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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 4LI I T re fA c L 1 mbt p tft l Jtrb 7U I t T 5 DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 4 J L J H YSLUME VII SPIlIIGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4 1911 M slCllRISTMAS SEASON 7 IiIkdZWiLfr Sorrow for Many Whose Hamps Were In aded t3y Sorrow PROMINENT PEOPLE PASS AWA ince tue last issue orThe Sun anum ber of deaths have occurred rn this community While some ot the deaths occurred immediately following our last issuland have no doubt been heatd of by most of our readers nevertheless because ofthe prominence of the ie cedentsandtIe respect in which they were h we wIsh to briefly express ourappr ciation of the lives and characters fsQr1e of those wh have passed away MIDLEY ThIs community tvas inecprssib1y heck d and grieved tt hear of the deathof Mr GeO E Medley which occurred at his home h wensnoro Dee 24 J91O It had been only ashort time since Mr Medley had vjsitedhre when he appeared to his friends to be In the t 1z r Aa GEORGE E MEDLEY bestot health and spirits and a a con guence no one was prepared to receIve the sad intelligence Until within the past Jew years Mr Medley had been engaged In ushless and hadresided here As a business man and asa Cltt zen it can truthfulJy be said that no one 8tood hjther in the community He was engaged different enterprises here as a member of the firm of 4notably ham Medley Co and later bookkeeper of The First Nat- iI onal BaIlkA safe business man and adviser Mr Medley was also noted for his terImg honesty and the dignity and kindness of his manner and bearing Ai- few yers ago he moved to Owensboro where his business efforts were crowned with the greatest success It seems a hard blow that after a life of earnest endeavor and tt the time that his efforts had provided ample means to satisfy c every want of himself and his family hat Mr Medley had to becalled Mr Medley leaves a wile and ninej cnildren to whom he had been an eeIInt husband and father and iijof- whom were devoted to him AllTo knew him and valued hIs worthsa man and friend sympathize with them in their bereavement 4 THOMPSON Death has aimed the venerable Mrs Oypthm Thompson probably he oldest q4 pe o prior to herdtath in tjis county Mrs Thompsons death was caused by old age she having been ninetyseyen years of age Altho she had reached this advanced age this remarkable old Judy retained her acuIties to the last conversing wiiiher family and enjoying the daily paper as nuch is anyone Seveial weeks ago she was sligh try burned end the nervous shock suffered atthiitime prbablyhastned her death whic was a grief to her frionds who hoped that she might pass the century m rk Mrs ThOmln was the whlow of Mr Hilary Thompson who died many yrs ago Two children Mrs Augustine Thornpstm and Mr Wm Thoriip son survive Zlrs Thompson was the grafldrnherQf Mrs hnFS- imms with whom she had made her home for a number or years uul by all of whose family she was shown the 1ove ven ration and respect merited by j woman ot her ag ttnd christian cnar acter Before thc death of Mrs Mat tingly daughter 1 Mrs Thompson jive ener4tic s Qr the family were li- vjngi1rs Thoml3op beinJt the uldes J andMra John Kellys chik her great greatgrandchild the youngest CLEMENTS The old order changeth giVing way to the new To another of the old citizens of this county ithas been said well done good and faithful servant Mr Frank Clements died at his heme near Frederjcktown on Christmas day of heart disease Mr Clements had rounded out a fun fourscore years and more of a useful lite hayingbeen born in this county Aug 24 1829 He was the son ofGeorge and Ann Clements both of whom were highly respected citizens The ecedfnt had spent hisS entire life ill the community in which he passed away and was known to allof his neighbors rind to the people of this county Jenerally not only as a success tul busiTlesmn and thrifty farmer but as nhonst upright citizen and a good neighbor Mr Clements was 4thrice married his firaj marriage hay ing been with Miss Mary Ellen Giddens on June 11th 1853 his second Lith Miss- Ella Nora Mont om ry April 25 1SS1 while his Vast wife was Miss Nannie- Hill to whom he was married July 29 1896 Mr Clements reared a large family of children good wJmen and useful men the following being those who survive theIr father Geo H Clements irs AnniePickley and Mrs Sallie M Johnston of Chicago Ill John and Ben Clements of Omaha Neb Sister Mary Dom hic and Msi Mattie San8berry of Louiville and Mrs jeo Edelen Mrs Go Lear Mrs EdQsbourn and RL and Bene dlct Clements of this county Two brothers Messrs Qeo and Robt Clem cuts are also living as well as sixty fiv randchildren and eighteen great grandchildren 1 Many friends Visisfd the homE anc attended the funeral atSRose Wed resday to express their sympathy wjtt tho family and pay their last respects to the dead REEQ 0 In the death of Mrs Kate Reed hicl o cured at the home of Luther A Burns fier sOn inlaw the cqmthunitylost good woman and a member of arid highly respected family MrsI Reed prior to her marriage to the la eI Uri l1 Reed was a Miss Wright ring the life of her husband they madeI n1Ibutdeath she was 64 years of age She leaves surviving one child Mrs L A BUrns The funeral ieryices were con ducted at Pleasant Grove church where for m ny years she worshiped The home of Mr and Mrs B D Lake was visited by death Dec 21l i9l0 the victim of the insatiable reaper being lit tIe John Harrison Laktheir infant child rhebaby was onlythrea months of age but having been the only boy in the family had became an idolwith ItS parents and others who had watched him fight for his baby life and prayed thatCthe outcome might be successful IMrs Laura Camden Key died tthe of Mr John Key in the Deep Creek neighborhood Dee 25 1910I The cause of her death was conSump- tion of wmch she has been a sufferer for a number of years The fdnerul serviced were conducted bee 26 at the PIHKy was was the Camden daughter of Wilham and Mary AI Miss Maggie Reynolds the fifteeni year old datighter Qf Mr and Wondson Reynoltis died at the home of her parents near Jensenton last week and was buried at Beach Grove HevI coridUcltinglady who died was a member of the Baptist church and was possessed ofa christian character and lovable dispoMi- tiori tht voii for her a hOdt of friend whogtieve wIth her parents JIl their lOSS L Campbell Mattingly t jCiimpbellwere pronounced man alld wife at the hojie of the brides father Mr G N Campbell The ceremony was per forniedbS Rev W A Wolfe pistol of the Chitlan church and was witJ nessed by members of the and a few friepds The bride isan accomplished yoiiJg lady while thegroom yng farmer is the son of l laprominent Mattmgly To the young Sn extends its heartiest ons I ii I =t = = = j allLt i e rkti i l rl J All Ci O- When skies are cold wIth wlntry stars and hl liefflietWhen many a gusty blast the darkness h Withever lonely homeless sound and The Window panes with frost when crackling fly J The sparks about the hearth and glow and dic While in the pause his note the crIcket trills t Oh then how dear Is home and what a senseEi Of ruddy warmth and peace beguiles t1And what a charmln listening white the wind TiL t f Blows fierce outside through wlnters starry tents And dies away around the windowpane ot WAnd ever rises Ioud and dies again tI Ernest Warburton Shurtleff IMcCHORD TAKESi OATH OF JNW Interstate Commerce Lom1- mlsS1o r Thanks Taft rOf Job Washington Jar 2The firstKc1j Inlttoday and took the oath of officej Mr McChord also attended tne bYjlMarlin Chord and J Vunnorman one of Louisvile laws Jatt ers During the day thecommissi ncr received a hum bet of Washington nrwspuper men an ca1leda the Whicellouse to thank th- Presiient for his appointnenC- ThxiCw is a person oJ greai interest t9Vashimigton corres pondents and men His recorci as chairman of the Kentucky Railway Commission and as presideni j of the National Association of Railroa Commissioners is well known and he is expected to take a progressive stnnd- in railroad matters The most lmporlant case before him iR the proposed rate Increase i1 terri tory of which Kentucky is a part Al the progressive Republicans and he Damoctats look to Mr McChrrd to protect the interest Jf th sIiipp i equally with those of the raiirbids- For the present Mr McChord vill liv- at the New Willard Hotel Bonta Moran A pretty wedding ceremony recenth- perfornied r was that oil Miss iIargej Bonta and Mr Jas Moran J 1 q ceremony WHSJPrfo med at the hon of the brides father Mr H B Bonta- IRev D Griffcy performing tin eel emnoiiy and was witnessed by naembur ot the famdies ofthe contracting par ties and a fcv intl nat triendb Both joC the youzi people are mcrnhcrsote- xccl1en families and they thenieivo enjoythu greatest popularity MrsI Moran is a beautiful young woman hM been a school teacher for several years The grOonisvus formerly Lbs orrepuiideuc or thc Sun at VullcayU lull but IS now engaged In ihere Kill More Than Wild Bgasts riyIlife is safe from their attacks Theys- jn air water dust even food But gtand protection itrordtidby Electric Hitter which destroy andexpel these disease germs train the sytern ullIpromptly tothlt and enjoy the glorIOus health and neW strength theflL give you Money back If not sattsfibd Only fiOe at Haydon Robertsons JOHN PIKE IMPROVING 1rm Most Distressing Arcdent Which fl S Happened in T1iis county in Years Mr John Pike who was seriously juredhthedaeo ofGreg Edelen som days ago is improving find his recovery now seems uslJred The accident suffered by the unf rtunate man was 2eof the m03t distressing which hiii oc iclJred in this communit for a long time MrPike had opened a J1te fox Mr Edelen Who was on a slide With a wire attached to the rear As soon as Mr Edelen had passed through Mr Pike closed the gate but falllUsr to notice the wire he beeam entaQ led its and was pulled u dei the trate 1Mr Edelen immediately stopped his tear1a d went to the assistance of the wounded man whom he found in a serl- ous plight The leg had been broken and the foot entirely severed rritm- eIdiate medical attention wasigiyen Mr Pike and it is hoped ihaJie will rscover- Mr Pike is n extremely poor man and has a fiunilof a wife ancI six children Tobacco MarketI The tobaccomarket we are glad to report has greatly imbroved Not only IS there a quantity of tobaccoboing- placed on the market but the prices have steadily risen andthe farmers are now gettintr enough to pay them for their labor and leave i profit As much as 190000 pounds of lobOcco havebeen placed on the market In a single day while on Saturday last 300001 pounds were sold bythe four hoUses Some of the tobacco has been of a flue grader a Tins brought as high as 192c per pound the crop rf which this vas part averaging1fic Other crops have averaged from 12c to l5c per pound Of course all of this tobacco is not bringing such a price hut the good tobacco is seiling for satisfactory prices arid the rior several cents higher than at the openingof the season The foJl wing lire quotations qf last weeks sales DARK RED IIIJRLEY Trash srr or mixed 8OQj15 Trash sound ij OOa 8 50 Common Lugs 7 oi 8 00 Good Lugs TJQ5 11 50 Corn Leaf short 0 Op 8 Corn Llaf S nOOf 9 50 Medium Leaf 10 OOi 11 00 Good Leafi r50f l5 00 Fine and sel t ted 18 IBRIGHT REO BURLEY Trash rr or mixed fi 6 00 Trash soundU 8 ooa 9 50 Common LURR 9 fi0L 11 50 Mediutu Logs 11 OOj 12 00 God Logs 12 00it 13 00 Common Leaf short 7 50ft 9 00 Common Leaf Ii 0061 12 00 Medium Leaf12 00 13 50 Good Leaf 135fa 15 00 Fine and selected 15 tlOtL 19 00 SellXoOr hldcf and fur to Grinstead- he pays highest prices ut the Poultry House t i LUTHER LEWISU DISCHARGED At Ills Examining Trial for The Murder of harley Bishop Christmas Day Luther Lewis whokilled Charley Bisnop and wounded Frank Bishop andI Will Milbutn In the Brush Grove com munity Christmas dy was discharged at hIs examining trial atthe conclusion oJ the commonwealths eyidence last Friday The examining trial was before Judge Litsey and the commonwealth was represented by County Attorney Mayes while W C McChord ahd J W Lewis were the attorneys for- the defendant Isome parts Of the evidence there- I was conflict but briefly summarized it was about as follows On Christmas day in the afternoon the two Bishop boys and Mitburn who had s been drinking met LewIS who vas go ing towards his fathers and a diffIculty arose between Lewis and the BishO fT stlulj1Othis point was cojicting some qf the witnesses saying that tue three men were armed with a rock a club and aIknife while others testified they were not A knife however It was testified 9s found nea the dead man then desctndd from his buggy LewisII shot gun in his hand and backed awaYj accordin to the eVidence about tyfive yardswitli the three men advancing uixin him ARe backing this distance He shot twice kilLing Chancy Lewis and wounding Frank Bishop and Milburn Bishop and Milburn testified therICharley LewIs was killed by tfe first shot and the other two men wounded by t the second while advanCing upon L3wist Young Lewis i eigiteen years age and a son of John M Lewis while Charley Bishop was the son of Will Bishop and was 19 years of age BUYS STEAM BAKERY PLANT 11Lonra 11iAlbany md C Hertlem of Springfield Ky has purchased the steam bakery plant of- NichoiasSt inat West Firstard Ma- rkctstreets in this city The consider utiop was 25000 It is said that some Louisville capitulist are interested In the deal but this could not be verified Mr Ilertlein takes possession of the property today For a numberof years Mr Stein hasI been engaged in the bakery business inU this city itt one tune he conducted u plant at East Eighth and Oak streets but a number of years ago he took pOSeI session of the bakery of his father in law John LossQn at West Firs antI Market street He enlarged the platt and extended the business For several years Mr tin has contemplated reNtiming from buinessNew Nesin Louisville Times NewBarilt Open r Springfield lOW has three banks as p The Springlield State Bank opened its doors yesterday and is now ready for- tbusiness The tlll1POrnry uuarters are in Mrs WiHiaxns building where she has been operating hot mlllnery rn iShment The bunking estabt lie carried on here until the of tIle handsome new batik building h which IS being erected on Main street tint which will be Ihushed about March 1st Messrs Rod Foster 1ashier and J M Smith Assistant Cashier are In chargeof thefarik and Ioth being ex p rrencecl uanktirs and courteous gun tlchen will give te bank a good administration J 1mtthe public fair treatIm ment of Ends Winters Troubles1f To nztny winter IS n suath of trau N n lichappedsores red and rough sKins prove Hut such troubles fly before Bucklens Arnica Salve A trial convinces Great a est healer of Burns Boils Pitts Sores IBruises Eczema and Sprains Only at Haydon Roberton i l PRIZES AND DQUBft VOTE Mile Voting Meac y During The IiolidaysMany Changes In The Standing Thespecial prizes and doublev QJ4 during the holidays made vmgves brisk and a number of wm be noticed among the stondijof the contestants The cut glass ter set givtft- h Peterson spalding for the most vores IS 15 d was awarded to tMiH Marie ArnoldTne box of candy given by Haydon Willett for the largest number or votes In one week was won by Miss May Curry The Sun otTer of 7 50 to the first two young ladies moneyIMae Mayes having both collected the ame amount The money was ivided- equallt between the two Vote at tlrsnISJl I hI Name Votes 447000Ella 250Iva28100tBerthaCassey Wright162oo 00iHattieLogsdonjoiCristinelKimbeilin109tXI 