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II I I HL L r f I r U + i f I f t Jr11 I Jt Uat i H BIrIW j f DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY oeilA L t VOLUME Y SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 24 1909 HUMIEII6 TOBACCO MEETINGS sSiooof Burley Tobacco Socie ty Held Pooling The Crop Deferred Until June MetingS pWinchesterofthe Burley Toacco Society ttt there Tuesday and contrary to their Isual custom finished their work the first day The meetings were held in secret- and but little except routine businsw was transacted Most of the delegates reported thata very large crop will be set in their re 4 5spectWe counties but some expressed the opinion that the actual crop wille not be as large as is now anticipated While outrages are already being reported from some sections of the black belt where plant beds are baring sown with bluegrass seed there is no anticipation rf trouble anywhere in the Bur ley belt v and it is thought that every grower may raise as much as ne pleases l without molestation In VIew of the big crop expected and the unreliability off labor many expected the crop to be more or less neglected and with the re suit that the crop will be of poor qual ity r Thepledgeadoptedsome time ago will probably be modified to some extent but no steps in that direction were meetli1gJ that there shouldo be closer affiliation with thep rent Sovciety the American Society of and that closer practical relations I should be maintained between the two organizationspsome steps would be taken looking towards i J thE pooling of the crop of 1909 but it was felt that any statistics procured ifow would not be reliable and that I fhasthis matter was therefore deferred un tiT the next meeting which will be held here in June The campaign this year will not bea long one The growers thoroughly understand the question and when the Society is ready the matter will be put squarely to the grower with out the mass meetings and other educa tional features of the past campaign This will probably be done by the precinct orgapizatipns and through the county organizations the information will be given to the District Committee If a large per cent of the crop is not placed in the pool there wiH be no further attempt to control the sale as those who bore the burden of the last fight do not feel like making another when those who decline to enter the pool will gets much or more benefit than they do The American Tobacco Company is taking the tobacco it recentlypurchas ed as fast as it can be handled and is paying for it promptly There seems to be adispositioh among some of the independent firms to be dilatory about taking and paying for their purchases and some of them seem disposed to raise objections on a very small basis of facts Iff is eltthat all the money fqr the pooled crops of 1906 and 1907 will have been received and disbursed by the time for the next meeting and that everything will be out of the way for action on the new crop- Obituary r As the gentle breeze whistled through Jhe leafless boughs and the sun was sheding its beautiful rays over the earth the snowy curtains of heaven were lifted the golden gates pushed v open and through the shining portals of God a little angel glided in while we who were left behind in our earth ly homes found that a dear little loved one had fallen asleep in Jesus Teddy Miller youngest son of Mr and Mrs T J Miller born Oct 29 1902 died March 16 1909 age 6 years 4 months and 15 daYR None could claim a more beautiful sweet and gentle disposition than he All who knew Teddy loved him To mourn his departure he leaveS a kind and loving father and mother three brothers and two sisters a little sister haying preceded him to the Great Be Funeral services were conducted at byFatherby Father P F Hennessy of Spring field The remains were laid to rest in entlrelcominumfyBereaved family BS 1 t Lolumbia Editor Dead Columbia Ky March 22J S Stapp editor and publisher of the Columbia Spectator and one of Adair countys bestktown citizens died yes erday afternoonat 4 oclock aftersev eral weeks illness Mr Stapp had been in failing health for some time and some weeks ago he suffered a stroke of paralysisand had een unconscious most otthe time Mr tapp was prominent in political affairs in Adair county being a staunch Re ublican and a fearless worker in the of his party He was a prominent Mason The deceased leaves a wife and five children The luneral will be held at J10 oclock at his late residence neartapp Springs and burial ill be at the Providence church Mr Stapp was noted as a philanthro pist His last philanthropic act waq the endowment last week of a college to be established Dalhart Tex He endow d Russell Creek College at Campbells ville Kyt and built many churches He was editor of the Columbia Spectator and a man of great wealth GUN DISPUTE Engaged in By Nad Hardiq and Amos Trigg Both Color d Yesterday Morning Nad Hardin and Amos Trigg both wen known negroes loaded upon bad booze yesterday morning it is alleged nd proceeded to pass the compliments f the day in various and sundry but ery strenuous ways It is said that Trigg went to Nads domicile and engaged in an argument with Jad which ecame so warm that Amos finally ulled his gun Nad however got this JAmpscording to report and returned to avenge the insult offered and possiblytb re cover his weapon Nad let onebullet rom the latter go after the belligerent and he decided that that was all that he wanted and started for town double quick his nerves somewhat shaken but otherwise unhurt Both men were put under arrest but Nad was finally released on bond VALLEY HILL S T Hardms and sons Arthur arid Edgar of near Fredericksburg were in ourmJdflt Saturday on business Mesdames S H Bishop and T B Flaugher of Springfield visited friends here Wednesday Mr A B Walker sold a mule to John Brown last week Price unknown Mr E J Pinkston and son of Poor town visited relatives in this section Sunday Master Leo Hardy of Louisville visited his mother at this place the latter part of last week Miss Pearl Goatley was the guest of her cousin Miss Nancy Goatley at Cedar View last week Mr and Mrs M Reed visited rela tives near here Saturday Misses Pearl and Imogene Goatley were guests at Elm Hill Wednesday and Thursday jMr and MrsT C Tatum enter tamed several of their triends at flinch Friday evening in honor of their visitors Misses Alice and Margie Thompson of Highland Park Mr and Mrs J E Goatley attended church at New Hope Sunday Mr H M Grundy ahd Mrs J Y Mayes and sn Grundyof Springfield visited their parents Mr and Mrs Pal mer Grundy of this place Sunday Mr and Mrs Edward Goatley who have been voluntarily quarantined at their home at this place on account of their little sons Albert and Vivian hav ing scarlet lever are glad to report that the children are almost entirely well at this writmg TheIThe sowing of tobacco beds in this ection was completed last week and although somewhat late the prospects are favorable for an unusual acreage of the weed this season Should indica prevaiIinRegulate the acreage We regret to learn of the sudden change in Mr E L Davisons health andhope he will soon recover We are alsQ sorry that he was compelled to give up the editorship of the News Leader but wish the new management good luck v j bOoQIosoOSSQ ci Q THE ENDS e a Q The sun may be clouded yet ever the sun Will sweep on its course the cycle is run Q hurledAgain a Your path may be clouded uncertain your goal r e Move on for the orbit is fixed for your soul ea a ciTheYou were and you will be know this while you areS Your spirit has traveled both long and afar V e It came from the Source to the Source it returns V aea waveIt i W 0ae VAnd e From body to body your spirit speeds onigoneSeOn the loom of the mind with the fiber o thought a S As dew is drawn upward in ain to descend 1e0 Your thoughts drift away aid in destiny blend Qea Ia Somewhere on some plaaetr sometime and somehow iJe Your life will reflect thoughts of your now a The law is unerring no blood can atone Q The structure you rear you must live in alone spaceS And all that you ask for and all you desire v aeQ You are your own devil youlareyour own god You fashIoned the paths your footsteps have tr dQe And no one can save you trow error or sin eI I Until you shall hark to the spirit within 0 a Once list to that voice and all tumult is done Q Your life is the life of the Iiifinite One a 4 In the hurrying race you arejconscious of pause 0 With love forthe purpose the cause e 0 Ella Wheeler Wilcox 0e e O i feeeflae eo eoeoe Fe eOeaaeOeOeOeoeO L0Fa1INews II t Sues for Diyorce The following news item was taken from a Nashville paper Mrs Margaret Leachman Norman flIed a suit in the Chancery Court Wed nesdav against C H Norman to whom she was married at Springfield Ky in 1906 asking for divorce on the ground of cruel treatment The defendant is a commercial traveler and various in cidents at the hone on West End ave nue are relatedI Complainant says defendant took their child away from their anartments and declared she should neversee the child again and on one occasion abe was compelled to sit un all night Complainant asks for a divorce alimony and the custody of the child Mrs Norman is the daughter of Mr and Mrs W H Leachman