyou for dreaming a wpman can reuslngIIyou sayto advise or suggest But I am not equal to the sacrifice Bahhe8aid and before he had ended tore it in shreds and let the pieces fall as they would on the hotel II know people too well he said There are no surprises for me Its curse to understand your kindI- ishI were a fool Its only when a mans a fool or in love that he has ny chance for happiness He stood thinking a second or two wounded In his vanity if not brokenhearted then made his preparations for taking the next train forshire CHAPTER IV When at three oclock the following rnooJ Miss Carew arrlVed at Cra en she was met by Mrs Henly who bustling in before her said Youre to be so good as to wait miss in the morninroom Ive a fire aid there and I am to see you have books and papers and whatever you will like Mr Tempest telegraphed With her last words she threw open tuedoorjs ofa room whoso atmos here greeted with its brightness color and light of it seemed to extend hands With native habit of assigning ranks and places to Mr Tempests familiars Mrs Henly had estimated this sudden guest by her simplicity and her grace o be of as high breeding and as worthy blood as the savage United States can provide The housekeeper the dearest and sweetest creature one could find in cameos and black silk and caps In the responsible position of gentlemanshousehold faires de coeur with an Interest and sometimes a jealousy as strongaa im potent Mrs Henly talked vlth her SUe periors she knew shQhadlrthemherequals by reason of a specimen of her type she jhad not as yet recognized Servants were ser rants to her She never spoke to them save to give orders or to min ister to one in trouble verygrandee quite the most flawless pearl of woman ndrLiving as she did very isolated at Craven she was now faintly flushed with appreciative anticipation of the few moments chat with Miss Carew before the master should appear Miss Carew had come from the land of freedom but whilst she suggested its delicious liberty she lost with It no quality Mrs Henlys old eyes re garded the figure of the American with favor Miss Carew asked Mr Tem- Pest has telegraphedis he away He was obliged to run up to Lon afterShQrterfetched though the sight of the masters Instructions might beguile the guest Mrs Henly spread out the pink bit of paper on the table under her band and read Miss Carew arrives at three Make her welcome give her byheWhich means Mrs Henly ex plained he left London at six this mornin its a nine Hours run Ive sent the motor to Billings PokeIts a bit shorter by rail Mr Basil does rail travel Miss Carew did not remark that with apparent ease he took 18 hours out of the 24 for the matter of a short time in town The dispatch with its minute instructions read in itself a welcome to her and it was a charm Ing place In which to walt Cravens empire morningroom open ed on a terraced flowergarden where to trees already nearly leafless a few NQvember roses clung The walls hung in yellow brocade extended to the dullest day a sense of glow and light The few pieces of furniture veritable treasures even in their old epoch indicated the faultless taste 7 Stony Meteorites Stony meteorites according to Prof William M Pickering who favors a theory promulgated by Prof Chamber Iinr may have had their origin in the earth as byproducts of the catas trophe which split the moon ofl from our globe The fact that they could not get cosmically very far away trpm us accounts for them dropping fa on occasionally when so IncllncdIn support of this view of their terres trial origin wo have the fact that 29 terrestrial elements Including helium have so far been recognized in meteo rites ten of them being nonmetallic No new elements have bee found and vlrtuosltjrof the selector ffcfon the fire in the same yellow satin a small divan with bronze rtllefs on shining legs and back a few stiff dig aImlrror tnIto have been intended to please the little king of none a biscuit group a cand lamp with vivid green shade these were all Its a pretty little room Mrs Henly said Indulgently All the sun there ever is comes here but today its a bit chilly isnt it So I bad the fire lit early She was before it with the bellows urging the flame As she raised bet matronly self up she said Its Lady Ormonds style she was never con tent until Mr Basil had torn the old things out Its like a sweetbox to my thinkin and a bitbare It needs people to set it off she criticised un consciously paying the proper artis tic tribute to the style of the period the room representedcreated to die play and to serve as background for the First Empire elegance and sim plicityBut Miss Carew only caught at the name Lady Ormond She had seen It often in the peapers You know her ladyshipno Mrs Henly took for granted In a frame on whose mahogany border buzzed the Napoleonic bee In bronze was the photograph of a lady in ball dress Mrs Henly lifted itLady Ormond at the last court ball The girls yes were met by a pair of eyes handsome and mocking hard and cold as her own were soft and sweet A professional beauty Mrs Henly ranked her But and she connected her with the room as she glanced around X ady Ormonds creation a trifle cord Miss Carew replaced the picture The proud beauty her cape of velvet and sable falling from one bare shoul der seemed to reign over the room Miss Carew no longer felt the warmth She Walked Mechanically Over to th Window and Stood Thereof Its greeting It had assuacd i personality in which she had rio part The personages had come to people ItIt suffocated her and she walked mechanically over to the window and stood there looking out on the dreary aspect of bare trees the whirl of withered leaves along the gardon paths and the few last roses more wintry and melancholy in their desola tion than the specter leaves that had already passed through death She said hesitatingly Since Mr Tempest has telegraphed I suppose it will be best for me to wait a lit tin But Mrs Henly Interrupted her Walt Why Mr Basil woaldnl hear of iou not waiting miss Hed think I had not made you comfortable What can I get you 1 She llngeied Perhaps Miss Carew understood something of the womans interest ifl herself her natural curiosity perhaps Lady Ormond in her frame the boldness of her sway at Craven made the American say lifting to the placid English face her clear dark eyes Im here for the first time In England I came from my country expressly to write a study of Mr Temp est for America The old housekeeper smiled HA study of Mr Basil she echoed Why my dear I had him at ten years old for my own as I might say and I couldnt study him Its like learnln a new language every day Hes never the same Its his charm Oh I darcsa toMrs Henly wt doubtful there being moods sho had right to remember as not possessing that characteristic UButhoU nol tell you anything miss Ho wont bi written Ive seen them who woulc study him as you call Itcome and go chiefly No one ever stayed ai you have She