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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I I I t bt priiididb y t flflhIt i 0 r DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OFWASUNGTON COUNTY il 1 7 4 trn r VILIME VII SPRINGFIELD KY WEiNESIAY1 JANUARY fl IllIi NIMIEA t MAY BECOME CANDIDATE- WD r ClaYbrooke Urged to Makeh- 1 Race for Railroad Corn P mission t Hdn w D ClavbroQke will probably m Ike the race for raiiroad commissioner from the sec lfiHt tJrJad distrIct Mr rlaybrooke has been urged to make the race and while in Louisville last week was approached by many friends r insistent upon his candidacy He is HON W D CLAYBROOKEza y nOdO1btlannounce 1hebright prospects not only of procuring the nomination but of wmiri agains t410saclfice MOBATS SHELBYVllLE 4 Batters Down Inside Doors ofll Jail and Takestives of Three Negroes I cShelbyville Ky JanJ5A mobaf men the 101electricwires jail doors and lynching three negroe3 early this morning fulfilled threats that have been more or less publicly made on th- streetfor e more than a week Th mob apparently had planned to han aU three men from the C O bridge over Clear Creek Half the city was aroused the fusil inladeapparently made no attempt to conc al its work CltlzensfoUowing the t ail l of the lynchers came upon the bodie- of two of the victims before daylight An aUday search failed to reveal th body of the third negro but thath- S meta violent death no one here doubtsI The yictlmso the mobs are Gen Marshall 25 years of ageconvlc ed and sentenced to death for the murder of a negro woman Wade Patterson 29 years of age accused of attacking two white wQmen in the streets ofJ Shelbyville on the night of DeZ ibe r rte5 and JIm West 25 years oiu ge ac acused of attempting liberties with a 14year old white girl Marshalls lifeless body was found bangin from the C O railroad bridge athousand yards from the jail- at the break ot dRy and was cut down eSjcapedson of the rope breaking after he wa swung from the brIdge He made a rUn for his life but was cut down at the edgeofthecrcek by one of evenlyI bye bullets tired at him The body of West nad not been faun late to night A wild rumor on th streets says that he was taken far int the woods and burned at the stake it ismore probable that hewas hunge to s second bridge nearby and that h 11inCt amberlains rough Rhrridy efer disappouits those who USt it for obsti n ate toughs cold and irriatlon of t throat and lungs It stands unrivall as a remedy for aU throat and lungI diseaes bold by aydon Robertso- n TOBACCO 6ROW ERS MEET JCourt lious Saturday After noon Harmonious And Well Attended The meetingof the Tobacco Growers which was held at the Court House last Saturday was 1argelv attended by grow eta from aU parts of the county T S Makes who is the Washington county member of the advisory board of the Burley Tobacco Union and also a znem her of the executive committee of this organ zaticalled the meeting to order and reported the proceedings of the meeting at Lexington Jnn 6 W A Clement s was then eJected Chairman rind W DCIaybl o e Secretarl The question as to whether the 1911 crop should becut out was discussed at length arid when voted upon it was found that those present were unanj- mOlJsly against a cut out of the entire crop G L Wharton moved that the graduatmlIadhered to this means a reduction of centIrather that the A committee smallerImembers from orIganization essenItialtoof the following members W W Wl ham andG C Barnett from North Irvine R yaltvl and J WsCoulter from Hendren Nimrod IJendren and L H Hardin from Wilhsburg I N Hardin and J B Hays from Brush GroveI Dave Matherly and Harry Sherrordtrougher and C B Pope from Pottsville W G Grundy and AIexThompson from Fredariktowp A L Lilacs and Jas Gray from Kelly ShOP J W Funk and f K SmIth from No8 CJ Haydon andTNO 10 subcommittee consistit7g of WG lIcChord T S Slaves and W Gundy to draft a constitution and bybiws and report the result of their laborsto the full committee Saturday J 28 tOnof the county wilt be called to whom andeWoodman Of World The Walton Camp of Woodmen of the World is growing rapidly and now Nelligangand on last Thursday the officers who weremstalledThea time a banquet a dutch lunch or some other social function will be given sThe order or Woodmen is a splendid one not only numerically but ire Its hereebuilding up the order in WHY HESITATE Offer That Involves No Risk for those Who Accept ft- We f are so positIve our remedy will constipation no mat ma bE that weof completelvjeJieve tree of all cost Jf it caused by weakness largespact a cure or you roust therefore ToexI slid strengthen those organs ul1d re them to healthier activity Orderlied likee foor thute nerves otheisr cause any inconvenience whale per chroniclorria of ur dependent chronic ailments try Irexall Orderlies ut ou Soledonly at our storeThe Roxall Store Haydon Willett SEVEN DAy r DOUBLE VOTE Increasef Vote of Candidates Considerable I And Makes Several Changesj In The StandIng The double vote offered during the past week was taken advantage or by most of the candidates and it wlll he seen that the vote of the contestantS alfewstanding of the contestants The girls are working harder e h day as the close of the contest approaches and their frIends are eagerly watching theft progress We do not believe there wilt be a min m Washington county at the close of the contest of whom it could Vote For SOme4Ybung me a me and I Vote for us Following is the list the contestants the of received The Volul Peterson SpaldlnlS Name Votes Bessie COcanougher 469250 Ella Whltehousc 450150 Myrtle Cocanougher429990I- va Cocanouirhcr 407A00 Marie Arnold401450Be- rtha Hayes 57150 Pauline Hagan 234 050 Cassey Wright 215l50 Lucy Claybrooke 216 350 Hattie Logadon152750Crf- stine Kimberlin 119800 Larham11G7U0Berntece Verna Barrrcks 96950 Mattre Lynch 67400 Ella Pope 58 200 Stella May Begley 21000 GOOD FORi 50 VOTESJANUARY 1911ICAND I D Al lShQ Springfield Sun ACARNEiIE GIVES 7501 Towards The Installation Qf a- New Organ for The BaptistChurch beldeliwhich the Springfield Baptist c recently had For eighteen months the pastor hJb been ur corre nJdeceIwith Andrew Carnegie tr m pilleorganand recently thcUlrori Master thse congregation raised a like sum It itJ doneIbeen hearty raised It will therefore be only a time until a handsprd Ripe organSwill bq installed the BIlPtist church Chsmberlains Gough Remedy is not n common cyeryday cough mixture thrcompHcaliongthroat chest or lungs Sold by Robertson HaydonI be said that did not vote for some young laity and helped her win one these handsome Piano In The Sun and Peterson Spalding contest Miss Bessie COcanou her r twined first place wIth Misses Ella Whitehouse and Myrtle Cocanough second and thIrd In The Sun and Haydon Willetts contest Miss Mayes jumped from second to firs place with Misses Mae Curry Bud Lill- Simms second and third Other candl dates mane goodgains LadyAnd help win home She wants need her both ot and numlrer votes by each arch- has short The Vote at Haydon wmtts Name Votes 3214MayLilly Simms m 273 s 253300RoxieMary B Maters 1843 1781ElizaMary Rose Jeans 1466 Maymie Purdteu 1370 1252Bessie 99Lillie75MabelI 31Blanch192tRessie IF USED BY 25 E a h r in he HARDINS CHAPEL lI ITh from this place who attend the lop given hy Mr und Mrs W Tuesda night were Me rpt 1llurvey Haydon and WIha Lohsde InlMisses Susie Ada Edward Mari I Lola and Leonard enwick All report la most enjoyable night H S Litsey has returned hoe aft- a er pleasant visit to his daughter Mrs Torn HundltY wereIhaveIMand Mr Oscar tlctf have mov into the house vacated by MreBarker dgughterIFertwtck Saturdiw Mrs Ray Logsdon and Miss Hattie johnJEnds Winters Troubles To uuury winter i3 a season of Irau fingersjsores But such troubles fly before Buckle Grerestat e Onlyl25c 4 DEADL Y CV NIDE DOES ITS WORK Poison Burns Girls u ing Gum Slays her schewI RrvalSuspected r It is now established beyond all doubt that Charles Edward Twigg and Miss besen weere on a c uch of the thearlit um g bridee saturated potassiumY been proven that Twigg atone took a piece of the Jum containing ttre deadly poison and that he kIlled thewoman whom he planed n to make bls wIfe through the hIed iumoC a kiss It is now believed that the gum had been giverr to TWIgg b some young woman With whom he ha been intimate and who wouldrath see hIm dead than marrIed to another 1Tnethe theory that Twi g almo immedIately after he had placed stik of chewing gum in his mouth lea ed formard to kiss his sweetheart and that the kiss had communicated t poison to her lips So unconscious he had made the kiss of a lover the kISS of death This theory is atrengtf1 ned by the fact that the tips of the tongues of both Twigg and the woman who wasthis to have Seen his bride were red and in flamed as If they had been burned or bitten Cyanide takes immediate actIon Toe mere touching ofa grain ofoit l the lips causes death in a few second s The fact that little of the poison has been found in the body ot the youn g woman while in the body of TWigg enough has been found to kill sever al persons strengthens thIs theory and this without Twigg having even maim cited the gum the whole ot the amount lhe apparently started to chew having been found m hi mouth after deathIIf an effort to find tneJ poi oner t police are asking who is the amate photographer in the Elosser and Twig g circle The answer is expected tQ clear up the mysteryof the dual murder Because or the deadly nature Of cyanide of potassium it IS extrelIeJy- IOfficult to purchase it and chemists keep a careful record or sales fot ObIpurchased more readily and without dra sing any suspicion by one who has been in the habIt of using it for photography Dr lhomltS N Koor one of the physicians who made the autopsy said that death was caUsed by cyanide pois ionnt No member of the Elosser family will discuss this development athough Pion the resumption of the coroners In theyIIT IIOWS NAiI- Here Are facts We Want You to RiskFSiarvelous as it may seem Rex 93 Hsiir Tonic has grown hair on heads thatlvere once bald Of course innoneof these cases were lhe ha roots dead nor had the scaly taken on a glzedshnYappeurunce Rexull 93 Hair Tonic acts scie tihcally oe8troyingth germs chled lire usually responsible for baldness 1 ptncttLeS to the roots of the hai stimulating apd nourishing them u most pllalll1nt toilet necessity is deh gumed or hairrwant you to get of Rex aU 93 HuirloOic and use it as direct d If It dpes not teheye scalp irrita Lion remove dandruff prevent the hair ruin falHnjrtJJt arid prompt an nwere creased growth of hair and in eve wuy give entire satisfaction aline come buck raid tell usund without question or formality wr will hand bakIv to you every penny you paid us Two sizes 50c and 100 Sold only at four storfThe Rexall Sttre Hu don Willetto 87 head of horses passed under the 64i GOOD PRICES I REALIZED for The Best Grades of Tobacco During Past Weekinfer- ar Grades Low The local tobacco market has been crowded withh tobacco during the last week and the prices have remained good at the four houses The Washington County House reports the sale ofX200 000 pounds of the weed since Thursday at prIces ranging from 3c to 19c per pound Some of the best crops put Oft the market and th Ir- as prices realized were follows reed Simms 2940 Ibs aS120fWalter Snider 1280 Ibs 1200 1 Pop Bros 1455 lbs a 150 Stoner Bros Nelsen no 2135 1000sWalls StmPSon 4525lbs 946 The Springfield House reports a sale torierper pound The Planters House reports 100000 34cebeentor sale today fairnweekhedisposing approximately 215660 lbs of tobacco the price paid being from 3c to 1ge per pound Bright tobacco is in great demand and is bringing fancy prices Some of the best crops sold at horse during the past week were as follows Jos Spalding 1025 Ibs 2 75 0Joe1200 1048- o S Barber 1480 lbs 1100 IIP The quotations giver belOw were ob med from the different houses and are practically thee same as the quotations given in last weeks paper DARK REDBURLEY Trash gr or mixed 300 504 51CommonLu 50Com950UrGood Lear 11 50j15 04 FlOe and selected 13 00 18 56 BRIGHT RED BURLEY OQTrash50Medium00CommonCommon Leaf 11 oo 12 O1 Medium Leaf 12a 1350 00FineCATS SPREAD DISEAJSI Says Cats Carry Germs OfTuberculosis All The Time That cats spread tuberculosis and tire- u menance to the family has been declared by Dr Enser of Lakewood who within the last six months has conduct ed more than a hundred post mortesa examinations ot fclines We spend thousands of dollars erecting hospitals killingahbut in the common house oats we have anYirlose among human beings said the patientana with tuberculosis From the history or the case the doctor was con broughtisa r e made an investigation Procuriaa a hundred or morn cats which he kIlled and examined hI found in all of them theotherwere m the last stages of the disease lthough at least SO per cent of them iota serious condition I venture hadly i ny household Cats prowl around is places and thus catty thegerrrie- with them ChamberlaiasCough Remedy is a very valuable medicine for throat aria lung troubles quickly Telicvs aM cures painful and dtiR r oust sQundingcOU h which rriica4ta- Haydditcongested lungs Sold by iRobertson l r I lhe Springfield Sun- H L SMITH Editor and Publisher ISPRINGFIELI XENTUCKYIJ terkJepIt qntomobU driving is to eliminated And isow will not tho Pullman corn rednce the porters tips Dont mind the pessimistic weather hets prediction ot a long winter wheeled trolley cars and all 1nto bOrn are to be regulated in ex York The center ot popaticn unlike of the sons of Indiana remains that state cTheUnitedes They will probably be manned the flying divisions t Winter mil be trying to keep It up Ui March It began early and it been cold throughout slam is to have an aviation week and So the march of u todate clvili- aatlou goesor rather fliesmerrily pass The new censuS of Berlin and Its 3400ioalL Overstudy killed a promising youth t Baltimore but there Is no danger lot this malady ever becoming an epi- idemic A German has Invented a noiseless itelephone booth A noiseless fele greatErbl uppeberth r It what figure they fix the price it wlll still be high lA st Louts man made his wife cut eIS hair Barbering however will never bo Included in any domesti pcience course There rn a woman wireless oper 1 tor The old saw must be amended to read What man has done a worn Jan can and will do JuhlonabJe women In the national pital climb the Washington monu anent to reduce their flesh Thus does rtIi uplift reach society A St Louis woman asked why she hot leer hUSband said she did It just or fun And yet they say women ve no sense of humor A woman of nlnetyone In Massa ichugetts wants to go uR in a balloon fAnother example of how people area young In these times as they want o e An eastern roan says he will soon put lobsters on the market at three latjenUontokrould become certaiThingsresent Year the people otNew York pave eaten three mlllion pounds of bad In their pastry Philadelphia society women protest plethattQ be exposed unadorned to the tYulgar gaze Thus are the women Chicago f deprived of their birthright Aman In New Jersey wrote a rebuke the kaiser for riding a horse with a pocked tail It Is not feared that ernaUbmal complications will result willbombardorts A fashionable New York hotel now ermits women forsmoke In Its ing rooms corridors or any other of place If this smoking stunt keeps oil growing among the fair sex we may soon be confronted with dlvorc- units over the custody of the ma USETwo men propose to Journey aroun the globe on stilts It Is not clear why they should be pemitted to do so verseterritoryagainst vagrant tramps has found ression in statutory restraints and en in rock pilesIFrequent seismic manifestations te had prepared the world for new s whithh accompanied by the sinking of man Island This has Involved a lamentable loss of Ute and Illustrate- new the peril of making homes i the earthquakeridden sections ot the catastrophtare A schoolgirl In Indiana has falle their to 30000000 This naive wf influentnles Zn Colorado they propose a law ma ciioutnecessary The enactment of such a thtimerequire every doctor to testify that aJ appendUpnmlnr 1 4A t tl I t J I J 111 f ROUND ABOUT THE STATE + MOST IMPORTANT