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T rrw 1 I t 1f y tLJ tfb E i J tJ3 + fI r e i p IJ1 t t n11 i i t I j r i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS oI WASHINGTON COUNTY r t r Sij y i n J j J J r 1I i YILVME VIIISPRINSFIELI kY WEDIESIAiIEGEMIEI 1 Jlfl huN I LI THENEW KRAUSE 7 4 P1AtiOCONTEST BOOMING jePst Week Sees New EnerKY Among The Candidates Remem I beThat The Battle is Not to The Swift And Strong But He Who Endures to The Endtt J 44WHO WILL GILT TI1E fiNE PIANO IS THE QUSTIOP The popularity cQntestfor the pOsses iQhotthe flue pianos now going on is- eieatingno end of interest among the ladies The hustling for new subs nb- El for the Sunlit order to secure 1000 Gvotes at one cr kand the selling ot and General Merchandise due I bills on the Haydon Willett an Pe tersop Spalding stores is taking the I yorwwornen Out everywhere it might b possible to secure votes for the no The ballOtThg this week discloses some surprising jumps and recal the old adage The battle is not to the swift and strong but he who endures to the end IIWho will be the winnei is a question nQ me can at present an 1twer fol a it often occurs in these andgetthere subscriptions TO OBTAIN VOTES on old subscriptions to The Un 500 votes a iew to we votes votes at office Go frienus etthemto I4HOW paying up orsubscribing for The Sun at Haydon WillettsSooreand PeterSon Spald ycur friendsto do likewise dollars worth purchased dollar spent their jewelry de 500 votes your to stores ILISToj The NDDAjESI During the past week a much larger vote was cast than on any preceding week Some of the ndidates have abown theirdeterinmation to win one oQ the fine pianos and have been on the jump verYday soliciting subscriptions tQr the Sin and selling due on jew elrv and getting their friends to vote br them when they bay goods or pay r accounts atthe stores of Haydon 4ttDe 11 I t x JI1ssMay Curry by- a giri of several thouSand votes comes to front this week for the piano at Bayon Willetts store Miss Bessie Coanugher retains first pos tiop by persistent soliciting of votes for the pi anoat Petersor Spaldings store FoJowin is the list of candidates for the piano at Haydon Wmetts Drug Stor at Springfielth Name Votes May Curry 30750 Mae Mayes uo 300 Jodie Spalding 15700 RZxie Cecil 9352 Edith McL in 8400 Lilly Simms 5300 Sadie Fenwick3800Eliza Hagan3 C00 j Lillie Campbell uo 280l Bessie Settles 2 800 Mary B Ma terBi 270Q- Mayml Pardeu2600Ma-bel Wi1liam2600Mar-yTongIrene Sitthn uo 2200 1900 BIjgg WycoffisooBlanch SblrIeym 1500 Nellie Andrews 1500 Ma Bodine 1200 Naomi Sweeneyuo 1200 Ressie Kays uo uo 1200 Fannie Litsey 1000 Margie Graham uo 1000 Magie May Wycoff4 1000 Yerna Rogers 1Or0 I9a Colvin 1000 BY pmthe largest aU Our Sixth We wish to announce to our readers ald rieflds generally that we had a birthday Jist week The Sun celebrated itssrxth anniversary and is now go onseveh ThanKs itbun9Ttts sixth birthday it a healthy and heartyinfAntbne that not protective to make it thrive As it grows jn years it be the of the editor and make it increase in s to the of and of rnate pleasure profit year by year to Rs patrons and readers in the future as In the past eto furnish the people a lean newsy paper one that- 4aTi be taken mtoany nome and read without offending the sensibilities ot I contests the candidate laga behind for weeks suddenly forges to the front and finally carries off the prize when when other IS supposed to have a lead cannot be overcome aU a question of getup The lady who gets out after newspaper putting in the spare moments in getting her friends to vote fOr her IS the one who oms in vIctorious at the end Uf the race This ison a strictly fair basis and it must be understood neither lHaydon WiIlett PEterson Spalding nor 8un has a favorite candidate nor will they ask anyone to vote a certain candidate Get busy and canvass the county You may be surprised the votes that are waiting br you paid wenve pn subscriber The Sun give 100q AU IS paid this see your and EverY means 200 votes Every in new Get friends at these and cast bills t1ie Mrs LL endeavor the for Florence Steelei iooo- Mabel Price 1000 01lie Iett 1000 May Haydon 1000 Haggie Royalty 1000 Catherine Nelson 1000 Beulah Thompson 1000 Bessie Sweeney 1000 Essie Hungate 1000 OlaHoctermanu 1000 Mry Rose Jeans 1000 Fay Montgomery r r 1000 10001JStanislaus 1000 Willie Ruby1000Q-ra Bottom 1000- Beulab Shewmaker 1000 Shewmaker 1000 ettieB9w1es 1000 Following is the list ofcandidates for the piano at Eeterson Spaldirgs Store at Texas NameVotesBessie CocanougIe 217400 Myrtle Cocanougher194400E- lla Whitehouse185 800 Marie Arnold184 700 Bertha Hayes161400i-va Cocanoueher147800Ca-ssey rjghtm 125700 Hagan100 200 Berziiece Lawrence Lucy Claybrooke 91 700 Hattie Logsdon 73200- cristineKimber lin m 71600 Verna 6tOOO 58200 Tizzie Lnrham 53600 MaUl 43400 Stella May liegley21000M- rs Lizzie Barrjclc Sadie Young 47QO Rhoda Begley1750 tGOOD FOR 50 VOTES iF USED DECEMBER 14 ANDIDATE j1 Ohl2 Springfield Sun- 1 EXTRA OFFERSun otfers to the young ladies who collect the largEst amount of money ri3nlbscrlption by Saturday Oecember31 by4 following gift Tothe Lady collecting the first amount500s4T6 the Lady collecbn the second largest arnount This offer applIes to candidates in both contests r I Anniversary lng to friends the finds self does need Will endeayor manager to useful people the county and Our ban with 1 bright J who some that Itis contest that over buy Cat Morajai Hose Pauline Barricks Ella 1910 The 1910 290 the most fasticilous Our pathway is not always strewn with roses and we asK our friends to help us by informing us as to the news Events and matters of interest transpiring in the county and- thereby encourage the growth of this llnm1qdfulohnanyfavors will stick as they have the Sun will sure 14get by and then some A sprained atiklewill usually disable the injured person for three or four propertreatmntment is applied a euro may be effected ISlone1Robertslnonma SLA tI McCIIORD OF LOUISVILLE Appointment Urged to Succeed Senator Coclrill on Inter state Commerce Comn Washington Deq 1 When Pres- idht Taft ar the beiining ot flext week completes the writing of his me sage to Congress he will take up the consideration of some remarkable in dorsements given Charles C MctJh9rd of Louisville for a place on the Inter state Commerce CommissiOn Fhis was todayAsioners of the United Stater have writ ten to the President requestIng that Mr McChord succeed to the place left vacant by the expiration early this SepatozFUnofficially Mr McChard is the can dicate of the Association of Railroad Commissiopers lfor the commission rshlp it having been only at his request that the association did not pass a formal resolution in favor of his selection for the place by the President JOHNSONOPENS IIIS cAMPAIGN Briefly Outlinps His Platform In ills Race for Governor and Promised Hearty SupporLB- owlmgGreen I KYNov 2Theformal announcement 01 Ben Jobnson- as a Candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor was made in The Opera House this aftetnoon before a crowd that filled the spacious amphitheater During the forenoon his room at the hotel was filled with yiOltors among them being Dr McCormack Harry Lazarus John B Gaines C U McEI Toy J C Siulln D W WrJghtJ H Wilkerson and other prominent pollt1 clans all of Whom pledged him thei r support in hIS rate Hon Clarence UIMcr1roy introduced the speaker Mr Johnson devoted a fw of hiS speeeh tonatitlnallsStiesaminuteI launch d into the advocacy of to the governorship He said not in this campaign say anything in regard to any opponent which coud be used as campaign material by the Re publicans in case any of them should win the nomination over him With their political record he said he had right to deal In answer to a charge that the Re publicans ot his congress nal 1tistrict had Jet election go by default Mr Johnson read an article from he Louisville Herald which said that Dr Gaddie his Republica opponent had madea gum shoe campaign of the district organizing MeCreary clubs in every precinct in the hope of defeating him or so reducing hi3 majoiity as to eliminate him as- a faCtor in the Governors race He said Senator McCreary had been apprised of this mOvemenr three weeks before the election as he had sent Mr McCreary marked copies by reJistert mail He saId he heard nothing from 14r4McGreary regarding the matter un- tdFriday before the electiOn He as serted that if the situation had been re verSed and Senator McCreary had bqen a candidate for Congress he would have dropped everything else and gone to his tistrict and would have prey nteJ any such movellent He charged Senator McCrearywllb acquiescence in the plot to encompas the defeat Gov BEckliam to the United States Senate after he became the Democratic nominee Concerning hIs own attitude in this matterher ad a copy ot a telegram he had sent 10 Gov Beckham tendering his support and asking what he could do to forward the Governors chances He paid a high tribute to the farmers of Kentuc- kVi to the tobacco growers and said If electeduov rnorof Kentucky and if ever called upon to ap point a United States Senator he would appointOne who would yte on the side of tha who need assistance Mr JQHnsn spoke extemporaneously and was listened to with in erest A delegationheaded by the veteran Judge Milliken came up from Franklin and calledon Mr Johnsonathig hotel An other delegation came from Logan county while Edmonson sent overt goodly number iit Wont Do Rev John Ii1I a minister in a ser mon at Cincinnati recntlv oak the position that in Heaven we will go right along doing the things we did Ill this Ti1ats discouraging if true Try to picture Mr Rockef p ller being In Heaven and at thesarne time cut off from the Figurativefy wellsIfrom throne to throne instrucing the twelve Apostles how to judge all the gameIhad the first heaerthanair machine It wont do Rev Hl1n vouve got Eo change the work 17 ff LT r oiooooo- OK j OFGOOBS- At rJ l l Sacrifice Prices FOR CASH41Mr W II Wharton has bought an interest in our business and order to reduce our stock we will make Sacrifice Prices on 1irYltem in I our house + 11 Bed worth 9 for600B-ed worth 6 Bed wortn up 5 Ior3i50These are vaal sand less than prices today 100 Bed from f25 tp 4bO fort8Scthese cost Suits andOvercoats For Cash we will sell Suits and Overcoats t Cost consisting of The well kuGwn makes of Hart lffnerf Marx awl the Wellwortli CIQth sJQe 4n Seiusteimer Cos Perfection Suits ud Overtats L t forBovs ndLChiidrem t r O ur o f WY iJM Tl 4 l drens Cloaks will be at cost for CASH i J I Mens WOmenS Childrens Shoes and Rubbers at Cost- 1 COAT SUITS We thirtyfive Womans Coat Suits j This sale at cost ranging price from 6OO tO20 qO rare opportunity buya new SUIt for little money 4G tMt tHr XMASPRESENTS I i We a complete stocik of Uoliday Goods 1ri tit Gents and Ladies Umbrellas Mufflers H5 v + Siery Gloves UandIercbiefs Toilet Articles cuff and Collar Boxes Glove Boxes Art Good etc that go at Reduced PrIces Wt H I WALL PAPER THALFPRlq IIBIANKET Blankets up to Blankets up to for400Blankets to blanke priced jobbers C mfortsworth go to 250 A offered have in A have Fine Carpets Matting Oil Clothliinoeumi tac Curtain Druggetts and Rugs ai1 Mnu 7 lacturers and Importers prlces s This sale includes every thing in our store and you cannot afford to miss the eit- raordinary low prices we are offering Our entire stock Qf Uress Goods Girghftrns Outings Flannellettes Notions etc will be offered at price lot less than they can be bought i This is 4fl opportunity to buy goods for less price than you have ever had them offered to you Come to see us and be convinced Cunningham Duncan r d V 1 j- L l 1 Ti F T HT w i t f II Ij1JC Fc7 Jr rr 5 I jijJf t r t J 4 The Springfield Sin HL MITH Edlter afld Pb1jsherP- RTNcPTELD t KENTUCKY Do t altuM the weatherman TrweU long farewell to the Jce- I 1ieatlie brings out fine birds flze bau fBoe mo make good aoney but M1ghtylitt1e of it Athrone upheld by bayonets I sue tot Oo r or laterV Ay1ator are 1ulllng down some rich ptiZSfrOm the upper air- rc women dow to cen5i- ir 18 W ar gIflSt paddingV HoWeY1r the undertakers Jay- ot et1teCtm ubsidIzfngVfootbaL A a uggeaut the aeroplaneVIS mnlng the automobile a mighty close A wesUrnVf9wer extinguished a baie 1nh1 kitchen with milk WaoucltKkL VWeYe come to the oncluslDnthat L1ltUDln hU sp4ig beaten forty Ways from the jack 1Vth math- beV such possibility as betUng on- Vgreth1DLgV Hele Is where the foolhardy man eglnaa dangerOus iiiUznacy tilth the pDeumonla germ eagelot aviation al1sfora nce of pedator With eyes on the Vtops of theIr kads J pu exported nearly 1000000V- Pound pt human balrIast year Do b lyotr wife her share With forty bankers in the Leaven Jworth prlion that institution be- om1ng too V5StOCXt1C for plain fpIk2 R 70UV chew your fOOd with sum lent carey9U will live a long titheV- fabt YOU wil1 have toilve L long timeVCheer up Soon the big chrysan themuma will be competing for the worlds championship at the flower OW tri fresh eggs aresaidfub ew butthtd es not discourage the erft ilgii painter tthe corner- groceryVSo maul utoDiobUe accidents at railroad giade crossings teach the necessity of care ontbe paxtot drlersV There are lovely bits of coloring to be obierved about sunrise these crisp iorning not Including that on the early pedeStrians noseV 1gduniverity professors have quit making sensational statements One of em tells l1s as bit of news that Woman has ruled man for ecu turlea A Virginia father with 56 chIldren is aconvict but under the circumstances lie deserves some ymp thy Think of mipporting such a family on the aver- ge salary There Is a man In New Zea1axi who lays claim to 167000000 worth of property In New York city He would IIsave a better chance if the New York had not seen it first IersIn one respect the colleges ark not p to date They Issue no life and accident policies to the yungmen wio o out on the foothall- field to battle for alma mater When a man renth a fiat all he an- do about the J1laceJB to sit around and lookout of the window But when he occupies a hubYe cottage hehasr many things to keep his mind off his other troubles f The Connecticut thbacco crop and the Now Jersey cranberry crop are bigger this year than they ba b n for along long time Unfortunately few ot us can llye on cranberries anttCon necUcut tobacco A man whosO antomobile bro e down the other dY offered i000 for a new and vlgorous profane oath A man who wantS to swear and doesnt know how may not be good but ijm PlY lacking in Imbatfon American Teturning tourists wil3 now not only have to pay the duty n wbat tsln their trunks but also on the i1kslhmselves Mid about the only way of Smuggling left now is to bring trunk and contents over In D- ainhlPi It has been pointed out tht that New YorK judge who decided that a man Is not obliged to support hisI motherln law is a bachelorWherdc Ignorance Is bliss and thO rest of it The taek to the farm movement gets aTlOPIer boost in the tuberculosis atUstIcs Supplied by the census bureau FrQ these figures It appears that t iiccupatfon most favorable to