102300Vemalizzie Larham837CSMa- ttie Lynch67 20StellaMore Interest than uua1 was siown Spaldingstwho were way down hav come uP to nowtDontask your friends to buy the jewelry and due bills and vote foryou ou cannot workingOneineed hot be surprised if she were headS handi 31lTheVolat Haydn Willelts Name IV0teL Mayes 4 181J56 825Li1y tja Haean- Maymme 852Pardleu 77308- iSadieMary B Masters 74 300 Bessie Settles 6S100 5OQI422tOSarahShirley20500Naomi Ressie Kayo17200Gi- rls now is youn opportunity Get your friends to yote for you when they SIGetand lets see how big YQY can make your vote in one week Getout and work our friends will vote foiypu ask them Good For 5Q VoteS iIf ed by rl 1911- AME The Springfield Sun Notice 7 I htveileard from several 8oUJCfl that 1 should not be voted for in the iano contest because rhava Piano and further because myfather lMaves is able to buy me one I wish o say that I have no piano and flJrtJel that T S Mayes is pot my father bt- y uncle and I hope that my frfcds who httv so enerous1ysuppored me will correct this statement shoukf tiey ear it again Mile Mayei Escaped WUh IsLife Twenty one years ago I faced sit awful death wrltC3H B Martin ort Hrinclson S C Doctors ask had consumption tnd the dreadful Chad laoked like it sure enough J- ried ever thing I couldhear of fos1- y cough and WO under the treatme the best dctorin Geol eroVn s or a year hut could got no relief riend advised me to try Ur King ew Discovery I did so and Was coin iut ly cured I feel that lowe my- fe to thiagreat throat and lung ure ts positiveir guaranteed for couhs colds and all bronchial affectlOfl 5k- rsi 100 Trial hattie free Jill Hayd- obertsons fh Sun and Cour1cJona41 jt 0 i 7 7r rz wy t WV IA tI r 4 ifJThe SpringfildSuri SMITH Editor and Publisher PRTtIIIJD KENTUCKY I Char1tywh1ch is love lOt huma- nt3rl3 Ull the greatest ot the three- frtue LondOn 1a reinforcing Jt meat sup y with refrigerated monkey cart from Peru medical experts want Insan the basic for divorce And illOme will say aint It great to be I 4 I UiJeJoukurs into trees this Is tiuly an un tt1ed time- Nattiral Ice has been almost enre I harborkag1set cold feetIf80neh w we cant got real good d over the announcement t a new 1interfeit 100 bill 1s in jDlrculation ITt cost an Ohio farmer 1425 or at mpung to kiss his neighbors wife ear kisses are as costly as one seal sd and delivered statetplenty of room to get around there without touching elbows upperrthssary to use a ladder for the purpose f getting late one of them IZs going to buy herself a 12000000 warship This ought to recpitate another war scare among F10 nervous contingent I PennsylvaniaEnib There Is one merit which the air whIp can boast It leaves the streets withoutJIman In New York fired uponon I pinkurt05 ofJ ill luck from that unlucky There are Indications that the roe 1t 4to1 hunters who were mistaken r deer wlll be broken this Year It a remarkable year for broken roe sc d tottikot for the fact that most of the thlDgB that come arnot worth wait JiJc for i1 New York Is erecting a building 13 feet higher than the Singer building 4f th4e goes on aeroplanJsts are go to protest against the obstruction LttraffioI It Is announced that the govern tIll going to substitute dollar bills r blue ot 20 and more Thats U will make It easier to fiasb large rolL When the ocean liners take some iioieg h1ng purtJieIbose achieved wken they run Int- ouahthg smacks jA schoolboy was directed to wrjte beganI4 KIng woolen goods That boy keeps iIs eyes open Hobble skirts hinder business Is be concluSion of the Atlantic City hop keepers Maybe the Atlantic tity girls can show speed In other 71 than walking rAn Ohio man offers 5COO tor aD atrship ride If that sum I to be es tablished as the regular fare the at noephere will mot be crowded for a long time to come I A Wellesley student has been ex lIed for getting married It was probably decided that she took an un a1r advantage of the many Massa iutt spinters who are looking fo- r1stiu J ren another biggestyet and mos- iixuuioue steamship Is planned Event illy we suppose no passenger yes golfj11ping porches 1The councilmen ot several of tb longipU their commands to their own ives first to aScertain what measure submission they are Ukeltto meet ith The school board of Pocahontas a has issued a rule forbidding the lmaams ot that place the right attend dances What has become southern chivalry Prince Henry ot Prussia has made ral flights In an aeroplane But i prince hcoDvlnced merfcana years beibre the eroplane that w a pretty high fiyr- iI dUN that have aviation Heta ilcover that none ot the blr WSjze ii1D1 for their Ma1t11- If j L 11OJ l1IPH iJo H i ROUNDABOUT iTHE STATE + + IMOST IMPORTANT NEWS FROM ALL i PARTS OF KENTUCKY It J t t1o oJIIto tt 110 KENTUCKY CITIES AU MUnicipalities of 5000 Show Gains Except Maysvllle Over 19oQMid- dlesboro Has Largest Per centage c FrankfortPopul ion statistics Thr cities In Kentucky of over 5000 inhab itants for 1910 censusf1re S follows City 1910 1900 Louisville 22392S 2047- Ccvlngton J 53271 4293s Lexington 3509 26289 Newport 8Q3oi 28O1 PaduCah 22760 19446 Owensborp 16011 131- 89Hendersoni 11452 Q272 Frankfort n 10465 94 j Hopldnsvill 9419 7280- Bcwtfng Green 9I18 8226 Ashland 868S 6800 Middlesboro 7305 4162 Winchester 7156 5961 Dayton 697 6104 I3ellevue 6683 6332 Maysvllle 6141 6423 Mayfield 5916 4OSI Paris 585S 4603 Danvllle 5420 4285 Richmond 53tO j53 CITY SUE FoR BACK TAXES Would Collect MQ1e Than 130OOO From Distilleries and Ware house Company FrankfortCityAtt rney Frank Da iey m d suit In the Circuit court for the city against the Kentucky Dis- tillerles Warehouse Co for back taxes 011 storage acmnts alleged to have accrued hUe the warehouse company had Its main offices here The total amount sued for is 11629 wIth a 5 per cent penalty and 8 percent interest which would bring tho totalup to a little over 130000 These are the same storage accounts upon whIch the county of Franklin brought suit several months ago and for which Judge Hleatt gave jUdgment in favor of thecounty Itis contend ed that if the warehouse comPRIy owes on its whiskystorage account for the years named to the county it also owes it to the city and hence the suit filed by the city OIL STOVE EXPLODED Resulting Fire Caused Damage Estl mated at 30000 GeorgetownAn exploding oil stove in the flat or Mrs Eliabeth fines set fire to the Sopher building the two up per stories of which were damaged and an estimated loss of 30000 caused on the first floor McKinney Raumtark conducted Ueorgetowns largest depthtment store It was badly damaged by water In the second story Mrs Hines lived and eanthictd- a millinery store Prof Charles Hill a plano storage room and residence the Owl club room and on the third floor were two flats The clothing establishment of Lair Rambrlck was damaged by water with an estimated onEthird loss lu the Rankins Webb buildings Ehrllch Son clothiers suffered a partial loss by water in the Isaac Marks buIlding BIG COAL ACREAciE Rankin Association Makes Purchase and WiIIDevelopatOnce WhitesburgSe thousand acreS of coal lands at an unusual price have been purchafedby the newly organ ized Rankin Coal Co The property lies along the Kentucky river orlginaUr the property was purchased several years ago byT1oon and Horselpy for 50 cents and per acre but since that time the property has been the subjeCt or extendd legal pro ceed1ng the OrlglnaJ owners asserting that the capitalists had no rIght to It inasmuch as they had not paid a reasonable price terefor It is announced that the property will be developed immediately upon the completion ot the Lexington Eastern railroad now being construct Cd through the county RESIDENCES DESTROYED BY FIRE MtlSterlhigThe reflidenceof Da vid Saylor was burned to the ground with aU thecontents The Ioas25P0 is partly insured Fire also destroyed the residence of Sonny RobInson in the same neighborhood entaiing a loss of over 2000 DefectIve fiueS caused both fires FATAL CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION Columbl S Grlder a young man waa nyteriously shot and killed Re port Said that young Grider and his brothers who were drInking were celebrating Christmas by firing their revolvers Grider was killed during the celebration LexingtonCollth the nineyearold son of LH Lunuford as t ta1y- bumedow1ren ie povred gil1D akltch- fDtovcfire 1VISITED HOSPITALS Commissioners Galnlrig Iriforn1ation for Municipal Institution LouIvllieThe new hospital com mlssionwent to Qlncinnati where Its membern were the g estsof pro C R Holmes and made a complete inspec tion of the work and plans or the iiw city hospital there The commission just appointed consisting ofJudge Arthur Peters chairman Dr Morgan Vance Joseph Hubbach Sr and John Chambers are tO build a 1000000 municipal hospitalIThey were shoWn all over the old hospital and went to the Avondale grounds where the contagious group wasinspectC They were entertained at luncheon at the Qtieen City club nnd met Mayor Schwab and Architect Hannaford Some time was devoted to an exam 1iittion of the plans which were 1 plained by Archit tHnnnafordDr Holmes wht has been invited to act as advisory expert to the Louisville commission has not yet announced whether he will accept The first tests or the ventilating add heating systems hi the contagious group were made while the Louisville commission was on the grounds NEW TRIAL REFUSED Wendling Sentenced for LifeAttor neys Give Notice of Appeal LoulsvH1eJudge James P Greg oryofthe Jefferson criminal court in an extended opinion overruled the mo- ction for a new triaj for Joseph Wend hug convicted of the murder of Alma Keliner Judge Gregory overruled nineteen out of the twenty ieasons assigned by thc defendant foii new trial He declared in his opinion that Wendling had a fair trial and express ed the beliefhat juror Jennings had not expressfl an opinion in regard to Wendlirfgs ti1lt pmvious to the triaL Joseph Wndling was in court to hear the re ding of the opinion There was no cltnge in his appearance As soon as Judge Gregory finished read jug his opinion he asked Wendling if hd had any legal cause why sentence shoul4 not be passed on him Vend lIng shook bis head and replied Me dont understand what you mean Judg0Gregory tod Attorney Clem ents to tell the prisoner what was be- Ing done The prisoner then said he had nothing to say at present JudgO- 1reg ry t9ld the prisoner that he had been convicted of the crime of murder and the jury In Us mvcy saw fit to give him a life sentence in the pent tentlary Immediately the attorneys for Wend ling moved a suspension of judgm nt- and asked that they be granted the right of appeal This was done The defendant has sixty days In which to take an appeal JURY MAKES CRITICISM Declares Too Much Pistol Carrying Is Practiced Loulsville =The Dec mbor grand jury made Its final report to Judge Gregory of the criminal court and was discharged The report was short It r ated that ftyfive cases had been In vestigated by the body and tort eight indictments had been returned No reference whatever was made to the investigation of th coal situation The Investigation wJl have to gQ over to the January grand jury Joseph Huffaker commonwealths attorney wIll probably call attention or the next grand jury to the matter The only reCommendation in the report isas follows From our observation during the month we finda great many of the crimes committed are directly trace able to the carryIng of concealed weapon We feel the penalty for this offenSe ts notsevere enough We rec ominend the matter be taken up through the proper channels and It possible the penalty be made more severe CHRISTMAS PLUMS LexlngtonMayor lohJ1 Sham thado announcement of the foltnwlng ap polntmedts to take erred January I tpextT IL McCorkle to be chair man of the board ot public wnrks for two years F Paul Anderson consult work5DrsIyears Newton member of police and fire commission cor four years CRUSHED BY A CABOOSE IGraYBonE4ward Leedy 40 ot luntington W5 Va locomtiVengl neer son of Superintendent R Ledy of thOE K railway was In siAntly killed at Leon on the C O railway wleattempting board a movIng freIght trainothe caboose wheels passing over the side or his face and head LexlngtonTlie Episcopal clergy led by Bishp Lewis W Burton will loin the nationwide protest that will ibe made to Secretary of the Navy Von Meyer against the proposed plan fora silver service bearing a likeness dr Brihain Young the Mormon prophet to be presented to the new battleship Utah RussellvfleTho residenceof Mrs 1 P Campbell five VQiiCiflOjthO1thIS city was destroyed by fire of accidental origin b ARD PROPosiTION But cimpany Is Determine to Makt Interurban Pay rLe-xfngtonIn denying a rumor in circulation to the effect that the Lex 1non Interurban Railway Co controlling the street ear systeiii a dec tric UghUng plant in Lexi ton nd the interurban lines running into e city would make an assignment d go into the hands of a receive CeJ John R Allen attorney for the company just lirnne from a meeting of the directors with Presfdertt John B Me Afee in Philadelphia said There is no foundation for such a rumor On the contrary at a meeting to be held here soon the company will authorize extensive improvements in the power plant roadway and JOlling stock and will provide the money to pay for those imprcvements which will be made at once The company has invested approximately 2OOOOIt and it has to make it goQdIt cannot afford to yolpntarlly goInto the hands of a receiver It has been up against a hard proposition but wm pull through all right FORTY PER THEIR LMIT City May Have a New WaterCompany on Its Own Terms FrankfortAt a special meeting ot the city council a resolution was pass dproposlrig to rent the 131 fire hydrants n win Use from the water company at UO per fire hydrant a year The city yoposes to enter Into a contract for 2 years The water company will reject the proposal holding out for 6250 per year per fire hydranf and may turn oil water after December 1 The Reliance Engineering Co pI CIncinnati proposes to put Ina rew water system for UiC city at 40 per year per hydrant RIGID MILK INSPECTION xingtonDr W E Gary reprc senting the Louisville health depart ment and Ptot R M Allen head ci the lood and dairy divisions of the experiment station here held a confer ence at the experiment station at which a complete canvass of the reports of the conditions of the dairies tributary to LduisvUle was mad wltl a view to refusIng a lll license tit sell milk IIi Louisville to all the dairymen whose establishments were found- to be below the standard of require ments fixed by the experlmentstation BURNED TO DEATH Touisvfl1eCollis 9yearold son of- E Lunsford died from burns The mothet of the boy left her son and Narshall Evens a playmate while she visited neighbor The boys decided to cook tomotliIng a d poured coal oil on the kindling to make It burn quickly Some of the oil was spilltid on young Lunsfords clothes and when hO lighted a match his c1otbl1 was ignited His little playmate threw a blanket around him but to no avail FOUR MEN SURRENDER Mt Sterlin31tlard Martin Chas Marth Floyd McCall and Nelse Abner who took part in the shooting and cut tIng affray at JeffersonYille surrendered to Sheriff Crooks They wtiro taken before County Judg MeCo- fmlckandtheir examining trial set fot January 7 Ono man Willoughby Io geadas a result or the general fight BANKS DQQ S CLOSED LulsvllleThe Konlucky and In diana bank located at Vest Point has been ordered to closeits doors by Den 11Bruiier secretary of state who charges that the bank has overloaned