NEWS 1 GATHEREDFROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY + + ++ + flt + l + + l + + ITHREELives of Twenty Miners Endangered by An Explosion Ida MayThe lives of 2I miners came near being snuffed out in an explosion of gas and foul air which oc urred at the Big Hill po mines as men were leaving work It is no known just what caused the explosion but one of the miners lighted h1 fuse just as he started out to make a ho- dud the explosion took place when th blast went oft and the men were nearly out of the minerThree of the men Wilson 1rcDanlel Mart Kitchum and Jesse Tyre were far enough do the shaft to receive perhaps fatal injuries An the rest were more or loss hurt If they brad remained in the mine two minutes longer all would have been killed Some of the men who had reached the entrance were blown over the dumps by the wind and fire as it shot out of the mouth of the mine The fire went out at once and It i not thought that serious damage was done fu the mine EARLINGTON ON BOOM Estimated it Will Take Two Centudles to Exhaust Coal pro user expert esti mates that it will te 200 years to ex hause the coal that underlies the lands contiguous toDarlington- Earlington is to have a new reser capacitycand pressure Railroad im provements are expected including a new roundhouse and the little city begins the new year with rosy and well founded expectations fr a prosperous future IMMENSE LAND TRANSACTION Eastern Kentucky Will Become a Bee hive of Dutch ludustry JacksonA gigantic lane deal In- vOlving the expenditure of more tpal 50000000 and the purchase of 1100 000 acres of wood and coal lands in Kentucky was closed at New York city The purchasers are immense banking and capitalistlF jnterests of Amsterdam and Rolland The price paid the Ientucklns for their laRds averaged about 50 though e ulU matecest is figured at closerJo x60 fln acre These lands lie in nreJthi Knott- Letcber and two adjoining counties skirting the state of West Virginia Four years have been spent in getting options on the acreage sought It was 1300000 acres that were wanted llu 1100000 was aU the land obtainarblc It Is intimated that the Umber land in the purchase is worth more than 100- an acre The teal running in averag e veins of 7 feet Is considered the best and finest for coking purposes ill the known coal world It is the Intentton of the new Dutch owners ta tart first on the timber TO that end twonty sawmills will be erected Railroads are to be constructed and soon that section will be a busy beehive of industry teeming with prosperity and blessed by peace TOWIVTBURNEDl Defective Flue Causes Fire That Eat Up Buildings PittsburgThis little minIng tow airde a defective flue anti spread rapIdly wiping out the business section of the officeks s The buildings destroyed were Port odf s store Wards store William asTurners grocery restaurant and butcher shop Henry Bowmans gro shotxFew of the occupants of the build ngs had any insurance and little oi Sofwas MarrowboneM E Smith a Yea lfodoac a his eyes and suddenly Jost his sight hemnng a patient in a dark room and hopes are entertained that his sight may be reo stored Loulsv1lleThe twenty finh aura versary of the founding of the Iins s celebratred 15 The nlzation has grown In twentyfive years from a membership ot ten to 51000 LouisvUIeCongresqman Swag er Sherley who submitted to u surgical appendiCitiswell Attending physicians say that their patients condition is most vocable a to rapid recovery r DAIRY SHOW WINNERS Lexington The winnernor tile dairy show contests of the State Dairy mans association were announced as follows Farm ButlerFirst Mrs Albert Mitchell Paris 94 second Mrs L Saunders Camp Nelson 93 CamdenFayetteMidway 871b Farm CreamFirst Sam Sullivan Bloomfield 87 second Mrs RHShockency Lexington 62 Certified MilkFirst Nicholas Eros Bloomfield 93 second W S Parker Jr Lexington 92 SUNDAYSCHOOL OR JAIL Catlettsburg Justice J M Yorle made It optional with Millard kirk19 convicted of getting drain carrying a gun whether he woul payt a fine of 100 and go to jail foT50 dayss or attend Sundayschool BuskJrlte and said he had bee eto Sundayschool It was not a ver bad place to go The superintendent is to each Monday whether Bus kirk sticks to his agreement rQUIET IN OIL Only a Few Drills WorkingMorc Capital invested LexingtonOil field developments In Kentucky for the last weep in December were quiet only a few drills thslow r end of the state Completion s for the week were few In number ns work was affected by the holiday se sonIn the Rock Creek extensl opestors drilled a fifteen liarrel producer and a welt of somewhat smaller call- ber WaS drilled in the Mt Pisgah df tract A l1ght producer is reported from Steubenville constituting the weeks new production In count In the upper and eastern district and in the wildcat districts of WE- Stern Kentucky nothing of Interest was accomplished At the beginning of the new year much n w capital Is being invested i exploiting new terrltor and the may bring additions to the petroleu- producing districts of the state as result of tent drilling now ettin good headway in a number of ilereto re untried field- sWorkln a number of western Ko- vucky counties Is being regarded with Interest by the trade generally CORN PRIZE WINNE fiSr Announced at the Kentucky Grower Show at Lexington Lexington = McKee Brothers of Vet sallies were the principal winners of first premiums of the annual com how of the Kentucky Corn Growers association here They took first prize In the sweepstakes for the best bushel and hnt la ears and in the classes tar r ears dent corn 10 ears yellow oliilltsingle ear yellow dent and 70 Mttot single ear white dent Other prizewinners were George D HodgesiTfHendersonIn the boys and girs department Char s or Versailles was the principal wInner taking firstS for 10 ears White dent 10 ears yelloi dent and single ear yellow dent Mollie Casey of MaSille won the best bushel prIze and that for single ear white dent The first prize for 10 ears other than white or yellow went to OlUe ppsIr i corn prize was won by Charles guisen bErry of Winchester nOfficers for the ensuing year are President F 11 tclce Versailles mice presidennt Asa Duncan Shelb villa secretary Prof George Roberts treasurer A H Gilbert of the COlIoge of Agriculture Lexington gURRENDERS TO AUTHORITIES CadlzCahfri Calhp n who cllt An rQwDion during Christrhas from which wolmd Dixon died In abo utby 24 hours has surrendered to the thoritles and Is now In jail here oval- ing ills examining trial This killIn R occurred on Donaldson creek about eIght miles south of here and is rr- Iorted tQ have been the result of Somo- old trouble Doth were young men about 21 years of age LoulsvilleBuHdlng operations du lug the year 1910 showed as increase of 19 per cent over the previous year according to statistics compiled by the American Contractor he total cost of buildings erected In Louisville du r Ingthe year just closed was 3780042 while in 1909 theralue was 317231 LouisvilleThe value of raiIr cad property in LouisdlIc was fixed byrthe state railroad commission lit 7774 406 Under the J910 assessment of 181 it will yield the city 143r82651 Louisville At the annual meeting of the new Ldvestock exchange a fu staff of officers to serve during the ensuing term was elected as follows WJUam A Burnett president Hen ry Snow vice president Joseph J 3rooks treasurer and Jesse ilicand 5S secretary i t EXPERTS WILL LeCtURE Seventh Annual Meeting Ken uc1 Horticultural Society Louisville in hortlcul- ture will be discussed In all of i phases at the fiftyseventh meetlftg of the Kentucky Horticulture society on Tuesday and Wednesday January 10 and 11 the program for the meeting this year being one of th e longest and most interesting in the history of the society The session s wm be held In the assembly room of the Louisville Free Public library 1llPresidentto the state Interested In the development of horticulture toattend and us- 5ist In the movement to improve con dltions throughout the state Som lrutht bayde on Program he delegates to the convention have been requested by the president to irutnt cominunitieyan object lesson will be furnished by which fruit growers throughout the state may profit- FoIIowing is the program for the two days session 10c10 m Invocation 1015 a mWelcome address by- v t NcalLoulSv1l1e 1030 a mResponse by Hon Wm Cook Bowling Green reeport secretarytreasurers report 11 a mThe Purpose or This So thae Work by Col B H Young BnNan Louisville 1145 a mHow Can the Slate ShropshiresaJaistant of State Fair 130 P m Future Possibilities in GeN LIvingston county and Hon M C Rankin Commissioner of Agriculture Franltfoit Dfts M Spalding Nelson county and Prof Cross of Louisville Flowerrs MrsmJ countya CornsRev McCullum nfHenderson county tnhit in- pur Schools Discussion led by J B McFerran of Jefferson county and V T Kane of Lawrence county Wednesday january 11 Countsor o Trimble county and George V Bal win or Henderson 10 a mSome 4of the Difficulties of Fruit Growing in Kentucky by Proto H Garman State Entomologist Lex ington 1030 a m How to Grow Peache 8 In the Ohio Valley by R 11 Cunning ham Jefferson ounfy 1 1115 a mSome Obligations of the Nurseryman to HisXCustothers by H F Hlllenmeyer F yetis county 1130 a mRemirliscences AJoI1g Horticultural LInes Hon n Cook Bowling Green and Hon W Jest Lee Buhit t county 130 p mHow to Grow Fruit YoungTt 145 p mGrowing and Marketing Strawberries Discussion led by H D Graham Warren county r 2 15p m Should Crops Be Grown in the Orchard If So What Iltd S A Strewn Oldham county 3p mPears For Kentucky Dig cussloh led by T L Button of Bed ford Trlmb1e county and W J Lee or IIullitt county 330 p mThe Competition to Ken tuckys Horticultural Products and How to Dieot it by Prof c M Matt ws of the State University Lex irfgton Why Has the Muldr ugh VIII lion Abandoned Poacli u1Ciire an What Are the Prospects of Apple GroYiing There by Jesse Talbot Harding county Election of omebra Appointment of standing committees Night Session Tuesday January 10 Improvement of Our Common Schools and Beautifying the Grounds O J Stivers Superinfendent Tef Person County schools tHorticulture as a Reoroation for toe vUle Busy 3an by Cot B H Young Louis BANK REORGANIZED Iwhichfor purposes of liquidation because it was stated of lied loans waS reorgan- Ized with 744 shares of the capital stock represented it was decided to reduce the capital to 150000 Nego- tfatJolls for the purchase of the old property from AssIgnee J W Porters were authorized DEAL IN TIMBER Burke vUle = W n Wells has sold to Hull 5 Co of Carthage Tenn for 824000 cash the marketable timber standIng ona tract or 1600 acres on Kettle creek and near the Cumberland river The timber consists of poplar 11ash hickoryJ ItIt for 18 years magistrate in Montgomery county Is dead after a long illnessHe ws 70 years old and for many years u- a large handler oL stock fl tiggtas Lt41W hUDlJmllU3 I c L and N Railroad Time Table IIi isIncoming Trains ill j I Arrives at Seringeld N Arrives at rdStown Arrives at Bardstown Junctn Leaves Louisville i i 1 Outgoing Trains iILeaves Springfield- e Bardstownr Leaves BardstownJunctn = Arrives at Louisville llitiix nNIPIiI tllil Ill01IICilill EVERYBUS1NESS mII1phonreaSenable service the best- CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE lncorporated TELEGRAPH COMPANY IDr W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentalwork atreasonabie prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber S D LAKE Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD JENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident JOHNY MAYES Funeral DirectorI jlLicensed KENTUCKYf dBest Attention shownIHandsome ine of Cake1s and Buriaf Robes Telephone Day ly Night 74 DR M W HYATT OVERrTIE RBp CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 3m to 6 m Dr J C M U- pPitINGFIELD dd KENTUCKY orrIcs c J BAy qs DRIG Office Hours 8 to 9 A1u1 to 2 P J H LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD xi Office in Opera House Office phone NorP Residence No38 The Sun and Times45O 350dThe Sn i and Courler4oiinal na A 3oaic that inVIgorates both old and young For weak nervous men and women Every bot DRi1oAGSl tie guaranteed Get It TODAY HAYDON ROBERTSON s nyonlyl 835p m 740 II 655 610II Daily No 42 600 a 6 45II730 820 IBailY 1140 a m 1005a 810f 855 m1 Suny only No 90 715 a m 75RII 840 93SII Daily No 41 655pm 606n522 II 430ac Daily No 44 130p m 300II415p m 645 m ietNitst us nltlat9t 4 p e M p A BODY BUlLE r FOIL THE CELLS AND TISSUES I HWEIIFIl STlntTi MI Fit non UI SATISiSOLD BY HAYDON ROBERTSON T SCOTT MAYES lv ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky will practice In the courts ot Washtagtot laandFW D CLAYBROOK ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky wilt practice in tine courts of and ad counties and In the courtsoZAAa peals MARSHALL D 3UNCAN Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Washlngtoamd S ICA lPBELLi1J AUCTIONEER Springfield KY i t specialtyWillable Phone 84 HM DIUSSELL AUCTIONEERxLebanon Ky Rt 3 Crying of public sales a specialty Caa cry sales anywhere cheaper than the cheapest Phone l long 1 short Lebanon Exchange 4 i When you want nice Engraved VISITING CARDS WEDDING INVITATIONS MONOt1RAM PAPER Etc call on ohQ Springfield Sun First Class Work Reasonable Prices i ATE TTPrize OffersfromLeaC Manufacturers Book on patents Hints toinventorsn 1nventions needed Why some inventors fait Send rough sketch or model foe search of Patent Office records Our Mr Oree1ey was formerIy Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such had fuWchargeot Ute U S patent Office GREELEY M9INTfflEP- aTErrrATroRr1Ys WASHINGTON bC 81 rCQOKTOI YOURKIDNLYL when Suffering From Baokao i it Headaches and Urina i Troubles t They are probably the truellJour ti of sour mIsery To keen well YOU must keep your kidneys welL There is no bet ter kidney rem edY than Doane Kidney PillsThey cure sick kidneys and tpermanently Edward Por ache 1833 Clove IT land Ave Chicago m says My eyes were puffed from dropsy and niy tace and feet terribly swollen I was a laid up for three months and although 3 doctored I received lithe benefit iDoans Kidney Pllls relieved the aWe tut back pains stopped the swelling Land made me tee 100 per cent bet terr Remember the nameDoan8 For sale by all dealers 50 cents I box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Z The Pronouns IWe must economize said the authorItyIreplied the ordinary citizen Why do you insist on usIng the first Instead of the second person plural 1 t AGAINST TEXTBOOK UNIFORMITY Illinois State Teachers Energetically Combat the Proposition Chicago The Illinois State Teach ere Association in a resolution sets- itself strongly opposed to state unto fortuity of school books expressing it pia the determination of the assocIation combatsuchI lrery DIfferent Matter SheYes I like Ted he Is so ea trvagantIHeThat is hardly thebest quality ior a husband Is itv gofng ItJIpropTraIIY known It would be univerkallyhused to the exclusion of aU to indeed a boon to humanity w J Callan Brooklyn N Y Funds to Fight Tuberculosis Based on reports from all parts of the United States the National AssQo elation for the Study and Prevention statemenwhich t againsttuberculosisspent in 1909 The largest item of ex pease in 1910 was for treatment in sanatoria and hospitals ll376500 b e lag expended for that purpose or more than double Ute amount for 190J The anti tubercuihsis association tulerculosisdispensaries niclpal and state expenditures aggr pted1760000 The statement declares that the most sIgnificant fact In the survey oi the years work is the increase in th spentWhiletotal expenditure was from federal state municipal or county funds 620 per cent came from public approprIa- tions in 1910 The actual amount of public money spent In tuberculosis work this past year was 9267900 ot more than double the amount from factindicatescleres that antituberculosisaaaocia tions are gaIning ground by securing increased appropriations from publio money Hts Wife What de you do tor a livIng Moser 1se de manager ob a laundry k Whats the name of this laundry Eliza Ann CONSTIPATION Munyona Paw Paw Pills areu like nIl other axativ or cathartics They coax the liver into activ ity