het1tb 1dt freedom tram consnmp- ttox isr iing In other words outdoor III t sctivlty near tb DaritirVi JUt ccdUCG tQ lotigevity VV VVVJyfV VV dJ 1 jrt VSmart BY JULIA BOTTOMLEY T influence ot Oriental dea in more evident ln our mmineg styles tharifor nan Yayear The dressier tUrbans for evening wear ap pear tobepiecs of rich fabric draped about the head and fastened with gOI geaus looktag ornaments of mock jj3weIs Gold and silver tissue and jeweled bands are used In these For datwesx futbans made on larger frames Show crowns in hand some fabrics suh as heavy brocades tapestrJesand g1ior silver tissues Tinsel nets are draped over silk nets orhLcc Nothing Is more popular for the brims or coronets thdi bands of fur Tills Is in fact the furriest of seasons Fur bands appear about the bottoms of handsome gowns for streetsor visiting and on the filmiest- Of fabrics for evening wear Lace hats iIth collars of rich fur and hats of all descriptions share with the gowns the smart touch of fur BARGAINS IN CHEAP STUFF Few Deft Touches Will Frequently DifferIpearanc Often you will see real bargains In frocks and blouses on the ready made counter Do not gIve one look at the cheap lace or trimming pr at the way the seams are finished and throw it back Bjiy your bargain take it home and redeem and regenerate It t Cheap lace can be replaced by good i dainty h l1elr net frills can take the place Qf cheap rfiles seams can be restitched and coarse em- broiderY worked overby hand If the mateIial and the cut justify your buy ing the garment taU you caD give it nindividua1 toucth that will raise the value of your bargain 75 per cent And eyen wheni there is nothing notIceably heap or common about the garment try togIv lhose little extra touches then you will be in no danger ofmeeU g your new gown on another woman at the next stret corner USEFUL DRESSING JACKET Of cream flannel finished at the edges with blanket stitch in old rose silk and threatted with satin ribbon in same shade This is a very easy pattern for the home dressmaker Vimproving a The most BlouseItory way of obtaining ered shirtwaist In t Jiurchase a ready made waist with machine embroidered design and work over the embroidery b3 haiid thus saving stamping pad ding and making the waist Ablou 9 embroidered in this way will deceive tht most expert n edlewornan 71 tl For less expensive millinery e turban of velvet Isthem fit effective that n be chosen In order t get best results a good qua 1ty ot plain velvet is selected or one pf the panneu velvets In good colorings The latter are a little less expensive than good quality In plain velvett Fancy feathers and wings are chosen for their decoratlon It takes about a yard and a huff ot velvet to make a turban Rows of parallel shirrings confine the velvet to the frame which may be either 01 wire or of buckram soft crpw should be support d by a linIng of crinoline Fabric hats are much in evidence Silks saUns velvets brocades tapestries figured ribbons Ufld colors of various descriptions all are cast in the play for wIflter milliiery bUt velvet holds sway In the star part TWO PRETTY HOLID YGIFTS SUpper Case or8ewlng Sag moth a WeIcome and Ser lceable Present arbdelightfuleasily made and yery 4usefuf to the receiver Th y m ybo made from any stray pieces of br1ght colored silk linen Chintz satin denim or In ifdesiredveloped in pinkflowered cretonne bound with darkgreen braid baghasprettYfanc1ison the outside of the flap Fancy brass rings are sewed to the upper edge through which in run the ribbon which regulates the fullness about the toP and Is used to nanglt up by ivJdedintomeans of cardboard interlining require sevenelghths yard of mgterial 22 inches wide Qrllveeighthll yard 3G oftSpesowing bag needs 13 yards 22 Or more Inches wide with 2 yards of- brat4 and seven rings CtelUo Caps Parisian women have taken with enthusiasm to the now knitted caps t otherbrightThese are warm light and pretty and will be much worn this winter for skating etc and as traveling caps The idea originated with a little girl who sold dolls cups of this sort at the Paris races Men Like SimplicIty of Fare How Vmay wel1inea 1ng housewives make the mistake In their overzealou hospitality to furnish men guests with elaborate dishes when simple weD preparedfoods would please the inca so much more Anyhostess who will bear this fact In mind will notonly save trouble expense and time but will also please her masculine gtiesth to a greater extent Sash for Slender Figure The slender woman who canne wear the too narrow girdle should try the sash with the pump or obi how worn in front its folds arranged in perfectly flat loops and the whole of stiff wide ribbon The effect is most becoming and very easy M wear besides extremely fashionablo To Save Troubl- eFromgarmentstliat hnvebe n laid aside cut the atrlp containing the button toles leaving enough latetla1 to turn underV Use this strip as a- flyto new garments thereby saving both tithe and bor t rKENTUCKY i GLEANINGS 1 WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIfFERENT SECTIONS QF 0 THE COMMONWEALTH 1r MORE AND BTTEFiCQRN Proper Selection Qfseed ShOuld Produce Better Yield FrankfottPr9per electlon of seed corn and better cultivation of ihe ground In Kentuck willresult in doUbling and perhaps trebling the yield of corn according to M C Ran kin commlfs5foner f agriculture Results obtained frqm 1h use of Seed corn supplied by the state for experimental puzposes Indicate that It would bean easy matter to Increase tue yield twofold and that In nly one s ason Kenthciey is behind manyot the western states In corn producUon The average for an acre In KentuckY is less than thirty bushels while the average for Kansas or Iowa is well oVer a hundreds bush ls and some land hbQenk- nown to produce l1ghas 160 bushels This extreme production ihow cv r was only for one or two acres and no large fte14of corn produced such an amount One of the principal reasons that Kentucky produces so small an aver age of corn 1Q the acre is due to poor selection of seed c9n It it stated by the farm experts ands they beUeve that the time is coming when this state willbe oasgoodes any in the union in the matter of producUon On account of therichPess ot the sOIl it Is claimed that Kentucky shot1d be near the top in production instead ol being near the bQttom and the campaign for better seed torn will be con tlnued aU over the stateV It Is stated that there are 4500hUls to an acre or land planted UI corn and with two good eaTS to the hill the production would be great The trouble has been that the fnroner has not been getting the tWo good ears 1dthCOIn that haS been grown even when tiiro were twoea1s than been small so that It bas taken more ears tornake a bushel The oement for better com Wlasstarted under Hubert Vrce land commissioner of agriculture and has been continued under IrRaIJkin It has tIready helped the average yield Kentuckys greatest opportunity as far as utUlzaUonof the oll is eon cern ed Ia being overlooked in the mountains Or Ketueky ccordliig to Hugh McKee ofWoodford county who was in FrankfOrt the otber tlay- on business with the epartment of agriculture The opporLunity that i being over looked McKee believes fs the failure to Cultivate apple Vorrds in- the mountains at KentuJey He says the land tiherei exacUsuitet to ap pIes and would grow apples better than any other crop Ho recently made trip pInto Eastern Ke1tiickyto lecture on corn growing and general f4rm work t farmer institutes and says he was surprisEd at the Interest shown and the desire of the mountain tanners for informationV An apple orchard Ill the Kentucky mountains after It had a good atart- withproper srajing of the trees and the rnuse of the right kind of fertilizers wouhl make man rich quickly said Mr McKee In tho mGuntaJns we have Ideal conditions for apples andt- VhY could grow apples up there that they could put on the market at a price under those of Oregon and West ern states where apple culture has be romp a science WILL KEEP CLOSER WATCH lnkrortlll view of the es npo Of Arthur filCf murderer ot Bessfe Smith from the HopklnsvUJe asylum for the insane Coy Willson requested the hoard of controtof charitable Institutions to make au order that no superintendent or nn asylum shall re- ceivo any cpnvipt from the penitentiary on lunacy Inquests unless a pro feesional examination shall have been made by one of physicians of tho- asylum anlt the patient so examined found insane The governor also ask ed the attorney general if he is au- Jhorized to oufr a reward for the cap ture of Miles As a result of numerous escapes from asylums the legislature probably will be asked to provdcah- ospital fox insane criminals NINE DEAD IN A MINE ProvidenceAs a result of an ex pipsion of gas In Mine No3 of The Providence MfnlniCo 11 miners two whites and nine negroes are dead No effort has yet been made to recover the bodies as foul gases arc Issuing frori the shaft and there is no possi- ility for any of the men to be alive DanllIe Irs Samtl Gaston placcd a hot brick In the bed with her two children to keep their feet warm Later the screams of the thlldrcn at tnlcted her and It wilE found that tho bed was burning and the iniilding had been ignited RockportJlernlce Hill 16 was shot and killed by Everett Baker J7 Bakdr t JgunJ COURTHOLDS LAWVALt Sheriff Will Collect More Motey Fr ml Property Owners FrankfoiLme court ot apeztls in a long opinion bYJudgetRear which was conc Ied in by all the other judges upheld tile constitutionality Of the legislative act proyidIn for tbe state bOard of equalization The style lot the spits was Ray and others against Armstrong and other from Yefferson county and was an asking that the Clerk and actionI lefferson county tie enjOined from ccl- lecting taxes under the 12 percent increase made by the state board on Jefferson county property Circuit Judge Miller of Iouisvllle- graitted the Injunction and the court orders it dissolved The sheriff had lQ Obey the injunction as long a it was nOt dissolved so l1e has been cal inIcreaseandlect the 12per sent additional from leach taxpayer who has pahL The opinion containa 38 typewritten pages and takes up aU the questions numerically besides every one in fa or ot the contention of the state that the state board had the rIght to make the Jefferson qounty raise Taxpayers Of Jefferson coiinty will have to pay some 160000 additional in the way of state and county taxes as a result of the decision The reversal of Judge Miller means that tho1 county will have to pay on an in crease of 12 per ccitt or 20000000- Iii its assessmnL A FEW RAnWAY FIGURES FrankortD 3cornett srctarY of the state railroad commission made public the last annual nssessment of the railroad tangible property by the commission as follows Value ofmJeage 597597t igatn for year 6S4068 valUe of other property 6994415 gain fQr year l4i- i20 total mIleage 362 gain for yea if miles The rate clerk Roy Wilholt- is preparing statistics showing gross and net receipts for al railroads Qper- aUng in Kentucky for the year KentuckyStateNewsitems RuzseilvlfleTbe State Farmers institute for Logan county was held here December2 ap4 L An interesting pro gram was rendered FrankfortWIllUm J3aker 21 was shot in therlght fOot and seriously injured by the accidental 1discharge or his gun while clmbing over a LouisvllieA cellar grating on Mark t street became clinrged with elec triolty and Edward Ellenga waS hurled several feet and Tend red sciousV unconl CamptrnThta city isr to newspaper to becalled the Quo Et win Elam Will be the editor and the first issue is expected to appear bout Decemb 15 ActonWhule attempting tQ drill out a hple containing a charge Qf dyna thite Alex Jenkins was Instantly kill eeL He was hurled 5Q feet and was horribly mangled FrankfoBg OnWard by Onward dam Blush owned by A IMar tinof thIS city died t the Frankfort fair grounthi or distemper The stallion waslbredhero by the late Cot Robert Pepper Ke was one of the highly prized sons ot Onward LexiOgtonH M DeMoss has resigned from the Lexington fire flepatt mont to become a minister of the Gos pet He win begin his studies is a Louisville theologlca school rin not SoIngVtO Change my occupation said- PeMoss In taking leave ot his Iii fades Im mereIychangfng the form of firflghtingfrOm t11e physical to the spiritual you know Morganfle1dThe ie4ge barn granary and buggy houses on thd farm of IVatt Mason and Miss Isiary Mason were burned to the gvoun1 entailing loss of all the recently gatbeed corn croP 1800 bushels baled and loose hay in abundance fot the wint 1 fiVE calves four buggies and express wtlg on all farming implements harnesses ete HojkinsvI1leAithur Miles slayer of Besste Stith on the treefiot Lou 1vIllVflfld William Proctor escaped from the Western Kentucky asylum for the insane Miles had been sent to the asylum after being sentenced to death When Vail patients were out for exercise the two overpoWeied the ttendant on duty bound and gagged him with the bed clothing arid took his keys making their escape CynthlanaAt the hearing of Adam Rhell charged with attempting to pol son his father and mother Mr and Mrs Joseph RheU by putting strychnine in their cistern the son was Held for the gnJnd jury QirCumatantlal- oVidenee showed that RheUpurc sdpoison ata drugstore The her Piei1 and his wife accuse their SOD of attempting to kill them SO he eould inherit his l1ither estate which is reputed to be worth 5000- 0rankforLL H i3ain was acclden- thily shot and VkilICd byP J Spence at Lawton Okla while the men were examining a stock of firearms Mr Spence edagun on the end ot the counter and remarked to Mr Baln that such things were dangerous anti should not be lying around MrBai leaves a widow whotsn daughter ot James E Stone clerk of Kantuckys house of representatives andJ CO LDS 0 Cured IN One Day Ie8arl11l11 cold cure az betngieAer tha S L1n3cirncg Policy MCJNYON A few doses ot Munyon Cold Cure will pneumoniaItmost instantly These little sugar cIcan conveniently earned in the veVpocket use at time or nywr diuggistsIf write toVcarefullydiagnoseyouf yosunderAddress DoCtors Munyon IAborntolY53d and Jefferson streetsPluladelphia Pa3 V AS REPRESENTED Jii Jl PatlntLook here doctor you eaid it Itooka bottle oft your tonic i T ou1dhave a remarkable appetite Why I only eat one sqda cracker each weekV DoctorWell dont You call thai a remarkable appetite1 iJ BABYS SCALP CRUSTED fOn little daJghterwitet t1re monthsoldJ to break out Oil the head and we had the best doctQrsto treat her but they did not do her an good They said she had eczema Her sria pass solid scale all over lb burning and itching was severe thatVshocotild not rest day or nIght We had about 1ven up all hopes when we read of the Cuticura Remedies We at once got a cake ofCuti ttra Soap a box of Cuticura oIntment aid one hot r- Ue ot Cuticura Resolvent and followed Vdirectlonstcar rul1Y After the fltst dose of Ute Cuticura Resolveat we used the Cuticura Soap freely and applied the Cuticura Ointment Then she hegan to fmprove rapidly an i In two WeekS the scale came off her head and new hair began to grow In a Very short time she