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I t l f r c m t rfttflith UU+ ff3t co r I IfJ DEVOTED TO TUE INTERESTS OJ WASH NGTON COUNTY 1t i l3 fT l IYOLUME VII sPrnnFIELg KY WEDWESDAT JANUANY25 IU NIME t IAGALNST c tUT out B4i 1favor of a Reductio of The Tobacco AeageRes olutions Adopteda appointedbyweek ago to draft resolutions met Sit urday at the Court House and offered the resolutions hereto appended The SrottJattended helneeting and made speeches all against a cutout but in favor ot a reduction otthe acreage Tne farmers wiLL meet Saturday to consider the teso- lutlon which are as follows here Th hh prices of tobac co thathe prevailed for the two years last past havemdced an oerproduc- tiol of tobacco in Kentucky and the cut utof the 1908 crop has encouraged the raising of tobaccO rn other States knot heretotore engaged in such bui ness and by reason of suclt conditions the prices of tobacco as now prevailing have ben forced below the cost of production tQ the great damage of the tobacco growers allover the State and is endangering the position of Kentuc kva the leading tobacco producing State of the union which it has main tailled tor over a hundred years and qdetilmentaltobacco growers of Kentucky and to the tobacco marketin general that mote tobcco be produced thn is de znanded for consumption and that if overproductIon IS continued low prices must prevail as a natural consequence and wWhereascognized aLl oyer Ktntucky and toT overcome them the Burley Tobacco Union has determined 1e raised during the year With great respect 1911Iot the persons composing Tobacco Union but looking to the interest of the State of bestI general and the toh ceo particular the tobacco growers of Washington county are forced to differ with the Burley Tobacco Union in Its said conclusion and determination to cut 0Pt the crop of 1911 and that such a course will be 1ahitainI to the best interest of the deptiv thousands ot good the State of the mea sof Livelihood therefore be it Resolved Ihat the tobacco growers ofWashigton county are lnhlterably oppose do an attempt toccutout the crop which everyone must snow can not be done without atnigfft riding with the disastrous results which are butJwe a crop on an eqUitable basis so I10 more tobacco be raised in Kentucky during ttheyear 1911 than will supply the leg itimate demands of the market therefore be it ReSolved That the following be and the wirne is adonted astbe schedule for the maximum quantity of tobacco to be raised in Washington county during the year 1911 and that the follow ing portions ofthe land be cultivated In tobacco On farms owned ny one or more IpersoflS Four per centof the flrst lOa acres S per cent of the second 1oo acres 2 per cent of the third 100 acres 1 per cent on the excess of 400 acres Provided that should the foreJoin2 schedule reduce the quantity of land that t maybe grown in tobacco to less than t two acres then t is schedule shall not apply but the owner of such land may grow two acres on and owned by him and not purchased with the intent to evade the provisions ot this schedule Be It Further Resolved Thata comI mittee be appointed whose duty it shall be to prepare articles of incorporation to the end that a corporation fl e organized composed of the citizens a Washington county and that the for going system as outlined by the iore1 tIgoingexecution for the government ftobacco grvers of Waihington tneI for the year 19l And It Is Further Retiolved That we invite the other tobaccograwers counties In the State to cooper te with us in the plan outlined or some other that may be best for the practicabi control of the tobacco crup each year so that only SQ much tobacco be grown as will supply the legitimate demands ot tLie market and be it further ffi1i That acommittee be ap pointed to attend the meeting oftne Burlev Tobacco Union ab Lexington K y on January 25 1911 that the position of Washington county may be understood and forJ conference iith said State organization thE t a plan may be adopted that will sub er ethe best interest of aU tobacco growers of thestate and be It further Resolved That while we have adopted the foregoing schedule as an equit- bJe basis upon which tobacco may bE grown to supply no more than the legitimate demands the market may require yet such schedUle is and is yet sUbjct to be modified to conI form to the rnterest fother portions of tie State it the plan outlined by Washington countyshould b adopted- yb either of the State organization or b othaBIG SALES OF TOBABCO During The Past Week Reported By The four Local houses Prices Good The tobacco market during the past week has been strong and the sates bet ter than atuy time SinCe the opening of the market Large salesJave been held at all the houses and the prices- realized have been good good tobacco specially selling at satisfactory nrices Every hotite has disposed ot large uantities and at prices ranging from to 20c per pound During the past week the Washin ton County Iouse has sold 300000 lbs The Springfield Houe from 275000 to 3 o0q00 The Planters 175ooy and The poundsI of last DARK RED BURLEY rash grorrnixed 300 500 T rash sound 6 8 50 Common Lugs 7 Ooa 00 0011150ComLeaf Medium Leaf 10 11 00 G ood Leaf 115QiV l 00 FlOe and selected 13 18 50 BRIGHT RED BURLEY Trash gr or mixed 5 oo 6 00 Trash sound 8 9 50 Common Lugs 9 50 11 50 Medium Lugs ii 12 00 Good Lugs 12 006 13 00 Common Leaf short 7 50 9 00 Common Leaf 11 00c 1200 Medium Leaf 12 00i1 13 50 Good Leaf 13 5lJ 15 00 Fine and selected 15 0Oa 19 00 A MILLION ACRES OF LAND J In Breathitt Knox Letcher and a few Other Counties Pur chased bv H llanders One of the greatest land deals ever put through in Kentucky was made at the Hotel Belmont lo New YOrk City January 7 1911 The deal includes 1100000 acres ot coal and timber land i Breathitt Knox Letcher and two other adjoining counties A sndicate of Hollanders are the purchasers md 50000000 was the price paid This means a great deal to tiis sec tion of Kentucky It will bring much capitaland many industrious arid law abiding citizens into these counties Imeanshere The mountain sectIOn of the State is destined to be the weaIthitst arid most populous section arid the development of its resources will completely change social condition there Fiidswilcease and assaSSInatIOns will be unknown and peace will reign as supremely there as ip any other part of the State Har rodeburg Republican IEsCI1I W hHls Life Twenty one years ago I faced nn awful death writes H B Martin Port Harrelson S COf Doctors sahl I coulhIof the best doctor in Georgetown S c fora year but could get no relief A KingsNewpletely cured I feel that I owe my life to this great throat and lung cure tt Its positivelr guaranteed for coughs colds and all bronchial affections Soc and 100 Trlal bottle free at Haydori Robertsons tIANDSOME PRIZE OFFERED The Candidates in The Piano Contest Votes From Every Section of The Country Cast For Different Candidates During Iiast Wek I J LeachmanI going fo give as a spdaI prIze to the voting ladies in the Piano Contests The hamsome desk wIlL be given to the vbung lady who receives the largest number ot votesozisub criptions to The Sun rom JAN 25 to FEB 14 at 6 pI is and the shsying to will on old or this is an to out to or pay Up for candidatesWillett and Spalding votes on dollar spent for and the candidates considerably by the the coupons was heavr during the and to interest is being taken the candidates The has m the few days coupons and subacrintion for candIdates from Texas Oklahoma Mi88o 1ndiana Illinois Kansas and California Ky Following is the list ot thecontestants and the number of votes received tJy The Vats It Petersen Spaldings SjMyrtteCocanougher Marie Arnold511300Be- ssie Cocanougher507650E- lla Whitehouse482 450 Iva ocanouher449 40fl Bertha WrighL249350Pa- uhne Hayes413850Cas- sey Hagan 254 050 Lucy Claybrooke243 550 Hattie loJtsdon162 750 Cristine Lanham116700Be- rnie Kimbeilini29OOQLi- zzie e Lawrence114100V-erna liurricks 96950 MattIe Lynch 67400 Ella Pope 58200 Stella May Hegley 21000 USED JANUARY 3l TE l Purchases J B RoBardstrid Mr Nim Buster returned Monday ni2ht from Chic o9fipepair for them They also bought two carloads of 800 pound cattle 5 cents W I Graham on soki a Lee1ChnthaI Ilarrodsbuig Republican an Offer You Should lot Ovfook IRexall Dyspepsia Tablets remedy stomach troubles bY8uJJplyin the element the absence ot which in the gastric jUices causes indIgestion and dyspepsia They aid the stomach digest food and to qUIckly convert into rich blood and material sary for overcoming natural body waste Carry n of Rexalt Dyspepsia j Tablets in your vest pncket or keep them room Take after leaCh heavy meal and will notbottler you We know what Rexall Dyt1fwpRiaI Tablets anrl guarantee them relieve indigestion and If fall we will rc c16OCRexall Stott Hay on Willeti nnkm ibis prize offered to all dates bOth contts giving each youn lady an even start sam The present vote has nothing with the prize Only the votes SunIthisIand see what n handsoms thing it IS justiceitOthattention eachIduringthis periol be 1000 on each dollar paid accounts and 1500on everi dollar paid in advance for a new subsCriber- The Sun wishes to take means 01 giving a special nvitationto each and every idatetocallands e the handsome desk and if they think It worth extra effort get votes we ask them to get among their friends and get them subscribe tor The Sun theIr old subscription and vote them Haydon Peterson are now offering 3000 each Jewelry some of are increasing their vote sale of The vote past week show the which in Sun received past votes different Land rlI each Big Tuesday Filii tieres toI package indigestion what Ths Vote atHaydin WflIetts Name Votes Mae Simnis 3365I Edith Cecil287100Mary B Masters214300El- iza Hagan205000IMary Mrs Jodie Spalding mlS3100Ma- ymlSadie Fenwick125200Pardieu147000 Bessie Nelson 500 Lillie Campbell 88250 75600iISarah Shirley 20500 NaOlpi Sweeney19200ne Kays 17290 FOR 50 VOTESif BY 1911 lANDlD pringfie1dSuu Dr THETSTOIJAC one ej in your one are to in do can Mayes377725M-ay Curry353425Lil-ly McLin323300Ro- xie Settles1l100Cai-erine Reed31000Bla-nch GOOD BIRTHDAY CELE BMTIONS Birthdays of Mr J D KeeIinI And Mr LewisA Martin telebrated On Wednesday Janunuary 18 while Mr J D Keeling had gone to canon one of his sick neighbors a number of his friends who had been invited by his children met to celeorate his lihyninil birthday When Mr Keeling returned to his home about eleven oclock he found the house fillEd with guests and the table laden with an enormou amount of evervthing good to cat This was avery pleasant surprise to Mr Keeling as hIS children who had pre JJrofoupdsecretpared nothing of the dinner it was his children who had reverenced him so highly and there was plenty toeat1 too there beirirr seven childena namely Mesdames Lucy Kuys Rebeca Ryan MaIY Calvin Sarah Rays Me ifS Elisha Uriah and Bughie Keeling Hnghje is the orly the Onmarried and yet lives with his parentc Mr and Mrs Keeling had present seven er grandchildren lsoMr Keelings aged father Mr Uriah Keeling who enjovo t the dayas much as did Iihi son This old man is past Oiglrfes ofciis most as acttyeasany 8fxtenyca r r l old boy lis daughter Miss Floren e Keeling and little grandson Raymond Were present Those afhls fritnds present were as follows Mr and Mrs Johii Perkins Mesdames Martha Snyder L9Crouch MfS1Henry Herbert Mathew arid Miss lettie Dun can making fifty in all who ate dinner In the rtorning the guests were enter tamed by some beautiful records on thec graphaphone ansi after they had all phadSims read a chapters prayed and made a short talk and then the happy crowd shook handsi wIshing Mr Keeling many more such happy days and left for their respective homes GUEST HOnand grandchildren Mr Lewis Aor Peter Martin gatherea at the home otdMr B L Martifi just over the line to celebrate the anniversary of the fformost needless to say the dinner of which some thirty ate was excellent and well served After dinner was over we gathered in the best rooms for reUgiousservices Roy J A Sawyer of Mackville the family pastor began to sing the old familiar and appropriateS hymn How Firm a he rea suitable passages from the best of books and requested the writer too lead in prayer He then gave US a short talk on life The preacher told us of its responsibilities and how our influence for good or evil would live on and rather force until it lashed the farthest shore of time Wesleys inHftuence he said was still going on as with hIm SOh would be with us aU He said we would not be justified nor condemned at the judgment but re onlyJivlnRIon some wavE beat shore working and watchlngfor the sons af time but looked forward with joy to the time when father mothEr brothers and sis ters would be reunited in the Better Land We had a good service and aCgood time all went home feelIng the day hd been well spent Mr Martin was bOrn Jan 20 1830011 CarJenterI InfJhachurch On the 23dof Jan 1857 was married to Miss Margaret Bugg of Mercer courty but whO was born it Mecklenburg count Va July 1834 To this union was born six children namely Miss Nancy F CoyJe S T and B L Martin and Lucy B Elliott two died in infancy On July 1st 1892he lost hli ompaiiion There are seven teen grndchll Jren twenty great gratitr children and three Jreatgr at rand children Mr Marlin has agood memory andvery good h9alth and bds fair to see many more birthdays May be I privileged to see them js the wih of the writer M D L Cocanou her HOOEMINOR MrC D Minor and Mrs lena IHooe Are United in Mar Iriagsat Perryville t Perryville Ky Tan 34Mr Claud e Dryden Minor until recently assist nt cashier uf the Bank of Petryvlll but SiBankmarriage to Mrs Lena Hooe yesterday afternoon at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs D Robertson in this city The bridC is one o the most popular young ladles in the West EldI of the county The ceremony was per formed by E E Holmes in thQ present ota few immediate relatives and friends After the wedding a sump t us supper was served to the bride party The young couple will make u11 uture home at Springfield IKill Mere Than WiI lISts The number of people kllled yearly by wild beasts dont approach the vastf number killed by disease germs No t Theyrintrand protection is afforded bv ElectrI- Biuer c which destroy and expel thea deadly disease germs from the 1l1Thatsmuhrial and many blod fseaJie8 vield- prrimi tly t9 this wonderful putifterl Trythem and enjoy the lonoushoalt youMat9ydon Ri1tsons NAMES OF MANY- ASPIRANfS Who Will Seek The Nn4naton for Vario g Offices 4 May 27 I A number oandidates for theDeino Iahaveslreadyrbably enter the field ii the iiru- ther The cabdidates for Governor who have annOpnceli are Ben JOhnS of Nelson county J BMcCrearvQf ad ison count John K Hendrick fMcCracken county Wm clmAdamsf rrison county and Mayor W O eadof LouisvIlle It is protbl however that the rac will ar J 9MrJamville is the only announced Candidate or Lieutenant Governor There are three announced tandidatea for Attorney General James Garnett- fo Adair county O H PoUrd of- Breathitt county and M Y Logan while Ward of Caldwell county may enter the race in the near futrre The nly aspirant for Secretary of tate is Dr C F CreceliWi fEat mouth However James E stone r Breckinridgecounty and G S Liken f Qhlo county have signified their in tentionstO make the race and may all fl ounce shortly There are three aspirants in the field for State Auditor Henry S BCJ8wDrtb Fayette county Ruby Laffoon ot- opkins county and ranc Eager of Uobnson trounty The candidates for Commissioner of Agriculture are J W Newman of Woodiorri county and Judge Ben F Hill of Henry county J 14T Litterell of Owen county Miag N annie Catlett of Caidwell county a I Eubank ot Fayette coityaiidar- kadale B HamleJt of Christiancounty are candidates for Suj erntet dent lPublic Instruction Joseph Clay VanMeter ofFayet ounty is the sole aspIrant for the nomination of State Treasurer No announcements have been made for Clerk of the Court of Appeals However Woodson May of Somerset andJ Morgan Chinn of Frankfort are proapectiye candidates When the Executive CommIttee meets anuary 25 the date of closing the ei will be named ind the lees ofen trance of the can idates for the varjou offices determined upon The entrance fee is checking the announcements of many aspirants who wilt probably enter the race when the amount of the el trace fee is made known The primary will be held May 27 1911 Maistrate Appointed 1 1Gov Wlllson has appointed Wm- HenryLav who ves near Cardwell as Magistrate in the MackvilleHendrt district rfr Lay IS appointed to sue ceed Squire Thos Votaw who has moved 1Oto Mercel county An of the good peopleecho knew Mr Votaw regretted that th = county shoUld lose him butit is a matter