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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 2 t PAtiyIffV t 4 6 I1s m t prJtt It1 Y un I DEVOTED TO ThE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY t ifiri i trVII SPMINQFIELD XY WEDNESDAY DECEMEN 14 1110 UMEL2 It v 4 d tiffittit+ titiliI11Z ThePa per FrothS MyOld Home Town t When the evin shade is fallinat the ndin of the day Ana feller rests from labor smokIng tt his ppe of day tit + Theres nothing does him so much good befortuneu or don +As the little country paper from his old home tQvn fit l talta t inrOf beauty an Its print aint always clean tit But Jtstraightens out the temperWhena feIlows feelingmean t Itakes the wrinkles off his face an brushes off the frOtf +little country paper from hIs old home town IThat all the partIes an the balls of Punkll Row 1JtutWho spent Sinday with his girl an how t1iecrdj eJ growJahow It keeps a fellow pasted bout wh6s up an whos down W i + That littlo country paper from the old hometown Now I like to read the dailies an the other papers too k An smetimes yellow novels md the other trash dontyou But when I want some reading that n brush aw y a frown 4i J9Want tat country paper from my old home town I Hil + C McCHORDI t APPOINTED 4P8JJftsident Taft as a Member 1 i tbe lnter Commerce fI1miiMn Ariiiouncembnt nan been made in the npip r dispatches JromWashmJtj t n Do Cthis week that President TaftbIppointed lion O C McCbor- dofLoui and Springfield ps amem her of thentitta Commer e Com 4 mission one Qf the most important and responsible positions at the disposal of the President The term of frefl year and the annual officeis11 1OO1Xh Mr MeChords end for the position were most f tie having been recommended for the posit onbymost of the Railroad Corn rnissi nerS of the country bYthe entire Kentucky ngressiona1 delegation and by other Influential parties The Pres ident could not havemad anappier selection tlfan that Ot Mr McChord for this onept the most imporant posit 4 tionsin the country Mr M Chord has studiethe rate question until today thes considered one of the leading au- thoritiesv in the UnitedStates on this- subject During toe twelve years that he was Railroad Commissioner in this he devuted pacteaIly his entire 1timetofthe study of rates and their regulation so as to ford protection to the shipper While at the same time to give the carriers a profit Mr Mc Th9rds ability was recognized by the National Ass ciation of Railroad ComI missioners which made hun President nt the assocIation Mr McChord IS al so author of the railroad bill which lars hie name and which was passed cvhilehe sas a member of the Kentuc ly State Senate Hes a fine lawyer aB e1iasbethg possesed of unusual 200 VOTESGiven on iivei 1 worth oi goods pur chased for cash at this store in our Piano Ccrntest t JIIIIIIiU CIIII1UIIIIJJllIiIlIiIIU1IIlIIqJIIJ I i PRESCRPflOS our Specialty xec twetbUity and will prove an able and efticient member oC the Interstate Commerce Commission PrIOr to two years ao11r McChord made bis home here but since hat time has residw in Louisville where he has- enjoyeda lucrative law practice as the senior member of the firm 0fMcChord i Hines Norman He assumes his new officeJari 1 and Will make his home in Washington D C civil WAR VETERAN ID ES AT HIS UOME- P Kefly Sr Dies at Litsey Aged 82 YeasWas Well and Respectlid IKnown Sr died at his home at Litsey Monday 4rnmg Dec 12 agei 82 years Mr Kellys death was caused by senility Tw funeral servi ces were conducted ytmterday morning at st Rose ChUlch and the remains laid to rrst in St Rose cemetery MrKelly was well known to many citizens of the county especially the older inhabitants Hewas esteemed by all who knew him being a by nature and a scrupuloqsly Ientlemanj upright man in aU his mgs The decedent was a veteran of the civil war having served with the 10th Kentucky RelZ1ment under Cot John M Harlan He was a member 911 Company F of which Frank Hill was Capain and was wounded several times during the war Mr Kelly was next to the last iurvivr of his Company in thIs county John G Howell of Mackvllle being the only member now living Mr KeHyJtad always made his home in this HeIhim two brothers lKel1y and Thos Kelly of this place and one sis liter Mrs Janes who lives rn Texas PARCELS POST NOW IN SItiIIT- To be Recommended byPOst masterpneral Hitchcock in Ills Annual Report A limited parcels Post for the rural free delivers routes wilL berecommend ed by Postmaster General Hitchcock in- Iis forthcoming annual report In announcing this tonight the Postmaster General foresees the 2stablishment of- a general parcels post throughout the country as soon as the postal savings system is thoroughly organized As a preliminary step in the develop ment ot such a service Mr Hitchcock will ask Congress to authorize the de livery on rural routes of parcels weighing as much as eleven pounds which is the weight limit for the international parcels post This forrn of service It is maintained can b conducted with little If any additional expense to the those1alreaeaulpment in the way ot horses and wagons to distribute the parcels as well as the ordinary mail Rarely the latter of sufficient volum to tak isI more than a small portion of the m space in the carriers wagon A rural parcels post of the kind pro posed if successfully conducted would probably lead the department toatternpt a more general system Mr Hitchcock believes however that before the par1 eels service is extended to the whole country definite informatidn should ne obtained as to the nature and volume ot business to be handled accordingly urg es that in conjunction with the experi ment on rural routes a further Inquiry be authorIzed by Congress in order that the departnent may be in a better Position to develop t system on conserv- atiye lineS Hcromm nds that a special appropriation for the inquiry be granted at the coming session Quarterly MeetingI On Saturday evening the regular Methodistj theImuch harmony of opinion Was develop ed On Sunday morning and evernig the Elder preached two able and effective sermons to appreciative audiences Incidentally at the close of theeveningj service he referred to the proposed new church and said that the congregation not only should have it but would haveitIThe esteemed Elder leU on Monday morning for his home in Elizabethtown l The Sun and CourierJournal IL6I The Sun and CourierJourflal 150 BUY YOURChristmas presents at this store and make your lady friend a present of the votes 200 un tvery 1 cash purchases alllMtiImIIII1U4III HILIIIIIJIfiIrnJlIIm PUaE DRUGS Our Motto I 1 The Right Place I 1 itr1ookrng allaround town Santa qJIIS hs discov red the right 1ace and knows where le I can procure his supply of XM Presents for those who are exp ctmg something i 1 extra this year You willagree with him when you jhave looked oVer our stock of 1 r r Perfumes Toilet Articles Manicure Sets r I f iEmbroidery Sets Chafing Dishes Shftving Sets I Safety RazorRazors Razor Stops 1 Lamps and Fancy Box Candies j i 1 Everything Suitable for Useful XMas Presents I = i jHAYD N W1LLETT Druggists i- SPRINGFIELD KY ia It1 iilasL bmt1IIWrJn1dM ztalatAU1JPJi iWP ItlIIIIR lIfilllmumllURIiiII 7j KENTUCKYS HUMIlIATION The State During the Past Ten Years Hasp Practically Re trogradedTh Causes The census of 1910 shfNsan Increase of 6 per cent iri population ot Ken tucky since BOO In other words Ken tucky in the last ten years has stood still It is a disagreeable fact to face but jt is a fact that must be fiicedit the story of the next ten years is not to be even less to our liking furthermore there IS reason tor it or it would not exist The year 1900 saw the assassinhtion of Governor Goebel and the State capital turned for weeks into an armed camp The years 1901 aid l9O2 saw the State torn by the Goebel trials with party lines of battle in 1903 the as sassination of Marcum brought Breat bItt county to the front as Kentuckys most widely advertised possession 1906 nightriding was begun and contmued without interference trom local or State officials in 1907 the towns of Princeton ussellvllle8nd HOPkl15VIl1e vere by masked and armed en and thousIbecause the nightriders had accom- pb d what they set opt to do There is nothing to prevehti Its resumption whenever the nightriders feel that the occasion invites It The men accused Ofthe assassination of Governor Goebel have been pardoned The nightriders hare g9ne unpun- i3hed Feudal war ended in Breathitt when Hargis was killed by his own son The census of 1900 showed the native whiteborn population of Kentucky to beforty third in the descending scale of literacy Not until 1906 waS legislation enacted looking to a betterment o this condition It is too rly for thk effect of this legislation to be full realized Few of the countiesin Kentucky have good road In tne General Assembly of L910 good roads bills were defeated Not until 1910 were Kentuckys pri- Sons and prison system placed on an equality with those of other States in the matter of theory onlY PractJcally both are more inadequate to the States needs than they were a century Igo- Kentucky hu1 in lll00and has in 1910- a tax system which puts a penalty Qn progress Every effort to change it has been successfully opposed by the Legislature Kentuckys farm lands are as good as those of Ohio and Indiana The latest Government report shows that- Kentucky raises an average of twenty five bushels of corn to the acre compar ed with an average ot forty and thirty nIne in the others States named Railroad development in Kentucky the past ten years bus been but a lTJir- ilmum in comparison with other Southern States though in coal and other minerals and in natural resources Kentucky statds on a par Wit the most favored These too are facts no less than the fact that the population shows an increase ot but 66 per cent m ten yeaiig Isntit about time that the paralyzing selfsatisfaction which has so long passed bogus rnuter as State prIde should gIve place to realization of facts and r unitedly deterrninebpurpose to change themLouisville Tithes Lectures at The Opera ll se On Tuesday Dec 20 1910 there will be a meeting of the WashingtonCoonty MedICal Society at the usual place of meeting at 1030 ocloclc A M The morning session will be devoted entirely to the Liusiness of the Society and we urgeevcry pnycian in the county to be present as there are some important mutters to be considered and also Qific era for the ensuing year to be Jectedi In the afternoon at 130 oclockatthe Springfield Opera H use there willbe a lecturffiY Dr J i Carpenter of Stonford Ky to which the public inviid Dr Carpenter has gin thi- 8letire in his home county andin other places of tbe State and it has been re eived with highest favor hy physicians arid the public alike There wi also be an illustrated lecture on TuhOrculos is by Dr Dunning S Wilsonof Loqis vile Ky whohRlilreentlybecn appointed Head Physcianof the New 1ul- erculosis Sanatariam LOOK AT THEM RUNNING VOTES BYTHE OAR LOAD GhQ Candidates Have Adopted Bra Policy and Keep Running Voting Extra HavY The Past VeeK Dunnctheing harder each day Determination is th slogan of some of the carididt and it is certainly one whchwiJ1put mover Miss May Curry a hutting candidate tor the piano at 11aydon Wiiietts store retains first position by4votes MIss May Mayes IS loosing no timO and comes second with others clo e MIss Ella Whitehouse by consistant work rounded up about looPOO vote dur- Ing the past weEk which putsherin iirst position for the piano at Peterson ISpaldrngs store at Texas Bessie Cocanougher also secured handiorn vote and is Ii close second Mss Myrtle Cocanougher comes third but there i not much of a majority botw any ot the ihee candidates PeterSon jogs special prize ot a handsome set otthlver closes onlght and a v ryheayl vote has bei cast during the last few days The final count will be made to late for the paper this week but The Sun will announce the winner next week T especial prize offered by The Sun is being eagerly worked forby the caoof dates and some have already tnadeagood showing Following is the list or candidates for the piano at Haydon Willetts Drtrg Store at Springfield Name Votes 44I25MaeEdith McLin20400Li-lly Simms 19500 Mrs Jodie Spalding 17700 Roxie Cecil 15000 Sadie Fenwick 9800 Eliza Hagan 7000 Lillie Campbell 58001 BesSIe settles 5500 Willie Ruby 5200 Mary B Masters 4700 Maymle Pardieu 53oo Mabel Williams 2609J Irene Sutton 2900 Briggs Wycoff 1500 Blanch Shirley 1500 Nellie Andrews 1500 12001Naomi 1000JMVerna Rogers 10iQ Florence Steeli lOOO OUie Catlett 1000 May Haydon 1000 10001CathenneBeulah Thompson L000 Bessie Sweeney0 1000 OtaH 1000 lootFay1000 Jenme Sarah Reed 1i0Lavenia 1001EUJle100QBeShewmaker g is SiidigsStoreName Votes Ella house Cocanougher25396GMyrtle Marie HaYm i30a0I1- iucY Claybrooke 491BernHattl 91600 Verna 87000 Lynch63400EllaPope 21000 HO W TOIOlflTAINVpTES On each 100 on to The Sun we votes each 100 pak for a new subscriber to The Sun we 1000 votes given when money IS at this Go see your friends get them vote for YO when paying up or subscribing The Sun Make your purchases at Haydon Store and Petemo Spald ings Store and get your friends to Every dollars worth purciased in stock means 200 votes Every dollar spent In neW department means 500 votes G t to buy at these stores and cast their votes for you j r GOODJFOR50 VOTESIF USED BY DECEMBER 14t I91 t CANDIDATE Springfieldb1zn EXTRA OFFERThe Sun to the young ladles who collect theJargrst amount monet on subscription by Saturday Oecember 31 1910 y5p m the following gift Tothe Lady collecting the first largest amount500T-o the coJlectm the second amounttri2soThis applts to all candidates In both contests ANNUAL DECLA1 A TORY CONTEST Of the Springfield High School Take Place on December Ito T wentvSecondI i On Thursday the 22nd Jay of Decem ber the High School Debating Society will hold it annual at the Op era House The contestants are the foltwing Connor Williams i Soul of the Violin Geo Neikirk QtrV on Henry W GradyCwJ Haydonj- Death of Robesnierre SensE Simms- 1A Murderers Confession Ricketts Boulwatt hThe Raven Wallace log ers The Skeleton StoryllFr d Mayes Death of Sydney Carton Spaldiug Supposed of John Adams II Contrary to the usual method eight boys wilt compete for one medal which Win aroue aU the more enthusiasm among the speakers Thd Juciges will be Messr Dawson o houisvm sterrett or Lebanon Fulton of BJrd9town Afterthe con tat a banquet will be giventhejudge- 1f i y lr1einianu VerlieVest Leflchman l0Q0 1000 Hose 100t Rettie Bowles 1000 iFollowi th list otcandid tes for Whlte i 2802Ot Arnold 196850 Bertha ISO 451lItIva CocanouEher- Cassey l56JIO Wright t 103 650 tio2Sdon i 93200- CristineKimberlin Barricks Ljzzie Lanham66300 StcllaMay liegley paid bldsubscriptions give On give votes Alt paid office and to for Willetts do likewise general their JewelrY your friends r 1rEhQ offers of Lady largest r offer contest TU ThoSe Speech and trustees teacherr ahd speaker t- No greater encouragement ldbe gIven the student body than Co hare a large auqe ce BAD JAJE NOBLe TO SURRENDER- Noble iU Give Up if Promised by the Court That lie LWontbe Hung J FrankfQrt Ky Dec 4Assoon as- the relatives of had Jake Noble of- Brtathlttl county who killed JailerTur ncr at Jackson r chan agreement that willsav2 him frQrna death sent enee he will be turned over to the au Itnorities tiith r hid outin themjiuntiiin- abr else his kin hav furniShed himltb money to jet out of the country HW Sheriff today Hudson of Breathitt county Bloodstbicker than waterw hen it- coms to prosecution with our peopk- saidtHudso PbuNo1e wlJitiar aU an igreemert ieaedamong hi poople notio ttnd hltotchair t w v jt dt t i 1 Thpringfie1d1SirnH I P1UJGFIELD KFJwruCKY tAbOTe aU dOJMt forget yoar over eL Codfish Is OIfte and high and a idhb1l trngt tg suspected in some respcts this has already iteen 1oldtaShloned wInte- rAndso tar tto onE has invited soU spot for aviators tp lOn Tho EngUlhc urts have smafl use for hyjrnthettca1 quesUons gr brain rns One thing Is certain there is plenty of room ror aviators to make high fly iflgrecoidsln The ideas of the weather clerk are- excellent but the stubborn climate wfj1 nt adopt them 4 The Dervo Swred in N wport are the grocers who cannot collect bUla dwefroui the4IO In JotbaD af mpQUUcs you cannot I always telL Tile same IS true of- lovo and the stock markets how ever 1 There aic1 51 active volcanoes in 1apan notwithstanding the fact tatno political campaign is going on In Jpan Pockets In women a zklrts are corn t trig back says an exchange If ever aeewherethoifual Dirigible balloons are dlrigible ylndrheyainb1I I co The statemert made by a Swiss doctor that lrunlu1rds live 10ngertliiJ total abstalners But even if they do wbts the pse The population of the PhilippInes has decreased 25 per cent since we took them over Does race suicidE rollbw the flat h t fringe of puppy dogs ata New I Tort wedding haS become almost as famous sthesxnonkeyz lat dine wIth ithe 400 at Newport lCanada levied no duty on the bal 1 loong that started from St Louis and went northward across the border Ie did notknow bow to dolt A New York judge rhasdeclded that Nevada divorces are no good Just Uke a New Yorker discarding things beca etheyr inexpensive t Aer plantng to Europe is the latest upon the aviators Sch dule It woula be well to put off the attemt till aer wintersay about flytirne- j Every lfttle while somebody wins therworlds championship at typewr1t- ing but for some rcason champion typewriters never get splendid offers togo on the stage The man who never sees 8100 bill has no reason to worry because of that very dangerous counterfeit which the Washington authorities say is In circulation According tostatIsttcs there are io00p000 telephone stAtions in the World and yet somehow or other you cant always get the one you want Wheprou want It 4 TMrtyfour aviators have met with fatal accIdents during the pzt year Stinsomeof them might have stepped on rusty nails if they had ro mal ed onthe ground SJl lebociy IYS that the way to solve the transatlantic aviation problem ls to manufacture hYdrogen gas en route jf he had s4id hot air now it woUld be simple AnQther aviator has broken the h1ghflIght record for aeroplarcs ii bapens even more frequently than the launchirigof the largest ship or the death of the oldest Mason Horace fletcher says that it one 1- get his moneys worth out of a glass of milk he should chew it mlg1t be asked wtat kind of mill Horace is In the habit of eating Smebow w fInd it almost lmpossl- bl e tOget xjd of the feeling that thE man wn married the lady who waf attended by three dogs as hr1desm1d- o g1itt be sympathized with evet I- fhe dldgointoit wIth hIs ewes open AHarvardprofessor declares th the late indo loveless marriages are sponsible for the disappearance ot iaYankee blood TMerst persons hay thought this was due to the wholes li importation of other blood A Los Angeles aoman usec rJstfc1 ofanamrbson her washboard su- potIn it tobesOap Tlie fact thai there was no exploslonlndfcates th the retc ed makers Of dynamite ar adulterating ItCantwe have anything pure any more discovereithatgiYes a pleasing shock toihelrvaSo HavJngdIboveredsClJ cover a substitnte and tua y r1n reputation ir71 fGA KENTUCKY i GLEANINGS I IITHE COMMoNWEALTHS V KENTUCKYS POPULATION GoJWillson Assigns HIs Reasors For States Slow Growth FrankruCheap lands In the- Wcst intolerance of oppozItion in opInions and the recent tobacoo troubles In my opinion are In part the rason that Kentucky hasnt Increased optlaUontt3 greater rate during the last ten Years The is what Gov A E WIlison said when k about his ideas st- o w1y Kentucky had made such a poor showing ln the census returns Ho said he was inclIned to think that there might be aomlstaket ut had his own Ideas on the caue of Kentucky not increasing in population taster Kentucky has furnished to other ntes r06 governo and I believe that 1t Kentucky had a11 the people who bad movedawiy from here with their fandUe We would have s Opu- lation of L000bOO aild he the greatest state in time union The govenc r said that for several generations there had been a drift frcIIl KEntucky to the west and tha1- i1st would in part aocount for the poor lovIng But the most Important reason the POOple leave Kentucky the governor thinks is the general intel ermioo of oiOs1tion in opInion thIs not being confined to any party or set He said the people were too ready to deflounce anybody who held a different opinion on arty iiiject from them He said the tax laws of the state in a measure drive out people who Want to avoid the exactiOna of these 1aw- sandthese same laws also prevent oth ers from mlng to Kntucky The goveor said the condtiOa of some of the rehoots aIm had itS effect LEASE EXPIRED And Mrs Jackson Sues For Possession of PropertyWorth MIllions FrimkfortFrom an humble cottage on PIatk alk in thIs city to a palace in BJthnore Md will be the step takenl by Mrs George Jackson It she succeeds in securing psCssion ofa tract of land in Baltimore to which she claims to be heIr This land worth millions was leased for years by thegrndfather of Mrs JackSon The lease has run out and she will sue for possession Mrs Jackon has employed foriner- Senat T C S Blackburn of Ver sallies and Attorney Guy H Briggs of thIs city to sue for possession Vngate Thompson and Geo Thomp son of this city are also heir to thE estate KENrUCKY CROp REPORT Last One For the Year Rendered Conditions Satisfactory ErankfortCornrnissIOner of Agri- c ltur RankIn gave out the crop report for November whIch will be the last one for this year There will be no crop reports issued during the win ter Dry weather during November caused the wheat and rye not to germinate as well as Usual and the report comes from the western part of the state hat i good Qcal of the corn rot ted in the s1i ckThc yIeld of eon In some sections of the state was splendid there beIng a slight increase in the yield taking the state as a whole A number of counties report the need of raIn for fall pasture and whoa and rye Some splendid yields of orzi have been reported from 60 to 80 busheL per acres but takIng the whole stat a the yIeld is 27 bushels per acre In some secUpns or the state the crop was shortL FrankfortThe census bureau ah nouncedthat it will probably be sev oral days before the population of the state of KentuCky wIll be artnopnccd- It was stated that the delay iR due ton suspenslon the work on the state s figures owIng to the