WS well She is now slxteen years of age and a plc ture of health Weusedthea tl cut RemedIes ethout five weeks reg itbadused no other treatment after we found ou what the CutlOura ReniediesVw ld do for herJF1l1b and Ella L 2 Fish iit Vernon Ky Oct12 l09 Hardly a Cqrnpltmnt In the excitement ot the moment public speakers oftea sy the oposite- of what they mean toconvey and when Henry Irving gave a reading fIf tile Ulster halI1n 1878 jays tram Stoker In Personal Reminiscences ot Henry Irving one speaker made as pretty an Irish bull as could be found t1 onghth bull ta generally supposed to belong to other provinces than the hardheaded Ulster Jn des canting on the many virtueM of the guest of the evening he mentioned the excellence ohls moral nature and rect itud 1f his private life In these terms Mr Irving sir is Ii gentle man what leads a life Of unbroken blemlsh VTRY MURIN EYEREMEDY for Red Weak Weary Watery Eya andGranulatedEyelldsl1urlne esDtSmartSoothes Eye Pain Druggists Sell Murftie Eye Remedy Liquid 25 SOc 100 Ptlnrine JJye Salve jC Aseptic Tubes 25c 101 Eye Book and EyeAdvIce Free by Mail Murlne Eye Reiedy Co C1cago He NeverSnaved Again M rmadukeWhat do you suppose that wretched barber said when hi shaved me Bertietdont know MarmadukeHe said It lnded1him of a game he used to play a bOy called Hunt the Hare Rheumatism Neuralgia and Sore Throat will not the same roOf with RamIjna Wizard Oil the best of- remedies for the relief of all pain fJ The Simple Life y Mrs KnlckerYou WUl have toget f up to light thefirefiKnickerUnnecesshry1 my dear P- never l smoke before breakfast jf Alexanders 1temedfor aYwill enro ouWhyater dLxi and tOrtnm longer Send U Alexander 1C3u21any 4 iixcbaxxgRIrce1oZUafld Maine r r At sixteen a girl thlnksaboulr and poetry at tentysIher thought runt to Oabbages and money 4 Mrs Wtnsows 5eetkgl5yry t aofienthogumBrrdcrITfl smucnarsiassurUw1GOUC 5I JaA quarrel merely pr ve that onjfbft 1 the parties t91t hait uy more aea jithan the other J J I7PWSANITATION IN SCHOOLS PJys1caI HsIth a4trenith At 4ntIa to aVrgoroua Ind K pIng the skin Ingoodco ldlti- on1sS0i to the general heat that it houId recelVe especIal attention at sChooL The school lavatory uwell as the home bathroom Jilhould be furnished with ResInol Soap be use It remove the gerthIadea duit o- fte playground and street atinopheri better thn anythIng eli It prevents the adveit otcontaglou skin trou- bIe 1 and keeps the complexion fresh rosy and smooth ag that of 10uth aho lt1 be No child ikouid be ham ered or sfIguredw1thk1neru Uongwheu a few applications of Resi- not Olnbrie1it Will cure them Eczema Acne Rashes Sores PImples and blotches ate quiCkly cured wIth this e UY applied remedy and It should 4okep very home so that it can be ua dat the 1lr tappearance ot skin Jfroubles Students who shave w111 find the ResIno Medicated Shaving Stick the best Itis highly recommended by physicians s d akin specialists to keep tile face free from pimples and eiiip 0tions Its oothIng healing lather cQilnteracts any rr1tation or endI ReslnolSoapwhrever the bc toilet articles are sold B okletoJl Care of the SkIn aDd ChemIfMcLezn tHI Match John It McLean stepped in a lurching rrLshman one evening andII obstructed the sIdewalk so that irlihrnan was obliged to stop and look athIm cLeaI1IJi1d HHe that halt dollar lberrowed ot Yo Jow you must quIt telling then debts 1ibrs that I ever pay mrj Ha1f drunk and Wholly dazed the Irl8hn took the silver lecelookecl stit1ntentIy nd then said BfI dad yes cant get off thot alsyI It wor a who1e dollar that yei borryd so fork over And he forked over another half doll r md went Ills Way laughing heartily at the quink wit of the Irish manIUustrted SundaY Magazine Doctors More Thorough 1 A physician at a dinner In Denver sneered st certaIzBibUca1 miracles LIzaruL he said fwu raised from the de land yet tdont aae any dead O ks being raised in our time cNsa1d Rev Herbert H Tres ham the Biblical scholar WIth a smile Modern medical science his progressed top tar for that eh wiishngt1 Star i r TOUGH LUcK INDEED i Nurs HivlnsThebabY swal ccd bottle df ink an ziot a bit blottIng paper in Ui house ofI END STOMACH TROUBLE cypepsi Gas Sourness or Isdige tion Go Five Minutes After Taking a Little Dlappstn Uyohr meais dont fit comfortably or 7oufeeI blpated after eatIng and 7o1 believe It Is the foOd cTh1Ch fills you if what little you eat lied like lead on your stomach it there is dif ftc1JIty in breathing eructations of 8our undigested food and acId he burn brash pr a belching pI gas rtji can rnaje up your mind that you something to stop food fermentation and cure Indigestion A large case ot Papes Dlapepslnc- Q ts only fifty cents at any dreg store here in town and will convInce any stomach sufferer five minutes after taking a single dose that Ferments Uon and Sour Sthmach Is causing the misery of Indigestion No matter it iou call your trouble Catarrh of the Stomach Dyspepela Nervousness or Gastritis or by any other namealways remember that a certaIn cure IS waiting at your drug store the moment you decide to begin its use PaneS Diapepsin will regulate any outoforder Stomach withIn five mEn utes and digest promptly without any fUSS or dIscomfort allot any kind of food you eat These large SOcent cases contain more than sutncent to thoroughly cure any chronic case ot Dyspepsia ndlgest1on Gastritis or any other Stomach trouble Should you at thIs monient be suf fetIng from Indigestion Gas sour ness orany stomach order you can- surely get rellef within five minutes There IS not a vice which more et tctuaUlco nttacts and ddeta the k 1fiUnp than Ioa flip dHlreef1Ouu1at i l i I t + +afkI + ++ BOUTi MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY tlut1 tIt I t o1l + i II ELECTION COM ISSIONERS Find Democrats Carried Kentucky By a Majority of 2672- 2FrankTortEy ilia oldtime maJor Ity of 26722 the Democrats carrled- Kentuc1y f the lasUelection The refurng fr nt the state Nov m her ection were 6anvassed by the state board of eIect1on commissioners- all the counties being found reguiar The following shows the vote to each llstrlotcaridldatcfor congress First lstrJct nm sPrm 11574 Harney Rep 1389 Second Distr1ctStanIey Dem 12 O4O Salmon Rep 6902 RoYster Pro 417 Third Dlrrtrfctlhomas Dem 16 063 Jones Rep 14850 Cassady- Pro 373 Fourth DlstrletJobthson Dem 18 263 Gadliie Rep 1i952 Fifth Dlstrict Sheri y Dem 21 437 re Rep 17376 SIXth DLstrlotRoune Dclxi 15454- Nae1 Rep 11007 Lanferslck Soc 1337 sev nthDrsttIctCan trl1lDem 13 858 Rankin Rep 10877 Eighth Dlstrl tHelmDem 12412 illlerRep9385 NinthDIstrIctFields Dem 19350 Bennett Rep 1872V Tenth 1intr1ctLang1ey Rep 20 664 Byrd Dem18766 Eleventh DistrictPowers Rep 25622 Beitraun Dem1635- ADpellate Districts FirStNunn19967 no oppos1tion con Settle Dem22915j Dean Rep 19626 Fifth UlIerDem 20344 Bing ham Rep 19926 snlith Soc 1079 SIxth Lassi g Dem 31158 Tom Un Rep 25604 FRPMTIIE oILFIELDs Development Work Has Been Pushed While Good Weather Permitted LexlngionWh e resi1ts in Kentucky per 1eiini fields for a few d s past has been confined to lower tuclty ii district competition in that end showa gOOd average production and are more numerous than USual The weather during the greater part of thIs month has been excellent from t1 diil1orstandpoInt and much ha- slen accomplished in the drillIng of lease and dvelopIng of new territory The best of late strIkes In the Kentucky fleld waS IJ lWelltYfhc barrel well dl1Uedby Pennsylvania oPera tors In the esta Ush sectIon QfMt PIg h The now strIke Is abOve the average for that district and thows- up s one 9f the best completions for November While new cttpital has been scarce in the J5entucky petroleum fields dur lug the1 few months the older cOmpanies ijaveheenpusbdng decl9P- ment work and the 1ver ge number ot eothpltIons and the aggregate now production eonipake favorably w1h the figures of last rall 1IELD TO HIS BARGAIN FrankfortThe case of the Hospital allege of Medlcine against H A D4Vids0I1from Jeerson was ze- rersed Davidson paht a certain sum Qr gave his noles for the sum for n chair or profeseorship 1n the Hospital College of MedIcine hefor that iusU- ttltlOIr was merger with the Louis yule Medical college Thf court says- that Davidson asqulesced in the merger and accepted an appointment as professor In the new InstituUon and ist 1erefore barred now from maldng any complaint that the merger ter minated the contract entered Into at the time he botight the professorship This decision mean hat he must PRY the remainder of the notes he gave for lh purchase price of th professorship anwuntlng origin Uy t 3000 TCORPOMTION TAXES Kentucky Companies PAId a Quarter of a Million Dbllars FrakikfortOt the 2iOO0000 oI- lected through the special excise tax paid by corporations Icentucky fished over 250000 In the state 4186 returns were received The amount of capital stock Isgiven at- 3C106075281 the amount r bonded anti other Indebtedness nt 2a704- 97841and the net income at 31422 84929 FOUGHT WITH WILDCATS Vine GroveJoIm Roesr farmer thgkllIedbytwo ginfoundlcats treed Reesor fired and killed one of thOrn and the Qthor lrnmedj- ately jumped out of the tree and Pounced upon the dog ReeSor went to the ass ceof his dog and the wildcat then jumped on hIm and the aogciune t his masters aid and 8 u ceeded lwhipping off the cat r f i l JJ 1 Sr OFFICIAL SCORE cARp r Department of Agrlcuturelssue In structlons FraJikrOI1 MCRank1n commissioner of ulturhalm ed tue scorecard to be used by the Ken tuciQ Corn Growers association In judging exhibits at the coming state corn show to be held at the college of agriculture in Lexington January 36 long With instructIons pertainIng to exWblta as follow Corn for exhibit shtiuld be seleeted- as soon as it is ththoughly matured- It should be husked and hung up in a dry wen ventilated p1ac where it- wm be safe from mice and weevIl Each exhibit will constat of ten ears unlEfs otherwise specified The corn shoulcb be selected to conform as nearly as possible to the points on the score card Every exhibitor is required to take jnemb1ship in the association The membership feelS 50 cents per year andwill entitle tie member to exhibit In aU classes However boys under 18 years of tge may exhibit free of charge The five bst samples in the various classes will be eligiblo for exhIbIt at the Netional Cti show No corn will be admitted to the National Corn show that has not ben ethlbited at the state show Kentucky did not havetdiih corn at the national show last year takeaII the premiums offered Let evety farmer who Is Inter ted In Kentuckys orn crop booome a memoorof the Kentucky Corn Grow ers association and make an exhIbit The premium list w1II be issued soon If you are interested1 save your best corn ands nd your name to George Roberts secretary Lexington KJand receive a premium list when they come out EDUCATORS MEET P rIsAcldresses by Dr Thomas B McCartney of Lexington on Pur pose of Secondary br High Schools and Proto Milton Elliott of LIngtou on PossIbilIties of the High School rolow dbya t ner l discussion of the subjects by the members of the as socjaUon wet the math features of the closing days program ot the Ash land District Educational associations meeting After hearing reports or the various cotnmlttees and disposIng of miscellaneous business the following new oI1cers were elected to serve the coming year President Superintendent M A Cassidy Lexingtbp first Hce president Superintendent U G McKee Frankfort second vIce president Pt J S Johnson Paris sec MattieHof the new officers the association ad- jnirned to meet next OctobIn l x ington JFOR SETTER RdAD- SLouisvilleThe initial step looklng toward comprehensive road 1etter ment In Kentucky was taken Qrhena special committee co uposed of good roads boosters from all fiJectfns of the state framed a tentative bill to be placed before the next general assembly This bill provideS for the appointment of a state highway comms8ion r whose duty It shan be to ptOviI plans mud specificatIons for now roads where state aid is provIded He shaH have two assistants and hold otflcc four ears Alf counties building new roads and desiring state help must apply tc the commissioner A tax lovyof5 cents on each 300 worth ot assessable rroperty in the state Is suggested WENDLING CASE IS ON LoUisv1Ue Mrs Cora Mue of Hume Mo a milliner whO furnished the cleW which led to the capture ot Joseph Wendling alleged murderer of Alma Kllner wltl appear as one Jt the chief witnesses of the prosecution ln the Wendling case Mrs wIUena is n widow who became engaged to WendUng while on a visit to reIaIv in Sari Antonio Tex She says the publicity she got through the Wendllng- ca ruIned her busIncs and she was- forCed to sell out FrankfortThe department of Education has begun mailing to teacbers copies cf the Library Bulletin This bulletin givES a list ot the lOUO best bdoksndapted to use In schoolli- branies The tis clasfled and tn dexed LexngtonSubscribfng from 5 to 10 eaohto 0 fU ld for that purpose bcween fifty and sixty prominent cIti- zens 9f Lcjxiiigton nud Thyette county who are Interested in the preservation ot game In thfs se tion have undertaken to stock Fayette county uitlthe celebrated Huns rlnnpartr dges which birds are twice as large ns the 1erlcan quail are nOnmlgratory aild multiply rapidly Ono hundred palra- or these birds wore recentti ordered tltrou Sretary J R WillIamson direct from a noted faticier near Brussels Belgl rankfort1nJi cities of the fIrst cJ ssIn Kentuclcy the coqitrlonw Itl- ths nolnter st Ih t1m property That c cheats to thtscboql board for school purposes Th court ot appeals ar rived at this decision in deIding the case of the Commonwealth agnlnstEm- maThomu adminIstrator Emma Thomas d1d without herm and her property was seheated to the school board but AJdItQrJpmes appointed A W Dorseyto malta a claim for the atate cas he held that tile sovereigu rights ot the state couldl De sur rendered by an actof the legislature I 1 t i ommi IFARMflounces Date r5nkfortDates for county farmers Jnstttutes in the second appeUaf district were atinouned as follows M C Rankin ommissioner of agri cultureFirst DistrlotMuhlenberg Green yule Ky November 26 Hopkins Madisonville Ky November 2829 Webster DIxon Ky November ODe cember 1 Union Morganfield Ky6 December 23 C S Kirk dlrectG T J Perkins director F G Odelt lecturer W L PrOCtor Second DistrIct nionson Browns vme Decem er 56 Warren Bowling Groen December 78 Butler Morgan toiyn December 910 Grayson LeUeh field December 1314 W T Kane director George P Rogers lecturer Amos Hall Third plstrictMeade Branden burg December 6 Bteekenridge- Hardinsburg December 78 HancOck Hawesvl1Ie December 910 Davies- SOwensboroecember 1213 W H strange dhector W H Clayton lee turer J C BaldwIn lecturer Fourth DistrictOhio Hartford December 56 lI Lea Livermore De HCDdcrsonQeetor W D Nichols lecturer John Hulsy organizer HERRON ACQUITTED MarionAftr being in their room aU day the jury in the James 1orron case returned a verdi tof not guilty He was indicted for the murder ot Fred Daugtherty a frten4 and neighlfQl with whom he had had a dispute over dome trivial matter