of congratulation that the Govmor has appointed a man of- Mr1 Lays cnaracter and ability as bia c successor Mr Lay is a Republican M was Mr Votaw r fOR CONSTIPAJION A Medicine That DoeS Not1otT 1Anylhing Unless It Cures The active medicinal m2rediefls ot Rexall Orderlies which are odorleSs tastelessa andcolorless is nn eptiraly- new drscoery Combined With tJiJft extremely valuable ingredients it forms a perfect bowel regulator intestine evigorator and strengthener Rlxal Orderlies are eaten like cajdy anti are notable for their agreeableness to tte palate and ntlenESS of action They reeIUnh eCther preparations for a like purpose they d aot create a habif- btt instead they over IOlethecaQle et hipiL acquired thriugli the use of ordinary lax tives cathartics th4hrst physic and permanently remove tM cause of eonstiption or irregular Uon We wilt refund youi money withot TfiStort i I a The Springfield SunH H L SMITH Editor and SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 1 Even 10000000 worth ot peace II worth haying Money talkS but It will have to do mcue than that it It Insures peace l Every little while nobodys selsma graph is recording an earthquake EverY year this world drinks 1260 tOQOOOpounds ottea That seems plenty Whenever the dressmakers think of other outrageous spring styles they lot iUS know That latest earth shock might be trced to the m1Utarists bringIng up their heavy artlllery Still S eding children on two cents day and making them like It are two different propositions if we must have so many warships why not get Mr Edison to make a few with his cement molds Now Peru and Bolivia are zlisagree Inc What South America needs is a ght and revolt antitoxin It motion pictures are to aid the insane they should not be associated With nlckeitheater ventilation When a cold wave hits New York t there are noses Sympathetically red In Weehawken Hoboken and Hacken sack If all the New England hunting stoies are true the abundance ot yen ofMNo objection Is heard from the young meiof the family to the new lad of employing young women Qhaut teurs Aniretythreeyearold man has been eft a fortune but refuses to give up- his jobJHe knows what has kept him Blive The CourlerJournal notes the fine difference between the words diedlsnd passed away as applied to cashiers It was a stroke of genius which made the census taking precede the opening of the shooting season framateur hunters Chicago highwaymen carried a vie tim thre8 miles to rob him That must constitute a violation of the Interstate commerce law Anew mllllondollar apartment house In New York is to have a kin dergarten hosEItand skating rink tIhe three together Miss Russell Sage Js going to build a n1 del town for 1500 model famlllEs aear New York But she may have to Eo out of New York to find her tenants transportationrbecome a fact we some railroad men arguIng that there Js riot enough air for the success 01 heP lan An Iowa judge granted a dIvorce to- II man whose wife liked cigarettes bet t ter than slIe did him Must have been awfully good tlgarettesror a prettp rapoor husband New York walters are opposed the o institution of the DerUllon system and the public will stand by them tar as pertains to thumhprlnts on tht FOP plates ragr2phers all over the country Iwlll mourn that It Is the society won etiQf Philadelphia instead of Chicago who are unwilling to show their fee t 1n a classic tableau Dr Witey says that the earth cooling and that men will freeze to death onthe equator some day Fro man who Is contemplating mat mony one would expect a brighter t view tst year Alaska produced 20463- eoo gold or about three times what tUncle Sam paid for the big territory 130me day Secretary Seward will have m One monument as a good judge of a e estate bargain The students of Van proclaim twttb pride that they canl cook and kappetizing meals at thht The r its no danger In the higher edueatfo eeven for the conservative when worn ten take pride In their cooking es an laccomplhsbment and men as a rule tio not Carp how much science hifosophy nd b their future wives absorb Ills tongaa the ahaorbing process do jut interfere wltb the prospect Isstrike 01 In the sine war between Italy and mumorei Ii pr1tntiakinR themselves In this respect r 1enBCe to hankinP The long bat Dtt 1rec d by rnsbfon is really dang er pma as those wbo havebeen jabbed In 4 fesItJfypibteabnntft taont they Flepx b ref k 7 HARMUN PLEASED BY OHIO CHOICE Governor Says Old Caucus Plai Worked Well in Selection of Pomerene BLACKBURN MAY COME BACK- senate Would Welcome the Veteran KentuckianRoosevelt Stlll Real Leader of His PartyCondltfonc Ripe for Democratlo Victory l5y WILLIS J ABBOT WashingtonJust after the swift selection by the caucus of the emocratic members ot the Ohio legislature of atlas Pomerene as the party nominee for the United States senatorship I was sitting with Gover n or Harmon in his office The governor was naturally exultant not because he had taken an active part In the pomerene nomination for as a matter of fact he had kept hands off as far as a man holding his dominat- Ing position In the Democratic party of the state could I have been unable to scertaln thatt he ever urged any member of the caucus to vote for any one of the twelve candidates In factihe himself told ms this bow ever the feet that Mr Pomerene was on the ticket with Governor Har representativesand lectlon would not be unpleasing to the head of the stjlte ticket But whet Interested me most In the governors conversation of the moment was hIs comment on the way In whIch the nomination by caucus and election by the state legislature had worked out It will be remembered that prior to the state election Mr Bryan made n veiled attack upon Governor Harmon for not exerting his influence to farce the nomination bf a senator in the state convention He asserted that It was probably a deal In behalf of John R McLean whose name is anathema to the Nebraskan and he warmly ap plauded Governor Marshall for fore ug a direct nomlnatIo r In Indiana Caucus Plan Worked Well Said Governor Harmon Don you think that the orderly procedure of this caucus and its virtual unanimity shows that the oldfashioned Democratic pet hod of electing a senator In a Dem craUc conference or caucus still has Its merits There has been here no trading or log rolling A sen ator is essentially an officer of the United states although lie of course represents his own state In the na tional government But had a man been nominated In the Democratic convention It would have been neces sary for him to make the fight In the state on national issues This was a state election and we won on Issues Mr Pomerene gained thegoo will of the Ohio Democrats and has been nominated by them on the firs ballot It seems to me an orderly procedure and one within the line o spectacli e r the socalled primaries a moro impre sine or a more orderly one than the In OhIo For that matter Is the In diana situation out of which I hav Mrlernthat In our own state I have heard of a distinguished senator from the Pacific coast whQI retired because he could not afford td make one fight to carry the primaries and another to carry the legislature Mr Pomerene spent little money for of that therewas no need Pomerene a Popular ChoIce Governor Harmon evidently dId not mean to attack the Idea of either die rest primaries or the election ot set peoplebutunder right conditions the old system aleisc give full Fromm citizenrls confidentthatcomplished more as a result ot a gene anypoJltlcJoe Blackburn May Come Back The announcement ot former Se n ator Blackburn of Kentucky that Ii UniteStates moreInterestany recent piece of political tstrikingof the wmoreger seventysecondvigorous constitution and a politic al anyoneonclevercampaIgnercall in certain amghtyDlackblJrnlan lips there sprulgt thatfamous phrase concerning thesuppoof a certain Democratic bill wh chhad split the Deinocratic party Jsdastard Ii l Kentuckyprofitable poiltton under the Roose oflblikegia orrfOi to that time when wfnor1ty ap Ointment were In the ift of Re- ublicanp presidents great pains were taken to see that they went to gold or antiBryan Democrats Blackburn Was a strenuous free silver advocate tn the days when free silver was a vital Issue But I recall distinctly talking with him the day before he salted for Panama and he declared at that time that Le president had said nothing to him about any political obligation being imposed upon him by this honor able and profitable appointment He did not hold it long resigning it I re member rightly some time before the commission was abolished At the same time his record met with the approval of the authorities and the numerous magazine writers who go down to the canal every month or two and aU write the same things I dont know about KentucKy but I do know that the appearance of the Hon Joe Blackburn to take again the oath as a United States senator would be greeted by more enthusiasm on both of that body ot dignified statesmen than would be the case with almost any other man now in public life Joe Bailey Brave and Foolish senatonalequallywhich may seriously affect his stand- Ing before the country Before thla lettEr Is printed he will probably have undertaken the defense of the committee report whitewashing Senato- Lorimer The overwhelming sentiment againstLorimer majorItyvotes purchased in his behalf and proved to have been purchased electiobetonal discipline This Is not regarded politicsOneDemocratic point of view it would be looked upon as good politics for so partyBailey as Beveridgthe attheperhapstheLorimerLorimer did not help his cause by ap pearing daily at the senatorial sea reception dietthathoshowed sufficient tact or refinement to absent themselves from the dram ber while matters pertaining to theIr Peopiehere speechIncommittee which whitewashes him Roosevelt Still Leader There Is n similarity between political conditions In the natboc thIs year and those which ex- Isted just prior to the second alec 189d atd n nfo d to Inspire any enthusiasm among the people Officially he led the Republi devotiotn tlon was given to the more magnetic thoughrpreaching the period of senility partybutreally holds the party following undo his command Beaten as he was in his New York fight unhappy as his Influence was upon r the fortunes of his party in Indiana and Ohio Roosevelt Is still a force much to be reel oned with People hero think that the Roosevelt plan Is to permit the Taft renomination with the virtue certainty of the defeat of the Repub titan party In the pending presidentf election One Republican statesman of national reputation whose name I sin not at liberty to mention Insists that In this event tour brief years of Democratic government will be tol lowed lis was the Cleveland second term by another sixteen years Qf Republican domination tiigns Pointing to Democratic Replm e There Is no doubt that are ripe for a Democratic victory al triumphmay DcmdIt has been In the present politic generation Business conditions a not especially cheering Without any somewhhesuffers from such n situation Taft while personally popular evokes no political enthusiasm The high cast of living engrosses the attention newspapers of all political faiths at Isthus forced upon the attention of v 1rs who mlgh otherwise ha toeratuwhich sometimes I doubt they can congrert68 one now proceeding slowly toto Its end The record cannot be made up until March 4th but the clerks engaged in compiling It say that no congress in history has appro printed so lavishly as this one which the voters of the country have IJor nasty dismissed One would think that the socalled practical politicians would ult1- mately come to understand that the dJrocl nomination If not the direct i election ot United States Rutan would relieve them of great embar rassment and possible political dlns nomlnateflJohn proberbilityBut in the neighboring state of Ohio no nomination was made Nobody can tell at this moment who may be the next Ohio senator everybody in Washington who observes politics ape prehends that the selection may be an unfit one- Democracy Dreads Tammany Senator It Is curious to find In almost all the states which the Democratic party hass carried senatorial contests which may put the party future ln serious jeopardY This is peculiarly true of New York In that Empire state e election of a senator at the behest of Boss Murphy of Tammany would a disaster to the Democratic party f the nation But Tammany does not lot many things getaway from Its clutch and there Is little question of its eagerness to control the next sen atorship Even at that as a South ern senator said tome A Tammany senator would not be materially worse than a Vanderbilt senator And New York has had a Vanderbilt senator for long years past He referred of course to Chauncey Devew whoav senatorialreprvsentattve tra lInes now approaches Its conch feelingtrrom New York woUld be a disaster and a grief to the Democracy of the nation WashIngton Favors Judge Parker It the view of the Democrats and Republicansnset forth in fuU they would be to the effect that Judge Alton D Parker Is representaate When one recalls how the Dom orraUc party deserted Parker in 1904 the feeling of friendship mznifested for him In Washington la amazing- Of course WashIngton opinion Is not always trustworthy and may not ex press the views of the electorate but at this moment among public men Judge Parker Is looked upon with gen ulna admiration and respect His election to the senate would be balled with real enthusiasm and his Insistence that he cannot boa candidate Is noted with sincere regretor Talk of ReapportIonment There Is an element ot humor about the varying propositions for the congressional reapportionment which must be made at this short session as- a result of the new census Until the recent ejection showed a tendency on the par of the country toward the Democratic party too Republicans who still control tea government were very certaIn that the present hour of representatives with 391 members was unwleldly and too to bo a true deliberative body When the lec- Uons gave to the Democrats a ma- jorlty In the house of sixtyfive the Re publican politicians stopped to con alder As the population returns came Inirom the census bureau they die covered that any material Increase In the ratio apportionment would re suit ina heavy lOBs ot congressmen from those eastern and middle west tern states whIch have always been distinctly Republican Vermont and New Hampshire would lose so too would Kansas and Iowa so that It Is not a sectional proposition but pure Jy n political one Today there Is one congressman to every 195000 people- D the number of representatives were maintainEd at 391 It would be pl1C- UcaUy one tQ every 265000 On ills covering this fact the committee on census eleven ot whom come from states which would lose one or more representatives each concluded that after all the house of representatives was not too largo and the committee recommendation tp the house la to bo that the membership be increased to 935 t1embers That will be one member to each 211700 people or course this sudden change of front on the part or the dominant party awakens a little merrIment on the part of the recently minority party Nevertheless thorn is no serious crltl cism of It Certainly to represent 211700 people In congress Is a sum dent task for anyone man To rep resent as was suggested 26000 peo plo would be an impossibility Whit the Democrats may seek to make Republicanseve e will be any serious opposition to the Crumpackcrha w11abe no s any precedenr0 advantage to either party The mar papaYspopulation occurre altogether In- rockrlbbed Republlchn states was due to certain economic condItions and yearndversed and it Is wdl according ev n leadYers that no precedent shall beset by which a state shall be deprived of any part of the representation it has had Copyright 19U by Joseph H Bowles Written on Trains As to rlUng in traIns Mr William Le Quex as told how he wrote hiss first novel on the morning and evening travels to and from towns in the days when he was a subeditor on the Gloe But ho sent hIs manuscript toa 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Commissioner of Patents and US such hadjuU chargeof the U S patent Office GREELEY M9INTIIIE 0 TENTATTORN YSt 0 WASHINGTON DC4 0 a u- J r I From Among the Shadows a Face Gazed Down at Me 7 Ira i I IIAIX ItOI3LKE RINEhART 11 j twmoie or Ju CIRCow JZ1IRi11 rrw1rRATRzqJyM 1 errxrz1909 yoBBS f21 RRILL CONpIxr SYNOPSIS toPittsburgcase to get the deposition of iR lattershomeDung girl Whom the millionaire explains s requestslakeley lowernawakenssnd bag missing The man in lower ten evidenceclotheswithedBlakeyby the girl In blue His arm Is broken breaktasthis partners sweetheart Her peculiar