and that many of the notes held bita- re b13outely worthless A cordlna to Mr Bruner the b nk will probably be able to pay its depositors In full- L Kentucky Flashes Gorgetown County Udgo J J Yates 67 VIed of niJghts disease Ht was serving fourth term s county judge NlchoisviJIeDurglars raided the home of Ui1 Sparks at this place and stol 900 worth of diamonds JranltfdrtStrlking a lamp against the shelf ai she was placing it 9Ii the mantel Mrs Henry P Harrod knocked the lampout of her hand breaking It She was burned fatally- LoulsvilleReftlsed pel1mlssion tome the telephone in a fire engine house Walter Hatzoll night engineer at the jail shot afll perhaps fatally wounded Fire Capt Louis Fosee Hat zell later wrrg slightly wounded by Patrolman Early Vine GroreFire originating from the lbursUng oL a gasoline pipe caused a blaze In the opera house herej StanfordWillialn Shelton one of the foremost ministers of the BaptIst church In tiie south and one of the most prominent educitors Is dead He waitthe head at different times ot Qdueatlonal institutions Ho waS born in Smith county Tennessecl 86 years ago Frank ort AUhotgh he never fisb ed even for minnows in his life and ha nol hUnted since be waS a boy Dr- De t Bruner se retary of state w ntto Florida wlth the Jintper Hun jug club- DI l L and N Ralroad Tiiiie TabteI I 4 Trainsai Daily Incoming 43 o 41 I Arrives at Stringfield 835p m 1140 a m 65fp III Arrives at Brdsto 740 1005 a m 606uArrives at Bardtown Junctn 655u 855 522u I Leaves Louisville 610u 810 c1430 g i Daily Daily Outgoing Trains N- Sunyonly 42 No 90 No 44 IU ILeaves Springfield 600 a m 715 a m 130 p m Bardstown 645 75R 300 LeavesBardstownJunctn 730u 840 415 p m I Arrives atLouisville 820 93545p m Eo sc 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KENTUCKY ornca J UATDO8 mince Offl p Hours ato9 M 1 to 2 P M J u LAMPTON M ISPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence Nd3 The Sun and Times 450- I I Pot 350- Herald 325 The Sua and Courl JournaL 1 A iOnic that invIgorates both 014 und young For weak DerVOn men and women Every bot- lie guaranteed Get It TODAY DRlloAGS HAYDON ROBERTSON o IA BODY BUILDE FORTHESCELLS TISSUES FOOUC His CUARANTEED TO GIVE SArIS FACTION Oft MONEY KEFUNDED SOLD BY HAYDON ROBERTSOlt 4 T SCOTT MAES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky will practice In the courts of Washlngtoz and adjoining counties In the Court of Appeals and Fed6ral Cpurts W bCLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Wlll practlc In the courts of Washintoa- and adlolnlngconntiea and in the courts ofAu peals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robeffson Building Wlll tJractlce in the courts of Wash1igtou and adjoinincount1ea and in court of Appcai- rinS CAMPBELL A U C TI ON E E R Springfield Ky specialtyWillable Phone 84 HM BIWSSELL AUCTiONEER Lebanon Ky Rt S Crying ofpUbhc sales a specialty Can cry sales anywhexe cheaper thanthEt Exchanpe cheapest Phonei long 1 short Lebanon r When YOU Want nice Engraved VISITING CARDS WEDDING INVITATIONS MONOGRAM PAPER Etc call on hQ Springfield Sun FirstClass Work Reasoiile Prices I Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Book on patents qlintsto inventors clnventionSrt eded I Why some inventors tail Send rough sketch or model for search of Patent Office records Our Mr Oreeley was formerly Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such hadJuU charzeof the U S patent Office M INTIRE PWASHINGTON T I II1 borne milliner has been able to find a turban c dE ered with fur of almostany description and 1m st flY shape Tha matter of trim pro1lemnot exactly trimmedthey ate decorated The soft shapes made without wre carry bows rosettes or motifs F orInse1ancjr an aigrette fastened o with an ort anient aU easy to procure and the rimmlng easy otaccompUshmept ashlon permits the trimming to be laced anywhere from back to front tt the sweet will and sense of style 1 possessed by the wearer Where the turban Is made by cover 1ia buckram shape with fur plumes CHECKED SILK WAIST I1II This most attractive waist is ot fhecked old blue and whlto foulard yoke ot old blue cashmere Eth gul1pe undersleeyes and frills ot white tulle The girdle Is of 1p1a1V blue lIbtyf- rHE NEW SHOE BUCKLES CutStuI find Rhinestone Predomlnate for Decorating Evening Slipper This Season Cut steel nd rhinestone predoml pate In the shoe buckle for decorating the evening slipper this season In the Ftsteel which has a very refined appearance the desIgns are very beauti- Itli Th buckles made of this mate ralseem to be the leading ones made oblong and large and though this Is actually the choice among the metals there are other sIzes qnd qtheJ metals Stlll available for though It Is quite new It does not exclude anyof the others that with some are still popular Rhinestone buckles are favored next to stei and there is a wide varIety of fhese from wllch to make a choice ndlargeornaments square nd roJ dorn met oblong and star i ip rPnrtinrentsln fact Jii the- hinestono one can get an ornament i1 a1inost an shape a person desires Sutterfly N te PaperV The butterfly a dornlnant novelty ot thll seasons fashions trails Us- rlvolous wings across the latest not- e4vaper Flights of tphurcolored in a delicate gre ground nq 9brJg1it soft blue oIi s04vet h cr iun surface none ot them too perceptible are se It Is a1an cif idiakb liayeteie decorated Isslves ao frivolous and bief as t 1 their own short lives rand V fancy leathers wings arid ribbons are all available The soft caps are more simply trimmed Soft caps of furor fur fabrics are esllY made at home The crown is in- four sectiOns lIke n boys jockey cap flli the brim a slightly curVed collar iVhfchiswide enough to turn up about the Crown This is lined with silk or satin A fine wire may be introduced in tIe outside brim edge to advantage Itshould be put in between the fabrl and the lining and will serve to keep the hat shaly Such hats of plush or fur are very comfortablea real protection to the head and the becomingness is a now discovery It i aU in adjusting the rlght shape to the head In the r1git way JULIA BOTTOMLEY CONCERNING USE OF PLUMES Newest Trimming In MIllinery Shs-Styles Such as Our Mothers Never Dreamed Of The newest trimming In millinery emphasizes the use of plumes Such plumes The word conjures up an In finite variety ot styles of whIch our mothers or grandmothers lzew n th Ing and fair women or tOday can bo doubly grateful for the efforts or il1U- nera Garlands ot plumes are uped on broad low hats They are spotted and fIcked with colors arid some are made ot layers of different shades giving a wonderfully irr1descnt effect On velvet turbans the use ora sin le plume attached at the front and extending toward the back In a slant IIngIlne Is quite evident This lliie forth plume Is used on large hat as welt And speaking ot th wide flat shapes leads Us to the Introduction ot ostrich feathers to edge the brim Two successful Paris milliners have done thIs with great effectVFeather rosettes are made ot ostrich plumes Concentric circles of cut feathers are placed around a jeweled center At the side of a turbthi Or on the upturned brim of a large Yt1lvet hat this now type of ornament Is extremely qhic A feather band Is being used on many large hats Black and white plumes are favored for these ornri m nts They are detachable hooking at o nr side This Idea Is attracUye for a hange of trimming means 81 change t uiaL JI To Freshen a Lace Waist whitlacefully In elaborateness by the addition abroadembroidered In soutache braid ot the thebustcolorthatends embroidered In the soutacho athomeand will go a long way toward hiding aginglingerieespecially charming when embrold coindotsCreionne LampshadesI thingInot shhi d cpctonne or tbwered silL Forth se heavy wire frames are pur chased the round shape being the bet The cretonne or silk is theu andClampedder ot furniture gimp once3Je the joining place In tapestry this variety of lamp sh becomes really gergeous The Idea ot course can be applied rn any asli VlV Onelntn the CashIer The harn customer leaned acro1s the cigar counter and smiled eagaginglyat the new cashier As he banded across the amount his dinner check called for lie ventured a bit of- aimless convetse for he was of that sort Funny said hehow easy It Is to spend moneyt Well snapped the cashier as she led his fare to the register If money was Intended for you to hold on to the mint would be turning out coins with handles on emVHad Money In Lumps Charles H Rosenberg ot Bavaria elbowsLrtiidHamburg on the Kaiserin Auguste Vie torla In fact mere was a series of smaller lumps along his spIne much like a mOuntaIn range as it Is present ed on abasrellef map The lumps were about the sue Of good Oregon appfes and as Rosen berg passed before the immigration loctor for observation the doctor said softly to himself See thp lump Then he asked Mr RjsenJer to step aside You scent like a healthy man saId the doctor but I cannot pass you until I know the origIn of those lumps on your body Ahtt is not a siCk- ness laughed the man from BavarIa Those swellings is moneyV TakIng oft his coat he broke open a sample lump and showed that it con notesIgoJOregon He was admitted to the country New York Tribune Wy He Laughed Miss Mattie belonged to the old south and she was teralnlng a guest of distinction On the morning following his arrival she told Tilli the little colored maid to take a pitcher of fresh vater to Mr Firmans room and to say that Miss Mattie sqpthini her compliments and that it he wanted a bath the bathroOm was at his service When Tilhie returned she said lI tol him Miss Mattie nhelaughed fit to bus hlssel Why did lie laugh Tulle IcdunnQ What did you tell him Jus what you tol ne to TUlle tell me exactly what you said VV banged de doah and I said Mr Firman Miss Mattie sends you her lub and she says Now you can get up and wash yoself Lippincotts Mag uzine Where He Was Queer The neiro on occasions displays a fine dlscrhnlnatlon In the choice ot words Whos the best whJteasher Iii town ii1Quired the levi resident Ale Hall ant a bond atlst with a whitewilsh brush sah answered the colored patriarch eloquently Well tell him to come and white wash my chicken house tomorrow Uncle Jacob shQok his bead dubiously I Ah don bell ve sah ahd engage Ale Hall to wlt1tewaoh a chicken house ash VWhy didnt you say lie as n good whitewasher Yes sali a powell good whitewasher sali but mighty queer about a chiCken house sab inlghtj queen Macks aUonal Monthly MAKE UP YOUR MIND If youll make upyour mind to be Contented wltt y ur lot And with the dptlmlRtJI agree That troubles soon forgot Youll be BUrPrisell to find I guess Desplto mldolunos darts What constant sprlnJs ot happlnes3 Lie hid lii humanilearuV What sunny gleam and golden dreams The paslng years unfold How soft and warm the lovellglit beams When you are growing old J Acted Like the Gen ln rhe landlady says that now board er Is a foreign nobleman Bogus Ill betV1I0h I dont know Hemay be the real thing Heha nt paid her a cent as yet More Human Nature UrouchbBy denyIng myself three tencent cigars daily for the past 20 yearn I figure that I have saved 2190 MoxleyIs that so VGrpuchlyYes Say let ne have a chew of your tobacco will you VThnksto Burnt Corks Gosh But the color drace Is a comln to the front fast whispered innocent Uncle Hiram atQ the vaudeville show as tha blacktace comedian was boisterously applauded Yes indeed smiled the clty man anyone can see that that fellow a selfpmde negro Lo the RPCh Indian The per capita wealth of the IndIan Is approximately 2130 that for other Americans is only a little more than 1300 The lands owned by the In dhms are rich in oil Umber and other natural resources or aU kinds Some ot the best timber rand lit the United States Is owned by Indiana The value of their agricultural lands runs Up In the millions The ranges which they possess support about 00Ilsheep and cattle owned by lessee bringing in a revenue ot morn thaii 272000 to the various tribes besides providing feed for more than 1500000 goatsbelonging depostthinlandsRed ManV No Slang for Her Slip me a brace of cackles orp- dered the chestylooklng man with a bored air as l1e perched on the first stool In the lunchroom A what asked the waitress as she placed a glass ot water before himVAdam and Eve flat oii their backs A pair sunnyslders said the young man In an exasperated tone You got me kId returned the vnltrCs Watchn want Eggs uP said the young man Eggs the kind that come before the lien ox after I never knew which Why dldnt you say soln the first place asked the waitress Youd a had em by this Ume Veltot all thingsto said the young martVI knew what he was drlyln at an the time bn the waitress as the young man departed But lies one of them fel ers that thinks they can get by with anything He dont know that theyrb using plain English now in restaurantsV The League of Politeness The League qf Politeness has beezi formed In Berlin It aims at inculcat- Ing better man 1rs among the people ot Berlin It was founded upon the tnltiaUve of Fraulein Cecelle Meyer who was inspired by ln existing or ganlzaUon in Rome In deference to the parent rganitation tha Berlin league has chosen the Italian motto Pro gentilezza This will be em blazoned upon an attractlve ltttle medal worn whore Germans are accustomed to wear the Insignia ot orders The Idea is that a glaance at the talisman wlU anilihilate any Inclination to indulge In bad temper or discourteous language Any polite person Is eligible for membership The Country Churchyard Those who recall Grays Elegy ft CountrY Churchyard will remember that the pee etil spot where the ruWotefathersof the hamlet sleep Is Identified wtth StGiles Stoke Poges Dcklnibamshlrc In the pro sale pages ot a recent Issue ot the Gazetto there appears an order In cotincii providing that ordinary Inter ments are henceforth forbidden In the churchyard A Weekly printed some criticisms of the claims made for our foods It evidoOtly did notThnoy our reply printed In yarlou8 news papers and brought suit for libel At tho trial some interesting facts came out Some of the chemical and mOdical experts differed widely The following facts however were Quito dourly established naJjsls ot brain by an unquestionable nu tlhority lcoghicgaii showso Mineral Salts Phosphoric Acid and Potash combined Phos photo of Potash 291 per cent of the total fi33 of all Mineral Salts ThiS is over nuthu1ty shows Phos phone Acid combined and Potash 73A4 per cent rom u total or lOJ07 dernble moro than onehialf ot Pbos- pitateor POtash Analysis of GrapIJNuts shows Potassium and Phosphorus which join and maim Phosphate or Potash I considerable more than onehalt of all the mineral salts n the food Dr Ooo W Carey hn authority on the con stltuent elements of the body says The gray matter or the brain Is controlled entirely by the inorganic cellsalt Potassium Phosphate Phosphateot potash This salt unites wIth albumen and by the addition of oxygen creates nerve fluid or the gray matter of the brain Or rourse there is a trace otother salts oDd other Iganlc matter In nerve 11111 but Potas slum Phosphate Is the chief factor and has the power within itself to attract by its own How 811 Learned The mother of a family of three small children waS discussing their comparative precocity with a friend John was very slow at everything she said referring toher oldest Tom was a little better and Edith the baby is the snrtest of alL She picks up everything quick as can be Master John who had been listen lng now contrIbuted his share of the conversation Humph he exclaimed I know why her