possibility of a recoUnt in Louisville That matter iiiving been settled the work or ulatng has been resumed A mla em the rank of cities llaces Lousi1l- In 24th plaM ag compared with 18th In 1901 FranktortIn n report filed with Coy Wilson iIcKcnzIe R TOdd state inspector and examiner shows the collection of 4O765 from present amI former officials of Letcher Harrion- rarlan Pl1tC and Bell counties Vebby1l1ein a general tlghtin the niountaills 1n which men and womb p took opartJ Prk1ns whs k1Iled when a bullet struck hIm in the neck Anderson Perkins acoueln of the dead man is accused of having fired the rata shot IoulsvUleTurnlng Over a New Leaf is the subject of n address 0 he delIvered before the midwIntpr meeting of the Kentucky Press asso elation Which will be held h e Dec mber 28 and 29 by Marmaduke oIi 3 o the NashvifleBaflit f i KENTUCKY OFFICIAL REt IPtNS V otes by Dtstrscth for Tlbitrof CongresS F nkfortCertlfieti report oftth state election commission submitted to the secretary of state as the ont Ial eleeionsFirstPfstiIctJames D 11574 Haney S 1389 Second District StanIey D 12040 amon R 69Q2 Third DistrictThomas D 16OCS Jones R 14S5U Fourth DlstrfctJotmson D lS2j3 Waddle R 1l52 Fifth DlstrictSh rley D 21437f McGee R17316 ii44NagelSeventh DIstrictCantrUI D 13 S5a ItanKin R 1087 Eighth DlstrictIielm D 12413 Miller R f85 Ninth DlstrctFlelds D 9350 Bennett R 18737 Tenth DistrictByrd D 18766- Langly R20664- Elevntll DistrIctBertram D 16 257 Powers R 25622 Second Appellate DistrictSettle- D 22915 eanEL 19026 Fourth Appellate DistrictMiller- B 20344 Bingham R 18926 DistrIctLassIngD TREASURY BALANCES Money Will Soon Begin Coming in From Sheriffs Frankfort udl or James gave a statement ot the balances in the va TheyfollowBalance In the sinking fund 195 16759 school fund 28236325 gen erai expense fund 3944621 making treasuryTleq1fits is l85235746 as against 7 77176690 at the close of business 000- tober 31 The amount of uutandIng warrants ha6 reached the highwater mark Sberiffs begin paying th money owed the state this month and much of that mcne will be used to reduce the amount of oUtsanding warrants SETTLED KNP1TV PROBLEM rrankfortThe court of appeals reversed th judgment of the Kenton clr cult court in the case of the Corn monwda1th against William Goulet de- cIdIng an important point in the for matlon of grand juries in Kenton county GQulet In November 1909 was in dI ted at CovIngton for mutilating an election ballot for the purpose of investigating the same he being at the time an inspector of the election The real question in the case was whether the grand jury whIch return ed the indictment sitting at Coving ton could be adjourned to a fixed date while the court went to Independence the county seat for a session and im paneled another grand jury there Interesting Kentucky Items MarsvmeAlbert KennedY 30 Wits instantly killed hereby a Chesapeake Ohio passenger train PrincetonThe horne of Robert Garrett colored was destroyed by fire and two of hlEJ children were cremated MayfleldLloyd CornweU who sev oral years ago shot his stepfather J V Smithson to death was gIven 14 years in the state penitentiary Glasgowj1r L R Crabtree of Monroe county has completed a new boat which will run between Passing Ford and East Fork on thE Cumber hind river MadlsonvUleJack Riddle 16 was accIdentally killed while out hunting Young Ridille was climbing over a fence when Ills guna discharged klllIng him Instantly- Loulsv1l1eTheAns Coal Co will Increase its capital stock from 25001 to 100000 six Kentucky coal operations having become Interested innlarglng the company Maysvl1leHenryKalb of Augusta registered at n local hotel while asleep fell out of a thlrdstory window and was badly injured Ho said he dreamed some one was after hIm LexIngtonL uls L Haggln pro prietor of the Russell Cave Pptiltr- yarls won several prizes Ina Kansas City poulry show He was elected vico president of the White Orpington club of AmerIca CovlngtonArthur B Rouse con gressm41n1elect from the SIxth Kentucky district will be married on December 14 to Miss MiunlO Kelly daughter of sII and Mrs R P Kelly of Westwood 0 ParisTie third monthly report of the Paris graded schools for the fall session of 190 shows an enrollment of nearly 1000 the highest in the schools history The mUfUl1p depa nient was highly praised by tIle vIsiting educators LoUlsv11leJudge Miller iiap1ed down an opinion Jn the Jefferson c cult court in the case of the city the L N railroad for tax on the railroad shops in South Louisville for 190fi and 191j The decision means come thing like 510900 for the city WinchesterA quarrel between CharlOy Martin a young white man of Bourbon County and John tthley a negro of this cIty resulted In Ashley being stabbed tq death Martin Is stabbed In the left sIde and YBbq cut he negro in selfdefenser r MANY ADVANTAGES WITH CONCRETE FEEDING FLOfR Prevents Feed From Being Trampled Into Mud and ConJ tributes to Health of Animals by Lessening Chances of Infection Since the advent of hlghprlced Corn and hogs feeding floors pf a more permanent nature than those made of wood are receiving a good deal ot attention writes IJETrocger of Jowajn Orange Judd Farmer The advfl1ages of a floor of some kind of material like brick or cement over plank need not be argued There are a good many feeding floors made of the first named materIal to be found throughout the con belt and without exception they are proving a good In vestment 1ns ort the rnaln points in favor feedIng foor of permanent na tare Is that It is II feedsaver IIS It prevents feed from beIng tramped Into Jh mud providesa solid founda- tih for troughs prevents mudholes around troughs and undoubtedly con- trIbutes tp the health of the pig by lesseplng the chances ot infection by II R4 YJ t Crib and WIth Feeding pasites It is a practice with some men to clean off the floor with a shovel every day when the floor Is used for growing which removes thousands of worm eggs When the herd is wormy and there are few that are not to a certain extent The accompanying lIlustration shows the main points in a feedIng floor that combines all the best tea tures with cheapness This is constructed as follows Select a well drained in the hog lot remove all rubbIsh and Utter till a solid earth surface Is secured Level the surface and if there are any soft BpotsfiII with clay If obtainable and tramp firm On this surface spread an inch of sand and smooth the same CURE THEIR This May Be Done Rather Easily aDd Flavor ot Product Much lrinerDelicious at Cer ta1n Times By S C MILLER In these days or saltpeter benzoate of soda formate and other dope used by the big manufacturers in the curing of nearly everything we eat I wonder why moreof our farmers do not preserve their own foods particularly meats It seems to me there Is more danger in the use of preservatives in the use of meats than anything else and pIckling of meats on the Is such a simple matter that every man who kills his own pigs should In addition to hams and bacon put down a barrel of pickled ProperlY cased for It is delicious at certain seasons ot the year On the old farm In Virginia the following method was always used No better meats were ever uton the farmers table For each 100 pounds pf meat take two pounds of sugar and four pounds or salt Mix well and when the meat is first cut rub it well with Ituro salt on the flesh side Let it lie a day or two and Wen drain out any blood thdt may be left Divide the sugar an4 salt mixture In three eaual parts Use one part on the meat and pack in Columbus Busybody a wiiifcedH- ereford was imported frqin England brllr Rockefeller Its1iother Busy j body was purchased from Queen Vie for the brick if conslderabla dirt has to be removed tp secure a III4 surface it nay be necessamy to fill with ashes before the sand is spread roIledifcan he the means at hand In the meantime the retairiing wall should be put in This should be made of concrete six Inches wide and ten or twelve Inches high so that the- base will rest on firm soil Tile corners may be reinforced with old troD rods or wire U such material iaathand The bricks should now be iaid breaking joints and when all down a half inch of fine sand should be spread over the surface of the same to fill the crevices It a firm found tIon is provided for the brick there will be no danger Of the brIckheav Ing or working qut The tJOugh1 RrFrIJBIIR 4 J l Granary FloorIIntestinal pigs spot FARMERS MEATS farm meat with shouldnot be set in the floOr as slop will sour under them in warm weather and rats may burrow beneathIIfenqedinwill keep all but the pIgs out A floor that ia 16 feet wide and 30 feet long will furnish space for about 100pf or a car load of fattening hogs and will cost for materials o y around 35 to 40 Feeding can bemade very convenient by building a COmbinatiOn corn crIb ad granaq adjoining the floor In te granary pt a varietY of feeds can be kept aIsoa teed cooker and other adjuncts Thtsis a very good arrangement for a small farm a barrel ItUld then be allowed to lIe three or four days when it should be rubbed with another portion of the mIxture and three or four days later repeat the operaUonwlth the remainder It should then be packed tightly in a barrel Alter lying three or four days it Is ready to hang up- It must be kept in a cellar or some place where it will not freeze while the curing process is going on Wham applyIng the salt and sugar mixture It is more convenient it one las two barrels to use at the same time k great many people do not seen to understand that smoking meat does not cure It except as the warmth from the fire causes the moisture toevapo rate There is no particular virtue in the smoke itself nd meat could be as well cured by any kind 0f6g- Ontlo heat even if no smokp came from it However the heat from clean fresh hickory chips can never be improved upon and It people be hove that the quality of the meat is Improved by the sweet odor from this form certainly no harm will be done The main thing Is to keep tho heat regular and at a low point in order that the m lsturEf may be drawn out from the meat evenly Plant of Wheat A single plant ot wheat grown on the ranch or J C Yeager near the DeUs Ore contained over 100 heads all of which were fairly well filled The plant had 135 branches NOTED WHITEFACED HEREFORD terms royal herd Columbus weighs i300 pounds ad Is viedat 7500 He has peon fed no l f r yearsI ree1 i i Mak tLeLive- rJo its Duty rNM Lidw hrinIvchsad boweli ais Jipt CAATEIlS LITTLE UVER PILLS aeMyL1ItnJ1coa pl Imt- itsd CARTE eti ti 1aaiC c IIVR IIadacli aL1strs after ti 3m1 Pill SIDi SZ PIke I Genuine tbs Signtur 4 BUY GEORGiA FARM NOW 1Oto3Oaaacr LANDS according to location crops a year to bIIahlla countryrndcheapest luU S To loeae1a aeetLea with brightest futurewrite Frank Weldon Atlanta G- aMONFYNTRhPPI ieUJO aaa bazks prios Writs ZTUITBCS1I- wsskll pdce11lL 5a2s Pen wo aMIaatIN rlff MIKE MORE MONEY Than you ever dreamedpqible decoratlae china bu twood metal lpiUotops s4 in colors from hotographs Men wce- wlas women Learned at once no talent everywherISendCMVATTANCECOMP1NTEkbartTh4 C 0yEBIcMozttronaareeairtoiet ScaT Xm SKIed kHow does Dobbur rank uspalDt er anyhow asked WiIbrahth Pretty well I guess said LoUer1Jy At the last exhibition they hung lila picture hllher than ny other ia the place Harper Weekly nnportantto MOthor Examine carefully every bottle ctl fort1ntantsandlearstb Slgnatur of 7 In Use Foi Over SO Years TheKInd You Hive AiwaysBought nUnnlstaka6rHint Young Staylate got adencate hint from the young lady he WUcall1n on the other evening What was iU PShe found looking at the clock other familiar devices useless so she ordered some refreshments and Jaw mother sezt her a plate at breakfaM food 9THEIRFATE A f IL 11UI IlmlIrS U rMrs CrowWilliam have you ever atopped to think what win become of us when we are old Mr croWQlil I suppose weeDf t4JbledhoteTHEYGROW Good Humor and Cheerfulness FroM Right Food and Drink Anything that interferes with g health is apt to keep cheerfulness good humor In the background A Washington lady found that letting coffee alone made thingS bright for her She writes tFour years ago I was practicaflyr liven up by my doctor and was not cx nervowaYJftemBut I was young and did not Wlit to die so Ibegan to look about torthe easo of my chronic trouble J used to- bavonervous spells which would s haust me and after each spell it would take me days before I could sit up In a chair 4causedand bought sothe Posturn The first cup which I made accord Ing to directions had a soothing lect on my nerves and I liked the taste For a UmeI nearly lIved on Postula and ate little food besides I am today ahealthy woman My family and relatives wonder tI am the same person I was four yeara ago when I could dp DC work on Q count of nervousness Now lam doing rc own housework take cars or two bbeirone twenty the other two months old lam so busy that I hardly get time tc write a letfor yet t do It all with the cheerfulness humor that comes from eDJbYingOOd health cI tell my friends 1tf to Poztnth rowe my life today lkgsEver raid ike yeletter A aa aRe appeara lrea Uae to tLe TZel- are geali trHt tall sZ ka 71iL UZ Ta i L w4zy 4b n J c i L i Ancient CIty Mddemlzed Taus the ancient city In ASr ltn- or Where the zpostle Paul W bcjni n w llIuminat tiby electricity The I weris taken rom the Cydnus river where ae now In Tarsus 450 electric street lights and about 600 lncandes tent lIgntaIDr private uz SIOO Reward 100 De TeM3 of this paper wilt be pteaed to lacVv there at Jeast one dreaded eetae tbatleleDMb- eeJ1 E able to cure In aU Its atage an4 that II Bills tUrh Cure thV only poek rrbhelDc10111 treatment linfli Cawrh CUre taken In muuaIjeufldatioa o the d1Be5e and the p ftnreigth by bufldtn up th e and Id pig nature In doing lta work The proprietors baTe oeIOnereo Send for 31t of ttI21OflI3I3 0SoldTab 1111Fam11y Pm tor eonIt1patSoB VAllRIgJt HowardDid you telephon Mrs Howatd that I would be detained at the pmce until midnight 041cc royYes sirVwhat did she sayVSaId shedIdntbl meyoushe had made an engagement to go to the theater herselfSznart SetVVVVA HandyrRAU the TIme 11t twenty years experience as a nurse I have sever found as goodla pV remedy tor b1Z1 Troubles Eczema ere as Jies nol fflntment Its cooling healing effect sore nipples is UuIy wcndofuLVsT13 nd onAlbany NY The Big ShowVThe personally conducted tourists were irlewing the EgptI n pyramid tedMfaDUe OVIflOfl8y to buUd then Surest thing you know said Mr- ewrocksN aMa dont Imagine for a moment that anyone tourist agency stood for aU the expenn it was- probably a jackpot affair 16 YEARS OF SKIN DISEASE For uliteen long years I have been uttering wIth a bad case of skin diease While Ii child there broke out red sore on the legs just in back ot toworaeariddisease t tried many widely known doctors In different clUes but to no satisractorYTesul The plague both- Vered me more In warni weather than InV winter and being on my leg joints t made it Impqsible for me to walk and I was forced to stay indoors lii the W ather MYhopesritT ec v SleeplessIftghtsunbearable burden At last L Was r advised tatty the CuUc raretrledie- srCtfcu Soap Ointment andl1ls and I did not need more thanatrial to convince me that I was on lhe rQad ot success this time I bought two seth of the Cuticura Remedies and after theSe vere gone I was a differ ent man entirely i am now the hap plest man that there Is at leasi ope true care orsk1ndiseasesLe ar- dJL ii Nostrand Ave Br okRawthf 1ynN YJuiy and Aug 8 09tV THE PQLJTE CHICKEN PT at1P 4r62You A itV7IAT VcEff- iVITiOcI1 A4Z5VW7YrJ12Jf- AhCE m YOVKYow UM7ddrHArWe 1 Y Bp s URSTOMACH FEELS FINE yspepS1aVJnd1geston Sourness Gal and All Stomach Misery Ended in Flvc Minutes This harmless preparation wilt promptly dIgest anything you eat and overcomeS sIck sour gasSY or outof- orderaomach within five mInutes llyoUr meals dont fit comfortably or what you eat lies like a lump ot lead in your stomach or if you have h hearthurnthatis a sign of Indigestion Get front any drug store herein town a 50 cent caspot Papes Dlapep sln and kea dose just as soon as YOJ can There will be no sour dslngsno belching of undigested foot I mlx d with acid no stomach gas or- heartb1ri1 fullness or heavy feelIng in the stomach Nausea Debilitating Headaches Dizziness or Intestinal griping This will all go and besides there will be iio Sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breati With nauseous odors Papos Dtpepsln is a certain regula tor for outoforder stomachs and besides It takes hold cf your food and digests ttjYSt the same as if yow stomach wasnt there These Iarg 60cent cases contain more than sufficient to thoroUgbi cure tny case of Dyspepsia lIidigee tion or any other stomach disorder Rersember If your stomach feelI out of order and uncomfortab now you get relIeL In five minuze r e mlittle Diapepsin Mildlylheysa7h head1It uImmadmit that he seems w- ap predate iImseifyery much 4 If fie f t r f t r iJo r t + t hOUND ABOUT i L TIlE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL t PARTS OF KENTUCKY I tint t IoIe owtotTRIGG COUNTY INSTITUTEI Bad Weather Kept Down Atttndance But Meeting Was Intercsting CadizThe FarmefsInsttt te heM hereby MeSsrs VH Stmngeand owturd ilelYartmeut was attended by small crowds owing to some extent 1presentwerehlgihlphofflcers were elected for the following year for this countyV QeorgeL Cunningham presldent rrs J M Biuns Vice president L L Freeman secretnry J 1 Binns- So lit Holland and L L Freeman corn mtttee to Qlake crop report to State Departmeiit during coming year J Fran Luld delegate to State Farm Qrs Instltute next spring Messrs Strange and CJaion went from 1 ore to Elkton to hold the TOdd county nf stitute pSUSPECTED CRIME AshlandThepol ofhf city and C t1ettsburg KY and ot Huntington w Va exploded dynamite in the Big Sandy river atvarlousfoints in Vaefffrt tosoie what thy believe 10be a murder mystery ThbodY of a twoyearo1d girl was found in thejver and the police assert that their investigation of this has resulted In developing claws that nd1cate that the baby and her moth erwei both murdered and thrown Into the river 50OQO DAMAGE VSUJT ElktonCircult court egan with an Interesting docket The 50Q00 damage suit of John Rayls adminIs- trator agaInst the L Nrailroad will bA ealled RnYlwhs tin employe while1nfeged at Mernphjs Tenn iiRFrazier and J P andlt D Lewis composing a syndic t or this city have purchased the 300acre jra tof coal and Umber lands of James Hu1Uns on the head wnters of Cuntherlahd river nt75 pet acre for the coal and timber tights al lleThe property lies in a gd coal field contiguous to tJbeBlg Bleak mountain It Is said to contain good coking coal LexlngtonFol1owingan lIBJepIon of the Lexington and Eastern railroad the iiewly acqufred propeIity ot the Lculsvllle NashvIlle Co it has been oriIered that a number Qf bridges and trestles between Winchester andJack son be reenforced la permIt of the running or heavier engines than have bn IIIon the line There are 800 men at work on the elghtymIle nndVl1ftcsburg Saxtonflcputy Sheriff Crit Bryan and an unidentified man were kIlled and Joe Bolin was seriously Wounded In a battle near here When Bryan attempted to arrest the stronger the latter opened fire kIlling Bryan Instantly Joe Bolin and Thomas Bolin marshal ofcllico were forced Into an engagement with the stranger when they attempted to arrest the latter for the killing of Bryan The unknown man wounded Joe Bolin but was killed by a bUllet from Thomas BoIrns gun LexlngtonOn his way home to Versailles S W Newman secretary t the Kentucky Srate fair secured the promIse of government exhibits at the Porto Rican fall of which he has been appointed general manager Tlils ex- blbltlon Is to be held during the week of February 232R at San Juan Mr Newman plans to arrange to exhibit about 0 head of Kentucky stock to the islanders LexlnWnA tarUlng turn was RIven to tho approaching trial or the alleged murderers of john Abner of Breathltt county when twits learned thct the tubpoeitas for wttnesses which hadbeen sent t013reiitnItt couii- t t9 be aerveJ had disappeared from the sheriffs office MiddlesboroJames White cored 15 to pay the penalty for clme on the gallows Monday Decmir 12 ThIs wILI probably be the last legpl hang Ing In Kentucky tiS electrution 1- 3jo be substituted as a ne ot punish mont InsteadI LexlngtonA barn containIng a small crop of tObaceo and about 50 barrels or corn was burned on the farm of Frank Christian on the Richmond pike with 2500 loss partlaUy Insured The orIgIn of the blaze Is not known CadlzJu1lge Wallace Ian ock po lIce judge ot this place has sent hIs resignation to take effect at once His private business uftairs were such Ithat ho did notlmve Hmeto atbnd to the duties of this office POPULAT1flNflF1BLUE Slight Increases Recorded But Totals Disapp int NO GAIN MADE CONGRESSMEN f Ratio 6fRepresentati n Sio ldbcl Increased it Is Possible Her Rep resentation May be Red ced FrankfortWe give Kentuckys con BUs figuresls announce by Director f the Census Durand The total pop ula1ion is given ns 2289995 as com parect with 2147174 ten rcat ago and in 1890 The increase In the ast ten years was 142731 or6 pe cEnt as against 288539 or 155 rer cent between 1890 mad 1900 rhls In crease will not warrant an increase inV the states congressional TOllresenta ion if the ratio of representatIon is made larger than at present If it Is materially larger the state stands to 10se a member Fortytwo or the coml- tles show it falling oft In pCJulatfon sInce 1900 although in most instances the decreaseis small Increases rnos- ttiemof slight areiecorded from ah- ithero counties Following tire Uc fig Jlres County 1910 AdaIr- 16503 Allen 1482 Anderson 10146 Ballard I2h69O Barren 25 93 Bath H 13988 Bell 2S147 Boone 9420 JoulboJ 174h2 Boyd 23441 Boyle 14668 Brackn 1Q308 Breathitt H 17540 Breckinridge 21634 Bull tt 9487 Butler 1585 CaldweIl 14063 Calloway 19867i Campbell 59309 Carlisle n n 968 Carroll SiUO Garter 21966 Casey 0 15479 Christian 1 45 Olarlt f 1798 Clay L 17789 J Clinton 815- rittenden 1h296- CumberJal1d 945V Daviess 4102- lEdmonon ioitt Elliott 814- EstlJI 1j23 Fayette 477l5 Fleming 16066 Floyd 18623 Franklin eo 2lli5 Fulton 14114 ASSOCIATION OF KENTUCKi COL LEGES LexlngtonThe ASBociaUoo of Kentucky colleges held its sixth annual meeting here Kentucky EState Transylvanla and Central universities and Georgetown Kentucky Wesleyan and Berea Col l ees were represented Literary and business sessIons