ShELlropsberpocket Blakeley returns home He finds Movingpictureseck reveal to Blakeley a man leaping gripBlakeleylivan leaped from the train near M- snd sprained his ankle He stayed some makingIiIon and kisses her Mrs Conway the thePullmanwith him for the forged notes not knowtng that they are mIssing An amateur SullivanBlakeleyto r IntigateCHAPTER XXillContlnued Couldnt see you I maintained I cant seeyouthow And your sense thabowert In the end of course he consented to gO with me He was very lame and I helped him around to the open win couragetheical in him that quailed And as w 1 gointhroughIfit is a trap he whispered I nave two arms to your one and uides asI said before life holds mud for you As for me the government would merely lose an Indifferent e ploye When he found I was going first he was rather hurt but I did not sat feetloverclutch at the window frame with my good hand when I found no floor un- qer my feet but I was too late I dropped probably ten teet and landed with a gash that seemed to split my t eardrums I was thoroughly shaker but in some miraculous way the bandage arm had escaped injury For heavens sake Hotchkiss was calling from above have you brckeyour back No I returned as steadily as I could merely driven it up throng- my skull Tliis Is a staircase Im com- Ing up to open another window It was eerie work but I accom pUshed It finally dlsAAverlng hot wi th out mishap a room filled with more tables than I had ever dreamed of anstriked Sow open Hotchkiss cr wed through and we were at last under shelter Our first thought was for a light The same laborious investaton that hats ladetl us where we were revealed that the house was llohted by notinopcraUonacross a tabouret with smoking m- crtals a and found a half dozen atch W es The first one showed us the nag nitude of the room we stood In and revealed also a brass candlestick by the open fireplace a candlestick al most four feet high supporting a can dIe of similar colossal proportions I was Hotchkiss who discovered tea it had been recently lighted He hel the match to It and peered at it over his glasses Wmiln ten minutes he announce impressively this candle has bee burning Look att thee wax And the wIck Both Perhaps its theJmnp weather I ventured moving a lit a nearer to the circle of light A gust of wind cam In just then and the flame turned ove oft its side and threatened demise There was something almost Aidicu lour In the haste with which we pu down the window and nursed the flicker tor life The peculiarly ghostlike appearance ot the room added to the uncaunlness- ot the situation The furniture was swathed In white covers for the win ter even the pictures wore shroud And inn niche between two a bust on a pedestal wrapped one arm extended similarlyI winding sheet made a most ghost if any ghost In an be the light oJ the candle we surveyed each other and we were objects for mirth Hotchkiss was taken g oft his sodden shoes and preparing ta 11hungorelcomfortable kiss said surveying the huge dime n hayge r it What a room It sEemed to be a laying room although Hotchkiss remarked that it onetIt te et withma domed ceiling and a gallery ran around the entire room about 16 Jeqt difd t lines ot the gallery rail but T fancl d the wall there lung with smaller plc tares firelaldfnfew minutes we were steaming before a cheerful blaze Vithln the radius of its light and heat we were con fortable again But the brIghtness merely emphasised the gloom of the ghostly corners We talked in sub ofRussianhatable drawer We had decIded to stay all nIght there being nothing else to do I suggested a game of double dummy bridge but did nof urge it when my companion asked If it resembled euchre Gradually tho ecclesiastical candle paled In t firelight we grew drowsy I drew a divan into the cheerful area and stretched myself out for sleep Hotch kIss who said thE pain In his leg made him wakeful sat wideeyed by the fire smoking a pipe I hake no Idea how much time ha d pftred when something threw rise f yJotPJtly on my cheat I roused with a sl nand leaped on my feet and a larg Angora cat fell with a t11u to i floor The fire was sill brig J r and there was an odor ot scorcled HotchIkissnoun aSletp his dead pipe in his fingers THe cat sat pack oI1Itshaunches and walled t The curtain at the door into the hallway bellied slowly out Into the room and fell again The cat looked toward it and opened Its mouth for another howl I thrust at it with my foot but It refused to move Hotch kiss stirred uneasily and his pipe d at tered to the floor The cat was standing at my ftoet staring behind me Apparently It was following with its eyes an object un seen to me that moved behind me The Up of its tall waved threatening ly but when I wheeled I saw nothing I took the candle and made a circuit of the room Behind the curtain that had moved the door was securely closed The windows were shut arid locked and everywhere the silence way absolute The cat followed me majestcally I stooped and stroked its head but it peristFd in its uncanny watching ct U1 corners of the room When Fwent back to my divan aft er putting a fresh tog on the fire I was reassured 1 took the precaution and smiled at myself for doing it to put the fire tongs within reach of my hand Bit the cat would not let me sleep After a time I decided that it wanted water and I started out In search of some carrying the candle without the staid I wandered through several rooms all cloned and dismantled before I found a small lavatory opening off a billiard room The cat lapped steadily and I filled a glass to take back with me The candle flickered In a sickly fashion that threatened to leave me there lost in the wanderings of the many hall ways and from somewhere there came an occasional violent puff of wind The cat stuck by my reetwitb the hair on its back raised menacing ly I dont like cats there Is some thing psychic about them Hotchkiss was still asleep when got back to the big room I moved his boots back from the fire and trimmed the candle Then with sleep gone from me I lay back on my divan and reflected on any things on my idiocy in coming on Alison West and the fact that only a week before she had been a guest In this very house on Richey and the constrain that had come between us From that I drifted back to Alison and to the barrier my comparative poverty would be The emptiness the stillness were oppressive Once I heard footsteps naming rhythmical steps that neithe r htrried nor dragged and seemed t mount endless staircases without finallyt clrdThe cat lay by the fire Its nose on Its folded paws content in the warmth idlyngreen In the ills but the cat never littte d an eye Through an unshuttered win sow the lightning flashed Suddenly flue cat looked up It lifted its head galleryragain I was amused Not until It rlvtthe Up the hair nits back a bdstlln brush did I glance casually over m head From among the shadows n fact gazed down at rue a face that seemed a fitting tenant of tla ghostly room nighst ssee my own face ip a rnfrtor Whlle I stared at It frithh horriticd eyes th apparition faded The rail iras there the Bokhara rug still swung from It but the gallery wab empty The cat threw back its libutl nnd wailed CHAPTER XXIV His Wifes Father I Jumped up and seiZed the fir o tongs The cats wall had roused llotchliss Who was wl ea wake once Ho took In my otrenslve the tonga the direction ot my gaz and needed nothing more As h picked up the candle and darted into the hall I followed him lie made rlireetly for the staircase and partway up ho turned oft to the through n small door We were 0 the gallery itself below us the fire gleamed cheerfully the cat was not In sight Therowas no sign of my ghostly visitant but as we stood there the Dokhara rug without warnin slid over the railing ant fell tu floor below bran or woman HotchkISS quired in his most professional ton Neitherthat Is I dont know didnt notice anythirp but the eyes muttered They were looking hole iii me It yoUd soon that c you would realize my state ofmlnd That was a traditional grvey ar yowl I dont think yotil saw anything all he fed cheerfully You dote off and the rest le the natural result of a meal ona tluffet car Neverthelesfl he examined the Bok tars carefully when we went sow n and when J finally wont tb sleep he was reading the only book iii sight raysheth room tvhen he roused me lIe ha his finger on his lips and he whls pared siailantly while I tried to draw On my distorted boots T thInk vie have him hee said tt- umrbautly lve been looking avian d some and can tell you this much thewindowOnly he did not drop as yeti did railinghtd He was long enough ahrft of ugo Into the dIning room and get a decanter out ot the sideboard He glassleftwhislSy into the library across the hall Thenlie broke into a desk using a paper knife fora jimmy Good Lord Hotchklss I exclaim ed why It max have been Sullivan himself Confound your theories hes getting farther swap every min ute returnednot gone His boots are by the ii ovary fire Ho probably had n dozen pairs where he could get them I scoffed andsJeptthehands en leered at us over that rail Ing softly softly my frIend Hotch kIss said as I stamped hito my other goneDont heIanymore than we did After he hdunintentionally frightened you almost into paralysis what Would my gentle man naturally do Go out inthe storm again Not If I know the Alice sit bythe fire type lit went upstairs wen up near the root xknd hiselta- lt and went to bed And he Is there now He is there now We had no weapons 1 am aware that th traditloitd nero Is always armed nd that Hotchkiss as the low comedl n should have bad a revolver that m sad fire As a fact we had nothing of the sort Hotchkiss eRr vied th lire tongs but my senile of humor as too strong for me I de clines t e poker AU re want is a little peaceable conveys iron with him I demuried We c nt brain him first and converse 1th him afterward And any horn while 1 cant put my finger on weakIffire and water to get away from us then he Is not the man we want Hotchkiss however was certaIn He had found the room and listened outside the door to the sleepers heavy breathing and ho we clmbed past lux urious suites revealed In the deepening daylight past long vistas ot hall and boudoir And we were both badly winded when we got there It was a tower room reached by narrow staIrsand well above the roof level Hotchkiss was slowing It Is partly good luck but not all he panted In a whisper If we had persisted in the search lastrlylght he fledoNowwe have him Are you ready He gave a mighty rap at the door with the fire tong ann stod ex pectant Certainly he was right some one moved within Hello Hello there Ilofchktsa bawled You might as well come out We wont hurt you if youU como peaceably Tell him we represent thelaw I prompted UThats the customary thing you know But at that moment a bullet came squarely through the door and flattened Itself with a sharp pst against the well of the tower staircase We ducked unanimously dropped back out or range nhd Hotchklss retaliated with withgtongs This brQ another bul ylet It Was a ridiculous situation Under the circumstances no doubt w should have retired at least until we had armed ourselves but Hotchldsl had no end or fighting spirit and at for me my blood was up eBrock the lockJ suggested and Hotchktss standIng at the side out of range retaliated tor every bullet by smashing blow wIth the tongs The shots ceased niter a halt dozen and the door was giving slowly One oi- usou of the door we were eachalmost ready any kind ot desperate resistance As It swung open lotchkiss poised the tongs I stood beat forward my arm drawn back for a blow Nothing happened a1ethe risk of losing an eye which I theeroomOnly a reshfaceIJ tremblinglipped servant slttlng on the edge ot her bed with a quilt around her shoulders feetnWe were victorious but armynfver beat such a retreat as ours down the tower stairs and into the refuge of the living room There nllrttUginto anather becoming sane at inter vials and suffering relapse again every disgruntledewas room 1ho tJngs still In his hand his mouth pursed with irritation tinaly ho compelledatmy ticklingdmy position Do you thInk theer ofdovary last night Do you think she poured the whisky out or that decan ter They have been known to dolt put In but his eye sllencod me IMoreover if she had beenthe per ofsea who peered at you over the gat supdposftioil site cOllhl have tilled you at full of lead asu window weighty I do Iasserted It 11asnt Alice sltbytl1efire l grant yoU that The who w SltTO BE ONllNU1I Euroleaninfarit Mortality or RtlEuropean countrlas only Ho and has a lower rate of itttIUQi t ttbJn rrpatrrilrL r a f t if FOOD k LA TABLOID New First idtotheHungry Ra tion for Army TwentYFour Hours Meals Alf Packed- In a Can About the Size of a Cake of Kitchen Soap WilshlngtonA half poUnd ot grubs day for a hnrdwrked soldier sweat Ins In the trenches Dinner two and two fltrds ounces after a forced march when he Is footsore and weary Ttretttyfour hoursmeals all packed snugly In a tiny can about ae big as Bridgets slab ot kltphen soap Such Is the invention ofpen Henry G Sharpe commissary general of Uncle Sams armythe busy officer who thrice daily feds the 83000 hungry mouths of our soldier boys He Is the first inventor you ever heard Qt who hopes that there will never be any demand for the prize fruit ot his genius And this Is be cause this invention is an emergency ration whose use would mean in the first place warwhich General Sherman rightly defined as helland in the second place an unfortunate gency of war resulting from a cuttin off of the supplies of an army In the field The skyblue can which holds au emergency breakfast dinner and sup per all within its tiny shell Is four and thre quarters inches long less thai three inches broad ans as inc and a quarter thick You can wee one In your Lip pocket withou- thearousing least suspicion that yo are bearing refreshments less proper and polite War breaks out say with the Jape the Germans or the bloomln British Each Yankee brave In khaki has one of these can of firstaldto thoempty dropped into his haversack where it- jteeps fresh for months and where it must be regularly accounted for at in The New Army Emergency Ration spectlon until falls the unhappy day when the engmy cuts ort the commi- ssarlat and the pabulum falls to show up Then each boy ill drab squatting by the tg9od campfire grabs the 100s6 end of the blue bandeau enwreathtn the head ot his can and gives her twist It works after the principle of the tin ribbon around the fragrant sardine cBnonly It really works From tl e package fall three slabs o something very like tho brown cape ot chocolate that small children bu from train butchers and with which they delight to crumb up the plush seats ot the passenger coaches The hungry soldier may draw but one slab From this ho removes the tightlypressed wrapper of figured tinfoil and so ho sits down to supper The other two cakes must be put bad In the can and saved one for tomo rows breakfast and the other for tomorrows dinner it need be It his palate does not take to his compact meal iii this dry form he can with knife or bayonet scrape his slab over his tin cup and boil the scraping three minutes in the cupful of water thus brewing a hot beverage which hi chilly weather would undoubtedly be preferred to the cold dry fodder It tastes much like the pupufn brands ot milk chocolate but not 80 sweet Chocolatewhich Frercb tourists have long esteemed as a emergenCy travel rationis the bas of the compound The exact constituents are Per cen- Chocolatf liquor 471 68MaltedDesiccated eggs 2064 Sugar 1376 Cocoa butterY 36- 11Loisture not over 36 Thus Yoti have about the most nutritious foods that nature affordsmilk eggs chocolate malt and sugardp- riyed e ot water and other unnecessary portions the whole mixed together and pressed Into cakes so dr that less than one twentyflith part 0 thelu moisture Aviators aeronauts campers hunt era and explorersto whom news It lately leaked out in some waya already writing to Washington learn where they can obtain t4ese no an 1 t THE GROWTH Of TOWNS IN WESTERN CANADA A BAROMETER OF THE GROWTH OF THE AGRICULTURAL DISTRICTS The traveler passing through country Is impressed favorably oroth erwlse by thouPPearance of the towns along the llno Qt railways As they appear prosperous and ot healthy growth he at once assures himself that there is either a local industrial splendidlydeveloped which Is drawn the resources thAt contribute or make for the growth that Is so readily apparent On the other hand if evidence of impover Ished streets badly appearing rest dences and business places and lethargic citizens there Is an absence of local industry and surrounding agricultural prosperity There is no line of railway whether main or branch