by gentle methods They do not scour they do not gripe they de not weaken but they do start all the sccre tions of the liver aud stomach in a way that soon puts these or pus ina healthy condition andcor rests constipation Y1myonsPawPaw Pills are a tonic te the stomach lifer and nerves They instead of weaken they ert rich the blood instead of impoverish itJ they enable the stomach to pt all nouriahmcnt from food that u put it These pills contain no ealoalel n je they are soothing healing and bowelwto VALUABLE BOOK Wonderful curative prospectuS ofelectriclt when properly applied for all diseased conditions Thoroughly explains its restorative powers in acute and chronic disease- Tells how to prevent surgical operatio Free upon request Address WCl1lmlCAL 291113 PIH St ClKIMtJ a TAKE A DOSE OF t STHE BEST MEDICINE fsr COUCHE b COLD Fancy Feathers and Wings HOSE who make up feathers into forms that are to decorate mllU nery look with Interest upon each n separatefeatherspend their working hours sewing pasting wiring branding and other wise manipulating the plimage of birds mostly domestic fowls Into new forms Each feather Is regarded with an eye to Its possibilities In the evolution of something now by the manufacturers Even the tiny feath erR from the neck of the pigeon or peacock are handled separately in mnldng up the most expensive pieces Just lately largo butterflies made of these pasted to a foundation covered on the outside and inside of the wings with the tiny feathers have made to marvel at the work of thee designers You can imagine the sheen of the wings and the splendor velvetandgold cord In Fig 1 a fancy feather piece Is shown In which the form Is purely artificial that is not made to copy any particular natural object but an arrangement of plumage from differ ent sources Into an ornamental piece designer must consider whether is work Is to be worn at the front back or sides of a hat The piece shown Is made for the front Beautiful and wonderful color studies and PRETTY DRESS FOR A GIRL Simple Model That Calls wr Either Serge Fine Cloth or Cash mere Serge fine cloth or cashmere might bee used for our simple model which Is made with a panel front laid on sides In a wraI1Ped seam and trimmed with buttons sewn on In sets of three One tuck is made Qn each shoulder For Small Girl stitched to waist back and front tho skirt Is gathered to waistband whic h connects it tothe bodice Materials required Four yards 48 Inches wide one dozen buttons Velvet Bags When you gather up the scraps of your velvet afternoon dress don t throw them away 14ihke them up Int la soft bag that should be carried wi t the dress It cAn be square or and whatever other materIal you wig can be combined with it Along sill thtoe s armoBeads embroidery little patches of tapestry or biocades and braid or lace are easy ways of decorating the fiat upper surface Just as a personal touch embroide- your monogram In a circle or diamon- down in one corner aGlovedThe gloves of tan dog slcin or of gray undressed kid are thee corn ct thIngs to wear with the tailored suIt but the white glove Is permissible On many occasions and the prettiest fancy to a white glove is the thick kid wilci- lxay h he bought for 150 a pair They ors soh In texture and wear wolf gr aceful lines are brought out many ot these decorations now most universal To use them effectively where are largo or elaborate one choose a proper shapo and color remember that the hat and other mIng stuffs are to be considered background for the feather In the ample shown the velvet shape and bon bows aU In one color and frame In the handsome PIece itt the front A small leather piece is not used this way The other trimming ed for the hat leads up to it and fancy feather is to be used as the Ishlng touch simply part of a But milliners and therefore turers are regarding with ever creasing favor those feather that are almost If not quite a co plate trimming In themselves Nearly aU the wings worn on are made wings which term guishes them from natural They are made so cleverly that it difficult to believe they are put gether by the hand of man A of such wIngs springing from a ot feat ers is shown In Fig 2 band and wings form a single for which the velvet raped makes an effective background feather pieces make the work of home milliner easy JULIA BOTTOMLEY NEW DRESS TIP FROM White or Cream Colored Voile broidered Heavily Approved Thing In Lingerie Dress The very latest news from tells us that white or creancolore- voile embroidered heavily will the approved thing In lingerIe dress for early spring That seems to youdothis time to get ready In Really the Possibilities are ondle helr7yembrOiderywill be used or beadwork with ru ber beads or a combination of wanoftroydesignlined beads Or perhaps the wout6cor aid rose or somo other becom1n and striking shade How pretty this would be In threepiece suit with the embrcide consisting of a skirtband side on the waist and collars and on the coat Then there are oth Ideasa Persian design worked put varicolored beads for Instance o spray of heavy flowers mornin glories or passion towers with cc tens and veins accentuated by moa of beads i the proper colors In th case the embroidery itself would equally attractive In life colors or white or even in blackIThen there are How lovely bronze would JJe on crea voile or sliver on pure white Vol bas the advantage of raveling east and so It would be Quite Possible draw a thread aU the way along t materials and work from that Eve drnwnwork could be combined wit these other effects Doesnt it make you want to eta right away Do have a dress like th for next season Jm going to Lace Flower Pins The latest In dainty and clurmln pins for wear on collars and cdis a lade flower crocheted around an ptnary small safety pin The flower usually in violet form though in whit pinhmay be used to fasten jabots ot fie ers and it Is lust as pretty though hatpiuAthree for collar two for cuffsti hatpJn and two stickpins would theprttlest present a brIde or a tr eler to Europe ever received pindt theysoivemourning Tapestry Hats TapestrycovereC hats the tapes in bold patterns or sort and old ti ona light ground stretched tigh over the tramp comp in wide plot shapes and close mushroom m d They are tmbI1Qmed th o i k and and dis ha u s ky t to to In of n d s tl th g the re rt moneyn ow Heto an r on or ges ho od Ys rn p of as ry se of of rt o 3 o d t ber essof aroatin na ell ms ocr e en on on as ed ry ri th is NO APPEAL ALLOWED When Circuit Court Refuses to Trans fey Case to Federal Tribunal FrankfortWhen the circuit court in Kentucky decides that a case can not be transferred from the state to appealfrompeals of Kentucky This point o1 law was decided by Judge Lansing in dismissing the appeal from Boyd county in the case of the Chesapeake Ohio Railroad Co against Delila Heltons administrator that tried him failed to ogre sand was INSTITUTIONs Inspector Commends Kentucky nsti FeebleMindede Frankfort In a report to Gov Will son McTenzie R Todd state inspec Kenefor Feeble MInded of this city as a model school and home 1for weakminded children He com ntllorably of the manual training department and the kindergarten Told says that In the educational department the children are well Instructed in reading writing arithmetic spelling simple hIstbry geography nature study and physical culture LICENSEt theeordinancepwas Itsnotsa 50 to 100 for violations but in addition a givIngmalrins Is forbidden except by those whichwSETTLE BECOMES SECRETARY FrankfortCharles C 1icGhord ouisvilleL recently appointed a memo her or the interstate Commerce commission by President Taft hasap asma son ofdFrankfortThe state board of a rl- cult1re forestry and Immigration changed the date for the opening of the state fair at Louisville from September 11 to September 4 The change was made to avoid conflict with the datesof the state fair of OhIo and In diana and to secure some of the eX hlbfts that will be made at those fairs INJUNCTION ASKED LouisvilleIn an amended bUt of complaint flIed in the federal court W D Brown who recently sued for a receivership of the Citizens National- Life Insurance Co he asks for an in junction against the company do pre vent its reducing its capital stock from 1500000 to 750000 KENTUCKY IN PERU Frankfort Tho prestdent nonii mrated ILClay Howard of Kentuclcy be minister to Peru in place of Leslto Combs ltiir Howard will be l1feflfth Kentuckian to represent thIs government In Lima GOVERNOR AND WIFE ILL FrankfortIllnesss has stalked Into the mansion and both Gov and Mrs astWillson are on the sick list Mrs Vlllsan has the grippe STATUE LOCATED LexlngtonThe fiscal court author Ized the location ot the equestrIan statue of Gen John H Morgan on the southeast corner of the court house lan The statue purchased under the direction of the Daughters of the Confed racy wmbo unveiled In June FAMILY LEFT HOMELESS nykingThe residence of Mrs orLiza J Fugate was burned on Bottom Fork the fire having been set by one ot her small children durIng the absence of the mother The mother and four small children are homeless The loss is several hundred dollars rmFrankforthones of Kentuckys funds will be effected in any way by failure of the Carnegie Trust Co New York appointedenbards DELEGATES APPOINTED appointedaSpeed of TylorsyUle as delegates to NationtheWtishington the latter part of this month HISTORIAN RESIGNS FrankfortJohn Wilson Townsend Lexington historian for the Ken hishisthe resignation that It was not COIl Lexingtonsthare FrankfortThe body of Mrs Frank Johnson was found in a well at her home It Is thought by the familyy that she walkedt the well In her sleep its shewas a somnambulist I FREEADVICE TO WOMEN iillnessLynnMassread and answered by women A wo man can freely talk of her private illness to a woman J esatablishedfidence betwee Mrs Pinkhatn the women America which hay never been broken Never has she Dub slies a testimonIal or used a letter without the written consent of ilia Companyallowedget out of their possessIon IU the intheirOut of the vast volume of experience drawfromneedodInturn except your good will and hr ure11anyglad to take advantage of thispus offer of Addressr PinkhaiaaMedicine Every woman ought to have Pinkham88oPaceText general distribution as it Is too oonlybtainableittoday I- PRECAUTIONS 1 mustnt color my Ups tonight for Im sure to slt out hall a dozen danes with Charlie and hes such a boy for kissing Their Last Hope Gone When the minister praised the berry jam at Mrs Greens bountiful Saturday night supper he could not Imagine why Angle and Horatio the twins gazed at him so reproachfully Dont you like raspberry jam Y lIt- tle man 1 he asked HQratio Yes sir I do and Angle does sold Horatio In dIstinctly resentful fangs and mother told us that she was afraId the last she made wasnt quite up to the mark and R you didnt praise it Angle and I could have it for luncheon on our bread for Mrs Willis and Mrs Shedd never said a word when they ate It and youve made the third but nows1eU use it far the church sociables and Horatio looked gloomily at his twin who returned the look In kind Youths Companion Parliamentary Quarrel I sir aim always at the truth Well all I have to say Is your a very bad shotLe Sourire ILife and dowu1at unfortunately most of us are dews more of the time than up F r Bteakfast 1 The happy ReP11 Post 1 Toastiescrisp pleases young and old Wholesome Economics Con enient Serve 2 1l Wlthcream or hot orcold y The Memo rr Lingers POSTUM CEREAL co LW Battle Creek Mlca JJ J J i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAI JANUARY I8 J91I 9r 1 SPRINGFiELb StJN I ISUED EvERY WEDNESDAY 1 SU3SCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR I Advance J r2 L SMITH Editor and Pirb4issker itered at the postoffice at Spnng1eld r iJ Ky for transmission through the sails secondclass matter TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION 1IXitaMonthsrkree Months a E MARKET lReported by Bourbon Stock Journal tockyardsI Louisville Jan 17CattlePrime export steers 56O6j heavy shipping steerf 525550 light shIpping steers 55 25 beef steers 375525 fat netfers 3 6Q185 fatcows325L75 cutters 250325 canners 15- 0x250 bulls 260440 feeders 4 6251 stockers275485t choice much cows 3Q45t goodrcows 1535 CalvesThe bulk of the best 8a 8c some fancy high medium 6ccommon 2i j6c Sheep and LambsThe beat fat lambs 55c medium and culls 35c fat gheeP 2i3c mdium and common sheep 1t21- cHogsThe market ruled firm and active with prices l5c higher selected hPBe corn fed all weightS sellmg at tEelpens were well cleared and the market closed steady Buyers are discriminat ing against hogs from doubtful sections WHEAT 9719SAo3redReJected2cless on levee l3cc less COQ No 3 white old 55 55adoNo 3Miiednewl n 49 OATS 38NoRye nominal h a 92 The prices for wheat are those paid by deal- sellJRState of Ohio 01 Toledo Lucas CountyBSFrank J Cheneymakes oath that h JCheneycity of Toledo County and State aforesaid that saId firm will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot CatarrhCureSworn to before me and subscribed an my presence thIS 6th day ot December A D 1886 SEALNotary Public internally SenforF J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c rake Hails Family Pills for constipa t10n The Acme Meat Market THERE IS NO BLUE BLOOD Money is The Base of The Claims of Those of The Best ramiliesc Some of those who are in the habit superiorityeWer theIr blue blood and arIstocratic lines age recently sat up and took notice a broadside directed at them by Dr Woods Hutchinson a wellknown physi clan and biologist of New York says the Lexington Leader There IS ntJ such thing said Dr Hutchinson in a lecture before the League for Physica Education as blue blood There arty no best families and there is no aris poracv based on anvthings but tie post3ession ofmoney Aristocracy does not pay either the indiyidual who claims it or the nation which subsidizes it The gamut ofhuman achievment is run In one generation Manv forms of greatness are accompanied by a lack of balance and while the great man breeds true his descendants are just as apt to inherit this lack of balance as hi genius HIS greatness however wins riches generally speaking and that enables hIS descendants to keep up a certain artiticialaristocracy but I believe the time will come when the tran smission of great fortunes will be forbidden bylawm fact when t will be impossibLe to transmit from onegen eratton to another a sum greater tha 10000 The rest of a great private fortune will revert to the stateto the people to whom It really belongs great man is the ptoductof his com muty of his enVironment Eight tenths of our great men came from poor families They receive theIr education from the community Poverty a disease which eventually we will b able to control and conquer like another when wealth IS not concentrated in the hands of the few and when the laboring men gets more than one or ont and a half percent of hIS earnings contend that there is not spch a thin as a half made man that a man is ab solutely the product of his ancEstry and hIs environmeht investigation has demonstrated that a certain amount 01 real talent has been developed to arts tocratic families but not to the exten that would justify theIr subsIdization n by the governmentthe robbing of the people with has taken place au Euro pean countrIes The best opportunit y for developingg a great man to the cit IS in a family which say an income pf 3000 and in the couritry m a farmy having an income of approximately 1 500 I believe in the aristocracy of the average normal woman Dr Hutchin othere MISC hf will begin teaching music a1 JanuaryThose abroad to study music will b e better prepared by taking a instructionsdwill receleve special attention Piano tuning and repairing specialty Oscar Shirley s the place to buy the best or every thing to tat For Court Day Only JANUARY 23 1911 5 pounds Arbuckles Coffee selling at24c lb for- SI00 5 pounds Competition Coffee selling ai21c lb for 90 5 pounds Best Blended Coffee selling at2c lb for 110 6 pounds WIzard Coffee selling at 24c lb for 100 12 cakes Big Deal Soap S0 12 oxes Wash Powder 50 12 Boxes Corn Flakes 7 i 100 12 Cans Tomatoes i7 J 00 12 Cans Peas 100 6 Boxes Baking powder w 50 110SmokelessOranges per Dozen 25 Best