learns so quick Its cause her has us and we didnt have us EconomyJThe late former Governor Allen D Candler of eorgla was famous iIi the south forMs quaint humor Governor Candler said a Gaines yule man once abandoned cigars fort ptffe at the beginning of the year He stuck to his resoIve till the years endS Then he was heard to say 4By actual calculation I have saved by smoking a pipe instead ot cIgars this year 208 But where is- utn Moslem Traditions Ramadi is the month exalted by Moslems above all others Ip that month the Koranaccorqfng to Mos- lem tradiUonwas brought down bY GabrIel from heaven and delivered to men in small sections In that month Mohammed was accustomed to retire from Mecca to the cave ot Hlra for prayer and meditatIon In that month Abraham Moses and Other prophets received their divine revelations In that month the doors of heaven are always open the passag s to hell are shut and the devils are lhalned So run the tradIUopsThe Christian Herald A Medical CompromIse You had two doctors in consults tlon last night didnt you yes What did they say thlngjandthing elseVA deadlock oh No they finally told me tp mix em Hardon the Mare itswaydoor at the rear opened and slammed At first those inside paid lIttle heed but the third Ume demanded to kiow why they should Lei disturbed In thJB fashion Whist cautioned the driver doantspak so loud shell overhear us Who The mare Spak low Shure im- desavin th crayture Everry tolme she earS this door close she thinks won o yez is gettIn down ter walk uptllhlU an that sort o raises her spernitsSuccess Magazine ExaggerationV On her arrival In New York Mme Sara Bernhar4t replying to a cornpi ment on her youthful appearance said The secret of my youth It is the good Godand then you know I Work all the time But I am a greatgrandmother she continued thoughtfully so how can these many cOinpIfments true I em afraid my friends are exaggerating Mme Bernhardts laugh spoIttane- aus as a girls prompted a chorus of No no Yes said the actress uncon scious exaggeration like the French nurse on the boulevard Our bouje yards ttre much more Crowed than your streets you know andl1though we have numerous accidents things Qlent quite as bad as the nprse sug gested Her little charge a boy of six begged her to stop n whiIO tn a crowd surrotndlng an automobile accident Pleise walt the little boy said Want to see the man who was run over No hurry his nurse answered There will be plenty more to see further on law ot affinity all things needed tomanufac turn the elixir ot life Further on ho says The beginning and end of the natter is to supply the lacking princl pIe and In molecular form exactly as nature furnjshes it In vegetables fruits and grain To supply Is the only law of cure The natural conclusion is that tat Potash Is the needed mineral element In brain and you use food which does not contain It you have brain fag because its daily loss is not supplied On the contrary U you eat food known to be rich In this element you place before the life forces that which nature demands i for In the trial a sneer was uttered because Mr Post announced that he had made years ot research in this country and some clinics of Europe regarding the tIect of the mind on digestion of foodr Mnd does not workS well on a brain that Is broken down by lack or nourishment A peaceful rind evenly poised mind is neces earl to good digestion Worry anxiety fear hate cc directly Intgrfere wIth or stopt the flow or PtyaJln1 the digestive juice of tho mouth and also 4nerf- cro with the flow ot the dgeBtivo juic3 of stomach and pancreap Theref re the mental state or the Individual has mUch to do moo thati suspected with dlgesthn ct- it c A Retraction You shouldnt have called that ra a pig saId the conciliatory man Thats rIght replied the vindictive person There Is no sense in imply Ing that hes worth 40 cents a poud to anybody Blissful Ignorance Were you nerVous when you proposed to your wife asked the sentimental person No replied Mr lteektonj but it I could have foreseen the next tea years I would have been Economy In Art 4Of course saidMr Sirius Barker 1 want my daughter to have some sort of an artistic education think Ill have her study singing Why not art or literature Art spoils canvas and pain anl literature wastes reams of paper Singing merely produces a temporary disturbance of the atmosphere i Home Thought It must have been frightful sattl Mrs BosslIn to her husband who wu In the earthquake Tell me what was your first thought when you awakened in your room at the hotel and heard the alarm My first thought was of you answered Mr Bosslm How noble Yes First thing I knew a Vase or the mantel caught me on the earthen a chair whirled In my direction and when I jumped to the middle of the room four or five books and a tr med picture struck me aU at once Even after saying that ho affected to wonder what made her so angry for the remainder of the even IngM ck National Monthly NeW Process of Staining Glass The art or coloring glass has beea lost and refound jealously guard tl and stolen so many times in the history or civU1zaUoI that it seems almost impossible to say anys thing new on glass staining Yet a process has been discovered for mai king the stained glass used in windows which Is a departure from nythlnl known at the present time What the Venetians and the Phoenicians knew of ftwe cannot tell VThe glass first receives Its design In mineral colors and the whole Is thea fired in a heat so intense that the coloring matter and the glass are indissolubly tused The most attractive feature of this method is that the sun face acquires a peculiar pebbled chart acter In the heat so that when the glass Is in place the lights are delight fully soft and mellow Tn making a large window in many shades each panel is separately mould ed and bent and the sections are assembled in a metal frame VOur Volc6 I think our sopraiee as sometimes overheard In the cars arising from 8tpouP of young pcrsoaa who have train at one ef our great industrial centers tor in stance young persons of the female sex we will say who have bustled In full dressed engages in lqud ItrfdHt speech and who aftr free discusslCHI have fixed on two or more double seats which having secured they pro ceed to eat apples and hand round daguerreotypesI say I think the soprano heard under these would not be among the allurements the old enemy Jettingthony There are sweet voices among us we aU know and voices not musical it may be to those who hear them for the first time yet sweeter tOus than any we shall hear until we listes to some warbling angel in the overture to that eternity of blissful hat monies we hope to enjoy But why ShOUld I tell lies IfDY friends lor me it is because I trr to ten truth I never heard but two Yole- bYtk8weetnessHoImes 1 d What About Brain FoodThis QuestIon Came Upln the Recent i Trial for Libel 1J onehal- fDeaunlsanother deOclenciesthls Phosphate bralnbulJdlng whoI maliciously c0nveidtiona1 conversational circumstances ii This trial has demonstrated That Brain Is made of Phosphate ot Potah us the principai Mineral Saltfdded to albumen ar1d water 1 That GrapeNuts contains that element aaif more than one11a1fof all Its mineral salts t JdonAbest and least under toodpart of himself it ith131acthealthy lain and renew it day by day as It Is used up from work of the previous day Natures way to rebuild Is by the use of food which suqplies the things required Theres a Raoc 1 v K t II Postum Cereal C Q Ltdt Datt1Cxu1 Mich i M M ey frP co t t LIL THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4 1911 J ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY tI1M HU JSCRIPTION ONE DOLlAR In Advance J II L SMITH EiIIilor and Publisher ISpringfieldKyah as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Oae year nOQ Mix n fliree Months 25 PLEASANT GROVE Mrs Nell Thurmond who has been visiting frIends here for several weeks left Saturday for a visit to Mrs Palmer GOt1y near Valley HillJMr aDd Mrs H Yen of Columbia and Mrs James Noe and children of Springfield are visiting Mr and Mrs S C Vanaradale Miss Mary Logan Neale who is visiting Mrs Hopper spent Tuesday and Wednesday wIth MisS OConner Mrs B D Lake and children spent several days last week with Mr and- l Mrs S P Thompson MB B Leachman will go to Lex ingtOO and Winchester on business this week Miss Layina OConnor spent several dY 8 boat week with Mrs Hopper Mien Francis Litsev entertained the youngle on last Tuesday evening and Mike Sue Reed on Thursday evening Mr Litsey AdamS of Harrodsburg visited friends here during Christmas Miss Mary Bruce has returned from Perryville 4r J F Gregory has returned from a visit to Middleborro Miss Della Ray Gregory Who spent Christmas with her parents has return t edto St Catherines and was accomo Dyed be her sister Miss Annie who bas entered school there Mrs Alice ThompSon has moved back to her farm with her family Pleasant Groqa certainly welcome them home gain MrR Y Thompson has moye to the house recently vacated by Dr Hopper Mrs Henry Whiteman Who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Winter m Pllaskico mty has returned home She wuiccompanied by Mr and Mrs Earl Whiteman of Mooresvill- eTATIIAM SPRINGS tS BAs moving seems to be the order of the day I wIn begin by telling some of the changes Mr Levi Satterly has moved to his new home In the Rock bridge neighborhood and Stlas Burkhead baa moved to the house vacated by Mr Satterly Spead Shirley moved to East Texas Willie Coulter moved on Silas Burkheads farm and Rosco Coulter MrtH of week Mr JW Satterly who has been r aick for some time we are glad to say seems to be Ietter ccMr Asa Royalty started to Bowling Green Jan 2 to enter the Business University at that place Miss Ethel Satterlv and brother1ir bert spent Friday night at the home of J S Royalty Miss Maud Royalty is visIting her su ter Mrs Claudia Vandiver at Har rodsburg Mr and Mrs George Shirley and Miss Eva Pinkston spent last Wednesday with Mr J S Royalty and wife Peoples Bank Statement At the regular meeting of toe Board of Directors ln last Saturday pee 31 the followin Geo Directors were present D Robertson I H Thurman- S J Anderson G L HaYdon W L Graham H E Case J A Hamilton T F Montgomery and J1 Wheatley A SemiAnnual DIVIdend of 6pe ant was declared and placed to the ere of Its stockholders and 8 per cent was ad ded it its surplus This gives this bank 535000 surplus which ith its capital of 50000 and Deposits of 3160000 assures its stock hold rs of Its increased Earning capacI- ty and ItS patrons of its ability to handle all business entrusted to it With its able Board of Directors and experiences office force satisfaction wil be guaranteed to all I i T MARKETS 1RepOrted bY Bourbon Stock Journal Bourbon Stockyards Louisville Jan 3CattlePrime eXpOrt steers 5506 heavy shipping steers 525554 light shipping steers 5525 beef steers 375525 fat heifelti 350485 fat cows 3254 75 cutters 2 Q0325 canners 50250 bulls 2bO440 feeders 4525 stockers 75485 choIce mulch cows 35 45 common to fairly good cows 15J35- CalvesReceipts 100 for the two days 193 the market ruled firm and higher bulk of the best88ic some fancy higher medIum 58c common 2i- 5ic Hogsselected hogs aU weights eel ling at 810 roughs out t750 down the pens were cleared and the market closed steady Not enough good hogs coming to supply the local packing de madL LambsBest butcher lambs6fc medium and culls 35e fut sheep 3c medIum and common 12c WHEAT No2 red and lon berry new 94495- No 3 red and loagberry hew 192- Rej ted2lolcless on levee 1c teas CORN No 2 white No 2 nilxeci == = Z = N 3 whitlltnew u JNil 3Mixe3newl 48 OATS 4 No z white No mixed = = == = = Rye nominal 89 The prices forMheat are those paid try deal err the quotations for corn and eats aresen- Bit pricES Mis Emmett Settle Rt 1 has for said pure Silver Wyandott cockerels 100 each L A Biitns CIty has forsale 400 bushels of Orchard Grassseed 160 per bushel Call at once Have you a weak throat if so you cannot be too careful You cannot begin treatment too early Each cold makes you more liable to another and the laSt is always the harder to cure If you wIll take Chamberlains Cgugh Remedy at the outset you will be saved m ph trouble Sold by Haydon Rob ertson r T TheAcme ij Mea1 t 11lltl 4larketits J5 the place to buy the best or every t thing to eat- I TTo My Friends and Customers t I wish to thank you for your liberal patronage during the r put year and earnestly solicit a continuance of same during e ensuing year It has been a source of great pleasure to me toserve the housekeepers tf Springfield and Washington county with FIRST CLASS FOOD PRODUCTS during my short stayat this stand and during the next 12 months I will make special efforts to sup plyyou with the best of all kinds of meats at all times I also have a full line of Groceries and invite your attention to m Paces I earnestly solicit your liberal patro- nageMORAJAS1 N JrBring me your beet hIdes and all Country Produce Will pay highest market prices If you have an extra good beef for sale phone me iJriIIcor send your Laundryfirstclass work Guaranteed i IDr G T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY AlDental Vork Strictly First lass Springfield Ky tHee in H lon Block up stairs Local News Notes- L A Burns City has for sale 400 bushels Orchard GraBs seed 160 per bushel Can at once Hertlem and Bottom old to Colum bus Montgomery of Boston4 Mass twp yearold fillies Price 509 They were shipped Tuesday These fillis are as pretty sdecimens as ever shipped from the county Mr W T Leachman who has been with The RobertsonClaybrooks Co for a number of years has resigned his position and will be with Cunningham Duncan on and after January 15 A number oCcorrespondants are left out this week on account of The Sun being short of printers but will try to gIve our readers all of our correspond ants hereafter About 400 bushels of jellico coal for sale L L lIen CARD OF TiIANKsWe desIre to thank our many frIends who were so kind during the dines and death of our mother Mrs Reed Mr and MrsL A Burns GrinsteadheHouse CARD OF THANKSWehope God will bestow great blessings upon our many friends who were sa kind to us during the death of our father Mr Frank Clemts His Children BenedictJanes has sold his farm 11 mlles below town tQMr Thos Duncan The farm contains 120 acres and the consideration raid was 59 an acre This is the farm known as the old SkId More place and has been owned by Mr Tapes about a year Tqe Board of SupervIsors of Wash mKtbn county have been in sessIon since Monday morning examining the assessors hooks and probably every once and a while plodding the memory of some tax payer by raIsing his assessment or putting forgotton property on the list The board is comPo J ed of Rich Smith Bruce Williams C L Price J H Gorden and S D Campbell The sale of towl1 lots on Lebanovu Hill wHich was held by Messrs Waters and Vaden proved to be an exceptional ly successful one in spite of the fact that the day of the sale was very in clement Twenty eight building lots were disposed of at an average price of 140 These lots extend from Mr Hlcksons resIdence to the StMarys pike and are all adapted to buUdin purpose While all of those who pur chased lots will not build at c vet many will and Spring will no doubtsee the dirt flying Uncle John Nantz arespected colored citizen of this town died suddenly at hIs home on HIgh street Monday and was buried today by the lodge of which he was a member Uncle John was just recovering from a spell of typhoid fever and it is thought that his death was due to imprudent eating Those in this county who are interest