throughout western Canada that through the towns or cities that are built the ribs ol steel do not convey the most favorable impression The cause is not always apparent but the facts are there and easily seen In most cases the growth and the sta- blUty of these towns ue caused by the excellent agricultural districts casesgsprung up caused by the agricultural demands and needs The Winnipeg Free Press and the Edmonton Bull Un have recently sent corps Of nor respondents through the provinces to secure data concerning the growth ot thatrcome r g e Aartiauand aa one reads of the station house the blacksmith shop the boarding house and the store of April being dwarfed Ln August QY a hundred or more dwell Ings by large hotels by splendid stores and a half dozen Implement warehouses net forgetting the two or three churches and the excellent pub lie School buildings It causes one to stop and think If they overheard of such marvelous changes Certainly not often These are facts though as related of western Canada Then too there are now cities yes cities of from ten to fifteen thousand people where five or six years Ago there wan but the bare prairie and the lone section post The changes in the Canadian West during the past eight or ten years have been marvelous and it Is no idle tale to say that the oftheIn the past decade has eclipsed any thing in the history of the building of beenthekind that is lasting The ease with which an excellent productive farm capable o yielding a splendid liviag and large profit to the operator Is such that it has encouraged thousands to follow that pursuit and also other thousands on the limited and expen slvo farms throughout the Central VesternStates as well as someot the Coast States to enl rge their field ot 4 enterprise TLd climate is excellent and just the climate that is desirable for the healthy growth of man find the products of the field All varies lies of the smaller and better paying witheverygovernment superVision of runway rates splendid markets xve contain and the hIghest prices realized The Dominion Government that has beau carrying on a propaganda of securing settlers for the vacant lands issues availgrequestaof your nearest Canadian government agent copies will be forwarded free onefsooner per Sect menThomas a Kempls O Z4 ONE BROMo QUININE WoreoTettoCureaColdinOnoDar Ito Is a dangerous man who spends much time drawing fine 11l1e5betwee shrewdness and sin kDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate invigorate stomach liver and bowel Sugarcoated tiny granules Easy to take as candy Slander soon die if you take it opt ot circulation Are You Weakt All Run DownThis condition la directly caused by bad blood When the blood is made nick and pure by Hoods Sarnsaparilln you putenew your muscles give you aaherappetite bettertdeep8the hardest work lighter and the dark 8day brighter Facts Thousands onfua them Get Roods today 6ONEVIN e au roaaotna da forrfnaea aa w tlrpdniut BASEL i tr4 awas iais lu=eseaseoiEIWi1t Qletotorem far COUGHnd i Y w ATHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY I9II tr I t PRIN6FIELD SUNI ISSUED EVERY WErJRLDAY s JSCRIPTION oNE DOLLAR In Advance r L SMIf tI Editor a4 Psblisher attired at the pos ffi eatSpnneld for transInlSSlon hroug th- etIiti as secondclass matter i oj TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION t J1 RtxMonths Three fonthi S K tr MA RKETS YI Journal1by Bourbon Stock a Bourbon Stockyards Louisville Jan 24CattleCholce export steers 5 756 shipping steers 5575beef steers 360560 fat heifers 75525 fat cows 3 50 b cutters 503 50 canners L50Q 250 bulls 275c475 feeders 45 50 cowstmedium tQ cows 1535- CalyesThe best 88tc mediUm 68- c common 26cH- ogsSelected cornfeq hogs lbs and UpSel DJ at J6s lbs downI 810 roughs 7 40 dQWn The pen were well cleared and the niarketclosed steady t sheep2i3rat lambs 55ic some fancy hIgher iiedlum and culls 3Q5c WHEAt Na2 red and lopgberry 979S ro Bred and l ngbrrv 9495- Rejetted2 class on levee 13oless No 8 white old M NaB nixedoid 55 1To 3whlte newJ9w No 8 Mixed newl 49 OATS Xo2whiteh S- 6No2mtXed 85 Rye nmi ro The forwheat are those paid by deal erri she quotations for corn and oats are sell- Iagprkes Money tor Poolers- I l J extngton Ky Jan 24About 8OOOUQ from the proceeds of sales of the 909pooled tohcco will l e distri b tdamonk the growers in the different counties by the Burley Tobacco Society next Saturday This payment is estimated by the so ciety officials tube about 20 per cent uf the amount tied up in the pool and wtllbe the first money which has ever 4been received by the poolers from craps which they consigned to the thei Ietytn l909 aveyon a weak throat If so You cannot be too careful You cannot begin treatment too early Eachcold makes yep more liable to another and the last is always the harder to cure CoughRemedy Robertson 1eAcrne Mea tIMarket Depth of Mrs Denck Mrs Sallie Hardin Defetick who is- remembered by man of the people of Springfield died at her home in Char lestown W Va last week and was brought here on Saturday by her tour children for burial tand the remains were interred on Cemetery Hill by the side or ber father the late M R Har din who in his day was one of the most Jrominent men of the county Mrs Dederick was born and reare1t whileIher mother having been a SIster or the late Sidney Green In Memory of Mrs Royalty As God in his wisdom selects the sweetest soul to adorn his heavenly kingdom we are not surprised that lie sent his angel to the home of Mrs Su san Casteel and took her beloved moth er Mrs Ruth Jane Royalty on Friday Jan 13 at 4 oclock and bade hel to come up higher lh deceased was seriously ill for six weeks of conump tion She joined the Christian church when qult youn and lived a consistent christian life Funeral services were held at Rockbridie on Saturday by Rev J A Sims and the remains were laid to rest by the sideOf her husband who preceded her to the grave twentyeight years ago She leaves five children Mrs Susan Casteel and Geo Royalty of near Chaplin Mesdames Mary Jane Walls and Martha Armstrong of near Willisburg and Mr Douglas Royalty of Springfield and twentyseven grand and twentyfeur great grahdcht1dren to surVive She waS eightytwo years old Look up dear children and thing of the consoling words spoked by her sweet Ups to different members of the diemeetIcant you go with me If kind Providence would have permitted our sinful vision to have seen those pearly gates open to receive her spirit your tears would never wish her back Years will come and pass away stayIAs he says to us under the rod Hoping and prayingsupported by Ills grace Some day to behold you face to face- GRANDCHILD Chamberlains Cough Rhmedy never disappoints those who use it for obstinate coughs cold and irriatlon of the throat and lungs It stands unrivalled lungdiseases Pretty Wedding This morning at 10 oclock St And rews Catholic church wiYl be the scene of a pretty weddln when Miss Lena CISSPlI will be united in marriage to Mr Clarence Graves Father Gabe performing the ceremony After the hymn al services the young couplE with their attendants will leave for the country home Qf the groom near Springft eld Miss Clssel1 is one of Springfields most charming young ladies and has a hbst of friends to wish her much happiness Mr Graves is the son of Mr Ed Graves a prominent Washington county farmer and is a fine young business HarI Is the place to buy the best of every thing to eat I TO MY FRIENDS i AND PATRONS I wish to say that the qest is always cheapest D not be dacteved- b flattering prices on meats The best beeves cost the most money necessarily the choicest steak e demand fancy prices Therefore I ask you to consider my quality as well a the prIce Quality and not quantity is what Tam offering you The most fastidious housekeepers in Spring field have found this to be true For this reason I ask voh to give me a chance to convince rOU IAword to the wise is sufficient s Phone 87 JiS MORAN Jrj lour beet hIdes and all CountrPr duce Will pay highest starket prjsesrIf you haJ an extra good beef for sale phone tae 4 BrJNor end your aundrYfirst class work Guaranteed t KEPT t ICHICKENSI rf It was Vantlge who laid the trail of powder and applied the match He did It last April when McQueen was explaining for the tlftlethtlme that the country place he had just purchased ovef In MichIgan was without exception the greatst bargain and the prettiest spot on earth You are going to keep chickens of course iuggested Vantiat In the tone whIch demands an atrrmatlve answer Why said McQueen who up to that minute hadnt thought anything about ilt at aU why yes of course Well have our own tresheggs Of course i am going to have the finest poultry yard In the state Chlbkens Well should say so Before he moved his family over to the new home In May McQueen had invited everybody he knew to drop In any time during the summer for a week end EverYbody was most deeply In terested In McQueeng chicken yard which he had been to busy to see about as yet It seemed to him that his friends took a malicious delight In adiIngHello they would say Jovially Poring over catalogues I suppose picking out your chicken and stuff Why didnt you know Chester that McQueen here has a huge chicken farm over in Michigan AWyoure Just modest McQueenyou know you have Fresh eggs at every meal In the face of aU thIs McQueen wu- 1n nervously desperate straits when he landed with two friends in the country In June and hie wife IIi response to- his frantic Inquiries placidly said the chickens had comeat least six hens bad No there werent any eggs yet Theo she was etarU8d to see her hul hand turn pale and apparently bay some sort of a fit But he got out finally and Vantine hvent done L Chelterjthe ayacr08 the lake but the fresh eggs they are going and the fried chicken dinner I m to set up Sunday Why those hens nave got to lay Now HenryS said his wife awake at last to Uie emergency theyll never snow the difference I got real nic6 eggs from the grocer who sends aWagon around and Iveii doubt lie can sell chickens too Well for goodneae sake dont let the fellows know theyre not from our place gasped McQueen In agonized relief He exploino the apparent paucity- of hens to his friends by saying that he had sent back a lot that werent satisfactory and then he gave color to his fiction about his chicken yard by giving the man of all work lavish orders as to placing chicken wire McQueen still nervous from his nar row escape resolved when he got back to town to buy and ship aU the avail able live poultry so he might breathe IQ peace VanUne and Chester went back shoutlll praises of their chick en dInner and their breakfast omelets Then the rush began So many friends wanted to drop over to Michigan with McQueen that It looked as though be io have o isrue checks Fresheggs and real homegrown chickens sounds good to us they would say plalpUvelr McQueen neglected his business hunting up material for his fatal chick en yard He tried artfully to talk the virtues of lake bass and butchers meat and breakfast bacon while his hens were so busy getting acquaInted with their new home that they did not attend to their duties but everybody put up protesting hands What It they would exclaIm No fish no bacon for us We came over here eel eclally for fresh eggs and friend chicken No steakthank you So the McQueens squandered un told gold on the grocer boyand scour ed the countryside fo a ge AU of McQueens weekends resolved them selves Into nightmares of tiowing determined guests about 11st chicken yard lie never got time t go any where else AU of Mrs Queenis midweeks were devoted to huatlugrup a fresh supply of eggs and chickens to feed to the weekend crowd She couldnt have any or their own chick ens killed because they were supposed to lay eggs By fall Mcqueen had ought ten different kinds of rood warranted to make hens lay and none of which did had Invested In six different brands or chickens each warranted better than the last none of which were had lIpent a fortune on day labor and rolls of chicken wire and carpenters tor the henhouse and paid so much money for eggs and froilers that his blood cur dIed to histoea when his wire showed him the bill- I kept count she said We had just 30 eggs of our own all strmmer long from 250 hens Now what are you going to do wIth them this win tel when we go back to Chicago Do with them exclaimed Me Queen Im going to poison the lot or else sell them to some greenhorn vho is fool enough to think he wants a chIcken yard And Angelina Mc Queen If you serve chicken in any form to me during the nextaixonthB or bring a softboUed egg gita shot of me Ill not be tnswerable for the cdneequeacesi Is i JerattttIman You needntt worry t- tIsi WJf kind of aired of ckiekeis iny2- Self i IiiIILi The Big StockI ReducingSale IS STILL GOING ON AT 3 The IG STORE tit You cant afford to let this sate pass without taking advantage of the Lowest Prices on Record Ladies Suits and Cloaks Less Than Cost H Some ofthem at Half Price 1a Lot of Mens and Boys Suits at Half Pfice I Overcoats at big Reduction Lace Curtains at Cost and less Lot Qf Odds ond Ends from each department have a cuinjjla 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 ROBERTSONCLAYBft00KEC0 J INCORPORATED i iii Dr G1T1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY A11 Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Kyf- flce in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes Phone 202 for that good tender Roast G F Carpenter Getyour Horses and mules ready for our 6th Annual Horse Sale Feb 25 at Bob itts stable L A Burns City has for sae 400 bushels Orchard Grass seed 160 per bushel Call at onc- eLosTOnjan 8th a gold cuff button engraved with Un old english uM SUPposEd to be lost near Mt Zion or- Ion road to Valley Hill FindEr Will please return same and receivereward Jas Moran Jr FoR SALEAlong yearling red mul- lv Bull Ben M Tile Maud Ky Dont forget the date We will hayeI buyers for all classes of horses Feb at Boblitts stable NOTICEThe hrm of ONeal and Wright at Valley Hinhave quit busiI ness Anyone indebted to said firm will find the Books in thq hands ofJ R ONeal and must came and settle at once with out further notice ONeal Wright I About 400 MWshels of Jllllci cul for sale J L Allan Sell your hides and fur to Grinstead he pays highest prIces at the Poultry House Any kind of horde you want at our Horse sale Feb 25 at Bobllttsetable FoR RENTThe store room occupied by Miss Willie Knottaa raiUinery store for the year 1911 s U Campbell The Ladies of the Catholic church will serve court dinner in Febrt azl Sell your hides and fur to Grinstead he pays highestprices at the Poultry House For first class Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments can on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING ND PRESSING GEO G GOWDYPropI ClUB 1 Nice tender steak at G F Carpenters meat market phone 202 Dont forget the Horses le Feb 25 at Boblitts stable willihaveTandy of Campbellsville will shortly open a restaurant in the Opera House building whIle S M Campbell has rented the room now occupied by Miss Wlllie Knott tu a gentleman who will open his business within a short time Fresh pork and Steak always on hand at GF Carpenters Phone 202 Get your Horses ready for the 6th Annual Horse Sale Feb 25 Anything in the meat line at G F Carpenters meat market Pboiie 202 Ihe bans tit matrimony were publish ed for the first time atSt Domincs church Sunday between Mr Joseph Samuel Clements and Miss Mary Willy Knott both of this place The wed ding will take place Feb 9 at G K Carpenter Phone2OiorkChops Mr CLw Came of the McIntire- ihborhoudh and Miss Maud Dugan oi HoUand were married last week at Frederictowt Key Father PIeters performing the ceremony Both are popular young people spit are well known in their respective neighbor hoods They will resides in the Mc lnlire neighborhood County Court brougnt a large crowd to town and there was considerable stock on the market which sold at satisfactory prices The following sales were reportedto us by S M Campbell 3 lot 4f sheep 510 690 3 60 5 steer calves 1495 head 6 yearling steers 1225 head 6 yearling atee rs12 6 yearling heifers 1930 head 6 headI old steers 2S85 head 1 cow 18 3yearoldjmule1 mare 1241 mare 1181 horse IQ5 1 mare 120 2 buggies and harnes41 and3- 8ML SICsr I will begin teaching music at Willisburg the first of January Those who contemplate goinf abroad to study music will be better prepared by taking a course under my instructions Pupils in the kindergarten class will receieve special aflentio Plano tuning and realtil specialty Oscar S htrley t For StlwOne 30 H P 1910 Ft USa 5 en ger Motor Car Fully equipped with gas lights top windshield two extra tires and full set ot tools Prieh 650 One 1 NationairiGasoline Engine ThIS is