were held anti a banquet The assocIation Is entirely separate from the Intercollegiate Athletic as soclation and the only business of liii- flortance transacted was the election of the following o1llcrs for the ensuing year President J TIgert pres ident Kentucky V esl dent Prof James G White Kentucky State university secretarytreasurer- A M Throqkmorton Central unler city LexingtonPresidentelect Henry S Barker has presented to the cOllege of law at the state university ten volumes of legal reference works There are sIx volumes of Dra lon De LegI bus Anghlae coveting the chrpnlcIcs and memorIals of Great BritaIn and Ireland during Jth middle ages These works wereritten by Henrich D Bracton In 1268 in F reach Copies of these books are very rare and so far as Is known there are no other copies in the library of a law school In the south GeorgetowuTLie threeandahalt- yearold SOIl cf William Hendersun vas bunted to death witLie praying with fire He had been throwing paper in theopen grate when Ins night gown ignitud and he was so terribly burned that be died befoi idedlcat aid could arrive WhilQ the lather was trying to save his child one hand was so badly burned that It is feared he may newer recover its use Hopklnsv11leIn n fit or jealousy Roger WIlUams 25 shot and probably fatally wounded Alice Adams 20 with a pIstol and committed uIide with the saftweapon LexingtonCliarles MullIgan the Chicago sculptor who designed tilE new statue of Henry Claj on the monument in the Lexington mctclY Is making repairs on the figure WhICh was struck by lightning last summer and badly damaged FrnnkfortAt a meeting of the stat board of assessm nt and valuation the tentativo value on whisky fixed several days ago at 10 aba rel ras made pprmannt This vain ationls an Inc e e of per barrel and Is the biggest ever fixed aliaUn oi 4G97 rrnrd 11894 IG nt 10581 33539 Gasori t19958 Grcen 11871 Greenup 18475 Hancock 8512 lIardin 22696 lIarlan 10566 Harrison 16873 Hart 1817 Henderson- 29352 Henry 13716 IIlcknian 11750 Hopkins 34291 Jackson 10734 Jefferson 262920- Jessamine 12613 Johnson 17482 Kenton 70355- Knott 10791 Knox 2211rI Larue to70l Laurel u 19872 20607ILetciter 10623 Lwls 16887 Lincoln 17S97 LivIngstolJ 10627- Logan 24977 Lyon 9423t- 13241 35061 Madison 26951 Magoflin uo 13G5t Marion 16330 Marshall 15771 l rtl1H 7291- Mason 18611 Meado 978- Menifee Vai5Mercer 14063 llettalfe 10458- Monioo 13663 Montgomery 12868 Morgan 16259 UuhMnbcrg 28598 NelsonV 16830 Nicholas 10601 Ohio 27- 420Idhamc7248Owen 142 Owsles 7979 Pendl ton 11985 perjy 11255 Pike 31679 Powell 6268 PulaskI 35986 RObertson 4121- RockCa Je p 14473V Rowan 9438 Russell r 10861 Scott eo il6956 18041jUSimrsonSpencer 7567 Thylor 11961 Todi 16488- Trig 14539V Trinible f 6512 Union 19886 Warren 30579 Warhlngton 13940 Wityne 4 17518 Webster 20574 Whltc 31982- Vo1f 9864 Vooford d2571 STATE SUES THE RAILROAD Large Amount Sought By the Stao For Franchise Taxes FrankrortPeUtfons seeking to reJ cover 641000 from the L N Rail road Co in franchise taxesweye filed in the state 1lcal court herebt Capt Noel Gaines special Inspector at the directIon of State Auditor James The taxes are for alleged omitted franchise assessments for the years of- iO6 to 1910 Inclusive The state alleges that the reports made by tile company for these years are fraud lent In that the company re- Ported 2640000 as its net earnings whIch have been Jll reality 12500000 annually The capital stock upon which the pssessment for franchIse tax is made 1s fixed byVdlvidlng the net earnings by six per centwhlcJ would make the capital stock of the Louisville Nashville 200000000 instead of one sixth or that amout as has been tile caseIIt Is alleged also that the reports of the company have been fraudulent In that only 25 per cent of the total mileage ot tilt company In this atateIhas been given when In fact 32 cent or the total mileage of the road Is in thIs state It Is alleged too that another fraud was committed by the cOmpany In reo porting that 3600000 In dividends wer paid out ot the earnIngs of the company when In fact the dividends were paid out of the capital account of the company LexlngtonCo1 C E Merrill tile veteran nowspapcrwrlterqf tItle city 1sngaged 1wunqutvwor1tof pre parIng for pubUcatldn a directory of the Lexington cemetery The cemetery here Is ono of the oldest west of the Allegheny mountains and contni1s the tombs of many eminent persons in ciudingHenry Clay and John C Breck Inrtdge in aiditiou to the graves of thousands ot persons many of whrnn are members or the oldest and most diatinguisimed families of the west FrnnkfortSenator Bradley of Kentucky has time seat time late sena tot D1ier of Iowa formerly occupied fn time senate The seat is In the back row of the Repuhllcan sIde The senator now sits among the Demo crats CynthialluCounty Judge T E- King set April 25 nextRs the date for bolding the elecUpn on tIle liquor question in Cynthiana and Harrison county The date set was the one agreed on b the attorneys for theoet and dry t forcesV 1 J 4T 11 atlR lIJII Q1IIIISflmDJIIjJJI ILand N Railroad Time TableT1 DailyII i rnFArrives at Bardstown Juncttn 6551I 855u 522C LeavesLouisville610 81041 430 M Dailyit E iILeaves Springfield 600 a m 7Th a m 130p m lBardstown 645 758 300Iill Leaves BardstosvnJunctn730 U 840 415 p m sA 0tLouisville 820 93i 545 pm= rlIiIiISiu IQtjjIdIEIIlli1IiIItIII dI3t111 DdCII EVRY BUSINESS MANRecognizes the importance of conducting all business details by telephone both local and long distance It is economy in saving of tifll and money Unexcehled telephone service can be had over the line of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Comnany o gdif tance connections to an impootant points in the United Sttes r ta ICDr W F Trusty Prad- ticalDentistJ SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY mtalworkatreasonable prices AU work guaranteed Omce over Haydon Barber B1D LAKE Insurance Agent SPRINGFIEL KENTUCKY Life FIre and Accident JOHN y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courts Y shown Handsome line of Caskets and BdrialRobes- Te1ephone ray 19 Night 74 DR M WHYATT OFFICE OVER THE REDCROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 m 4 to 5 p m Dr J C5 MuddV IPEINGFIELD i XElfrupn OlnCE c J 81ORZ Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to 2P M J tt lAMPTON M D sPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No o Residences No28- Tb Sun and i iS U45O h I Pot 36011 Herald 325 The Sun D CourWToumaL IU A oJilc that invigorates both ola nndoung For weak nervous men women Every bet tIe guranteed Get U TODAY OAGSI- LYDON ROBERTSON FrozViPTISSUES 1IT PWNC TNIC FN t 1CELLS Au Efi9U ITITEC ORMONEYRLEUNDp TO CIVE SATIS HAYDON ROBRTZONV I I t Springfield JCy 11t will practice In the courts of WashII and t1ieCourtofApPe8l andFederalCourty I CLAYBROOKE A ATrYATLA- Y4Springfield Ky r WIll Intne oarts of WaahiiigtoI sad adjoiningeountles and In the courts of Ap MARS l LLIUNtAN LAWYER Spring ld 0 Ky Office in Robertson Bjiildthg Wmpractl eln the courts of W Z ndadjoin1gcountie3aadncoartofAppcaI S M CAMPBELL 11 AUCTIONIER Springfield Ky rPi pecii1tWillable Phone 84ioVVH M IBUSSELL AUCTIONEERVLebanon Ky Rt SJ Crying ot public sales a specialtf Caia cry sales anywhere cheaper tIiithe cheapest Phone 110ngl shortLebanoa ExchangeV When YOU watt ni e EngravedjVISITIN6CARDSrJ WEDDING INVITATIONS MONO6RAM PAPER Etc call on 1 GhQ Springfield Suz j FirstClass Vork Reasonable Prices Prize Offers fromLeang Manufaturer Book on patents Hintsto kventormInventipnsnd Why some nventos fail Send rough sketch or model lot r search of Patent Office records Our Mr Greeley us focmedy- cting Commissioner of Patents and as such hadiull chargot- he U S Patent Office GREELEYMflNTIIIE PATENTATTORNfYS g WAsinNGTorDC r w 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER i4t9io ISPRIN6FIELI SENt ii i Str a tUTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance IL SMITH Editor aid Prbllsber- teredat theposfutice at Sprtngfield Iyi for transmission through the 1 as secondclass matter TERMS OF StB CRIrION l f1a1UetlreeMonths ENLARGED EDITION- s We are giving our readers a larger edition this week because of the number of advertIsements that the Sun is carrying We wish to call yogy epe- Clat attention to these advertisements not only because they are made by our local merchants and tradesmen but be cause of the number useful articles lvert tifindclothing and dry goods ads luml ture and toy ads millinery confectionery jewelry and notion ads in short everything which tends to make San tas pack pleasinganclacceptableIS I1e k ingomerlby the Springfield merchantS It is therefore unnecessary for any tot viiit the city to attend to ones Xmas sbopping Shop at home anddoit now Wile the merchants are car ying an unusually attractive line of staples and Xmas novelties lhey are also makin g unusually attractive low priers Pe ruse the advertisements in The Sun t ld then call upon those whose advertise menta have ppealed to youzIiotlceas iavingomethin that you want Ml MCNOND S APPOINTMENTS We congratulateourfellow townsma CCKcCbord upon his appointment as meinr Of the fnterstate Com mer Cbmmissib and felicitate the uPoxlupon n a a man who understands the duties of the office and who has the and iafritytodo what is right Mr Mc Clkiirds work and his reforms for 12 year s a member of the Kentuck Rail od Commission hvs demonstra- ed ble ability and his knowledge of the himtJriPresidents selection cannot be ques compensatfor e tration CNIEF JUSTICE APPOINTEDY President Taft has nominated and the Senate has confirmed Associate Justic- t e Edward D White tote Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States and has narnell as Associate Justice of tIe same CourtJudge Willi s Judgioseph e e White and Judge Lamar are DemOcrats President Taft is putting the national welfare above party expediency n ablefining for judicial positions the best men he cn find regardless of their polItical ionTheAcrne Meat Market ALSTORY OF THE CONfEDEJ1CY How the Last funds of the Confederacy Gave One Man a Good Start in life J When the Southern Confederacy fell itteU says a contemporary Like the onehorse shay it went alI to nieces nothing first just as bubbles do when thevburst Well when the COnfederacy thus col lapsed it was relyin through its agents on money for cotton stored abroad The Q10nev had run the blockade back to the South and It was d by the gent who had transmitted it more emmeht than once beforE to the Richmond Gov At the very last there was no Richmond government and ro Confederacy The lastinstallment of money for cotS ton was received after the Confederate government had ceased to be It could thatIwere fugitives The agent Who recefv edthat st installment did not feeUike handing it o er to the United States tGovernment The latter did not know he agent existed Jt could therefore makeoneclaim on him He just retained the money There was no one to return it to here There was none who claImed It here The man keptit came North invested It made more money with It and became one of the richestt andmostinfluential businessmen ri New York dying recently a mufti milhonairerespected ummpeach able and allied through the marriages of his children with some Qf the mos distinguished fariilies the United States and Great Britain We may ad that thIS ex mfederare aKent and sub sequent metropolitan mUltimillionaire became one of the most liberal support ers of charity education and religion South and Northland made them benefi cianesof the growth of the fortune of WhICh the events suggested had made him the sole custodian Wnat he gave away exceeded a hundred times what events placed in hIS lap What he mada thousand tImes exceedPd what he received rind has bequeathed nInounce says the Brooklyn Eagle the death of Richard T Wilson at 611 itt h avenue in Manhattan on Friday mi night ECZEMAbY We have had so many inpuines lately regarding Eczema aid other skin die eases that we are glad to make our an investigatiOn compoundedinwould not make this statement to oar patrons friends and neighbors unles s we were sure of itandalthough thele are many sO Eczema rem ies sold we ourselves unhesitatingly re prescriptionBecause m start relief to that torturing itch BecauseD O D starts the cure at the foundation of the trouble anJlhealsrepaitheBecause the records of ten years of mostseriousrecognized as the absolutely reha Eczema Cure Drop into our store today just to talk over your case with us HAYDON ROBERTSON I Is the place to buy the best of every thing to eat A Full Lure of Staple Groceries At prices that make them go Dont buy anythmg until you get my XMas PricesICANDIES ETCHave the nicest and freshest line of Candies in town at specill prices for the Holidays Also carry a full stock of FIREWORKS at prices you cannot affr9dto miss HATTURKEYNow is the time and this is the place to buy your XMas Turkey Place your orders early iearJlestly solicit your liberal Patrona e JA S MORANJrmeyour beet hides and all Country Produce Will pay highest t market prices If ysu have an extra good beef for sale phone me i 4 Brim or send your Lau1dr1 firstclass work Guaranteed L c lOr1 G1 T1urton H RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Witl out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work StrIctly First glass Springfield Ky Jmc in flagon Block up stairs local News Notes Xmas oranges at 25c and 30c per- dozen the sweet JUIcy kinds at M Elroy Shader Untrimmed and Childrens Hats at and below cost Wathen Shader l A ton of Xtnas candies just in selling at o9r usual lqw prIce of loo and 20c per pound Wtiy pay more McElroy Shaders the place luSt received afineline 14 karat gold fountan pens Sterling silver and gold embossed Regular retailing price 4 and5 Now going at 150 and 250 A nice gift for Christmas Ed M Russell c We have a large supply of new and chOIcest nuts Prices right McElroy Shader A fun lIne qf Shirt waist boxes OJ display at Leachman d Campbells Closing out our line of toys cheap Dont forget this McElroy Shader 140tstray from Tom redturned Moran Jr All hats at Wathen Shaders below costa Come and see Why pay 20c per pound for candy that you can buy of us for 10 cents McElroy Shader FOR RENTThe store room Occupied by Miss WillIe Knott as millinery store for the year 1911 S M Campbell As usual we have only the BESt QUALITY in X urns candies nuts ShaderdSell your hides and fur to Grinstead he pays highest prices at the Poultry House Beautiful line ot Pictures on sale a Leachman and Cllmpbells 75c to 10 A nice Xmasgift =In buying your Xmas candies nuts raisIans ash oranges you want the BEST This you always get at McElroy Shaders fail see Leachmanand Camt bellsDont lof rugs 25 per cent cheape- than anybody Lot us fix you a Nice fruit basket filled i h choicest fruits tastily arranged twill make a most accept able gift for your friend oatMcElroy Shader Sell your hides and fur to Grinstead he pays highest prices at the Poultry House NICE PRESENTSJust receIved a nice assortment of fraternal rings and charms sutable for the following orders K of C Masons Knight Templars W of W and M W of A Something that any member or a Lodge would ap predate for a Christmas presentEd In buying your xmaS candies remem ber the lOc per pound kind you get at McElroy Shaders Having purchased an interest m the firm of Cunningham Duncan I take this mears of notifying my friends and patrons that I will be glad to see my friends and will grant them all the favors in my power Thanking you for past savors and soliciting your future patronage Ibeg to remain Smceretfy yours Wm H Wharton- WANTEDCopies of the Saturday Evening post from Oct 24 to Nov 42 delusive Ed Mr Russell VE have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good to bltcco farms stock farms all kinds of farms ardstown See us for city property in ORviLLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky Bowling Alley Open Take a few minuts off and enjoy the healthful exercise The Ladies of the Catholic church will serve court dinner in February For firstc ass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRING ELD CLEANING AND PIIESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop 3I + ++ + e + ++ i + Big Cut iit Prices I = ih Ladies Suits and Co tsens o Suits andO tcats iW It t And Boys Suits and Overcoat ti t Lot or Misses and Childrens Cloaks at t Half Price fit t Full line or tit Mens Ladies and Childrens 1Sweaters assortment Shawls Fascina- tors Newports We can Yau with the best makes of Shoes atLowest P ices = line of Mens Overshoes +Nice Assortment Fancy Articles for UolidaYtrade Special Prices on Table linens Towels and Napkins Do Your Shopping EarlyDont wilt for the RUJht 4J I RORERISONICLAYBROOKED4coR tJ Itt + + + +ftt tMonarch plum pudding foryour Xmas Itis fine You will find it at- McElroy Shaders THE CLUBHello are ypu ready for the Holidays and are you going to make your old clothes new if so avoid the rush arid let the cleaning and pressing club work on them for you We guars tee you first class work new creases for the gents ladies work specIalty GIve us cell Shop next to Clerks Office Geo G Gowdy Prop TCoD Minor of Perryville has ac witbIyears and no doubt will be quite an adl oftThe Sun thIs week was unable toob lain information as to the etact amount of tobacco sold by the dIfferent ware houses the past week However each house sold considerable quantity and at prIces which were better than those realized lit the beginning of the season publishrthe exact number of pounds of tobacco sold by each house thee average pace Paid and the highest prise paid for any quantity The tobacco which has been on the market has not been ofthe firSt grade and as the inferior grades are disposed of the prices will get better The Sun and COW1erJournal SL6I Meet me at J A Has Made His has been made by Mr and Mrs Chas D Gates of LouisVille of the of their niece Miss Annie Davison Grundy to Mr Enos Mitchell Swain the wedding to take place early in February The bride to be is the daughter of Mr Chas R Grundy of thIs place and was born and reared m While making her home here she was one of the most popular young worn socIety This standard magazine the most popular and best of all magazines in the United States can be obtained id county by SAM ALL N Local Sun office Sabscr1ptios late SIOOper A of over 5000 different Maga zines Periodicals and to select from publIShed in the United States Canada and Europe French German Swedish Spanish and other foreign may be obtained seSenu in your Holiday orders at once My clubbing list is the most attractive and superior ever All Christmas and Holiday orderS will be not later than Saturday of + + and tit 7 + s + a a a et I J c F Farmers in this vicinity are very bus y stripping tobacco at present ka Miss Nannie Keeling is visiting relatives in i Horn to the wife of CovemP illips a fine baby girl t Miss Arnie Goff ison the sick list Mrs Jim Carey visited her father John Scruggs stSw who is It is about time to look out for Santa Claus IOn ifight the 7th inst schools ogreed to meet Qt spell at the Mt Olivet church but OD account of the bad weather oila few gathered We had several and spent the rest of the time ling We will meet Wednesday night to practise singing Mrs house burned one night this week and Was a total roes there being no viiiL Welch was to Tatham las StjB diY Rev HP mentat Deep Saturday Sin day L M Satterly who bought Richard property will make fbe change the first of the year SL The Sun fLoe B YW 1 I Shaders StorerW- HERE IS ntacaus Headquarters Annoncement engagement Springfield InSpringfield Cosmopolitan Washington addressing Representative Springfield YearI Newspapers publications possiblerates preSentedi fgrwarded Good Ladies Knit 1PwBigLadies Child wrenssuPp1Y Complete LadiesandChildren The Magazine TATt1AM SPRINGS SpringtIeld 1tIWednesday insing1 againnext Richardsons insurance pinkstons ltSpriDKfI81d 1BuyJIA Shad rs 7 TOYS Hatchfttfilfedhifappoint for Boys for Girls- ThrBaiiy I Everyone r e r DOLLS DOLLS All Sites and aU KindsSGuns Drums taS tsDIL Iurg roil Tablas Trucks Trick TOJsG nsfry Isoks Mocks Etc Everything in the Toy LineI The Prices are Right- Headquarters for Nuts Fruits Caidies Etc Buy your Fruits- Now for your cakes Get i- Stor the SHADER-RightJ A i r r TFJE f IaSPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 14 Ig Oi V IFOR THE Odd Oak Beds r 350W 15 00 Dick Shewmaker has moved into the house vacated by dud Matnerly We gladlY welcome Mr Shewmaker in the community MIss Pearl MaJan spent last week with her sister Mrs Dolph Barrick of this place The musicale given by Everett Hall last Thursday was well attended All reported a delightful time Irvine Thompson waS in our ViCInIty Thursday last Mr and Mrs S Cegley are no bet ter at this writing Miss oxleCissell spent several days last week with Mrs James Lenham Mrs Nannie Fen ick and daught- erode were guests of Mrs Prudle hones anJ daughter Mary Rose Thursday afternoon Elmer Anderson is visiting at the home of his mother MrsG4Ang eli80ri ttlsweek JCharley urumes IS on the sick liSt this Week Miss Pearl Fenwick spent last week with Mrs Roe Fenwick at The Ridge tLMrswere guests of Mr and rsJ B1 en i wick Friday Tom Foster and family of near Leb anon are visiting at the home of Mrs Posters brother Eluine Perkins near here Miss Myrtle pJrkins was the guest of Miss Ethel afternoon- Miss Myrtle Perku s and Richard Arnold attended church at MackvJ1le Sun day MesSrs Prank LoJiqon and Wallace Adams spent Wednesday night oflast week in SPtinhfield John Kelly spent a few days last week with his sisters at Liberty Louise Fenwick was the guest ot An IlJlShewmakerSaturday afternoon Mr and Mrs Lloyd Fen lck and two sons Lawrence and Bennie were guests of Will Barker and family Sunday Mr and Mrs Stanley Fenwick and danghter Juanita were visitors at the homeof Mr and Mrs James Lenham Sunday FRNITRE or asAnd why not Nothing more useful nothing more practical thatnothing you could choose will give the receiver more real genuine satlsfaction and pleasure than some needed or Ionged for piece of furniture Then why not drop into lEACMAr CAMPBEllS storee and makeselection We have a large and well selected sock and will take pleasure in showing and pricing same To assist you we mentiona few articles a FOR TOE PARLOR Three Piece Suits in Mahogany t OaltDavenports 25Ot 6rChairsPedestals in Mahogany and Oak t Parlor Mirrorsh500 to 1500 BEDROOMy 6500Three7500Odd2500Cbiffoniersin 3000Bed750Stand fENwrQ CrumesThursdav