paused Youre writer too then TO BE CONTINUED The six which occur most frequentlj In the earths crust named In the of der of their abundance are oxygen cillcan aluminum iron calcium anc magnesium The eight most common ly found in the stony meteorites arfl these six besides nickel and sulphur Improved Alarm Clock A new electrical alarm clock uses dry batteries to ring a bell supply smnll Incandescent light with current and start a fire In analcoliol lami with a platinum 110all by com pIe Ing a circuit when the hour hILL touches a third hand sat at a dial natadtlms WOMAN CAN BE GOVERNOR Nebraska Supreme Courts Decision Makes Fair Sex ElIglblpto States Office Lincoln NebWomen although not permitted to vote are qualified and eligible to hold any office in Nebraska within the gift of the voters This is the majority decision rendered by the supreme court iIi the case of Miss Gertrude Jordan Who was last November elected treasurer of Cherry county but was deprived of the office until the highest court of the state justicesMiss Jordan but Associate Justice Jacob Fawcett a kindly faced and kind t tly mannered man of 65 years din bytheing the way for a woman to become governor of the state or chief justice of the supreme court With the political proposition of the right of women to vote and hold office I have no quarrel says Justice Fawcett but neither by the constitution nor ly statutory enactment are they given the right to do either ex polltlcatit should be done by legislative and not by judicial legislation If a woman may be elected county treasurer she may be elected governor of the state There is no more constitutional or statutory inhibition of the than of the other Can we OneIrily say she has sufficient capacity the former but not for the Neither the framers of the constitu tion or the legislature has said so and I am unable to discover how we be come endowed with such occult powerIMiss Jordan according to the state ments made to the supreme court is the first woman In the United States to be elected to the office of county treasurer For seven years almost the entire term of two treasurers she was deputy treasurer by appointment Nine months ago the incumbent W A Armstrong Republican resigned The Democratic board of county commissioners who had the power of se lecting a successor chose E B Quib ble who had been beaten by Arm strong by the narrow majority of three votes Miss Jordan retired from office when Treasurer Quibble was in stalled GOTHAM CITY OF NOMADS New pftenChangeProvocation New Yorkers never are happy unless they are on the jump Many of them move so frequently It would pay them to setup light housekeep lag in a moving van They move at the slightest provocation and often without any provocation whatever There are housewives who have the moving habit developed to such a de gree that although their husbands know where they have eaten breakfast they are not altogether sure where they will eat when they go home for dinner In short the life of the tenement dweller In New York is nomadic The fact Is illustrated pblntedjy by figures on the flies of the Consoli dated Gas company bearing on the SOcent gas fight and the rebates and the refunds which attended it In trying to keep track of gas consumers- employeI of the Consolidated discovered that In thirtytwo months 135 families had moved into and out of one tenement house In Hferlem and It was a good house at that One apartment alone in another In Harlem had twentyfive families In pmersrewYork Strange Child Desertion A singular case of child desertion occurred at Hull Eng the other day Mrs Sarah Wens visited the Royal In firmary with her child for treatment and left the empty mallcjirt outside the Institution Whilst She was away an unknown woman placed her child In the mail cart and decamped Mrs Wells was startled when sIte returned to find another child In the vehicle She took It to the police who con veyed the Infant to the workhouse A Religious Ashman The ashman was raising a can of ashes above his head to duup the con tents Into his cart when tho bottom of the can came out Ethel aw It and ran in and told her mother I hope you didnt listen o what ho- remarkefHe me re plied the little girl he Just walked off by the side of his cart talking to God Everybodys Magazin a TP BIG MISSION RALLY LAYMENS CONGRESS IN CHICAGO ATTENDED BY THOUSANDS WOULD CHRISTIANIZE WORLD Every Protestant Church In America Represented at Immense Meeting Which Is Addressee by Many Eminent Me- nChicagoFor four days beginning May 3 Chicago was the scene of a most extraordinary gathering the Laymans National Missionary con gress Every Protestant churcti In America was represented and the delegates were men of affairs from all over the country Who came here to consider plans for the evangelization of the entire world They numbered 4500 in all Among them were men of national and international prominence Former VIce PresIdent Fairbanks attended as a representative of the Metho dist Episcopal church Several governors were present United States SenatQrs Dolliver of Iowa and Boy erldge of Indiana and former Senator Teller of Colorado were present at the first session A number of former governors of states were registered Among them were former Governor Hadley of Missouri former Governor Yates of Illinois and former Governor Hanley of Indiana Soldiers sailors business men professional men and ministers were in attendance The congress closed on Friday Close of Remarkable Campaign This convention marked the close campaignDuringsionary conventions were held under the auspices of the Laymens MIs- sionary Movement in 75 of the lead Ing cities of the country The cant paign began at Buffalo on October 16 The gathering at Chicago was the cli max of the series of conventions A national missionary policy was adopted This policy will be sent to JohnS Sleman the Worlds Missionary conference at Edinburgh Scotland on June 14 where it is expected to exert a pro found conference The delegates were apportioned amongst the vari ous Protestant churches of America in accordance with their membership and to missions The Methodist Fplscopal church ed with 600 dele gates The Presbyterian church was second with 450 men The The North emit Baptist chxirch had a quota of 330 men while the Southern Baptist cOn vention sent 20 0 men The Southern Methodist church was represented by by 255 men The Protestant Episcopal church appointed 210 delegates Most pf the other churches had proportionate representation The various sessions were held in the auditorium The congress opened with the singing of Crown Him Lord of All Right Reverend Charles P Anderson Episcopal bishop of Chi cago made the opening address He spoke on tbcWi11 of Christ for the World dwelling upon the need of church unity Bishop W L McDowell of the Methodist Episcopal church made the second address The first evening was devoted to talks by J Campbell White general secretary of the Laymens Missionary