of Meats at Regular Prices PhOne 87 JAB MORAN Jrj highestmarketBring or send your Laundrytlrstclass work Guaranteed www wwwM t SENDING J I GIFTS w ww ww wwww ww wwww rID In a mess again girls said young Mrs Allison plaintively She examined the points ot her scissors 1Gracioushatred blonde Has there ever been a day ot your life that you haventIbeen In hot water about I doubt it returned 1 abject of the Inquiry with gloomy resignation Isnt it wonderful that through it all I retain my lowing and hopeful disposition l Hum commented the fluffy haired blonde withVa suspicious frown What have you been up to nowIMe Why nothing said young Mrs Allison the innocence or a babe overspreading her countenance It wasnt me this time 1 wasnt even trying an experiment How can you be so cruelas to accuse me Ten us aboUt It urged the girl In the furtrtmmed gownrI wm returned young Mrs Aui son and perhaps you Can offer some advice Fred has a second cousin eighteen or twenty times removed who got married last week I never saw her but of course a cousin Isa cousin Freds family are all away so his mother wrote me Inclosing a check and her own and Father AlUsons cards and asked me to get this cousin a wedding present or to add the amount to the value of our own pros pective gUt and send It an in one tonme so J slected a nice heavy sliver bread tray and Inclosed all our names wasAthat I hadnt sent Cora Norrells baby anything yet though ot course 1 had written her The btby is 2 months old you know and Cora has been very since then With pneumonia So I andewrote on one of my own cards and addressd thread and then sighed Wen demanded the girl In the fur trimmed gown Ten days later resumed the storyteller I had a note from Coras sister saying that Cora was still unable to Write letters but that she wished to thank me and my hnsbands family for our kind thoughtfulneu for the spoon was charming It occurred to me that her graU rude was a bit spread out but I IUP posed Freds mouser must haTes mt flowers or something to her though I hadnt supposel they knew each oth shooyt s man left me a gushing letter from the bride Freds cousin eighteen time removed The fact that I dldnt know her at- an she said made It all the lovelier ot me to send her such a beautiful wedding gift with such a clever little rdearbeep born into the family The nuttyhaired blonde laughed sUddenly and young Mrs AlIIson nodded in response to her look of en lightonment It took me about three minutes to see light on the subject said young Mrs Allison At the end ot that time I realized that the jeweler had mixed these envelopes Our tour names had gone in state with that poor Innocent little Infants spoon The other members ot the Bewlng circle laughed delightedly but yoqng Mrs Allison still frowned The worst Is yet to come she assured them When I left the card that was to have gone with the spoon I wrote on It My dear girl how sorry I am get over it soon and Ill come when can Now I ask you all she walled It you can that a poem 1 She gave you the benefit ot poetic license suggested thq iUffyhaire blonde But what arq you going t do about itchange jenelors or sen your own prescntshereatter Neither returned young Mrs Alit son with growing equanimity I have merely decided tQ swear off on buying wedding gifts for my husbands cons Ins r It Hast Been Pulled MinnlckI see that they have foun d In Egypt the mummy ot a man whoa e right leg Is nearly a toot longer than the left one SlnnlckImportantas evidence that they had church faire In ancient EgyptBrownlnJs Magazine Realism That actress sheds real tears at every performance Yes she la moved by her deep sympathy for the mtnagers distress when he gives up real money Got Her Interested Our cook has been with tie thre mpnths ndw How do you account for that hesreading a continued story hi the we subscribe to Not a Closer Incident HeShe has a pretty mouth SheYel b tthatia mere fool dent Yes but its an incident thats never closedYonkers Statesman t t I The BeStock I RReducing Sale S STILL GOING ON 4T- I The BIG STOREI You cant afford to let this great sale passwithout taking advantage of the Lowest Prices on Record ladies Suits and Cloaks less Than Cost Some ofthem set Half Price Lot of Mens and Boys Suits at Half Price u UOvercoats at big Reduction Lace Curtains at Cost and less Lotof Odds and Ends from each department have accumula ted and we will sell them at a song to get them out of the way Bargains in Shoes Hats Shirts and Underwear Entire stock of Sweaters at Cost and Less + Come and Look Through and be Convinced The ROBE INCORPORATED AY R06KE CI8 81 e Dr G T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST reeth Extracted With out airaCROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work StriCtly First class Springfield Ky mce in Halton Block rip stairsI Local News Notes Phone 202 for that ood tender Roast G Jt Carpenter Get your Horses and mules ready fot our th Annual Horse Sale Feb 25al Boblitts stable L A Burns City has for sae 400 bushels Orchard Graas seed 160 per bushel Call at once Pork Chops at G Carpenter phone 202 NOTICEThe him of ONeal and WrIght at Valley Hill have quit hue i nessAny one indebted to said fire ofD0R ONeal and must canoe and settles at once with out further notice ONeal Wright Jelllcdcoal Sell your hides and fur tu Grinstead he pays highest prices at the Poultr H use Any kind of horse you want at our Horse sale Feb 25 at Bobltts stable NOTICEPartes are hereby notified that 1 strictly forbid Hunting or ties passing of any sort on my place All oltrnders will be prosecuted to the fur lest extent of the law No favors shown J M Russell Rt 4 FOR SALE hour elegant building lots facing on Main street and Coving ton Ave Pavements and street already made For further partieules can W K Robertson hOR RENTThestore room occupied by Miss Wilfle Knoft as millinery stor MCampbelleThe Ladies of the Catholic church will serve court dinner in February Sell your hides and fur to Grinstead he pays highest prices at the Poultry House For first lass Cleaning n Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRiNGFIELD CLEANING AND Pitzs31N- CLUB tiEO G GOWDY Prop Nice tender steak at G F Cart ents meat market Phpne202 Dont forget the Horse sale Feb 2- 5atBobhtts stable Miss Georgie tocanou her and M Bert PadRett ot the Deep Creek neig borhoodwere married by Rev Wu Harrison Williams on last Thursday his residence on CoVin ton Avenue Fresh porkand Steak always on hand at GF Carpenters Phone 202 Get your Horses ready for the 6t Annual Horse Sale Feb 25 There wilt be a Revival meeting at the Methodist church begtning Sunda January 22 1911 and continue to Feb 1911 There will be two services each tday This meeting will be condu ted by the pastor Rev T J Wade assisted by Fey P H Davis or LouisV1i1 Ky An are cordially invited to art these meetings Anything in the meat line at G F Carpenters meat market Phone 202 Attire meeting of the Stockholde- of the c National Life Insuran ryrN fitly held in Louisv- dleB 10 WQ brooke was elected a res J oz iris Board ot Directors to ur two years Mr Claybrooke Has been a member of the Board for several years and has made a very efficient and useful official Dont forget the dater We wilt have buyers for all classes of horses Feb 25 at Boblitts stable buttoYn engraved yithun SupposLQto be lost near Mt Zion on road to Valley Hill FindEr wi please return same and receive reward Jas Moran Jr Several people In town have receive from Lieut W0 Reed circulars the Moro Province Fair to beheld ASIthepresumably Philippmese it Is rather difficult to decipher but It is printed i red ink and sets forth innumerate exhib ItS and as Bill Reed is connect with the fair it will no doubt be a fires t success The only regrets that the re tnaet her have to send regrets and not be able to attend it person to view the fair in company with Lieut Reed BIRTHSfBURN Thursday Jan 12 1911 to the wife of Walter McLaughlin a botBoRN Friday Jan 3 1911 to the I wfe of AyHUat J 9t a daughter totca Messrs W D J S J R and J I Claybrooke have purchased the Arm strong farm rnNelson county for acon sideration of 16 006 This is considered one of the most desirable places in therfourIis a fine ont- ocupied residence the place which will be by Mr John Barker who haS been engaged by the Claybrooke Bros to manage the farm for them VIEWh lMrhe Hines were rparried in Louisville Wednesday January 11 1911 nightYlawn Mrs Hays spent Friday with Mrs Lucy Ann Grigsby Mrs Emmet Settle and son Harry andriJ E Steveson Rev E D Griffey spent Monday with Mr and Mrs Preston Moore Monday night with Mr J W Hays PeytomsTuesdayc Free Sample Aids Old 110 1The sudden change from years of of both body and mind toquiet of years causes the manychangesgestive organs titbowels surferriUpation but from IndIgestion headache aftereatingor allnecessucy to keep the bowels soasurgatlveworkofexperimeatatvarious kinds and have become convlneed beatamUd gentle pleaaanttasting laxative r theo rlIt successfully for a quarter of a cen celltaoraJaYBOft8Ysend abottle JtM allotherof stomach liver and bowel trouble aM Camore325 N Notre Dame street South Ileiai thehousevalue to every member ettM Ileatotthefree of HT ExJlah oevrcue a F Miiornose aaA aAAress a a ea therwl For eifherreueet sietrs Gaittwlldiagi THE SPRINGFIELD ISUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY IS IgtiSII t1 SIS I SIIi S1O SS SSS S S SS SSs S SS SISSS SS S sSS SISISS SIS 1S S SSt O S 4H L d WASFIINOTON I I HOUSE and WE THE or T 8 1 A A Clubbing Rates s e t The Sun and Daily Herald until Jan 30 only- Louisville 75 t Tines i 450 Evening Post 3li0 armers Home Journal 175 IBreeders GazetteU 2 00 rWeekly Courier Journal 4 150 Weekly Herald Io SUN Springfielil Ky f 0 Discount CASH I am offering my Harness and Horse Goods at most remarkable prices and Ilvlnl 5 plr cent dlsclunt for Cash in all goods cllllng from l up WAGON BREECHING J425 5 6 650 and 750 These Breeching are aU made of l atherrNo paper or cloth filling in them WAGON LINES all made 16 feet long sewed arid rivitedt 1 inch Lines 240 118 inch Lines 275 WORK BRIDLES per pair 190240 265 These Bridles all have good large blind and heavy reins cut fro aNo 1 leather 0 BELLY BANDS 1 inch wide per pair 85 11 inch wide per pair 95 2 Inches wide pEr pair 105 SACK BANDS with snaps good andheavy 2 for 6C GOOD SOLID 1 INCH HAME STRAPS 2 for 25c laM offering my chain or wagon harness complete for a blr bartain 2 Bridles 190 2 PaIr Hames with straps 110 2 Pait Trace Chains extra heavy 140 2 COllars 500 1 Set of Breechmg all leather 425 2 Belly Bands solid leather 85 1 Parr Lines 16 feet hn n u 240 Total 1690 Discount for eash 90 ti loa1 u L 1600 1 air Tassels 35 4 naps extra r J2Total r J 1655 Will make thee complete outfit for NQw is youropportunity to save money It this set doesnt S suit you we have them heavier with prices in proportIon i HUGG HARNESS per set 960 and 1i60 We pave many other styles I give tree with each set of Harness 1 pad 1 hItch rope and 4 snaps for backing straps and lines I IIIIcounty a e yourse Can Save you Money on Roofing J Begemann Shop in Old Baptist Church NOONAN DEAD MeLof Former Washington CountYTamily Dies In Louisville The following article on the death ofI s Annette Nopnan was taken e Bardstown Standard Miss Noonan who With her parents the late Mathew Noonan and Mrs Nannie Noonan for merlv resided in the Thompsonvife neighborhood and will be well remem bered by many of tile r citizens ot this county Since moving from this county in 1900 Mr Noonan and three of his children 11ave died After a lingering illness of several months duration MIss AntecteNoonan aged abouttwentytour years daughter of Mrs Nannie Nooiiandied at her mothers home in Louisville Ky on Sunday morning Jan 8 1911 at 530 otclock Deceased was born m Washington county but her childhood and young womanhood were spent In Bardstown and in Louisville to whIch place the family removed about two years ago Annette possessed bright mind a responsive genial nature and gentle disposition and was a comfort and a joy in her admirable chrIstian hpme The youngest member ofaoQce large famIly circle the passiig of this lovely spIrit wIll cast n intense gloom and heartbreaking loneliness upon this oltstricken hornet fur is the past six years the noble chrIstian wife and mother and the other members of this household havebeen many times bowed beneath Deaths merciless bereavement tje father the late Mathew Noonan two daughters Misses Nellie and Kate No onan and one sun Mr Albert Noonan all having withIn that period passed the bourne whence no travellers re turn and in their more recent loss as in the heavy sorrows already afflicting them they have the sympathy and condolence and the friendship or this community apd of nil otherwhere wIde ly extended circla of acquaintances Funeral services were conducted on Monday morning ni St Johns LOUIS vile Ql which congregation deceased was a devout member Interment was in St Josephs cemetery Bardstown immediately folioing lQlO train from LouiyvilIu on Tuesday Jan 10 The suvlvtng close relativ 9 are a mother Mrs Naume Noonan two sisters MIss Serena Noonan of Louisville and Mrs Jack Montgomery of Fairfield anel- four brothers Messrs James Noonon of Louisville Paul and Herman Noonan- ot St Lonis and Edwal d N man of the U S Standing Army Bi CIVILIzED Jlt C aiIreYil- ortis ond rJfpnil JtatiolleJ Jaje tress jvjliZiltjDl J Wile fuispo osrpIWt See or Samples of Visiting Cards Wedding Invitations Monogram Paper etc IThe SpringfieldSun ttltStHn CO Leaf Tobacco Sales Daily Good tight and Sates Floor of Shed and WILL GET PRICE Write Phone No1155 ROTI BOHANNAN Mgr Auctioneer THE 5FOr 1600 Ceo MISSANNETTE jruiukfeHu ellseQjPlr Loose Largest Plenty Stalls FREE HIGHEST Iutl ROll RUN WIll Mjlburn has moved to the farm he recently bought of Jim Harlan on Rock Run John Goff has moved to the Brown farm near the Cross Roads Will Milburn and family spent a few days last week with his brother rred Milburn Ndah and Leo Pinkston spent Sunday with the family of ft C Curtsinger Walter Oldham has returned to Illinois Tom p McMillen and family are visiting friends and relatives at Salvisa Fred Milburn sold hIS tobacco to Erastus Holiday at Be for all Geo Pcttyohn andrwife of Illinois are visiting relatives and friends here Oscar Keeling and wife spent Sunday and Monday with H Hays and family Nelson Pinkston of DeKalb Ill is VIsiting frIends and relatives here thl week Hs Will rethrn to DeKaib next week where he has a good position John Oldham IS visiting R Riley this week Mattis Riley is visiting her sister Mrs Ida Perkins at Tablow spentonJdaYMilburn Ray Pinkston ofPolin spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of John McMillen jClarence McMillen spent one day last week with Willie Milburn Merritt Hungate dined with the family of D U Curtsinlter recently Effie Milburn spent one daylast week with the family of Walter Hale Sam Hale spent Sunday with I the family of E D Masters 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 anotherand the last is always the harder to cure If you WIll take Chamberlains Cough Remedy nt the outset you will be saved much trouble Sold by Haydon Robertson WILLISBURJ There are some busy workers in our vicinity getting subscribers for The Sun and working for those young ladies that are so eager and anhious to win in the Piano contest Let everybody du double duty by paying uporsubscribinlt for The Sun and vote for some deserving young lady People have been busy moving in and arc nd our tbv r since the first of the year inf John 4t Ruse has computed his new house out ou the Sprmgfeld road and has moved into It Dr W W Hyatt and family have movedInto Mrs Mary Mcllvoys resi dence Evert Scrugs has moved on his farm vacated by Dr Hyatt Chas Odpr has taken inoin with Mrs Sue Merritt and ILchard Pinkston has moved to his farm bought of T J Mil ler recently vacated by Cnas OJer J G Johnson bought Mrs A B Wells property some few weeks past Mr Johnson will recta store house near his property and will carry a ful line of goods here We trust he will soon be ready for business and welcome Mr Johnson una his estimable wife in our mias- tMrJerome Wells will run tha hotel at this place this year There will be a box supper given in the new school