Clirisitnias eve day in 190S V News jnBtief j- MayiteldThe jury in the DIck Moore murder case retUrned a verdict fiXing his punishment at five years iIi the state prison At the former trial he was given eIght years and was granted anew trial Moore shot and killel Jesse Cpoley on the nIght ot April 3 J909 Wick1itreTle meeting of the First DistrIct EducaUonar associatlqn fin Ished Its program after the mst sue cessful convention since Its organia don The principal address was do livered by Dr P P CIa ton of Knox vile Tenn The Ballard City Farm era Institute alsO concluded Its see sion LexlngtonDr 3C Willis formc- rlyot Louisville who since the or- g nlzatlon of the Bankot Keptucky here has been its president has resigned that position Capt Ed Parley state treaurer was elected President Capt Parley will continue to act as state treasurer whIch will not conflict with his dutIes as presIden of th bank Carllsl Nichol county turkey crop though shorter than usual is estimated at 35OQO Local dealers shipped close to 10000 ot the birds tQ eastern markets for Thanksgiving and wfIl soon begin to receive and dresg tor the ChrIstmas market One firm paid over 10tOOQ to NiCholas county women for Thanksgiving tut keys lexlngtonJudg He nr S J311rker who on January I wIll becoin ptesl dent of KentuCky State university made Jils nrst formal visit to the unt- versitY6inc the announcement of his election had been made He plunged straight through the line of new ac- quaintanceshlp and kicked n easy gorl to the hearts ot the students when he attended the football raIIy CamptonHlramBJankenshl 01 Hazel Green suffered the loss Of a valuable mare It Is believed the animtl was poisoned An Investigation showed traces ot arsenic poisoning About thifie months ago theliama lot of forage wagon harness and tiso horses helongJng to Mr Blaiikenshfp were burnedi and incendiarISm was sulect ed although no clew was ever found iJarrodsburgA farner shot and wounded WUllam and James Griffin aged 9 and J5 years As1otgnnl08d ed with heavy blrdshot was used and the oldOr boy was shot in the breast and face and dangerously hurt while the younger one was struck on the arm The hoys were on their way to look alter some traps they had set arid say the farmer stopped from behind a tree and fired at them VersaUIesThe conference or chair men of the homp mission committees of the various presbyterles In Ken tucky arid of Presbyterian laymen Jromll1ently identified with mission vork which was called by Dr A J A Alelander met at his homo Wood burn The purpose of the conferenqo was to secure a closer coopemtloti and to devise more oftectivo uY8 and nicans for the extension of mission work In this state Lemporary organi- ztltlon was effected with Mr T 1 Foreman of Lexington chairman xlngtonNewGpap r menrall mrts Qf the SevcnU1 and Eighth districts members of the Newspaperl- Oague will be entertained In Lexing- 1pn Saturday night wlu a dinnor by tho Ben Franklin club Many of the newspaper pen aud printers from Iexington and surrotindng toWns of the Bluegrass are expected to be pres oat Thomas 31 Owaley and J H- Wlcdekemper t LoisvlDewJU be the prbtlpal speakers NichotasvlUeTl grocerY store and residence of Villlam Barker burn ed The family was away and the origin oil the fr1tIslnlmown i t 1tj1j rI iJml n r L I Land NRailroad Time Table r N 1 Suny only Daily Daily 1 Incoming Trains No 91 No 43 41 ig I Arrives atSrringfield 35p rn 114QiL m 65Epi N Arrives at flrdstown 740 1005 a m 606 Arrives at Bardtown Junctn 655u 855u 522u= Leaves rouisyine 610 i 810 430u IIii DaIly Suny only Daily Outgoing Trains No 42 No i0 No s I J U ILeaves Springfield600 am Z15 nm 130 pmB rdstoWI1 645 158nc3OOrJ LeaveS Bardstown Junctn 130u p m i Arrives atLouisville820 u 935u 545 pm 1 lniI1I lUIIIII1mvIdUlunIIIIHInnli lIRIInnIIiI llr EVSRYSUSINESS MAN 1phorensonabIeervice the best CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPA1Y Incorporated J J IDr Vi F Trusty Pract cal DentistSPRINGEJELD KENTUCKY D ntal work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Oco over Eydon Barber B pLA E1 Iiiurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident JOHN YMAYES funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY I nest Attention Every courtsey shoWn handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 uR MW HYATT OFFIPE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SrRlNGEIELt KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 in 4Ito 5 pm c Dr J CMuddtJPRI- NGFIELD KENTUCKY ornin ova cii urea nitco sroax Offic Hours 8 to 9AM to2PM JH LAMPTONM D J SPRINGFIELU KY Office in Overa House Office phone No 5 Residence No38 The unand Tlmis 450 I Upost 350- II I I i Herald 325 The Sun nd COUrIr3OUrIL IU A ionic that InVf orates both old and young For week acrvou menand women Every bot Oe guaranteed Get- TDDAY1tk AGSI p IIAYDON ROBERTSON B- rQITQ ICELLS m TISSUES PIWnrIt mPuuv NIIsC IKcancwamee SI ATISI HAYDON tEOBUTSOI r TISCOT1 MAYES ATTYATLAW tfW11practlcecounties aUte Coutof ApPe aFederal Courts J W D CLAYBROOKI3 ATTYAT W o 1Springfield Ky i Will praoUceIn tnO Con1fBofWMh ptpMARSHALL DUNCAN fr LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building will practice iIi the C01th5 ot W5hiJgtO andadfoIntucouutiegan4 lnconrt ofAppca S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONIER Springfield Ky t specii1tWill rable Phone 84 f NiNe DRUSSELL AUCTIONEER Lebanon K3 Rt 3 Crying ofpubhc sales a specialty Ca cry miles anywhere cheaper than the cheapest Phone 1 long 1 short Lebanoa- Exchange When want nice Engraved 7 VISITING CARDS t WEDDING INVITATIONS if MQNOGRAM PAPER r Etccallon t hQS1ringf ld snFirst Class Work Reasonable Prices 1TIIPrize OfferS frQn Lea1ing l SBookOn patents Hirits to inventors 1nventiOns nceded Whysomc inventors fail Setid rough sketch modOlfocj search of Patent Office records Our Mr Crecley was formirIy Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such hadiull charo the U S atent Officer GREELEY M91NflRE PAENTATTOIYS j L WASHINGTON D C J l h iY W e 4 4i 4ih g j 1 I irt TWTHffSPRINGFIhLUr sUN WEDNESDAY ECEMBERi tQI o lfJ t lt i I SPRINGFIELD SUNI IIKJXDItY WXDNUDAY 2U lSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance 1L SMITH Editor aad Psbfsher- tlliatered at the atSpringfield Yy for transmission through the iJa8secondc s matter tERKSOF SUBSCRIPTION se rerL nOU nTkreeMonthe J5 QONVICTION J OF WENDLING i Is NotSatisfied With the Verdict i ai 1 His Attorneys Will Take an Appeal Louvil1e Ky Dee 4 Theattorney et Joseph Wendling sentenced for life for e murder of Alma Kellner nlo bablj tomorrow will file a formal mop tioo for a i1ew trial The motion will be hUed on affidavIts already in the court records whIch charge that Juror Richard JJennings had formed and ex- gresaed an opinion as to Wendling- gailt Wendling spent a quiet day in jail It has eveloped that only two tial lots were taken bvthe uxor3 during their consideration of the case It wac- learne3 thatas soon a they retired too make up then verdict a ballot was taken thee result of which was seven Sotes for the death penalty and five for guiltyithwas a compromise reached after three Boors Wendlingestablishes witted m St Johns church the law demandsthatcanonon this point is clear jt seta forth that when it has been proved orwbenitis a matter of public know committeddanrated and can no longer be used for JrU1illc worshIp However the bIshop of the dIocese has to declare this to be the Case andthen the church is locked and barred and the blessed sacrament is removed from It None ot the rItes eanbe solemnized there aJt n until the bIShop has returned and with the im- Pressive ceremonies of the church re cons It Rewards by the city State and pii vote individuals aggregating 6 OO were offered for Hthe arrest and con viction ot Alma Kellners murderer Attorneys connected wIth the trial were unable to say whe her these rewards nay be collected before the Court of Appeals finally passes on the case if the case is appeared and none of them will venture to say how the reward niariey will be divided Capt J P MarneY chief of deter thousandmireshis right to any portion of the reward Others who were connected directly or remotely with the capture have ask ed for portions of the money The greatest danger from influenza is of its in pneumonia This can be obviated by using Chamberlains Cough Remedy as it not only cures In tendencyofby Hayden Robertson T eAcme Meat Market thof Mrs ilieMttinIIY On last Saturday December 3rdat11 oclock a m Mrs Salli Mat in ly passed awa y at the home of her son in MrsMaftmrrlySdenth somng and indirectly to b rmr sustained two weeks prlQr Ito herdeath and the cdbscquent nervous shock For some days after the accident suffered the deceased It was thought thkt shewouJd greatforbutashorttimelmcs church Sunday mQrning after- which the remains were taken to Lebanon for interment Mrs Matting ass vent five years old and was a memberof a remarkable- family Before her death five genera tlons of her tamily were living her mo- therMrs Cynthia Thompson who IS daughterMrs Ittisfamily in the State with represents tires of five generations Mrs atting ly was tha widow of the late Martin Mattirglv who died about twenty years ll1O Beside her venerable mother she is survived by the following children Ogdensburgthis place Mrs rank Simms of NEil MattinglyMattingly of Louisville all high stand positionina Christian mother The deceased faithfulanilchurch For about seven years she had mqde her home with Mr John F Simms where in her old age she was shown the greatest consideration d where during her last illness aU was done for her that loving hearts and hands could do RussellCampbell t At30 clock this afternoon at the parlors of Father Clark of Louisville who performed the Miss Pearl Campbell and William J Russell were made man and wife Theceremo nv was very quiet being witnessed by only a few friends and relatives of the contracting patties The attendants CampbeUandGRay Mr and Mrs Russell will return on the evening tram and will make their home at this place The bride is the youngest daughter of the late F M Campbell and for several years has been a member ofthe younger social set in Springfield Mr Russell is the eldest son of Mr and Mrs EdM Russell and is engaged in business with his father He is one of theb known and most popular of- Springfields young men Local Tobacco Notes On last Thursday the Washington County Warehouse the Farmers Ware house and the Springfield Warehouse opened the local loose leaf tobacco sales andaboilt 75000 pouncjs were sold by thethreehi uses but as the article of tobacco put on was of a low grade the prices realized were n thigh Since the opening day however other sales have been heldat which the prices for tobaccohave been more satisfactory No doubt alter the worst tobacco has been disposed of and a better grade put on the market the prices will soar ThePlanters Hnuse held its first sale yesterday and the prices realized were good one crop that of tlarkson Tramor averaging 14i cents The sales on the local market compare very favorably indeed with those of the LouIsvIlle market The Louisville market records a sale of 400000 pounds f new tobacco during the week ending Dec 3 at an average of 1 e while the sales on this market are averaging 8f cents The peculiar properties of Chamben lains Cough Remedy have been thor oughly tested during epidemics of influ enza and when It is taken in time we have not heard or a single case of pneu monia Sold by Hayden Robertson JAS lORAN Jr Proprietor Successortto Geo h1 ul- hTo can My Friends andCustOnlesI wiah to say that I have had no little trouble in filling my Sunday orders on Saturday evenings from the fact that Saturday is an unu u ally busy day and mast of the orders for Sunday are sent in late I therefore wish to ask youfor your benefit and my convenienceto kmdlY send in your Sunday orders on Saturday afternoon that I may get them out before 5 oclock I thank you in advance for so doing I will have a nice supply of PORK and COUNTRY SAU SMGE on hand for Thursday and Friday Also firstclass Beef Fish and Oysters r Telephone your wants No 87 Begin the first of December rightDo one thing you win not regret MarketayBeBearnestY solicit your liberal patronage JJtS MORANJBring me your beet htdes and all Country Produce Will pay highest market prices Jf yu bate an extra good beef for sale phone me Biincot send your Laundryfirstclass work Guaranteed j i yy Dr G r Burton RESIDENT DENTIST r ethExtractedWith out Pain CROWN WORK A SPEciALTY All Dental Work StrIctly First lass Springfield Ky tgce in Bagon Block up stairs localNewsNotes Fon SILEor rent for theycar1911 a modern 5ioom cottage onCovmgton avenue FC MOORE countyhaveWashinfcounty n C L Price Rich Smith Henry ton John H Gordon and Bruce W1 hams Washington countys population ac crodmg to the 1910 censUs is 13940 In 1900 the populatJonWa 14182 mak ing a less m ten years of 242 inhabit ants or a per cent equal to 17 W idngton county is not the only coun ty to lose in population as 42 other Counties In the State show a decrease Official announcement was made yesterday by the Census Bureau ofthe population of Kentucky showing that there are now 2289905 persons on the Federal census rolls This is an increase of 142731 over the population of Kentucky int900 or- an increase of 66 per ceQtinthe Stafes populatien The figures tally almost eiiactly with those published Sundaymorning in theCourierJournal and incidentally it may be mentioned that thIs is the first instance of a leak 10 the present census returns and the only State whose population has been given in advance from any source Having purchased an interest in the firm of Cunningham Duncan t take this mears of notifying my friends and ptrons that I will be glad to see my friends and l1 grant them aU the favors in my power Thanking You for past favors and soliciting your future patronage I beg to remain Sincerely yours Wm H Wharton WANT nCopies of the Saturday Evening Post from Oct 24 to Nov 22 inclusive Ed M Ruseell NOTICEBe it resolved and enacted this29th day of November 1910 that no Warehouse Codoing business under the riflesof the Springfield Tobacco Association shall be permitted to offer or give any cash prize or premium in any kind of competition Signed C H Phaup President i Springfield Tobacco Assn f We have a number of farms fr sale at prices from 500 to2000 Good tobacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in B rdstown ORVILLE ARNOLD owDR DEAT- sBardstownKy Bowling Alley Open Take a few l11inuts off nd enjoy the healthful exercise I K MARKETS Reported by Bourbon Stock Journal S St kyardsI Louisville Dec GCattlePrime ex ported steers 5 25575 shipping ste era 475b25 beef steers 35 fat heIfers 3g465 fat cows 3J450 cut 250J4 65 choice mulch cows S3545 com mon to fairly good 15j3 =CalyesBulk of the best veals selling at 8Q8c medium 68c common 36c heavy rough calves slow HogsThe receipts to day were 663 head Selected hogs all weights sel ling at 765 with rough put it 7down all sold and the market closed steady Sheep and LambsBest fat sheep selling at 223c down best lambs 5n1 5 o down