a hq rizoniab- engine anj in firstclass shape WiU- makea fine engine for pumping pur poses Price 65 One Winton 19Q3 Touring Cat two cylinder 20 H p 5paSseneer ThIS car is IIi good shape except two tires which are badhas two good tires P1ti 27One 196 Yale MotQlcyc1e ooasnape 2h H P PIe65 Call on or address N G MARKS Springfield Ky Chamberlains Cough Remedy is a verv valuable medicine for throat and lung troubles quickly relieves and cures painful breathing and a dangerously sounding couth which indicates congested lungs Sold by Haydon Robertson iFreeRemedtor There are two forms cI bodily cleanliness the exteraal and the internal The one is for your pride is andhealthvastly more importance in the long cleanlinessThis watchabout their bodythe cleanliness of the frondobstructions bowelseachprocessof1IndlBgout vworsea likeDrFor the skeptical the beet way to be m Is to send YOur name and address W bottleUsethat a brief continuance of Ito will relieve perm neritlythat it r- toagainfiftyBentsmany otherS are doIng They beaa with efttbottlegfysizeyoungestA tonic formindigestion keepyousmaq cost suck Is the Uerleftce C OscarFleenerwarm Tex and hundreds ot others thateould be named pleasedto tothefree of charge Explain your ease In a rflperitasie and adlireH on a peetal card or otherwise Per either request the docters- ad rsee is Dr w B CaidweitllfeCal1nsM 1liiag Yolrtle c F 6 1 Tlft SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25 19I1I 5 o S- iSi40WA 66 1 t 1I lOUSE Sales Floor Shed and Stalls I TO VS and WZ WILL GET THE HIGHEST I or No i55 T Mgr and Auctioneer a T Clubbinge e i a es u 11 The Sun and Daily Herald until Jan30onJy f275 Louisville Times 450 Evening Post 350 Farmers Home JournaL 175 Breeders Gaiette 2 00 Weekly Courier Journalr 150 1Weekly Herald 15- 0Ky1THE SUN f Discount I am IffarllC in Harness and Horse Goods at most ramarkable rides anal giving 5 per csnt discount for Cash an an Calls lstiIC from SI up WAGON 5 6 650and 750 These Breeching are all made of leather No paper or cloth filling in them WAGON LINES aU madel6 feet long sewed and rivited 1 inch Lines 240 11 S inch Lines 275 WORK BRIDLES per Pair 190 40P 265 These Bridles aU have good largeiblindsand heavy reins cut from a No l leather iBELLY BANDS 1 inch wide per pair 85 If inch wide per pair 95 2 inches wide per Asir 105 BACK BANDS with snaps good and heavy 2 forict GOOD SOLID 1 INCH IfAME STRAPS 2 for 25e- I am offering my chain or wagon harness com- plete for a big bargain 2 Bridles 190 2 PaIr Haines with straps u 110 2 Pair Trace Chains extra heavy 140 2 Collars i 500 1 Set oJ Breechmg all leather d 425 2 Belly Bands solid leather 85 1 Pair Lines 16 feet bag 2 40 Total 1690 Discount for cash 90 10a1 i61 pair Tassels 35 4 Snaps extra 20 I Total i6Will make the complete outfit for 16 00Now is your opportunity to save money It this set does pt crt suit you we havetheni heavier with prices m proportion T BUGGY HARNESS per set r9t0and fl50 We hayemanv other styles I give free with each set of Harness 1 pad 1 hitch rope and 4 snaps for backing straps and lines HARNESS OIL the best on the market per gallon1i7Swhile it lasts for only C I hive the most complete lihe of Hirness Goods ever shown in Washington county Ca lalee for Can Save You Money on Roofing J Begemanrt Shop in Old Baptist Church r HOLLOW II Miss Mallie Shielr s who has been spending severalweeks with her sIster Mrs Tolley Grifrey is expected home this week Mr John Armstrong and wIfe spent MrslEdMr Erastus Perkins and family and MIss Myrtle Armstrong spent last Sat urday night and Sunday wIth Mr and Mrs Ed Hanby Mr Pete Long and wife spent from Saturday until Monday oil last week with relatIVes near Polin Mr NorIs and Maggie Montgomery spent several days last week with Mr and Mrs J S Inman They were ac companied homer bY MIss Maud Inman to spend a few days Messrs John Crow and Samson Red dicks were at Poortown Saturday t Mr John Armstrong and family Mr Samson Iteddicks and family and Cte- iHarcesty dined with Mr John Crow and family recently Ernest Shields spent Sunday with Elmer and Dolph Hanby Mrs John Armstrong has returned home after being at the bedside during the illness and death of her mother Mrs Ruth Jane Royalty who died FrI day Jan 13 1911 The remains were interred in the RockbridKe cemetery on Saturday Mrs John Crow and family spent Sat urday and Sunday with her father Mr H Scott and family near Polin Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Sunday night with her sister Mrs Ed Hanby near BeechlandTMr John Crow has commenced the erection of a tenant house Mol Tim Corn and wIfe of near Love RidJte will occupy it when completed MessrS Willie and Gra dom Clark- spent last Sunday with Raymond and Earl Barr near here Mr John Armstrong and wife spentI Sunday wIth Mr and Mrs TM Shield Messrs Jarsh Hale Johnie Matherly and Willie Clark spent Sunday with Ed Hanby Misa Myrtle Armstrong spent Sunday with Mre Ed Hanby Strayed or Stolen From thy home on Lebanon Hill atblack and white setter bird dot with a little brown on nose Wore a black leather collar with small brass nobs My name IS on the lock Liberal reward for inlormation oC hIS whercabOllts or recovery WILL RUI rL 82t Springfield Ky MACKVILLE Harvey Sweeney left Friday forj Bowling Green to attend school Misses Ressie Kayes and Willie Ruby spent Saturday and Sunday wIth relatives in Springfield Miss Mae Haydon is spending a few months with her sIsters in Louisville Mr Cleo nemaree left Thursday for Frankfort where he expects to enter business bedlside of his father in Harrodsburg wHo is verv ill Mr and Mrs Morgan Gabhart of Mercer cuuntv spent a few days last week with relatives here Mr VIrgil Mayes has returned home afterspending afew days in Indianapolis Mrs Barnette entertained qUIte a number at flinch Thursday night TheI following were present Misses Annie nay bourne Maggie Mae Wycoff Ressie Kayes Wlllie tuby Naomi Sweeney Rose Snewmak Minerva Raybourne Lizzie Davis Messrs Oliver Kay s Dr Gabhart Marshall Mayes Joe Wy off Virgel Mayes Ray Hiatt Harvev Sweeney Chamberlains Cough Remedy is not a eyeryday cough mIxture It IS a merItorious remedy for aU the troublesome and dang rcus c9mplica lions resulting from cold in the head throat chest or lungs Sold by Haydon- Rob rtdu Loose Leaf Tobacco DailyL Goqd and Largest r Plenty of FREE- BRING YOUR TQ6A000 PRICE I Write Phone ROTI BOHANNAN Springfield 5For CASH BREECHINGU25 yourselfJ CeO 1HAPPV Sales Light w V STALLARD D D S SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH Palnor Dcar Done In this office Iii firs andlasttSOver McElroy Shaders OroCHrpd i 00000000000000- G o PersonalNotesc 1Q 0OVisitors In and Out of Town A 0 Round Up oftheWeeks 0o Personal News 0JMrs Thos Medley of Owensboro visited Mrs Chas Haydon last week Mrs H H Purdom is quite ill at her nome Mrs Burton Nelson is quite ill at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs W M Young of near town Marvin Klein spent a few days in LouisvilleIMiss Mabel Thompson is the guest of Miss Lizzie Waters Mrs P C cleaver has returned home after a visit to friends in Leban on Mrs WIlliams and daughter Miss Mabel have returned homefrom Louisville Frank Simms of Bardstown was here Monday Miss Helena Simms oftBardstown IS the guest of Miss Cath rine Miss Marguerite Tarkington of- ParksviUe is the guest of Miss Eunice ONanSIMtss Mabel Price and Benne Wath en spent Sunday m Lebanon MIss FannieMcElroy IS the guest of Mrs Mary Phillips in Lebanon Miss Lillie Anderson has returned to her home at Danville after a VIsit at home of Mr H M ONan Mrs T S MaVes has been in Louis vibe with her daughter Miss May who IS at the Norton Infermarv where she had an operation performed on her thrort passed throw d i the opra iron splendIdly and is rapidly improving =Dr J C Mudd and C H McIntire were in Louisville last week Mr E S Mayes Jr has returned from Florida Mrs Mayes Miss Anrlie McElroy and Master Finley Mayes will spend the remainder of the winter in the SouthiWL Cambron of New Hope was here several days That week TS Mayes spent Sunday in Lou isvllle G H Cunningham was in Louisville last week Mr Tandy QUIsenberry and John OBannon spent Sunday m Louisville W D laybrooke who was in Mayesville last week has returned home Misses Kate and Annie MaY s spent Thursday in Louisville Jas Isham and Berry Shewmaker- of Harrodsburg were here Monday Among the visitors in town were Esquires J W Willett MondayI Hays and J o Polin w C Rogers ot Lebanon was In town Monday Mr John B Peters of Mackville was here Monday Mr Will Hays ot Bloomfield was a County Court day visit n WeF Grigsby and Marshall Duncan will attend magistrates court at Willisburg tomorrow W C McChord was in Lebanon Monday W D Clavbrooke left yesterday morning for Bloomfield on a businessI trip krom there he will go to be1heldwas in town Monday John Searcy and family have returned to Kentucky from Texas and are the guests Of Mrs M L Mr Searcy has bought af SearcyI Bloomfield and WIll make his home there T s Mayes is in Wilhsburg- MdNTIRE T E Ballard and wife weree the guests Qf Will Blanford and wife at Bunco Sunday last Max Wheatly of Louisville who was called here last week by the serious Ill ness of his brother Wat Wheatly has returned home IBorn on January 12 1911 to Mr and Fields a boy MIss Bertla Keene after a pleasant visit to her brother Mr Twiman Keene of Bardstown has returned home Messrs Unill and Will Blanford of Louisville are here on a vIsit to their parents Mr and Mrs Rt T Blanford Mrs Parker Mudd of Fredericktown was a recent guest of Mr and Mrs George Wheatly Miss Effie Graves attended the Cecil Graves wedding at Thompsonville on Wednesday of last week Mr Charley Cusic of near here and Miss Maud Dugan of BotJandpwerej married at we the Rev Father Dieters officiating Mrs Forest Cusic off houiaville carne rsweddingHerman Smith and brother have moved to theIr new home which they recently purchased of Pat Shann hanI and Pat has removed to the farm known as the MIke Murphy farm Miss Nellie Montgomery ot Croaks Station was toe guest of her sister Mrs ClelPile recently Mr JIm Wright of ILpretto vIsitedI his daughter Mrs Albert urday and Sunday last Mr Roy Mudd of Dants Station was here list week the guest of his tather J L Mudd MIsses Laura Wheatly and Flora Keene are spending a few days in Lon 1I week tor Kansas City Mu after spebd- ing the holidays here The dance given iy Mr Sidney emit ft and brother on Thursday evening was h suc era All rsport a good lirf 87 head of horses Psed unaerIhe hammer at our sale last year and6t were absolutely s- oldPublicSaleOF Household Furntri As Executors of the estate of 1Clements we wlll on ThursdayFeb 2 91l At 100 oclock p m FREDERICKTOWN KY Sell to the hIghest bidder aUot the HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FUR NJTURE SOME LUMBER WIRE FENCiNG WIRE STRETCHERS ingtotheTerms made known on day pfsale Ben D R L Clements cJS1jCZE RHEUMATISMFor twentyftve years Botani Blob Balm B B B has eon c ring yearir thousands of sufferers from Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poise and all form of Blood nd lId Diseases JUieumat1azn and teems We solicit the mlst obtlnat cues because B B B cans wren aU else fAils If have aches and lnl itr Bones Back ur i lThroatUlcers on any part pi the body Hawer E ebrowe aping onto ltchnc wster 1 bUsters or Open Humors RUtB Pimples of Eczemao Bolls Swe111Mes Eating take LB B It kil a the plson hakes the blood pure and rlek completely changing the entire leedr Intoaclean conditioneailn every lore or pimp and stoppltu aehee pains and itching curies Ute worst e8 of Blood Poison Rheara Ullm or Eczema BOTMI0 BLOOD BALM B Bi le pleasant and sate to take core posed of BotaniC In d1entsU purifeeandnrioheethe hlood DRUGGISTS u PER JKTfLJ ult6 dlrectlons for home cure Sample tree br writing BLOOD PALM CO Atlanta Ca riYDON WUlLElT PASTRIES We bake every day and always have a fresh line y of pastries Telephone 69 and your orders will be de livered promptFy light Bread f Cream Bread AU kinds of Fancy Cakes v Pies Rolls Buns Etc Oysters and Celery Fresh Fruits and Candies Fitzgerald Nertlein LJJ I 55 555 ji Some Suspicious PersosEFqHk- d i if W were hiring a certain weeklY paper to abuse us Ofcourse every time a spot light is turned on from any sourc- et offers a splendid chance to talk bout the merits Of the products but pow honor now we are not hiring that Weekly The general readcrseldom cares much for the details of uscraps c Afew may have read lately some articless attacking us andmay interested in the following j Sometime ago a disagreement arose with a Weekly They endorsedour foods letter but wanted to change the form of advertising fo w1i 1Vf objected Tho Weekly discontinued inserting our advertisements while they were negotiati for some changes they wanted in the word ing and shape of the advertisements and during this correspondence out manager gave instructions to our Advertising Department to quit ad erait altogether m that week1f Quite n time after the advertising had been left out an editorial attack came We replied in newspapers and the scrap was on Then came Illbelsuitsfrom both sides and some harsh words Generally tireSome to the public TtW yhs attacked many prominent men and repo able manufacturers o It tour Company seems prominent enough for a sensational fzfter hunt for some little spot to criticise then distort twist and Presents tothe public untier scare heads Distortion NO 1 stated t1iatw have been accustomed advertise rapTUtd and Fostwnas acureaUs for everything thisCompanytuu to ELanything We say that in seS where coffee disa grtes and is causing sickness its dismissal will remove thecauso9f the trouble and W1 su cst the use Of Pbsrum for the reason that it furnishes a hot palnt3blo beverage and contains natural elements from th grain which can bo used by nature to assist in rebuilding brokendoWnLikewise GrapeNuta rood does not cure anything but U does assist nature tremendously in rebuilding provided the- sinjligestiblo food hat has been Used is and rapeNuts taken in its place Charge No 2 states that the passage Of the National Food Drugs Act com pelled us to drop from the packages some assertions regarding the nutritive value- of GrapeNuts We nave never been 1ecompellcd to make any change Since thebninJt it has been a nniver cal rule to print on every package exactly what the contents arc made of Before the of the Pure Food GrapeNutsfoodwaomade We did scot esteem the small amount of salt at yeast as of value enough to speak of but after the new Law came In we became u technical as the om dais at Washington and added the words yeast nndsaJt although we have tn recollection of belI1gIJked tQ We believed that our sea eat that GrpeNuls will supply elements to nourish the brain and nerve centers is true land bring authorities to support the met iSome state chemists believed this a exaggeration And inasmuch as the Food Dept at Washington could easily harass grocers pending a trial on the dlsputed quesion we concluded that ct1imlnatehowever certain we may be that the lltims are true Another statement objected to read as fll1oml The se stem willnhaerb a greater amount of nourishment from duo pound of GrnpeNuta than from ten pounds of meat wheat oats or bread Some Department chemists deceive themselves us yell as the public iCatoncdis the word which defines a unit of beat determined by tho amount niecessary to raise no kilogram ofwater one degree centigrade On this basis a- table of calories is prepared showing the ercentagb of different kinds of rood Butter shows S60 Grape Nuts 396 milk 070 Remember the statement on the package spoke of the nourishment the avstem would absorb butlid not speak ot the calorie of hcat contaIned in n for the heat Is not nourishment and the nourishment cannot be Judged by the r number of heat units notwithstanding the fact that cerWnchemist would hllo the public believe so As an illustrations Attempt to feed a man sixty days on butter alone with its 0o calories The man would die before the experiment had run sixty days Then take GrapeNuts with 39B and milk with070 the two combined equa- lA65about onehalf the number of calories contained in butter The man fed for lIixty das on this food would be wen nourished andcould live not only sixty days but six months on that foodalone and we do not hesitate to Say from our long knowledge of the sustaining power ofsixtysame weijhtna when he start d if ho be- a man of nor 11welibt workhepound each day from food If that prem sixtydaystissue to replace what had been lost and this would be done on GrapeNuts and milk with half the number of calories or sustainlife believethat whichissiJIlilation by the body presents more willaldigestivGrapeNutsment that the system will absorb than rnany pounds of these other