of this county i Sunday School Institute Rev L PJ Learell of Oxtord Miss will hold an institute at the Baptist Church on next Saturday and Sunday On Friday night he wIn speak on Peoples Work At the close of his addre s tereoptioon viewy of the thrownllonThe service will commence at 930 Saturday morning and continue until noon The afternoon session will corn menc at 2 and close at 430 Sunday morning Mr Learell will speak on The Teachers Training On Sunday afternoon on The Teachers Meeting and on Sunday night on The Adult MovementMr is a Sunday School work ei rot national reputation and those in terested in Sunday School work cannot afford to miss hearing him All are most cordially invited to attend Opening On Friday and Saturday April 2 and 3 I will conduct my annual Spring Millinery Opening dnd will have on display for the inspection of the public the latest Spring Styles in Readyto Wear Trimmed and pattern Hats and many novelties used in the Millinery Line Complete lineJof Shirt Waists Eyerybody to attend MRS WILLIAMS A lard Mr and Mrs T J Millar extend their heartfelt gratitude to their Pro testant as well as their Catholic friends for their kindness and sympathy in their recent bereavement V NewsLeader Changes Hands cOIsummatedwhereby Jas R Noe and Jos A PoliniThe first edition under the new man pMrproprietor has had charge of the Newsp Iader about thirteen years vginedh purchased the NewsLeader he had bcen connected with several papers in Lcuisville and Pineville Mr Jas Rt Noe has devoted his eng tile life to the newspaper Poliri is a well known young attor makinghiThe NewsLeader will be run as a conservative Democratic paper IITh Sick Mrs W F Trusty who has been ill but who was able to be out last week is apam confined to her room Mr Lea Haydon has been confined to his home this week He is suffering from a heavy cold 1Mrs G a Duncan who wast anger ously sick last week is somewhatim proved Little Mary Barber the daughter of MrI John L Barber suffered quite a seveire attack of what appeared to be ptonjaine poisoning last week She is about well again however YoungCecil Mr Chester Cecil and Miss Stella Young Were married at Lawrence Ind the l home of the bnde the 17th day of this month Mr Cecil is well known in this cQunty He is the son of Mix Jim Cecil of Fredericktown and made his home at that place prior to two years ago when he joined the U S Army Mr qecilis now stationed at Fort Bet LEaster Sale Theladies of the Methodist Chnrch will conduct an Easter Sale at the Court House on Saturday April 10 They will have for the public everything good to eat such as dressed chickens hams cakes etc in fct every thing in the eating line They will receive orders for anything you may want from now until the day of the sale Leave all orders with Miss Minnie McClelland at Mrs Williams Millinery StoreC 1 t Etly Acquitted Courier urnal John B Etly twice tried for the alleged murder of his wife imprisonmenton down on the sidewalk last evening by the jury in tie Criminal Court where the case has been ontrial sinceMonday The jury to agree onitsverdict acquit ting the prisoner consumed fortyfive minutes one minute less than was re quired by the jury of last year when a verdict sentencing him to jail for life was returned When John B Etly left the court room last evening by the front door tie ffirstwhen he was taken into custody bn the charge 01 murder When the verdict of acquittal was brought in and read one of the wildest scenes ever seen m that courtroom took place Such a demonstration is asserted never wasIwitnessed there The room was well filledit has been crowded for three daysand all the officers of thE- court from J ttounable to stop the cheering The men surged up to Etly who was dissolved in tears and literally borehim out of the courtroom and sat him down on the sidewalk For some time after they had reached the outside of the courtroom the crowd continued its dem onstration and it was some minutes before Etly accompanied by his brother D J Etly of Pittsburg and J D Up ton uncle by marriage could getaway to themselves They were followed lor some distance as they made their way toward the jail which they did not en ter passing by on Center street the structure where Etly has been confined for over two years Good Show The comedy The Cry Baby was presented to a fair sized and certainly very appreciatiyeauaienee4at theYOpera House Friday The play in itself is bright with quite a good deal of humor and some pathos It shows the drawing room of Eastern society and depicts the life of the Western plains but is pleasing throughout The company as a whole was good each member properly interpreting and faithfully rendering his part The leading man Mr G Guy however is the leader in act as well as in name His facial ex ression is somethilng fine while his ocal expression is thoroughly harmonious with the facial and both are what the play requires Those who go to see the Cry Bab3o will pass a pleasant evening ard see a ood show and incidentally he4r some good singing Tax Collector Sued Enquirer On Monday of this week in the Taylor Circuit Clerksoffice was filed by the Administrator of the late D So Wade against H N Beauchampt as Special Tax Collector for Taylor- County for 1908 and against his bonds men a West Virginia Bonding Com pany asking that the same H N Beauchamp and his bondsmen pay over to the estate of the late D S Wade that amount due on the 20 cent levyI made by the Taylor Fiscal Court at its April term 1908 for the purpose of a part payment on the judgment against Taylor Countyin favor of the Bank of Columbia This judgment was paid to the Bank of Columbia by D S Wades estate and was thereupon transferred by theI Bank of Columbia to Wades estate and it is upon the aforesaid judgment that this suit is based Republican Convention Next Saturday the Republicans of the four unties of this the Eleventh judicial district will hold their countY conventions to name delegates to the district convention to be held in Leba J anon March 31 The object of the latter conventionis to nominate candidates for the offices of Circuit Judge and Prosecuting Attorney The Democrats have already nominated Judge I H Thurman to succeed himself as Judge and Hon Clem S Hill to succeed Hon R L Durham as Commonwealths Attorney Go With A Rush The demand for that wonderful Stom KmgsNRolertson say they never saw the- ltke Its because they never fail to cure Sour Stomach Constipation IndiI gestion Biliousness Jaundice Sick Heada heChills and Malaria Only 5c 1 i1 rlCOURT PROCEEDINdsf t News From the CircuitCourttM County Court and the Po lice Court Last Friday at a specialsession of the Washington Circuit Court the caN of BohpH Lucas vs J G Howell etcwas tried The suit was in equity ud was to enforce a lien of the plaintiff or the board and handling of two bar- ess belonging to the defendant JG r Howell To the plaintiffs petition theIdefendant answered cross petitioned and counter claImed The tral eon aumed a day and resulted m a judg ment for the plaintiff for 215 and for H Thurman for his mortga1ie of 125 An order for the l leotttieh l ses to satisfy the judgment Was en teredJudg CT Atkinson of Bards own tried the case Last Saturday in the police court Tom Ray coloredwu tradjVon the charge of selling whiekey in local op non territory The chief pro cutingSwitness was Frank Leachman a negro boy who swore that on Saturday morn ing Glel Mickens another neo gave him a quarter with which to purchjM I some whjskey and that begptitfroa Tom Of course he was contradicti by the defendant but Jtoegury took the view that he was guilty and gave him 60 fine and tnmmihgs Monday was County Court day and Judge Litsey held his monthly term of the County Court The moat import ant business transacted was thepiobat ing of the wills of the late John Simp son and the late Peter SHehan two of the best known cpzensof Washington c uptYrhQ 4the last month V V t J PLEASANT GROVE Miss Sue Sweeney who has Lei spending a few days with Mise Mabel and Nannie Thompson has returned to Louisville Dr and Mrs J H Hopper were m Perry ville and Danville Tuesday and t WednesdaySMiss Frances Litsey is at home aftexr a visit to her sister Mrs Ciaybrookej of SpringfieldS Dr and Mrs M W Hyatt and eons p t Springfied spent last Thursday with 1 Mrs Hyatts parents Mr and Mrs X RDurrettnMiss Mable Price is visiting Miss La viriia OConnpri Mrs J Durrett and Miss EKse Durrett spent Sunday in SpringfieldSMrs Kate Martin of Louisville and Mr W J Martin of New York are at the home of Mr and Mrs Ji Marin Miss Jennie Leachman of Spring field spent a few days with the Misses Thompson recently t tr Miss Ellen Gregory is visiting in Lour isyille r Mrs Garland Thompson and children of Louisville are visiting relatiyeshereSThe Misses Thompson entertainedin honor of their visitors Misses Sweeney and Leachman Tuesday evening Misses Emma and Mattie Aiams of Harrodsburg and Mr Edgar Wilsoni of the Pleasant Run neighborhoodS tended the Misses Thompsons party Tuesday evening tlARDISTYtF j As we have been absent from the1 columns of The Sun for sometime we will try and jot down a few items Mr S P Chesser was in towaoa business Saturday Massrs Russell Hardin and JoeGraci 0were in Wilhsburg Sunday aiternobnA Mr Charlie Trent spent Saturday night