thin sheep and common cull lambs slow GRAIN WBEAT No2 rod and longberry io 39No 8 red and longberrPs Ol Rejected r o less on levee 1c lens CRN No 2 white w M No2 mlxedZ Si OATS No3 white a5t- iNo2mlxed 3t Rye p The prices for wheat Ilro those paid by deal erg the quotations for corn and oats are sell iAi prices IThe Ladies of the CathoJicchrch will serve court dinner in February Many persons finn themselves affect ed with a persistent cough after an at tack of influenza As this cough can be promptly cured by the use of Cbam- berlains Cough Remedy It should not be allowed to fun on until it becomes IfaydonFor firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on- SPRINGFIELDCLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop 4 + ++ ++tt 1if V S I i Big Cut it Pricest J ru of + Ladies Suits and Coats Mens Suits ndOver atsiW And Boys Suits and Overcoat W r L tor Miss and Childrens Cloaks ataT + Half Jric 4 FuJI line QC- fI M nsLadies 1 and Children s Sweaters r We can You with the best of at + line of Men s an Et tit Nice for on iI o Your wait for the u f d + + D + + + + Cosmopolitan Magazine This the most and best of in the United States can ber in county by SAM J LLEN Local presentative Sun office per year A list of over 5000 and to select from in the United States Canada and French and otber may be obtaine my at the lowest in your orders at once My list is the most and ever APr ze ttte great msre owner by Mrs Richard Lowdes of won first in the ring at the Horse Show over entries Show is the biggest event of in the United States and the horses owned by Mrs Lowdes comersLebanon Falcon We have had so many lately Eczema and other akin die eases that we are glad to make ouran investigation compoundedinwould not make this to our friends and unless we were sure of itand there are many so called sold we re prescriptionBecause instant relief to itch D D starts the cure at the of the trouble soothes and heals the skitt it enables nature to repair the ravages of disease Because the records of ten years of cures of of the most s rio that D D D is today as the relia ble Eczema Cure Drop into our store today just to talk over your case with uS tofShaiwls Fascia as tore and- NewAorts fIt aTw wBigltockLadies Child Z rents supply makes Shoes Lowest Prices Complete Ladles Assortment Fancy Articles nolldaY trade Special PrIces Table Linens Shopping EarlyDont Rush IiCOR1ORATE UnderwearW t + standard magazine popular allmagazines obtained Washington addressing Springfield Subscription Rate3100 different aga- zines PeriodIcals Newspapers published Europer German Swedish Spanish foreign publications through rate- stSend agepcy possible Holiday clubbing attractive superior presented Winner Katherine Sheridan Danville premium combination Chicago twentyone The- Chicago outclasses WHAT CURES ECZEYAb inpuiries regarding statement patrons neighbors although Eczema remedies ourselves unhesitatingly thattorturing BecauseU foundation BecauseIt cleanses Because comulete thousands caseSllhow recognized absolutely LEACHMAN CAMPBEL1S t Suggestions for as Gifts W ehave Ii full line of everything mentioned below and nv teJyour inspection before buying A nice Leather Davenport from 15oo to 4000 U Buffet or Sideboard fromt 1250 to 5000 China Closet from 2000 to 3500 u Dining Table flom 500 tQ 3500 Setof Chairs Six from 4so to 20oo Bed Room Suite three pieces frtp r 22 to 750Q Brass Bed 1100 fog 2000 Iron Bed l 250 to 2500 Hall Rack 350 to 2500 Odd Chair 2 00 to t000 RockersMahogany or Ok roo to 20 00 Morris Chair + h 1260 to 2504 Ladies Dressing Table 10oo to 2000 Pedestal J 350to 1000 Folding Bea 15 00 to 50 00y 2000SPicture f 75 to iooo CCRug 200to 300 Line of Childrens Goods Rockets Straight Chairs High Chairs and ComblD1tio Chairs 100 to tOO Weare better prepared this season than ever to supply Qour cswants and without any advaqcein price Come in and see forr yeorselResp ctfully Le chman Campbell MMW 7 Buy From Those Who Advertise x X= Novelties We have a complete line of Christmas Novelties presents- for all the family old andd young alike and we wantyouc Christ mss trade Our prices on these goods will brirjg us your tradee if yOU will inspect them before buying jive usa call EVERYTHING NEW ANYTHING YOU WANT Come and See for Yourself Grundy Mclntlre springtitld ii I y i tTHE SPRINGFIiJ D SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7Igto JI S SS SS SSSS S SS SLSS 4 Iii SISS SIS S S SS 1111 Buy Your Christmas Toys at Meet eat J ShadersStore WHERE 1rt Claus Has Made His ISanta Headquarters jiA Shaders TOYS POLLS DOLLS AllSiz sand all Kinds- y buns bruins Ta Sets DOllrBugts Tables Trunks Trick Toys Games Story Books BLocks Etc Everything in the Toy Line 1 The Prices are Right t t Headquartersfor NutsFruits Candies HcBoy your fruits I Now For your cakes Get in the AstareRightJ SHADER r S 1IiJi I 0 tt ForI ASH lanrlll m1 Harness and Horss olds at most rrkabl Nrlsss and giving 5pr cant discount for Cask en all goods sestlng from lip WAGON BREECHING 4 25 5 6 650 and750 These Breeching are all made ofJeather No paper or cloth t ll1ng1n them WAGON LIMES aU made 16teet long sewed and rivited 1 inch Lines 1240118 inch Lines 2 75 WORK HRIPIJES per pair 190240 265 These tridlesall have good large blinds and heavy reins cut leatherSr aBELLY BANDS wide per pair 7 85 If inch wide per paIr 95 2 inches wide per pair n 105 BACK BANDS with snaps good and heavy 2 for 65c- GoOD SOLID 1 INCH HAME STRAPS 2 for 2Ec laffrlnt m lhili If wagon harness coin tits for a blbarcln 2 Bridles 19w 2 PaIr Haines with straps 110 2 Trace Chains extra heavy 140 Collars 5Oti 1 Set of Breeching all lather425 2 Belly Bands solid leather 85 1 PaIr Lines 16 feet IJog 240 Total 1690 Y Discount for sash l 90 lo al 1600 1 paIr rasse Is 35 4 Snaps extra J2lotal 16b5 Will make tee complete outfit for 1GOO Now is your opportunity to save money It this set doesnt suit you we have them heavier with prices in proportion BUGGY HARNESS per set 950 and 1150 We have many other styles I give tree with each set ofHarnpss 1 pad 1 hitch rope and 4 snaps for backing straps and lines t HARNESS OIL the best marketCwhile it lasis for only c I hive the most complete line of Harness Goods ever shown in Vtrstifngton county Ca II a see for yourself L ail SaVe you MoneY0 Roofing Ceo J B gemann iI1Shop h Old Baptist Church p oo oooa ooooooooooolloooOOO1 iXMAS PRESENTSgye 0 AtHaydon Wllett s0 a you buy your Christmas t iresent5m ke a visit to our store and teetnem nY things we have fot you to s c from Q QaQg t gdQQQ ah o Oail3DibiIQQQ f f Ifor Russells Christmas 1fferingsYou in Se lecting o ur Presents From The Following List Diamond Broaches Diamond Rings Watches Fobg a Bracelets Stick Pins Cuff Bnttons Combs Necklaces WaIst Sets Gold Thimbles Collar Pms TeaSpoons Table Spoons t Knives aid Forks Sugar Shells Cream Ladels Soup Ladels o tvd Forks Olive Spoons Salad Forks Berry Spoons Bpoons Sauvenir Spoons Child Sets Pearl Handle anForks Sugar Tongs Toilet Sets Manicure Sets Suspenders Cut Glass Bowls Punch Bowls Nappy I Cruets Pepper and Saltboxes Talcum Puff JarsITenth Silyer Tea bcw- ButterII Dishes Baking Dishes TravsiCream and Sugar bowls Fernery Shamy Sets NabyCupsi Bread Trays Celery Trays Spoon Tray All at Greatly Reduced Prices J These Goods and High Class and Will make Valuable Presents Come in Early and see my = Handsome Displays Q Ed Mr Russelln Springfield Kr Farm for Sale itContaining about iO0 acres 45 acre Q in grass 8 or loan timber never fail o mgwater frame dwelling good barn 1 mile from railroad convenient tS inOf rmatlon on- Dr E L McINTYRE n WOODLAWN- f KENTUCKY c IW s1SPtiNCPIELD TEETH Palnor Danger Dope in this office is ar I andjusti over3icElroy Shaders Grocery 1- oonoQOOOOOQQ Personal Notes io 0oVisitors In and Out of TownA Round Up of the Weeks Q Personal News Q OOODDDDOQOoo positionfield Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Company Mr J Y Mayes was taken quite sick last Saturday and for a while was under the care of a physician but is again able to be out 1IlltnessGeoritetownTexMrs T S Mayes = fterof G D Duncan have returned to their home in Cincinnati f Attorneys WC McChord and T + S Mayes attended Squire Hendrens courtat Willisburg Friuay LouisvilleSunday Mr Geo E Medley has sold his residence property on Lebanon Hill to + Mr Geo BQdine for a consideration of 51000 This is one of tile most desir f MrIm MIss Hobbs of Indianapolis arrived this week on a months visit in J theSpringfield NEW LAW AS To VIT AL STATISTICS Provides that the State Board of Health Shall Appoint a Registrar in Each District Among the laws enacted by the last Legislature is one in regard to vital statistics or statistics of birthS and- death It is quite voluminous and covers a dozen or more pages otprinted mat ter It provides that the State Board of Health shan appoint a Registrar in each district On the occasion of a birth the attending physician or midwife shall report the date sex and other things to the Registrar Where a person dies the undertaker mlist report the name placecause of death and num ous other important and neessary part ulars to the Registrar No sexton or undertaker IS allowed to bury crem Iate Dr mace in the vault the body of any person without making the proper reo port under penalty of a fins rangingl from twenty to one hundred Each incorporated city or town shan be asparate district and Registrras shall be appointed also for the country If districts Printed blanks or these reports are to be provided by the State Board of Yealth There are many other provisions of the law but these are among the most prominent The lawa toes into effect on January 1st MraIL A Shirley hpe been aPPointe4 istrar for the city but if any appointments have been made for the country precincts we have not heard of themtl PLEASANT GROVE The ofiiicera of Pleasant Grove church have called a congregational meeting fur Sunday Dec 11th and desire a full attendance as some very important matters are to come before the meeting Rev R E C Lawson will preach and act as chairman Miss Nancy Thompson vIsited friends here last week Miss Sue Reed entertained the fol lowing young ladies Thursday evening Misses Frances LItsey Mary Bruce EdKertonLIttleseveral days with his grandparents Judge and Mrs B L Litsey Misses Nancy Thompson arid Mary Bruce spent Sunday and Monday with LitseyWill Mrs Lucy Rodgers of Lebanon were at B B Leach mans Wednesday Geo Webb of LouisvIlle spent from Thursday until Saturday with Mr and Mrs J I Martin Mesdames B L LItsey L N Reed and L M Gregory sent last Wednesday with Mrs J H Hopper Woundsfrom a knife gun tin can rusty naIl fireworks or of other nature de mynds p1mpt treatment with B1c lens Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison orIgangrene Its the qUIckest surest healer for all such wounds as also for EruptionsEczemaPiles 25c at Haydon Robert on s o New Fresh Line c fverhiQgR quiredto baKe Your Cakes Fruits Cytron lemom Peeling Raisons Orange Peeling Currents Shelled Nuts Spices And Everything Needed For Your Fruit Cakes and Candy Weboughtthemtherefore giving our customers THE BEST AU Kinds of Buns and Fancy Cakes Baked TodayS KATIEHERTLEIN BRO II Fresh Oysters Received very Other Nigbtl I t M SaIet + l Asolut v iiS of 1 MiliineryBusin sSI To Close Out My Millen cry BusinessV all goods in DI store are now t tit For Sate at J + j Litith at your own priCe All Trimmings Velvets Feathers Whits Flowers etc fOnf Bargain Closing 0utr4Miss WIllIe Knott = iJ y MK A MOOR S tR TIGHT AS A XMAS PRESENft EVER THINK OF IT You could not doo a handsomer tng by Jane Mary John or E 1J hi00RES AIR TIGHT as Christmas resents are the LEAD R They are so thoroughly and dependably good Vhat present at Christmas time could be so avelcome as a goor MOORES AIR TIGHT to one who needed iiiFYou can pIck out an ELECTRIC ARIZONA Range for atiChnst mss gift and have it delivered on the rormnuteou designateat the right spotwe hold it for you Y6u cant have any misgivings when you give an ARIZONA RaneetfChrIstmas time It IS the FIRST and OREbiOSTTHE ABSOLUTE Tofits kind 1If you wake up aboutthree o clock in the morning and pan fi sett ansleep hour orso caist your mind over the sftgatl r and see it you cant make a Chtistinas present of a good RJANGZ or HEATER The surprise WIll then keep the recipients awaic and you willl sleep all right WIUTl SHULrZ CLEAVsR XMAS Presents Now IS tle time to do your XMas shopping I have a larger and morer com fete Hbe than ever Come andsee for yourself Presents both Largea d Small 1 I can suitt you in both duality aria Price I Nice Plsss of Jewelry Is Always lpJlrItIIti tulll- slrr o frlds rlJIIse 4AMEStJ1GRA 1g QOOOOOOOOQ 7- C fit t c v n fl I n t n sYNOPsIs LAwnace Blakeley lawyer goes to- tta arg with the forged notes la the i a cueto getthe deposition ot John lJRen millionaire In the lattera home youncAirddaughter A lady reQuects Blakeley- o buy her a Pullman tIcket He gives lower eleven and retains lower ten finds a drunken man In lower ten and pethee In lower mneHe awakens to bacJBlNugplacetlakeley44 exchanged clothes him under- aanicfon ot murder Blakeley IMcomea traintea Her11ar ithise flnck that he launder survemaRC fag3keara ot strange doings In the house 1Wt door CHAPTER XVCentinuih ABW turned the corner I glanced tck Half a bloCk behind us John 11OI was lnOYing our way Slowly ken he law me he stopped and pro seeded with neat deliberation to light a cigar By hurrying however he eautht the c sr that we took and stood H laUDnLiookedfaiy paid our faree to McKnighta do YlghWe will glee 1J1anm for hie 3 eyrie declared as the car moyN eosiitrytrard Conductor let ue off at the mUdcUHt lane youL canlmd At ode oclock after al1xmUe ram y 1tIe we Utsred a small country hoteL- Lwe had seltnJ nothing of Johnson for a half hour At that time he Wu a quarter oa agile behind us agdloeing- rapidly Before whad finished our InckeOli lie stggered Into the Inn OM of EIs boots wu under his arm uikla whole appearance was deployable He was coated with mud streaked with perspiration and helimp u he walked lIe choee a tablenot BeoItendon to tm lust letting my second wind Jclnigkt declared Bow do you feel air Johaeoo Site pr eight miles mores JohnthoaDot down had raised F to lira Ups without replying rile tact was however that I was like roknson T was soft from my weeks inaction and I wu pretty well McKnight who was a wel- lprig of vitality andhlghsplrlbs or ierK a strange concoctlo1 made of- nearly everything In the bar and sent tt over to the detective but Johnson r usa itgI person j Knlgkt said pettishly Kind of a fel low that thinks youre going to poison lils dog It you offer him a bone hxto the kite T was In better spirlts I hd told McKnight the story of the three hours just after the wreck Ikad not named the girl of course she kad my promise of secrecy But I told kIm everything else It was a relief te have a fresh mind on It I had puz- sled so Inch oiler the incident at the farmhouse and the necklace In the i gold bag that I had lost perspective He had been Interested but inclined Le be amused until t came to the brokea chain Then he had whistled