For Any in can you a for we on ever shown here t fall to see O We think for size our lithe city have a good stock and wE we are 25 than our larger cities callduringLeachman Campbell Springfieldliy Miss Grace Arnold md Miss Roxie- Cisseli were guests of Misses Pearl and Sadie Fenwick SUnday Mr and Mrs Hilton were the guests of Mr and Mrs Will Riley Sun day Mrs R P Lenham was the guest ot- James Lenham one day last week Rufus Shewmaker was the guest of relatives at Willtsburg Sunday Miss Mary Rose Jones and John Rel Iy attended church at St Rose Sunday Misses Anna Shewmaker and Louise iFenwick were visitors of Mrs Fanny lastiSeveral of the farmers of this corn mumty have sold their tobacco Many personsrfii nit themselves affect ed with a nersistent cough after an attack of influenza As this cough can be promptly cured bythe use of Cham Cough Reedy It should not be allowed to run on until it becomes troublesome Sold by Robertson don Who Put You Wise It costs twenty cents a mile to haul a Congressman worth 600 a YEar in pri vate life toa 7500 job and a traction engine couldnt haul away from the job as long as he can bamboozle the in nocent constituentCourierJournal Deafness Cannot Qe Cured There is only one to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the Eustachian tube When thIs tube is you ha rumb ling sound or imperfect bearingand when it IS entirety closed Deafness is the and unless the inflammation Can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out pf ten are caused by Catarrh which isnothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We wlll give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure for circulars FrJCHENEY CO O sold by drugfiists The Take Halls Family Pils for constipation t F SANTA CLAUS n all shape form and fashio for Boys 1Girls and Old alIke For over 30 years Holiddy Goods has been my longest iJ 1ingthe most fastidious Hence I have devoted much timeJand care in selecting the present holiday stock of etc such as IToy Degs Dolts Pop Guns Wagons Tops whistles Fire- 1Works Drums Guns Chairs GaCarls Candies Nuts and lill kinds of Apples Oranges Etc IYf Remember I have what yOU want t the right priceJ 1Smallr Yours etc I i 7p j1 I FOR THE LIBRARY Tables 1800oJBook 13b0 to 2500 2000LadiesEarly English and J sx hairs 1250 to 2000 FOR TilE CHILDREN r fOR THE DINING ROOM ion I olding Cribs 750 560 to to 4 Sidp Boards and Buffets 12b4 to OQO Rockers 100 to Oj HIgh 100 to 9 T L a Round or Square Pedestal 500 to 2pOO CotllbinationChairs 350 to t C i Closets 17b0 3404Straight Chairs 75 to to Bos Wagons 100 to 10wI Ctlrs per set 6550to 2404 Our prices are tentyfive per cent lower than you can buy elsewhere Come and be co ivi 6ed IRoom the ouse1V furnish Picture themOof we KNOW cent cheaper We Matt Mrs Hay him cannotI inflamed result Send tree Toledo Folks Thomas aysBohannan- Th wedding of Miss Sarah Antoinette Huys and Mr Robert Thomas Bohan nan took place Saturday at 4oclock at the home Qf the brides mother Mrs Thomas Hays Ormsby avenue Louis vile and wss a most beautiful cere- moniaL The drawing room was banked in palms and the bay window was convert ed into an improvised altar lighted with numerous white candles which shed a mellow light over the greens and bunches of white roses used in the altai- decorations The halls and upper floors were decorated wholly and winter greens and the entire house lighted by candles in silver holders The bride entered with Mr Bohannan and met the officiating clergyman Dean Charles Ewell Craik of Christ Church Cathedral at the altar where he per formed the impressive ceremony The brIde wore a charming gown of chrmpagne chiffon cloth oyer cream messaline and trimmed m silk run lace With this size wore a becoming picture hat trimmed In white willow plumes and carried a half shower of lilies of the valley and brides roses The cere reIceptionMr and Mrs Bohaniianleft that eveI fling on their bridal trip and will make their home in Springfield Mr Bohannan is manager of the Washington County Tobacco Warehouse and since coming here has made many IBohannanSrringfield societyI Farm for Sale Containing abuut 100 acres 45acres in grass 8 or 10 in timber never fail mg water frame dwelling good barn 1 roBe from railroad convenient to school church etr For further in formation call on Dr E L McINTYRE WOODLJWN KENfUCKYtA sprained ankie will usnfliy JlaHc the injured person for three o futr propertreatmentment is applied a cure may be effected in three or four days This liniment IS one tof the best and most remarkable preparations in use Sold by Haydon Robertson J 9p D lite lieo Jlljr wtlItrtAosand l r JfalitJllilJJ dlJe fretIzAcheIPo tJilliza P1l lesfo0U lrlt drA1Onei3SG0 RRBT- See our samples of Visiting Cards Wedding lavitatioss Monogram Paper etc The Springfield Sun MJINUfAC1UAA10atrntsui i Iw ISPRINGFI TEETH EXTRACTED 7WITHOUT Pain or Danger I Oder justas All Work tIclass 00000800000000 aoo Notes oO o o OoVisitors In and Out of TownA D Round Up of the Weeks ty Personal News O 0000008Q80QaoQ Miss Zula Campbell ot Lmisyllle who has been the guest of the Misses returnedIMrs Winchester Phlllips and Miss Mildred Spalding of Leb non visited here Saturday Mr Shaker Robortsonwho is engaged in businessIm IS at home for the Christmas holldavsI Walter Leachman has return IMs after a visit to Louisville IMr C F Bosly spent Friday and at Shapsvl1le and Mackville ofIMiss Carrie Edelen Mrs Mary Phillips ot Lebanon is the guest of Miss Mabel Thompson Mr Arch Hayes of LouIsville is here on business Mrs Uriah Reed Mrs L A Burns and little daughter arequith In at the hone of Mr LA Burns Mr E C Litsey or Lebanon was the guest of Judge Selecman and familY pum y Mr Tandy uisinberry spent Sunday at Crescent Hill W ASHI TON COUN TY LOSES ITS PEOPLE Along With NearlyAllthe Tobacco Counties in the State Due to Local Conditions IThe census figures for Kentucky yesterda shows the county inhabitantsI gains 95 Boyle gaits 851 Jessamine gains 668 Marion gains 130 Lincoln gains 838 Woodford loses 5G3 The loses II Owen Carroll GaUation Boone and Grant are very large t The largest gains were made in the Eastern Kentucky counties in fact that section was the only one that made consistent progress The loss in Mercer IS readily accounted foragmany have gone Wes t to seek fame and fortune and quite a number of crapshooters and bums hay e moved to Lawrenceburg Kentucky Republican The prinU kl Bus Loq pid you The t3Ull 4 SQ1itliyJouroau L it FOR IIIE HALL Rack in Polished Ork 350 to 2500 Hall Seats 400 to 1000 Hall Chairs in Mahogany or Oak IN CENTRAL gENTUbKYMOST COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITTRE Cribs ChaIrs have Don the per esso cI FOR THE KITCHENf iG ass Front Cupboardu 650 to8 Front Cupboard 500 to 7 Tin Front Safes 3 50 ta50f1 12Ja1Kitcheno i20eJ 5anta ClausSHas made his Headquarters at OQI store and has enough f pretty things to supply everybodys wantsIBefore you buy see our assortment TOYSHr1 Dolls Tea Sets Beds Sets of Furniture Doll Buggies DollChairs Games Story Books Little TrIck Tin Toys Flying Machines eteJ hyery kind of Icy one l1th Nuts or all kinds and Apples Oranges Bananas Pears Dates Malaga Grapes Itasc Figs etc and anice fJJLine oJ Christmas Candy rAll Kinds of Buns and Fancy Cakes BakedToda Y KATIE HERTLEINiBRO Fresh Oysters Received Every Other Nilht iMtiMt tiMt Absolute SaleS t of IMillineryBusi essi 0 To Close Cut My Millinery BU5 iallgoods in my store are neS5I For Sale at i Less Than Cost i t iHandsome Pattern Hats just a few left at less than + Half Cost All Ready 4oWears and other styles of Hats at your own price All Trimmings Velvets Feathers It- t Wings Flowers etc go in this Bargain CI siKOl1t sale Miss Willie Knott t44 4 i j OCJ t7 ratri i3Ctgaiooo aQo o9aQQtfOOQQJJa D XMAS 0 PRESENTS o L frCia en 1 e ao o Before YOU buy your Christmas si Presents make a visit to our store d 0 see the many things 1Ppa7 iQI0to select fromYoooo ti 0ooo 7o Oeo OOt e0oaar eoeGe b j kc S35U RECIPE CURES WEAKKlnNEYSfREE ltEUEVE5 URINARY ANDXPNEV- TROULESBACKACHE TRAIN 1NG SWELLING ETC Stops Pall Jnthe Iladder Kldeyi and Back Wou1dnt it be nice wlthhi a week or sot begtrito sa goodbye foroyer to the lIeald11J dribbling straining or too fre- Quent p 3sago of urine the forehead and the backoftheheadaches the stltchea and pdthi in the tack the growing mus- c1e weakness spots before the eyes yeI Iqw skin sluggish bow 1s swollen eye I1dsor ankles leg cranipa unnatural hort breath aleepletaneas and the despondency I have aredpe for these troubl that you can depend on and If you want to make eQUIClC RECOVERY you ought towil o and Xet A copy of 1 any a doctor would charge you 150 just for wPt thl prescriptIon but I have It azd will beg1a4 to end It to you enUre- IT tree rUst drop me a line like this Dn AEROblhson X251 Luck Building Detroit wCh and I will Send it breturn mall in a ilain envelope As yoU will see when you get it thIs recipe contains only pur harmleeremedIes but It has great healing and painconquoring power ItwiIl quickly show Us power once you use ItsoX think you hd better see what It Is wIthout delay I win Bend you a copy Xr0O7O1 can use It and cure yonr Hlt at kom lgIGeorge said her husbands WIle ldontbellete you have smoked on of those cigars I gave you on your birthday Thats right my dear replied fit f1t husband 4rm going tokeet- hepl until our Willle wants to learn emok- aSPdB15 I DISTEMPERCUREfriU DISTEMPERPINKofall ages and prevents all others in the ame stable from the disease Also cur hickenchoJeraand dog distemper sendtoCoSpejnny on Zensvelence- iBeneydlence Ia a rat thing Whea you liyp beneyolenco you cannot reet- until ou do something to make other eopl Ieelgrateful to you The other lay my mamma went up into the attic to find a lot of old clotheKto give to poor people who could not afford to buy any clothes for themselves While she wa hunting around she found a oldhezided cane worth 25 that randpa had put up thero 18 years agO and forgot all about Thus we lee dear friends beneyolence brings Its own rewardBenny IDECEIVING If The Preach rWe trred a phone graph choir The SextonWhat success The PreailierF1ne Nobody knebthe difference till a deacoa the Ift to take up the collection MIX THIS FOR RHEUMATISM EasilY Prepared and Inexpenilve and Really Doth Work Says Noted Authorityc Thou andS ot men and women wile kaTe felt the sting and torture of that dieadldl eas1Uie11ma m which Is no respecter of age personS sex color or rank will be Interested to know that It Isone of the easiest fltctIon of the human body to con Itier Medical science has proven It not distinct disease in Itself but a symptom ausec by fnatlvo kidneys RJeumatism Is uric acid In the blood sEd other waste products of tho eye ten which should bo filtered and trained out In the forni of urine The ti1cUon ofthe kIdneysisto siftthese poisons and acids out and keep the blood clean and pur The kIdneys however are of sponge4lko substance the boles or pores ot which will sone times either from pverworkt cold ox exposure become clogged and4illne tn their funcU n of UninaUnt sE poisons fiorn uio blood they remal1 In the veins decompose and stWn about the joints and muscles causE the untold suffering and Pain of rheu niaUm and bfLC1Iache often produc1n complications of bladder and urInary disease and general Weaknesi The fo1lowing simple PrescrlptJo Is said to relieve the 1orat cases ol rheumatism because of Its direct ac- tl upon the blood and kldneYJre n511nl too the moit severe Ioru of bladder and urinary troubtee Fluid Extract t Dandelion onehalf ounoe Compound Kargon one ounce Corn pomd Syrup Sarsaparflla three aceI Mix by shaking well In a bot ftezte at JedtlmeThe fa gJentsb be anT Ipre absoluteljkarmiese Iu q Have Not ForgottenAnything li 4r I 1 r I iOI47L bY IIAItY 1ODLIW 11NIIIART j d4L7rnoR Oi f CIRCt7ARCEIWl I ILEU7R4TJONJJk ICE7TJVERCOPvror2 dJ4RRfLz ofJ4Nv SYNOPSIS toPlttsburgot10hnGHmorhonw he Is attracted by a picture of a explatnsIs dglvelowertenkenn In lower seven and finds his clothes and bag missing The man In tower ten evjdenceclotheswithIn a girl In blue Tho train Is wrecked carbyThey go to the Carter place for break Wethisdropsherpocket Blakole returns home He finds Movingpictures leapingfromi CHAPTER XVI The Shadow of a Girl Certain thlns about the dinner at the Dallas house will always be ob scure to tue Dallas was something In the fish comiritsslon and I remem ber his reeing off fish eggs In billions while we ate our caviar He had some turglnghething about fothiddlng the establish ient of mills and factories on rive- ranksIt seems they kill the fish either the smoke or the noise or something they pour Into the water Mrs Dallas was there I think or course I suppoe she must have been and there was Ii woman In yellow I took her in to dinner and I remember he loo ened my clams for me so I ould get them But the only real person at the table was a girl across in white a sublimated young woman who was as brtfltant ns I was stupid who never by any chance looked directly at me and who appeared and disappeared across the candles and rchlds in a sort of halo ol radiance When the dinner had progressed from salmon to roast and the conver fatton had done the same thingfrom fish to scandalthe yellow gown turned to me- We have been awfully good havent we Mr Bhikel Y1she asked Although I am crazy to hear Ihave hot said wreck once Im sure you muzt feel like the survivor oI Water kjo or somethtqg of the sort If you want me to tell you ab9ut the wreck I said glancing across the tab lfl sorry to be disappolitins but I dont remembEr anything You tire fortunate to be able to forgot ttl It was the first word Min Wieflt had spoken directly to m2 and It went to my head There are some things I have not forgotten I said over the candles I recall coming to myself some time after and that a girl a beautiful girl Ah said the lady in yellow lean ng forward breathlessly Miss West was statlug at me coldly but once Btarted I had to stumble on That agirlvRs trying to rouse me and that she told me I hadpeen on first ts1c already A shudder went around the table But surely that Isnt the end of the qtotYMrs Dallas putin aggrievedlyg WhY thats the most thIng I ever hearth liu afraid thats aU I said SIL S went her way and t went mine If she recaUs me at aU she probably thinks of me as a weakkneed individual who faints like a woman when everything is over That did 1 tell you Mrs Dalla3 asserted triumphantly ItHe fainted id you hear when everything was Qver He hasnt begunto tell it I would have given a lot by that time if I had not mentioned the girl But McKnlght took It up there and carried it on- Blakeley Is a regular geyser he saId He never spouts until he reaches the boiling point And by that same token although he hasnt said much about the Lady of the Wreck I think he Is crazy about her In fact I am sure of it He thinks he has locked his secret in the caves of his soul but I call you to witness that he has it nailed to his ace Look at him I I squirmed mserably tnd trIed to avoid the startled eyes Of the girl across the table I wanted to choke McKnlght and murder the rest of the party It isnt fair I said as coolly as- I could i hav my fingers crossed you are five against one And to think that there was a mur der on that very train broke in the lady In yellowilt was n perfect cre scendo of horrors wasnt it And what became of the murdered man Mr Blakeley- McKnlglit had the sense to jump in to the conversation and save myre ply They say good Plttsburgers go to Atlantic City when they die he said Sowe are reasonably certain tin gentleman dId not go to the ea shore The meal was over at last and once in the drawing room it was cleat we hung heavy on the hostess hands It is so hard to get people for bridge In September she wailed Tl ereis absolutely nObody in town Six isadreadful number Its a good poker number her husband suggestedIThe matter settled Itself hoWever I was hopeless slive as a dummy Miss West said It was too hot for cards and went out on a balcony that overlooked the Mall With obvlou relIef Mrs lallas had the card tabla brought andI was 4ice to face with the minute I had dreaded and hoped for for a week Now It had come it was more dU ficult than I had anticipated J do not therevasarc light It threw the shadow of the balcony railing in long black bars against her white gown and as it swung sometimes the face was in the light I drew a chair close so that I could watch her Do you know I said when sh 0 made no effort at speech that yoi are a much more formidable perso tonight in that gown than YOU Wero the lart time I Jaw you The light swung on tier face she was smiling faintly The hat with tho green ribbons she said I must take it bhk I ha almost forgotten I have not forgoUenanythlDGi 1 pulled myself tIP short ThIs VIaS hardly loyalty to RiChey His voicE came through the Window just thrn1 and perhaps 1 was wrona but I thought she raised her bead to nSteL Look at ths bandhe was say playitHesa dear isnt he Alison said unexpectedly No matter how aepressed and downhearted I nm Ialways cheer up when 1 see Richey Hes more than that I returned warmly iHe is the most honorable tel low I know It he wasnt so much that- wiy he would liave a career before him He wanted to put on the doors McKnlghtPFtoni ray comparative poverty to the wealth of the girl beside me was a single mental leap From that wealth to the grandfather who was resp nsible for it was another I wondEr it you know that I had been to Ptttsbtlrg to see your grandfather when I met you 11 saId You She was surprised Yes And you remember theallgator bag that I told you was exchanged for the one yoU cutoff my arm She nodded expectantly Well AndyBronsonoslilon that they were forged She was on her feet in an instant r4tydidntits so ridiculous sosb hopeless Why t could he stopped suddenly and sat down again I do not know that I am ear ry after all she said after a pause Mr Bronson was a friend of my fathers Il suppose it vas a bad thing for you losing the papers Well it was not a good thing I conceded While we are on the sub ject of losing things do you rem em- berd0 you know than I still have your gold purse She did 1Qt reply at once The sha dow of a column was dyer her face but I guessed that she was staring at- m You have Ill She almost whisperea I picked it UP in the street car I said with a cheerfulness I dId not feet It looks like a very opulent lit purseWhy she speak about the necklace For just a careless word to make me sane again You she rbpeated horrorstrick en And then I produced the purse and held it out no my palm I should J1av sent it to you be fore I suppose but as YOUjCI1QW I have been laid up since the wteck We both saw MeKuight at the same curtainsIwas st out at us The tableau of give and take was unmistakable t1 e gold purse her out stretched hand my own attitude It cameIme supposethecause so many people get cross over it groupsoonthe night breOze I had no more words atone with Alilon I went bacJl to the Incubator for the night We aaid almost nothing on the way home there was a constraint between us for the first time that 1 could remembur It was too early for bed and so e smoked In the living r oni and trisd to talkof trivial things After a tIme even those failed McKnightWhoAntI so shol wasnt at Seal Harbor at all No pl11eSomewbeve near Cresson And that was the purseher purse with the br ken necklace In it Yes it wts You understand dont you Rich that liarlig given her my word I couldnt tell you heIWe sat for sometime and smoked Then Rlchey got up and stretched himself Im off to bed old man he said Need any help with that game arm ot yours No thanks I returned I heard him go into his room and lock the door It was a bad hour for me The first shadow between us and the shadow of a girl at that CHAPTER XVII At the Farm House Again McKnight is always a sympathizer with the early worm It was late when he appeared Perhaps like myself ho had not slept well But be was apparently cheertul enough and he made a better breakfast than I did It was one oclock before we got to Baltimore After a half hours wait we took a local for M the eta ticn near which the cinematograph picture had been taken We passel tho SCene ofthe wreck MclCnight with curiosity I with a sickening sense ot horror Back In the fields wan the little farm house whore Alison Vest and I had intend ed getting coffee and winding away from the track maple trees shading wheroIbelief nowwbre 1 had tried tO corn fort her by patting her baud BsmallIroomed affair with a ranedoff place telegraphInstrument entire irnisIitng manrmeringa piece of wood ovt= a hole tn the floor to ask where we wafted to go l9iote not going A4 M stgi- wcre coming Have a cigar The agent tsok it with anlnqu1rlnt glance first at it and then at us We want to ask you a few quea ions began McKnigh4 perching hIm- self on the Tailing and kicking Ue hair forward for me Or rathei this gentleman does Walt a minute saM the agent lancing through the window There Is a hen in that crate choking herself to death He Was back in a minute and took up his position near a sawdustfihled box that did duty as a cuspidor Now fire away he said In the first place I began de you remember the day the Washing ton herevDomember the whale Were you on the platform her when the first section passed I was Do you recall seeing a man hans ing to the platform of the last ear There was no one hanging thor when she passed here he said with conviction I watched her outof siht Did ypJl see anything that mOlniIi- sa a man about m size carrylngs6- illall grip and wearing dark clothes and a derby hat I asked eagerly McKnight was trying to look uncon perned but I was frankly anxious It Was that the man had jumped somewhere in the mIle of track just beyond Well yes 1 did The agent cleared his throat When the smash ame the operator nt MX sent word kiong the wire both ways I got it here and I was pretty near crazy though I knew it wasnt any fault of mine I was standing on the track ook ing down for I couldnt leave th office when a young fellow with light hair limped up to me and aked uio what that smoke was over there Thatrs whats left of the W shinr- tonFl1 r I said and I guess theNa souls going up in that smoke Do yOU mean the first section or he said getting kind of greenlshyel low i Thats what I mean I said split to kindling wood because Rafferty on the second section didnt want to be late ITo put his hand out in front ot him and the satchel fell with a bang II1IIY God ho saId and dropped right on