and Sunday V thMlP te Shrhan Mrs S G Hardesty spent StturdayI with the family of Mr H T Scott We are glad to report Mr and Mrs Scott much better Miss Ollie Gray is in the city at presV ent purchasing her millinery stock hwill be at Polin again this seLlOnl MrC P Ooatley and wife apeJit- Sunday last with the famjily iKt1j H Gray Ii t s Mr Russell Hardin purohiiid a iitwl 1 buggy of McClure May iStttrdT Price paid 110 The farmers of this communiigr1 k advantage of tHe fair w thr tiat week and finish4biIrth 1I1rt irplanfc beds r c 2 J r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY MARCH 24 1909 4 S1 f nlI1II rutIUtIIIIIIJIIIJUElIIlliIIIIIIJljllllllillJInJtIllilUUim lnJi It I 7 Notice i t 11 = To Stockmen of Washington and adjoining Ii counties zt =4 i3 I Recf ifrcf Stock Farm I pr better known as the Jim McElroy farm onehalf imile from Fair B 1h Ground on Bardstown pike = 1 I hadfa Every one is registered and have the papers on them Why 1 shouldnt you all patronize them It is for your good we have the best We offer this season the following wellknown stock J I RED BIRD I IThe great Saddle Horse as great a breeder in the State Will be ii limited to 25 mares positively nd more under any circumstances All m I having good mares and want to breed to Red Bird book them at once = We are going to stand him at 3Q TO INSURE A LIVING COLT TO II STAND UP AND SUCK You may think that high but it is ndt be Ipause you who have good mares stand so much better chance that will do away with common mares Mr Pembleton of Elizabethtown the i I best saddle horse judge lin the state told me last fall that Red Bird was = j the best breeder in his knowledge said he would soon have a colt by him IIihe has IS 30 price colts to sell ItoJjj 53 MOKO PEARL i = r t =BY MOKO t H 2 ii IThegreat Trotting Horse has a mark of 228J and has been a mile IP f Wit 1 a beautiful hay 2whItefeetbehmd and a star He is 16 hands ii highit N II flouncing CanoughtImpgrtedEnglish Hackney a beautiful chestnut sorrel 3 white feet iand a snIP as 1ipactor as your ever looked upon goes high and = Afast Season 20 sure and see him he is a greathorse U NELONil i= S I i JlhrlportedGerman Coach 16 hands high weighs about 1400 poundsI I with good action and steps good ust the kind for farEn mares and jy I SiLiseE1 1 7 1 VI i allknow N t best color on earth several of his cplts last faltselUn from l15 to 150 II 297 50 g f ISTONEWALL- i11 I ifWe1 Shelby Tuck it is needless for me to try to tell you anything about him yI for you know him as well as I do You have heard of Che S100 mules B sold by him v Irtime comes mule men of other counties as well I as our own flock to old Washington tor good mules Jacks will stand at 8 for horse mules 10 for mare mules 10 for jennetts Stonewall is 1 quite a good jennett Jack I will be glad to show you our stock anytime H I you come and will be glad to have you Bills will be out by April 1st ij = IScrease year 1 j t fL D BARER I IIHhII ImDHnmillllllm t SYCAMORE VALLEY d The spring school which is being vtaught by Miss Margie Bonta is progressing nicely with good attendance Rev A C Pinkston filled his regular C appointment at Hillsboro Sunday He lf2lso organized a Sunday School to begin 5 the first Sunday in April Mrs Hanby is on the sick list at this writing irJ p Sutherland sold a mare to J H 80s bought a horse from I 1ianford White Tom Settles bought a horse from his rather J H Settles for 75 Settles sold his farm to Dr Smock for 800 J Little Miss Icie T Cammack has re r i staywithhersister 4i i Tom Settles spent Saturday with his water Mary Settles at Reeds bill Born to the wife of Lee Settles a J girl i Mr and Mrs W C Cammack of Sparrow spent several days last week with their daughter Mrs J D Suth t gland- Mr and Mrs Sweeney of Mackvill r spent last Monday with their daughter lrWill BowlesI Mrs E F Sails was the guest of Mesdames J D Sutherland and WC v Cnmijiack ast Tuesday 4 MrsrL M Clark is on the sick list V Mrs J M Shields and son Ernest apent Saturday and Sunday with her daughter Mrs Tolly Griffy at Fair iew Mr and Mrs B H Mcllvoy and two ions Raymond and Robert were the iisuests of Mr and Mrs J D Suther viand Sunday Ormsby Shewmaker still continues t t uie guest of his aunt Mrs J S Inman Jrs Tom Prather is on the sick list at this writing t Nellie Mcllvoy spent Sunday with Mallie Shields v l9arrners are very busy preparing for Jrlarge crop of tobacco Several from here attended county c urt Monday- Mostif of the farmers are having bad irlIcl with their sheep and lambs e The Sun and CourierJournal aLGa i The Springfield Sun LOO per year c i L5 Marion County Falcon Mr J Perry Mills seventy years of age died at his home in Leba non after along ijlness ojf diabetes yes terday morning at nine oclock Mrs Daisy Burnside Hoffman wife of Mr A G Hoffman avaluedem- ploye of the Courier Journai and a sister of Mrs Richard S Putnam of this city died at her home in Louisville Monday of heart failure after a short illness The trial of Rob rt Green for assault ing Walter Parr tt near St Marys some weeks sinc j was tried before allllarggument of the a torneys Green was dismissed as the evidence introduced was not sufficienti to justify a convic tion Detective J A Thompson arrested ThompIsDn Monday ky in Lebanon Thecases arc set fort While descending the stairs at his home on Proctor Knott Avenue Dr R T Hodgen in some way lost his balance and fell to the bottom of the stairway Fortunately no bones were broken though he was badly bruised We are pleased to report that he will be able to be out in a few days Night On Bald Mountain On a lomly night Alex Bentonof Fort Edwar1 N Yclimbed Bald Mountain to the home of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bopt on curing him with Dr Kings NeIDiscovcry that had cured himself asthma This won aerful medicine soon relieved and quick ly cured his neighbor Later it cured his Sons of a severe lung trouble Mil lions believe it the greatest Throat and Lung cure on Earth Coughs Colds Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs HayFeverand 100 Trial bottle tree Guaran teed bYHayd l Robertson GERMGATHERERS IN GOTHAM kecFItsresults have been tested bacteriologically Plates similar to those used in the laboratory for making bacteriacultures were exposed in the streets in differ ent localities and the number of bacteriacolonies which developed on them during exposure at particular spots before and after the streets had beer cleaned gave a ready if scientifically rough idea of the effectiveness of the apparatus Thus in Fifth avenue between Seventh and Eighth streets a plate exposed on a windy day before the street was cleaned gave 320 separate colonies of bacteria These were not necessarily of a harmful nature After attheTO CHECK TYPHOID VACCINATION TO BE TRIED IN ARMY CAMPS Military Authorities Decide That Amer ican Troops Can Be Immune and Seek Volunteers for Treatment Washington Immunization against typhoid in army camps by vaccination is to be undertaken by the military authoritiesThe matter is to be frankly put before the army and individuals are to be invited to volunteer foVvac cination No soldier or officer will be compelled to submit to antityphoid vaccination against hi will but an effort will be made by lectures and ex amples to show the soldier the advan tage of availing himself of such a sim pIe and easy way of escaping one of the worst and inost dreaded of army Camp diseases These measures are to be taken as a result of the recom mendations of the board of eminent physicians appointed to consider measures for preventing typhoid fever In army camps It was named at the Instance of Brig Gen Robert M OReilly then surgeon general of the army and included in Its membership were Drs Victor C Vaughan of Ann Arbor William T Councilman of Bos ton John H Musser or Philadelphia Alexander Lambert of New York Simon Flexner of New York and Wil liam S Thayer of Baltimore Asummary of the boards onclusions were made public recently This points out the wellknown fact that both during the civil and the Spanish American wars typhoid fever prevailed to a great extent among the troops especially among the younger men In regiments recently recruited Old sol diers were not often affected and as regiments learned how to take care of themselves the disease tended to dl minish In times of peace when the army Is stationed at Its various garrison posts throughout the country the re port says there is less than half as much typhoid among soldiers as Is found among that part of the civil pop ulation of military age But unfortunately the moment the troops go into camps and large numbers of new and untrained men are recruited and mobilized the conditions change for the worse It has long been recognized says the report that a person who has once had the typhoid is practically In juried against a second attack and the m dlcal profession has now found In an Ityphold vaccination a simple and harmless way of artificially inducing ali ost this same amount of protec the last few years 15000 jnen uOfIn treated in this way with ex and without a single un result Texas Deals Slow to Elopers Austin TexA blow was dealt to Teas elopers by the state legislature wh jn the house recently passed a bill Introduced by Representative R L Ga le requiring all