hUildingat this place Friday night Jan 20 The public is cordially invited We hope to announce in our next issue when the school will begin Miss Maymie B Merritt WIll visit Mr and Mrs Rufus Foster at Bagdad this week ouMisses Anna and Gladys Foster Sallie Hendren and Anna Bishop spent Saturday and Sunday with Edia Sims MIss Yaleria Goodlett of Polintis visiting relatives and friends here MrT J Trent of Chaplin was m our midst last week ruse Irene Sutton is Spend 109 the weekwith Mr Thos Noel and famIly at Gtena Creeks I W IISPRINGFIELD I All York TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT Pain or Danger Done in this omce is first II class i1ev rYuleJe t and 13ustasadvert18ed GUARANTEED 1 8 Shaders Grocery 0 00o000a00000ct0C- 0Q Personal Notes 0 f o a Visitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round UP ofthe Weeks 0 Personal News OOotiS0a0I0I0I0aaaa0I0a0 Mr C R Grundy and Mrs J Y- tM yes attended the Grundy Swain wed ding in LouIsville Wednesday Mr and MrsS E Mayes Jr and ilfies Annie McElroy left Thursday for Florida to spend several months MrJT S Mayeshas been in Will Iisburg on business this week W D Glaybrooke went to Mays vllle this week to be gone several days Dr George Lawrence is ill at his home on High Street Mr John Brown pf Lebanon visit edhere last week Mrs W F Grigsby accompanied by her c ildren is vIsiting her pare td at Chaplin Mr T S Mayes was in LouisvIlle last week on business onlbusipesaburg Monday to take up his duties sI cashier of the Central Bank to which position he was recently elected Not ce The neW bank only occupies half of my store my business will go on just the same A few good hats at less than cost Also skirts and coat suitsIMs VHliams1 r DEEP LRfEf Mr Sam Guwens of Richmond by- movectto the farm known as the Hail vey Lawson farm We welcome ink to the community Mr W B Elliott andwifeentartaiaedi as theIr gUests Mr A Holdernian ands wife and Mr Henry Holderman on Fn day last MIsses Maggie and Sada Coyle enter= tamed as their guest last Wednesday nightJdisses Dora and KlzY Gowens Mr Willie Carpenter and wife were lD Springfield last Tuesday Mr Grover Elliott has returned homer from Danville where he spent last week with his father Mr J HiEiIiott Mrs Mollie Coyle spent last week with her son Mr WooseC le atJensonton Mr Oda Coyle and wife spent Thursday night with his father Mr Ben Coye W H Elliott and wife entertained as their guests last Friday Georges Elliott and wife rMr Patti Best entered schoolaft- Perryville last week Martin Lee Arnold returned to hisi home near Aliceton after soendin g severalveks with his grandfather Mr John atherly Mr Btl PadJett and Mis Georgiea- Gcanou er were married at Spring field last Thursday We extend congratulations to the happy couple JCZZMA U RHEUMATISMFor twentyfive years Botanle Blood Balm B B B hu teen yearty thousands of sufferers frQM Primary Secondary or TertiaTy Blood And all forms of Blood nd Skin Diseases Jtheumatfsm and czema We solicit the mnst obstinate cases because B B B cures- where all else tails It u have aches and pains In Bones Back or Joints Mucus Patches in m uth Bore Throat Pimp 8J Copper Colored Spou- Uleenon of the body HaIr or Eyebrows falling out Itching watery blisters or Oven Humors Alainqs or of ECetn Bolls Swellings- Eatinga Sores take BB It kit s the poison makes the blood and rich completely channng the entire body Intoa clean healthy condition heaUnlit every lore topping all ache nnsandpItching curing the wore caee of Blood Poison Rheum tim orEcsema BOTANIC BLOOD BlLK B R Bi is pleasant and safe to take com posed of pure Botanic ingredients It- purines and enriches the hlood DRUGGISTS 1 PER LUtGE BOTTLX- ith direction for home core 9ampie Free writing BLOOD PALM CO Atlanta Oa =ONWILLEU Il PASTRIES We bake every day and always have a fresh tine ofpastries Telephone 69 and your orders will be delivered promptly Light Breadre Ql Stead AU kinds Qf Fancy Cakes Pies Rolls Buns Etc Oysters end Celery Fresh Fruits And Candies Fitzgerald iertleiiI s U4igi- E3Af71 t IfalRj IR IILITJ1rR 2R1 rJ lore C 11YR = FlF yOO W rzARl2d c oZfP4Ar 1s SYNOPSIS Lawrence Blakeley lawyez goes to Pittsburg with the forged notes In the Bronson casb to get the deposition of tohn Gilmore millionaire In the Tatters home he Is attracted by a picture of a young girl whom the millionaire explains hIs granddaughter A lady requests Bl to bpy her a Pullman ticket He lowerieRten and retires In lower nine Heawa clothesIts found murdered Circumstantial evidence points to both Blakeley and the unknown man who bad exchanged clothes With him Blakeley becomes Interested a girl In blue The train Is wrecked eeke ey Is rescued rom the burning car the girl In blue HIs arm is broken T1ey go to the Carter place for break WestlitdropskeftndIUtatpic of the train taken just before the lngtrSulttV1and sprained his ankle He stayed some maklngltMIulriesf as and kisses her Mrs Conway the thePllwtth him for the forged notes not know amateurdetective CHAPTER XXIIContinued- I sat for a few minutes thinking It oyer But what did he mean by say tendyethe overtures h think he was lying Hotchkiss reflected Bronson hasnt reached kis figure qts Ii bIg advance Mr Hotchkiss stndI appreciate what you have done w re than I can tell you I said nd now if you can locate any of BiT jroperty in this fellows room 161I send him up for larceny and at leat have hIm where we can get at kinL Im goIng to Cresson tomorrow tryto trace him a little from there But rUbe back In a couple of days and well begin to gather In these scattered threads Hotchkiss rubbed his hands togeth delightedly f1batli It he said Thats what we want to do Mr Blakeley Well itwetangle it up agaIn Im not vindictive by nature but when a fellow like Sul liven not only commits a murder but goes to all sorts of trouble to put the burden of guilt on an innocent man I say hunt him down sir You are convinced of course that Sullivan did It Who else He looked over his glasses atm with the air of a man whose mental attitude is unassailable Well listen to this I said Then I told him at length of my en counter with Bronson In the restau t of the bargain proposed bY Mrs Conway and finally of McKnights new theory But although he was impressed he was far from convinced Its a very vivid piece of Imaglna tion he said drily but while It fits the evidence as far as It goes It dQesnt go far enough How about the stains in lower seven the dirk and the wallet Havent we even got motive din that telegram from Bronson yes I admitted but that bit ot chain kPooht he saId shortly Perhaps like yourself Sulllvan wore glasses With a chain Our not finding them does not prove they did not exist And there madQ an error half confidences are always mistakes I inAlisonIt was one oclock when Hotchkiss Hnally left We had by that time ar ranged a definite course of action Hotchkiss to search Sullivans rooms and it possible find evidence to have him held for larceny while 1 went to CressonStrangely enough however when I eatered the train the following mOrn tug Hotchkiss was already there He had bought a new notebook and was tarpening a fresh pencil r changed my plans YOu see he said bustling his newspaper aside for nie Its no discredit to your intelli- ence Mr Blakeley but you lack the professional eye the analytical mind You legal gentlemen can a spade a epade although It may be a shovel 3A Primrose by tho rivers brim A yellow primrose was to him And nothing more tQUnted as the train pulled out CHAPTER XXIII A Night at the Laurels I slept most of the way to Cresson detectiveFinally hisWaysurreptltlousboxes of candy From scraps ot con rersation I gleaned that there had been mysterious occurrences at the convent endlng In the theft of what reverend father called vaguely a quantity ot undermuslins I dropped Jeep at that point and when I robbed 4ments later the conver9atto- nbidpro progressed Hotchkiss had a din rrram on Qn envelope Wit this window boled rind that ac one inaccessible and if as you say the ergarments were in a tub here at X then as you hold the key to the other doorI think you said the con vent dig did not raise any disturb questionbutThe priest looked bewildered I11 tell you what to do Hotchkiss said cheerfully leaning forward look aroun a little yourself before you call In the police Somnambulism Isaqueer thing Its a question whether we are most ourselves sleeping or waking Ever think of that Live a saintly life all day prayers and matins and aU that and the subconscious nighttotheft so to speak Better examine the roof I dozed again When I wakened priestfromdazedly over his breviary reachGdCressonaforced the agent at the news stand to close himself in and that beat back from the rails in parallel lines of white spray As he went up the main street Hotchkiss was cheerfully obllvi threateningdusktion My draggled condition I shoUld say for he improved every moment his eyes brighter his ruddy face rud dier his collar newer and glossier Sometime when itdoes not encircle the little mans neck I shall test that collar with a match I was growing steadily more depressed I loathed my errand and its necessity I had always held that a man who played the spy on a woman oasiblaMore was ben trbdeIItd Ts I utmit I was afraid of wtatt J xtlgkt Iserli For a time however this promised to be a negligible quantity The streets of the straggling little mountain town had been clean washed of humanity by the downpour windows and doors were inhospitably shut and iron around an occasional drawn shade came narrow strips of Ughttb1t merely emphasized our gloom When Hotch kiss umbrella turned inside out I stopped I dont know where you are going r snarled and I dont care But Im to get under cover Inside of ten seconds Im not amphibious I ducked Into the next shelter which happened to be the yawning en trance toa livery stable and shook myself dog fashion Hotchkiss wiped his collar with his handkerchief It emerged Teaming and unwllted This will do as well as any place he said raising his voice above the rattle ot the rain Got to make a beginning I sat down on the usual chair with out a back just Inside the door and stared out at the darkening street The whole affair had an air of unreal Ity Now that I was there I doubted the necessity or the value ot the journey I was wet and uncomfortable Around rne with Cr sson sa center stretched an irregular circumference ofmountain with possibly atenmile radius and jn It I was to find the res idence ota woman whose first name I did not know and a man who so far had been aurely chimerical per son Hotchkiss had penetrated the steam Ing interior of the cave and now his voice punctuated by the occasional thud of horses hoofs came to me Something light will do 11he was saying A runabout JJerhDpa lie came forward rubbing his hands fallowed by a thin man In overalls tIr Peck says he begnnthls Is Mr Peck of Peck k Pecksays that the place we are looking for Is about seven miles from the town Its clear- Ing Isnt IU It Is not I returned savagely And we dont want a runabout Mr Pk What we require Is an hermetically sealed diving suit I suppose there Isnt a machine to be had Mr Peck gazed at me In siienge machine to him meant other things than me tors Automobile I supplemented His face cleared None but private affairs I can give you a good buggy with a rubber apron Mike Is the doctors horse in lam still uncertain asto whether the rawboned roan we took out that night oyer the mountains was the doctors horse or not Itit was the doc tor may be a good doctor but he doesnt know anything about a horse And furthermore I hope he dtdnt need the beast that miserable evening While they harnessed the horse Hotchkiss told me what he had learned vlJlnltyround here One of them Is telegraph operator at the station Person we are looking for iswasa wealthy widow with a brothernamed Sulli van Both supposed to have been killed on the Flier Her brother I repeated stupidly You see Hotchkiss went on three people In one party took the train here that night Miss West Mrs Curtis and Sullivan The two women had the drawing room Sullivan had lower seven What we want to find out Is just who these people were where they came from If Bronson knew them and how Miss West became entangled with them She may have married Sullivan for one thing I fell Into gloom after that The roan was led unwillingly Into the weather Hotchkiss and I eclipsed be hind the blanket The liveryman stood In the doorway and called directions to us You cant miss It he finished Got the name over the gate anyhow The Laurels The servants are stttl there leastways we didnt bring them down He even took a step Into the rain as Hotchkiss picked up the lines If youre going to settle the estate 1WUa tt Despondent he bawled dont forget us Peck Peck A halfbushel of name and a bushel ot service Hotchkiss could not drive Born a clerk he guided the roan much as he would drive a bad pen And the roan spattered through puddles and splashed Inkmud that Isuntll I was In a frenzy of irritation What qre we going to say when we get there I asked after I had finally taken the reins In my one useful hand Get out there at midnight and tell the servants we have come to ask a few questions about the family Its an Idiotic trip anyhow I wluh I hd stayed at home The roan fell just then end we had to crawl out and help him up By the time we had partly unharnessed him our matches were gone and the small bicycle lamp on the buggy was wa vering only too certainly We were covered with mud panting with exer tion and even Iotchkiss showed a dis position to be surly The rain which had lessened fora time came on again the lightning flashes doing more than anything else to reveal qur Isolated position J Another milo awus It possible more despondent The water hiI r clothes had had time to penetrate the roan had sprained his shoulder and drew us along in a serles of convulsive jerks And then through the rain spattered window of the blanket I saw a light It was a small light rather yellow and It lasted perhaps 30 seconds Hotchkiss missed It and was inclined to dotbt me But In a couple of minutes the roan hobbled to the side of the road and stoppedand- I made out a break In the pines and nn archgd gate Jqrtl1eboggymuch shelter as possible ender the Itreedown against the driving rain drooping and defected Then we went toward the house It was a long walk The path bent and twisted and now and then We lost 11 We Were climbing as we went Oddly there were no lights ahead although It was only ten oclocknot later Hotchkiss kept a lIttle ahead andthentime I should have taken Once at I felt my way around a tree inthe unexpectedlygo down my back What do you expect me to do he protested when I remonstrated Hangout a red lantern What was thati Listen We both stood e ring Into the gloom The sharp a er ot the rais- on leaves had cease nd from jus1 ahead there came lct to us the stealthy padding of fe In wet soil My hand closed on Hote iss shoul der and we listened toge cor warlly The steps were close by unmistakable The next flash ot lightning showed nothing moving the house was in full view now dark and uninviting looming huge above a terrace with an Italian garden at the sides Then the blackness again Some bodys teeth were chattering I accused Hotchkiss but he denied ItAlthougiIm not very comfortable Ill admit hoe confessed 7there war something breathing right at myel bow here a moment ago Nonsense I took his elbow and steered him In what I made out to be the direction ot the steps of the Ital Ian garden I saw a deer just ahead Eby the last flash thats what you heard By Jove I hear wheels We paused to lIsten Ua Hotchkiss p this hand on somethtn = close to us Heres your deer he said Bronze As we neared the hOUd the sense of surveillance we had in the park gradually left us StunAling over flower beds running afoul ot L sun yalopghthe steps finally and climbed the ter race lt was then that Hotchktts fell over one of the two stone urns which with tall boxwood trees In them mounted- guard at each side of the does He didnt make any attempt to Getup He sat In a pUddle on the brick tfoor of the terrace and clutched his leg and swore softly In government Bug lish The occasional relief of the lightning was gone I could not an outline ot the house before me We had no matches