the track In a heap I gcLt him Into the station and he came around but he kept on groapin something awful Hed sprained h1s- nnkID and when he got a little better drove him over in Carters milk wag on to the Cirter place and I reckon he stayed there a spellY Thats aU is It I asked Thats allor no theros sonic thing else About noon that day oni of the Carter twins came down with a note from hIm asking me to send a long d1fltance message to some one in Washington To whom I asked eagerly I reckon Ive forgot the name lU1 the message was that this feUoN Sullivan was his namewas at M fnlIngCar and if the man had escaped from the wreck would ho come to see him He wouldnt have sent that mos sago to me I said to McKntght rat or crestfallen Hed have every oQr ject In keeping out ot my way There might be reasonbMI Knight obqerVed judicially Iiit might not have round the papor then TO BE CONTINUED Russian Wheat Production An enormous crop of wheat ha been grown in Russia this year placing that land for the first time at tb head of wheatgrowing countries If harvest ot 7S0OOOO0 bushels ecced that of the United States hy 26OOOOoe bushels and is greater thAn its OWI previous record by about 10000000 bushels Thq development of when growing has been most rapid aIon 1 the line ot the TraiisSiberian raUwa As th home consumr jon is smal III proportion to poptation thlee ho made Russia ono f he great 9CUrcer- or supply for th rest of the world France consumes much of the whesf that it grows The present price at wheat in the United States who placed against the surplus product ot Russia makes It more difficult forth country W hld Its place as an oz porter of that eral Helps Poor Girls Mrs James J Storrow JVIt of tBonton banker Is interested Ina DUa belnithotime whIch the girls have they mak pottery articles which they money to be used for purpose tjicaUoJl Mrs Storrow has a girls U brary club and every summer s sends ii number of girls tG lbs try 14 ati time 1 ITHE HEALTHYKIDNEYS Weak kldneysfaIi to remove po sons from the blood and they are the cause of backache I t I headache urlnlUT troubles and dizzy spells To insure good health kSep the kid neys well DoansKid- ney PlUs remove all kidney llls Mrs E E Dewey I saysfussdreadfu1 attack of dropsy my face being IIl1feetDoan s JIe1ney Pills were advised and I began taking them It required only kfdnerstonormalconditfonu a Remember the nametloans For sale by all dealers 50cmt box FpsterM1lburnCo J N T 3t J Svro Punishnient BelleAnd did you make hereati her own words J t BeulaliEaL em t I made h Fletcherize m1 T J4 Hrs Wlnltaw8 80Qtilr s7nIJForchlIdra teetblnr t1o reduces J1t smznai1wuaJ3curwn4eoUQ ca bos Some women jump at conc usion8- becausEt they want to see how tlestory ii going to end One Thing That Will Liv vIP- ETTIIS EYE SALVE first box sold in yearAllAnyway Eve never lied OCculoIt w marry Adam by asking two or three times a dnyIf she was theonly woman he ever loved 1housandsof country people kaow that accideutHainlins wktiitThorough You are an opUmlstr I arfl replied Mr Dutin Star Lj not only hope for the best but I makt practical arrangements tog t It k Noneln Stock jA welldressed woman pase aifront of the chestnut venders stand Are they wormy sheaakedj No naamu hO answered b1andly Did you want them with worms As Time Passes Before you were marrl d you USe4M to solid your wJfelfiower8 Yes replied Mr Meekton Now It takes a diamond necklace tomakr her enthusIasticas dhe used t biover a lltollar bunch ot roses Saw pnly Physical Idea One of his friends Qce asked vfr Darwins gardener about his mast rthealth and hoW ia had been lately ohi ho said my poor master has bean very t often Wish he had something to do He moons about in the garden and I have seen litni stand before a flower fOitenmlnutesat a time It he only had something to do I really believe he would be better I Triumph of Optintsrn How are you feellngt dpy nni asked the robust nephew his aged 4 and feeble kinsman Pretty well pretty well quavered that Inctirablo optimist thy rheuma Uz Is bothering me a good deal and my enlsipflla Is worse than It was yes terday Ive got a slight leada endr went down to the dentist today and had all but two of my teeth pulled- but thank heaven those tWo are op posite each Otllerl Stgniflcancs Ta Names In an flilnois towns wcrJdngm Ln having been informed that ahbaby had arrived at his home ex claimed Sufficient and this neigh bore referring tohl having given that nameSufficientto theJiew arrival credited him with originality The incident resembles cue earel home addS the New York Tribune A New York family was blsed with nine daughters when the stork brought a tenth one It was f1 tke days when tho slang term for an oft told story was a chestnut and as the baby ertainly came uqder that head she received the name but for euphonys sake the French for the word was employed and she was called Marron i LPosta 1 Vith eampor tT1th1Udt i i with pr tt Savoury Wholesome Economical The Memory Lingers Postam Cereal CoO Ltd Battle Creek KlQr i t J Wi terTurbans ms is decidedly a season f o draped hats with vel wets the leading fabric for draperies Entire its are made ot it and numbers of- r lothers are combinations of velvet and ail velvet and tapestry velvet and for or beaver cloth or any of the millinery fabrics These draped hats are naturally made on turban shapes whose Inspiration in most cases Is plainly draw n from the oriental headdress Many o them se doselyto the head and some ot them so close that they might be classed as caps They are becoming 9and full of style that elusive qua it which is worth sd much to the mil liner in money and to the wearer in tdlstlnctionLarge turbans bordered with shaggy furs have crowns of velvet draped and CREAM BEAVER HAT i i To Wash Bed Clothes To wash heavy bedclothes make a Warm suds with good soap and t the ComtQ tables Qr blankets soak in it for awhile Then taj anew clean hoe for apounder PQUnd well Bld pound again In another suds Rinse thoroughly and hang on the line WIth- out wringing If a hose Is handy spray plenty atwater over them when on the Une The cotton comfortables will not mat when washed in th wayrEmbroidery Jabot For something new and dressy to wear with a linenshirtwaist the em broidered jabot at once suggests It an thdaintyOne jabot of fine embroide- in ry the vanilylO pattern was laid in cascades fmm the neck to the waist t line gradually decreasing to a pair i The material was gathered tigh- of course and arranged In zigzag style down the narrow of lawn which served as its foundation4- e A Sewing Tip You will find when sewing ne silk that quite often the seams are In- cllned to Tracker when silk thread is mufch t color and size be used In the bob i bin with sftk thread above Do not dampen such seams when ssing them for often water marks t removed re rkIl t cleverly arranged Into trimmIng Other shapes show crowns of velYet with brims of tapestry and velvet or of silk folded and tacked about the brim A big bow of the fabric finishes a simple model of this sort as shown In the illustration But any other trimming that Is fancied maybe used as a finish A lovely model as a soft crown what pis called this season the llex- Ibie crown and a wide brim or coronet of marten fur It is finished shadedwlliowTurbans In fact Include most ela orate designs as well as those pretty simple models in whIch velvet Is em played alone mid in which the design er relies upon clever draping effects to achieve style 1BO1I0M L Y HATS ON THE FREAK ORDE Millinery of the oment May Be De scribed as Fearful and Wonderful The millinery of the moment can only be described as freakish for sure ly never before was the head f woman covered with suchincongrUWes Not content with simulating the appearance of mushrooms sugar loaves and variegated bIrds nests the latest hat is the Aeroplane with large outstanding wings adorning the back of angloImaginableThe reign of the winged hat sober ly and decorously adorned wIth wings covering the crown andpart of th brim Is apparently over for the wIngs must be made freakish to look smart so following on the aeroplane hat we have the hat which can only be described as a winged Mercury with two seductive looking wings planted at back of the crown of a large black theI shaped exactly like the wings which adorn the ankles of the famous Mercury statue There is no accounting for taste for even if a woman knows she does not look well in a hat pulled down ovpr her eyes until half her face Is hidd West hat she will wear because it the fashion of the mOst turtlingmillln sfreaks seen was a blue velvet to which can best be described as a bedizened sugar loaf The cone parts of this sugar loa toque was Qf Wedgwood bluo vel while a deep band of steel embroider lace formed the lower part and ha- Ina from this was a tiny fringe of beads whIch would adorn the foreh Salomewise The toque it should be added completely covered all signs hair and hid the wearers left eye en tirely Lyetcrowns ascending skywards So high and so full are these velvet cro was rising from a band of bizarre broldery that they give a top he WY appearance to the unfortunate wenrer Cucumber Cream Cucumber cream Is made from ounces of almond oil onehalt each of white waX and spermaceti one ounce of cucumber juice latter is obtained either by pratSri bycutt1ng strainedtf f 1arhPw r f INEWERAIN FINANCE ACCURACY AND PUBLICITY PROVES TO I3E A POPULAR MOTTO Prompt Response to Bold Move of President VallAccuracy Reduced Western UnIons Surplus 13 oooOOOPubll lty Restored Con fidence and Its Stock Went Up Are We great financiers of thQ UghtIlmethe men at the head of the big cor poratfons kept their business to themselves as tar as the law would allow Capable men at the head of the big concerns long realized the weak ness or their position but what was needed obviously as In aU great reforms was an unmistakable occasion and a courageous man The occasion arose in the purchase of the Western Union Telegraph company by the American Telephone and Telegraph company and the man appeared m Theodore N Van President ot the purchasing corporation It was last December when public announcement was made that the Gould holdings of Western Union had been taken over by the Telepltot e company On account of the high esteem In whIch the management of the tole phone company Is so generally held IresuItcountrythemented on it being widely pointed out that under the direction of such men as Tlieddore N Van and his as 5sociates the telegraph company was bound soon to work itself Into p po publicfarever before been able to offer Uut a very few months had elapsed when It became apparent to the new uptodateassets would make possible a far greater degree of efficiency of open ation Here they said to them selves weve bought control of this property and we know Its immensely lusthowre al estate and securities owned were made a long time ago If we have everything oLbooksto stockholders right there How Inventory Was Taken The most expert accountants and thetaskatmonths TheIr report and Us pubU cation by the company marks an ep- cho in finance aIt began by recommending an sd of the difference between the appraised and book values by a charge of 5595089 against sur plus Book Values of securIties held were reduced to market values had cblgQdwas made for depreciation another onRcame down to 5136000 It required courage the publication sayIngyour company has been reval ued the surplus Isnt nineteen mill tons as you have been led to be- Vasth3flinch Accuracy ana publicity ho eclared was essential The stock holder has a right to know The shares ot this company are scatters ed troD one end of the Union to the prIvatetthe facts eThe report was ordered published forthwith Financiers ot the old school and speculators generally were aghast What would happen Would the bottom drop out of West rn- Union when the shareholders reallz wortbIthin happened The stoct went up and stayed upTbo public had responded to this remarkable display fJf frankness and confidence to the new motto Accuracy and Publlcitr actioeIIthe new board is stated concisely fsby Harpers Weekly In these words oesharehoIque a oth1ercosvetedupon pUbifidronagu and doing bus IIgBess under public franchise ofcThat right is being recognized it Is recognized note In this epochal net on the part of the telephone and telegraph Intervss It J5 the dawn of a new era In corporation finance emTimelinessAll measures or reformation are ct- tectlveln exact proportion to their timeliness partial decay may be cut away and cleansed incipient error orrected but there Is a point af benCestayed PhilThepaP a until that sickbywhile it spent itself in frantic exer theer l 4 r 1 d t l MUNYONS Eminent Doctors at Your Service Free fOR FULLEST MEDICAL EXAMINATION DY MAIL Ifyou are in doubt asto the cause of your disease orfeeLfhe need of medical advice address letter to s staff of eminent speaal lets nd they will send yu an examination blank which you will nil nub and return to them They will then diagnose your case 11nd tellouwhat to do absolutely free of charge You do not put yourself under any oblIgatIon to them and not feel hurt if you do notiollow their advice If they prescribe Munyons Remedies and decide to take tHe treatment it goes with a guarantee ofsatisfaction or money refunded Address Munyons Doctors Munyons Laboratories had Jefferson Streets Philadelphia Pa CENTYBU7 the m Gain s 1rbtlLp their e rieace Yen enD bUrOD oar ODtheWrite for Secnrlq List and Circular g HI trAIt1iI8 COHr ANY Bankers andBmkers 74 Broadwyr New York Your Livers Your Life A dead liver mss awful sick comewhenitkeep the liver lively and bowels seriousfatalGBCARRTBtoe boxweek treat sellerIaTAKE A DOSE OF SIsthleted with lusore yes Ule Thompson Eye Watlrl flse1be I WEST INDIEStrtMcruiesleavingNewYo1c fdrlll11 25 aadMarcb29191I- BY 12500 THET0 MalsWestindleaPesamaCanal Two cruises 018 days duration 150 upAlsoca and Around the World Wrisfr 111IUtraudlJlJ LINEpta PARKERS BALSAMrassaea romotta a lszntiant Dteei la11awRe re tallegaOEFIANC STARCH = xws 1Splendid Orops teSesketabewai Ewiistitrr Cal 800 scrofereturn from a Lloyd farm la the ManySeldeiathataswellaa districts ylett from 25 to 33 bn shahs ofwheat to the sere Other grains In- proportlon URIE 1IOFITSa- cts Was lIerlvtlroas like FlaLANDSofWeat rThis exeeuent pricba toadysee hoodshould donbletntwo yeatstixe 1ngeatUeratalnganddatrylug 180 aeres ar beefdistrictsttonaat83e0 acre Wl adchurchesmeD asexceUsd rlchestlwoodoratend ntdaeddescriptive IalonnaUoste0LDa41aDCJMJrMfiIIIWIOOMIrT ir iel lddy lisle ifs Use address nearn voea is etimeis vJIIabiel I nun Irl1E WORLDOVER I p FLEE g EaRAOEL r 1 6elta4iutlag For tell1Dc np O41t400ro LockBoE Orieaaa Va Build Assured IIJoome IPayJ H Treland Box 124 IIarttkCkLak Pa wanted in fleJT tors An oppori itrclndIilt44ILtw tt Weekisir YOUIII IIAIBbotltSJed1C01111t71IeltJiiJ Iw NU CINCINNATI NO 60191J JACKSONVILLE HEIGHTS 10ACRE FARMS The Original Florida colony 3000 per Acre 50 Cents per Acre Cash 50 Cents per Acre per Month NO INTEREST NO TAXES NO GUESSWORK NO PROMISES NO RISK t The Safest best and Grandest Real Estate Iavesimait In the Untied Slates 1J WHYBecause it is right at the edge of Greater Jacksonville the fastest growing city 0is landuseJ1inginBecause it was practically the first of all the Florida colonies to develop and settle on account of its unsurpassed soil location altitude and cheapest shipping facilities Because 2700 farms have been sold to date and a populationof about 70Q souls sprung up is one yearand the lands are now settling at the rate f46 families pet moan Because the Purchasers of Jacksonville Heights Lands Have Made Good Settlers and farmers have succeeded Prices and values have advancedfour schoolS erected Hard surface roads constructed Telephone leas establishedconnecting up WIth Jacksonville local telephone Hotel buildings erected 210 farms fenced and being developed all in a little over one year Because it is the Closest Colony to the Best and Fastest Growing City in Florida We opened up our sale on April 1909 at 2000 per 8 xeWe have bollt200Itracts left now selling at the advanced price of S3000pet acre su6ject to another advance January 1st 1911 Write today to Jacksonville Heights Improvement Company UZ Hogan Street Jacksonville Florida for full particulars r Investigate the proposition and the personnel of the Company throughany channel you wish We will only sell out our remaining tractS= and we cannot enlarge we Can only sell what land we now have on hand All large tracts beyond us have been gobbled up by big syndicates Write Today for LlferireI Jacksonville Heightsimpove ent Co 122 Hogan Street JACKSONVILLE FLA I m TREATYOURSELFto1heBESTU e DYESIdICelr here- xlYewfliMiaee Writ NekN tD1e8tcQ lI oNP ONUS 0O t lt l iiirr t J kr wl brt I1M1 jdt l r T t j 0 ff t fJJ THESFRINGFIE DSUNVEDNESI bEeEMBER P4 t I J 11 IX= Mas Novelties aait t 11We have acomplete line of Christmas Novelties presents family old and young alike arid we want your Christ mas trade Our prices on these goods will bring us your trade if you win inspect them before buying Give us a call EVERYTHING NEW ANYTHING YOU WANT Come and See for Yourself Grundy Mclntire Springfield I OOOOOO XMAS Presents Now IS the time to iio your XMas shopping I fft haye i Jargetan more complete Frtl tHan ever I Come and see for yourself Presents both Largeand I can suit you in both Quality and SmallI f A NI Puce if Jewelry lis Always Appreciated x your friends uJDlct I I JAMES J GRAVES r SCINC HALL I yMiand Mrs Kay Thompson of New Hien spent last week with Dou las lhompson of this place Mraod Mrs IL L Montgomery spent Monday Of last week 1ft LO 1S1 vinE on business J U Miss Regina ltudd spent lat Thurs Ldavhere i Miss T via Goodlett spent Saturday nd Sunday with the Misses Clark op JeffGoatky was here SundaY IThe tiIIness oflastThulsdav evening wa3 broken by the jin1ing of sleigh t1eils and the merry laughter of a crowd L f oung people of this community The ieigh which was a large on was Irawn by two good horses which car tied us along through the snow t a rapid paoe Those who composed the sleighing party were MisseS May and i Agnes Ruddf vie Guodlett Mattye and Catherine Thompson Messrs Mar shall Thompson Frank Clarkson and arlCissle AU report a most delight fu1 time l Messrs Hugh Tobin and Elbert Hill were here Sunday afternoon R vs Williams and Lawson of your twn visited this community last week Misses Mattye Clarkson and May Rudd spent last Monday eyening with v1issT ViaGoodett ii Born to the wife ofrook Rudd on 4Sugdav Dec 11 a 10pound girl IW are glad to report J B Ryans able tobe out again after being con fined tohlS bed several weeks with ty pboid fever Mrs Nelson Bartlett is on the sick list Mrs Mary Thompson was in town Saturday shopping A H Lint nof Springfield spent Sunday at Ben EdwardsiThe Edwards sale of last Saturday af teinoon was well attended and every thing sold well IMe3r Marshill Thompson and F were guests at the home of Will and Harry Grigby Tuesday J L Durrett bought of idgar Lin ton 10 bushels 9f oats at 35 per bu Luke Barlow hough of Joe Spalding one mute price unknown i IVALLEY HILL ijt4tMessrs M IteEd and Will Beam were in town Saturday on business IH bert Virginof Maud was mthis- Satnrday last Sam G Tucker lost a fine horse recently George Haydori of Spencer county was in thIs sectIon riday last for the purpose of renting a house The past week being excellent weath error killing hogs most of the pEople of this vicinity havc put their meat away Mss Ruby ONeil visited relativ in town at the week endjM Reed has removed to town where he will reside next year harhe Lewis has moved to John Barbers place where he will raise a A MOORES AIR TIGHT AS A XMAS PRESENT4 EVER THINK OF IT 1rYu could not do a han somer thing by JaQc Mn John or Elmer N 1MOORE5 AIR TIGHT as Chiistm is presents are the LE LLRS rtev are so thorughh and dependably good jihat present at Christmas time could be so welcO he ts a good- MOORES AIR TIGHT to one whp needed it vti j1itYou can pick out an ELEC1 RIC ARIZONA R uwe j9rh Christ Ii- 4trnas gift and haeit delivered on the hour or rnIntiteou lesInIte L1t the right spot we hold Hfor YOU T A 1 u cant hae ans m1sgiIngshen Qtf gie a1AlZPrtA RLuirt flrstas timeJ i fand r OiEMUS1J I Hi k13OLD 1It- ofIts kindf 5 Sji 1ri Y wakcp aboutthree odock in themordingand cant ger 19stpagain for an hour orso cast your mind o rthe situation 1a see ou can t make a Chtistmas present qfa good R N1E rHEAfE 1be surprise will then keep the r cipeJ1t awake pd you will sle ill right WHAT tHULTZ CLSA VER i I crop Tom Baker visited at the home of Mrs SoJ Piles last week Mrs Bud ONpal visIted at the home or relatvesjn NelSon county during the past week Gilbert Don boe is in town running the redryer for the tobacco warehouses this season Mrs Lydia Michael visited at tnt home of Bruce WillIams last week Thos Reed and wIfe visite4 relatives at this place Sunday Mr and Mrs W F Moran and Jas Moran of Springfield were guests of trs liugh Goatley at Cedar View Sunday last relaItivesMiss Pearl Goatley was the guest of Mr and MrS Hark Shphan of nearI Moorpsvi1le the latter part of last M tetd and wife visited relatives near town last week Joe Sttehan visited his brother Hark pear Mooieville Saturday 4and Sundny E S Goatley recently purchased a 3yearold horse from Palmer Grundy Price unknown DCfKtlh recently sold a nice beef to Tas Moran toy 4c per lii Owing to the heavy snopiople have been compelled to stllyat home and news items are scarce t IIIaIaNIMARKETS by Bourbon StCWk Tuurnal- Bourbon Stdckyarda Louisville Dec 13CattlePtinle export steers525q155 shipping steers 4 754v5 25 beef steers 3a6 fat heif 59j4 ns fat cows 3450 cutters 2IXd canners l2 bulls 2 hOi410 feeders a 24 85 stockers 250A 65 choice much cows 356i15 common to fairly good i5i35- CalvesReceipts 76 for the twodays 225 the maret ruled about stead with the best c medIums 57c common 2 15cI HogsReeeipts 474 for the two days 4649 the market opened steady on ac count of light receIpts all weights- se1ected hOI selling at 785 roughs out at725 down the market weakened IS the davjtdvaieed closed very weak and pricesIto morrpw e and Lamb sRecelpl 83 for ISh two days 198 the market riilcd- lSte1Y best fat lambs 5it5 c some fancy higher Ilethunl rrd culls 3ffjSc l fat sheep 2l3e down common iheep hard tosell tit 1ji2 IGHAtN iln Ar u 2 rot nud ionglsrry new s4 ltllll11OJhorl lIth nojtol1IIl mIItln ullllf iottCiRN No 2 wIi1t XOmIXPI t iOA1i t = C 5 Hytc fl- Mlt vtllOi