Movement arid i A MacDonald editor of The Toronto Globe Notable List of Speakers Among the speakers on the program were Prince T H Yunof Korea L A MacDonald editor of the Toronto Globe Robert E Speer secretary of Vie Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions William J Schlefolln pres ident of the Ctlzens union of New York Alfred E Marling of New York Mornay Williams chairman of the New York state board of char ities Clement Chase of Omana How ard A Kelly of Baltimore Samuel B Capen of Boston John R Pepper of Memphis Tenn II M Beardsley formerly mayor of Kansas City George Sherwood Eddy of India Robert H Gardiner o Boston Cot Elijah W Halford private secretary to the late President Harrison during his ad ministration Thomas TIppey and William H Lewis of Seattle R A- Long bt Kansas City John B Sleman of Washington founder of the movement William E Swept of Denver Charles A Rowland of Athens Ga Alfred E Marling of New York Judge SeMen P Spencer of St Louis N W Rowell of Montreal John R Popper of aUIvcri f F EXAMPLE SET BEFORE dttltB Good ManyParentsOffspring Slang is tabooed In the fcome ot ft prIcIpsybecausewho displays a persistent aptitude IB retaining expressive fcnt nacolturat phrases The other evening at dinner the mother father and daughter driftai into the vernacular and afresh start was necessary The Btkl girl started ftlmnot stuck on this breed she remarked Maggie said her mother you want to cut that slang oat Thats a peach of a way of correcting the child commented the fa ther I know replied the mottr liMIt I just wanted to put her wtsePhf adelphia Telegraph A girl blushes the first time ayoi fman kisses her because it embar nieces her to think that he might aot have done It DOCTOR ADVISED OPERATION T CnredbyLydlaEPinkhanfiVegetable Galena XanIA year ago teft fiRtho 19 a not sleep It kept I growing krger iMl ulargeI could not go + bed without a hot appliedjJqi one of the best doe tors in Kansas and i P tnatIwouldhaTetow I be operated on as ifc awaslOmethinglibtumor to you for advice and you tow me not get discouraged but to fake Lydia R m le Compound I did take it and soon the Immr ms side broke and passed wayMri R E HTJKT 713 Mineral Are Galena Kans lydiaEPinkhamsYegetableCora pound has proved to be the most sqccessful remedy for curing the worst forma o female ills incIUdingdisplacement inflammation fibroid twriors1rrep laxities periodic pains backache bear Indigetionbut a trifle to try it and the result IDaDJlUfferitgIfyou want special advice writs forlttoMrsPinkhamLyunassItis i The Army of- Constipation Is Growiag Saisilsi ET CT Day CAJtTDS1JT11 LIVER PILLS i- ihdyit rebel ikeypwmwwJyce tMa MiL lies e I1Im let MM bwtiM Stdk Bwfadie SMALL S06 aa bear ae ge 84 S3 aIoys H 3 ISeN IV L Douglas shoes are any other w LDuagasSO other makes OSUnI s0oe to 1180- 0VtDonitJu S330 s3oo and tJSOihoes ar the lowest price quality considered In the world L- iIVER i- PILLSj WUw- SMALLKLL SlWJItQfGENUINE W5Le DOUCLAS S350 250 8JrOUS OES v5otworn- btmorementl makeI- lEQAiJSEJI eqalin FastOokrEyIe 11wfThe jccnulitv hays W r Dontla nameand rrle tTnpecl StitMtltHte Ak cmdtaletar WLDonf riioei If they are for In town write for Malt Order alotr etttnR full direcflonibowio onirr by mall Shuw WefMchanres Constipation constipation end during this time I bad to take an Injection of warm water once every 34 hours before I could have an action oa xay bowel HaprpUy tried CascareU ad today jam avwetl maa During the sine years befere I w iCaacareU I suffered BBtold misery with iatemal pllei Thanks to yoa I am free from all tfcat rabrninr You can fcae this ia behalf ef ufferine humanity JL Jr Fisher Xoaaok Pleasant Potent Taste Goat Do Good Never SIdcenWeakea or Gripe lOc 25c SOc Never sold la bnlkv The gee nine tablet stamped C C C GoanctMdt cure or your raoaey back YOU CAN STOP JrHu8bandfSon 4r Friend from ITILE Palatable DRINKINBJTTrlt me and I will tell on the w h e that will actually top azninlromdtlnWswi itkerwllk or without bli CMMat and wlthoot to kteot Itlme 1wk t ICat e-t bar anQdreda il l n r 1rd CM where It Wll FUn Hal flile t t lbtOlQe Jj l 4 l I T j 4 S iA FO1GING- AHEAD Thomas CL finotwell one of the AmerIcaI inIudjot the multitude of American farmers t are crossing into the Canadian northwest Most conservative esti Itaates of the r number place it at 1150000 for 1910 Some say as many i8 250900 will cross Taese are all expert farmers and their places in the United States are being filled by un ttrained men from Europe and from rapldlyInte a fMlyaar the United States will ave to call on the Dominion for theIUaItedjwith the population A tariff war jettingera axe getting hIgher prices for their cattle qa the hoof and Canadian house thelJintcwjwlTesarje wcelyingrandU paying ta the cattleftween the tWo countries before long ATi Enterprising Age parkteitthisWe hare the opera glass privilege flQrop in a nickel and see the comet tKansas City Journal Ator About This Time Why do they call them ocean inersr the asked Th0yr setting new terms every ayHba said without looking up from sporting page I never heard it fore but an ocean liner is probably hot one that isnt mudded well and rolls into a puddle or something She made no answer but when he had gone to business she phoned the doctor bout him Deafness Cannot SeCured fcy toad fg UeMaB8 as they ausMt reach Urn cU ued porU4aQ the ear Thee only one way to iemed1Peeeaucous Itntag oc the EwUcklsa Tube When thto JaIJllffeeIIh4t aadtin1 the tnflanitioa ean be conelionnothgbut01Pecaav Ha1LDMrkClilit Send for cfrcnlan free awm 00 01edo 0BobikrDn2XcMa7Sc OUn Bail a family Fills for eefietlpatloa The Doctors Data A Howard girl who was uncertain as to her exact age as her father and mother were not agreed on the year of her birth decided to go to the phy Mclan who attended the case He lduWy ce ainly my dear girl HI ge and examine my old books When he came back to report he said find your father charged with a girl baby born on the steenth day of April 189 and I also observe he still owes me for you Howard Kan Courier Was Taking No Chances Qnce won a time a fond mother dfeapproved of her daughter marrying This was the more awkward because the young lady had picked the young man out Also he had wealth And the mother who was widowed had not the wherewithal to furnish her daughter with he variety of frocks and things which her youthful heart craved I might not object to the man so much said the mother one evening you would only let me see him But here is a man whom 1 have never set eyes on and yet one whom you insist on taking for a husband I dont understand such secrecy The daughter replied If I ever introduced him youd insist on marrying him yourself Our Heorew Fellow Citizens It is said that the total number of Jews in the United States is now not less than 1600000 and may reach a total of 2000000 There are about 1000000 Jews in New York city 180 000 in Chicago and 100000 in Philadel phiL Several other American