ed ml the tobacco situation were called to meet at the Court House Saturday to select delegates to the rneetmgaf tobacco men to be held in Lexington this week This meeting willconsider the advisability of poling the remain der of this years crop and cutting out the 1911 and 1912 crops The whole object of the conference IS to devise means to increase the price of tobacco The delegateschosen from this county were T S Mayes G t Haydon P P Hendren W T Head and W A Clements NOTlcEParUes are hereby notified that I strictly forbid Hunting or trespassing of any sort on my place All ofrrnders will be pr secuted tothe ful lest extent of the laV No favors shown J M Russell Rt 4 FOR SALE Four elegant building lots facing on Main street and Coving ton Ave Pavements and street already onloccupiedbyfor the year 1911 S M Campbell The Ladies of the Catholic church will serve court dinner in February PressingLadiesSPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop S Of Only 20 Days More H l OF LOWER PRICES THgWEH- AVE EVER MADE1 For Cash We Will Sell at Cost Womens Tailored Suits arid Cloaks Misses and Childrens Cloaks Mens and Boys Suits and Overcoats Bed Blankets and ComfortsJ Carpets Wall Paper and Lace Curtains Cunningham Duncan 111111SEMIANNUAL STATEMENT = OF THE Peoples Deposit Bank SPRINGFIELD KY At close of business December 31 1910 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 33977125 Overdrafts 433928 Banking house 500000 Cash onhand and due from Banks 524466 40155219 LIABILITIES Capital Stock g 6000000 Surplus 35000 oUndivided Profits 192a34 Individual Deposits 31635985 40155219 Gross earnings six months 776675 Bal undIvided profits t July 11910 2844081061083 Disposed of as follows Paid dIvidend No 42 6 per cent 00000- Added to Surplus 8 percent 400000 Paid expense acct 3418 49 BalL undiyiJed profits 1923441061083 GEO D ROBERTSON Pres- I H THURMAN VicePres J A BOULWASE Cashier W C McCHORD Jr Asst Chr The Democratic Chairman of the counties of Washington MarIOn and Taylor said counties comprising the 15th Senatorial DistrIct of Kentucky are hereby notified to meet at Lebanon Kentucky on Thursday the 5th day of January 1911 at 930 a m for the theia Democratic Candidate for the State Senate for the said Senatorial District oJK ntucky Respectfully l J T Avritt ChaIrman L Notice The new bank only occupies half of my store my business will fO on Just the same A few good hats at less than cost Also skirts and coat suits Mrs Williams t LOCUST GROVE b Mm A Ll Litsey and son Edward fre visiting Miss Lula Robertson at Lebanon MIss Sue Edgerton spent Sunday with Miss Sue Reed at Pleasant Grove Miss Catherine Jones of Pens cola Florida and Carolyne Jones ff Louisville are spending several weeks with their sister near here Mr and Mrs Clarence Adams of Grundy Home Mr Robert Thompson and family and Mrs Emma Wilson spent Wednesday wIth Mr and Mrs L N Reed Mr and Mrs Tom Baker Mr and Mrs Hugh Leachman Master Harry Logan Leachman and E M Leachmatf spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J S Leachman Mrs Charles Marksberry is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Harem at Lbretto Mrs Nellie Thurman is visiting her sister Mrd B B Leachman MrNeal West of Louisville is the guestof L M and James Gregory Mesdames LIzzie Reed MaUle Dragoo Bertha Leachman Lillian Settles and Julie Leahman spent Tuesday with Mrs Emma BakerTMrs Alice Thompson has moved from town to her farm near here Mr Robert Thompson ho moved to j Report ot the Condition of the FARMERS BANKDoing business at Mackville u of Washington State of Kentuckyat the close of business on the15tifday of December 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts oi c 6281719 U S and other Bonds Stocks arSecurities 476326IOverdrattsSepured Unsecured SlJ2510 172510 expenses taxes paid 827Sf 18OtherTotal 74M122 LIABILITIES CapItal Stock paid in in Cash 1500000 Surplus 400000 Undivided profits 81098 Total 48109 on which interest is paidr17712 461 Deposits ou which interest is not paid 3101778 f Total DeposIts 4873024 TotalDueNotes and Bills rediscounted 6000 00 Bills payable 5 Total 600000 Other liabilities not included under any of the above heads Total I 74541 2i State of County of Washingtonact I John Peter President of the above mimed Ban do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best ot knowledge and belief 1Y John Peter President SubscrIbed and sworn to before me by hn Peter ths 27th day of D 1910- My Commission expIres Jan 12 1914 J E Brown Notary Public J W Arnold Correct Attest John T Sweeney Directors Elyin BIrch Report of the Condition of The CENTRAL BANKDoing business at WiUieburg County ot Washington State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 15th day of December 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts u 41478 64 US and other Bonds Stocks do Seurltie8oui fDue frOin Banks t 2471- Aetual = Cash on hand 124210 Checks cash items and exchange far clearing OverdraftsSecured 100000 Unsecured 66839u 1668 38 Current expenses and taxes paid 1134 61 Real Estate 300000 Furniture and Fixtures 261200 T talJ 561200 Other Assets not included under any of the above heads Total H 5138287 LIABILITIES J Capitol Stock paid in in Cash 1600000 Surplus 45000 UndIvIded profits 176761 Total 221761 paid508900Deposits Totai Deposits 2246701 Cashiers checks outstanding Certified cIieck id Total w rj Due to Banks 11 25 Notes and Bills rediscounted Bills payable 10500 Total 1060000 Other liabilities not included under any ofAtherabove beads Total abk ai 88287 5 + State of Kentucky t act 0 r4Iswear that the above statement w true to the best of my knowlegeand belief Keeling Cashier ofDecW W Hyatt Notarv Public U M Satterly Correct Attest W W Hyatt Directors P S Baker Litsey Dr and Mrs Hopper entertained aIMr L M Gregory lost a very fine mare Tuesday night also a nice mule Thers No Risk If This Medctne Does Nc t Bent fit You Pay Nothut A physIcian who rnadePHiity of stomach troubles particularly dyspepsia after years of study perfected the formula from which Rexall DyspepsIa Tablets are made Our experience with Rexall Dye pepsla Tablets leads us to believe them to be the greatest remedy known for the relief of acute indigestion and chronic dyspepsia Their ingredjents are soothing and healing to the inflam ed membranes f toe stomach They are rich in pepsin one of the greatest igestive at dtownto medicine The relief they afford is almost immediate j eir use with persisteneyand regular ITh for a short time brings about tton of the pains causedby stomach disorders Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will insure healthy appetite aid digestion and nromote nutrition As evidenceof our sincere faith in Rexall DYt pepia Tab lets we ask you to try them atourrisk It they dO not give ou entire satisfaction we will return you the raOney you paid us for them without question Qr- f formality They come in three sizes prices 25 cents 50 cents and SI00- i Remember you can Obtain them only atThe Rexall Store Haydon and Willett The busiest and milhtles little tb that ever was made is Chamberlain Stomach ud Liver Tablets They the work whenever you rcgnire t aid These tablets change weakness rgyloaminessii so gentle one doet realize v have taken a purgative Sold by aydse k- RolwT P Is saw Cearia LaS i jt I j- THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNFSDAY Jr1NUARY 4 IQIrI + fiHi + ++ tEt It ++ lti + i + + i- lt I Big Stock Reducing Sale I ifWe Are Overloaded and 11Iust Unload 01LLoss is Your Gain 1 We intend making this the Biggest Sale of Dry Goods Mens and Boys Clothing Ladi S Suits and Cloaks Shoes fr all Mens and 4m Ladies Underwear etc ever held in Central Kentucky We WIll ellGeavor toreduce our enormous stocks by offerIng every Item at 4So I CUT PRICES for 30 DAYS ias to give everyone a chance for some of these Great Bargains Those who come first naturally get the choicestfsrthins so donj dtlay Space will not perm our naming prices on many items but give yOU below some idea of howyou can save money during this sale pn many items we pr a dollar do double duty that is 200worth of goods for 100 Read the prices belowtf 0 AtI DressGoods Department We are offering some wonderful bargains + In This department Read the prices + and be convinced 4 Reg Price Sale Price 50c1sW 4i 125 Dress Goods 90c W 100to 75c fit 150 Broad GlothS 100 + Extra Special + Few pieces WOOLEN pRSS GOOD In black and colors at 2 priCe 125 yard wide Black Taffeta Silk fork85c1EOIf II 115 t Lot of Colored Silks LeSs than Cost Many other Bargains in this department White Goods 15c grade India Linens for I2c 12 c grade India Listens for 9c- 5c Jacquards go at15cFine for walstings Our stock of White Goods is complete All go at 4iCutPrices SLinenst Entire stock of Waist Linens and Linen + Sheeting At Cut Prices 4 is PO i 4l No good charged + atv cut w + w v D D S SPRINGFIELD KY PFtrT 72 4 i11EX- TRACTED J WITHOUT Paln sr AU WorkDone in this omce is first in respect and just as aOver McElroy Sbaders Dooooooiboooo 0 D Notes o a 0 Visitors In and Out ofownA a 0 RoundUp D personal News tl POOODOOOO Dr and Mrs Henry A Jones and MrsWiilurry of Louisville have been the guests of Mrs S B Thompson t r Miss Zeldia McllvoY visited Miss Addie Willett Christmas Misses Piety Barber Mary Hamilton have been the guests f Mrs Jobe L Barber i r Messrs T S Mayes and W A Clements attended the Good Roads Cone tion in Louisville last week- Cs Leachman was in Louisville t days last week Louisviflbe a Brown of BhidstOwD was bare MOaday t 11Table Linens Napkins and Towels at Cut Prices 65c all Linen for 4s75c all Linen Damask for 55e 100 all Linen Damask for 75c 125 all Linen k 90c all Linenj 116 Sac grade Cotton Daitask m both black and Turkey for 20C Big Stock Napkins per dozen50c to 10All go at Cut Lot of Towels each 4c Regular lOc Towels go for each 7c Our regular 15c Towels go for lOc 20cNiceDomestics GinghamsAT CUT PRiCES I Call and get pricEy we will save you good money Laces and Embroideries At Cost and Less lot regular lOc Torchon Lace Per Yarm for bnl 4c CorsetsOne 0saleC t I rhiS tit goodsneedsave you will InsIst on ofus + STALLARD II Danger advertised GUARANTEED Groceryl1 and r MrWallace Damask 150 Red One Our each One The Robertson = Ybrooke CoJTf tit+ ii fHi +i1 3 IMr Wallace Duncan returned to Mondayiparents IM th8Ot ha reLUIlctt to in Owensboro afterr a visit to- the family of Mr John Day Mr Robert Mayes attended fhe McChorid at the week Misses Russell and Spauldmf and Messrs Bosley Spaulding and Goodin of Lebanon Miss Rapier and Miss1Eulavisitors attending the dance last week IDr W F Trusty and family have after a visit to hire AliceI Miler In New Hope Miss May Mayes has rEturned to Sayre College after spending Christmas with Mr and Mrs T S Mayes Mrs A L Jenkins who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs G D Duncan for two weeks will leave Frida for her home m Cincinnati Mrs C R Hoskin tnd Miss Emma McWhorter ot Campbellsvslle spent the Christmas holidays at the home of Mr and Mrs C R McWhorter The dancE which the young men of- towngave at the Opera House Wednes day eveninJtwas a most enjoyable social affair and WII8 attended by not onl- the young people of this place but by numb of visitors from nei hboring tOWpl TQ e hall was tastefully decor atedr the music good and upicious for the pleasant evening thatI was lip t H + + IMrandMrs Dillard Tapp and chil- are visiting relatives here IMM Simms Tr lira Berg ic Jvf1lM1 tl Hotl Simms Misses Ellen Wathen and Stella Simms attended the funeral or Mr G Medley at Owen boro last Misses Virgina and Mary Lee Weisen of Louisville are the uest of their aunt Mrs W E Lachman thsJ Mabel Williams attended the weddirl2o fyMias Mary Brown in Louis villa last week gomery Louise Tucker Roxte Price Virginia Wrathen Addle Wijlett Bessie Smith and Nellie SimmJ have returned to St Cathermes otter spending X Mas at home Mr C R Wolford of Campblls rille has accepted a position with the Springfield Roller Mills Mr viII move his family here at once grandYdaughter are visiting ms- daughter in Chicago jtidge Sam Boldrtck and Mr Roht- Callihan junior member of the firm of Peasley t Gaulbett of Louisville spent last week hunting at Walker Heights Miss Hattie Blanord will leave Thursday to visIt friends and relatives MontYgomeryLan aster wedding a Grove Mrs J D Rapier and inI Ladies Suits ad Cloaks Muslin Underwear Silk and Saline Petticoats and Tailored Waists at Cut Prices Ladles 35 SUits for 2500 If 30 20 JO I 25 1500 20 1250 15Ie 1000 Lot of Childrens Cloaks at Half Price PETTICOATS 65 Black Satin e Petticoat for 45 P5IW4 00 Silk Pettic9ats for 300 600 Silk Petticoats ara 460 r Big Cut in Price of ladies and Chjldrens SweatersF Carpets Rugs WaI Paper and La e Curtains Reduced Extra Special Bargains in lace Curtains as we are very much Overstocked Blnkets and Comforts Lap Robes Horse Covers at Special Low Prices you Russell Wolford r tit fttHIt Et Misses Sarah ONan and Hattie Arnold have cturnedto DanyiHeatterI 9D rot1inr hnnliq te qt i j t rtt1tQ szareulMiss Thutman returned t school at Shelbyville today l Mr and Mrs Robert Bohaunan spent Christmas in Louisville i Mrs McBride of touisville is the guest cf Ar mother Mi Searcy Miss Evelyn Royalty spent last week with friend in Louisvillg Alex Blanford has returned to his home in Louisville after a visit to his mother at this place Mrs T J Smith of Butler Mo and Mrs W R Curry of Louisville sisters of Mrs S B Thompson and Dr H A Jones and wife are visiting Mr and Mrs S B Thompson at The Walton Mrs his A Blanford has returned to his home in Louisville after spending the Holidays with his mother Mrs Patti Blanford Dr George Shaunty of Loulsvllle pent a few days with friends here last week Miss Minnie Blanford has returned home after a visit to relatives in Lou isville Miss Eula Wathen of Bardstown Junction is the guest of relatives here IIspent Men s and Boys = Suifs Overcoats tWearefer Extra Special inducement + Few Lots at Half Price Big stock Mens Odd Pants and oxeral f at Cut Prices tShoes Shoes ShoeslU tFor Men Women and Children We carry the vest makes and the largestw ick of Shoes in his section End will offer same at Cut Prices During This Sale fiull line of RUBBERS FELT BOOTSOVER- GAITORS and LEGGINS at CUTP ICES Mens and o s Furnishings Sfch as Hat3 Shirts Collars Neckwear Gloves and Sweaters atCu Prices e5 lot of pats at half Pricer Warm Underwear and Hosiery For Each Member of The Family We carry an extra large stock of Underwear 4rand will rfcr al at Cut Prices during this sale t I they actually 1wemoney then NOr bUYIng prices Personal oftheWeek Cl week Pare littledaugh Et iH Miss Hattie Rice has returned to toMrsfay MuyCS irilcr Qd s few t ++it +it of her friends Saturday evening MISs Lillian McCabe hao return Lvuw uiLGt i resit to l1 LaciJn LouiJr lie PASTRIES We bake every day and always have a fresh line of pastries Telephone 69 and your orders will be de livered promptly Light Bread Cream Bread All kinds of Fancy Cakes Pies Rolls Buns Etc Oysters arid Celery Fresh Fruits and Candies Fitzgerald Hertlein F 0 y 11J 1 i flAltT FODJ RJNJILWT- faWt 11d4 ru ewetz4zU- EUJ1l42R2YGfYJi1 zczrr1vzi ri J N SYNOPSIS toPIttsbgwIthronson case to got the depositIon of ohr Gilmore millionaire In the latters om8 he II attracted by a picture ot a o ng girl whom the millionaire explains requestslakeley lowerhnawakens tenIslenco points to both Blakeley and the olotheswith1n a girl In blue The train Is wrecked rbybreakfastpeculiarcUonaer gold bag and Blakeley puts It In his findsthatcturesot the train taken just before the