for wheut nit tllll4o W ia1s- trr till qtintiItioni fill Orfi UflI ILre 1iHiprIt Ladies Save Money and Keepin Style by Reading McCalls Magazine and UsiDg McCall Patterns Msgazie will- t4CILI3 MAUJtit belt you tInjpt rl1l Ithi Ill a IIIIIiCi- aiexpensehykeep1n you 1t61H td orIJir- IIlCt tash UII In clothes and twO 6IXJT iaIiin lttgn in each Itic At t11Ullhle JnfoUll3UtJ1 4ijn Ill name per onnl mater flair n yeAr tlllIililltree paitern tutj flfl flrlbe today or end IoJ ortxeeiup1ecojI hlrrlntjScripttflnR nmODJ your friends Sand fur free iremtuni Catalogue sod Cash PrizlI Onr tAu 2j9 9ft SrfiEilJORt THREE MARK TWAIN ITEMS One Ia CharacteristIc Letter From the WsIIKnown Humorist to a Friend Three Interesting Mark Twain Iteml are In the George Beithain lIbrary which will be sold at Andetlion on November 28 One Ia a twopllge let ter Elmira July lJ no year but pre lIumtd to be about 1884 toa rrlfnd named Conway and refers to the publishing house ot Webster Co which Mark Twain founded In 1884 The letter readl hi part We are full clear up to the chin we can handle only two books a year and art now under contract for six We have already declined a book ot my ownno room for It and we could do better anyway My beok was ready nearly a year ago and Is likely to remain ready long time before I get It Into print by our concern The failure of Webster Co It will bo reealled Involved Mark Twain In heavy tossel which he made up tater by the success of his own hook and lectures It Is thought that perhaps the unpublhed book he refers to In his letter was Hu klebery Finn which was Issued In 1884 Another Mark TWaJl lot constat- ot five characterIstic telegramS from hIm to James Redpath 18614 In one ot them he says Notify all hands that tram this date I shall talk nothing bit lelectlons from mr forth eomlDj book Roligbing IL Tried it last night Snita nt tip top Tn another teleram he says about going o Amherst to leotute It I had an other engagement I would rob b ore I woutel till lti- Tharo Is also nn amusIng three pa letter In pencil signed Mark and written In 1869 to James Rod path In It he says r dont want to lecture hi OOkI- Y11 any more This Is the very society I thought that Infernal woman was representing But rye got enough I never wl1 lecture ol1tald of New England again and I never will lecture In Broofdyn at all Sue pend udgment fOU gee me She matla that ad read ts 1 was talking on my own hook and for no eocity SAW THE FUTURE CLEARLY Husband of Naggng WIfe Kn w Exactly Just Wtiat Prospects Life Had for Him Mrs Locke was one ot those amla blA w men who although she loved her family dearly had developed the habit ot nggthg her husband anti children tIr Locke once had occa- slon to cross the Atlantic and on his return hooked hIs passage In a steam or thaLmet with an accident and was MrIsafe after those hours of danger asked a frIend ot the family or other friend who had accompanied Mr LokA his journey He never says the ordinary thing No said the other with a smle he didnt that time I said to hini James we- outtht to make something more ot 1Ve3 from having them spared to us Ic thlll way forI felt pretty olemn I an tell you Ive no doubt James tlit tOO but what he saId was WU 1Iam a good share ot the rest oC my life will he spent In explalnlngto Theodora how I happened to choose that steamer when tlre were dozens withoutIr Whale as Escort jThe story of the porpoIse or whale opinions differ as to the exact specieswhich Is In the habIt ot reg CooksISound and escorting the vessel on her way Is sometimes regarded by tue skeptical armchair traveler as n fable of the Do Rougemont type A recent traveler however has sent to the Fishing Gazette a photograph Qf this remarkable fish accompanied with fl1l1 details The correspondent took a trip from W llington to Nelson on purpose to get n sight ot Pelorus- Jack and he was not disappointed As the ve9sel approached Peleru- siSnird Jeck came nut and hlmself against tho sIde of the vessel like Hat escortcd the vessel for some four Qr lIve minutes rind then llsitppeared A sieeial act n parila- 1n9t was insslby the Nev Zealand thisICurious Old Custm The Swie understand the art of public tJinntmf Ii the COi of ioni- persons there Is however one lraw- hitehr the atfrcllnner ptechf are intcrniiiably long In by one days the people or neri1 teem to have avsnni to a sense of the IlIrtlctJon- cr luiIrttr inner ipeeehct and they hit tIIItiI n itan which is hterel to thht day fcr the purpose ur etittin- goriIr thort when tli y bPCUIne too long A nmn yArlng a becirs skin stands near the spiiker and it the lat tar becomes prcs3 and wanderIng ini- lrkwn out In hIs remarks then th bEHr advances very grately siit 1ust Ian It lavs Iion he orators mouth Ibis method tlJisnder titled so far om thIng of That Nature MISs GuehleghDldnt It seem tQ give you strange tbO18ht ot the other world when you werE up In the clouds far rmevcd from this munlan ISllI161e n ut7YoU hot n did maam I nearly trl1zt to dsstbl t DESCRIBES THEANIMAL MIND Megzzlne Writer Says Aa1Iml and alrd Do Not Have Pwrs el Thought When an animal acts In obedience to Its purely physical need and according to Its anatomlcal structure U- when ducks take to thewliterorhens scratch or hogs root or woodpeckers drill etcwe do not credit It with powers ot thought says John Burroughs In a recent number of the Atlantic These and similar thing antlIals do instinctively Whac the wood mice got Into my cabin the 0th er day and opened two small Jars of- butt4r that had loose Un tops r did not credit them with anything Uke human Intelligence because to use their paws deftlydigging climbing manipulating is natural to mice I have seen a chipmunk come Into a house from his den In the woods and open a pasteboard box with great deft ness and help himself t the nuts inside which ot course he smelled We do not credit a bird with rational telligence when Jt builds its nest no matter how stdlrul1y It may weave or sew or how artfully It mar hide front Its enemies It Is doing precIse- ly as its forebears have done for count less gene atlons Hence ItactsfroIB inherited Impulse But the monkey they WId me about atA the zoological park In Washington that has been seen to select a stiff straw from the bottom of Us cage and use it to illatodge an Insect from a cracks showed a gleath of tree intelU gence It wits an act ot Judgment on the part of the znonk7 akin to human Judgment It like manner the chlm- panzee Mr Hornaday tells about that used the trapeze bar 1w the cage as a lever with which to pry off the hoii- zoatal bars on the side of the cage and otherwise to demolish things nhowed a kind of Intelligence that Is above instinct and quite beyond the capacity say of a dog TRICK BIRDS OF HONG KONG Java Sparrows Tught to Perform Clever StUl1ts for the lenefit of Travelers The famoUs Chinese conjuring birds are Java sparrows At street corners In Hong Kong sedate old Chinese may be seen putting the birds through their tricks for the beneflt of strangers Earh bIrdcage has a slidt g door and Just outside this Is a pack Or lit Ue card vases each containing a picture and a small pot holding halt a dozen grains of rice When the stranger pursuant to the suggestion of the owner hands over the necessary coIn this is placed with the pack of cards at the cage door Then the owner will undo the fasten Ing ot the dqor rhe blnteyel g the coin then the cards thou the coin- ain as it he thought his performance too cheaply valued descends train his perch opens the door with his beak hops out draws a card from the padk and passes It to his master He receives In reward one grain ot rice Tle man takes the little picture fron the case receIved from the bird and hands it to the stranger to iii spec He then returns it to the case accompanied by the tiniest flat slip ot bamboo and shuffles the case up with the rest ot the pack The bird descends selects a case and the stranger opens It to find Itthe identical one containing the bamboo How can this be accounted for The nnlyIo5ih1e way of explathngis that the bamboo slip Is shigty scented p 0Such Is Famsi- Aldrnien iress and Coleman Socialists tell a good one on themselves and their rnrty were out one day posting bills IThey and fencos In the district thE city TheIr work attracted comment from all who happened to pass Two old farmers came along the road and paused to glance at the bills Hey Bill look here shout 41one to the other Hanged it they havent started another political party The story reminds me ot a friend ot mine who was traveling through the inountj1 ot Tennesseo said Alder iiii Welley when the story was told It was at the time that President Garfield died VlIiIe my fiend was passing a cabin nn old woman came to the door Ifea td the news7hc naked No she returnedS hforI The president hui bEen he Is dead t The woman turntd and rushed to ward the barn calling fOhd1rci jfr husband Bill th Andington Ig dead mttke Frot Press rRewod Woman Inventor first ivoman to receive rtcrgni ITh by the Aeron utknlFoclty s Franhi Ralshe of New York who ataUenlmedn16flight tll n Plane partly or her own in- yention the first woman to accophish such work Prrnlclou ActIvity talg4 hear that CbarUeI ana rut prT1thritt MarjorleIshotlld say he was Hs trying J9 tnake two wild oats grow where only one grew beforePuCk The Worst to Come Do you think we have heard the worst of Uie dhcors hi our pvtrr Not yet real the musical man uJu at walt till our glee club g ta t 1Jr3ctll5H f Russells Christmas Offerings ou will Have no tro bJeinSe lec inK our Preseri1 fitn The5FQiIOWiflg List t Diamond BroachesAd Diamond i Watches cJl Fobg 0iiBraches Lorgnetts BriceIets lStick Pins tCulT Bnttol1f Combs Ne kices 4 liWaist Sets Gold Thimbles J Collar Pirs Tea Spoons Table Spoons Knives and Forks 1 Sugat Sheils vSoupo IVd Fork Olive Spoons Salad Forks J Berry Spoons 1tBaby Bpoons tSauvenr Spoons fChild Sets l PearlEa dlaKnives qdfoiSugar Tongs TOilet SetsSManicure Sets- Suspenders Cut Glass Bowls Punch Bowls 0 CI N ppy Cruets Pepper and Saltboxes t Talcum Jars Puff BoxesI11ToothBrushjars SilyerTea Sets U Butter Uishes- a Baking Dishestu Grum IICandle Sucks h Cream and Sugar bo1S Fernery iS 1Shamy Sets JPaby 45 USvriJp StaniTs fe Bread TraaU TralB i Spoon Tray All at Greatly Reduced PFice l I TheSe Goods ard High Class and Will make Valuable Presents Comein Early ndsee my Handsome Display EdMa RJseII- Springfield Ky d 1YJllU ii AS PHAL T- nDOFING THIS sixinchSL asphaltcementS welded joint gives you a continuous one piece roof without a single nailhole through it Made of natural mineral 1asphaltthe best weather No CoalTar SOLD BY George J BegernaunI MANUFACTUREROF Hand Made HrnesSPR- INGFIELD KY The greatest danger from infliejisa s1OgChambeilsCough fluenza but counteracts any teedeecy SeWby St 4 frtf C IR W + ft i j l X FOUR PAQu Ibt4 rifltthIDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 7 ic vliaiE VII SPRINGFIELD feY WEDNESDAY Y DECEMIIEltI4 1910 lU E 2 SCHEMETOSURI iPRISE VBBY A Little Christmas Story That the Dispenser of ngSiVouch S or The customer who had been 1oungins- in the drug store lazIly plucked a hand ful of matches from the match safe slippeda couple of calendars into his ocket for his boy at home and helped himself to the salted peanuts pIled in a glass dIsh above the sponges Take one of those pipe cleaners and a pipe said the genialclerk We thoughtwe might sell them when we put them out but 1 guess wed better be generous and give them away Talking of jokes that ought to he scratched to use a racing term he continued ults occurred Jo me lately tat theres another joke tha ll have to go thats the Christmas s cigar joke IU admit that there was a time when women woo bought cigars fortheirhusbands at this season bought i thembecausetheYfanctedthePicturasonthe you we used to get rid of some Very hard paper at very decent prices It was a shame but If they conceived a liking for the Spaniards on the lids and We told them the truth they were so dISappointed that we let hem go out with a good many tough propositions in the smoke line Thats aU gone by howeverThe husbands are more particular and less easily pleased than they used to be If their wives pay for these cigars theyre beginning to inquire vJ4 in the same of confusIon they were purchased and if theydont pay which is generally the case there are trouble and abuse when the victims I come In to settle So we catch it on both ends and the game wont work now We have to resort to vIolence sometimes to make the women the right thing but nobody who expe c to continue in businesstakes advantag of theitignorance it wont do T remember one night one of them said to me as she was leaving wIth a gorgeous box tucked under her arm Hell be so surprised JHe wIll I muttered to myself when he gets a whiff or two of one ot those stogies hell be the most surprIsed man in then plantations And later learned that he was That man almost insulted me Providence R I Journal Uniform Di vorceLaws Pittsburg Dec 4The uniform divorce law that will be introduced in the next Legislature otrevery State will be prepared by theNational Reform Association at the opening of Its conven tIon in this city tomorrow Itwill also dIscuss the organized attempts to abolish the use ofa BIble in the public schools and discontinue chaplains in Congress and todo atvay with Thanks giving and abolish the judicial oath and repeal laws looking to observance of the SabbathL I Womans Great Ideas is how to make herself attractive But without health it is hard for her to be lovely In face form or temper A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Constipation and Kidney poisI ons show in pimples blotches skinI eruptions and a wretched complexion But Electric Bitters always prove aIgodsend to women who want health beauty and frIends They regulate Sto mach LIver and KIdneys purIfy the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin love complexion good health Try them Wc at Hayden Robertson Ot 5t I 0- J Discount For CASU lam offsrin m Harness andMorse Leeds it most ren arkablr pracess and giving 5 per cSnt discount for Cash sn all Kcads costinA from up WAGON BREECHING 425 5 6 650 and 750JThese Breeching areaU made of leather No paper or cloth filhng in them WAGON LIVES all made 16teet long sewed and riveted linc Line 240 T 18inch Lines 276 WORK l3RIDLES perpair L90 240 265 These BrIdles ail have good large blinds and heat reins cut from g No 1 leather BELLY BANDS l inch wide per pair 85 1g inchwide per pairR 95 2 caches wide pr pair 10pIBACK BANDS wIth snaps good and heavy 2 GOOD SntID l INCH HAMIL STRAPS 2 forRRR25c IIIftiffrlngl11Y chain or wagon harness complet for a llbaraln- 2 tJridle3 1g0 2 PaIr Hames with straps 110 2 Pair Trace Chains extra heavyw 140 2 Collars 500 1 Set of Breeching all leather 425 2 Belly Bands solid leather 85 1 PaIr Lines 16 feet ling 240 Tota1 L i69 Discount for eash J 90 roal L f ii67 1 pair rassels 35 4 Snaps extra 20 Total 165- 5r a will mske the cam lets outfit fr 1600Nowis your opportunity to save onRy It this set doesnt suit ouwe have them heavier With prices In proportion BUGGY IfARNESS per setR 960 and 1150 We have many other styles I gave tree with each set or Harness Ipad 1 hItch rope and 4snaps for buckeng straps and lines y HARNESS OIL thebes ob the market per gallon 75whIle it lasts for only I C I have the most e mplete line of farness Goods ever shown Washington county Call a see for yourself inICan Save You Money on Roofing iegemannMShop in Old Baptist Church t ARELICOFS isANTIQUITY The r once or SpearWhich is Said to Have Pierced the Saviors Side at the Crucifi ion inIknown as the treasury sqr rounded by millions of dollars worth bf crown jewels and the regalia of the Holy Roman Empire is the lance or spear whIch is said to have been used a Roman soldier to pierce the sIde of Our Lord Jesus Christ as He hung upon the cross fhe weapon is of Iron with a lance shaped blade and a hollow socket for the shaft During the reign of Emperor Otho the great a narrow slit was in the center ot the blade Two explanations are glvenone IS that a piece of metal was desired by the archbishop for the cathedral at Prague The other IS that the emperor desIred ttJ make the trophy more holy by insert- Ing m the slit one of the nails that pierced Hiss hand and It is there In making the Incision however thebl dew s slit and the two places have since been bound together by a ligament of gold ThIs lance was used as ascepter- at the coronatIon of the sovereigns of the Holy Roman Empire for several cen turies The heroic value of the relic IS greatly increased by the Circumstance of its miraculous recovery by Godfrey- de Bouillon and other leaders of the first crusade in June 1097 when the ChrIs tian host at Antioch were spending theIr darkest hours and were reduced to boiled fig leaves and ox hIde softened in water for food A young mqnk Peter Bartholomew had a lance which Pierced the Savjorsside was buried in that nelghbo400d It was fdunda tew later mounted and carried at the head of the knights duringthe rernainingCtusade After the fall of Jerusalem it was carried to France and preserved by Louis the great with the crown scepter and sword of Charlemagne Since 1796 It has been in the imperial treasurY at V- Jenns The Indulgent fatherI Hes just a boy not nine years old If L were you 1 wouldnt scold Or punish him for whe thea done He isnt bad just full of fun He didnt know that he was worng alonltWelJHe wont do that again l know My ooy was saucy No sire bet he never meant to be tooTImpaneIllIt was an accident Ill vow He couldnt help it anyhow Why dont I whip him as t should You cant whip boys and make them good And anyhow he doesnt need A whipping Why my heart would bleed To have to thrash him hes so small So loungeHes only eIght thats all He I know but then Hes just a Lay and we are men You cant tell me my boy is bad I dont believe it Im hIS dud I dont care what hes dune today playOrIm for that youngster hhough and through Hes my boy and Im going to see How kind a lather I can be 1Detroit Free Press ChamberIlainsoughly tested during epidemics of influenza and when It is taken in time we have not heard of a single case of pneumonia Sold by Hayden Robertson lheaper to Live Someone who takes a lOSY view ot life gets off the following There are men who argue that living is high but they might try dying A live man gets shaved for ten cents but a dead one pays a dollar and never kicks A good kersey overcoat cost 25 buta wooden one costs 100 A grave digger will plant potatoes for twenty cents an hour but for planting y uhe gets four time as much A carriage to the theatre costs 2 but one to the cemetery cost 5 A saloon keeper will fill your hide to bursting for 50 cents but an embalm er gets 750 for the job Come to think of Jt there are lots of things left to live for in this old world des pite the hIgh prices and the contrary wea there the King at Home IFOJ the past earwe have kept the King of laxativesDr King s New Life Pillsin our home and they have proved It blessing ty Uour writes Paul Matulkaof Buffalo N Y t Easy but sure remedy for aU Stomach Lverl d kidney troubles Only ac at Huydon Robertsons i 3OOOOOO STOCK OF v 4 At Sacrifice Prices FOR CASHMr w 11 Wharton has bought an interest in our business and in order to reduce our stock we will make Sacrifice PriceS on every Item in our house Cuff at 1 Blankets worthup to g Bed worth up to 6 for 400 Blankets up to These are wpol blankets and jobbers prices today Comforts worth from 125 to for85cto 250- Will sell these goods regardless of cost Snits andOveF atsit Cash we will seUSuits and Overcoats at Cost consisting of the wen known makes of Hart Schaffner Marx the Wellwortff Clothesr for Men and HIA Seins imerCosPerfebtion Su i ts and Overcr xvBoys and Childreni I I Our entire stock of Womens Misses clli drens Cloaks will be offered at cost CASH Mens Womens childrens- Shoes and Rubbers at J COATSU1TSItWe have thirtyfive Womans Coat Suits infus sale at cost ranging in price fromE 6aOOtO2OOOA to buy a new suet for little + XMAS PRESENTS Z We have a stock of Goods in + i + Gents and Ladies Fine Umbrellas Mufflers Hos fiery Gloves Handkerchiefs Toilet Articles + and Collar Boxes Glove Boxes Art Goods etc 4S+ that go Reduced PrIces + t WALL PAPER ATHALFPRICE f II BLANKETS Bed for6M0Blankets Bed wortn 5 for350priced less than IloO Bed 400 For and sts for and for Cost rare opportunity money complete Holiday o 4 4 Carpets M atttugs Oil Cloth Li 1 leus ie Lace Curtains Drulfetts and Rugs at Mane tacturers and Importers prIces This sale includes very thing hn our store and YOU cannot afford tomiss the ex l- traordinary low races we are afterran g Our entire stock of tress Goods Gin hams OutingsrFlannellettes Notions etc will be offered at a price for less than they can be bought tThIS is do opportunity to buy goods for less price than you have ever had them offered to l you Come to see us and be convinced Cunningham DuNcan1x r vr r r cr 4 Yc x uar 4hr a tr xt 7 tiTheSpringfie1d Sun H L SMITH Editorand Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKy hack Frost found the corn Ii the The more we read of ballooning the 2aetter e like w alidngA x A few shJvery shakes arb quite excusable these mornIngs Sleeping between blankets has beer 71opular in this winter resort clhnate The airship hanger Is trying to bustrmesS j The tomlnlon Wilderness Is very- aroomy and balloonists wiUhereater avoid Itll t The hobble skirt is making tneeea saryfor 8 good many women to Flef ch erizoh when they walkIUncle Sam Is getting out 5OOOOQO slew dollar bills but youll have to earn l1tyOU want em The hobbles tat women wear are merely an exaggeration of the pegtop- sghat the men more a few years ag- oJtis prettYdlmcult to get peopl- 6rho tno boys of their own to take- a very decided stand against foot l sit seems appropriate that the high ler should demand hgh prices for en gogpIng In their special line orae- if1ty i f The womanwho shot a burglar with tier eyes closed is inclined to be- ilivve that herclos d orbs saved berlife Save your bacon exclaims the CM lagoLTribund Tb tsup to the oth fellowniostt of us havent any ba icontosave ins thoughts run to flying In this particular period of time and yet the manbrds have almost a whole can roW to work in Another lesson learned from tho aviation field if you start out aftej a highfytng record dont4eave your barngraph at home The Treasury Department has do cided to print more dollar bills It ppars to bathe unanimous opInion that they ire needed The