cities contain from 30000 to 80000 Jews Throughout the south in the largest twus the Jews are coming to exercise no mean influence as factors in the business world and the positions of Influence occupied by many of the pee pIe gives the race a power far beyond what might be indicated by its numbers It is said that there are about 3000 Jewish lawyers and 1000 Jewish physicians in New York city Jews own some of the greatest daily papers In the country such as the Philadelphia Public Ledger the New York Times World and Press the St Louis PostDispatch and the Chattanooga Times The Appetite Calls for more PostToasties Let a saucer of this delightful food servedIwith cream tell The Memory ImgersI riocMaisc Bcetam Cereal Ca Ltd Battled Ctetk Mich ALASkAN MtASUREt IS LIKELY TO FAIL Bill Creating a Legislative Council Meeting Strong Opposition ECHOES OF SCANDALS HEARD Promoters of World Peace Expect Roosevelt to Head Proposed Corn mission Effect on NationalS Politics of Hughes Appoint ment to Supreme Bench Washington While there are re eyed evidences that at least four of President Tafts urgent recommenda tions to congress will be given the force of law threJs still gravedoubt about the passage pf the measure giv ing statehood to Arizona and New Mexico and the othejvmeasure which will change the form of government in iSenator on behalf of the senate committee on territories has reported favorably a bill to create a legislative council in the district of Alaska to confer legislative powers thereon and for other purposes A similar measure IB at present under discussion in the house committee on territories of which Representative Edward L Hamilton of Michigan is chairman The administration wants this measure to become a law but it opinIonmatters connected with the territories no matter how vital to the public ser- vIce they may be is brought to bear on behalf of the measure congress may put it into the postponement bag Land of Suspicion Alaska has been called the Land of Suspicion because suspicion has at tached to the motives and methods of men and corporations who havQ undertaken to exploit its great mineral resources The feeling that alt Is not right with Alaska jprobably has had something to do with the comparative- Iy slow progress of the administra tions measure In reaching its pre ent stage The bill changes the form of the territorys government and be cause it does not provide specifically for the election by the people of a representative house It has met with much opposition The administration feels and its feeling seemingly is shared by a good many men who know Alaskan condi tions that the present bill which pro vides for an appointive council repre sents the best form of legislation for the territory under existing conditions The opposition however presents many strong arguments The administration bill provides for the appointment of governor an attorney general and a commissioner of interior and ofmtDes who together with eight other persons to be ap- poInted also by the president for a like term oft years Iby and with the advice and consent of the senate shall constitute legislative council the eight members last above prey ded for shall be when appointed bona fide and qualified voters of the terrI- tory two in each of the four judicial divisions into which the district is now divided For Peace Commission American friends of peace among the nations of the earth are more in dined than ever to believe that Theodore Roosevelt on his return to this country will interest himself in the movement to bring about gradual dis armament of ttiq nations The colonel talked peace privately to the emperor of Austria and his speech at Christi ania has in it the essence of the Scriptural text about turning the spear into the pruning hook A plan is being formulated in this country by men like Andrew Carnegie Joseph H Choate and Representative Bartholdt to have a pbace commission appointed by President Taft with Theodore Roosevelt at its head Mr Carnegie and Mr Bartholdt their friends say believe that the colonel will lend himself readily to the plan and if congress gives sanction to the reso lutlon which is now before it and the president approves it Is said to be extremely likely that before many months have passed a powerful peace commission will be in existence with the Rough Rider colonel at its head Dr Bartholdt is a representative in congress from St Louis and he has introduced into the house a joint resolution to authorize the appointment of a commission to draft articles of international federation and for other purposes The St Louis representa tive knew the time to strike Dr Bartholdts Plan In one of the whereases to the resolution it is sajd tbat the United States ought to public expression to a form of articles of International fed eration which may be recommended to other governments as a fitting Instrument to ameliorate harsh condi tions now suffered by multitudes and to do away with the fer present fear of war Then tire resolution asksthat a commission of five members be appointed by the president with duties as follows First To urge upon the attention of other governments e fact that relief from the heavy burden of military expenditures and from the disasters pf war can best be btalned by the establishment of an international fed eration Second Tp report to congress as soon as practicable a draft of articles or a federation Umit 1to the maln tonance ot peace through the estab lishment of an international court having power to Judge of controversies between nations and to enforce execution of its decrees by the arms of the federation such arms to be pro vided to the federation and controlled solely by it I ThirdTo consider and report upon any other means to diminish the expenditures of government for military purposes and to lessen the probabili ties of war There are things In this resolution which probably to every one except the most ardent of the peace lovers will seem hard of fulfilment but ad mitting of this there is no mistaking the sincerity and virility of the movement to make possible a gradual die armament of the great nations of the world Want Roosevelt as Leader It Is certain that Andrew Carnegie and Dr Bartholdt believe that Theo dore Roosevelt the militant one Is to lend hiff aid and his comfort to the peace cause He may do it in one way and he may do It in another but if congress shall approve of the reso lution which Dr Bartholdt has Introduced President Taft will he asked has been asked in factto name the former colonel of the Rough Riders as a leading member of the peace com mission provided for Inthe resolution of the St Louts representative- The peace men have formed a World Federation league the details of which have been published before this time In a pamphlet made public by the lea ueand which Just now is being given wide circulation for it Is considered that the time is ripe there occurs this paragraph The peace of the