softly But there Qe tons of fine gold chains madeTJeryyear he said y WhY in the World do you think that tke ersmeaz7 piece came from that necklace- I had looked around Johnson was tar behind sctaplng the mud oft his Meet With a pleneof stick 1 have the short end of the chain In the sealskin bag I reminded him When t couldnt sleep this morning I thought i would settle It one way or the other It was hell to go along the way I had been doing Andtheres- Co doubt about it Rich Its the same chain We walked along in silence until townIthe girl of course and I dont But II you lUte herand r think myself youre rather hard hit old manI wouldnt give a whoop about the chain fa the gold purse Its just one of the little cQincUences that hang people nowand than And as for last nigh t It shes the kind ot a girl you say l1e Is and you think she had any fling to do wIth that youYoure x addled thats aU You can depend z lastweekyet your train acquaintance was A n t timeitponabefore Iwe got ut the car IreT rtedto the subJect again It was iiAver far back In my mind About theyoung lady of the train i Ich I said with what I suppose was laborate carelessness I dont want you toget a wrong impression lam rather unlikely to see her again but eyen if i dQ II believe she Is- ready m bespoke or next thing to It He made no reply but as I opens tl tke door wIth my latchkey he stood looking up nt mo fromte pav- ttectwitk e his quizzical smile- LoseIa like the measles he orsz t i r i The 1 1JflAVTXIOR cmctyLA Q 2S HS M tiCOpYRJt3 tT pr D003f M RRlLt COMPAL Y AntlfTheres JohnHn Just tiehinti the Ceolnt hrepltlon riWahInoton ed The olden you get Stthe worse the attack thatdayhis place The next morning I made my initial trIp to the office the raincoat still on handsI had a short conference with the lstrict at- teensy tlL Bronson was under aura YeUlance he said and any attempt to ell the notes to him would probably result In their recovery In themean time as r knew the Commonwealth had continued the case is hope of such contingency At noon I left the office and took a veterinarian to see CandldaF the injured pony BY one oclock my first days duties wfreperf rmed and a long Sahara afternoon stretched ahead McKnIght always lad to escape from the grInd sug- ested a vaudeville end In sheer ennui I consented could neIther ride drive nor golf and my own com pany bored rue to distraction GooIest place in toWn these days e declared ElectrIc fans breezy songsalrycostumes And theres Johnson just behind the c lest proposition Washington He gravely bought three tickets and presented thee detective wIth one Then we went In Having lived a nor mar busy life the theater in the aft ernoon Is to me about on a par with icee cream for breakfast Upon the stage a very stout woman In short pink skirts with a smile that Mo Knight declared looked like a slash In a roll of butter was singing nasally with a laborIous sick at the end of each verse Johnson two rows ahead went to sleep McKnight prodded pie with his elbow Look at the first box to the right he said In a stage whisper I want you to come over at the end of this act It was the first time d had seen her since I put her in the cab at BaltI- more Outwardly I presume I was calm for no one turned to stare at me but every atom ofmo cried out at the sight of her She was lean Ing bent forward Ups slightly parted gazing raptly at the Japanese con jurer who had replaced what Mo Knight dIsrespectfully called the Columns of Hercules Compared with the draggled lady of the farm house she was radiant For that first moment there was nothing but joy at the sight of her McKnlghts touch on my arm brought me back to reality Come over and meet them he said Thats the cousin Miss West Is visiting MrsDalias But I would not go After he went T sat there alone pni fully conscious that I was being pointed out and stared at from the box The abomln able Japanese gave way to yet more atrocious performing dogs How many otters of Marriage wil the young lady In the box have Th dog stopped sagely tnone an eightWlldmutteredrAfter a lIttle I glanced over Mrs Dallas was talking to McKnlghtbut she Was looping straight at me She was flushed tint more calm than I andshe did not bow I fumblEit for my hat but the next moment I saw that they were going and I sat still Wen 11iclinight camp back ho w Striumphant ijIv made ann engagement for you tolIf bring you to dinner tonitht and II Said I knew you would taU allover yourseIt to go You are reQuested tbring along the broken arm and another y souvenirs Of the wreck that you may possess Ill do nothing of the son I incUnlionand I have to have Diy food cut for me seasflyup and Mrs Dal mows aU about the arm I toldd her Stogie Is his Japanese factotum so called because he Is lean a yellowish brown In color andbecausehe ahhs countryInwaSflnlshl11gthe the music had stopped as It does In the circus just before somebody rIsKs his neck at so much a neck In the tIlp- of death or the hundredfoot dive Then wIth a sort of shock I saw on the white curtain the announcement THE NEXT PICTURE WASHINGTONFLIER rANCE FROM THE SCENE OF FATALMORNINoTENTH TWO MILES FARTHER ON IT MET WITH ALMOST COM PLETE ANNIHILATION I confess to a return of some of ii sickening sensations of the wreck people around me were leaning tor ward wIth tense faces Then the 1et ters were gone and I saw a long level stretch of track even the br9ken stone between the ties standing o distinctly Far off under a cloud of smoke a small object was rushing toward us and growing larger as it came Now It was on us a mammoth In size with huge drivers and a colossal tender The engine leaped aside as- It just In time tQ save us from struction with a glimpse of a stoop- Ing fireman and a grimy engineer T long train of sleepers followed m a forward vestibule a porter to a white coat waved his hand The re ot tho cars seemed still wrapped In slumber With mIxed sensations saw my own car Ontario fly pas and then I rose to my feet and gripped McKnights shoulder On the lowest step of the last car one toot hanging free was a man His black derby hat was pulled well down to keep It from blowing away and his coat was tlylrig open 11 the wind was swung well out from the car free hand gripping a small every muscle tense for a jump Good God thatsmy man I said hoarsely as the audlenco broke applause 1lcKnlght halt rose In andturnedI dropped Into rnq chair limply and trIed to control my excitement The traidn D Ill swear that was my bag bicInigeht asked In an undertone Would you know him again No His hat was pulled down and his head was bent Jack to find out where thatpicture ken They say two miles but It mayl have been forty The audience busy with its wraps not noticed Mrs Dallas and AI- fson West had gone In front ot us wtof J t MKnight Mboxesleading Into the wings and as WI thekeyThe LuckUya bangIng at the door I had locked slgnUledJohnso InterIterepceStage hands were hurrying In eve oC1thesinglnlike g wayAta man In his shirt sleeves who by dot be1drecUngWell he said wheeling on n What can Ido for you I would like to ask I replied 1cinematographx84 Broken boardpicnickerslake 1 FlierHe arm twemshould like to know whether Ulsra poUcem4IaI11 sorry I cant tell YOU he re pituneso ourselves Where are the companys offices New York He stepped four and grasped a super by the shoulder What In blazes are you doing wit Takethatthrow it over a soap box If you have not got a kitchen chair I had not realized the extent of the shock but now Idropped Into a chair and wiped my forehead The UeX followedelation of the picture had left me limp and unnerved McKnight eras looking at his watch liRe says the moping picture pee pie have an office downtown We Cd- makeItILwe go on note SQ he called a cab and we started atthedetectlvRichey said I feel lonely tvlthoak h19 The people at the downtown oflice of the cinematograph company were very obliging The picture had been taken they said atM just two miles beyond the scene of the wreck Itwas not much but It was something homebutclothes and to dress at the Incubator I was determined It possible to make my next days investigations withoUt Johnson In the meantime even U was for the last time I would see Her that nIght I gave Stogie a note for Mrs Klopton and with my dinner clothes there camebaek the gold bat papereWhy Dickens Wrote Christmas Garcia t noticed a statement In one ot the papers recently that Dickens wrote his Christmas Caro with the express object of reviVing the popular interest In the Christmas season and testlY ties This Is a pleasing fictlC1 whicl had often been prevIouslY met with The tact Is that Dickens wrote the Christmas Carol in the autumn oI 1843 because he was short of money andln great need of = 5000 The most candid chapter In Forsters Life la the ono In the second volume Whlc hetth Carol accounts for Instead oi stthe 6000 he had set his heart and upon the sum duet him war Dickens write bij I11s unpaid are so Wrri8o thai all the energy and determination can possibly exert will be required tv clear me before I go abroad Dlcs ens ultimately cleared 2030 by th Christmas Carol on a we od 1600 copiesLondon Truth HeGood Joke on Voter whate1900 election In England He was I keen politician and believing that the COnstlthisdate engaged a special train to take him there Qn entering tile poUin booth he found the engineer ot the train at his heels He then dlsoovere that the engineer happened to be on the voting register of the same tow and was taking the opportunity ot hh accidental presence there to record his votewhich was given for the other side caJfPerhapspurchase who recently wrote a London book salter Please forward me a co of Tennyson but please not one bona is calf as I am u vegeta 1an1nten to employ the volume oply at90i for thought i Ckristtsa Rd9 Uf Monthly l pij r i i WASSIREortEIAS Moses Austin Grandfat erof the Lone Stat State Former RtpubltcAskedto Care fer Missouri Horne and TombofZPF mous Pioneer Who Made Poe sible It Fbunding fPotosipMoWashlngtoncounty of- flcials have recently appealed to TexR state officials to arrange for that commonwealth to care for the grave and homo ol Moses Austin In this city oses AUstin was father of Stephen F honored as the father of Texas As truly as Stephen F Austin was the father of the former republic and the grandkweek made the treaty and planned the woedk lie It Is believed here that the recent removal of the tiodyot Stephen F Austin from a lonely grave ma Texas village lba atate built tomb In the cap- Ital city that was named for him and the memorial selvlcesln several citie a thye theorrl decaye otthetthat Is lettofthe once pretentou rlydayhomepurchase there was no more la ratprivate estate ln the Whole Mlsslsslp valley than Durham Hall where the owner entertainedd such notable men Aaron Burr Andrew Jackson aA d ThomasH Benton fromtheStet lead mines and built the first lead smelter in Missouri He was at the head of the first bank established tS Louis and was a member of th first Masonic settlement period settlinanand It was under a treaty negqUatedby 11Uin thike Austin ant His Home In Texas The consumatfon of Then tripfromships ot which resulted In the des tb ot the projector- Stephen F Austin continued the work of his father led the America colony Into the southwest wilderne ss and helped the Texans to establish republic Moses Austins body lies In a rid ety weed covered tomb In the Presby dIstantfrommoro than 18 inches square set tna rustic tomb ot handhewn rock hoe rs this simple Inscription MOSES AUSTIN DIED 1820 When the condition ot the tome was called to the attention of Yashingto county officials It was their opint on vohence the letter to a state officiar eta t Ing its condition Had Cost England Many Millions LondonHarmuzd Rassam the A syrian scholar and explorer who se cruel treatment by King Theodore involved England In a 96000000 war with Abyssinia which ended In the rulerdfedntow yyenrsinIn north em Mesopotamia opposite the ittoconnected with the British museum In June 18G4 after having held a atthehe took charge of the English Isslon whpbadBritish consul and several other Eu releaseotthewith consideration but afterward be and two ot his companions were shut andwereechains They suffered from misery constantinsent to Abyssinia a punitive zpeditort Wider Lord MBpler KIng Theodore shot himself to death to avote the hie- miliation ot capture she CeYHHH ta country dturch otXispalian denarninatfoa is proceeri et being decorated for the Chriat tat atfoagieanTg x iastening a festoon Qt rH1lt about the baptismal Zoat wYeaee ter Miss Dymple who uBceremoll ously flings her hat oyes tile eatOt- Oa pewand comes toh1s asaistance Thee rector suddenlr observes thatshe Is hatless and remarks severely Miss Dymplelt Is particularly forbidden that women shli come 1xto the church with uncoverel keada + silencth i grubbing up the rectors derby add setting It jauntily og Jiiei pert little bass pill ths door ecTthDleY years was supposed JObe tscucae For ajtet sadpreertbedcure with Nti treatment peaeeneed x met sbte Bden hrs proven Catarrb e1e aeoeetlfnttasat d t treatsgtrYk Co Toleds stele Ute OBly Ceaetitnttonatewe as Iskkenrntersafytadees2rem1edrops zfWetrcutara1IAddress JJCHENE k COrbledaOUi r6oTakclralit rCoeii4HeYae Couldnt Be ThankfW Bishop Charles W Sml latlul rharvestThe harvest spirit is one of thank iti7ness but these are some crabbed old farmers who couldaf be tbalttkfuh fs they tries I said to s gchsat old fellow as Ite4 Qnducted me over hfa farm otrag ll- en autumn afternoon sad ahOw 1Mta record harvest iIWeIlsfrptIlt year at Ietyouve got nothing nothing whateres to complain of 10heiad Im afraid therell bea sseilt hitY for the young calve- stmportatttloMothers carefully every boUI4ICASTO a safe anti aura Ins edT11er infants and aai rate trig it Sears the JnSignature tFor Over 90 Tears The KindYau Have Alwaw sagk- mereIYJtlectualattrIbute el + factdSome men for nloaey a 4 some women for alimony 1 WANTS RER LET1R PUBLISImD For Benefit of Womenho Suffer from FeDlme IIts Minneapolis MinnUIwa sufferer from female troubles which aacondition of tMr lffisystem I read sa li muchofwhatLdirt Pinkbuatj mjountiIIhelpmeandlmuat i say it did kelp me 1 l o 1 Ronderfnli Iall1eft Istronger and Within three DOIUM awas a perfect twellavoman tokYeptblComponndMrs 2115 Second t Northl76LinxesrpollS Minn Thousands of unsolicited and genii me testimonials like the aboTe Ta iVegetaetc naively from roots and herbs iWomeh who SUffer from those dlstIesslngills peculiar tothelr ex i1d thesefactlordOGtthe theirrwritetoestrktl7confldentialbas been helping lckWoleia Drsaf soiia sToiAo heKmantwoeraother drugs but could find no fohl for a short time I will recomiskad Cnscarets to friends ass the OIy forlDaigestionand sour stock a1Kl to corditioTheyHarry Stuckley llattch chunk Ya GoodDoTheufnoare or your mower beak er rat w hiiaaeeeeiartT tr1 t PATq1 f row it I i i i ITTr Ff ttIIi T t 1J L ft1 i h f t I I k ft ri lik l Jr jHi I J- f L WEIGHEDONLYaO POUNDS HOW a Sever Cue of Kidney Troubli Was Finally Conquered ByrO1 Bennett 1018 st ClaIr 4Ye East LiverpOol 0 sasSixmonths I Was helpless lube WIth kidneY troubles Kidney