and an instants In vestsgation show ed tHat the window were boarded and the house closed Hotchkiss still recumbent s aseer taming the damage tenderly peelllzi down his stocking Upon mysoul he said finally r dont know whether this moisture Is blood or rain I think Ive broken a bone Blood Is thIcker than water suggested Is It sticky See if yes can move your toes There was a pause Hotchkisi moved his toes By that time I had found a knocker and wan making the nIght hideous But there was no r spouse save the wind that blow sod den leaven derisively In our faces Once Hotchkiss declared bts heard a window sash lifted buuenQVi d vie lence with the knocker produced nc effectTheres only one thing t3 doe l tdbringwalk can you tit Hotchkiss silt back In his INt1dlf and said he dldIit think be oltUrbut for me to g back to town and teavo him that he didnt have any family dependent on him and that II he wars going to have pneumonia he had probably got it already I left him there and started back to let I horseIf possible It was worse than before There was no lightning and only byamiraele did I flnd the little gate again I drew a long breath el relief followed by another equally long ot dismay For I hat found tha hitching strap and there was notbI at the end ot It In a lull ot the wtnw I seemed to hehr far ett the ee A thud of stablebound feet So for the second time I climbed the slope to the Laurels and on the way I thoualit- of many things to say I struck the house at a new angle for I found a veranda destitute 0chairs and furnishings buf dry Ld evidently roofed It was better tt9lta the terrace and so by groping altm1 the wall I tried to make my way to HotchkIss That was how I found the open window I had passed perhaps six all closed and to hgve my hand grope tQr the next one and to find In stead the soft drapery of an inner th1leastI found Hotchkiss at fst around al angle of the stone wall told him that the horse was gone He Wi1 disconcerted but not abased main tltaining that it was a new kind of ino that couldnt sUp and that the hors must have chewed the halter through Ho was less enthusiastic than t bad expected about the window It looks uncommonly like a trap he said I tell you there was someone in the park below when we were coming up Man has a sixth sense that scientists Ignorea sense of the nearness of things And aU the time you have been gone some one har been watching me J40 BE CONTINUFP Their Own Race the Enemy Itbas been found in N t 8cott- 3that the lobsters reief enemy 1Itthe dogfish but the iobataz LOVE AND THE AEROPLME ri1MortalsCourting Aloft Secure a nice roomy aeroplane and place in it an pldfaJhioned sofa or- tirmchair Then put the girl In get In yourself and turn on the power Do not be in any hurry Get far enough up so that you can be preoc cupIed tor a few moments without landingIt just as well to strap the girl In She cant get away sof course but you can kiss a girl In an aeroplane mUch easier If she is firmly secured Always keep one hand on the steer lug apparatus and the other on the girl but If worst comes tb worst let go the steering apparatus The following schedule If adhered to will prevent ordinary accidents Five hundred feet up hold girls hand Six hundred feet up arm around her waist Seven hundred feet drop everything and hold girl working steering apparatus with both feet Be careful when you aUght not to come down near a church In the ex citement of the occasion you may for get yourself and marry the girl Many fatal accidents have resulted In tIlls manner Puck STUBBORN ECZEMA ON HANDS Some nine years ago I noticed small pimples breaking out on the back ot my hands They became very irritating and gradually became worse so that I could not sleep at nIght I consulted a physician who treated mea long time but it got worse and I could not put my hands In Water I was treated at the hoe pltai and it was just the same I was told that It was a very bad case of eczema Well I just kept on using everythIng that I could for nearly eight years until I was advised to try Cutlcura Ointment I did so and I found afer a few applications and by bandaging my hands well up that the burning sensations were disappearing I could sleep well and did not have any Itching durIng the night I began alter a while to use CuUcura Soap for a wash for them land I think by using too Soap and Ointment I war much benefited I stuck to the Cutlcura treatment and thought If I could rse other remedies for over sevlin ybara with no result and after onlr bavtg- a few applications and flndiast ease from Cuticura Ointment I thought it deserved a fair trial with severe andstubborn case I used the Oint meat and Soap for nearly six months and I am glad to say that I have ands as clear as anyone It Is my wish that you publish this Letter to all the world and It anyone doubts it letthem write me anti I will give them the name of my physl clan also the hospital I was treated at Signed Miss Mary A Bentley 93 University St Montreal Que Sept 14 1910 Malady Worth Having f1 cant understand my husband doctor I am afraid there Is some thing terrible tlte matter with him What are the symptoms Well I often talk to him for halt an hour at a time and when I get through he hasnt the least idea wht Ive been saying Dont worry arty more about your husband I wish I bad his gift Stray Stories FemInine FlnancierJ- ngHele won our bet on the toot ball game and you owe me ten kisses She a commercial school graduate Very well Ill give you a draft on mamma Hardened ScottIs it true thllt Cool lgh Is financially embarrassed MottHes fearfully In debt but it doesnt seem to embarrass him much The next time you feel that swallowing sensation the sure sign of sore throat immediatelywithdays and perhaps weeks of misery Arid It sometimes happens that a man liken to nave his wife get so mad she wont speak to himthen she will not ask him for money PILES CUBED IN a TO 14 DAYS OINTtlTheres one little satisfaction when a man falls sick It makes his wife repent of her III treatment ot him Dont work the game too often however litre Window Soothrsg SJrkp ircbUdren teetblng eoftensthegums redueesia- Sammauonallarspslncures wind colic Zcabottle- Avoid pushing to the front by going back on your friends rJo tI IJjrrH8 VIEW 1ItISpr j eel fell and sprained my arm and was in terrible pain I could not USe my band or arm without intense suffering until a neighbor told me to use Sloans Liniment The first rt gave me instant relief and I can now use my- mn as wellas everMxs H B SPlUNGE 901 Flora Sty Elizabeth N J SLOANS LINIMENT is an excellent antiseptic and germ killer heals cuts burnS wounds and eontusons and will draw the poison from sting of poi sonous insects 26c 6Oo and 100 Sloan book on horses cattle sheep and poultry sent free Address Dr Earl S Sloan i Boston aIL UL A Army r sq- Constipation 1I 5enee EtkT n CARTERS UTI1E LIVER PILLS ass JelPel yiK 1s nW II7 IMIt cue Gsiilaass w IIaM lsr w Gave J Me Instant Relief application u The ucras lllJ I 1am or fee rMtiraeC YrM PITENTre4 NS of S 00blaai1II1tJi1 St Washington 90 Dearborn tie itizFtkaoral4 9Weak HealtMany people safer hose weak hearts They say perisacs shortness of breath ea exertion pain over the Hutor dizzy ieetiap oppressed breathiag after seals or their eyes become blurred their heart is not sYiltaostly ettoag- to pump blood to the extrmtdss and tIIeybave cold Leads anctfeetor poor appetite beosuse ofweabeed blood awlto the stomach A heart two and alterative shldhe take which bobad alterdect Sulk iaDrPiwce GwMedical Discovert whick contains no dug rots aareode nor alcohol The fflrredIeRU as attested under oath era SteM rat WIiaaM cBleedreet SUrIlIUM Caaa4aasM Seal rMt tlynatk Casa iiala Queens root SlJIlIsZ t ilKk Cherrybt k Praaes Y gIYewfThis tonic contains no alcobel to shrink up the red blood corpuscles i but N the other hand it increases their ausiber and tHy beefaee round Md hslth t helps the human Item is the coestant maavfactu of rich red WoNIt helps the stomach to assimilate or take lip the proper le eeta fror ttie fedthereby helping digestion and curing dyspepsia Mart ana and sassy cacti t fortable symptoms stops excessive tissue waste iu vaheeesoe fro = fevers i for the rundown anamio thin blookd people tke rDiseovery M 4 andvitalizing Stick tothiaaafean3s+nereraedyand refoeslljat w NetMiCbuty 1FLAX IS PROFITABLE Wonderful Paying Proposition In IWeltern Canadian Prairies So much d of the wheat cats and barlel grown in the prairie lands of western Canada and so nuich has been told of the wealth to bemad out of the raising of cattle on the succulent and rich grasses of those fertile plains that a most important product hu been al gmostlost sight of Flax Recent press reports advise us that on one of the last boats to clear from Fort William at the head of Lake SuperIor for Buffalo there were 2UOOO bushels of flax valued at 583220 and on another boat leaving the same day there were 288OPO bushels valued at 720000 There has been a big demand for Ca nadlan flax this season and the lake movement has been very heavy Flax is always sure crop and gives to the farmer who Is anxious for quick return after getting on his land the chance he is looking for There Is opportunity for thousands yet on tile free homesteads of 160 acres and many of these are available within short distance of the lines of railway that are already built or under con strutIon either on the main lIne or branches Besides these free grant 1andl there Is an opportunity to pur jfchase from railway and land corn at reasonable prices The display of western Canadas grains In the straw as well as recentlymadedemonstratlonof what the country can do It proved splendid as an illustratIon of the resources of that vast prairie country which during the past year has again Proven its ablllty to prod ce excellent yields of wheat oats and barleyand flax Not only this but the splendid herds of cattle area source of large revenue There Is a fund ot Information to be had by reading the Canadian government literature copies of which may be had free by applyIng to your nearest Ca- iiadian government agent WAITING FOR TROUBLE 110W long would they have to wait I boy for a kiss If you were tiler9 dear A Little Mixed Admiral Evans ata luncheon in San Francisco said of a naval policy be disliked It Is mixed and magical It reminds ine of Bob Backstay who be came engineer on a submarine Bob said a friend dont you find it dangerous work this knocking about In a submarine deer benath the seat Yes very dangerous Backstay admitted but a mans got to do some thing you khow to keep his head above water Returnng the ComplIment Mrs FarawayI suppose you have forgotten that this is the anniversary of yout wedding day Professor Faraway abstracting himneif from conic sectionsEh What Dear me Is it really And cvhen ls yours dearStray Stories Burning Money r BlbbsHow dId he make hls- Doney SlobbsIn smoking tobacco BlobbsIs that so Ive been smoking tobacco nearly all my life but 1 never made any money at ItDenver Times OLD COMMON SENSE Change Food Whsn You Feel Out of Sorts A great deal depends upon yourself and the kind of food you eat the wise old doctor said to a man who came to him sick with stomach trou ble and sick headache once or twice a w ek and who had been taking pills orioJIQ was Induced to Stop eating any- sortof fried food or meat for breakfast and was put on GrapeNuts and cream leaving off all medicines In a few days he began to get bet ter and now he has entirely recover betterbealthtwenty years This man Is 68 years old anij ys ho feels like a new man all the time Read The Road to WellvlUe In pkgs rheralI a Reason Ever read Ike above Ietjit A line appear from time to ttine They are KenuJa trse and fuJi ztercvt DIRECTIONS FOR ERECTING PRACTICAL SHEEP BUILDING First Floor rranged With Posts for Attachtn Wire Fencing for PartitfotisLainbing Pens Are in Warmest Par dI First Floor Plan The accom ying rawings shown by rm St k and Borne embody an- exce1lent p for a large sheep barn which 1 L hdescribea in detail as follows Foundation and post footings are of stone or grout The posts strongly support the tipper floor and furnish points of attachment for wire fencing partitions he lambing pens are In the warmest part The remaining space may have the dimensions thanged as occfasion requires Feed big racks are movable and may form part of the partition Part of the Loft space may be iied for young stock in pens Windows are fitted with open sash covered with two thlckneses of mug Un This will furnish ventilation but- may be supplemented by roof yentlla tore In case there Is not suflicient WINTER CARE FOR ANIMALS Sudden Change From P sture to- Grain and Hay Feed Has Often Been Cause ot Sickness Among Stock By R B RUSHING I find from eXPri mce that It Is most profitable and will cause ls ut tIe shrinkage as possible In the milk flow or loss of weight In the animals interchanging from grass to grain and hay that such changes should be gradualI at least ten days or two weeks should be taken to shirt the animals from their fall quarters of grass to winter quarters of grain and hay I too often see animals out In the pasture until very late In the fall and receive very little attention If any till sotte stormy time comes and then they ar hustled Into the barn and fed lots ot fed which Is pitched to them any way and usually the com c quencOls some sick and perhaps dead stock This Is not proQtable Very ften during the season when the animals are to be changeU the pasture is rather short and sometimes tough while If the fall rains have been plentiful the grass may bo in fairly good condition but if the animals are allowed access to a rack full of good sweet hay they will begin eat Ing the hay oven while the pasture Is quite goad in this way the animals will become ccjstomed to the change gradually an there wm be no danger whcn put on dry feed I think one of the best feeds to be given Immediately after removing from pasture is some kind of rootn turnipe or beets which may be fed at this season of the year to the best advantage and will assist the animals in getting to tho corn and hay In feeding forage at this season of the year It should e of the very host quality as the animals thpst be tempted with rations of the very best kIndS When there Is some old hay In the Darn do not feed It now it vilI come better durIng the cold weather when the animals naturally have n good ape light some of the windowl CaD be glazed but usually doors will be open using gates when necessary The second story holds much more roughage than will feed the sheep The barn is thus suited to the frequent conditions of plenty ot stable rO Il and lack of storage for roughage or where part of the hay Is sold Also for storing roughage to be fed outdoors of The ml ln part has gable doors aid track for hay The Ell pas several doors and may have hay track It is for oat hay In bundles shredded or bundle fodder mid straw By using the Plan blower It Is easny filled Grain may be placed in second story drawing it- down to feed Ioof has prepared roofing sides l1avb the same In light weight over cheap boards or IfinnY have a drop siding petite and aro weU accustomed to dry food Animals should be kept out of doors as much as possiblo and should bo stabled only when theweatier Is bad In fair weather never stable stock unless It Is Very cold as they like to be out In the open air and it Is better thostablesstables and the weather is not too severe see to it that the windows are open so as to have an abundance ot ventilation In the early winter thci animals will suffer moro from clos confinement than from too much veJltilatlon When chafiging from rasa to dry food allow the animals as much libel ty as possible in the yards about the barn only putting them n tho barn at milking time and during the bad 1ghlyAnimals onpasturo naturullytake exercise In grazing they will walk miles The change from thts condition tc a narrow stall Is rather SOvcre and dQo consideration should bQ given in allowing them at this time 1s much freedom and open a r while cbaytging the feed as possible itchIng Skin It Is aaid that in case ot itching skin the horse should b1cllppe and the grain ration cut down ontihatf No corn should bo ted The almal will do best on oats bran un4 hay Green grass often