lenplngmplakeley learns that a man named Sulswan from the train near Msid sprained his ankle He stayed some makingqulrfesND and kisses her CHAPTER XIX At the Table NextrMcKnlght and w re Icaughtlittle man was busy with some abstruse mental problem The idea Is this he was saying hh brows knitted in thought if a lefthanded man standing in the po thepicturethQUldhis right ankle 1 When rlghthand man prepares for a leap of that kind my theory is that he would hold on with his right hand nd alight at the proper time aIr his tight toot Of courset ir imagine although 1 dont know taterrupted McKnight that a man either ambidextrous or onearmed Jumping from the Washington Flier Would be more likely to land on his head d Anyhow I Interposed what dif ference does it make whether Sullivan pairfout e commission As usual when one of his pet the cries was attacked Hotchkiss looked aggrieved My dear Ilr he expostulated W4dontt you understand what bearing this has on the case How vas the murdered mail lying wheil he was found pn his back I said promptly Hhead toward the engine Very well he retorted and what then Your heart lies under your flfth intercostal space and to reach it- rlghtbanded blow wouId have struck either down or directly In But gentlemen the point of en trance for the sUletto was below the z heart striking up1 As Harrlng- tlar with his head toward the engin II person In the aisle must have sed the left McK ghts eyes so t m e and Ihe Win ed at me solemnly as I unos tentati usly transferred the hat I was carryI to my right hand tralnfhas largely counterbalanced- 1S ity In my case but I still pitch ball play tennis and carve with my left hand But Hotchklss was too busy with hiS theories to notice Wet were only just in time for our train back to Baltimore but Mc 3igt took advantage of a seconds ttlaf to shake the station agent warm- 4y by the hand I want to express my admiration for you he said beamingly Ability of your order is thrown away here You should have been a cIty police man my friend The agent looked a trine uncertain The young lady was the one who told me to keep stillho said McKnlght glanced at me gave the agents band a final shake and climbed ou board But I knew per tecUy ththe had guessed the reason for my delay He was very silent on the way home notchkiss too had little toy He was reading over his notes Intently stopping now and then to make a penciled ddition Just be pore We left the train RichOy turned me I suppose It was the key tot JIth door that she tied to the gate- Probably I did not ask her CurIous her locking that fellow J nJhe TetIected You may depend on it thro was a good reason for It all And I wish ycu wouldnt bo so suspicious of mo- tlTes Rich I said warmly OnlY yesterday you were the BU- Bpicious one he retorted and we- lapsed into strained silence It was late when we got to Wash 1Iugton One of Mrs Kloptozia small Sttyrannies was exacting punctuality at meais and like several other things I respected There are always some concessions that should be made In return for faithful service So as my dinner hour of seven was 1001 past McKnight and I went to a little restaurant downtown where they 1have a very decent way of fixIng chicken a la King Hotchklss had de rted economically bent fora small te1 where he v1iIdon the American 5Jln Int to think some things overt Il- he said In response to my invitation to dinner and anYhow theres no sanedlnneping The day had been hot and the first floor dining room was sultry in spite of the palms and fans whIcI attempted breezesIIt was crowded too with a typical summer night crowd and after sIt ting for a few minutes in a swelter ing corner we got up and went to the smaller dining room upstairs Here it was not so warm and we settled our selves comfortably by a window Over In a corner half a dozen boys on their way back to school were rag ging 8Jersplring walter a proceed Ing so exactly to McKnights taste that he insisted on going over to join them But their tab o was full and somehow that kind of fun had lost its point for me Not far from us sverrstout mid dIeaged man apoplectic with the heat Was elephantinely jolly for the benefit of a boredlooklng girl across the table from him and at the next table a newspaper woman ate alorie the last edition propped against the water bottl before her her hat fol coolness on the corner of thE table It was a motley Bohemian crowd I looked over the room casually while McKnight ordered the meal Then my attention was attracted to the table next to ours Two people were sitting there so deep in conversation that they did not notlc us The womans face was hidden under ler hat as she traced the pattern of the cloth mechanically with her fork But the mans features stood out clear in the light of the candles on the table It was Bronson He shows the strain doesnt heZ McKnlght said holding up the wine L I list as if he read from It Whos the woman Search me 1 replied In tile same way 7 When tiio chlcklJn camc sun found myself gazingnV and then at the abstracted couplo near me Evi- donUy thC subject oonvorsaUon was unpleasant Bronson was eating lIt tie the woman not at aU Fimilly he got up pushed his chair back noisily thrust n bill at the walter and stalked out The woman sat still for a moment then with an apparent resolution to make the best of it she began slowly to eat the meal before her Bit the quarrel had taken away her appetite tar the mixture in our chafing dish w5as hardly ready to servo before she pushed her choir back a little and looked around the roomII caught my first glimpse of her Capo then and Iconfesa i1 startled roo- lt was the tall stately woman of the Ontario tho woman I had last seen cowering beside llt road rolling pebbles In her hand blood streaming from a cut over her eye I could see the scar now a lIttle affair about an inch long gleaming red through UsI layers of powder Arid then quIte unexpectedly she t rnd and looked directly at me After a mInutes iiicotnInty she- bowed let tJng her es rst on mine with a calmly iSDinnt stare She glanced at1MoKght fo a mQm a- tft then back to ins When she 100ket away again I breathed caster Who Id IU asked McKnlght under his breath Ontario I formed it with my Ups rather than said it McKnighta eyebrows went up ant ho looked with increased interest at the blackgowned figure I ate little after that The situation was rather bad for me I began to see Here was a woman who could it she wished and had any motive for so doing pUt me in jail under a capital charge A word from her to the po lice and polite surveillance Would be come active Interference Then too she could say that she had seen me just after the wreck with a young woman from the mur dered mans car and thus probably bring Alison West Into the case It is not surprIsing then that I ate little The woman across seemed In no hurry to go She loitered over a demitasse and that finished sat with her elbow on the table her chin il her hand looking darkly at the hang lag groups in the roomIThe fun ut the lege boys sat began to grow a little noisy the fat man now a purplish shade ambled away behind his sUm companion the newspaper woman pinned on her businesslIke hat and theinextIt was a relief when the meal was perVe got our hats and were about to leave the room when a waiter touched me on thdllrm I beg your pardon sir ho said but the lady at the table near the window the lady in black sir would like to speak to you I looked down between the rows of tables to where the woman sat alone her chin still resting on her hand her black eyes still insolently staring this time at me Ill have to go I said to McKnlght hurriedly She knows all about that affair and shed be a bad enemy 1 dont like her lamps McKnight observed aft ra glance at herkBet ter jolIy her a little Goodby CHAPTER XX The Notes and a Bargain I went back slowly to where the Woman sat alone She smIled rather oddly as I drew near and pointed to the chair Brpnson had vacated Sit doWn Mr flakeley she said tfI am going to take a few minutes of your valuable tiJJle- 1In JI Certa1nly I sat down opposite li r and glanced at a cuckoo clock on the wall lam sorry but I have only a few minutes If you She laugh d f little not very pleasantly and opening a small black ran covered with spangles waved It slowly The fact Is sho sold I think we- are aboutto make a bargain IncredulouslyYou xou Imow my namoI paused sug gestlvely and she toolc the cue if am Mrs Conway she said and nIcked a crumb off the table with an overmanicured finger surpriseImight be the woman whom rumor credited as being Bronsons common law wife Rumor I rememberCd had saId other things even less pleasant things which had been brought llt at Bronsons arrel or forgery SVe met last ttnder less fortunate circumstances she was saying I have been fit for nothing since that terrible day And youyou had aI broken arm I think I still have it I said with a lame attempt at jocularity but to have escaped atall was a miracle We have much Indeed to be thankful for I suppose wo have she said care lessl although sometimes t doubt it Shs was looking somberly toward the door through whtib eritoc- omnanithi had made hIs exit You Sent for mo I said Y I I BUnt for iron he roea f herself and sat erecit Now Mr Blakeley have you found those papers The papers What papers 1 I par ned I needed time to think Mr l3lakeley she said quietly tf think we can lay aside all subterfuge In the first place let me refresh your mind about a few things The PiUs burg pollee are looking for the SUI- vlv rs of the car Ontario there are three that I know ofyourself the young woman with whom you left the scene of toe wreck ana mytSelf The wreck you will admit was a f unate one for you 1 nodded without speakingVAt the time of the colllsion yoa were in rather a hole she went on- tooklng ut the with n dlsalreeable smile You werer if I remember ac cased of a rather atrocious crime Thero was a lot of corroborative evidence was there not 1 I seem to remember a dirk and the murdered mans pocketbook In your possession and a few other things that erewell rather unpleasant I was thrown a bit off my guard You remember also i said quIck lythat a man disappeared frem the car taking my clothes papers and oyerlhhlg I remember that yoU said so Her tone was quietly Insulting and I bit my Up at having been caught It we- nQ time to make a defenseVYou have missed one calculation J said coldly and that Is Ulo dIRt cvery of the man who left the train You have found him She bent forward and again I regretted my hasty speech I knew it I said We are going to find him I as serted with a confidence 1 did not feel We can vroduce at any time proof that a man left the F1era few miles beyond the wreck And we can find him i am positive But you have not found him yet She was clearly disappointed Well so be It Now foroOour bargain You will admit that I am nofool I made no such admission and ShE smiled mockingly How flattering you are abe said Very wl Now for the prnmlseJ You take to Pittshurg four not held by the Mechanics national bank to have Mr Gilmore who is ill declare his inddrsement of them forged On the journey back to Plttsburg two things happen to you You lobe- your clothing your valise and your papers Including the notes and you are accused of murder In fact Mr Blakeley the circumstances were most singular and the evidencJlYfU al most conclusive I was completely at her men but I gnawed my Up with irritation Now for the bargain She 1ane- dqcr and lowered her voice A fair exchange you know The mlnutt you put those four notes In my hdthat minute the blow to my heal has caused complete forgetfulness as tc the events of that awful morning I am the only witness and P will be silent Do you understand 1 They wlll call off their dos My head was buzzing with tes- tangeness of the idea But I sad striving to gain time I ha ont the notes I cant give ybu- what I havent got You have had the case continntL she said sharply You expect to flj them Another thing she adJcd slowly watching my face if you dott get them soon Dronson will havx them They have been offered to blb- 1alreath hut at a prohibiUfo price But I said bewlidereti what f your object in corning to me 1- 1Bronson will get thCm anyow She shut her fan with a click and her face was not particularly leasant to look nt Yu are dense she said Inslont 11 want those papersformyae1f not for Andy Dronsbn Then the ideaisl said Ignnfna her tOne that you think you hove me Ina hole and that If I find thoi papers and give them toyOu OU wilI- Ct mo out As I understand itour friend Ilronson under those cireum stances will also be in hole She nodded be4 nots would be of no use t you for a limited length of time I went on watching her narrowly u they are not turned owr to tile states attorney within a reasomtblo time there will have to bo ft nolle prosthat Is the case will simply be dropped for lack of evidenceVA week would answer I think she said slowly You wfl1 dolt then I laughed although I + 18 not esp dally cheerful No ill not do 1t I expect tG como across the notes anT time now and I exp ct just as certainly to turn them over to the stites attorney when J gt them She got up suddenly pushing he chair back with a noisy grating sOln that ttrned many oyestoward us Youro more of a foOl than thoultt you sto snred and left Jnp at tlio tableVtTO BE COM 1INU ED ied by the Nose An analytical chemist was retaIned as a 61dlled witness some where there are questions of UIILJItV Ical chemistry There wPS oi canq- wlero a farther had bought some artificial maSture and he was beles sued for thb TwIce or It HQ rslsted payment on tile ground that the terial had none of the qualitIes ol manure at all TIle expert hemls was ono of the witnesses and had stated that although the substance had the smell it bad none of bt chemical qualities of manure Undel- crosqexamination he 38 asked that was so bow did Vh t account tQJ hundreds of the best tumers h 71U1 taken the manure for many year They must have been ledi tnose returned tkn ttAl5LV- t- t BETTERMENT OF RURALSCHOOLSE- ditors Listen to Address by Committe m n GREATEST NEED OF THE STATE Address of Col J B McEerran Chair man of Rural School Development Committee Before Kentucky Press Association It is with great hesitancy and with no Inconsiderable embarrassment that I venture to appear before your hone orable body There are three reasons which Impel me to the dulY First because I am a native of the old corn monwealth which I dearly love set ondlY because of my deep sympathy for and intdret in the welfare ad vanement and happiness of nearly a million children of our stat and last ly becaUSe I am JJiddento it by the Louisville Comm rclal club Within the horizon of my limited capacity I can see no more important field of effort than better tocare for the children of the statechildren of tadaYbut cJUzens of tomorrow The census tables of 1900 have shown us up in a very unenviableV light 13 per cent of ticaUysecond in tuberculosis and third in blindness OidSchool Law Under the old schoOl law we had three district trustees instead of one as now and it was stated on seeming ly good authority that there werefie thousand of them that could neither read nor write We hayein avery large number of cases the old barrel stove generally cracked with a long pipe offering more or less reesciie of deadly gases In the cold of winter this stove usually placed in the cCnt r of the small room frequently red hot burns the children sitting near and freezes those more distant The water supply often insufficient sometimes brought long distances in the old rqstod and batter d bucket open to all the dust and atmospheric