secre lions were painful my head ahed terrIbly and my body bl ated I 2an down unUl I poundsland I had consuJl1ptfon A specIalt gave me up and so did mT- llQJ pl1yst lan Surprising as It may seem twas able to leave niy bed after Iusingsix boxes of Doan s KIdney Pills md fOr slxyears I have remained free from kidney txouble I cozdentIy be Ileve D ans Kidney Pills saved my life Rineer th meDoaDs- F HIe by all 1ealers 60 cents boa FOeter4U1bu Co Buffalo NY UNjNb JOLTRoM ADAM At If Eve Hadnt Sorrow Enough HerPartner Had to Md to the fftlctlon Adam had Jut received hIs notice gf jectiestHe itared at It a long time in stience whIIe EVe crouched inadusky erne1 oft1Ywh1mpe ed P the father of mankInd lokeclrPund As ETe caught his angry eye her wlihxiper chanted to a gulping sob t W lllj1te said sternly youve ocr tainly put ut in a fine mess witb your sillycuilosity ld yet when I refused to uve anything to do with your apple scheme you called me a youCauedmeYees sebbed Eve Well titeres juone question I want to ask yousald Adam v11at Is fU gasped the first Doth r W1os looney nowJ he harshly deianded Then ke turned away abruptly and tarted to pack up the family gourds and the tent polesCIeyeland Plain Dealer It Revolted Him WJlllam Loeb Jr ata dinner In- NOW YOk referred with a Smile to the arsher penalties even to ImprIs- onment that are now to be inflicted upon srnugIers Tytak it hard very hard tiese smugglers saId Mr Loeb Revolted at the size of their fine tb 1In1te Die thhik of George White the chtckt ienthief WhaU George shouted T proac4 u11yon hearing his sentence What kenWhYa smt r bea for 60 cents t PUSINESS JS8U8INESS I Mr UckerYonr r bill actually me3 my blood boil Doctor SlickThen air t must charge you 20 more for sterilizIng your system NEWSPAPERS TAKING IT UP Mtropofltan Dailies Giving Advice How to Check Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble This Is a slthple home recipe now bfiig made known 1natltqe larger clttelUttol1gh the newspapers It Is Intended to Check the many cases of leumati and dread kidney trouble which have made SQ many cripples invalids and weaklings of some of our r1ghtest and strongest people The druggists everywhere even In the smallest communities hhve been notified to supply themselves with the ingredients and the sufferer will have 1io troubl to obtain them The pro scrlptfonlsasfoUow Fluid Extract Compoundrt one Syrup of Sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shakiag well In a bottle The dose Is one teaspoonful after each 1iMi1 and at bedtime 1 ceut experiments In hospital caSes prove this simple mixture ef fective In Rheumatism Because of its positive action upon the eifmina- tlve tissues of the kidneys It compela these most vital organs to filter from the bl6od mid system the waste im- puritles and UrIC acid which are the cause of rbeumaUSIn It cleanses the kidneys stngthens themandremoves quIckly such symptoms bakacbe blood disorders bladder weakness frenent urination painful scalding and dscolored urIne It acts as a gentle thorough regulator to tile ritro kidney structure thoce who suffer and are accus tamed to purchasa a bottle of medl cJne sliotM not tets little incon vimtence intetfere with making this Iisorbave your druggIst do Wforou GUVERNORS IN FRANKFORT EXIecof Moments SESSIONS DEVOTEDTO BUSINESS Victors in Recent ElectionS Settling Topics That Puzzl Common yJealths Frank ortrhe third conference of gOvernors begun wQlen Gov Wilison welcomed the chief executives tO the Blue Grass state and Mayor Polsgrove- weicormed them to its capital Goy mG Pbhler of Rhode IslanQIreI wn1sonslbilitIes of this conference Never before has Kentucky thud suCh a gatherIng within her confines The governors of thirty of ourI states were present and ali the erIors leotof several states This Is the second conference held outside of Washington It meets in Ken Icky in honor of Gov Augustus E Wllson halrmunof tim executive committee and hence the virtual head of the body GoVe1ectEmanet oNeal nd Mrs- ONeal tram Aiabatha were the first of the visitors to enter the confines of the state The followIng ist2ie list of governors piesent and otherS are expected before the sessions close AIabamaEimnet ONaI and wife ArlzontRlcbard E Sloan and wIfe qo1oradoJoim F Shafroth and wife ConnecticutFrank fl Weeks and Wite eorgl3 JosePh M Brown and wif- eIdahQJamesIIHiiwleygovernor eleOt IndlanaTllOmas R Marsball and wlf lansaaWa1ter a Stubbs KentuckyAU E Wilson- MossachusettSEben S Draper anl wife nd daughters MississlppPE P Noel and wife 3I issourlHerbert S Haeyt- IontanaEdwin Ii Norris sand wife New erseyJohu Franklin Fort New JerseyWoodrow Wlison gO- vernoreleet I North CarollnaW W Kitehl- nOhoJtidson Harmon and wife OklahomaLee Cruce governor eieOtA R1hdfle Island Ad1U S Pothier and wife South Car linaMOrtinF nsel and wife South DakotaRS Vessey and wIfe UtAhVIllfam Spry VirglniaWm H Mann and wile WIsxmsinFrancis E rcGovern- governorelect All the former governors of Kent cky who are now living and their wives were Invited to the reception Ive Tueed evening by Governor and Mrs WlUsOn in nor of the gov ernOrs of other statea- WedneIay morning the governors went to Louisville where the remaht- mg sessions of the conference were held it is understood that among the chief subjects to e discussed Is eon seivatio from the standpoInt of the states leJ8lation BoOoalD9t pdllutlon of streams which may be claSsed as conservation of human life and the gOY ernor powers and responstbtU ties Under the lhst named head the power of removal of county and other om dais win Qa considered likewise the short baflt and appointment of pie minor stateoffidals or governors cabinet On the subject of conservation it is Eald that Gave Norris of Montana will be asked to speak for the nthwest ern governors who got suC short shrift at the St Paul conservation con entlon nnd that SOme one elSe will represent tOO other view of the question The importance of oonsenatlon by the states may bo realized when It Is a4ated that fourfifths of our iaturaI resource are already und r private ownership Over this the tates nlonQ can exercise control- Governorelect Woodrow Wilson ot New Jersey will speak on The PasO bll1tles ot the Housof Governors Coy John Blrke of North Dakota and Herbert S IIadIey of Mtssourl will discuSs T1Ie Governors Powers and ResponsihtUties arid the Short Bal lot followed by Governorelect Dix lof New York Gov Fort of New Jer ser will talk on Direct Primaries Gov RiChard Sloan ot Arizona on the work for the following yell and aU will take part in discussions on popu Thr efcUons of senators the corrupt pratices act the Income tax amendment and conservation of human life It Is designed to hold future meet Ings at other state capitals taking them In rotation ompwhnt os the old tashloned country schoolteacher board ed round or the circuit courts tiar eled from one countYEeat to another Thu9 thAi house of governors will be a rrrogresslvebodetienst In the sense that a certain kind of euchre is called progressivo Vllliam George Jordnnis referred to as the than who invented tile HuGe oGoverpors Mr Jordan1s also sc etary of the orraaizatIon Jn PROFITABLE TO RAISE CALVES DUiUNG WIMERI They D Not Cost asluh as Those Born in the SprIng Owing to the Absence of Heat and Flies IHowThey Are Managed Calves dropped In the late fall and th early p rtot wInter can be raised at less cost than calves dropped in sptlng Spring calves do not receive much benefit from gras the first sea son because for some six weeks after birth the ruminating stomach Is undeveloped then again the summer heat and the plague oflllesarea serious drawback to healthy growth In the fall and during the witter months out door work not being so pressing more time for feeding and caring for the calves may be given The calves being Jed mostly on milk and swill mill feed ari atmeal food and kept in a warm wel11ighthd box dtall and under the management ota careful hand will make a strong growth throughout the wintert and by April they will be large Content enough to turn out to pasture and do well on the drYrationg of the following wInter The fall calf properly fed and cared for can be served When 16 to 18 months of age coming trash the latter part of the second winter The calf should be left with the cow for several days afterbIrth as the milk of the cow which Is of a turbid yel lowIsh color unfit for human food but havIng medicinal qualities wisely dc signed by nature to freO the bowels and Intestines of the newborn animal from the mucous excrementaUous matter always existing In the stomach of the calf after birth This milkshould never be given to older calves as it would produce scours For the first 1few days give fresh newly drawn milk CARING FOR FARM HORSES By Observing a 1ew Precautions FarmerMay Loss Of Time Expenseand In jury to AnImals By H E KINOMAN A horse cannot do satisfactory work with shoulders that pain him every time he takes a step The horse may be looked upon as a machine that Is expected to do to much work and it some ot the mechanism is out of order then the amOunt of work Is lesssned But also the animal must be lo kei upon as a creature with feeling and ambition taking pride In ItS worK that Is a willing obedient and ttherefore vlluable servant and should be proper cared for rho first thing of importance to con skier In the draught horse Is the cal lat Most of the Injured shoulders are theresult of poorly fitting collars and the fault usually lies In a collar being too large It Is a good idea to have a harness maker fit the collars to your horses He may bo able to romoie padding and in other ways make the collar over so that It wlll fit nicely Heavy collar pads are to be avoided It possible They are hot and cause the shoulders to sweat thIs kepe thepa4 andeshoul er wet and the ekln becomes and blisters easily Dirty collars are probably tiS responsible for sores boulders ns lii fitting ones In the spring especially when the horse halr Is long Ho is soft from lack of work and sweatS profusely Tis forms a gummy dirt that adheres tP the collar and makes when dry a hard rough surface Ike ordinary farmhand feels that his duty Is dOne it he scrapes the dirt from the collar with the back of his jackknIfe rhis- methgd however Is not an especially good one for the leather ot the collar rind a smooth surface Is not left A damp sponge used In the evening as soon as the collar is taken oft will In one or two minutes remove the dirt ThIs may be followed by an oiled rag if this Is done the collar in the morning should be soft and smooth Careless drIvIng jerking a horse out of the furrow and into It again allow Ing him to work with his head around on one side all tend to produce sore shoulders Of course the first precaution to take Is not to ask a colt to doa full days work until pc learns something about his job and ceases to fret The shoulder wIll then gradually become ouhned It Iz ti good Idea to sponge from the mother Afterward give sweet skixnniilk to which maybe added a lit tIe boiled oiliiko and second quality wheat flour Feed lukewarm twice I day about two quarts at each meal Give the calf the two fingers of the rIght hand to suck up the milk at first The calf will soon learn to drink the milk without the hand Feed at regular hours After the milk has been drunk put a little hay In the calfs mouth A little bright sweet clover hay should be tied nthe pen every day This will teach the calf to eat Have a glean- feed bucket Disease and no end of germs lurk In the seams of a dirty bucket A wooden bucket should not rhebucketsset in the sun everyday The femalq It calves from the best cos should be raised It Is well to raise a choice male animal to take the place of the head bull when he becomes too old or vicious Dairymen haying the pasture and the forage should raIse their cows instead of buying them Better inllker maybe had and Ot much less cost The labor cost of raising n ai1 should not be counted as the farmer should at tend toWs part Of the business He has abundant time not only to raise the calves but also to teed and help milk Unless the owner gives careful attentIon to details he had better live up the milk business The calf pen should be kept clean given dry bed ding and fnlly exposedto the sunshine and weIl aired wwwthe shoulders with cold waterjust pllin cold water Alum water hl been used to goOd advantage also weak sol- utIons ot tannIi acld Alcohol tends to toughen the skin The injuries to the top of the neck very frequently terminate in fistulas withers etc A bUster near tho pQint acallouscold absc sslllfittlng collar and poor drIvers are equally respoJJslbl8 cora condiUon known as sVeer11 TRUCK FARMING WITH DAIRY Difficult to Conceive ot More Profitable Type of AZr1u1tur Than J dlClous Blend jug tTwo By W M ltELLY The truck farmer who Is farming wIthout manure maintains the supply of nitrogen in his soil by the use Qf legumes and buys a fertilizer rich In phosphoric acid and potash In this Way he secures a better balanced fertilizer than the dairyman who uses manure rich In nitrogen and deficient In the mineral elements on clover sod that Is already rich in nitrogen Now as nitrogen Is the most expensive element of fertility we can read fly see how much more profitable It would be for the dnlr farmer to lengthen his rotation one yezir and grow some highly Organized markat crop that would sell for more than enough to pay for the purchased grain foods required to feed the dairy coWs lu this way he would be making better use of the surplus of nitrogen and the purchase ot a small amount ot mineral fertllzers would enabJe him to greatly Increase the yIeld ot every crop grown in the rotaUoh that Is followed In growing food for his cattleI that we shoul i try and In corporate some of the inethoas ot soil handling practised by the truck er and market crop grower into the managonient of our dairy buslneSb If we succtled in deriving from It the largest nd most certain profits It Is dlfficutt to conceive of a more profitable type of farming than a judicious blending of dairy farming and market crop growIng but In order to uccessfully cumblne these two types ot agriculture we must abandon old and unprofitable methods of lairyLng and got right down to study of ct SIIn fertil- it btPI INet Income 3000From 28 Acres of California Land The original prke per acre was 40 Planted to peaches Plums grapes and pears it yields saooo a year net and would be cheap at 500 nacre This ison1yo epleof what haS been done in a clima e that drawl tourists from alt over the world Union Pacific S utherpP cific StairI te tIiWut Electric Block Sidnals For further facts and accurate information bout California call onorjaddr ss jGED1t roRTr T iL UP71F1tWIA ma wuL DOUCLASI 3350 4 SHOES lOfJtBoyatSHOESS20025oa 3QO BEST TNt WORLD J ThkkaffrkIdI Y y u cIaNvf Itkradthrtuataiwf rea A a1 Math lleW isablsf IIWcIIe tpsi WarimrvfkM qybaiaAdmy ow 1MIfIp 80 H Tt0 1IVpPV M t fin f r Itandaid hOet1wGuarantee Shee to ho1d theIr ehaPer JooklUid it better aBa wear longer than other 300 358 r 00 ahON youcan buy Quafltyhaamadeznyehoes The Jeadere of the World pea8ed when yon bay