world reposes in the hands of eight men The president ol the United States Emperor Wit liam King Edward the czar the pres- Ident of France the emperor of Aus triaHungary the king of Italy and the emperor of Japan At least six of these eight men are peace advocates The vast majority of the subjects of all of them will now favor universal peace and will support measures th will abolish war This publication of the World Fed eration league is Called Theodore Roosevelt and the Peace Movement Andrew Carnegie Richard Bartholdt Hamilton Holt Oscar T Crosby a graduate of West Point by the way and Joseph H Choate today are work Ing with warlike vigor to secure action by congress which may lead the way to peace and they expect that Theodore Roosevelt at Cbrlstlahla or elsewhere will help to make their work easy Effect of Hughes Appointment Now that some few days have passed since Presfdent Taft nominated Charles E Hughes of New York to the position of associate justice of the Supreme court the Republicans and Democrats have had time to figure out what the effect will be of the elimina- tIon of Governor Hughes from the field of politics As long as Charles E Hughes was footloose both par ties knew he was likely to be a great factor in the presidential year Now New Yorks governor Is out ofit for when men go to the Supreme bench of the United States they go on it to stay One thing has been notable in the tone of the interviews which politi clan have given on the subject of the presidents selection of Governor Hug es for Judicial preferment Many of the oldtime Republican politicians of Nejw York state have rejoiced openly beicause the governor has been re moved from the arena of active par ticipation in New Yoriks political affairs Some of the Democrats of New York and elsewhere have shown in what they have said something of ju bilation also because they have felt that Charles E Hughes was a man who It he became a candidate for the presidency might gather to his support thousands of Republicans who might be lukewarm toward other can dldat Up to tho very hour that President Taft sent the name of Governor Hughes to the senate rib one In Wash- Ington believed that the New York man would accept the position There had been considerable correspondence between the president and the gov ernor on the subject of the Supreme court vacancy and It IJknQwn that at the outset the man who was the presidents choice did not take kindly to the proposal to transfer the scene of his lifes work to Washington and to change completely the sphere of his activities Moreover It1s possible that It was something of a wrench for Governor Hughes to give up a perfectly proper ambition common to a good many Americans to be president of tho United States President Taft how ever succeeded In Inducing Governor Hughes to take the view that diity called him to Washington and so the acceptance came asa suprlse to the country and perhaps If the truth were known as just as much of a surprise to President Taft If the presidents policies are en acted into law and the people finally commend his endeavors lt seems that in the ordinary course of political events he willl be named by his party to succeed filmself but If something approaching failure to progress should mar the present administra tions coursjj it is conceivable that the party ujay turn elsewhere for a candidate 0f course there is the second elective term for Theodore Roosevelt toi be considered and while nothing is known definitely of the former presidents mental attitude toward any plUn which there may be to renominate him It is thought by a good many Republicans that under no circumstances will the colonel con sent to have his name go before the Republican Convention GEORGE CLINTON r WHERE ROBE WOULD COUNT MlghtSafely tried to gOt a chance to spea to you at church Sunday said Mrs Old castle but the crush was so great that I couldnt push through to where you were Yes wasnt It awful re lotdustAll bit the common folks in town seem to want to crowd Into our church lately Its too bad they aint satisfied to where they belong How did you like the sermon Well aaa sermon it was fairly good but I do wish Doctor Goodman would quit spitting his Infinitives I try not to let it make ine nervous but I cant keep from being shocked every time he does It I never let them kind of things bother me but thats where the Episcopate have the advantage of us If our preacher would wear a long robe he could split them and we would never notice it1 Kansas City Star PERMANENTLY CURED No Kidney Trouble In Three Years lire Catharine Kautz 322 Center StFindlay 0 says Four years ago I became afflicted with kidjiey trouble and rapidly ran down in health I suffered from back ache and other kid ney disorders and was languid and- weak I doctored Ii and used different remedies but became no better Doans Kidney Pills cured me and for three years I have been free from kidney trouble Remember the name Doans For sale by all dealers 60 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y Obviously A Denver man who visited the mu seum at City park recently tells of a farmer he saw there The ruralist stepped in front of a portrait which showed a man sitting in a highbacked chair There was a small white card on the picture reading A portrait of R H Smith by him selfThe farmer read the card and then chuckled to himself Regular fools these city fellers are he said Anybody who looks at that picture d know Smiths by him self They aint no one in the paintin with hIrnCincinnatIotBonapartes Napoleon entered the clubhouse with a frown a foot deep on his fore head ana a temper not fit for publica tion Mile tonnerres he ejaculated if lever play golf with Baron Munchau sen again may I end my days on the island of St Helena Whats the matter with Munch Bony asked Caesar looking up from his asbestos copy of the Congressional Record dYou get nothing but bad Uesalt over the links retorted the emperor LIpplncotts EyesRelievedMurine For Your Eye Troubles You wllli Like Murine It Soothes Soc at Your DruggIsts Write For Eye Books Fr e Eye Remedy Co Chicago kj An Improvement How did you enjoy your vaca tion 1 Fine It made a new man of met I congratulate your wife PAThKILLERle s aIpound of cure For bowel troubles akin wounds cold and other niL and diea To love abundantly is to live abun dantly and to love forever is to live forever Henry Drummond IMrs Winslows Soothing Syrup flens the gums rcducesJ UiaiiiUonUayspalii cores wind colic SSoabolU Even a truthful man is occasionally guilty of exaggeration ITHE WAY WE JUDGE PEOPLE Gruet Isa very unobservant man You mean that he doesnt see the same things that you do Dont Spank Your Children A little boy on a side stet inAfcroa says he always counts on getting a spanking every Monday because lila mamma does the washing and is so tired and cross she wont overlook his pranks No wonder she is tired and cross but it is hard on the boy If his mother would use Easy Task