impurities Then the rusted batterec3 sing e dipper to sere al the children and they often carelessly drinkin only part of the water the balance be Ing thrown back into the bucket for later corners Is it a wonder that schools are closed Iby outbreaks of diphtheria whooping cough measles scarlet fever tonsilitis and kindred troubles I have no hesitancy in expressing my strong belief that many If not a large majority of those troubles have their incipiency in our method or rather want of a sane method in lighting heating and ventilating our present small my prepared sehoo housesVThere are comparatively few of our rural school buildings that can be converted into sanitary and healthful structures I think every dollar ex pended from yehr to tear in to make these houses answer their purposes is money wasted The practical and wise thing to do isto replacethem with new uptodate structures on Rln pIe grounds with proper equipment for effectual work How Provide the Funds In considering the problem we are mct at the outset by the financial dU- 11c11twhere and how are we to get lump sums of money in such amounts as the situation demands The email districts are generally unable to stand the burden 9C taxation and the largest and wealthiest could not place bonds except at high rates ot1ntcrest After much thought and discussion trmostway to successfully and fully meet the question Is by tho issue of county bonds for a lengthy period say 30 years The Modern School These schools should be planned along comprehensive and uptodate lines with ample playgrounds full attention being given o scientific heat- Ing Ughting ventilation water supply and toilet arrangements Thero should be additional grounds suitable for additiilial and suitable grounds fo schoQI gardens and a small experl mental farm and for such additional buildings as may be needed as population Increases so that these locatlQns may bo permanently dedicated to the great cause or education There should also lie liroper arrangements for manual traliiing arid domestic science Importance of the Project I think we expend too much time and money on cheap politics to the neglect of things fundamental to the states welfare and progress such for instance as good schools good roads ant good tax lawsthe proper execu Hon of laws now Qn our statute books Any ono ota dozen men would make us a good gvernor but who wllJmake us a good state superintendent ot pub lie Instruction Care should be exercised in aU the countIes in th selec tInn of OUr county boards ot education and the county superintendents because they come in closer teu h wltij the childrenVResults To Be Obtained We must change our Yiowpoint con cerniflcducation We havebeen min- Imizing illn every way looking upon It more as an expense to Ieavoided as much as posible ru5 money hsst- NeW York and PhUadelpl1ia Shoe Ya a beautiful and statuCque- blonde who had changed her resldpnce from New York to this city alu1se cured a 8ltlonas stenographer In tile offices of a staid dignified citizen of good old Quaker des ent On the morning of her first appeatance she went straight to the desJt1 of the lss- I preslme she remarked that you begin the day over here the same as they du in NeW York Oh yes replied the boss without glancing from the letter he was reid Ing Well hurry up and kiss methen was the startling rejoinder I want to get to workPhlladelphl Telo graph n Two Bad Cases In England Curd by Reslnol Ointment J I have been using Reslnol Ointment during the last few Weeks for a bearltostlmonylUes Have never found anything to equal It I was recommended byTiny sister Mrs Cairup Ladyklrk Norham- Qn Tweed to try it She hadbeen treated 14 months previously without effect but was entirely cured by flea Inol Ointment JRobert Davidson Gateshead on Tyne Mre Rooseyelt an conomlstJ Mrs Roosevelt tssaid to have kept her gowns from onqyear to thonext and even the third year and yetvas always beautifully dressed Tle best dressed woman In London is said to be Irs Keppel who wears her gowns- more than one season having them made over for ihe secondyear asher income does not allow of a great variety of gownsfCivilization 0 t MissionaryYou claIm to be civ- Ilized and yet I find you torturing your captives NatIvePardon It we do notcaL this torturing now Ve are merely hazing him Important to M theT8JExamine carefully every bottle of CASTORIAa safe and sure remedy for Infants anti children and see that it Bearsthe Slgnatur Of In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind Yoti Have AlwaysBought- Quite Different Do you always do a little tore than Is expected of you No my boss always exPects a Ut tie moro than you can doet Stop guessing Try the bet n l s4 certain remedy for all painful ai1mentsa Hallilins Wizard Oil The way itrli- eves nU sorenesS from sprains uh wounds bums scalds etcois wonderful At the Door Yes my mind is made up Tonight I shall ask her to be my wIfe BbY Joye I h hope shes Putt Wom nir 11HomeCompRnion Dr Pierces Pellets smal1s garcoted easy to take as candy regulate and orate stomach liver andbowels Dftnot gripe Truly Spoken What a narrow circumscribedlife the woman must Jead to whom a Wrjn kle Is a tragedy VVMONEY DID IT 0 l I hcrSince Doozen inherited a million luppose hes a worse drunkard than ever Ohl no Hes a dipso- maniacCOLDS Cured in One DayV r I tI I regarg iy eol4 cJlre a be1g bet tar tJaaa a Life Ianuaee P Ue- yJluxrO As a rule a few doses of Yuny nCold Cure will break up an coldand prevent pneumonia It relieves the head TPeselittleanytimedruggistsSIf you need Medical Advice write to ftifudiaftDoeProfMunyonPa p PIsouI- or ouois OlCS i r fA 4 r t I i KENTUCKY i GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN I DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH L IA RIPE OLD AGE Died oft Her One Hundredth And Eighth Christmas Eve i FrankiorL n the anniversary of her one hundred and eighth thristmas eve Mrs Jane Arven the oldest white woman in Central Kentucky died here She has been for years the most accurate encyclopedia of the early his tory of Frankfort She rode on the first steam train to leave Frankfort the first steamboat to leave the city and was present at the dedication of every capitol erected here She could recall citizens of Franklin county had to carry guns Qn their way to Christmas services fearing attacks of e thA Indians THROUGH MANY HANDS Henrys Clays Bust Passed Before Kountze Gave Jt to Kentucky FrankfortG Willson received a letter from Luther Kountze of New York in which the latter states that the bust of Henry Clay prevented by himto the state of Kenucky mad been made by Hiram Powers for exGov Swann of Maryland and passed Idto the hands of J WBoteler a Washing ton merchant and later to George Al fred Townsend of Boston a noted con nolsseur of art Kountze bought the bust from Townsend in the spring of 1909 to present t the state of Ken laleky KENTUCKyesOIL SURVEY PlalkfortThe annual report of the chief of the bureau of soils of the United States Department of Agricul ture shows that during the past fiscal year a soil survey wee made of Rock castle county Kentucky covering an area of 161 square miles and making a total of 221Q square miles or 1414400 acres surVeyed by the bureau inKen- ltucky to date Besides Rockeastle county the following counties have been surveyed McCracken Madison Mason Scott Union and Warren ATTACKED BY HAWK Rockport Attacked by a monster hawk Herbert Colyer and Graves had a desperate encounter with the bird before it was finally killed by a hot from Colyers gun The youths Were hunting and prIsed the hawk while it was In th act of devouring rabbit The bird immediately attacked the young me and two dogs which accompanle them So fierce was the onslaught of the hawk that both boys and the dogs were routed and compelled to retreat The bird was finally killed FORMER CONGRESSMAN DEAD rJohn D Young Had Been Prominent in Public Affairs 1it SterlingJohn D Young 87 died here of general debility Judge Young was widely known andmany yearS ago was prominent In Kentucky affairs He was born in Bath county where he was three times elected county sheriff Judge Young was elected to congress from the district now known as the Ninth in 1867 but the seat was contested by Samuel Mc Kee and Young was ousted Later he- we again chOsen and electedland Sirved one term Judge Young was well versed in law and had written many historical sketches of Eastern Kentucky CHILD FATALLY SHOT LouisvilleA Hobert rifle in the hands of Ewelt tUner 11 was acci dentally discharged and his cousin EleanVr Smith 13 was the victim The bullet entered the girls forehead just above the left eye and pierced the brain She will die Physicians ra sorted to a trepan operation but they say there Is no hope for the child S Ute THREE CHILDREN BURNED Wisdom Three children of Robert Boles a farmer were burned to death The rather was away fronnhome and the mother went to the spring locki the children in the hutise When s returned the house was burned to the grund and the charted bones ot the three little oneS whoiaa ages were ad 3 1 year were found In one corner or the spo where tile house stood rai1kfortA fivecourse dinner was served to the convicts at the pentt- etlay n Beginhg with famous Kentucky burgoo there was roast pork wit h cranberry sauce stewed tomatoes oranges and bananas mince pie nd apple dumplings and coffee They jere riot required to York Monday MtISterUng At a danceand party at thetresidence of Craddock WlUough by a general row and shooting oc curved About 25 knives and pistols were in use and about 25 shots we tired Millard Martin was shot twice i FIREWORKS CAUSED iOSS Thousands of Dollars Worth of Property Bunte- dRichmondFire damaged the con tents and build Ing of the CutRate Grocery Co to the extent of several thou sand dollars For a short while an entire block was threatened The entire front of the store was lined with fireworks for the holidays The fire originated from a spark Which ignited the fireworks and In a few moments time several hundred dollars had been consumed In the explosives reports of which were heard for sev eral blocks The lives ot the firemen were considerably endangered during the explosion of huge cannon crackers and they could not aproach thE building until the bombardment had subsided e D C Wiggins is proprietor of the grocery Several people who were In the store When the fire broke out had to make thuir exit at the back way due to fire having themcut off fror the front t WANTS BIG DELEGATION Senator Bosworth Working Hard for Good Roads Meeting at Louisville MiddlesboroState Senator Joe F has urged every county judge to have a representative at the GoOd Roads congress whIch is in sesalClIl In Ifouis vtjle i fr Bosworth has bees it represcnla- tlveJp the legislature one torus and is now a state senator fIa is dtl7ang the most of his time far the improve meat of the road system in Kentucky He hopes to have a good number of the leading citizens of the mountaiuu to attend the Good Roads congress and urge the passage of his act FALL MAY PROVE FATAL ElktonAs the result of a fall sustain d Mrs Martha M Boone laiktons oldest In abitant and a member of mostProminentture oCher right hip and wrist She is in her 94th year andSher condition on account of her age is considered grave SECRETARYSHIP IN JAPAN Frankfort A Christmas present of a great surprise but also a pleasant one on account of the honor which goes with it has been Conferred ou Stanley Harris secretary of the Frankfort Y Mp A He received a isle gram offering him the secretaryship t a Y1 C A In Japan There are only eight secretarIes there one having been added recently Mr Harris is offered the newlycreated place lie will be located in a city of 200040 DAMAGESrraysvilleH C Herndon deputy revenue collector at Ashland was Masonesued for 15000 Herndon while per severaldosier shaft SUCCUMBED TO BURNS f Camptonlirs Edna Trent wife of John L Trent a prominent farmer- sear this place who was so badly burned while trying to put out the fire of thee clothes of her child who was burned tQ death died from the effect of the burns u CITY WILL BENEFIT LouisvIlleTlmt the board of park commissioners ot the city of Louis yulewill receive 25000 from the estate of the late Maj Alexander Henry DavIs the stockholder in the LouisvlPe Traction Coo who died recently In London England is the in formation conveyed to Gen John B Castleman president of the board BEAT THE RECORD LouIsvilleThe cutgoing mail from ttrs iaostufiice nay been the heaviest in the history of the office Assistant Postmaster John G Moreysaid that the mail is nearly 50 per cent greater in volume than it was a year ago LouisvIlleActing on information received from Richmond Chief Qf De actives Carney and Detective Pat White arrested John Brady at Seventh and Green streets He had in his possession a diamond stud valued at 150 alleged to be the property or Dr Join Harris of Richmond He is said to have been foreman In a laundry and to have removed the stud from n shirt KILLING AT HOWE VAL EY ahebecame involved in n difficulty which resulted in Hunt shooting and instant ly killing Willyard The two men are said to have quarreled previously Hunt suTrettdered WhltesburglIi the Letcher county court George Iogg of Roxana was ale lowed 7500 damages for rights of way throlgh his farm by the Lexing ton Eastern railway T1c amount was 2500 more than the commission ers estimated the damage would be and it Is said the railroad company will take an appeal LexingtonDy the will or the late MrsLucy C Shropshlre the sum of 2000 was bequeathed to the memorial refund of the Bible Collegeoi Transyl ants university of this city MODERATEPRICED PIGGERY ACCOMMODATING BROOD s ws Excellent andWinterSanitarydlUons Are Superior In response to a query for plans for a mOderatepriced house to accom modate 26 brooding sows and the usual complement ot pigs the Country Gentleman publishes the follow big For the brood sows It is best to have separate cots like those described by Professor Shaw of the Michigan Fig 1Movable Cot for Brood Sow Station from whose bulletin on the subject the followIng engravings are made Sows and pigs should be kePaway from the main or winter pen ns shoulhavea f green and succulent food and access to the ground These cots offer Ideal summer conditions both to sow and lItter Fig 1 is a good cot for a sow tha- is t about to farrow since she cannot lie down close to the sides and thus overlie the young pigs A cat like givesbettervery hot This is built 6x8 with verticalsides 3 feet high with board roof half pitch The cente- boards on the sides are hung on hinges to open In hot weather Note also the simple way of ventilating at Fig 2A SlxbyElght Cot the highest point of the roof Cove- the openings in the sides with wove wire Such a cot contains 160 feet of stock lumber 60 feet of matched stuff 20 feet f4 by 6 12 feet 4 by 4 44 Pee t 2 by 4 and ought tole made by a car penter in a couple of days A floor an be made for It if desired for wIn ter Quarters using twoInch stuff cu In lengths to rest on the skIds whirl are Wider than the sIlls Do not thlattere Where the pigs du not come late In the tall or too early In the spring it permanthere during the winter and compellin plenty of exercise by putting her food at a considerable distance from the beddingbutcomfortable Such cots are used also for fatte- ing n pigs A movable hog cot Is better penascentral place which Is sure to become P In1etIf a permanent hog house is to b l1iu1lt It should be located on a ktto Of the domestIcated breeds of fowl In England the Dor1dngIs among the oldest ranking In this respect