foods testimonialsand rewritten in Battle Creek bythedemand was refused for they are held in truthandof enemies thefnetRenuin6lettercame spontaneously A record was kept lettersentirelyreeoveredby following our suggestions Oil food and beverages ttenofPstum100 prizes one hundred 200 twenty of 500 and five of 1000 eachtqti that encn must bean honest letter with publishqbirers by letter These letter writers very generally answered those who wrote to them and verified the truth of the statements Under this agreement not to publish names literally scores of letters came from doctors We kept our word and neither their names or surren dered the letters spurnThemonials by advertising for them In Nw York he used for that purpose the New e4itorisexamle1907 etc then follows our prize com petition We used nearly all of the naners and mAj1zinclI in New York and the rest of givestheonly magazine we used was one whose editor is now in the Federal Penitentiary etc something that we know nothing of the truth ofnow and never did Space was bought in the magazine spoken of on a business basis for the reason that it went to n Rood class of readers The incident seems to have furnished an op portUnity for a designitq writer to de celvo his readers We look upon honest human testimony Soan attorncy from New York spent more or less time for mcntfis in Battle Creek hoping to find impurities in our foods or dirt in the factories After tireless spying about he summoned twentyfive pf our workmen and took their testimopY Ever single one testified that the foods are made of exactly the grain and ingredients printed on the pacKages th e wheat barley and corn being the choicqst obtainabeall thoroughly deane1the water of the purest and every part of the factories nd machinery kept scrupulously clean That all proved disapppinting to the Weekly There are very few factories hospitals privateor hotel an l restaurant kit chens that could stand the close spying at unexpected times and by anepemy paid to find dirt or impurities of some kind In any ordinary kitchen or factory he would find something to magnify and make a noise about But he failed utterly with the Postum Works andproducts Twenty to thirty thousand peoplegothrugh the factories annual ly and we never enquire whether they are there to spy or not It makes no difference to us He next turned to discover something about our advertising that could be criticized An analysis of the methods and distorted statements of the Weekly may interest some readers so we take up the items one tfiy one and open them out for inspection We will chain up the harsh words and make no reference in this article to the birth growth and methods of the Weekly but try to fOufine the dis cussionto the questions now at issue 1 from men and women ns to thE means by which they recovered health cis of tremendous value tb those in search of it Our business has been conducted from the very first day upon lines of strict integrity and we never yet have published n false testimonial of human experience Many of these letters covered numerous sheets sonic if printed would spread over half a pate of newspaper Ifwowould attempt to priIt one such letter in every one bf the thousands of papers and printinifhltsands of dollars We boil down these letters exactly as- a newspaper writer boils his newsstick ing sacredly to the important facts and eliminating details about the family and other unimportant matters This Work of oiling or editing is done hon stly nndwith a full lrnQwtcde of our but notice the art of thejtwister in the way he presents to his readers this matter of testimonials r DIstortion No4 This is a bad ono It reads as followlIThe only famous physician whose name was signed to a testimonial was produced in Court by Colliers and turned out to be poor old brokendown homeopath who is now work fag in a printing establishment He re ceived ten dollars 10oo for writing his testimonial We win wager ten thousand dollars 1000000 with any investigator that we have subject to inspection of any fair committee upwards of three hundred 800 communications from physicians many of them expressing the highest corn mendaWm of our products but these will not now or ever be turned over to the publisher for his use chargeThewas signed to Postum testimonial etc The truth S this Dr Underwood was one a great many physicjans who have not only written commendatory words about the value of our foods but every now and then some physician writes an article on coffee or on food and sends itt compensationforPrevious to the time when we employed physicians in our own business we casionally employed a doctor to write an article ort coffee always iniltin that the article be an honest expression of his opinion and research The Weekly hated up this physician and because he seemed to he poor and as it says frokenJIown had hm brought to Court to be exposed before a jury as the only flician that had ever endorsed GrnpeNutfl but much to the chagrin of the Weekly when our attor new asked him if the article he wrote about coffee was true he replied yes Statement No 5 reads The health officers of Mich Maine Penn New Ramp and other states in their official bulletins have for years been denouncing claimmadeexceptfromThe average reader might think thaw the opinions expressed by the State om cials are always correct but that con elusion is not borne out y fact- sAsan illustration Abut thirteen ears ago the Dairy and Food Commisidn of Michigan for some personal reason printed a severe criticism on us for making Pos turn off llarlev according to chemist latrket price and selling too high ITe was shown there was never a grain of harley used in Potum Ills report was false and misleading The governor dismissed him We believe that most of the state It may be remembered that we were first attacked md have since defended ourselves by placin factS before that great jury The Public f1 good scrap is more or less comforting now and then if you know ysu are right In the case lately tried an appeal has been taken to the higher courts We have unbounded faith in the ultimate decision of out American Tribunals j Our Suits aYains t1e weekly have not yet been tried They are for libel- i 1 J r officials are honest and on the other hand we are tirmb convinced that some substan1tilltedThey never criticize the purity of our foods for so much we are thankful If our conclusions in regard to its being a brain food differ from theirs and we are both honest they have rather the advantage because under the law they cnn order uato eliminate the age any statement if it disagreeswith their opinion Otherwise they would harass grocers Spasm No 6 says The most dan gerous thinK in the world for one threat enedwith appendicitis is to eat any food thatdangerat fifteen cents a package for those so threatened readerintoas a cure for appendicitis Mr Post himself has hail probably as wide experience as any other man in offoodand we proved in Court by the physicians and surgeons on the witness stand that oppendicitisis thebouydigestionDr Oehsner in his work on appendicitis wellknownobtained on the market He alsobrought out the interesting fact that in after treatment it is advantageous to take on n predigested food tobyhave any relation to the question indigestiblefoodNuts food has been n great blessing to tens of thousands of people and we hope moroinNo 7 is alive wire It refers to CW inSuggestivelead to a most effeeter organs of the body sailfittedho hu become known as one of the food bothfromside of the question For about eight years previous to IS91 afterbeingknown physicians he was quickly healed by what to him was a curious and not sayhepounds This experience challenged his investigation into causes of disease and their amelioration Those studies and experiences developed a very profound recr once fr n Supreme Power which directly operates upon thA human beinltl and this reverence for the infinite became to him a form of religion whicp included honesty of purpose fellowman statement whichwill re indorsed by everyone who knows him closely He willmake a public announcementc- in detail of farts ad the Postum Company willcause hat statement be in newspapers and magazines Some Facts j j 7 J qBattle Creek Michigan December 0 J9JQ fWe thc undersigned certify that never to our knowledge has 8 testimonial letter been printed by the Postum Cereal Co Ltd which did not have behind it a genuine letter signed and believed to be an honest statement i To the best of our knowledge and belief the Company has receive upwards of fifty thousand 50OO genuine to timonial let rs This company has never knowingly made nor permitted th untruthful statement regarding its products or its methods M K HOWE Treasurer with CompanyaboutI4 years L J LAMSON Inspector of Advts With Company about 9Years L F C GRANDIN Advertising Manager With Company about i3 years R M STERRETT M D Physician in charge of Scientific D r With Company about 4 PtJ CHESTON SYER Advt Writer With Company about 3 years r CHARLES W GREENAdvt Writer With Company t5yearsi HARRY E BURT General SuP t With Company about x3 years H C HAWK Assistant to Chairman With Company about 7 Years r C W POST Chairman With Company iG years from thebegnnnIng t in due tine We suggest the reader look for it PrevarIcation No3 Post spends nearly a million a year In advertising and relics on that to beep out of the newspapers the d n crOus nature of the fraud is perpetrating on the public Tire Postum Company does payout up wards of a million a year for trade any nouncements Newspaper men believe our statements truthful or they would not print them Large numbers ofnewspa per men Use our products They Are capable of tfl1inc the nublie whether or not we bribe them it may have escaped notice that we didnot bribe that particular weekly No9 states that the amount of the Verdict will Irbe devoted by the weekly to ornnncY fraud This is almostreal humor We have two sUits pending against the 11Yeparticular purpose yet Item 10 is a discoverY that wheat bmnis a part of Postum But the criticism neglected to mention that for years every Posturn package an nounced in plain type that the uter coy erng of wheat bran made part of the beverage They ignorantly fell into a trap here not knowinRenoulth of food value to know that Tak Diastase the article used by physicians the worM over for starch digestion is made from wheat bran berrybecruto develop the valuable diastase in manufacture Good Postum is impossible without this part These selfappointed critics do make some laughable blunders through ignor ance butbe patient t nnrIine ers While on the witnesS stand Mr Post testified to his studies in Anatomy Physi Dietetics and Psycholoall rel- atmg to the of food Asked to name authorities studied he mentioned six or eight from memory experiencjourneys to Europe Now notice the distortion Copy from the printed criticism booksinones he had read- NoticeUthe Very ones he had read leading tine reader to believe that they were the only ones IiDidOU consult the books from these editions was asked From those and various editions an swered Post a The attorney picked up book after book from the pile and showed the title pages to the juryall except two had been published since 1905 This is an example of distortion and false coloring to produce an unfavorable impression purposelyintrodllce provebygardinK appendicitis and the analysis of also the latest conclusions in reard to the action of the digestive organs These works are Th1ymondPbJioloJticnl Digestive Glands by Pawlow Hind Book of Appendicitis bY Oehs ncr 1f4tnmitJJoienCarey The Weekly carefully from its printed account testimony regardinx the years of research and study by MrL Post in fitting himself for and would lead the reader of they distorted article to believe that education began since 1905IDistortion No 12 repdrtu Mr Post as- a dodging witness His eye is not of the shifty kind ob served in the head of ono of his chief critics On the witness stand Mr Post looks quietly iut Very steadily straight into the eyes of the haggling twisting law per trying ty all his art to ask double barreled questions and bulldoze and cony fuse a witness The dodging it seems consist d of replying I dont know Opposing counsel holds a book in his hand while he queries I want to know if there is Ii single thinK in your whole book here that sug gents any particular kind of foodThenfollowed some discussion between attor nets v When Mr Post was allowed toreply thbook i byMrably has not been read carefully by him in the last fifteen years would require Sayuyezpages didor did not contain without reading It overbut such conserttatiter and well balanced answers are construed by sensation seekers to ce dodguig The attorney sought by every art ts l impress the Jury with the fact that Mr Posts belief in the- power ofMind ja relation to the body branded him U unreliable and worse l The following is quoted from ote ilk the questions the lawyer reading from the book The writer of these pages deSireS tIsay nothing of himself other than as asimple instrument through which the Divine = Principle chooses toIrlanifest itself by precept and exampleI intheexperienceconclusions ReadcarefuUy thoughtfully no more twenty pages daily Afterward seek betdisyour eyesiand into the silence where mind to the breathings ofspirit and where God talks to the Son The thoughts from Divine Universal Mind youwithsilence humble and trusting you will coma strengthenedinbodywith the Father of all life and all power andfoodstomach works smoothly when under the influence ofa Higher Power 41 ask you if you did not write that and if you did not believe it when you wrote For a moment the Court Room etas ia absolute silence Mr Post slowly leaned forward ores sfaceAttorneytadrcJhe i and X50000000 is asked as damages and may the right man win After all the smoke of legal battle blows away the facts will standouts clearly and never be forgotten that Postum Grape Nuts and Post Toasties are perfectly Jure have done good honest service to humanity for years the testi monists are real end truthful and the business conducted on the highest plane of commercial integrity Theresa Reason Postum Cereal Co Ltd Battle Crew Michj I I r I 42 4 r 4 tr l KENTUCKY GLEANINGS i IjTHE COMMONWEALTH WILL ASSESS CANDIDATES Three Want to Be Attorney General Canpalgn Warming Up nowI4field for the DemOcratic nominations for state offices it is probable that otter the announcements of the amount ot money the state primary will cost there will be even more An assessment wUl it is understood be made against each office to be filled in the state elction next November it there is but one candUlate for any cifice he will have to pay the entire nssessment if there are several candi dates the assessment will be divided There are three candidates for the Democratic nomination for attorney generalJames Garnett of 4 IL Pollard flreathitt and 11L LoganI wa Headley of PrInceton has also been mentioned Former state Sena- or John W Newman of WOOdfOrd oJmtyand BF Hill of Henry coun ty have been spoken of as candidates for the nomination for comniissi ner of agriculture For the nomination for state superintendent of public In structi n there are several prospective candidates among them being L 0- Llttrell= of Owen county Miss Nan ie- CatJett Coldwll R E Enbanks Fa- ette M O Vinfrey Bell and Barks lale Hamlett Christian Joseph C Van Meter of Fayette is the only candidate to be announced thus far for state treasurership Henry lBosvorth1 oV Fayette Ruby Laffoon tH9pkins and Frank Hager of John ron want the nomination for auditor of public accounts Up to this tim James P Edwards of Louisville is thE only announced candidate for the lieutenant governorship Dr C F BEN JOHNSON Congressman From Fourth District Who Has Gubernatorial Aspirations rceIius of Falmouth wants to be r tarYof state James E Stone and G a Likens will it is said be candidates also Up to this time no VOOdSOQtllChinn of Frankfort have been mentioned as probable candidates Former Senator James B MeCreary and essinan Ben Johnson ot the Fourth Congressional district are mix Ing it H in lively faShion in their con test Mr Johnson is telling of the number of years that Senator Mc Creary has held office nd the number of offices that lIe has held At SlieThyville these two candidates met and although there was the best of good feeling and their de ate was conducted in a dignified manner each enlightened the audience with the number or offices that the other had hold The result or the meeting war a challenge from Mr Johnson to Sea atorcCrear to a series or jOnt de bates SENTENCED TO DEATH FrankfortCharles Howard 21 was Convicted for the murder of Ed Rice white here last August and sen teiiced to he electrocuted WhtesburgJ Wesley Reedy has closed a