soap she would have her washing on the line before 9 oclock because Easy Task soap does half the work for her 0The Last Word Det to have the last word the wpman hunted through the dictionary and soon emerged triumphant with a list of 3000 framed from Constantinople aDd received there for one years subscription to the Joy- fUl Homes big prize contestJudge Its good to have money and the things that money can buy but its good too to check up once in awhile and make sure you havent lost the things that money cant buy Lori mer Always keep Imagination under control LP1m4J iii iirijiiirIlii Iin miil- ALCOHOL3 PER CENT AegeiablePreparation forAs- similating theFoodandReula IkitheStomachsandBoweof- I Promotes Dig 6onChur I ness and ReslCpntains neither- p OpiuituMorphine nor Miner- ilNorNARCOTIC Ii tlbrsillVRhlrKlH i I44s Sssd- I eAMIIISJII S6riJ w sml ltil JII IoIkMvL4Per fr for z lion Sour SlomachDiarrnoe WormsConvulsionsreverishr lQnesand LossOF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of H THE CENTAUR COMPAJM NEW YORK Guaranteed under the FoOdj Exact Copy ofW pp tp ll Delicately formed and gently reared women will find in all the seasons of thdir lives as maidens wives pr mothers thatthe one simple wholesome remedy which acts gently and pleasantly and naturally and which may be used with truly beneficial effects under any conditions when the system needs laxative isSyrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna It is well known to be a simple combination of the laxative and carminative principle of plants with pleasant aromatic liquids which are agreeable and refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the system when its gentle cleansing is desired Only those who buy the genuine Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna can hope to get its beneficial effects and as a guarantee of the excellence of the remedy the full name of the company California Fig Syrup Cois printed on the front of every package and without it any preparation offered as Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is fraudulent and should be declined To those who know the quality of this excellent laxative the offer of any substi tute when Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is called for is always resented by a transfer of patronage to some firstclass drug establish sellfalsedruggists todaytof ar r J Ti t t i L L HoodsSarsaparilla Leads all other medicines in the cure ofaU sprin ailiixents humors loss of ajrpetit that tired feeling paTene and r nervousness Take it v Get it today Jn usual limjlffoTm t ftahieta a1lc QrSatbe 1 zpwLOuIk3al0nhirIr rrai1rrrVTSTvT 1EZSP 3WEEFPODERS rORcHDnENIL Hays Hair4leaith Neve Pa s 1jito fls7rNatvra Ip sad eat aad aciit1x y TrveVbtndvg HT XM all rtit BJpSesdPJ010 1a7 50cc ptM lUirark 1IU S A O PNUMs Caevhet eiIsr h G1rfeTrs e kikJvCcil OUTJLat US 4S45I WN U CINCINNATI Np ISlf 1C CASTORIAt PorThhntuntJMIdre The Kind You Rave ir Always Boulltt BearstheAisi Signatm 1I r of t I fy i i Fur 0t Thfrty Years CASTORIA n WESTERN G1MUA What QovDf1IIIHISa IeajO1 1lIflo e ot 54ikMehiaOtuals 1IeM1ct a b7L1ertcaI Q1tI alJghted the reaarJiab 18 18 fcMr Sfdeklt tkH qI PIFvuniand whoadzd tjrrt JtiJ Itl11od1att Thnre IICc a aua1tr ja tM1dI3orCtntw sot s rePNeeautCJlnMweJ5Nt Qr c 4125MIicn Bishils t t lin1fO Jor1wIIksi1IyyIelStotbo et Su caiFreeIneuteLjo1jcOacrI ad or JGO- aat ixssss XMFcc 4 d land forucle- atrei1onb r1cc Mnnirt f outiJtoot1iiwf4sj Jaoe1 fIpereac1IyebtaIid 1partlcnIarapyflt bl loctloa it1IIJEql or PQr If IIMW1WAS- I f Law u1iC4i 1 tiOlI IIaaJrsflfmctYo 1j Will redure lB8anJd Vi tlt ndODLPICle cti be vseO tOOaboulo 4 IIotsi13ook E metusoltnTN JK fosiankInd aMReduces ctralned om pcmetccs1arge4 1t4 Tondrujglatean MMbntrbrw a DEFIANCE STARCL7 jl tllrawe U vsua4 prt a4J DIFIANO IUqQUA J 1 rj W I e 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY I I1910i HAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCKX3 OOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPO NOBLE DENMARK Bed Sorrel 162 hands high fouryearsold and strictly sound Sired VlO l by the peerless Highland Denmark first dam Ky Belle by th6 chant x Pionshlp saddle horse Thornton Star Ky Belle Won first money at yX State Fair for best brood mare and jalso first money for best mare and I colt defeating 16 others She is also the dam of the sensational show b filly that won two 100 prizes at State Fair and sold for 750 at weanling substanceJG5 under saddle He is a colt of wonderful gameness and styfe and pos K sesges all the air and dash characteristic of the Highland Denmarks His C individuality d beautiful form coupled with his popular blood lines will r be sure to producehorses of the highest class He will make the sea son of 1910 at X 20 to Insure a Living ColtiCHESTNUT DARE Cflgtut Dare IS well known to the people of this and adjomJng counties s one of the best breeders in the State My oldUadlsttlL holds giu3 that not one of his colts of any age of seven seasons have ever been defeated in a fhow ring by the colts of any other horse owned or farmed in Washington county Within the last year several of brsRcolts have fcpld at high prices He will make the season at is 15 to Insure a Living Co- 1tHACKNEYBOY Hackney Boy sorrel 16 hands highsired by County Member first Idamby Von Moltke A horse of bone and sure to produce good horses He will stand at 7 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT v v I will also stand my Two JACKS at 10 to insure Living Colt Mrestraded off parted with or bred to another horse or jack sea son money is positively due Mares pastured at 200 per month v Your patronage sOlicit- edH B B LEACHMAN 6oObO XX5OOQOOOCXOCJOCX26eXX3O CXXXXX OOOOGOOOOQOOQQOOOOOO eOO XXXOQpCXXXXXXXXXXOOOOOOCCCXXXXXXXXXXOOOOOGOOOOOO I RED BIRD 1956Everybody knows this grand old horse by a son and out of a daughter of another son of Cabellsi Lexington No better breed I ing in the register and no better breeder in Kentucky than this c old horse When its too late you will be sorry you didnt breed to him He will serve only 20 mares 4 30 to Insure a Living ColtI RED BIRD Jr 8 gaIunder the saddle This horse was sired by Red Bird 1956 and is ofGeorgeWilkesI 15 to Insure a Living Colt t 4 JackofDiamondsA Grand Young Jack at 10 His book is full but come and see himjyou may want to to him another year He is by Kings Giant and his first dam breedIson ot Brignolia and his second dam is by old Napoleon The above hordes and jack will make the season of 1910 at I JH THurmans farm Qn quarter mile N irthtast of Springfield Ky Mares grazed at3and fed at15 per month NO STOCK SHOWN ON SUND- AYTHURMAN r PETERSi oooooooooOOooooocooooooooooocoooooooooooooc RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMERMake your home as modern for your positionAbe accomplished by means ot our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small com pared with the benefits received Call or address our near eat