parties contemplat ing matrimony to give ten days no tic that they Ihtend to apply for a ma rlage license r Danish Proverb fool only wins the first gamer t ADDS TO HEARERS BY ADS Pastor of Georgia Church Uses Press to Good Advantage Gainesville GaRev T M Elliott pastor last year of the Methodist church at Villa Rica and formerly a member of the staff of Constitution newsgatherers has begun his year ol pastorate of St Pauls church in Gainesville in a unique campaign of advertising Rev C P Machman and Mr Elliott exchanged charges for 1909 Under Mr Machman the church moved Its location from West Myrtle street to the heart of the town buy jng the former Presbyterian church site and building The new First Meth odist church has been Completed In Green street and the congregation has moved from the old quarters There was no church of this denomination in the part of the city now served by St Pauls which has taken on new life and Increased enthusiasm Mr Elliott has covered the town with dodgers advertising the St Pauls location services and other data con corning the work of the new year he has utilized the local press for a quar ter page advertisement of 81 Pauls and Is altogether proving himself such an enterprising wideawake worker along up td date but hitherto unemployed lines that St Pauls Is attracting more attention than ever and ob taming larger congregations than have ever been known in the history of the church TWO DOLLARS IN BIRD NEST Ohio Man Thinks Bill One He dropped In MichiganI Saglnaw MicliWhlle doing repair work at the plant of a cold storage nnd produce company a workingman found the remnants ofa 2 bill lining the nest of a sparrow TUe bill or what was left of It was taken to the bank and redeenied PW Hunslcker of Akron 0 read of the find and wrote It amused me when read the artI- cle for it recalled to my mind the losing of a 2 bill on Easter Sunday last year while In Saginaw at church Unless sonie one can say that he gave the bird a2 bill with which to line her neptJ shall always think she used my 2bU1 Hen Is Champion Layer New York Mrs George W Apple gate has an industrious and remunerfa tlve hen Since December 3 this ben has laid 130 eggs Although she has beaten all records at laying eggs she is modest and retiring and so far from boasting that she emitted not even a cackle Mrs Applegate was astonished to find 12 eggs In the hens nest the other day at sundown Gasp ing she stared at the hen The hen with a suspicion of a smile looked at Mrs Applegate as if saying Im rather fruitful eh No nervous collapse threatened the hen She preserved her mental poise and attending to business strictly laid seven more eggs during the night She kept up the continuous performance all the next day 12 eggs were the outcome The hen now appears to be In a good healthy condition but there Is a drooping air about her which seems to indicate that she Is disappointed at not having been able to lay any more eggs since SeventhStreet Station Burns byl CourierJournal Fire caused crossed wires in the attic resulted in a loss of 50000 to thaSeventhstreet station Seventh anffSWater streets yesterday afternoon and for a time threatened to destroy the structure The flames spread with remarkable rapidity and employes had great diffi culty in making their escape Women waitipg for the arrival of the New Or leans special fainted and had to becar ned from the building while G T Roach chief clerk to Superintendent A AEgan was forced to jump frbm a window and sustained dangerous injuries J H Smithson of New Orleans was the first oerson to discover the fire and immediately rushed into the depot arid warned the employes Patrolman J Price shortly afterward saw flames issuing from the attic as he was making a post at Seventh and Main streets He rushed to Sixth and Main streets and sounded an alaim from Fatal 48 When the No 2 and No 5 engine corn panies arrived on the scene the entire building was ablaze Shortly after Patrolman Price had sounded an alarm from Box 48a telephone message was sent to the tower and a general alarm was sounded Fifteen minutes after the arrival ot Acting Chief Frank Hager a fourth alarm was sounded taking every engine company in the city with the exception of tne No 16 and No 17 companies to the scene When Acting Chief Hager arrived the flames had spread to the second floor and the entire building appeared doomed to destruction- 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be- leasl1joneable to cure in all its stages and that isI Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitu tional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood ystemthereby strengthbynature The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testi monials Address F J CHENEY COTaledo 0- Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation FINE FARMt ForSaleWe Federicktown Ky Washington county FARM CONSISTS OF 4OO Acres175 ACRES FINE BOTTOM LAND ALAN E UPLAND WITH PLENTY OF VIRGIN SOIL AND TIMBER f All of the bottom land and most all of the upland grows fine tobacco Improvements are Modern Brick of ten rooms 3 good tenant houses tobacco necesSarybuildings partswithsession of two houses and oriehaipr more of the land can be given now and another contracts will be turned ver to purchasers Call on or address Mrs M L or Purl Connor- FredericktoVhI Ky IF YOU WANT IHEBSST FLOUR JASK YOUR GROCER FOB tpride of Washington oriSpringfields Cholci elf t MANUFACTURED BY J W JARBOE CO Highest market price paid for WHEAT CLUBBING RATES WITH t LOUISVILLI DAILIES 1 The Sun and The Louisville 50TheJournal except r6i4Q Same including Sunday8 20 The and the daily Courier Journal any three days i- ntheweek7 r dailyCourierJournal days in the week si- xmonths2 9t The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJaurnal one Year i 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe EveningPoet Jt FOR A LIMITED TIME YOU CAN GET Louisville TimesFU Regular Price 500 a year 1 t AND THE p Springfield Sun 1I Both One Yar ir FOR 3 50The 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S l i i 1 A I Z- i all t v I 14 LIKE CATTLE Human Beings Are Sold at Auk t Scene in New York Many of the newspapers of America r at least those who did not deliberately suppress itprinted in recent issues the following Associated Press dis patch sent from New York City The reading of it should bring the blush of name to the faces of alt justiceloving freeborn Americans Last fall we were told that if Wm J Bryan was elected president the laboring man would starve forthwith on account of a lack of confidence When Mr Taft was elected it was announced that confi defice had been restored Confidence lost and restored under a Republican administration mind youNow comes tins object lesson of conditions prevail ing among workingmen after the elecI i In Old Age How Old People May Retain or Restore Good Health Usually the bowels are not so active in middle or advanced years as in youth Just as the eyes grow dim the skin rankled the hair gray the muscles flab by so do the internal organs show their if we could but see them- However we sometimes find a person whose age is near the meted threescore petite goqd and his bowels regular and upon close questioning you will find a lifes history of rightliving good food keen appetite perfect digestion and regular owel action- Regular bowels and proper digestion of the food we eat Is absolutely necessary to the enjoyment of good health by old or young It the readers of this article are Interested we are glad to tell them how they can restore good health and prolong their lives Step into a drug store and purchase a bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It will cleanse the bowels of any waste mat ter that hits clogged them up and restore to them strength and nerve tor efor regular natural dally action It aids di by stimulating the stomach and I digestive glands to a proper and sum clent secretion of the fluids necessary tot perfect digestion It acts on the liver and kidneys in a mild quiet yet effective manner Rev A J Fletcher of Rutherford 1e nis80 years old and it cured himfof 60 years of dyspepsia W W Sterling Sioux City In says Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin is the best medicine I ever used and I am 88 years old B T Thompson Shenandoah la says I suffered 15 years with dyspepsia arid It cured me It is certain and effective in the most obstinate ojd cases and yet mild and safe for the most delicate woman or child All druggists sell it at 59c and 100 per bottle Pepsin Syrup Co 304 Cald well TBldg MonticelloIlL is glad to send a ijtee sampleto any one who has never tisedit and will give it a fair trial For alby The Red Cross Drug Story r AT 4 tion of Mr Taft and the restoration of confidence Read it It may not do your heart good but it will probably set you to thinking An auction of white men the other night was the spectacle that drew thou sands of persons to the Parkview Presbyterian church in Flatbush The action was in reality an object lesson of the conditions prevailing among work ing people and served to get jobs for a number of men ReYjJohnwhich he outlined the pitiable conditions of many a man who was willing to work but unable to secure a position Outside the church a crowd of 3000 personsclamored