my shoeebecanse of the lrHWMl at and appetB and whea comes time for you to pUrchase Li Pair wlfl be more than pleazed becaUs the lastones wore owell and YOS 30 tItHe jCAUTION INOD DewtUlourWLDoUJdUTAKE NOsuSTITUTEurourdeaJlc flIItJOaWUhWDon1aIRhoeswrSteforKAnOrdCalAl M For DISTEMPER Sore sre aael pHI he preTt1nIIOJ ttetiunlIoneb tge an Uuidgivea on le tongue acts on the Blood ad Olndu po1IOnousgsriIrom thebcd In Doti M4cged7 Orfte =hv Me and bottl5 ndMedow lBfeeWIuI plt kowo7ourdrng5itwhowIflget1ttor7oU Booklc Chemists md OSllENIID H SPOIIN IIEDICAqg actsrloioglata Vs SIMPLY AWASTE OF MONEY Old Sexton Had HITlme Mapped Out and There Was No Need fa Clock IThere hadbeensome talk of a Clock in the twer otthevillage church But John the old sexton who lived In the little cot tage upposlte the church declared himself dead again It and expressed the OplUion that It would mean an awful waste o brass Were the scheme can1ed out We want noclockshe said the other dayWev done without up to now lUlw shall manage Why yin 1 my bed of a mOrn In J can see the time by the sundial over the porch Yes replied one who approved of the fchemff thats all right so tar as It goes But tie sun doesnt shine every morning What do you do then answered John surprisedly I knows then as it aint fit weather to be out 0 dan 1 just ztops where I isTitBlts No Union Mrs O H P2elmont at a luncheon at the Colony dab In New York urgeI on women the necessity for unIon If we are to get theot she said we must stand togetber Too many women face this question as they lace all otherslike the elderly belles at the cbarity ball What a flatterer Wooter Von Twil- Icr issatd the first belle Why did he tell you yotilooked nlcesatd the second No was the reply He told me You did Its awful hard for a little wthnan to impress people with her dignity The Arriiy of- Constipation l GrewiaE SslIsr Eveey Day CARTERS LiriLi4Fd LIVER ULSas rm theIT I T ri1- It Is sk4sL SLw MALL Pill SMAIID0SESIAILzJc Genuine aMhu Signature uIIan AurOd Income IlLI0sh Ireland Box 12fo Mauci ChwaJt a PFR1000 UPWARD PAID DISTRU- IPJ UTlNG t3amples etc No cannas thg aend rc stamps 1JroJlrtoo l1t paid and tom r7ADvrR LbaaoaNH IEMEMREPi Pink Eye 4 skipgCtnlialey Fever IIoiezpoed r aac1luiireynme4T clocks Why Why Rent a Fail Iofpg very sr LVyesaNackflted kese it- aUS st TIM crgyOWs es 1k Ian4s wint q adva You lea Become RiCk bYcatt1erandirinixedr5t the ROY1J sf aauIka t Sutckew aa41 4ThIs tr e he4 pre eptIe a aiwU se l4h- eldby rUwy and 3sd cow pntU jivyIH Iistor uIl blIkfule- IIaat pIcd4J acoI- aadcrehf4P1IwaU rtuNLa BeKoW tzw ptietlarirtto Ottwe dorwtIIIGoT CiIIMI tIMINI 1 Wee MreMremye IlRUISfS RO UNit TIlE WORLDTWO GRAND CftUISS of Molt three ant Onehalf months lIratMa ecn- TheftrKtolflffMY Nv1 1111 endtbesecondlromSurreclcJb 17 1II2bythelargetransatInUcMeir Rei ro- iuveidnuUC so Vp- Iiciiidleu AlifxpseeAlso to tlteWEW XWU8 the OMIT zalcAWritIw miai1mIfXMUGAMERICANLlNr 414 S readwayNewYIrk PI nl7 Important News FUR DEALERS and TkAPERS ENDTUU aMSfltS IrecttoSiiiiwt on erIc yaurTerfl4eItY01lJULFl1IT ia trialw tWe jay till JtnIZtlrl vsmuiss NctrMY LEOPOLDGASSNERFURco ua1st1Swyokc1ti CpltUht25i N S klypriclbt c FrWIIIIH forsaieorrentotwniota an ome tobui Send tarticn1srs and = lrllWytNaUonaiEealty Co your tnyenUcrn Free prellI PATENT rch ook1ttreeIiLO nsnsVaNS Ie co sb1eE ot Wl1lllPMll vIIiJOm a AGENTS WNZD POX A1f AKTICL wbtchell1atIgbt Natstktn cuNt UerWatth for It American HpeclaltyColelkr a WNU CINCINNATI NO 4111O j ltiei yc f c J THL SFRrNGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER q tg fo i i tt fakANTERSi LEAF WAREHouse TI SPR1NGF1ELD KY tTANDY UISENBERRY CO Proprietors f DAItY AUCT1OPJ SALES WELL LIGHTEDSALESFLJftig f I solicit s part or all of your patronage and will guarantee that your interests will be carefully looked after i Warehouse ear the Depots TANDY QUISENBERRY Managert r sg c THE SPRINGFIELD tl rxy N bELEAFTOBACCO IIftAREHOUSEI KenTHURSDAY DEC lst 1910tJ t JTE SPRINGFIELD is new and u to date and will extend to its patrons ever attention and accommodation and guarantees Highest Possible Prices for every piece Qof tobacco placed on its fIoor The house is under the dailwhoY BrinK your tobacco to The Springfield where you will always get the lad hand from rich meniber of the film You will not only sell your own tobacco well but you will be helping to wake Springfield one of the big markets of the State tt t T jf r SALE OF f Lendp Stockwell offer ate ublic auction on 7 fhursday December 15 f9lQ t M 2Farm ltnoWmas the rmstrbng place located on the Bar stoVn and Bloomfield turnpike S miles Jf6mthe former and 4 mtles from the 1attor at the intersection of the county road ThIs is one of themostt desirable farms in Nelson county and contains 184 acres inhigh state of cultivation Alto phalf of farm is yirgin soil now in blue grass Has on it about 2ooo worth of timber new 12 acr- a 1 e bohacco bare built this year large stock barn with s oattachedand fine residence that cost nearly is mchas the whole farm will sell for A brick tenement house andother outbuildings tis all t rmestSneland andwell watered and is a Noi S O krainand tobacco farm i Will also offer about 20 head of good dairy cows ro ne freshothers to be fresh m January abou e 1dofhlghgr del1elfers s9f lo head of mules and some horses among them I pan 4 earol- u sorrel mare nrles r tairAvear Old horse mules about 6o head of Sheep about 35 head of hogs Id Some outside stock TERMS All sums of Ip arid under cashover that amount 6 months time bankable note hear r 6 Percent interest from date of sale On farmOnethird cash balance in four equal payments 4Ssle t bln It 1000 oclock I m Farm to be sold Immediately after dinnert I r WIHM CLEVELANDLD 1Y1Ia FOR SALE 0 J 11j1ILLERS SPRINGS fr And 25 Acres of Landi i 1 a the Bells Ford and Gethsemane turnpike about J mies South r aNew lope Kentucky This place atasman cost can be made r fan ideal summer resort I v Also a Farm of 18712 Acres 3liar Maw Nor Ky with goad house barn and out buildia s about t Illtte lIllf land is creek bottom and Is the best farm in Nelson county at the ruse for which I am offering It Apply to 2 R MASTERSONlf diiI 7N New Hpe Ky r The JEFF DCOOMES Farm For Sale e k will sell at p- i1 ublic auction at the Court Souse in Bardstow n l 12 1910 S Avery valuable salt farm situated about l mlleseEast of Bards Iowte near the Springfieldiurnpikelhisfarmhas bnit a good 4 eJOnr barn at1 all outbuildings and severalneverfailingspriogs l soil is as good itS any land in the count and nearly all deared and prepared for cultivation Immediate possession can be given tERMS iz and 18 months W T SPALDING f M C N C Cp f s f J ALABAMA WOMAN SETSA RAPID PACE Is the Rest Farmer in the fertilei Tennessee Valley of Nor h ern Alabama WildPlacefor herself in Alabama the reputation fertileTennesseeMrs Wilder has a farm consisting f 1600 acres in one of the most fertIle plantlionplaceTheirmost satisfactory in every respect every ont ofthe twenty negro tenants after his work irlservicesUnited States Department has conf- edr upon each of the negroes ar erte t UnitStatesWilder Plate I MrWilderBerryman G Betty in Farmers Ho JournalIIf You Have Scalp or Clair Tro- ble u Take Advantage of This Offer enIdotinue to sell it as we do it It did not dt entsiasmhu 3 Hair Tonic not give entire aatiatactt to the users would lose faith in and our statemehts and inconFeguence our busfnesl stlge We assur yOu that it your hair is be youhaveHair Tonic will promptly eradicated dentin stimulate hair growth and are vent premature OurCaith in tldnesBIis bo strong that rimonayTwuslzes50cThe Rexall store The Haydon I- ItettDrug Lot lII lh fNWICK Killing hogs and stripping tobacco is- tli order of the day with the bu- eoplep of this section and Mrs S CBegleY are on the tMrlist for LoJt don of Indianapolis is parantsbeenhIthis writing MIsses Pearl and Louise Fenwick LloydFenwickSimon Adams arrived Friday last fm a placeSanford RIJones were m Mackyille Friday afternoon Woodford Grave r a3 the guest o placeFridayMIss Louise Fenwick sp nt SalurdayI ShewmakerMiss f her cousins at this place Saurday night and Sunday spentSaturdayville spentondaylastme Fenwick and family Miss Susie Fenwick was the guest o her cousins Pearl and Sadie Fenwick weelcMrparentsMrand t and Sunday Miss Mary Rowe was the guest of her weeRichardnight MIss Verna Rogers visited her sister Mrs C W Adams last week ShannonThompsonlast on business Kent Roger and family and Mrs Dan Mcllvoy and family were guests of ylastMatt Hilton and family were guests of SundayBorn m Dec 81910 a fle boy to guestd Monday MISS Verna Rogers ente tamed a fe QC her friends in t charming mann Sunday afternoon Mrs Nannle Fnwr k and daughte Sadie was inSprinired Monday Stanley Rogers and Shannon Thom Sodn Opera House tOt Bloomfield Mr James A Allen of131oomfie is building a spacious opera hall ov r the large tobacco warehouse he is ecting in Bloomfield The stage roomy and the seating crpacity of lie hall will be near the thousand marl The hall should furnish great entertait ment for the people of the rlloomtield community as large shows can be ac commodatedLebanon Falcon biliousngsconstipation d s ache invest one cent in a postal card send to Chamberlain Medicine Co Des Moines Ia with your name and a dress plainly on the back and they w forward you a free sample Or Chambe lams Stomach and Liver Tablets So by Haydon Robertso- nLard of Thanks The Sisters of St Catherine of Sienj na Academy tender grateful uc nowIto the Aiunina mavnut be invIdious to saytgthe flcers of the Society t Book Shower that came asaThanks ivmg offerings Such thuughtfuln is appreciated especially for the lib unexpectedinumber of volumes iversIf uFO1 the past ear je have kept theI King of all laxativesDr Kings haveiwrites Paul Matulka of Buffalo N Y Easy but acre remedy for an Ever a d Kidney troubles Only at liaydoll Robertson Teddys Shortened Name Reot Everett Mass eh1ims to tAI the shortest name of anyone the country He challenges anybody to comes foward with a name us short waiiIdoubtlesssbe accepted by Cot Theodore recentlyiHupkinsviile KentUckian A Womans Great Idea Iis how to make herself attractive But without health it is hard for her to be vely in face form or temper A weak sIckly woma will be nervous arid Irri table Constipation and Kidney poisons show in pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched But Bitters compoIexion godsend to women who want beauty and friends They regulate Stmach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety love Jy oo health Try them RobertsonM1 j commissioners SALEIWashington Circuit Court Ky TRevieEquity By virtue of a judgment andorder of Courttenderedshove styled cause I shall proceed to doorinSprmgfield MONDAY DECEMHER261910 befand beat bidder pubJi auction 1lpon a credit ot 6 and 12 months the following described property to wit inWashinvilla and Cardwell turnpike about 1 thtof land contains 70 acres more or less is known as the old Johnnie DatlandcFor the purchase price the purchase r thorlegal interest from date of sale aril paid and having the force and effect o bepreoarEdtoCj FHOSLEYrf C W CC mYuch Sickness Due to BowEI Disorders A doctors first question when consul red by a patientis Are your bowels ceofnt elsandtorpld liver and that this co must be removed gently and t10 retoradRconsttpatiow n are erso certain of their great curative pO1 ors that we promise to return the pur chasars money in every case when they satisfactionp hiugtstrengn gripe canes nausea fiatulenc excessive loosest ss dtarnccea or nth annoying effect They ass especial good for children meek persons or o Soisyhe liaydop Willett Drug Co Where Marriage isa failure Some people with more money and time ai their hands than good Seri se and good taste show remarkable ingenuity in doing foolishthings that violate the poprftes One of ttre worst cases was that of the woman brideills beiden c ucaUy a mockery of marriagee and on wfparsby heOG stiPation BedWith the first signs orConstipa methoofds withyourbreakfasthen these fail ndpurgntlvewaters throwtheseaU useless far as permanent resu itsgo Now you should try once againbut try somethtnipractlcal and sensiblea and Intended for thept r S2oFucb is Caldwell s Syrup whlcbll1guaranteed to be permanent in Its re bbrief a el thtoinan away wIth medicines of all kin ds atSanvl1le 0agISway to prove these assertions withthr yourfnrimeand hoseedycotinuetdosedoes not gripe and Is promptly etfe tlvo moneyguaranteed or t This remedy Is oyor a quarter of a rcn fury old and personally token by Imllarremedy leuanttastechildren Women rind old folks genera by piesaae abedtreedetaILIoraaa and OAaPoetalcard 01- etherwlHL Farr elth request the doctM a address is Dr w B CaldRdllili41 Wen InIiWIac Meathfe ill r l j Public ir it I r IRILLONi uesday Dec 20 1910- sell to the hIghest btJderirtn riyel t ylandsThe Home Place IfConblining titheone of the best and moatc t omesaround town every buikit 1tds neeaednd all good AJatt toung orchard of 160 trees TRACT NO 2 10Jtol4Jlfonpiked in the near foliate 1 naiie fibIke and 11 mites from same r r tise35 acres small grain Also g K tl1tRootliiatroomTRACT N0 E 2t17acres 71 milesfromSoriDrn l e Ballard road 1 mile tromptkew xaahfr of tobacco arid corn land frail of C t KThe cheapest fart in the Htstdertng w11atitcan b bftuciit ti A chance of a lifetitnefor ai tiaietT Jitlt EeThe sale will be held atlot kjtem in order not to conflict with the tFbacco sales and to give mtcrt tiiaes a chance to attend both d 1r z Itl 9VILL ONrWednesday Dec 28iJP litefollowing z ZnJyears not afraid of an automobile liljwreld combined hOfCIe L yearling t igoone 4 good milk cows3 Jersey elie y 2 bucks some hogs rtculttJralID merits of all kinds bot cairn l yfiugsriesfence 5 stands of beeS about buek yels corn 25 or 30 bushels wheat hay Eitbaccogood as new a one holdandkitcbetifprnittire and raei7tjeitlv y atIdJas RoYaIJY 4 s M CAMPBELL AuctlfleefJii It JJI7 iJtiI j Comm uss onerlsl 101SA J 1ia f j f + WashmonCiremb Court Ky r Y HattweU Etherington Plaintiff vs Fannie Best Admniatratrixl iEtc Defend tsEquitv iiBy virtue of a jUd sale of the Washington ctiQi iittendered at Octobe1tetMtlJ Ha eetooffet e door inSpringfi dK1oo MONDAY DECEMBER U1Q I heatand best bidder at public auction a credit of sixmoDtbs the foUcnlllC described property tQ wit A certairiTRACTQFLANP o tM waters of Mays Creek near LitseyL NomreEast by same on the Southbytlte1W ck etbTthtaming tWQ acres more ot 1eetothis land a four or five g ate JIbarnFor the purchase price tlt inreltutra 1Irityloregal interest from da teDt M tit Pd6andhavin the force and act of a ltttlgment a lien barn retaiodproperty B dders111 rtgizired io comply pro ttie ie are itC t C w llsavKlishei i tt Air fligbtspnhev tmK irMlttorte I without wires terrible ar lfo kiif men nd that w of 1f dtJJir Dr Klng1 a New ooQIt1J bp tuee r tie hemorrhages hay 3everaa r d orluaq t ifiee jU p I6ronahial affections ittk iftO it tnrwteprEreR RNo 4 writes itcott o tinate cough after tilt i dies i iild say 100 trial baw free q raiiraiileedliy Haydsi b- ertsdn III Ai qr rV1 4 rh lj flI jr if i