deal on 6000 acres of choice coal and mineral lropertylylng along Big Shelby creek near the route of the Consolidation Coal Coos railroad line It Is given out that th property will be developed at an arly date MllysvilJeRoland Stevens was s r ouaiy injured by the etp10slon of a railroad torpedo He was rIding on a railrOad trcYCre when the whsels truck the explosive parts of the shll entering l16 leg LOCOMOTIVE EXPLODED Bag adThree men were 1njurd- jerbaps fatally when the crownshce f a C 0 freight engine blew oat The injured all of whom were bally turned by steam aTe William ICash- englneer fatally B F Poindeter D le man rIbs hroen scalded and burned E C Fogelman head brake iran ribs broken and scalded The ac cident 1UPemd while the train wits noing at B gOod rate of speed The s f tile eposIon Is not itnown 5aAD ROADS TO BLAME LxingtonBad roads hive been ro sponsible for a dearth of completions in Kentuckys crude oil fields lately The thaws following the hard freezes have placed the highways in bad shape and heayy drilling rigs are moved with great difficulty In the mountain districts where most of the development work is now centered this feature works the great handicap Completions uriug the past few days- have been limited to the proven dis filets of lower Kentucky and a wildcat district in the new Western ken tuck developments MILLIONS FIR DEVELOPMENT Record Price Paid for Land ii Eastern Kentucky Mines and Rail road Work l WinchesterOne thousand dollars per acre for 13 acres and 5000 for cab acre was the price bald by the Consolidated Coal Co for land at the head of Elkhorn creek on the border or Pike and Jetcl1 r counties tO use as a portion Or the site for the big neW coal city the company is to build at that point Scrivener Co of NeW York have closed a deal for 7000 acres ot coal land along the border of Ltcher cou- nttat the reported price of 175000 The Kentucky River RardwoodCo has been incorp rated by Huntington W Va parties with a capital of 300000 to cut the lumber an 2800 aires in llreathitt cOJInty and it has rearly completed a 21mile narroW gauge railroad from Quicksand to tk Cumberland The Four States Coal and COkE Co or Pittburg Pa with the acquiie ment of the holdings of the Drush Creek mines at Ida May Ky and the other coal properties of the latter com IHmyin Den county Ktmtucky completes the consolidation of properties In tlestates of West Virginia Vir glnir Kentucky ana Pennsylvania ago greg tfng over 39OQO acres andn coal tonnage in sight of over 500OOO00Q and has increased its capital to OOOQOO The McGregor Coal CQ has organ- Ized with a capital of 30000G and aciiuired for immediate develtpm nt 9500 acres of coal land on thp Ken tuicky border in Logan count Vest Virglni DAIRY SCHOOL ElizabethtOwnThc dair men of zabethtown and Hardin county at tended a daityschOol Prof 4 J Reid of the Vnite States Bureadtfof Agri cultural department lr8 1VYt Pine well B F SaberlerflnesJ W McFar land or the state pure food department and Dr W E Gory of the Louis rUle health department were the in structors The lessons were upon the principles of ondu tIng dairy llerd A FUTURE ADMIRAL GreenvilleHon R Y Thomas jr has appointed Thomas C Taylor of th1 city as a cadet to the naval academy at Annapolis THIRD REASON FdR FAME EJbabethtownFrankForbis the- Veteran Hart comity man catrier who got in the limelight a fey weeks ago ion account of being the oldest mail carrier in the country and applying for a PensioT was married to Mrs SalIie nta widow of his section or the country The brldeis 30 years old and the groom 90 Forbis became fa- mQUS several Years ago bymak5ng and wearing wooden teeth which lie carved out or seasoned hickory NEW LW FRATERNITY LexlngtonTho Pi Deltit Phi a new law fraternity has been est3b- Bsbed at State unlvcrcsitr The society is the outgrowth of n feeling among the students to promote better facilities f r working together and to give the law college a higher standing Letters or approval from Gov Villson Senator Bradley and former Senator McCreary have been reciv d by the promoters APPOINTED SUPERINTENDENT McCormickledftOi Carpenter The appointee will hold untilhls succemoiIseleeted next No vember lie was principal of the ShepllerdsYiJIe high school several year ago nd is It progrossive school man LoulsvilleLocal Baptists may make an effort tQ secure for Louisville ho ProPccd home for aged and ill firm Baptist ministers it being de- dded toestabllsl such a thnie at meeting of the board of truitces of the BaptistMinlsters Aid Society or Ken tucky Just how huohmoney Iso be expended on the home has not b eiu decided SSUMMER CAMP LouinvlliePlaiis for the estithlislu mont of a summer camp Cqr Ken icky members of the Y C A were din cussed by th regular state executive committee lt was decided to lJur chase a houseboat place it In the Kentucky river at a point near High Bridge awl equip it for the accommodation of about 40 It was decided to bold the annual state convention of th6 association M Danvllle March 16 17 omcers willHbc eecttd at the met1ng lobe held Jn MarOlu HOME FOR GENTLEWOMEN Will of Kentucky Woman Qeclarel They Must Have Bien Born in the State LexingtpnThe establishment of the Kate Earl Memorial Home for Kentucky Gentlewomen Is contem plated in the will of Mrs Mary Trotter bequestsprovides that theresidue of the estate go to James a Chastain the testators h19tUeathin founding the home which Is described as a home fOl elderly gentle women born in 1he state or KentuCkY The value of Lhe state Is not given but is supposCd to be eoiisiderably more than 50000 RAILROI EXTENSioN I Contemplated illeage Will Be aRe markable Construction JacksonQn its 9Smile ext non from here intothe Eastern Kentucky coal fields the L N wm e end about 3500000 fork oil the Lexington Eastern will make this part or the road the greatest pIece of operating work in the country and by fall an Immense coal tonnage will be carried over it Most or the coal hauled 01 the L N will be taken to Cincin ttVhfth a be country extension u monument to him Self as it will be some of the most remarkable railroad CQnstrnction work done in the history of AmerIcan rail reading The extension of the ioad will have 21 crossings and tunnels aggrcgatfpg one and onehalf miles STATE HEAL TH BOARD Frankforts Water Supply Among Other Matters Considered at First Annual Meeting LbuisvilleCondemiiation of th6 water sUITply at Frankfort was proposed at the first annual meeting of the Kentucky state board of health to be held since the newt vItal sta tlstics laW has been in effeCt Thehoard also instructed the state sanitary engineer to preparea map showing aUof the polluted streams of Kentucky and give reasons for their llOIIution The hoard also agreed to tako up the cudgel against quacks in Ken tucky A resolution adopted by tho board and presented by Dr South or Frankfort provides for the regulation by railroads of the temperature in passenger coaches the minimum and maximum suggested as 60 and 75 degrees l Condensed News nchfieldSickncss ot Judge Weed G Chelf brought court here to a standstill ToinpkinsvilleRoscoo Cherry 20 was sentenced to the penitentiary from 2 to 25 years for shooting and killing JohnJackson July P 1910 JacksonThe 10000 damage suit of T H Beuiris against the Kentucky Ohio Railway Co resulted ina ver diet for the plaintiff of 2500 MtSterIlngDates announced for the State Farmers InstItute hero by Commissioner or Agriculture M C Rankhi are February 23 21 and 25 lilacik ISountalnSamznle Wells 15 accidentally shot and killed his 6year old brother while handling a 38caliber revolver The ball ierccd the boya abdomen CarUsJeCroJSilea charged wIth killing Joseph Crawford at Blue Lick SprIng waived examination and was held to the grand circuit ourt under 10000 bond which he gave Lexi gtonlt is likely that the Ken tuky State unhprsfty football team vil1 play Tennessee university or Knoxville In Win itron next Tliank giving dny MiddlesloroTle lelUco ConsQU dated Coat Co recently organized has taken over the holdings of the- Lynn Camp Coal Co and willbegin operation at once DuekorsFlre of unknown origin destroy d the L N dciOt The fllce- SUllIllieS of the company and 600 worth of goods belonging to nirnelI Co were destroyed The total osn IIl saverai months ilgo was given two year Iiatpeld it Is said will not appeal the case bue begin at once to serve his sentence lie bloa dpd selfdefOnse SomerktF F Clothier has flied suitagalnsL the C N O T PraIi rood for 15000 damages sustained while operating an engine in the Som ersetyards lie was injured by th13 engine running into some loose cars qlhhar1ie Jcft on the track TABSCPTT GIVES BOND ElizaletlitiwnWillam H Tab scott who shot and killed a man by thchame ot Estes in Hart county and transferred tothelsrdin county jail on account of bitter feeling against him lii his home county was released from Jail on 5OOO bond CainpbellsyllleAfter being out hoUTS the jufjy omid n verdict Of 21 ycarsagainstTewny I3agby for killing VernonGofrey jaUer of Green county ntGreenstn ayearago COMPLETELY PROSTRATED 50 Sensitive to Pair She Had to Be Turned Sheet Mrs Eliza Kirk S Main StSpen er Ind Says I had been prostrated with Inflammatory rheumatip My limbs were swollen hands drawn out ot shapo dand I was so sensitive I to pain I had to be turned In sheets I was able at last Un tIer the best medical ljEattention to crawl arouns the house with tho aid of a cane but the improvement went nQ further Finally my husband brought home a box ot Doans Kidney Pills It was surprising hoW quickly they re lieved me and how soon I was cured For three years my cure has been permanent Remember the nameDoans For sale by aU dealers 50 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y j TheShadow of Science It Is hard to believe that a shadow is probably the origin of aU astronom- Ical geometrical and geographical Eclenqe The first man who fixed his staff perpendicularly In the ground and measured UP shadow was the earliest computer of time and the Arab ot today who plants his spear in tile sand and marks where the shadow falls Is his direct descendnt It is from the shadow ot a gnomon that the early Egyptians told the length ot the year It is from the shadow of a gnom that the inhabitants Upper Egypt still measure the hours ot work for a water wheel In this case the gnomon is a lhurra stalk support ed on forked uprights and points north and south East and west are pegs in the ground evenly marking the space of earth between sunrise and sunset Ina land ot constant sunshine a shadow was the primitive chronometer It was also the prim tiye foot rule 1 SKINcV1EREfiESLJu6ruL REST A th lira Soap foliowed 4gen8anolJ1tin with Cuticura e1 tJs generally sufficient to afford Immediate comfort in thc most dlstressinl forms of itching burning and scaly eczemas rashes Irritations and inflammations of In fants and children permit sleep for child and rest for parent and point to permanent relief when other methods fail Peace falls upon distracted households when these pure sweet and gentle entoUfens nter No other treatment costs so little and does so much for skin sufferers from infancy to ago Send to Potter Drug Chem Corp Boston for free 32page hook on the care and treatment of skIn and scalp troubles TRUE jpuPn Mr FItzDoctor Im subject to vIo- lent fits Qf late and I wonder at times thatl survive them DoctorYou sort of wonder at tile Eurviv al of the fittest eh lniportantto Mothor8 Examine carefully every bottle of- OAS1ORIA a safe and sure remedy for infants and children and see that It Bears therlSignatureofIn Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always sough Terifled Hero DId you have any narrow escapes In the surf last summer Yes repJfda the lifesaver One lady whom 1 rescued was so grateful that she nearly marriedmo Petttts Eye Salve For Over100 Years hAS been Fed for Conietedand inflamed renovcsfilni or scum ovprtlie eve An druggistn or Howard l3roJ1uffttloNY The Difference TedDid lie sober down and marry NedNo lie JTiarlfCdI and sobered downStnart SetfFalse ClerkTJ1fs Is an eightcliuy Clock MurphyOwan Its a loi thers oiuly sivin days ln thewalePuck 4 finish thb moment to find the Journeys encl in each step of the road to live tho greatest plumber of good hours is wisdomEinerson I nm or the opinIon that the most honorable calling Is to servo the pub Uc and toba uscul to manr lIon taigrteIDAYSYOl1rc1nlW5t liItndBleeGIi3g Every thread ofgold Is valuable- and so Is every moment of time Mason r INOT EASILY REB FFEDI SheNQ I wouldnt marry the best man on earth HeOl course not The bride never marries the best man Ierwantyou to marry me A Sons Compliment His Incessont work his avoidance of all rest and recreatlonond his rig orous seltdental made Joseph IulIt- zer In his days In harness the de- spalr ot his fanily In this conne tion a pretty story Is told about the f mous journalists son Ralph Mr Pu itzr had refused to take a hoUday and Mrs Pulitzer ex claimed Did you ever knoW your father to do anything because It was pleasant Yes oncewhen he married the young man gracefully repfled Cats Ttgerlsh Nature A shocking affair In which a domes tic cat displayed tigerish qualities oc curred at Ayr recently A woman named Mrs John Scott had occasion to go a message and left a chik six weeks old in the house On her return she was horrified to discover that the cat had eaten the small finger commencedOld Houses rOld houses have a tar larger corn mercial value thati their ownera al ways renembe lIntonSWellknQwn observation is his AreopagIUca Almost as well kill a man as a good book applies not a little to a good old building whIch Is not only a book but a unique manuscript that has no tel lowAddress by Thomas Hardy The inevitable You dont resent that successful candidates proud apd haughty manner Nope rejoined Farmer Corntossel The fact that hes in poUUcsJs an tho guarantee I want that sooner or later hell meet with some kind ot a terrible finish What Trained Nurse Says About R slnol I get absolute satisfaction from Rca inol and use ltconst nUy One of my patients has had ulcers for 15 years and Resinol has helped her more than anything else She will continug using It until cFed I have made some remarkable edres with ft- 1r Agnes T ONeIl Somerville Mass Stupid f1an tMy husband has no Idea of the value of money Why I thought he was a careful business man He thinks so too But he abso lutely doesnt realize what a lovely hat I can buy fo99r d Mrs DIs she a Mary of the vine clad cottage Mrs MNo a Martha of the rub berplant t1atsHarper s Bazar lofty Ambition What 18 your ambition Merely to make more mono than my wife can spendDetroit Freo Press woundsisate nppJicatiOl of Ilainlins Wizard Oil blood pOisoning mposeible Its a great accomplishment to be able to sing but ont lose sight of the fact that Its just as great a ono know you cant toI Mrs WInow SoothinG Syrup Forchihiren teithng rotlen the reducc 10 mmznaUon11sy pncurcaw1Od coUc5caLbottle The best way to lift men is to meet thorn on a level COLDSGured in One Dayi tathendo1thecanted ly colds It cures and obJ P1H1lII1oniLlPriceHave you stiff or swollen joints no Int ferMunyonhow qulcidy you Will be cured troublt1unyoits VitalIZer makes weak msw strong and restores lost powell J Make the Liver Do its Duty NiM this in le wea aLeJiwrledck L stomach sad bows are CARTERS UTTLZ UVER F1LL- rcay13ntfra1yco pellazyIsCI I dufJCures i mi ITTLE ipatiOllIncU LLL- IetJac1is tio SiCk and DItrse ftsi Eatiq suriD suD saI Pric Genuine gMbrii Signature L 2 The Farmers SansJGreat Opportunity Wilywaitfor tho olti to becomo sour Inbcrtt4ncel JJcgfnnow to prepare for your tutnte g 7 a z- itd MADJTObaSakathheYaflor 4SI nsteadorbu1tui4t f the its the Wi do say all the TIlE Men A1iY In4 to Jlnd from to old or She less and feels tired from and nnk the at ask your Dr has foil over curlnjl the and this too the tileI thel aslI INowstiTiM 70aftom silLbe or The lecuied- t70m of WbCUData are S steady fldranco In prIce QOTeTflcCnt retum show sitUersInthe U was 0 per cent In 1910 tha the p1dforof ree of 150- Ieres and ofao acres at aa acre Flue cl1mat achooli excellent al wa fcIIlUelow ratea Wood we fn For pamyb rut gpply to up a tr Gidser Use ad4rellt Nothing Like them in CASARETS the sellerwhy Because the bat for liver and bowek what they will for vastnot wha we they will dihatCASCARETS MiUionsUSft CASCARETSand it is thozncdidne that they ever need take Cf CASCM1ETS box for n weeks treatment aU Biggest seller in the world a month Ask to see Leather Covered mOWN WORLD OVER Pails Bdstore MORE Than you ever possible decorntiDg china burntwood metal pillowtops etc in colors romphotographs succesr talentrequiredSend stamp quick for prnticulnrs IIVALLAN cCOMr Elkhart WNUCLNCINNATI NO 31tU j WOMANS Many women suffer needlessly from wOman- hOod motherhood