and struggled to get into the already crowded house of wor shipMr Long introduced Edward T OLaughlin who was to conduct the auction OLaughlin outlined his plan to which the men he would present had agreed This wag to offer them as it were on the block to the person who would give them a job through which they could earn subsistence and a few dollars beside if possible The money end however was an after consideration as the men who had come io him wanted food and shelter principally Mr OLaughlin then Iqd on to the platform 50 men young and old all mire or less shabbily garbed and dis playing in their ways the pinch of war All ot theme wore black masks so as to conceal their identity to all but pur chasers Each man was numbered as they were put on the block No 10 was the first man presented He was d scribed as an iron worker and molder long out of work and in want and willing to work at anything Several men in the audience walked to the platform and as in slavery days critically surveyed the subject One man went so far as to feel of the mans limbs and muscles It was finally announced that the man had been sold tow F Cqpeland Owho would give him employment in an industrial association in New York The terms werenot an nounced V No 21 was the next up He was described as a man who lead taken part in the Boer war and who had seen service in the United States army in the Philippines He was an electrician by trade No 21 went to a Flatbush family the name of which was withheld by re queRtIt was announced that the family would give him 55 a month and board No23r a painter j went to a New ark N J manwho promised him 10 a week while N14 a gray haired man was taken away by a young man who said he would give him a home and work at once Thus six men in all were disposed of when as the hour was waxing late the spectators many of whom keenly J t 350lEVENING LOUISVILLE HERALD 325 CourierJournal 150I Herald k 150l J i II Visiting Cards Wedding Invitations Reception vita1ionsI Ete Etc For i the Sun is prepared to take your order for Visiting fCards Invitations of all kinds Etc in fact anything youI may want in the printed line Will print or Engrave best of work Guaranteed Come to see uS Satisfaction Moderate Prices We also make a specialty of Engraved Letter Heads En velopes The H felt the scenes they had witnessed formed themselves into a committee took charge of the remaining 44 men and promised to find homes and jobs for them Mr Long and several others than a dressed the people outside the church tilling what had been done and asking aid for the many unemployed in Greater NeW York John D Rockefeller who had been invited to be present sent a telegram r grettJng his inability to attend The Springfield Sun 100 per year The Sun aId CourierJournal 150 OLD MED4C EEDS Notice Raisers Now is the time of t ic year to feed your fowls a good tone R41144 cures Cholera Gapes RQ p Canker and Llmberneck When fed as apreventive Haydon Robertson Drug Store Ask for on of poultry Try Kentucky Star Flour So good I GOLD FIELD THE KIND Are a safe proposition for us because we can buy them under a guarantee that any shipment found to be fisatis factory can Ije returned at the shippers expense That means no chance of oiir having poor seeds in stock Doesnt that make GOLD MEDAL SEEDS a pretty good proposition for you JM Trent Ky t rk l hi Ip t J t t fa i t t f 1L 1 ti ii A + I t7 r1d4r o r t1Jz 1 l t I i n4 Ordersto THE SUN I 1 Daysr + Stomach Muscles sprightlyi Weekly Engraving Cards- Mourning iAnythmgYouCali Thei GuaranteedI EtcI Springfield Sun Poultry butIJrossI MEDAL SEEDSI SUREGROWING Willisburg MKyjar SPRINGFIELD Hji Taylor County Sentinel Dix King is the name of a new firm in the brickwork line in this city Mr King is from Springfield and is an experienced workman His partner Mr Thomas Dix is an old residenter and needs no introduction to Taylor county citizens This new firm has tbe contract for building the new business house on Main street for DrO R Reesor A Judge John B Love one of the best known citizens of the county died fit his home in this county last Friday n htjn what is known as the Bear Tracks ction His remains were in terred at Palestine last Saturday after noon Mr Love or Judge as he was familiarly known was a good and hon est citizen and one that the editor of this paper always admired t Last Wednesday afternoon at about 180 oclock Mr Frank W Cox son of Mrand Mrs Charles T Cox died at his home on Lebanon Avenue after great sufferinc from a spinal affliction of several years standing The funeral service was held at the Methodist church yesterday afternoon and the in t anent was at Brookside cemetery John Edwards of color was arrested lastf Tuesday afternoon by Chief of Po lice Robert Hord charged with selling liquor in a local option county Wednesday he was triedin the Police Court and fined 100 and cost by that venera1 ble dispenser of justice Judge J H WIlliams Workmen on the new Court House are very busy putting in the steel ceil ing to keep the English sparrows from eating the Judges officers and lawyers up The new ceiling will look fine when completed A Hurry Up Call Quick Mr Drug istQuick1A box of Bucklens Arnica Salve Heres a quarterFor the love of Moses hurry I Babys burned himself terribly John nie cut his foot with the axeMamies scaldedPa cantwalk from piles Bil lie has boils and my corns ache She got it and soon cured all the family Its the greatest healer on earth Sold by Haydon Robertson si Shouted For Joyj Broadhurst Ky March 12Greats excitement was occasioned in the little Methodist church here today when Mrs Elizabeth Sowders an invalid who had not Balked a step for 80 years jumped from her carriage during the Sermon and began talking glibly and shouting with much jpy as a result of her instant recovery r i Rats a A captain onfcn ocean liner tel1s the following story Coming front tke oil country was a very nervous old lady who complained that she was aursv there was a rat In her stateroomrKeep lt there madam said fbm captain IJBut do you like rats asked she Ive got a nest in cabin re torted the brusque eam81il and Xi never disturb them When they leava the ship I doJ Why you must be superstitious I urged the dame No maam wound up thecaPtailyIm not but theratsiare- Ring r J f In Offertory After having taken the collection IB the Cullompton Eng parish church r the church warden noticed a gentri mans gold ring in the offertory box At the conclusion of the service tJ6 vicar announced that a gold ring h beeneltheraaccidentally roppedintt1 tthe box or given as a and would be restored to its owner v ppt in by mistake N one claimeij the ring i 0 The SUP and CouriarJo rnaL S The Springfield Sun LOOper Jerg i SIe t i JSleep is nature sre r building period when ther energy used by the brains muscles and organs is rep newed If you lose sleep your systeni is robbed 6t- the strength sleep should give Continued loss of i r sleep multiplies this loss until you become a physf loicali Nervine quiets the irri tated nerves arid brings refreshing invigorating sleep Nervine contains no opiates and therefor leaves no bad aftereffectsF- or I over two years 1 suffered un told agonies my friends thought twas going crazy r could sot sleep f nor rest at all I tried different doc x l Myheadlike one drunk could not concentrate my mind and was so anA worried that sleep was out 01 tMquestion After taking one bottle of Dr Miles Nervlne I felt Wonder tom chngedSI am now on piy third bot am galaing all the aims C ican lie down and sleep like ft ttflt D and am able to do my work MRS MAY SCOTT English 3nC s Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nirv Inei and vre authorize hl te return price of first bottle only If It falM to benefit you Miles Medical Cot Elkhart Ind 1 It ii6 l gCj Sr rt t t It J f1RCH24dTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY oQ 1 I SCRIMPED SUN Ism EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR t i In Advance H L SMITH Editor and Publisher tr filtered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through ther as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION OMYear A fl0d Months e 50 ftrMonths t To Messrs jas R Noe and Jos W thetNewsLeader The Sun extends the tight hand of fellowship Mr Noe V who has spent his life in a newspaper i ice knows that a country editor has- many aggravations To Mr Polin who adjust entering journalism We will say that in the profession there is also much of consolation The proprietors are both capable and energetic young men I and we wish for their paper the same success it has enJoyQd under the cap able editorship of Col E L Davison V SHARPSVILLE Mrs T G Dennis and daughter Anna visited Mr and Mrs Gordon JDrjry Wednesday l N Mr and Mrs T D Graham were in JIarrbdsburg on business Thursday A large crowd attended the social friYenat the home of Mr Willie Philips Tuesday night Among those present t wire Misses Lizzie Barnette Oma Phillips Hattie Yeager Nora Satterly Mary Robinson Messrs Frank Bowen Wade Grit ton Neal Satterly Deep and Willie Satterly Vilas Graham Roscoe harleyBarnettea nice time Miss Anna Dennis visited Miss Lizzie Mae Graham Thursday night Mr and Mrs John Brown and dough ter Birdie of this place and Mr arid hrs Tom Brown of Fairyiew visited Mr and Mrs David Dorsey