number at deer killed this year is said to be smaller thanusual The number ot hunters shot DY mistake comes nearer the average A Chicago woman is suing her Jiua bands atflblty for25OOO damages Some people are always trying to make It unpleasant foraflnltles Bandits who held up a traIn in which a number of millionaires were traveling in New MeXico got 1120 The porter had probably beaten them to it The name of the new King of Slam iCho Wt Maha yanjravauch Carry ng hat name around should have 4given him the practice he needs to bo strong king One of the phys clans claims that eurgitathose o erations which make work t ror the undertaker- It is not absolutely necessary to got fa Europe to lave ones mind broad tined by travel On Chlcagos streets- many vagaries of fashion can be seen nvaikingup and down A Des Moines man who tried to s 1coniinit suicide with a razorwns saved hiss double chin This however wont make the double chin popular riI those who have one The woman who keeps a pet boa i onstrictor 11 feet1ong cannot justly blame her husband iflie puts himself it condition for seetng a largo num ber ot other varietiesof snakes i Chicago sto have a theater which make a special appeal to the t0l4nThe management will doubt iJ Ssd 1S ome la aDs of keeping thealeacts Thc people of Portugal are inclined to tbink they would llko a government naieted alter that ot the United sia6 Evidently they dont believe ilrtbat has been said about this govrnmcntr i x statesman ofrIidlann proposes to i isMAline young girls for giggling t WbY rot abolish the tribe of young iris altogether That would be the effecttverethoal ofnccompsl1fn tho first purpose- tic aviator las as yqt been fined or sxeeedin the altitude limit t a Seine inventor would do the world igrea servico and he might at the me time become very rich by in- Vltingsome way to conserve the nergy of those tropical atorcns The River Jordan is to bee utilired- tfpr irrigation and the levelppnienl of- electric power It is hoped however that there wlll be enough water left lt to keepthe Dead Sea rrom bot- Jy doming a mere hole to the graudr t r ItiSmHP YGHR THA EAlr SEYYINC GLY OISF QY CAPOJ Lion is now being built to meet the everincreaslng demand In this fountaInhead ot holiday trophies there are employed more than 300 persons many of thorn highsalaried desIgners engravers and color printers Fully twothlrds of the force or workers ta made up of girls md young women for despite all the wonderful machines which have been Invented of latB years to help In the manu facture of Christmas novelties a large part of the work must yet be done by hand and In this dert feminine fingers are to be preferred to wrens handiwork It may surprise some people to learn that a manufactory of ChrIstmas cards and like novelties is busy all the year round One Christmas has no sooner passed into history than the designers are busy trying to evolve new conceits and novelties of various kinds for the next December trade and using the record ot sales for Kindness Toward Our Fellow Men Toward the Needy and the Lowly Is Its Message The old message of goodwill toward men Is the Christmas spirit and the nope Is that all have been cultivating that spirit aU the year long If some have not however thIs week is their opportunity to secure least a fringe or it The birth ot Jesus of Nazareth is the specltil occasion of the festival but all are agreed that the best way to celebrate that momentouS event is by keeping the old message of good will to men fresh and active in the hearts pf all To be plain and brIef the spirit ot Christmas is kindness toward our fellow mentoward the needy the lonely the unfortunates in our civi Nations complex life Christmas is the one great festival of the eutfe Christian world and no- one keeps It who does root imbibe that of kindness Vhich was angels ot Bethlehem tanpfa iinina tIt 8Nza =k J i i = I 7 l didi ttf7 r t r = C r cHRiTHR OLT ChriwhThe MPAGXNC GYRSTM1rS C1PJ ra ikthi AT WORK it the holidays just past xN to guido thorn in their efforts by the evi denco it affords of the trend of the over changing public taste Nor the busy sea i sontho rush per weeks before Christ mas as many might j suppose On the eon trary it Is during the mIdsummer Yhen most or uS are the hearth of july and enjoying an August vacation the workers in the Christmas card factory are tolling night and day to got OUt cards the like Otandwith pictures of snow scenes received almost up course emergency orders are but the great bulk of Christmas now cities must be In the hands of the dealers four months In advance ot the day they are to b placed on sale added that by no means wonder workers are low priced Wo are think ot Christmas novelties as costing no more than a quarter apIece at the outsIde ind yet among the hundreds of different designs produced by a big each year will bo round holiday that retail at prices ranging aU the way from one cent to 10 Yet the profits of the come from the low price goods and there Is ever n feverish quest for sounded the note or peace to men ot good will and this note hs gone on gathering strength and university down through the ages AU the ceremonials on Christmas day are out ranked by the general feeling and desire to Increase the happiness of others For Is what tho ChrIst mas spIrit is It is not the cost or the girt that counts but the spirit that goes with it The world Is growing kindlier and better and this is why each succeeding is greater than any that went before Christmas and Santa Chtus and the joy of children and the brightening of the the less fortunate are ati grettt living facts and It Is these facts that constitute the spirit of Christmas Whoever has that spirit within pis breast has the true key to Christmas with all Its joys and happiness When They Operate To remove the Adams apple WiU cure those who are insane Say the doctors Dont they s dntora Always give man s pa1ri7 r lRl5WYUnRIiYQ fRJTMAS CARD activityY r celebrating toChristmas lereIl theseallmanufactory remembrances manufacturers principally Christmas livesof IICBVTT BOUT CHRJTHl lOYffTeS8o novelties The souvenir post card craze was the biggest thIng the manufacturers ever encountered and for nil that one American factory has prepared 20000000 post cards for thIs years trade It Is realized that the tad has seen its best days and the manufacturers are now hunting high and low for something to take its place The most promIsing prospect la found hitbe little Christmas seals stamps or sUckers for packages and hitters which have come to have such a vogue of late years and are now being manufactured by the dozens of mil lions a year There are some seven or eIght main operations In the manufacture of a novelty such as a Christ mas card or an ornamental calendar First of all comes the designing or the making of a preliminary sketch the obJector which Is to show how the com pleted novelty will look This sketch may be paint ed in water color made with the aid of an airbrush or formed by pasting together In a new arrnn ement details taken from other novelties When a design is approved it goes to the fire producing room where arrangements are made for manufacture in quantity Next comes the prop aratlon or the printing plates dies etc and thIs is followed by the actual printing in quantity Some oithe presses are big enough to print 64 ChrIstmas cards at a time but some of the more elaborate cards must bo run through the presses ten or a dozen times in order to obtain the desired color combinations Cardboard novelties must be cut and then stamped or pressed Into shape The Christman seals above mentioned are punched by hand or by means of machinery The arrangement ot the various pIeces that go to make up a novelty the adjustments of silken cords the tying or rIb- bons etc aU come In a process known as manu factureFinall the cards or novelties are packed in wOoden or pasteboard boxes aU ready to be displayed ort the counters or the stores as soon as the holiday spirit in the aIr proclaims the approach of the principal holiday of the year THE TRUE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT CONVWIALITV OF CHRISTMAS I at that Holiday Season Moves Judge to Be Lenient TowardsJOld Toper At a dinner to Denver Judge Ben D Lindsey told n story about Christmas convivIality There used to be an old fellow of 60 he said who got arrested about twice a week for convIvIality He was always haled before Magistrate Blank and as the magistrate was about too a queer kind of comradeship at most friendshIp arose between the tsvo men uIn the laid autumn the toper was called away from Denver He did not return till Christmas time Th9 convivial Christmas spirit in the crisp Denver air was ot course too much for him and the day after his return he was haled before the usual magic trateon the usual charge The magistrate in the greenfec toonvdcourt room felt kindly and for giving Well George he said iothe pile- on erlo are hero again at 1ast Oh 2 Yes your honor said old George humbly Youve been away somo time havent you Yes your honornigh on to three months And how man times George did you get drunk during that period l I dont like to say your honor old George faltered before all these here people Well said the mag1stratetak paper and pencIIand So George wrote and the paper was passed up to the magistrate whc looked nt it and said th well tea the Christmas seaS son and sInce you Were aways three months George and only got drunk 16 times Ill let you oft Thank you judge said old George as he left the dock You looked at the paper upside down though The men who spend their stawtance- In riotous living are generally is onel who look for riots to lit it back agafq- HAAPOWUERRUOM 1 Old Beverly Church Constructedr With a Magazine 1r Towns Ammunition Stored for Safe Keeplhg In unita rlan Structuer No Fires Ever Klndied j ti In Meeting House Beverly MasThe Unitarian church of Beverly Is located on Cabot street in the central part or the city For some years the parish was connected with Salem In the winter of 1666 the people pf the Beverly parish sent a petition toe the Salem people stating that they wished to forma parIsh or their own In Beverly and to recta house or worship The petition was received It was signed by Roger Conant and 48 other church members On July 4 1667 the subJect of then petition was again considered and unanimous consent was given Aug 281 of the same year Mr Hale accepted call and on Sept 27 he was ordained Previous to the ordination exercises- the church was organized The following provision was made by the society for Dr Hales supports His salary was to be 70 a year with X 30 cords of firewood It was further agdeed that he should have the uSe of anew house twd acres ot1and to be fenced in as much meadow as bore about four loads of hay and the benefit Qt the pasturing during the time that haremained with them lIb the mliilIn 1690 Mr Hale was Invited by the general court to join the egpedltion against Canada as chaplain Thii tW 81 strongly objected to on thetpart of the parish but the objection did not itJ seem to have weight and he went Mr le died May 1b 1700 ald Thomas Blower or Cambridge succeeded hIm being ordained Oct 36 170L The first meeting house was built inJ656 near the site of the present vestry The second meetinghouSe was built in 1682 ion the alto of the resent church The house was used for the transaction of pubUcbusin ss dln 17278 powder room was built L J = = r 00 Unitarian Church at Beverly for the safe keeping Qf the ammunl- tion of the1town No ilrea were ever kindled In the meets house so it was considered a safe place for the storage of the powder In 1766 the population or the parish was about 17Q souls and it bOcame apparent that a larger edifice was needed butit was not until 1770 that the old house was taken down to make room for new one The new house was built and lb 1796 it was enlarged In 1835 U was again enlarged at a cost of x10000 the whole strnc turn being taken down with the exception or the stout oaken frame ands rebuilt In Its present form Sher- church still stands and Is in tlrstclass conditionf REWARD AFTER MANY YEARS A Modest Hero Gets a Gold Me- From a Uncle Sam for Life Savlrg Bravery Washington After 32 years ofwaiting James Cummings of Custer Mich a quiet hero too modest to teal of his own bravery has received from the treasury department a goldrnedah tor his part In saving 44 Itves from the wreck of the grain barge Butler off udington Michon November 1 1878 Cummings was the engineer on the government harbor tug Colonel Gin ham In a raw NQtember gale the Butler wont down h 18 feeloC water when the cargo shifted and drove the crew of 44 into the rigging the men hung a night and a day theiIIIcy water breaking over them When Capt FrederIck Kendrick of the Graham volunteered to tow a life boat out to the wreck and the masters or sturdier craft had shaken their heads rtnd declared ita lost lope Cum mings down in the dark hold of the tug stood by the throttle and encouraged his firemen In a sea that threat oned to swamp the tug and carried ofY the lifeboat they fought to the lee side of the wreck and took oU the men apt KendrIck got a medallmmed ately but the engineer below waS forgotten until epresentatlve James McLaughlin recently beard oi his ens and brought itto the attention or the treasury department- Women J Wish to Mar hamINow Yo kHub rt LI Frenchayiat r is Sfi1C8 6he has been tn thIs couatf rnorethaa 40 wumeu have scut kiwi propQsa1 ot tmarriage l it rrIi t a t l t t F7 t5C s HEN Christmas bells are rIngIng merrily off Christ W mas eve it is pleasant tA thinly that the whole world celebrating and that as long as the human family Matt been on earth it has made merry ata mldwinter feast The lit le children in pour house or mine and the little children across the street are just like other little chil dren in Russia In Norway In France and tn Italy or the German Fattier land Who bave made ready for their christmas trees when the winters sun has set and the Christina stars are fnfngoverhead t th4 time that the Holy Babe lay fnt mSader In Bethlehem to be the Chris as Babe for the Christian celebratingtheirwands as we Christmas trees ot tours with a difference But just the ame hey were celebrating the mid wintefeatlvnl They danced and sang ye gifts and hung wreaths iWhllecros the Alps to the north the Wild unman was chasing tlie W ds tDbe the terror of naughty children nlll The q ristmas tree honored cause it as evergreen gained fresh honors pie adorned with tapers The evergreen as eternal and the jollyIHow thin children love talk about tbeforcland and to trim I r to ge the gifts from its terladen bong In Germs Ilythe whole hold goes to church In many villages the church is left In darkness and the WorshIpers carry lighted candles corn ling In one by one uitil It Is abrU tant sight When the season is over P1 old bymas are sung Esjst der g des Herm and Christmas greet fags are b on every side TheJulafredor peeyf Christmas 1s publicly proelnimed In Sweden and Norway The churches are decorated and the children are the first to enter tn the gray of thee early morning No oLe is forgotten The poor are raI membered with food and clothing and best of all the little brothers of the air the birds have a tree hung with a sheaf of wheat for Christmas cheer In olland feasting prevails as Ita childrensetwind not unn Is forgotten The prae ttce of feeding petss and birds is gen eraliIn Servfa said in Bulgaria no one crosses a strange threshold tttt can be avoided Fr nds rejoice together the little chUdr n dance and sing and gifts are excha ged An ancient ceremony has to e performed by the head of every ousehold Before a mouthful ot food s eaten early in the morning corn isa ed in a stocking and the chief of tl family sprinkles a little before the h useholder saying Christ Is born tohlch one of the fanilly replies Ho Is born indeed Then the house fath has to wlsl3 and advancing to th burning logs on the hearth he strikes them until tho sparks fly upward with t good wish for the horses ther for the cat tIes the calves a d the goats and so on through the a tire band of stock an the farm cone udlng with a q eclai anti an e tra blow upon he embers of the to fora plentiful rvest In this ma ner the gads ot- ture n are appease 4 Then the ashes containing tba ishare collected and buried secre As for the Yule logs they are no Permitted to burn entirely away bu the fire being ex tinguished the b nt ends are placed rn the Clefts of rust trees so as to ensure a bound crop In out oft way corners of the world the t veler has met proces slons goln about on Christmas eve giving gi s the earth to the stream to flu trees and the priest with a cons of Incense invoking blesslxggs on e harvests which are to come en the winter Is over The receiving of gIfts seems to be the passing of a later day At Lyons in France the Foundlings Home has a beautiful custom A handsome era die Is placed at the door and the for saken infant laid therein Is afterwarda treated with great consideration as the gift of the Christ chIld at the blessed season The more playful customs ot putting hats about for presents as French children do of baskets which Italian children make Of girt boxes and the tour of St Nick presil everYwhere Even in the tropics Christmas Is ob served as it the cold snow lay round about Mexico has many beautiful customs and Catholic countrIes nev er forget the feast of to Babe In the Manger In church 1 M McCAULEY THE SOCIETY KID With tears In her eyes little Polly Sat under n big wreath of hotly Rhen they asked why she crIed Santy brought she replied Not a bowwow bnt only a dolly I = l j = ==8 = == S M Whni 11eft i- 1tClj c And thou Bethlehem in the land oJuda art notleast among tl f Minces of Juda Matthew II 6 O little town of Bethlehem how still we it see thee lle t The song brings bach the silent peace of 1 K Christmases prone by rj j Brtngsbach the olden mystery and sets f the mean athrill With fancies of the snowdraped firs that Jit nodded ont1e hUll it Wlth memories of ruddy lights that night aglowff windows flung their banners on the snow thetgo byO Ff The stars above the little town were very far and high I i They marched triumphantly from lands whereof a boy dream tj 1t To other lands that beckoned him with V h dawns enchanting gleam r But under all the silent stars that marched 7t f from east to west The little townthe little towncon tented r t i was at rest t1 Yet in thy dark stress srineth the ever lasting light The mellow blaze of mory sun leaps Et serenely bright 1And through its wOndrous ziecromence- the bare trees it illumesfy All phi and white are racijant with snoWY r apple blooms i = Whose petals When the winter winds the branches sway and lift jftr Float dreamily away away to pIle in drift on drift a 1rI xThe hopes ad fears of all the years are 4 met in thee tonight miWAX emet in every little town seen in the I iY Christmas lightf Forl1 neof but muses now when this7 old sgng 23 ung or all the ble ins that were his when head and were young And miserultci he counts his store of treasures f r of them He builds anew at Christmas time hisz tovm of Bethlehem 1210 by W 0 Chapmaa ICopyright r qys t Qrishllas Eve Christmas eve And a bluster night almOst blinding the sight EddYing winds shift to and fro And toss from the chimneys smoke douds low On the street 1s heard a noisy throng Of plensurebent shoppers hurrying along Laden andttTo gladden the heartS of girls and boys Let the wIntry winds moan onand sIgh g Through the forests and sing their Naath hollywreatheli branch nd mistletoe I rest and sleep while the tempests bloW C rlstnias eve And the sound of bell Yuletide harmonies break and swell And sing of a Babe in Bethlehem Born In a mangerSaviour of men E A Fergerson ftpJlil fl iI a iChristmas In- I Odd Corners Yuletide Recollections ofa Traveler g T W h has been my lot to spend f a many ofmYChrlstmases In toreign lands I recall one rj dismal holiday spent in a filthy posthouse on the Great Post Road at Nun Udinsk now in these days of the transSiberian railway a place of some Importance I Was alone on my way from Petersburg to Irkutsk Oil the previous day r bpd overtaken a convoy of prisoners in chains and as on the morning of the Russian Christmas day I was sitting by the high brick stove I saFt the Cossacks and their despairing charges arrive- rememberI walking and talking with several of them in that wilderness ot newly fallen snow Most of then were or said they were victims of the unscrupulous agents provoca tears of the government and all seemed bitter against the czar and his advisersas indeed they well might be- Another Christmas ot the Greek calendar I spent In Servlaln Belgrade the capital of that gallant Ute tle state the powdermagazlne of the Balkans It was a cold bright sunny day and an air of festivity was every where The service to the cathedral cabinetiwas a brilliant affair and after a strbll in the delightful Kalemegdan garden overlooking the Danube I lunched with my friend the minister or justice and his charmIng American wife The streets were hung with flags exchanges opresents and flow ers were universal and many were the quaInt Serb customs The twentyfilth of December three years ago I spent wearily In the stuffy restaurant car of the Nord express between Paris and Petersburg Again I was atone and I remember as we steamed out of Vilna station to the great plain towards Dunaburgl the chef of that celebrated express produced his triumphan English pud ding with a small piece of holly stuck In the top My fellow passengers be lIng aU foreigners failed to appreciate ttBut J did Another m morable holiday was that I passed in ilie reindeerskin hut of a Laplander halfway between Alexan drovskand Kandalaksha I was tray cling by sled I had left Kirkenaes- on an arm ot the Arctic ocean a month before and was now working my way south toward Archangel I produced a bottle of muchshaken port wine In honor of the occasion and poured out a glass for my host He was very suspicious of It and compelled me to swallow mine first Then he sipped his and pulled a wry face His wife tasted it and sniffed suspiciously and afterward the ser vants bpt all declared It was some horrid English decoctionsome tine it must be they said medlJ never bore tasted wine They never seen a bunch of grapes never a rose and never even a tree One Yuletide dinner I ate at Ciros at Monte Carlo where the fooling was fast and furious and with my friends I watched the tables afterwards pplng across