agewith backachtj becoples brokendown sleep nervous irritable morning to night When pains aches womanly system frequent tcn111s sWghbor outI pierces Favorite Prescription This PrescrIptIoN 40 yelllS been delicate weak palziwracked women by hundreds ot thousands In privacy of homes without kay- In to to Indelicate qcst1on1ajs offensively repugnant examsatlons II1ot now- whena5C theallandtint axulir1ey larger proceede one lfomeaitcads preomptions d10Blber euU7ob NetWost- parueui IabelocaUon- enS nesreatynu worM biggest medicine makes famous to drugghts MIllion Pocket Edition hjtaczs 1Colorcarp Zi4ve to ruc Gr MAKE MOYdreamed C E ILLS girlhood dizziness headache i a a I t ttWNldsUn Pzsncss GUSAr FAMILY DtCTOR Boos The Peoples Common Sees i sM- ediC111 AdviserLnewlyrcvised uptodate editionlOOO pages answers lu i11Plain lrtltish hosts tf delicate questions which evcrywoman tingle or married ought to know about Sent free to Any cdazs on receipt ot 310neeeJtC Stamps to cover cost of wrepping and mallingosly is French cIott biadisg PUTNAM FADELESS DYEYtotOI rlGre tc brtthtar and falter colers than an IUler One toc blSckae coters Suttlc Ther de In cod ater bene Mat an7 Otl4r illQllment plU ut rlfflntIft wIno r flM kJltKodo Dlt Oleach aacUflX Color M 0 NSO E D RrJ G COrOln JI lln8Ii 0 Tw T I r t TaERINGFIELD SUN WEDNE DAY 9f or NpARY25 r BargainSUBS- CRIPTION OFFERS 56Q Springfield Sun as heretofore always striving for the best interests of its subscribrs and friends ant of the county as Ulade up a lIst of bargaIns in the best and Weekly stlcrkeep in touch with the doings ofthe World Daily Herald ILouisville iBOTHt YEAR FOR Springfield Sun r This Offer PositivelyNot Good After Jan 30 1911 LOUISVILLE TIMES ITHETHE SUN both year THE EVENING POST1 I and THE SUN both 1 year The Daily Courier Journal 4 months and The Sun I year 1751H 8 Weekly CourierJournal and Th Sun one yea 50 Heraldu Farmers Home Journal u u u 1751 OOIINOr 1 Tte paHY Evening Post J months 125 The Springfield Sun year r l O- dltme and Farm year 50 jode Remus Magazine I year 100 Good uollsekeepiog Magazine year t50- r2 i rice Qf all five 525 i = 00yU i ii 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Their action is so gentle ont don t realiz they have ydonRobert PUBLIC SALE4 OfLand and Personality As Executor of the Estate of Wm T Stigull deceased and In pursuance of tiie authority vested in me by hiS will I will on the premises on SATURDAY FEB 4 ieilAT 100 OCLOCK P M 1t for sale tothe highest blader the f liowing property towit The Land Containing About llO Aresowned the late Wm T Stlgall at the time of his death Said rand ha O it gt hlrTrand small tenant house is all good tobacco and grass land well r4jcaed ard well watered IwiII lso at the same time and place offer for sale the fo11pwirig persorwl property I Birdsell Wagon very fine ShotGun I Sorghum Mill and box 1 Etock cerilicate No 96 in the Wfshington County Tobacco Warehouse Co rluuhte Stoyei Plow Lot ot Corn in cnb estimatee a 30 barrels TERYSThe Land Win be sold ona credl1 of 9 and 18 months for which purch tir Wll1 be required to CX cute notes with approved security bearing in tvretat 6 per cent from date aU sums of 10 and under cash over that amount note dues xnondm after date hearmg interest at 6 per cent per annum from late cutotsii 275 4501 r 350 150Iprice375 Springfield Willsons faUlt The Danville Advocate says Somef uediaserving a li sentence tn the penitehti ary under the habitual criminal aCt Last week he wits captured at Law rcnc burg eharged with attempting to aauIt a lady It was nelesury to spirit hihi tO Louisville to prevent a mob rout iChing hm This probably helped rile the POlle at Shelbyviile and the lynching there followed Gov- WllIson aholld not turn these habitual criminals upon the people LState of Ohio City of loledol Lucas County 5 Frank J rhetwy makes oath that ho- is senior partnftr of the firm of FJChelley Co doing business in tIa city of lnIeIQ County arid State afort saidaiid that said firm will pay thh sum ot ont JH111drcd dollars for each and every or Czitarrh that cannot be cureo tyy the use Qf Halls Catarrh Care Frank J Cheney Sworn to neforu me aflil subscribed In m preoics this 6th day at Decein her AJ1 188f1 PAL AW Gleason Notary Puh1i Halls Cutiirrh CUre taken interntl- ly and act dirtctty flthJi1ooC and thucoii surfaces ot the system Send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo Sold by all DJ11lgfstB 75c constipni11Sa UtI CoHr1rJ oVDft1 l1a r u I Iit ThWh t i I t rT i t i wish1 saUl Iugisy that we dldnt have to go So do l agiis wife ebamo- lessly As the party Was4lvea thoir- honor their attitude Was aU the more reprehenaihle Our very firatevenlng at home mourned MrR Inglesby They had been married two months and were just hack froth their wed dIng trip tOf course Tom ami his wits mean wellcomedcd Inglhy hut youd think they would realize we dldtcare a hang about rushing out into soCiety the Instant we stepped off the train and before wed rea1l seen our own aVartrnents We were supposed to get back mAt week sald Mrs ngleHby whp wlshed to jVhatrm tired of rimning Som P said Mrs aroundIrending lamp Is a could sit by It and oud read to me angeli Id like to darling said tngesby mournfully What a bore a card party- Is And tberes my upokingjacktj neglItnglosby Id love to put Iton Youd be a peach In Ill asserted InglesbY And to think wore vented being comfortable and dolnftJ aa wed like just bieause oC tool no thins of fool friends or ourswho1n- slat on welcoming us hotqe Cant cut IU Mercy not said his wife rhere are to be 15 taiil and a gorgeous supper And In our honort Id rather stay at home and eat rarebit thit you made satd ingleaby- Consarnthe luck u does seem ridiculous said Mrs Inglesby rising from the table wonder what Id better wear II look prettier than any one e ITou you have said It doosnt make InlleSbyl terenc9 what you wear Wear en apron or sralneoat and youll beat all the other women there Goose said Mrs InKlesbyIII dont care what other peple say It only you think I look nice You alwaYt look nice said Inglee by My hut that rock r does seem comfortable And my smoking stand 80 handy to ltj Its just a shame agreed his wife And you hAte so to get IntO evening clothes 111 put thi sfuds and IIilcs- in yoitr shirt You ure an arigol said her bus band and kisseti her Why cant we stay at home when all I want Is toi talk to you Ills tunny said hIs wife I dont seem to take a bit or interest In talc Ing to anyone else Ini jerfectly contented to be just with you Well II suppose might aa well dress I guess JU wear my lavender marquisette and pearls Youll knock the spot ort emIsaid her husband Whereft my white ties SoclAty Is a perfect bor mourned Mrs tngles1JY Ishall hate the whole evening It Is Just wasted It spoils our return home saId her husband Our first evening We wanted to look over all the henI ding presents and realliie that were among our very own things Whats the good or mahM having a home and a wife If btt Isnt to be allowed to enjoy them In peace Id like to live Tom a pIece ot my mind Its pure olfl9hnesl on their part said Mrs Inglesby dusting powderI on her nOS8 could cry when or It Whats Tonis now number In ired Iir hUlnd as lie got Into 1I1- Edre4s coat Ill look on tizeinvitation iald hr witt as ie rustled Into the living room i her lavender gown Titers was an Instants silence Md then a lItUe Shriek Jack she crltdlot made a mis- takeln wy date It isnt tontrit Its a week tram tonigt And Ive got this lovely dress on and vrythlni It that Isnt horri Ittd1nglcatglad togs and hat Ue is tied right If do say It Id kind of liked toIsee everybIy tutrhl Well theres nlt hiD to do but IIStay borne I SUIIJ01P tllld Mrt AJ5bnmeIi HIghway Humor tn a little commune In Brbant Is to he Eee big no ice borr nt the entrance or the fOfl On It nppears- thr ousiug iiOliJC 1 automhl1ilJtt 100 knolnIfllr si itir When we kniiw thRt 100 kflonPterateuala miles It earriy lie d be added tha- tthwIt or tht eonniinp hpv added a nought to the notice At fnant a beard ii tn bf riEpn nn a gOod level rnRll rominni1t0g motortfts the al1ri J dun petit ebevel wdftiaire au petit trot Bifl th palm for or1iTiaI n U f we learn belongs to a little 11iitth town Qa th b r4- ra4s on Please drIve slowly FtC ite n hundrfd yards further on is goth r board b4atiiig the words Thank you As the French journal from which wt take our It tT observe It Is an exquIstt example o- fpoftteneeaL ndq Globe DO NOT BURN THEtLEAt They Are Natures Own FortlUier and Aa Such Should Be TU1ri edOer to the Soil Feola burn leaves leaving them selves a pinch of poor iuth bdisend lag back Into tim air what WI taken from it by the process otgrowth says the Outing Magazine These thousands- of tons ate txiade outot the earth but out of the air and are Intended to beturn d over Into soil If plant a tree tna tub ot dirt and leave it there until it weighs one hundred pounds will find by weighing the dirt that the tree was not made up ot what was In tire tub but almost altogether of what It cuid get rom thei nlrcaIbon and nitrogen torthe mOt part with hydragii composing 8 good jlThenot In the air are deep down tiudem thei surface oft e sonor incorporated InI the rocks Tile most Important are iotash from ashes weed waste soap suds and thcr area few soils that in theLr natural state are entirely da- ficient In this eeirint The Umber soils of our corn belt contain aBout phoruBIpOIudbiltty at growing any crops at alL We have got to find them In the soil It we use them UP we have got to replace them Agriculture should berennjned aeri- cdltire becauia WC ire r1Iy taking from the air the larger p rtiour annual crops What we must know ts how to do this most readtfy Our fathers knew that they must ue ma nure and theY knew that they must rotate crops They knew also that ltv lug plithts rod on decaying plants tiiiri lav1ng ftnt served as food for animals HIS CLIENT KNEW LAW TOO New England Farmer Accused of Kill Inga Neighbor rKlfIs Two lrds With One Stone John L Cochranwbollves in Bret ton Hall nict alawyer the other day he used to know In the south and who hail been for some tIme In practtse tn a mall New E gland town Untie Jack he said where are yon going uck to Gods country tosty The tIIB for mine Why I thought you liked the east antI were loln well- l did but there are some things about some of these Yankees I cant stand A man up where I WaS prac Using killed a neighbor and sent for me as soon 18he was J l1ed to take the case He gavu mea thortgag on his farm for a 500 retainer I put In a defense of insanity and got him tree- Wben I went around to collect the bat ance of my tee he grinned Sorrytor Ye he said but ye see I war crazy when l give Yt the mart gage Ye lld p an so did the jury It ntnt no good ln taw an 0 courae I cant payout money on an lilegal doc iyrnirit and I am stone broke besides t saw he bail me wher the wool was short and you now see me on my- way back where all you have to do to prove a man Isnt guilty of murder Is lmtNew York World Digging Kauri Gum Kauri gum found underground In New Zealand and dug to the ftmotlnt- ot n million and a uisif yearly is used chle11y for furniture polishes and var niches and mdst offt Is exported fo AmerIca The Industry of digging It J6 unlike any other In the w rld A lcturi forest It beautiful sight but kauri gum country is treelesS barren and desolate even and swampy very often with singularly heavy clf1gg soil Out of which the rum formed on kauri pines of ancient and lnngvahhed forests dug or spear ed There tre whOle stretches ot this treeless kauri country with noWnr but a little scrub tern growing on it- 9tY1 f rougb for riding ti- gumfieldn are too extensive to be seen except riding and g native horse should be ridden accustomed to going without putting Its foot own any of the numerOus holes Some ot the gum diggers bout 3000 In aU are Manna pleasant friendly natives some ate British and a certain her are Dalnatnis nUI Proof of Love A candidate tohi this story at mass meeting where preceding aI ton had urged the audience to their piitriotism hy votitig for best man The hon yiooz of a newly married couple Vas about to end be said and the young asked her husband what she rldeI to provr she loved him with all hoart The husband replied You might turn over aU the tpolish letters have iCrttCT1 yoti so that I mbhtI have the satisfaction of destroingt- hem Neednt Keep Promise Little Jlniinya mother h4 toI him that Jht should fut him to bed It he rlThis nother started to fulfil her duty sobtJr anguish fllledtbe room But Jimmy saii the tI1OYf gentlY told you houW punish you tn this Wk It YOU dliC 43yed arid mother must keep her wOrd yoUI know Between mutned sobs Jimmy maw aLgtl1to SAY Yon nOdnt break your word mamniaJ couldnt you just change your mtndrPathftnder n VALLYtLUMrsW F Moran and tJS8 Imogene- Goatley visited at Ulf home of Mrr- Edd Kelly Tuesday las1 Mr and Mrs M Reedof RpriB 1d ndiiMrsMrs WF Moran was in Springfield Friday shopping W R Moran of Sprtn field vii idrhis parents at Elm Hill SatuidaV7aft Sunday 0- W E Brown has atout completed his tenant houe Mrs Palmer OoatleYleftTue3d fo visit to her son Howard In Tex e Mrs MaggieOffutc is thesick list lhe Misses Tatum visited MisrVir- ginia Foster in Springfield last week Miss Annie Jones closed her chool at this place Friday after a long ahd sue eessfulperbd She IS such anex el1nt teacher that the children were sorry school had closed A great deal of tobacco has beeq sold from this section during the past week MW Seay of Maud visited fel- tives at this place Friday f A Pars Prn liI From Rev Stubnvoll AUlsn la in praise of Dr Kings New Life Thepre such a beaks In every home thee pil s slould1be- If other kinds youve tnedin vauj UE DR KINGS r JIydonRobertson ti Weds at Ninety Frank F rbis the veteran art oan1tv mail carrIer who got in the lime tight through a publicatioi a fe weeks- ago on account of bemgJheoldeSf ai1tIk carrier m the country and for a pension was evidently growing tired of single bLessedness and ri few days ago was married to Mrs SaIHe Runt a widow of his sectIon of the lcOt tiy The bride IS 30 years old and the groom 90 The wdding was an event otua usual interest in the commuJltY ltd a large numb r of guests were present- to bid the couple Godspeed upon tile marItal joUrney The old carrier hu- beeu carrying the mail pouch between Munfordsviile KYJand Club Run so long that the memory of no man run neth to the contrary this is hissecond venture in the matrimonial game For bis became famous several years ago by making wooden teeth which he carved out of seasoned hiCkory USCIIES FREE COLUMN 1 w E lay Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale through bred Rhode Island Red pullets and cockerelttCQ cents each as long as they last Howard Masters Rt 3 has for sale 250 barrels of corn Mrs J L Martm Rt I has for sale S C Rhode Island Red Cockerels 100 each tMrs KatLitsev Rt3 has for sale S C H Leghorn and S pc Buff QrJ hin ton Cockerels 100each R L Brady Rt 3 has for sale15 or 20 tons of timothy hay Louis D Walket Rt 1 has forsaie 4 mule foot male Hogs Sam G Tucker Rt I has fo sale- pure bred Rhode Island red cockerdis 100 each IA Mrs Emmett Settle fit IhiLs for sald pure Silver Wyandott cockerels 100 each L A Burns City has for sale 400 bushels of Orchard Grass seed L60 per bushel Can at Qnee Mrs A B Walker Rt1 bas tor sale a few nice Bronze Gob rs3 50 each- C L Brady Rt 3 bas fore2OQ bushels of good orchard grass seed 2 00 per bushel About 100 Kentucky RIver wterrna- pie aha Ie trees for sale by T J Graves at 15e 2Oc and 25cr each Thorough bred pullefs 60 cents each Thoroughbred Leghorn roosters beautIes 75 cents I bronze turkeys reasonable in pRce for sale at W Rays Rt 3 Lebanon Ky MrS4 C N Willett Rt 2 hanr sale S G Brown Leghorns 100 each and 3OQIMiss Julia Parrott Rt 3 has for sale pure bred Bourbon Red Turk eVb 200 lor Hens 300 for Toms H A Grinstead City wishes to buy 2 tons Of good timothY hay Telephone sixty two 62 f Mrs J R Barber Rt 2 has for sale- Pure Bred Bronze GQbbn and Silver Lace Wyandotte Cockerels SOc each- Mrs H J Cocanougher Texas Xv- Ias for iptie S C white Ieghorn cocker ems 100 each Mrs CLMudd Rt 2 has ror sale thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys Alvah Perkins itt 3 has or sale 20 ushels of seed rye for 9Oc per bushel Mrs R H Lan fiord rt 4 has for sale S C B Leghorn roosters at The each Also a few of Mrs C L Brad s stock at 50c- Eisds Wltrs Tri4tlltSi To many wmtr IS a season of trau ble The frostbitten toes and fingers chapped hands and lipschilblains eoJd sores red and rough skins tatBut such troubles fly berore Bucklen ArnIca Salve A trial conymees Great est heater of Burns Bode Piles Sores Bruises Eczema and Sprains Only 2ic at Haydon I Robertsoi- tr Msf1el4 gui LN w