Wednesday Mr Oscar Brown and wife of Kirk dMr and Mrs Tom Pinkstori and CardYwell Mr and spentSundayof Tablow Democratic Ticket CiRcyiTJ JUDGE I H Thufman COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY C S Hill of Marion County COUNTY JUDGEB L Litsey COUNTY CLERKW F Book r CIRCUIT CLERK Robt Noei COUNTY ATTORNEYT ScottMayesI SHERIFFS J Anderson SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT W Bush JAIIJERGeo D Catlett ASSESSOR W T Mitchell SURVEYOR Wm G Roberts Sun and Times 350 HAPPY HOLLOW Mr John Crow and family Messrs Gilbert Chesher Berry John Beavers and Fitch Godby dmedat the home of Mr Solomon Rev and Mrs A C Pinkstonspent Sunday with the family of My John Armstr ingFf Mrs J M Shields and son Ernest spent Saturday and with Mr- FairviewTolly Griffy and family of Mrs Bellzona Hanby is no better at this writing IMrs Solomon Kays and two children iss Myrtle Armstrong were in Poortown Saturday The farmers f re busy plowing and burning tobacco bods in this community iMr John Grow spent Sunday night with the family of Mr Hence Scitt of near Polin 1Miss Nellie Me Ilvoy spent Sunday with Miss Mallie Shields of this place Mr Arvm Coulter spent Sunday with his uncle Mr Samuel Coulter of this placeMr Erastus Perkins and wife spent Sunday and Monday with her father Mr John Armstrong and family Mrs John Armstrong and daughter Myrtle spent last Tuesday with the family of Mr L M Clark Mrs C W Stallings and two chil dren spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs- HelIzona Hanby who is very sick at ibis writing here was a good crowd out Sunday to hear Bro Pinkston There will be preaching at the church the first Sun day in April There will be Sunday School every Sunday beginning the first Sunday in April Mr T W Bailey wife and little son John Henry spent from Friday until Monday with friends and relatives at Texas I LAWN MOWER I HEADQUARTERS If you want the best LAWN MOWER on earth go to Hatchett and Andersons They now have a large stock of Whitman Barns lawn mowers A V Strictly High Grade Machine J with the best quality steel ball cups and cones perfectly ground and dust proof If you need a lawn mower be sure to get our prices be forevbuying We also have a nice line of lawn edgers sections and rivets for any mowing machine made and have bought them in a way as to sell cheap Cycle Grinders Cheap if Garden olsIOf All Kinds Garden Plows Rakes Hoes Spades Shovels Etc in fact anything you may need to raise a garden Come v in and let us show you and get prices i SPECIAL SERVICE GIVEN TO PLUMBING AND TINNING Hatchett Anderson Springfield Kentucky I i gA KwCARDWE 1- Mrs Mattie Riley visited at E T Perkins Sunday night The farmers are about through sow ing tneir tobacco beds Born to the wife of Roscoe Royalty March 19th a fine girl W L Graham sold to Sam Randall a fine jack for 600 W L Graham and fe T Perkins were in Lawrenceburg on business last weekMrs John Reynolds of Willisburg will open a millinery store at Tablow the first of the month E G Holiday sold to Harve Robinson a saddle mare for 125 W L Graham sold to Richard Riley a 5yearold jack pi ice 300 He also sold to John Anderson two yearling horse colts for 75 each E G Holiday and J A Ryler bought of J I Pinrcston seven mulch cows for 250 and sold one to Will Vqrhies for 40 W L Graham bought of Anderson Graham a brown horse for 250 Graham Perkins sold to E B Hen dren one work horse tor Silo Also one 6yearold mare for 165 to Wm Reed of Woodford county A Vorhies sold to Elvin Royalty 38 yearlmi sheep for 5 per head W L Graham bought of E G Holiday two heifers for 50 J I Pinkston bought of different parties 65 hogs at 4Jc Brown Kyler sold to Will Perkins one 1yearold horse for X110 Also one horse to Harve Robinson for 125 Graham Perkins havebQughtsev- eral horses ranging in prices from 100 to 165 eachf GASBJJRG Seyeral from ere attended County Court in Springfield Monday Miss Lettie Brawn of Nelsonville is the guest of her uncle Mr C S SmockMr Harry Young of Springfield visited his brother Mr Louis Young Sat urday and Sunday A spn arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Richard Fihatreau on last Thurs Jay Mr Will Smith has returned home from i yisit to relatives in Louisville Mr John Dowling left one day last weekor Martinsyflle Ind Mr Sam Nally and son of Fredericks town isited relatives in this section last Sl nday Mis Annie Fields returned to her home t Bhncoe after a weeks stay with h jr sister Mrs Alma Hayes We are sorry to report that Mrs Annie Wright is still on the sick list Mr Tom Nally Jr purchased from Mr Jon Mattinglv a three year cld horse Price unknown Mrs Russell Corbett and little child ren of near St Catherine are visiting Mrs Richard Filiatreau this week Miss Mary Edelen of Blincoe was the guest of her sister Mrs Wright one day last week Mr Robert Vize and wife of Mat toon Ill are visiting the latters par ents Mr and Mrs S L Cambron Mr Emanuel Medley has returned home trorri Louisville after a three months stay daltghIMr Gilbert Smith Mr J L Ball sold a horse County Court day in Springfield Price un known Mrs J C Cabel visited relatives in Lebanon Monday Mrs Anna Corbett was the guest o Mrs Dolhe Filiatreau one day last weekMr Basil Cambron of Chicago was in our midst last Wednesday on business Slogans fFREE Sewing Machine 1runslighter than any other fFREE lasts longer than any othe- riSbFflEE is more beautiful thanIotterany 6fFREE has less than any vibrationI rnEEi f IS easier to operate otherIL fFREEmakes a more perfect stitch than any other 6fFREE iisthe best of all cot in oneIFREE SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO t ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK CO I Agent Springfield Ky irk sV4 Mens Womens SPARROW As we have been absent from the columns of The Sun for sometime we will try and jot down a few items Farmers are very busy preparing land for corn and tobacco Among those who attended court at Lawrenceburg were L C Jenkins R H Hahn M D Burjrin H G and H E Dadisman F M and W M Spar row J B Martin Roice Burgin and M H Sparrow y mare Jas Franklin sold to Cheatham Ruby one twoyearold jack for 500 W C Cammack sold to Jas Franklin one suckling calf for 15 Dr J Murdock of Alton recently Mrs Jas Franklin and Mrs T A Smith are on the sick list Mrs W U Cammack spent last week with her daughter Mrs J D Suther land of Sycamore Valley Mrs Jas Brothers and children spent last week with her mother Miss Nannie Cox of spent last weekwith the family of fJ B Martin community All are preparmg for a full crop of tobacco LONG LICK Farmers are through burning tobao beds and are now busy plowing Mr and Mrs Geo Powell and little daughter spent Sunday with Mrs N J from this place attended county court at Springfield Monday The singing at Mackville closes Sun dayThe telephone line from Mr Simp sons to Mrs Powells is almost com pletedMr Steve Smith and family have re turned from Indiana and will reside near Springfield Mr Clarence Baker was in our vicinity Sunday afternoon Miss Hallie Whitehouse and Miss Nannie Lou Hilton spent Tuesday eve ning with Miss Flora Boswell Miss Woodsie kankey spent last week with Mr and Mrs Geo Powell Kentucky Star Flour Best made Subscribe for The Sun JLOO year The Sun and CourierJournal =150 1 end Childrens SHOESMUST Regardless of cost 15 pailrs Ladies Russia Calf Shoes worth 350 and 5 now go at 1275 and 336 pairs Ladies Black Kid Shoes in good style heel and toe Zeigler Make wen worth 350 and 4 now go at 250 and 3 18 pairs Mens Patent Leather Shoes worth 350 go in this sale at 25010 pairs e Men s Tan 3hoesU inch top worth 5 and 550 now go at 350andl4 We have a few pair of Boys School Shoes at 99c spar Boys end Girls QchooIShoesAT COSTI MAUD tI Mrs T B Flaugher and little daughter Stella of Springfield spent Satur dav and Sunday with friends here Mrs T J Settle spent Friday wi h Mrs D H Houston Mr and Mrs Chas Mcllvoy spentI Sunday with Mr and Mrs Marion Du gan Mesdames M E Troutman and Ora Crume spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Thos Reed near Booker Misses Mary Wakefield and Hallie t r r i l i a in SL In I a of of I Violets a of I very prices I iou buy or see phone your will be tf shows that watches are No matter how suppose matter with yours HAVE lot ot can be done those who are with the delicate We know watches can as should be Bring me doesnt go right if oMr Boys Misses i THE ROBERSON SPRINGFIELD aCLAYBR00KE CO onef pracf Lawrenceburg stII PowellMany onIIanddaughIters ohnlBrown spent afternoon with Mrs Josie Settles Miss Settle and visitor havelMisses Hallie Houston and Boxy Wakefield spent Sunday with Mary WakefieldtShehan wife spent Friday with and Mrs Ike Irvine at Chap lin M L Troutman and Master Frank Grume were in Springfield Mon day on business Mrs Kate Shewmaker spent Monday with Mrs Mollie Dugan rI N Arnold was in Springfield Monday Springfieldbeganpupils enrolled voyyot WiSL ftffljfcBSjM AJ Flowers Plants Vegetables my Green House on the Hertlein farm on the I Lebanon pike have complete assortment PLANTS FLOWERS all Varieties At present have on hand Sweet and lot Green Vegetables which am selling at low you to inspect them at any time whether not Cone and them If unable to call in person 573 and order delivered 1kRespectfully John Tullius