with the Games Titore are those among poultry writers who give tt oven greater historical slgniflcana claiming to trace its ancestry back to the time of the Roman Invasion of Brit tally It takes Its name from an English town In SurreYWhere undoubted t rather than In a moist hollow Neat sufficient yardage which you say you have should be available Large lots where succulent food can bv grown are Ito be preferred to small exercise pens which cannot be kept healthful Ina warm climate The pig should naturally be fattened in the late fall and none carried over but the breed- Ing stock Experiments beyond number have shown that It Is not profit able to feed either old or heavy hogs The rule ought to be to have eight monthsold pfgs weigh at least 20 pounds and fit for slaughter pigs ought never to see the inside of a costly permanent pen but ought to directlyfromUse cement floors with overlays l the pigs to lie on The drawing shows hingedtobe raised up and the floor beneath properly cleaned Note also that It is ndawayfromthewith fresh bedding once a wash The Penroverlay here described Is made from Inch lumber with Inch cleats below to hold the boards together A2 by 4 surrounds the affair to hold the bed ding In place nailed to the oords and reinforced by a triangular piece of- cantiing nailed to the 2 by 4 and to the floor It is not necessary to go into details in the descrIption of the pens The cut shows how the 10 by 14 penis arranged with swing door at one corner lifted by a rope leading to the front of the pen abundant windows and ventilation the widening out of the door frame to prevent the pigs from getting their noses under the door when closed the feeding trough keeprparnI t toa errIIi II t I 1 1JLJJPlan of Piggery titian between the pens high enough to keep the hogs from quarreling over them bUt not high enough tQ Prevent free movement ot the air lengthwise oil the stable ly it first attained economic Impol- tance From this source it has spread pretty much over England and occupies the same position to the poultry industry of that country that the Plymouth Rocks and Wyandottes do to- America Preeminently it belongs to the all purposo breeds with a slight T preponderating advant re for ti11 e UleJ jJjT + f b t j No Man is Sftonger Than Hs Stomach A strong man is strong all over No man txa be strong who is suffering from weak stomach with its consequent indigestion or from some other disease of the stomach and its associated organs which hit i Itomaclaicontained In food which is the source of aU ieal1P strength When a manu doesnt feel just right when he doesnt sleep well bas en UBComtortabIa feeling in the stomach after eetinrIs languid aervowrfrrl m4 des ead eat he is losing the nutrition seeded to sake strength Suck II aaaa keels ass Dr Pierces Gsltea Medleal 7 Discovery It cores diseases et tile tell sasL atje f ljS of dlgeatloa ins alrtrllyas It enriches tile bleatlavigorates the liver streagtkeas the klllen aearlshes lfe aerres and so GIVES HEaLTW ZND TRENGrll TO THE WHOLE BODY You cant afford to accept a acrd Rostrum as a vbstlt1ltelor this aess S alcoholio medicine Ol KNOWN colarosmou sot eves thcuth the w=est duleri may thereby make a little bigger profit Ingredients prlbted oa wrapper 0w L DOUGLAS r 3a00 s 35O400 SHOES LWOMENBoys SHOES 200 250 AND 300 IStST tHe WORLD mywhichMaas andshow aremmade theluperlorworkmanahJp uaedwearermoney bettor and longer pollarforpolhuIOuarantee shapesboesvIous to the tIUI revision ger haannyocher3A03 G- 1100 shoes JOU can buy forover30yearr P Iet 1ItGCAUTIONit JOur date cannot aoDDlr lea with Scots write for Mali Order CltI1oW L DUDO 14 llpark St llreekee Maas AND GO AHEAD SLOWLY W Vo PhllosopherAnd now after having reviewed aU philosophy wIth you there Is only one lawthat I can lay- down for your guidanc- eStudentWhat Is thatP- hflosopherWhen you are sure you are right you should suspect that you are wrong HIRAM CARPENTERS WONDERFUL CURE OF PSORIASIS I have been afflicted for twenty diseasedcalledothers leprosy commencing on my scalp and In spite of all I could do with the help of the most skilful doctors It slowly but surely extended until a year ago this winter It covered my entire person In the form of dry scales For the lastthree years 1 have been unable to do any labor and suffering intensely aU the time Every morning there would bo nearly panful of scales taken from adultII on my bed some of them hat as as the envelope containing s letter In the latter part of winter my skis commenced cracking open I tried everything almost that could be thought of without any relief The 12th of June I started West lA hopes I could reach the Hot SprIngs J reached Detroit and was so low I thought I should have to go to the hospital but finally got as far as Lan sing Mich where I hal a sister JIv- Ing One Dr = treated me about two weeks but did me no good All thought I had but a short time to live I earnestly prayed to die Cracked through the skin allover my back across my ribs arms hands limbs teat badly swollen toenaIls came off fingernails dead and hard as a bone hair dead dry and lifeless as old straw O my God howl did suffer My sister wouldnt give up said We wIll try Cuticura Some was ap plied to one hand and arm Eureka there was relief stopped tho terrible burning sensation from the word go they Immediately got Cutlcura Re solvent Ointment and Soap I com menced by taking Cuticura Resolvent three Time a day after meals had a bath once a day water about blood heat used Cuticura Soap freely applied CutJcura Ointment morning and evening Result returned to my home In just six weeks from the time 1 left and my skin as smooth as this sheet of paper Hiram E Carpenter HenderSon N Yo The above remarkable testimonial was written January 19 1880 and Is republished because of the permanency of the cure Under into of April 22 1910 Mr Carpenter wrote from his present honk 610 Walnut St So Lansing Mich I have never suffered a return of the psoriasis and alI though many years have passed I have not forgotten the terrible suffering I endured before using tho Cuticura- R61Iledies Ignorance gives greater freedom utteranco than inspiration and Is often mls ken for It You cannot love truth and fight freedom In thInking Mrs uwa 8eothh3r 17np taresestuatart6loaJdWlsmaarenrlaAetia The trouble Muter always lest gamy y f Mean of Her Mrs Galey back from the mows talns Well my dear did you keel open house during my absence Gales earnesUyI should say 1- dIdnt Louise why there wasnt a night that I didnt lock the doors att nine oclock Mrs GaleyYes And where dii you go then 7 Those who admlr knowlldga for It own sake ought to wish to see ita elements made accessible to allSir William Herschel Your Liver is Cloggedup That Why YoureTUMoa JsrtsHave No Apetk CARTERS UTTLE LIVER PIUS ricltIs TEKhey do IYTLE- tlretrdtdy iVER Ctee ML- aed C isteews Sick Essiads SMWPtU DOIISlWLr Genuine astbar Signature t 4 Why Rent a Farm and be compelled to pay to yow k1DtIkmI assetof your W1IfarmManitoba Satatchewaa of Alberta or perelsas to one c tbee- dietrIMa and Lands a eofitof 11000 7 1200 as sere Ievery yeas Land purchased ERV yeara ago at dose as acre bar ZaU7changed kaa att- 25DO as sere The eropagrewe oa tie UIeadyBecome Rich rafdnadairyiaersiaetfarmIna MaltSaaketcbewaa Free totaeeteai end pre 4 e tloaareaaweU alead hcIdw railway and last mesa prvtd ketesa aclimatead ckvrchelt4oedrs4lw a Tel1teratnreuL1t g 0reach the eouU7 and euitrM1oo IIt7aaadla Goi rameat CWIWI 0M61f Windless TrIIpMI- sUseaddresepere JOt N LAZY LiVE uIfind Cascareb so good that I not be without these l wu trottWed 4 ow great deal with torpid lI1Undhed since taking Cascarets Candy Catlin tic I feel very much better IShall cet tainly recommend them to my friends as the best medicine have ever seen If b iOsbornPleasant PalAtable Poteet Taste Good Do Good Never Sicken Weaken or Gripe ZScSOo Never sold bulk The aeamo tablet atatgpod C C C QnarAaMed t save or yotu saner beck w an Yoaeonssd lrtlt for nlnaoaaa xa1prlpWt stela 4tACISt7LLa1I- TataIn ONEYNTADE bt hn r yt IaLia lsiss- lt MAKE MORE MONEY iThan you ever dreamed possible decorateg china bUrQtwood metal lUOWaop etc r 1nrequired Takes like wildfire everywhsri 1 Send stamp quick for traticutars 0 MYdLLSFiO c COJnA2a rtIai PITENT 8611CVIQNAlXZ JIMmale lull 5t Wu LM4eal Ile Duea M W IIIucaIf W NO CINCINNATI MO IS1H1t t fg THE SFRINGF ELD SUN WEDNESD 1Y J N UARY 4 1811 t OF ia FARM1fileIok ro To close out our partnership business we will 011 the premises on TUESDAYSeltto the highe t bidder our Farm situated 6 miles Southeast of Bardstown t ileSouth of Botland Nets QfCO Containing About 236 AcresI F The exact number or acres by survey will be stated on day of sale This farm will be sold first as a whole and then in2ftra oC about 118 acres in each tract and whichever way produces the most money accepted This is an IDEAL STOCK FARM and Fine Corn Tobacco and Wheat Farm Has been used as a Stock Farm for last ten Years About 50 acres of this farm is in Fine Timber finest in Nelson County All the balance in grass except about 40 acres of which 25 acres are in wheat Lave water in every field 2story 10 room hue well and cistern at door Stable with 14 box stalls water instable large tobacco or stock barn good tenant house all necessary outbuildings in fine state of improvement Telephone and rural route pike r n ngtofrm Farm can be seen at an time before day of sale PERSONAL PROPERTY FARMING IMPLEMENTS 5 IIPersonal property consists or il5 hettdor hrsest 3yearold work horse I roearold farm and i brood mare bred to Jack Syearold harness mare bred to Highland Dare No146 I aged brood Briar bred to Imperial Squirrel I3earold mare by Ervin Russell 32 dam of Kitty Clrde No 2992 bred to Noble Denmark 2640 I 3yearoldd harness and saddle geJtlintbyEnin Russell 322 2 year old geldings by Imperial Squirrel I 2vearold stallion by Chester Dash 1424 dam b Squirrel Den mark 5 tS 2 yearling fillies by Star Chaser 2509 2 weanhng fillies by Star Chaser 09 regIsteredone blind work horse toyearsold I l yearold extra good work mule 4 milchh cows 2 no4ti milking I will te fresh Feb Ist 4 long yearling steers extragood 5 weanling ahes goodones 25 head of extra good young sheep 35 head hogs ranging from Ioo to 250 pounds teed post PERSONAL PROPERTY All sums W cash over that six with interest frnm day sale bankable REAL ESTATE One half cash balance inJ Z eq1ual payments interest date and collectible aiinuallti With retained to deg made of of sale Possession of real given on day of sale as soon as deed is executed in conformity with terms promptly at 9olocki a weat Lei is sale will be held wider helter I IIrJRr1s t DICKERSON NO 3 RUNKEN MAN 4SEWED UP Inside thercass of a Mule for MuchtMoonshine Whiskey Y l Harris Ga Dec 19Bart Brown ofGum fog this county has just emerged from th unusual experience of being sewed up six hours on the inside of amules carcass Yester day Brown and other bibulous compim ions after Imbibing moonshine whisky were their wably way homeward down The country rod The going was foo heav r for Brown and hee collapsed by the roadside near 5the carcass of old humback who has been carrying he mail tu and frorl Brasstown for lo these many years but who left the government service several hours befote Brown and his x came along The practical jokers seeing Brown l helpless hastly transformed the mule onto a lower berth and Brown awavstitching up the hide with strings The sleeping man finally awake and he- gan yelling several pedestrians had been badly frightened two men eame UP and hearing shrieks cut the stitches and let Brown out coldsober and badly frightened vagonbut saidIChamberlains Cooga never disappoints those who use it for obstin ate coughs colds and lrriatJOns of the throat and lungs It stands unrivalled as a remedy for all throat and lung diseases Sold by Hayden Robertson State of Ohio City oiToledo lss Countyi oath r that he la senior p rtner of the firm Qf F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of ToledoCounty and Stale aforesaid and that said firm wilt pay the sum of one hundred dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be curebby the use of Halls Cure Frank f Chenev Sworn to before me and subscribed tin my presence this 6th day ot Decem ber A U 1886 sAW Gleason- Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials frje F4 Cheney Co Toledo Sold nil DJ11Itists75c Halts rrconstlpa tion SAV CHILD RESEith- t L1 r Al1lAKEl NERI A Man Named hedges the Theory That She Was Kidnapied p The old story to theeffect that Alma Keller was llidnaprd instead of tieing- mvdered and buried is thecellarol the school building at SL ohns church in his city has been revived hy the Hosier a newspaper printed at Charlestown Ind The Record of December 15 ixs that Sidney Hedges a roads pfrvi9r of Monroe township is that saw Alma KtlIne at HEnryville indon the day after her disappearance December 8 says that he told M R Dun of his suspicIOns at the time hOt that he did not wishto get mixed ujri1 the matter and quiet I According to the story printed in the Record Hedges says the child was on u interurban cat UPrf co her from her pictures he said Good wagon hay frame binder corn harvester mower hhas rake wheat drill 2 cornplaitees rid ng cultivator 2 breaking plows drag harrow disc harrow 2 double shovels new ground plow wheat fan Internati nil 2horse power engine and cutter 2 buggies Frazier break cart 2 sets of burKti harness Ellis ciulpper and biting rig good fls new all kinds of work harness saddles and bridles car P tools saws log chains axes hoes spades hole dIggers everything needed on a farm CROPS seedIiHOUSEHOLD KITCHEN FURNITUIltErrunder amount months of note and years wtth from due lien nJnd eThe terms known day estate above mO If bad BROTHERS uetroneertJ mUch wending companions stowed After Remedy Catarrh Take Sidney Revives Record 1909 Hedges kept nurthbouud nixed horse enters HIS attention wts called to her because she was weept9g bitterly He states that she was accompanied hy two wom n JostKellner Mr Hedges bec tnt con ciln e stricken and told the story which is printed in the Record Thee above article was taken from the Even Post and the author is a former resident of Springfield WhOS well remehered here Dont Be Bald aiSplendid Growth of Hair We have a remedy that has a record of growing hair and curing baldness in 93 out of every 100 cases where tsed according to directions for a reasonabe ajstrong stnt mentit IS und we mean it theUld no one should doubt It un hl they have put out claims to an sties l tootiTonic Ill cure llandrulf prevent bald l Hess stimulate the scalp and hair roots stop falling hair au grow new hair l that e pars imtily give oir positive e4t4 guarantee to refund every penny paid us forIt iii every ins bnce where itIdoes not give entire satisfactIOn to user Kexall 93 Hair Tonic is as pleas ant to use as clear sprlg water It IS delightfully perfumed and does trot grease or gum the hair Two sizes 5c and L00 With our guarantee back of it you certainlv take no risk Sold onlyat our storeThe RexklLI- i Store Hayden Willet- tf j r MISIC rI will begin leaching music at Januaryiabroad to study music will be better prepared by taking a course under my instiucTions Pupils in the kindergarten class will receieve special attention Piano tuning and repairing a specialty Oscar Shirley The Suu and CourIerJournal LA Ir a fa I I C2iEMA 4 RHEUMATISMFor tWflntnve yeaR Botanic BIURolm P Bt hay pen c ranzyeartyt- hongands of ttuRerers from manyw SeCOndftlY or Tertiary moo t oiaon and aU frI or Bland md 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