leads to ltchtnes8 of thorn skin After cUpping apply to the itching parts as required a mix turo of one dram each or dllutol suI- phurJc acid and carbolic acid In pint of water A little menthol adited is effective whore itching Is excusive Wash the affected parts betpre first application of medicine Is made Should the trouble continue rive a tablespoonful twice dally of a mix ture of equal parts of powdered wood charcoal and granulated hyposulphnte of soda Cpttlc In Argentina The Argentine Republic is a great- cattle producing country In 1909 no fewer than 130000 head were exported A great amount of frozen meat and chliled meat Js shipped MANUEL BROKEN IN SPIRIT Banished Youthful kingof PQrtugalI Reported Most DiSconsolate Since His Dethronement LondonSeveral members of Eng lands royalty who made a visit to Woodnorton where Manuel the ban- Ished king of Portugal is the guest ot his uncle the Due dOrleans asserted Manuel plainly shows his grief over the loss of his throne The boyish smile and abounding good nature exhibited by Manuf on his visit tb England several months ExKlng Manuel 2 before the Portuguese revolution tore the scepteJ from his hands are no longer in evidence The youthful exile has lost 20 pounds at least since the upset of Lisbon He wanders about his uncles estates as die consolately as any hungry exile ot less rank in the foreiKl quarter ot Soho That the oxking will receive an in como of 100000 yearly from his es tates In Portugal now seems Improb able It Is even likely the estates will not be turned over to him at all but will be confiscated In partial settlement of the debts ot his family to the port gUese people These debts are many times the value of Manuel estates Vhen Manuel was exiled it was ret ported he was only too glad to lay down his kingship and wanted to live a Urf3 free from the wdrry dad dan gets his title brought STRANGE MESSENGER OF SEA Bottle Encased in Barnacles Recently Washed Ashore on the Coast of Mine messengerJqttheHurrlcane Island recently where iti fell Into the possession of a fisherman named Gustaf Neilson Mr Neilson thought he had wan dered on a freak fish but examination showed that his discovery was a bat lurtebarnaclesvIsible The bottle waS of the kind used by lobster fishermen as toggles torlobsterpot buoys but the barnacles were of a size and character unlike any others he had ever seen In these waters Instead of throwing his strange find back Into the ocean Mr Nellsou car- rIed it to the village store where it occasioned so much comment that if was sent across to Roqklnnd and The Encased Bottle placed on exhibition Many zica cap tans iewed andsserepnanLmeusiy- 6t tliebpinionThat they had never seen such barnacles this side of Lab radar Thesesea parasites are more than an inch In thickness and have prob ably been accumulating on the bottle many years Tl1tt the toggle may have driftedfrom the Icy catCrs ot Labrador to the little granite inland off the Maino coast Is not considered at aU Impossible How many year it has been engaged In Its voyage Js an interesting problem scarcely likelY to bo solved Joseph M Porter a stonecutter who carried the bottle to Rockland was offered a fancy flgpr for It ty several tourists but will sent It to his brother John Newton Porterot New York TightlyLaced Shoe Bursts Artery St LouisA tightlylaced shoe which Impeded circulation caused an Brter to burst in the leg of Miss Maggie Hunt of this city while ah3 was sitttngn her home She almost bled to death before medIcal tsist alice was obtained IA hHstmaa CtJtrcllm Wright dlsthissing flying NewYor1i bidd to a reporter The French claim to make the best machines but our foreign order books tell a different story Our foreign order books give the game away like the little DaytoIi boy at th Christmas treat He got from the the at this treat a pair of trousers and waving them around his head he electrified the entire Sunday school by shouting In a l ul and joy ousvolce Ohma these pants must be new Pan ver had a suit like thatIt Long TIme Coming Real College Boy waiting for his change In department storeTblssuspense Is simply maddening Esnie raldo Hadnt you better start a tracer after my change Saleswoman meanly but sweetly Just like money fromhome isnt it Archibald Drake Delphic Companions In Misery EnaFor all sad words of tongue or pen StellaForget it Im an old maid myself yohouv pay but ztk1 wrslefMhflaMlucWH FOR cous AND HEADACHES INDiGESTION AND SOUR STOMAcH GAS AND FERMENTAT1ON CONSTiPATION AND SILIOUSNESSwrrH MOST SATISFACTORY RESULTS CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO IN THE CIRCLE N EVERY PACKAGE CETHE GENUINE I THE WONDEKhn pPULARnY OF THE GENUI4E SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OP 5ENA HAS LED UN31UULOU5M- ANUFAC1JRERS TO OFFER IMITATIONS IN 4RbER TO MAKE LARGER PRom AT THE EXPENsE fr THEIR DEALER ASKS WHICH SIZE toti WISH OR WHAT JAKE YOU WISH WHEN YOU FOR SYRUP OF FG5 AND ELIXIR Of SENN HE Ut PRZPA NG to DECEIVE YOU TELL HIM THAT YOU WISH THE GENUINE MANUFACTURED SY THE CAUtORNIA FiG SYRUP CO ALL RELIABLE DRUGGiSTS KNOW THAT THERE But ONE GENUINE AND THAT MANU FACTURED SY THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP co NOTE THE NAME PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSSNEAII ThE I01TOM AND THE QRCLENEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKAGEOF THE GENUINE ONE SIZE ONLY FOR SALE SY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS RGULAR PRICE PER BOTTLE in tiss I SYRUP OF FiGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA ESPECALLY to tHE NfED OF LADIES AND CHILDREN AS MuD AND AND ANQ ABSOLUTELY TREE FROM OBJECTlONAllL EQUALLY BENqIClAL FOR WOMEN AND FOR AND OLD FOR SALE fJL fUJCGsm IUY THE WWINE fiG LIUNION IMADE 13 35OBoys 8HOES200 250 AND IfICOuki take you and shoW you how carefullyW WorkmlU1sblp and high grade why Dollar for Dollar Ishape and flt better loud wear buyDo my have yeara that I make 300 outer manUfacturer Statea WLDohglasu CAUTION DOUltwnameJOur c1eale cannot Rhoe T1ite for Mah Cabiog w Kmkt Maa of the Man Miss Amelia listened with brebthlEss to Mrs Huntings radiant account ot the do- Ings of Hunting her husbands younger brother who had left Wo- brookintheHUls In his and had become a millionaire Is Jim this summer Miss at the end of the recital He gone for baths replied Mrs Hunting alnt one mite surprised to that Miss Amelia said His mother never could make him wash bis neck rDutlis Companion Important to Mothers infants and children and see that it Bears the- Signaturo or In Use For Over 80 Years The Kind You Have Always A Poultry Problem ia correct ask the sAm Jbex boarder who wIshed to air 1inovledgdto p a sitting or a setting hen I dont know replied the farm ers wife and whats more I dont care But one thing I lllto to know when hen cqckle has she been laying or Is she lying1 Brush With ArtistMadam it Is not faces ai e that It is souls Dr Pierces Pleasant first put up 40 years ago They regulate and invigorate stomach liver and Sugarcoated tiny granules She Raved Mr BurbleThat elocutionIst Is lame queen isnt she Mr BoredA raving beauty TO CURE COLD IN OE DAY Tabletrug1trnZundUlWYl5 MOb box Sic Nothing amuses the average man more than to have some be- iny she Ii bossing him t Hoods Cures all humors cat and rheumatism relieves that tired feeling restores the appetite paleness nervousness builds up the whole system Get it today usual liquId fora chocolated tablets called ar8at- aaMONEYmTPINC ten AlEL It SONS LV2YILL5xT RJdegw1 A CUSTOMERS IF A IT IS ONLY H drBooJdet IIOL U BftlIe IT IS PLEASANT EFFECTIVE IT4IS MEN YOUNG UfCALWAYS MEN fntoznY large L DOuglas leathers longer andsellrnore theunited U Ord i Father Austlit attention James youth Where Amelia Inquired has abroad II hear Bought WhIch h theres a A Madam paint Pellets A signature is oa woman cures FIfRl M1FrFarmpTwis lSaesPxi aekitk9IXOfrultainlOhouri T tofpaekor2or3earJyP8 ItdIIWI 1uU1XIIf5ENNA Sarsaparilla F ADAPTED GENTLE INGREDIENTS w Pcictci CALIFORNIA SYIWP7C DOUGLASFOR shoe WOMENutrr otCA8TORIA Ills thepBostpn TAKE NO SUBST1TUYaupplJ1ou JDoultlAs DOUGLtS1HpazkSt Amasa would bowels Kenne4yefEdmoflton 44 B to the Ac 1acres ot Spring WhetJJ 9fu riaotherdIstrthtstnthatnr Otherjee1lentresul ttbatfrom128bu peracre 25Oa2 LI busbolyie1dsereua 3bushelsacre were threshed fftIaAlberta Seidsia l15 TheSiIerCipsttbeeeeetSa tA1bertayprmtcc grlijiiseiaiverctab1e yloldsfor como also tr MaLOejVe8ternFree homesteads of 1M ixemptions a aeIuSchools convenient 1 mate excellent tatvery bestraUays close at lrtreAllonableeasily procrectD1b1a5uccesWrite uto belt place 0Jsettleuient settlers low lllustraseI4tsLDenWestSn I1ppueainIIotJJertDoratlon MeT IdNrh5f Use address enstY08 Diliousnessi 11 Ihave used yourva111b1e ascs- cld I find them perfect Cottl t without them I hAve used them fee some time for andbiliows and am now completely cured Ro4mend them to oce tried win never be WithOetthesn ia tW- familyE4wrdA Marx AlbUyNYsP- 1esamt Palatable PeIt TaMe GeoL Do Good Never SWeese or Gdel- Oc25c SOc Never sold Is bulk TPIIme tablet stamped C C C Ouertsed cure or your money back rtMAKE MORE IOIRThan you ever dreamed sibledeco pi1lowpsInful as women Learned atonc no required Takesliks wildfire everywlaeei Send stamp quick for praticulars CMVALLACE W N U C1NCIN TIN 211tI I 8 THE SPRtNGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY t8 riiqPUBtICSALEI Of Land and Personality ofIe me on e premIses on 4TURDAY FEB 4191 r AT 100 OCLOCK P M for sale to the highest bicider the following property1towlto1er The Land Containing About lJO Acres owncd by the late Wm T Stigall at the tlme9f his death Said land has on t f 2 barn anrl1 smnll tenant house is aU good tobacco and grass tande1 located and wen wat red 1 will also at the same time and place otTer for sate the following person property 1 BitdseH Wagon 1 very fine Shot Gun 1 Sorghum Mill and box 1 stock certificate No 96 in the Wshington County Tobacco Warehouse Co l Double Shovel Plow Lot ot qorniA crib estlmatee at 30 barrels whichptirchaserwl11rest8t 6 per cent from On personality all sums of 10 and under cash over that amount note dui 3 nonths after date hearing interest at 6 per cent per annum from date JOSEPH POLIN Execut rSoM CAMPBELL Auctloneer Of the Will of Wm TStigall Escapd With His LUe Twenty one years ago I faced an MartID1PortJ had looked like it sure elOugh II tried vervthinJt I could hear or for my cough and was under the treatment of the best doctor in Georgetown S C for a year hut cOuld get no relief Ai friend advised me to tty Ur Kings M New Discovery I did so and was corn pletely cured I feel that I owe my life to this great throat and lung cure Its positivelr guaranteed for coughi colds and all bronchial affections 5Oc and LOO Trial bottle free at Haydon Rob rtsons SUSCNIDERS- IMrs FREE COLUMII J 1 Martin Rt 1 has for sale C Rhode Island Red Cockerels LQQ each VMrs Kate Litsev Rt 3 has for sale S C H Leghorn and S C Butt Orp- bington Cockerels 100 each RL Brady Rt 3 has for sale i5or 20 tons of timothy hay touls D Walker Rtl has for sale 4 iile foot mate HogsVSam G Tucker Rt I has for sate pure bred Rhode Island red cockerels 100 eachV Mrs Emmett Settle Rt I has for said pure Silver Wyandott cockerels LOO each t 4A Burns City has for sale 400 bushels of Orchard Grass seed 160 per bushel Call at once Mrs A B Walker Rt 1 has for sales few nice Bronze Goblers 350 each c L Brady itt S has for sale 200 b usnels of good orchard grass seedV 2 00 per bushel About 100 Kentucky River water ma lPle sha ie trees for sale by T J Graves ati5c 2Oc and 25c eachVThorough bred Leghorn pullets 60 CGns each Thoroughbred Leghorn Vroosters beauties 75 cents Also bronze turkeys reasonable jn price for aaleat W RaysVRt 3 Lebanon Ky Mrs C N Willett Rt 2 hastr sales C Brown Leghorns 100 each and WIre bred Naraagansett tnrkeys 300 fQr4gobblers hens 2 50 Mrs John S McElroy CIty has for sale pure Ired Minorca cockerels 1 00 Miss Julia Parrott Rt 3 has for sale ure bred Bourbon Red Turkeys 200 for Hens 300 for Toms RA rinstead City wishes to buy c3 tons of good timothy hay Telephone aitytwo 6Z Mrs J R Barber Rt 2 has for sale Pure Bred Bronze Goblins and Silver Lace Wyandotte Cockerels SOc each Mrs EL J CocMlJuJther Texas Ky ttas for stile S C white leghorn cocker els 100 eachVMrs C L Mudd Rt 2 has for sale ttioroughbred Bronze TurkeysV Alvah F rkms Rt 3 has for sale 20V ush ls ofseed rye for 90c per buhe- Mrs R H Langfiord rt 4 hafor sale S C B Leghorn roosters at The Veach Also a few of Mrs C L Brads stock at SOcJMrs thasfor sale Pure Jred Brown Leghon ocherels and some nice hen Mas C L Brady Rt 3 has tOfNaJE arred Plymouth Rock Cockerels 100 achItUiMor Than Wild Basts The number of people killed yearly tby wild Deasts dont approach the vast number killed by disease germs htes safe from their attacks in ar water dUdt even food NoI grafllf protectIOn is afforded by lBittem which destroy and iieadI1 disease germs from the systemj That s wh chills fever and piaIird and many blo d jsease yield r pruthpt1y to this wonderful purifier Trv then and enjoythe glonous heatb aild fleW streiigth theflI give you- hekMoney if notsatiJolfieci Only SOc it Hayd i Rub rt ons i The Iuiest and mighties little thing tltit EVtr was made is Chamberlains Stoniach and Liver Tablets They doth wok wheover you rtqlire their- Said Ttise tablets change weakness into stri ngth listlessness Into erergy- gtuoriiress Into Joyousn s Their action i rntle one dont realize they have tken nurgative Sold by Haydon obertson CuijSUl and CourierJ6umaL su X1l 1tiedJ LW iY r POSTEb warningtolands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest especially 2iof town rR L BRADY rfdno 3 G W CQCANOUGHER rfdno IC J HAYDONCityV P S BARBERrfdnoj T A GRUNDY r f d no 1VGRUNDY ORPHANS HOME H B WATERS rt dn 4 W G GRUNDYr rd nolVJOHN BASEL MULLIGAN lVno I MRS J W KELLY JVOHNVY MAYE MRS SUE KNOTTr f d no 4VJOHN F SIMMSVB WNEIKIRK rt d No4 Parsons Poem A GemIV AlhsonlaThepre such a beaks necessity beIfUE DR KINGS Haydon60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS OPYRIQMTS C Anyone sendIng a Jlketrh and descriptinu nay qulckl ascertain our olllIlln tree whether all Lnvnnt Inn is probRbly ble cnmnunlcat- ipnsatrictiycoiiiideiitlal HAHDS00on Patents securlngpatentaPatentspecia1notLce witboucbnrge lathe- Sdeuftfjc Rmerican A handsomely lUntrated weeklr JatJrest dr- cuintlon of any Iqnti1iC uli Terms 3 ayear four month V Sold newsdeaier- sMUNN CO361Bry New York rnch Ot5ce v SL S tiT- RClDFIN gj ITIIHISwelded joint gives you a continuous one piece roof without a throughit Made of natural mineral asphaltthe best weatherproofing known No Coal Tar SOLD BYV fieorge J egemalln MANUFACTURER OF HandMadeHarnessSPIUNGrlEI KY i t c fTHEf Have you hoard the very latest Lou Be r oihldd an excited girl as she ran up the steps or her friends home Philip Maxon Is engaged to that cousin ofVMargerys The plain one I mean Im nl surpr1sedV ansWered LOt1sO lallt idly Not surprised Well If shes not thoiaat person on earth that aesthetic PhilIp ihouId have chosen Im not a julge of poople Why every girl In tQWii has been setting her cap for him and along comes this dowdy girl and calmly takes him away from the rost of us Of course we all know that shes bright and good tempered butVThats just It The brightness and good tempertwo small attrIbutes 1weve been neglecting In the whirl ot now gowns and smart talk weve forgotten that real worth may occi- aslonally be appreciated bya man Im not stlrprisert to hear that theyre en gagedV was there You were there wben they became engaged Louise dont expect me to blIevo that Philip proposed to the- girl In your presenceVI dtdift mean exactly that I mere saw tho beginning of the affair and In twodays I foresaw the end I coud have told the girls that they neednt have got new evening Cwns last mwith for PhilIps dance at the VCQUn try cluthbV Tell me about the engagement Well Philip had Invited a party of us to go with him In his machine to the automobile races In Elglnyou remember them MargerYs young mar ned cousin uI her husband were to chaperone the crowd and as this girl was visiting Margery Philip had to In vlte her I dont believe he had ever noticed her beforeVYou know hdWV particular he about and how he uttes toCIOtbCI4 