office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special FARMERS LINEa rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States lof Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion of Indiana and IlUnois CUMBERLANp TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY 7 Incorporated I11GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS D M GOl THE SURE4ROWING- ND Are a safe proposition because we can buy them i 11 under a guarantee that f1us iP mcnt found to be unsatls I factory can be shippers expense That means no chance four having poor seeds in stock Doesnt that make GOLD MEDAL SEEDS apretty good SEEDS proposition for you I I 1 J M TRINTWILLISBURG KY I t I1 I t I1 i WIE GREENE BarberShop tv I have purchased of Mr Raymond Nally his Barber f shop next to theTalton hotel and will conduct the L bustriess at the same stand I am Always ready to rye ct my customers and askthat you giye me a share of your patronage ft tIam agent tor the Home Laundry of Loulsviile and have a Dry Cleaning and Pressing establishment in connection with my barb r shop When wanting Laundry dope or your clothes need 1MiRnirg and Prgsing call on me All work guaranteed W JJi W ik li L u lti WW W rv I LONE JALK Mr Marcus Lawrence has purchased a new graphaphone which will furnish great amusement for the neighborhood Miss Jennie Litsey andMrs Margaret Brewer attended the funeral of Mrs Alice Cull at Mackville last Thursday Mis Mary C Taylor and son Hebren spent Friday and Saturday with her daughter Mrs Lizzie Boswell of Mackville G W Cocanougher spent Friday of last week with his cousin J W Funk Mr Ed Anderson of Louisville was the guest of his uncle R M Anderson TuesdayMr M Anderson and wife spent Sunday with the latters father Henry Whiteman pf Pleasant Grove Mr Harry Haydon and Miss Mattie Tobin dtterJded church at Springfield last Sundayl Quite a attenIded the at Bethlehem last Friday The local horse traders of this place are Henry Lawrence Bud Ceffee J D Boswell and Tom Skeen They have traded horses through each other for the last two weeks Ir Lawrence is winner by fiye dollars Mrs C FI Cocanougher is very ill at this writing Ray Lowbtrand JD Boswell atten ded county court atHarrodsburfi last Monday j IT G Stumphand family S TIStumph and family and Charlie Hall and sister jjucie attended church at Mackville last Sunday Mr Frank iLitsey has disposed of his foxes and pet squirrels Mr Berry nderson of Louisville is the guest of J M Anderson and wife Mr Abner Bilton and wife were the guests of J E Anderson and wife Sun day of last week Frank Litsey and Ray Logsdon were in Louisville Sunday of last week Mr Henry Stumph and wife were the guests of Mr Otis Milton and wife Sunday of last week VoteIIf they did millions would vote Dr Kings New Life Pills the true remedy faggedfeelingspation dispelling colds imparting ap petite and toning up the system theyre unequaled Easy safe sure 25c at Haydon RohertsPns TEXAS Mrs Mattie Crane and children of the Long Run neighborhood spentpart of last week with Mrs R L Arnold Mr Joe Caybrooke of Springfield was here Thursday the guest of Mrs Iris Peterson Mrs Chas Harmon of Lebanon is the guest of relative here John Peterson and Lucian Purdom were in Louisville the first of the week Mrs Char Brady of Springfield and Mrs Chas Jefferies of Louisville spent Thursday with Mrs R L Arnold Charlie Noe and Matt Nelson of Springfield weire the guests of Mrs Clem Cocanougper Thursday Tom Cocano her of Danville is here this weekja Mrs Lee Cochran of Lebanon was here recently the guest Relatives Mr and Mrs J C Gordon have re turned home after a pleasant visit with friends at Lexington Marion Shanks is in Louisville this week lee Yankev df Stawart spent Fri day with his sIster Mrs Clem Cocanoug her Sam T Spalding and George Moore of Lebanon spent Friday at the home of JD Peterson Mr and Mrs Gee Cocanougher of Haidins Chapelspent Friday with Mrs RL Arnold The pepole ofj this communty met Sunday afternoon and organized Sun daySchool Every one is invited to attend eyery Sunday Afternoon promptly at 3 OClock Rev R L Purdom left Monday morning to attend the Preachers con vention Sit Baltimore Mo He will he gone about eleven days Mrs Will Murphy who has been very ill jar som time is now able to be out again Mrs Tom Wilsjp is on the sick list Mrs C F Coca o gher is much im proved after several days illness Beware of Ointments for Lat arijh That Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and com letely derange the whole ystem whez enterinsr It through the m IcoUH surfaces Such articles should never be used except on pre scripti n frOm reputable physicians as the danage they will do is to the gocd you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken mternallv acting directly upon the blood a id mucous surfaces of the sys tem In buying Halls Catarrh Cure he sure you get the gnuinE It is taken byFSold jy druggists Price 75c per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for confti pation The Sum and CourierJournal 150 The SjdngfleW Sun 100 per yeat t r I ti ACI VIUElMiss Irene Sutton of WiUisburg was the guest of Miss Lillie Young Sunday Mr and Mrs Lee Riley of Fenwick were guests of Mrs Bertha Turne SUhday fajiyofHaIrods day with Mr and Mrs John Harmon MissRose Shewmakef has been visiting relatives fiere returned home Miss Maggie Hyatt his is visiting relatives here Miss Anna Riley of spent Sunday with Naomi Sweeney Mr Will Shewmaker who has been sick for some time is improving Miss Myrtle Shewtriaker was the guest of Ora Bottom Sunday Mr Irvine Mayes wife and children spent Sunday at tne home qf Mr Willis BQttomI fE I yICKt Born to thwife Harmon May 5 1910 a ten pound girl Mother and daughter are doing welL We are sorry to say that Mrs Jim Lanham is no better at this writing Mr Charley Jeffries and wife of Louisville and Mrs C L Brady of near Springfield ipjperit Monday with Mrs W M Jeffries Miss Ella White spent Wednesday night with Miss Est l Fowler Mrs Thad Anderson and two daughters Maria and Rosa spent Thursday with Diana Smithat this placerMrs JE Harmon met with quite a painful accident lapt Friday Whim playing croquet she caugh her foot in one of the wickets falling to the grounc and receiving painful bruises MY Albert Hinejof Hill boro passed through here hunting hands to set tobacco He is putting in a large crop this year Mr Charlev Grumes wife and daughter Ethel are visiting relatives and fnends in Hart courltv Mrs Myrtle Smith is the sick list Everybody is in a hustle about set ting out their tob ccoLuckto you boys and may your rayers bring good seasons Mrs Nan Fenwick and daughter Louise spent Wednesday night witn Mr Loide Fen wick of the Ridge Miss Lena Graves is spending this week withher sister Mrs Jim Lanbam News is pcarce in hIS vicinity The women ar busy vibu their gar ens chickens arid house cleaning What has become of the Willisburg HilIsboro Gasburgi Bohon Cardwell and Maud correspondents Wake up we want to