at the Hotel du Paris mia rec a Present from the monster treeWiltiam Le Queux CHRISTMAS PROVERBS A tare They are sick that surfeit with too much as they that starve with nothinG S The gadding vine must be of the Christmas variety for that splendid tendril Is creeping through the whole earth I bo mirror Qf all courtesy should bepoUshdd on Christmas day 1 uA royal train believe meifs tho reindeer eQuipage of good old St Nick t fr How December 25 Was 1 i Chosen i II11- How many people know why Christ mas came to taU on December 25 Everybody knows that it is the day celebrated alike by the Catholic Proto estant and Greek churches as the nativity of Christ yet nobody knows It it Is the actual date The uncertaintYls due to the prejudice of early Christians against the celebrations of birthdays They regarded such Ii custom as heathenish and made no exception even to the Saviorsbirthday It was not until ChrIstianity had trIumphed three centuries later that the prejudice against the observance of birthdays died out and an investl- gatton as to tie date of Christs birth day was begun- Julius pope or bishop of Rome asked St In 38Gto ascertain the real mnlversary of the nativity St Cyril reported the date to be Decem ber 25 to the best of his knowledge after txtensivo research and the date was accepted by Julius and promulgated as the anniversary of Christs birth Before the end of the fifth century the date was accepted by aU Christendom January April 20 March 20 and March 29 are some of the dates that were serious contenders fer the die Unctlon before December 25 received the seal of Julius approval Even after the date was generally accepted by aU Christian nations the holiday had Us struggles The Eng- lIsh roundhead parliament ot 1643 abolished Christmas and for 12 years It Was not observed In England Roy alty gained the cendency however and ChrIstmas was reestablished aQ a national holiday- Governor Bradford of Plymouth in 1621 history says had occasion to re buke some young men who had come over in the ship Fortune following In the trail of the Mayflower because their consciences would not allow them to work on Christmas with their sterner Puritan brothers In 1669 the general coqrtof Massa chusetts passed a law fixing a fine of five shillings against anyone who should by abstinence from labor feasting or any other method observe Christmas rIN1NIMrIrIrIMINI CHRISTMAS JIBES ONIrIIHNININIrININIrI WMnrlnNlrlNIrlNIrulNIr1011 All Paid For tpatj70uvepaid for remarked the man in the corner of the city train to the lean lilt dlvldual slttingby hIs sIde Yes paid for the last of them yes replyI oven begun Ive got to buy Oh neither have we for this year My wife was speaking of last years presents Santa Is Easy Bobby on Christmas morning Where does Santa Claus get aU his things mamm- a3iamhaOh he buys them Bobby Well he must be a jay to onII At this season thoughts of boys lightly run to Santa Claus r r Where They Come From Guest dining at merry Christmas partyTommy where do turkeys come from 7 Tommy pointing to that on the ta bieuDunno but ma got this one from a tramp for shilling cause he said he stole it Didnt hema J HOLLY SUPERSTITIONS Into the house before Christmas eve and unlucky to take It out before Laudlemaa or toe put any Christmas decorations into the fire HerrIck however says that they should bo- qurnt but not until Candlemds eve and the Christmas brand should b quenched and laid by till next year This same brand Devonshire folk of today prefer to burn oat in spite of Herrick but Instead of an oak log It is rin ashen faggota sheaf of ash twigs bound round with five or ten strands of straw As each strand burns through the guests who sit around the hearth must call for cider drInk a Merry Christmas nland to follow fl Dri rdiiesC- FIrLrtmaf Giff J3elie IsItrr21atCl aCTOR Fordney came out of the big department store 1deposited an armful ot packages In his runabout and then started to pay the last visit on his daily round It was the afternoon before Christ mas but the young physicians heart Baas not filled with the prover1lalhol may cheer Good will he had toward all men but not toward all women One little spot of resentment lurked in bls thoughts of June Leigh She had accepted his tender devo Lion with downcast eyes and an en trancing air of demureiless and timid ity combined Then BuddenlY she had been transformed into the most wildefing ot coquettes openly flirt 11fg with a man the doctor detested At speedlimit ratehe drove his machine Into the poorest of the poor stoppedbeoreknocked and then opened the door A pale anxiouseyed woman came for ward He held upa cautioning finger and smiled as he deposited his load ot toys Ina corner I see you have the wherewith for a Christmas dinner tomorrow he said glancing at a chicken on the table A young lady brought usa basket of good things from the Aid society she replied smiling happily as she preceded him intothe adjoining room A delicate little face with wan eyes looked up from the pillow t You are better little Lou he asserted taking the tnyhandI in his Its the thought of Christmas Yes and a lovely young lady brought us a Christmas dinner and theres jelly and pIe She is coming again tomorrow to see it Santa Claus came r dont think he will though You must have faith in him and believe that he will come assured the doctor You see he makes a 1lstake once in a while but he miss you twice I feel sure that he will ome- On do you If I c6uld only see him Do you think ho would care lI remained awake 1 asked the quaint little invalid Web you know be generally comes when everyone Is asleep Jut maybe since you are sick and because he forgot you last year he may come here first early in the evenIng and let you See him UOh cried the child ecstatically Maybe heIlhave a Christmas tree here for you said the doctor his 1m- agipatidn taking lofty flights The childs eyes gleamed osheslgbedtThat would be too beautiful The doctor asked a few questions left some more medicIne and then beckoned the mother to follow him into the outer room I will send a little tree and all the trappings as soon as I get back to the city You have It all trimmed up and lighted at six oclock Then Ill come in and be Santa Claus Oh you muse t do so much she protested looking at the many par cels I have no one in the world to do anything for he said earnestly so you will be giving me all the Christ mas cheer I shall g tby letting me- d9 this And more than that it will do little Lou more good than a load ot medicine He returned to tthe city fbr another shopping expedition and promptly at six oclock he was back at the little home On the doorstep he sUpped In rr toa big fur oat aQJWted a bean and the usual Santa Claus maken Then be softly opened the door aid slipped in He gave an approving glance at the gailydecorateti brllliant- lylighted little use to which MrL El= lls was putting the last touches That is finoIe exclaim ed The young lady came back with a doll for Lou and when I told her what yotl had done she stayed and fixed It for me She waS here all the after ncan stringing cranberries and popcorn and making candy bags Tl1 slip behind the tree now and you bring the little girl out She wont be afraid of me will she Oh no she loves Santa Claus The doctor was more than repaid for life efforts by the cry of delight that issued from Lou when her mother brought her from the bedroom atpropped her up is pillows In an oW rocking chair I Oyldnt find you last year satct Santa Claus inagrutr Jut tender voice but I have brought yQ enough thisyear tq make up The tree was nearly tripped before Doctor Fordney discovered a tiny blue envelope addressed to Santa Claus illt a handwriting that made hIS heart beats quicken He opened 1t and by the light of a tinycandid read that which made his Christmas eve an eve of beauty And this Is the last little LooUsaid carrying her la picture book Santa Claus you wont forget bliss Leigh the rlun lady who brought us the Christmas mer she pleaded LittleLou I tut going there right w Couldr1rt Find You Last Yeast sail Santa Ciauc from here Sheshal1 have everything she wants And you wont forget Doctor Ford noy NoIUgive hIm the best ChrIsrr- mas he ever had But Santa Claus wont some one give you a presenUI A beautiful lady isgoing to give me the loveliest gift In the whela world tonight be saitL Oh T am so glad t wish l could do something for you for hlIthe things you have brought me liWe Lou Inhaltdhour wIiIyoh go Ito bed and sbuqyour eyes tight and trY not W think ot your presents or the tree or Qt1I18 until morning He stooped to receive the imprInt ofbaby lips and to feel the iingeri rg pressure of soft arms about hI deck Copyright 191111 The kingdom of Pod has alreadY come in nature in the worlds beyond in everythll1 save the beaits of meet =Rev D H Ogden Jres terian Atlanta Galr BETWEEN TWO FIRES II I t j ii f lcP cjTHE SPRINGFIELD SUNDN SDA Y DECEMBER 14 19IO 1 PLANTERS LOOSE LEAF WAREhOUSE- t i SPRINGFIELDfKY f TANDY QUISENBERRY CO Proprietors i DAILY AUCTION SALES WELL LIGHTED SALES FLOOR I solicit Dp orall of your patronage and will guarantee that your interests will be carefully looked after QUISENBIERRYJMllnagerfCORNISIIVILLE Rev 0 w Young preached hts fare- Well sermon for the resent here last SUnday His sUbject was Last Op- portunitis He had saved his best- for the last Rev G T ClauIlchis expected to be atthe Baptist Church on the 3d Sunday at 1lA M and Saturday evening presehing at2 30PM The new pike has been completed r nom this point to Mr James Cloyds a long Mr felt needaSunday visiting his sister Mrs Noe There is quite a number of new phones being added to our exchange and some- reem to think tt will require another circuit from here to Harrorlsburg to accommodate the public Mr Egbert Mortis and wife of Frank fort are visitmg his parents and other relations herethis week v Mr Robert Shelton chartered car and took the remainder of his effect- sigttat the sale to Dekeb Illinois lac- week His family Will follow ma short time Mr Ad Carters aged about 89 is confined to hiS bed with a complication of diseases sn4imt expected to survive but a short time f Mr Tom Adkison has bought the property built by lJrunes Shewmak and is going to keep store officersSaturday was made Consul and W H De13aun Clerk the A sprained ankle will usually dIsable injured person for three or fou r We k8 This is due to tack of r LIntmentisinthreeor four days This liniment IS remarkablepreparations Robertson CARDWIlL Mr George Lowry returned home after a two months stay lD I1bnoisc poortown1Bible school house every Saturday night with a large crowd in attendance We were expecting the Tabtow spel ling class to come to 1lt Freedom church last ThUrsday to spell against us but didnt come SuPnose they were afraid otus Mrs Amandy Sims spent Sunday with her brother Mr Squire Masters MISS Ollie Voris is very ill with pneu monia Mr Robert Lay and family movpd out of our vicinity last Saturday into the Cornishville vicinity There will be seyerl new telephones t put in near Cardwell in the near future Jf you are suffering from biliousness headachesend to Chamberlain Medicine Co Des Moines Iawlth your name and ad dress plainly on the back and they will Chamberxtson FOR SALEf MILLERSSHRINGS And 25 cres of Landr On the Bells Forts and Geths mane turnpike about J mi es South of New Hope Kentucky This place at a small cost can be made n ideal summer resortL tAlso a Farm of 18712 Acres fi Hear New Hops Ky withan out buildlnLs about on half land Ii creek bottom and Is the bis farm in Nelson county ifthe price for Which I em offering lt Ip yto H RMAS RSONJ KytDEEPlREEK The people of this neighborhood are very busy stripping tobacco and getting It ready for the market Mr and Mrs W B Elliott and wife and two children Alms and Florence were guests of Mr and Mrs Anderson Holderman last Monday Mr and Mrs Henry Carpenter entertained Mrs Annie White andMr and Mrs Willie Carpenter Sunday last Mr and Mrs John Wallace and Mr Sarah and Miss Ola Holderman of your town and Mr and Mrs Andersonlot GESSOCHICKENClfARCOAL Keep Sickness Out of Your Poultry Yard The best wayJo keep ddrnw out of your poultry yards to keep sotiickcn Charcoal where your birds cU set k whenever they want i- tEsso Chicken Charcoal is as neceuary for the health of your poultry eti grit We can furiUsb you with any quantity you wart and there u nothing you toss feed your birds for anything like as low cost as Esso Chicken charcoal that will keep them iaaa good caadtioa For Sale YLEO HAYDON detman were guests of Mr and Mn George Elliott recently Oda Coyle and wife spent last Sunday with Mt and Mrs Bin Coyle Mrs Laura Reynolds IS sick at this writing with pneumonia We hope she may speedily recover Grover Elliott has returned from Danville where he spents borneI days wIth his father J H Elliott The little son ofShelvey Arnold Mar tin Lee is spending several weeks WIth hIs grandparents Mr and Mrs John Mathley J C M artin of Aliceton was the nest of hl sister Mrs J S Coyle on last Thursday night epentlastJensenton WE PRINT SALE BILLS AND P RIKT TtttM RIG- HTPOSTED warninglolands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute aU offenders to flllest especiallySAM PHILLIPPS r f duo PARROTT BROS 2 miles E of town R L BRADY r f d no 3 G weCOOANOU HERr f d no 4 c J HAYDON City P S BARBER r f d no 1 IT A GRUNDY r f d no1G- RTJNDY ORPHANS HOME H B WATERS r t d no 4 W G GRUNDY r f d nol JOHN BASEL MULLICAN r Cd no 1 MRS J W KELLY JOHN Yo MAYES MRS SUE KNOTT r f d no JOHN F SIMMS 4II1 B W NEIKIRK i d No 4 columndnring l i4A ij SAIEO- FLandI Stockl1willofferat public auction on f Thursday December 15 1910 M arm known as the Armstrong place located ou the Bardstown and Bloomfield turnpike 8 mil from the former and 4 miles from the latter at the intersection of the county road ThIs is one ot the mostdesirable farms in Nelson countss md contains 184 acres in high state of cultivation Abo- worthonehalf of farm is virgin soilnow in blue grass Has on itt about 2000 of timber new 12 acre tobacco barn built this ear large stock barn with silo attached and fine residence that cost near y much as the whole farm wiUse for A brick tenement house and other outbuildings It is limestone land and well watered and is tNo r stock grain and tobacco farm Vill also offer about zo head of good dairy cows some fresh others to be fresh in January about 4yearoFsad sorrelmare mules c ah4vear o1d horse mules about 6o head of sheep about 35 head ofnogs andsome outside stocks bearioSitste gili1at 1000 click e m Farm to beseld immediately after diaper WIH CLEVELAND I fn ftt t 1 t GERMS IN HER SYSTEMS Every Woman Shoal J Read This Advice end the Generous Of fer That Goes With IL The number of diseases peculiar tQ women is such that we believe thiS space would hardly contain a mere mention of their names and it is a fact that catarrjhalnatureIS a trace catarrh in her sys tern Some women think there is no help for them We positively declare this to be a mistaken idea We are so sure of this that we offer to supply medicine mIstancetion or does not substantiate our claims womanjShDUl There is only one way to cure catarrh That way is through the blood You may use an the snuffs douches or lik remedies for years without getting rosy CatarJbIly in discharges from mucous memo asISlstedcure 100 be effected That mternal treatment should be sCientifically devised and faithfully administered RexaU Mucu Tone is sCientifically pre pared from the prescription of an ems neat physician who for thirty yea rs made catarrh his specialty This rem edy Is admIrably adapt d to the mentof the catarrhal ailments ot w men It purifies and enriches the blood tends to stop mucous discharges aid in removing impurities from thesystem soothes heals ansi strengthens the cous tiESUes and gyroga about a feelin- of health and strength We want you to try Rexall MUcuTone on our guarantee If you are not benI efited or for any reason not satisfied simply tell us and we will hand back your money Rexall MucuTone comes in two sizes 60 cents and 100 Re RemeIdiesdon Wtllett Drug store SUISORIQEAS FREE COLUMN c L BradY Rt 3 has for sale 200 bushels of good orchard grass aeed 200 per bushel About 100 Kentucky River water ma pie shale trees for sale by T J Graves atl5c 2Oc and 25c each Thorough bred Leghorn pullets 60 cents each Thoroughbred Lehorn n roosters beauties 75 cents AIs bronze turkeys reasonable in price fo sale at W C Rays Rt 3 Lebanon KyI purebrednersnone better m the Statelarge bone and fine plumage Tom 500hens 300 Springfield Rt 5 phone 99 Mrs C N Willett Rt 2 has tan sale S p Brown Leghorns 100 each and pure bred Naraxuansett tnrk ys3IJfor gobblers hens 2 5 Mrs John R McElroy City has for sale pure bred Minorca cockerels 1C eachAIs verY high bred bron turkeys none better 350 tor toma 300 for henstMiss Julia Parrott Rt 3 has for sale pure bred Bourbon RedTurkeVf 200 for Hens 300 for Toms IH A Grinstead City wishes to buy of good timothy hay Telephone sixty Cwo 62 Mrs J R Barber Rt 2 has for sale Pure Bred Bronze Goblins and Silver Lace Wyandotte Cockerels SOc eac h Mrs H J her Texas Ky Tins for sale S C whIte Ieghorncoche r els 100 each Mrs C L Mudd Rt 2 has for sale thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys saleesQp seen r e per fuor be each Also a few tf Mrs L Brady g stuck at SOe allMrs Sam Tucker rt 1 has for sale Island Red cockert1s and pullets 1 each untiLJan1 Mrs Irvine Lynch Lebanon Rt 3 ldhas for sale Pure Bred Brown Leghon erels and some nice hen biro C L Brady Rt 3hnsJor sale Barred Plymouth Rock CockerelsLOO each l influenis is inJCoughfiuenza but counteracts any tend ftn F obyHaydon 1d Commissioners SALEWashington Circuit Court Ky Roan Darlandfetc plaintiff vS Revie Adkinson etc defendant Equity By virtue of a and order of sa1F of the Washington CircuIt Court theIMONDAY DECEMBER 26 1910 at 20clock p m or thereaboutbe JD2 County Court dayto the highest and best bIdder at public auction upon a credIt ot 6 and 12 months the follow Img described property to wit A certain tract of land situated in MackImiles from Battle Ky end near the cotofis known as the old Johnnie Lay place and is now occupIed by James Darland Durchaserj bearineuniteprepareIC F130SLEY M C W C C A Dreadful Wound from a knife gun tin can rusty naIl fireworks or of any other nature de mynds pr treatment with Bucklens ArnIca Salve to prevent blood poison or- gangxene Its the quickest surest healer for aU such wounds as also for EruptionsEczemaPileS 25c at HaydQn Robertson BORONa 3Mr J B SWPney and sister Missl Ethel of Sinai spent Sundaywith their Sweeneyg are guestsi of relatIves at Cunishville Messrs a R Tester and J W Te ofIvisa Misses Lillian and lJaUeYsRans4elt were guests of MIsses Vena and Lena Sandford Friday nightU Mr J S RasdeU and two sons of Illinois are spending the winter herewith friends and relatIves Rev W P Waldron spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs G L Gabhart spentIMr McGuffip Claunch and wife are guests of Rev C TClaunch or Har rodsburg IMr John Payne of LawrenceburK spent Sunday with his mother Mrs BeTtle Payne Sundary The Sun and CoursesJournal 1WIp The Sun and CourierJournal Sample Helps Frail Womei So stalls womenn are dragging o ditlYei poor circulation nervousness and the verge of invalidism It is often very unnecessary and the womans owo fault twelfarekathathabitually constlpatcd and from this suits piles weariness etc otButedlcaO and things ot that kind untnYollhave start ed your bowels to mOTlnI mayrcgugaolmildwillftndstronger Your bowels will regulate Umeullthentakestronetltartlepillapleaeant taating remedy as DrCa1dweU g BYrtip your4lNcsIlteither else may be enough to perat womkeepthemandmember of the family down t the vusedCore 409 TwentyfitthCtrcet Moline 1114lendouneUwhatItwnt cure you as It did theta eiao doubt pttotsardesire foz uraelf or famgy pertaltil t jfreead ceee Is D CIti1f1U Daildlair Hoaticdlow PUb ic Salel I WILL f ON TQesdayDec 201910 sell to the hIghest bIdder at reel dente at SpnngfieldKyallof my t lands consisting The Home PlaceContaining 41 acres and 7 poles just oftheone of the best and mostconvenient homes around town every building that is needed and an good Also a gO 1ryoung orchard of 160 trees TRACT NO 2 Contains 107 acres 1 rood and 10 poleS on the Knobhck dirt road which will epiked In the e future 1 mile fiom LThisstate of cultivation has sown on it now iii acres small grain Also a good small dwelling newly repaired good barn room for 10 acres tobacco TRACT NO3 rcres 7i miles from Springfield in ong1and 1 miles theother has fairly Itbotmproyembnts finely watered plenty gr3SLTheslderinK what it can be bought for Atchance of a life time for a man of small cemeterytheThe sale wIn be field at 1oclock tobaccosalties a chance to attend both salsa 1 4 I WILL ON yrWednesday Dec 28 IQ At 10 oclock a m offer for saki the i fallowing live stock Two g sod farm and family horses and 11 years old work re not afraid of an automobile 1 3 Vearokl combined hone l yearling past agoone 4 good milk ers y 2 bucks 80n ehogs agricultural tmple meats of all kinds cutting bocarnspeller bIg lot ttools wagons buggies gear harnets110rsta o I 500busha tobaccchous0holdotherthlD too numerous tp mention Liberal term and made known on day fot tale Lunch served at thiS sale at i 12 oclock t Jas 1 Royalty s M CAMPBELL AuctIoneer r t CO DlissiODer SALE Washington Circuit CourtKy 1 Hartwell Etheringion Plaintiff vs 1 Fannie Best Adminidtlatr Etcz Defen4antsEq qty By virtue of a judgm nt sad order ofsale of the Washington Circuit Court I intheto offEr for sale RI the Court House door in SprinsrfieilKf onAMONDAY DECEMBER 6 1910 at 2 oclock p m or thereaboutlie higheststhefoJIowmgdescrlbed inWashingtonwaters of Mays Creek nearLitsey Ky and b undedas follows the North b the landsof Dxii Hardesty on rho utact by aumeon the Southby tne lands ytheraining two acres more or less On this land a four or five room ftame smallwFor the pUnhas prlce the purchaSer urityoruntilgaR JOdgmenta lien being xcjoined Gft the property bersquir to comply promptly wIth e t r GF BOSLEYM c WO c Me rye to as 0terediC mark the wonderful PrYgresso1 theaIsez Air flights on heav3 machines le rams without wires terrible war nventiepr wonansave life life when threatened by coughs bronchiiing cough oj lung trouble tIer all bronhial affections it hasnp Rtjuitl Itrelieves Instantly thesurest cyre CRobstipate iou b ter nIt other firitle t dies ailed 6Oc and 100 A alotTreie Guaranteed i b R tydQn Rertison