InvestigationDmI11I1lllilIInniJillllmimlllmmcliIllil1llIiIIJ Hmriill mmlillrmrrl1III many good spoiled by tampering little you is the bet ter ME FIX IT A whole damage by not ac quainted meclianism and repair them they yours if it just Wir Houston Saturday Bessye Miss Bardstown Miss Dr and Mr Mr enteen and and invite J J RAVEJ It y krz1 L I 5 t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 24 iooa t i r t And are Leading all ompeitosn Stocks and Prices We t selected ourStocks care at Cash Prices and are therefore Ins position tointerestJI you both in Styles anit Prices Read Prices Below j r fI I I CLOTHING i hat WILL SUIT EVERYONE It 1 thebestSuit sold under a strict guarantee Prices from WO to 3000 J the WELLWORTtl Brand for Men This make is appropriatelynamed as each suit is well worth the price asked for it Prices froms 750 to2250 4 SuitsformenYoung1500 to 2500 SuitsfqrJ15Childrensing department before buying fA MEWS FURNISHINGS J 2FurgersbnMcKinna Stylesandi Cunningham Duncan Company Springfield Ry fj DrG T Burton DENTISTSTeeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Once in Haeon Block up stairs Local News Notes j Read the SprinJfieldLumber CpIs ad t in this issue and profit yourself Read the advertisements in this issue of the Sun and save money Read the invitation to the Display o Tier entire stock of Millinery of Mis s Willie Knott NOTICEIam agent for The Spalding 1 Stoam Laundry of Louisville and patlonIaR A NALLY advertisements social Mullicans Peoples Opening IUse 1The bowling CAMPBELL OpeninflApril Address exchange Residence ift t- t Poultry Netting 4 i Window Screen Cloth i Screen Doors and WindowsP SAVE MONEY Guttering Roofing tPlaster tDiamond Lime t I Springfield Lumber coil 1I Carpets Wall Paper Lce Curtains Axmi stern 115 Velve s fto Brussells 5c Ingrains v37 and 75 ce- ntsSultaaas30 and 3cents Granites cents Hemps 12jf cents 500 pa rs Curtains 6 0000 Rolls Wall Paper A to cents This department is decidedly stronger than any other town We thank ons and past and them and the Future t On account of being crowded out 4 by the personals and news will be found the eighth page this week All the latest styles in Spring Milli nery at over Bank April 2nd and 3rd Kentucky Flour to bake Crakes and make Bisduits Its pure white and healthful alley is open every Sat urday and County Court day When in town drop in and have a game of the great sport j LEACHM + The public is cordially invited to at A new line of the latest styles in TailorerIDress Skirts for sale from 150 to 10 Ky For phone 422 Moor vi lIe near Polin PEARitiE SMOOTHERS t l- A t WE CAN YOU ON THEM + Vilify Tin and and all kinds of Grants Wall Black and Portland Cement and t I + I 1 to 1 50 60 25 Lace 50c to 25 in our Pat Liberal in on Mrs tar g Willisburg 4 LOSTAbout threeweeks ago on the pinFinder theIresidence of Jas C McElroy rext Sat urday at qclocfc P M At samjtime and place he will also sell some furni tare f y V pebOXr YankeySpringfieldf Timothy and 50 tons of Clover Hay I Use Enterprise Poultry Powder a tine tonic for all kinds of poultry For by HAYDON R BERTSPN tale Try Kentucky Star FJour itd made like grandfather used to make it A Miss IsabeirCoffier and Mr Burnette of Marion county were- married at the home of Mr Lon Boers r on Saturday afternoon March 20 Rev WH Williams officiated iHaving made arrangements tomov to Glasgow Ky 1 desire to sell m household and kitchen furniture als horse and buggy and house and lot o Main st eetLwill leave March 29 S J SMOCK NOTICE We wish to announce thI e patrons of the bowling we mSaturdaysand invite our friends to days INOTICERaving sold our CAMPBELL hardware to Hatchett An r us tostraight wno are indebt to call at t ViiSHULTZ RIEDEL Kentucky Star Flour Best made Having secured the service of Mr Phillip Schenk an expert carers painter I will open the oldCasey shop on Main Street and will be prepared to do all kinds of Carriage and Buggy painting in an Uptodate style Mr Schenk comes highly recommended as an expert in his line Your patronage solicitedespectfully A C KIMBALL H SUNk 935O Wash Goods Department 36 inch Percales 8 10 1234and 15 cents Dress Ginghams 3 iOt 12 x and 15 cents French Ginghahis 20 25 37 and 50 te t- stBatisttp Linen Suitings 15 20 25 35 and 50 cents Mercerized Fabrics in all the new effects 1iWomens Furnishings Novelties in Belts 15 cents to 150 Noyelties in Collars 5 to 50 cents I Novelties in Beltings and Belt Buckles Full stock of Fabric and Kid Gloves I Shirt Waists M slin Underwear Neckwear and Ruchings Fair Mr D B Sutherland suffered a loss of 400 Sunday when one of the barns on hiS place near Chaplin was destroyed bjy fir4 This was the building that Mr utherland hpd on his place which was uninsured There was no stock in the barn but some feed stuff was de stroyed RogersGoreWednesday far City where Mr Gore assumes his duties as privates cretary to Cqjnrressman Ben Johnson Ar and Mrs Gore will probably mt n throughout the pres nt session of ngress The Washington County Medical So cisty met in the Court House in Spring j I fi Id Monday The HOltLTopper The regular monthlv meeting day was changed from the secondMon day to the second Wednesnay ot each month I Try Ken tucjjr Star Four So ivPooon Armour nPacking Co at their in longexperiencefew months ago was connected with the Peoples Deposit Bank but resigned his position to seek something better Mr I Lee left this morning to assume his new duties in the discharge of whicb The Sun wishes him great success Try Kentucky Star P louruogood S M 1tsheepheHe made the following sales lb short 2year old steers 30 per head 11 short 2yearold steers 2750 10 long year lings 2405 per head 18 long yearlings 2757J per head 14 long yearling heifers 2155 per head 9 calves 1520 1oeSpringerheifer1 cow and calf 3675 1 cow and calf 3250 1 cow 28l cow 2450 13 yearuld Jack unbroke 30250 14 yearold mare 911 4yearold mare 120 1 old livery horse 7050 1 mare 75 1 lot hogs 235 per head Lot of other jockey stuff on sale at from 20 to 50 Kentucky Star Flour Best made SHOeS t Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes fc OxfordsIt Florsheims Shoes and Oxfords for Men4 and 5 iJW L Douglas Cos Shoes and Oxfords formenJi 250 KirppendorfDittman Shoes and Oxfords for Wpmenv 200 to 400 Sinbark Shocs and Oxfords for Misses and Children the most stylish Shoes on the market ndOxblood DRESS GOODS Dress Goods in all the new Weaves and Colorings in Taffetas Panamas OhviollsfMelrose Batiste Fancies 4 Friends for Patronage promise Treatment p J I 2 Wilkerson only Washington good establishment SPRINGp OPENING I wish tp extend a cordial invi Washington OuemngQfalltowear and Trimmed Hats on Friday and Saturday APr1 and J Mrs Nannie jftullican OVER PEOPLES BANK W V STALLARDfD DISPRINGFIELD KY TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT All Work Done in class in I just as advertised ikOver McElroy J fNOTICE iKauffman Moyer Arnold and JSnte prise buggies for sale They stand loc all that can be asked for in buggies Mogul Wagons Disc Harrows Cora Planters Tobacco Setters and The American Field Fence the best fence on the market in all sizes from the 5i inch fence made in No 7 wire top an4 bottom and No9 intermediate wire andstays to the 26 inch Hog Fence and the best Poultry Fence on the mar ketat 40c per rod 4 A C KIMBALL In old Casey carriage Tshop on Main Sl The Road To ucceSsII has many obstructions but rloneso desK perate as poor health Success todajr demands health but Electric Bitters is the greatest health builder the worM has ever known It compels a tion Ot stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the temVigorous slightElectric7 sickly Only 50c Guaranteed by Hay don Robertson If PainorDangerHeinz i CountryYo- ull Apple Butter making of youth ful days were quartered peeled arid cored then cider and sugar the blgkettie with the boiled and boiled until cooked into the golden Sauce of your school lunches Apple Butjer Is just like the old fashioned kindUMotherused- tomake minus all Jthe work and trouble The everydayHeinzImprovedfruit anti kep it fresh until it comes 10 you convenientto Tomatoes Lettuce Radishes Try our CREAM BREAD its deliciops Fresh Cakes Bring the children to see our Easter Novelties Katie HertleiriBroSPfclNGFIfcLD KENTUCIYf fir THE B E T r j 4 f Tli 0f t vvvFp A Tra I t J irf 1 P f I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN W EDNESDAMARCtI l- 24 1909 i 3 uSiSiS Si4 1 st ss ss- 4 11 r WEEKLYti4n 1C 1 5av COURIERJOURNAL c Jvrson Editor c Is a national Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the neWs without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and Xt THE SUNIjct i BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLyr 5 1 r J iaf 150- ht fIf you will give or send yonrorder t6 tli fIpapernot to the Courier Journal ij q i 1I f baily Courier Journal one year ii i 600 Sunday CourierJournal one year 200 i We can give you a combination cut rat r on Daily or Sunday it you will write lS 1i paperI I SiSiS SI IItSiS SISISaSIS TO HE ITATE LONG IS TO FAI- L4uccssful Builnt Man Must Hays 5 Attribute f Courage Many a man falls because he does ifot dare to taken risks tp take the J11tlativeJiJWbe do you expect to do anything latlnctlye in life When do you e- xpett to get iut of the ranks of original1blngsfiiare