hear froth all There are friends and relatives in foreign land who take this paper jand look forward to it coming each feekasyou look for your beau on ay disappoint them Tell th6m the news John D Rockefeller would go broke if he should spend his entire income trying to prepare a btter medlcm than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhma remedy tor dia rhoea dysentery or bowel complaints It is simply im possible and so says everyone that has used it Sold by all druggists DEEP CREEK 4 Mr and Mrs Anderson Lawson who have been visiting here for five months have returned to thjeir home at Rock Wall Texas It was a sad good bye with their many tuends as it may be the final 8epar tiontMav the Lord bless them and keep them is the writ ers prayer Born to the wife or Mr Oda Coyle on May 7 fine gfr Mrs Clyda Coyle spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Rosa Cocanougher Miss Flossie Isham is spending a few weeks with Mr and Airs W D Coca nougher 1Mr and Mrs W H Elliott ente tained as their guests Mr and Mrs WI B Carpenter last Thursday Mr und Mrs Martin Matherly attn ded the birthday dinner given In honor of Mrs Bettie Milt n near Mackviile last Wednesday Miss Susie Elliott is spending the week with her brother Mr GeorgeL Elliott near Texas lastlThulast Tuesday nicrht with Lena Coyle at Jensonton IMr and Mrs Martin Matherly enter as their gUest lat Sunday Mr and Mrs Gooshy Isham and Mr and Mrs W D Cocanpugher Mr Adam Elliot and wife spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrd Geo Elliott Mesdames Mollie and Clyda Co IeI apeHt last Wednesday ifternoon with Mrs Lishie Coylet Mr R L Arnold and lArvin Arnold bought Mr Johnnie Bests sheep at 750 per head The splendid work of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily coming to light No such grand remedy for liver and bqwel tipubles was ever known before Thousands bless them for cur ing constipation bilious ness jaundice and indigestion Sold by all druggists j 0 An Indigestion f Remedy Free otherwisehealthy i thatthegans are the most Important organs of the body it would seem that a dis seriouslytheyilkeoftentheandIrregularIndigestiongo osuggest I CaldwellsSyrUpstomach liver and bowel troubles That Michdidthe same and are cured are Ida A For FThompsontually considers that It saved his life oftheneedItand besides the laxative effect contains peclally tonetheneeded In indigestion All sufferers from Indigestion who have never used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin writingthe t home without any charge In this way satIsfactionindigestionremedy you will throw violent cathartics tablets salts etc away Ifthere is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you ruDy There la no charge for this service The address Is Dr Wf B Caldwell Caldwell bldg Slonticello Ill for sale by The Red Crpss Drug Store Yojir Stationery Is your silent representative If you sell fine goods that are up todate in style and of superior quality it ought to be reflected in your printing We produce the kind that you need and will not feel ashamed to have represent you That ii the only kind it pays to send out Send your or den to this office- SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN We earnestly request the patrons of thus column to us when you sell your stock etc so we can discontinue advertisement Under this head nil persons who are subscribers to The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other wantedLaudserted in another department of the paper at tiothinKT P OBryan city has for sale team of work mules about 15 hands high Dr John Deboe Kt 4l1as has for sale a good cow and caf Ben D Clements Rt 2 has for sale 500 bushels of corn MrsfWm Jeffries Rt 3 has for Plymouth Rdck eggs 15 for SOc Also Indian Runner Duck eggs 13 for 50c J KWalls has for sale 1800 bushels of corn m the year IIMrs itt 1 iDbcksegRs50cents0l15 JP lil Howard Rt 4 has for sale CornishIndia Game eggs 150 and 2 for setting of U5 Little Charley Martin has for sale lots of shugar cain eed cheep Mrs G N Willett Rt 2 has for sale Single Cpmb Brown Leghon eggs Forbes strain first pen head o by Teddy 2ond 150 ncr setting of 15 2ond pen LOO per setting pens are headed by prize winners Mrs J S McElroy City has for sale Black Minorca eggs 50 Cents for 15 OOdlIfo15lIrsJ L MartjnRt3 has for sale S C R 1 Red eggs From pen 2 for 15 from yard SOcIGriindy Home extra nice Light Brahama also eggs from choice stock pennedI per setting of 15 Premium Mrs Kent Blandford Rt 5 has for sale Indian Rurer Duck eggs 12 for 75 cents Mrs Kate Litsey Rt 3 has for sell S C B Leghons and S C B Orph m ton eggs for sale 100 for 15 Loyd Haydon Jr has for sale Pure settingfoMrs Sam Tucker Rtl has for sale Rhode Island Red eggs From pen 1 forsettingoffifteenI Pure bred Plymouth Rock eggs 75 for setting of 15 Mrs R B Cregor Rt 3 Lebanon has for sale S C Rhode Island Red Cockerels from first prize winners Toledo Poultry Show peGraffe strajn at 80c each Eggs from pen for 15 T A Gruhdy Rt 1 has for sale from 150 to 300 cedar posts Will sell reas ojnable D BWilson Rt 3 has for sale about 2000 hickory split tobacco sticks T J Graves Springfield has for sale about 200 Kentucky River WteroMapleJhactos trees 15cc nd 20c e chv J TL W Tv 171 It Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKV Dental work at reasonable prices Al work guaranteed J Office over HnyrtoU Barber tBD LAKE Insurance Ajent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire arid Accident DH M W HYATT OFFICE OVER THE REt GROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCO OFFICEioURS IF 1030 to 12 m 4 05p fnu Dr J CMu r iItIc J BATDONS ffroiw Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 tqlrr j J tI LAMPTON MD j f SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera Hone enceiNp38f if T SCOTT MAYES fATTYATLAW rWIand adjoining counties in the Court of rAppeala tnd Courts CC McCIIORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In all State andTed r l Conrti Vt W D CLAYBRQOkEll- ATTYrATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice jn tne courts of WasbisrtOB AppealsMARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER fcifWashingtoui S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield KyoCrying of public sales a specialty Will go anywhere redo able Phone 84 N1M IUSELL- AUCTIONEER Lebanon fty RtS Crying of public sales a specialty Can cry sales anywhei ch a eI than the cheapest Phone 1 lopg 1 short Lebauwi Exchange JOHN YI MA MIFuneral Director And i Licensed Embajmerf SPRINGFIELD KENTGKY f Best Attention f Every courtsey shown ttiRdsoine Line of Caskets aid Burial sbu JIftmE WORLDS MEATE5UEWI WlCWit LIGHT RUNNING EWHOM JfyonwanteltheraVlbratlrigrShnttiftlfehtty or a BewtngMacblne wrlt THE MEW MIME SEWINI MAWilJI SSMPAII Orange MesMany sewing machines are wd to sell MgMillm of Quality bet the New H HM U scd Our euanntr never ras otm fcy aistherlied dealers Miy FOil SAt wr t EdM Russellt I