have his guests well dresed We all squalleret1 our allowances for months ahead buyng new auto togs We vestell In those lever foulard coats simple but expensive motor frocks and cunning honnethats with the most gorgeous of That Is we aU did except the cousin You know Vshes been self 3upportlng for years and canS not indulge in the extravagances that We paUJIeled pets of successful fathers domuch good Itdod8 any ot us Dont attempt sarcasm not sarcasm Its just a fa t Ive learned Well we started out ta on Thursday afternoon and e were a handsome party PhIhI a machIne jperfect you know T e men were 1n their top bOots and au o clothes and we girls surely did to k well In our new tQSsyouU admit all knew how to dregs Margdr s cousin had nothIng newjust a sI pie dark linen dress stout boots a Sailor hat with un old veil of Mar gerys anda winter coat that had seen service That girl Isa bricK abe compUniented us all on our ap pearance and she raally meant It- hAre you golg to try it Dont Interrupt We had a glorious run out and got Into Elgin tired and buiigry about eight oclock As that ill beyond the ordinary dlniier hour and the place had been overwhelmed with vldtorjl w were glad t9 get a haphazard supper In a little restau rant Tliere the men left us while they went tf find the rooms PhiliP had tlephuiidV forVe waited Pnallv the VmeII aipeared much fallen1V creatII accommodaIjthe ear overnight We women were aghuHtwe artut good outers aS you knowallVexcept Margtrys She thought it would be great cousinI peclally she iezutrked as we do nothlngdse except go home COUldI Vrni5 the raees So out we girls and altpt In the ear while the men rolled up In the robes on the grOUnd None Of Ill coulll do UP our hair In the inornhiig Picept the cousin who has some Klorlou natural braids Somehow In that char morning light our bought pIIffc looked out of place beside her siuooih hall Wp women were dIshveifd sod cross but the men had rstlwrVtfljOed tho expert enceV VVWhlle thE rt or ilti WEre trying to make ourselTeaV presentable the- cousin j and the niechiinlcbni had been ruwmaging around undir the s atai and brought out au WitOrtmt1nt of cohol lamps and lrov1t1lonE Tbs cousin COOkfd avprftCl breakfast She told ttorleli read IUlmt and kept us all amuae4 until the races began PhtUl began to tali noticE When she picked the Winner he became interested That nlgbt we oid rooms but they were uncomtpltnhft tuid again tVbeVnext day all exceVt tb counin weVjIred and crosa She t ned that eetcud dfty- by forcing Uti tC kn e a goI time Phil- Ip linaily bectnc morf than iDteft iltt ed We d1iccvered that abe had eyes and the un which scorched USi did not affect VhkIVWe rnotcrdVVVhsek lo ton and had dinner at the l Uh There wii a little dance atrWaTt1 and PbIHpfound that she ould danceVSo than how it tartd I suppose hes been diacoyiring good qualItIes In her ever sIncesheVrertrtlnly musthe mor11nOfl ot usVVV p t VVVVVV- LIFE IN THE AGES GONE BY According to Itandard of Living wages Were Good In the VFlfts nth CentuiyV Vwork and honest dealings were exacted by each guild of its members and their laws against VKd- UIteration and the like wore almost savage their severity In the year 1546 two grocers were burnt In Nuremberg for adulterating saffron and spIces A similar instance occurred t Augsburg In l2 In some towns makers who did not properly bitice their bread were shut up ina basket fixed to the end of a pole and 80nRd- to the boUJm ot a pool ot dirty water as many times aswere thought nc- Vessary to reform and make better tradesmen of themVWages judged by what theVmonOy WOUld buy wereVgood In th fifteenth cent ry In South Germany the aver age price of beet was about half a cent per pound while the dally wages of carpenters and masons in addition to their keep amounted to about eight cents a day In Saxony the same workmen earned besIdes their keep nine cent per day In addition to this the workman was given a ertPLin sum each week to pay for the expense of washing himself ThIs wholesome gratuity Was known as washing money In every town there Were the needful arrangements for bath lag both In winter and summer and It was a customary thing for the guIlds to demand for their workmen a holiday once a fortnight and sometimes oftener for the purpoaeof bathing At the beginning of the sixteenth century a day laborer could earn besides hIs keep 22 centS A pair or shoes cost him sven cents a sheep ten cents atnt hen about one and onehalf cents 25V codulsn ten cents a wagon load of firewood delivered 12 cents an ellof the best homespun cloth 12 cents a bushel ot rye about 15 c ritsFrom The StOry of France by Thomas E Watson GO IN FOR WHOLESOME FUN Recreation a Necessity But Beware of the Wrong Sort ofV Pleaaiirea Those who try to do without recrea- tlon pay the penalty in arrested devei- opnicnt says Orison Swett Marden- In Success Magazine They dry tip- Their lives become juiceless and Uninteresting They do not get rid of the brain ash from one day to another and the monotony of using the same faculties a great many hours each day without change or diversion wll1 soon so deterlo rate the mind that It will lose Its elasticity Its power to rebound and the brain wllJ operate In a perfunctory manner instead or with strong vigorous action Ud wlll produce nothing original or great A multitude people hoover lore the very good they are seeking InV their recreation by Indulging In pleasures which Vdcmorailie weaken and whkl1 Instead of making them fresher anti stronger for their iJext days work leave a deurnralizlngVe action and exhaust their vitality Their goolV time docs not a rom pUsh the end sought becau3e1they cannot discriminate he wepn innocent amusement which s4njlsVU healtlitul glow all through the wiloleilature rebuilds rejuvenates retreghens re stores all the life forces to their nor mat cozidition and the pleasures which exhaust the vitality deplete the c11t fortes Those people contuse with dissipation Anything hIh lessens jour selfrespect whlch you are ashamed to mention to your mother or sister whleh makes tbiflkVa little less ot yourself Is dlS1lpatlou not goods wholesome funV Editorial Diversion The chlAf editorial writrr n one ot the local papere bag iIicoirtib- raiuj a new way or relltlng brthii fag generalftkethis onecarne accidentally Que morn Ing after rounding out h1VlCRdIflg edl tonal for the following day this pnndtrous brnind molder ot public thought hanctd tOVts1J with his pencil medItatively on the rounfs or the bark of hit swivel chair There were eight of these round14and lo he found that each one WAt tllthhn to a different musical keyiii other words by striking the rounds with- hih eniI1fl certaIn IrrguIar order he could run the scale fiV the ant token he could play a tlue Up to that tIIIW he had nevtr In tor music JO ari great extftlit hilt now he was all keenfor cuitivatIzi that- hitherto Vnpgectpd JilIAhC or his nR tureV He jraetise coneentratioti of thought that hu may get thrciugh his work withVrsitsonable dIspatch and then he hegtflsVOfl the buck of hl re- ovohlng thlr Aiizy or two ago lie had iricIically nisstiretl that lpl nutty unp and artnriluF hll another eIieClevoJHIifl Pidn Dn r Monster Glaciers The grnt size ot the glacier around Monnt Cook in NI 7pn ftI has ben orum remarked Tht ma- nin Is IS mlles longV the Miiicho- tffl mUs lie GOdley cigiit miles the Muliler elghtSpldV the Hooker seven mlles Most or these glaciers have moraine of exceeding roughness but th approaches to theni are not steep as IslUlulallr the cthieVJth European The Southern Alpine siiowllne Is only a little over 7000 felt GleahiyVlrnligh eel rocks are rare nnd In maiiy ways the niountainsV are singularly differ eat from those of Central Europe VVVVI Ir if 1 Roam my dear you know t could hardly walt for mornlllg tp come so I cuId run over and talk to you I dldnt sleep a wInk all night No no one Is sick but Ive had the most awful experience You ne dot try to guess for you couldnt In a VthOfliinQ years 1tWeII she proceeded b gtn htrining my aunt who is head parhfthltand Its a beauty too The model waR 50 and mine is just as pretty Then I thInk Ive told you about- FrPds cousin Louise that he thinks iR so clever and charming Yes She iS1reaily They are own cousins their mothers were sisters Rut rcourse LoulsQ beIng brought up 80 rtir away amI not meeting Fred till dllterIedcewenyesterday afternoon and she raved over my hat called it a perfect dream md tried it and looked stunning In It Yes sholl very pretty and she has awfully sweet waysV You rau1ember bow It rai dYcs terday about half past four Oh yes you must remember a nine soft rain that cnma down SO gently you ouldI hardly hear It Well I was Just Ing from Louises to Aunt Ruths andI La uls8 Insisted that I should never wear that beautIful hat out In the rain The rain was coming straight down l arid was 80 soft that I thought au umbrella would be all the protection r needed Valid anyway Aunt RuthsVt tJWell Louise mourned so ever my 10e1y hat being dragged through the wet that she finally got me worked up too and then she hauled out an old morning hat or hers with quills on It and Insisted that I wear It She was so sweet about It that t just had to take lJcr hatVWhat No nothing happened to her hat you guessed wrong young lady This is my story and if you want to hear it let rue tell itV Lets see where was 1 Oh yes just starting for Aunt Ruths wen Fred came In atter dinner and said hed cuJled up our houie and mother told him I was at Aunt Ruths and he explaIned that hed come to Invite mt go to the1to Oh I theaterIand I told him so but he said ne was Vbland cross and a nice cheerful slrnw would make us forget the weatti- ereWell my dear when I went upstairs to get ready J remembered that Id have to wear Louises must fajuted ThH onlY consolationI was that I knew the weather would never hurt It but actually wheiVl looked at myself In the glass thought of my own lovely hat I andI ed to stop and Very When I went downstairs askedIFred It he didntVthlflk hd bett around to the back door and call me but Just laugjied Well torI sweet of you to say so but havent seen me In that awful hat We were sort or tate getting to the theater and I Just melted Into my seat and got my hat oil In a hurry Yes It was pretty good play and when the curtain wert down on thft first act had just about forgotten the weath er and that horrid hat and Fred had cheered up and we were having a lovely timerYes this where the blow tell I was looking around at the boxes and I spied Louise In the righthand stage box With the handsomestlook crowd you ever saw and my dear she was eRring my precious hat IV maybeyou think It Is funny had bepn your hat she wall wearing and you were trying to coer ian awful Quill thing with u program and a handkerchief you w6uidnt see so much fun In It choked right In the nilidle of a FredIperintrthat hatVWhatNO he dldnt see lier and I tevcr said a word I just sat and watlll until I could put Lotii affair 01lD head and sheak homeI SupperSIn that hat1 WAil boIild say But I Just ktiow thst Louise md her crowd went some t lookedperfect4ly IShe promised yesterday afternoon my bat home this when she wEnt driving and aCtarnoc11I should Jut He If I had to No ouVwOuldflt either lsy any thing to her about wearing the hat because shed tell Fred and you know perfetly wen n man would neTtf un dcrstand Wby those mei wear each Iothr ties and things arid never care IR hitVNb I told mother this morhlngI 11 have to KO to a veiir Important meeting of the Zeta thi8MtfJr noon nd for hrr please to see 1iulse- when She comes Thats awfully sweet of you nd5t I knew that you would understand ex setty how I felt about It Well I dont knowwhst to think Tm afraid I must have a very evil mind but r just cant help wondering whether LoulAes theater party was an impromptu affair or whether she know she was going when she persuaded uie to save ray beautiful hat from the We5thTiVV l IGHT OF POETIC YIG R tftUwtOscar Wilde 8eautlful The While Prisoner on the VrQe Cf Freedom Ot course to one let rnoderaV I am enfant do mon sleds merely te look at the world will be always love Iy I tremble wIth pleasure Jhn I think that on the very daYt T leaving prison both the laburnwa adthe lilac will be bloomlBgln the gar dens and that I Ihall see the wied stir into restlesa beauty tlift swaying golltot the one and make the oUter VhE the pale purple of ItaplumH ad that all the air shall b trabia for lUe Llnnaeus fell on his knees a wept for Joy when Iie lfaV for ft first time the long heath of soeVEnglIsh upland made yellow wlUt the tawny aromatIc blossoms of theCqra mon furze and I know that for e to whom ftowera are part of there are tears waiting in the petal ot sQmft rose It has always been s Iwl me from my boyhood There a single color hidden away la Ue chalice tof a flower or the curve ia shell to which by some subtle syi path With the very soul of things my nature loes not answer AU trials are trIals for nsas life just as all sentences are sentences ot death and three time have I bM The first time I left the box totrled be Vae9ted the second time to be led back the house of detention th- thhrdj time to pus lute a prJIIOBcfor ollIhas none to offer but nature Wh Hsweet rains tall onthe unjust and ju t alike will have cthfts In the rock whei tj hide and secret valleys Snwbose silence I may weep undi- sturld She will hang the night witk stars so that T may walk abroMii the darkneSs without stumbling aa4 send the Wind over my footprints So that none may track me toIIiy but she will cleanSe me In great waters and wIth bitter herbs make m- ewbol9oscar Wlldes De Prctui VT dlsV qi FIDELITY IN SMALL THINGSV f Dally Record Shows What Gray As cidents May 8 e Traced toVTrifling Nealectf cause t the sinking othe IThe Marquette car terry while not known to any of the survivors is pretty well determined to he lrpm portholes which were open when they should have beEn ciosed says a writer In Popular Mechanics These ports were not so very largeVonly twelve Inches In diameter and only a few In number but the pan whose business It was to see that they were closed when the lake roughened for some reason failed to do his duty 1 It duub less seemed a c commonplace tthIng togo back to that small after compartment and make sure the open- Ings were Shut but the failure to do Jso cost the watchmans own life and that of many others It Is another sad lesson of the Importance of fidel ity In what are or appear tobe small things and yet most of the serious transprtatfoJlIling neglect Aswitch light is poorly trimmed as the tender thinks to hIm- self what matters a single lamp among the hundreds ot thousands that nightly connect the furthermost partsV of the land wJtha cobweb ot ruby lines And so the story could be ex tended undeftnItely hut the moral al thatIknown humble worker as In the leader of men or the hero who savea the battleVChange Color of m Time and fVecsltyVhaveat Vlt convinced the French a thoritte that a change will bay to be made in the color otVth army tint- form France alone among the great nations has dung to the military unf form of the past and It will come with ashock not only to recti1t but toV the public as well to ktw that the familiar blue coats and red tron- serar will no longer distinguish the soldier of the line The protective coloration of the army dress wa first- recognised by Great Britain whose military authorities after long re- snreh hit upon khakI as affOrding lst detection and possessing advantages or cleanliness cheapness anti durRblllty The United Statea followed sUit a8 did other nations Neutral Until ot gray or gray blue have been adopted bya number of Dear Little Georgle think you wllIlike our Georgle Ii1 he toed mother to the new mini Iter Ut SO polite and unusually choIce In his use of language Came- here Gorge dear and speak to Mr Pinkley Hes our new mInister 1QI1 kiirvShakebands my little man said 0101apIboy You bet your fussy Fedora youre right cniel Georgie Say old top giinrne a nickelV Pcisslbiy lt was is a remote theater whlcb gloried In a clever leading woian- The mstizier from New York looked on approvingly Finally he said to the local potentate Twelfth Nigkl would be a good play for this girl Yes ea1t the local mapager riaisg- totbo hail ot a good Idea Caa ieget ItV