in their makeup A great deal of Ioldness They are not afraid to take lancesj to shoulder responsibility to endure inconvenience and privation y Tiers never was a time when theI ifoality of courage was so absolutely dispensable in the business world a It is today It does not matter bow many success qualities you pos e j young man if you lack courage jon will never get anywhere Not Jtven honesty or perseverance will take its place There is nb substi tute for courage It does not matter how well edu catqdyou max be or how good a train lng you may have had for your voca tion if you are a hesitator if you lack that courage which dares to risk mil on YQur judgment you will never get above mediocrity The men who stand at the top pf their line lof endeavor stand there be cause they have the courage of their onvJctl nlThey had the courage Jcllmbhad the nerve to undertake Nevcn against the advice of others JBuQcess Magazine w l TOOK UMRAGE AT ASPERSION r Citizens Resented Being Voted for as y Towns Meanest Man f r Old Scrooge might be a philanthrope fc Carnegie alongside certain tight r wads in Mount Vernon fut William Friedberg has no license to determine fpublicly who are the men who would queeze a dollar until the eagle S4yelled Help Im melting For l conducting a voting contest to determine th0 meanest man in Mount Ver on Friedberg who keeps a cigar there was fined five dollars by jJudge Platt here A warning went with the fine v Frledberg lives in Astoria but does fcusiness In Mount Vernon He placed Ua his window a placard Come in and vote for the meanest man in Mount Vernon This was followed bya list of names Conspicuous in the lot were the mayor and ch11of police Then came many solid and staid citizens After even name was a number signifying the votes the owner of the name had received so far Great was the wrath of the socalled meanest men Friedberg was ordered to take the sign out of the window but he refused to do so His indictment for libel followed In court he pleaded guilty but asserted he did not know he was violating any law White plains Cor New York Sun The Power of Enthusiasm Enthusiasm is one magnet of power Yqu must fire every event with it touch thoughtsand acts with it it will transmute dross into gold drudgery into delight What matters if the soul which lives beside you is cold and selfish Set him a good example Joy is sunshine and he will feel it Every irksome task is a chance for power For the qualities which they bring out are Gods gifts which fit us to enjoy better things Easy things wljl come if you have spent your hearts blood on gaining strength for the very goal of power is the ease which comes from strength We laugh at things and people who used to cow or annoy us we do gracefully and swiftly the tasks once so hard One by one we have unriveted our chains we lare free Nautilus Sensation In Mystery Ship Sydney Australia has had a nov elty in the shape of a mystery ship An American steamer the Coronet arrived by night in the harbor unsig naled and unannounced It was peopled by a strangelooking crowd of men women and children The offi cers wore dressed in clerical attire long coats and white ties Nobody was allowed on board save the gOY ernment medical officer and the harbor master The Sydney reporters ascertained that the ship is connected with the newest American sect the Holy Qhost and Us whose head a man named Stanford claiming to be the reincarnated Elijah is on board The Corpnet has been cruising for some months among the Pacific Islands STORES N EWsThat your and is to of the public and brine o you that increase of business you are looking for if you give us your store news to print J L I9O9 I9O9 LTH1E YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITYJ READ SUjtf lEwntttg Just YoAuNRDmRE i FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors AVall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year l 1EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS the Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1909 Full and CompIeU- ft ThigravedsptciaI1y for The EVenirij Post at a cost of ttCOO on heavy map paper It contains six pages 28x80 Inches The Chart alone Js worth J150 The Portraitsof all the Kentucky Governors some of them 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Thii price only for cannot get The Evening Post delivered or Agent Sample Copy and full description of If better sub5crlbe today and get Atlas at once Isaac Shelbythe THE EVENING POST LoultvUle KyAugustus E Willson i SPECIAl PRICE AND THE- WALLATLAS WITH THIS PAPER i 35O PER YEAR J t tg rSUrPUSED CORPSE SHUCKS MUURNERS HE SITS UP WHILE UNDERTAKER 18 PREPARING HIM FOR BURIAL JJt LATTER SEES THE BODY HEAVE Speaks When Hand Is Plunged into Jug of Cold WaterAble to Converse with Family in a tShOrt Time London A Rochdale undertaker met with a startling experience the other day During the last few days- a traveler nand James Fegan X26 years of age whose parents reside in Christian street Preston has been Seriously ill with pneumonia at his lodgings in Rochdale During the whole of Thursday night he was extremely ill and apparently died at seven oclock Friday morning A brother and sister of Fegan who had been summoned from Preston and the inmates of the house assured themselves that the man was dead and straightway began to make ar rangements for the funeral The blinds were drawn arM the doctor was in formed that death had taken place He prepared the customary certificate and arrangements were made about some insurance money The undertaker was informed and three hours after death was supposed to have occurred he proceeded to the lodgings of Fegaiu When he reached tha room he found the mans head propped up with pillows rather hIghs and one of the pillows was removed in order to secure a more correct measurement The undertaker Albert Heywood had already taken one meas urement and was proceeding with a second in order to verify the first when he was startled to see the body slightly heave At first he thought he must have been mistaken but after waiting a second or two the body heaved again and there was a sUght twitching of the eyelids which had been closed by the person who had laid out the body Jftr Heywood informed the brother who commenced to shout wildly Oh Im Cold Muttered the Sup posed Dead Man Jim Jim ft and shook Fegan vigor ously In response Fegari slightly moaned A doctor waa sent for and the sister who was in an adjoining room was summoned As soon as she learned that her brat ler lived she fainted Mr Heywood then plunged the mans hands Into a jug of cold water and the shock caused him to speak He muttered Oh Imcold He had lain Ina cold room three hours with only a sheet coveringTIs body By means of brandy Fegan revived so much that in half an hour he caa with assistance able to sit up in bed Medical attention was given and later in the day he had recovered sufficiently to converse freely with his relatives and friends Bees Object to Moving Woodbury N J William Rambo bus driver of this city had an expe dience that belong will remember He was engaged to take a hive of bees from North to South Woodbury and thinking they would rather occupy one of his buses than art express wagon he placed the hive on the front seat When German street was reached a few of the bees came ont to inves tigate They didnt like midwinter moving anti called to others to come out A council of war was h ldand then the bees opened for business Several tackled the horses others tlw driver In the melee the hive was upset anl Rambo came out victor but he doesnt care to haul any more bees Amputates Wifes Foot with razor Vassar Mich Because his wife sal1 she would rather have him perfpnr the operation than a surgeon Herman StrIeter who lives near hqr ampu fated his wifes foot with a razor Mrs Stricter had been suffering from a pc culiar disease which had settled In on of her feet Two physicians advise amputation Mrs Stricter gradual grew worse and her husband at he request without the assistance of surgeon performed the operation wit a razor Gangrene soon set In and til woman was taken to a Saginaw ho pital t = CURRENT VERSEw A Little More Cross A little more cross and a little less creed A littffe more beauty of brotherly deed A little more bearing of things to be borne With faith In the Infinite triumph ot mornIA little less doubt and a little more do Of dQYbrlngA little more cross with its beautiful light pIta lesson of love and its message of right A little less sword and a little more rose To soften the struggle and lighten the blows A little more worship a little more prayer With brightenthe sighAndthat go by A little more cross and a little more trust In the beauty that blooms like a rose out of dust A little more lifting the load of anbther A abrotherA mprelaughterA little more childhood and sweetness thereafter hateWithgate The Friends of Our Friends Our friendsVeil theyre all that fine folks ought to be But the friends of our friends oh my We hayIngOf that sort and its no use to try Take the Slashings They re lovely In all things just tight WhapseysAndIs beyond comprehension We cant see at all Why It Isand Its j no use to try Its the same WIth the J msons whore way up in Theyre friends with the Bumseys My eye That Jars us to think ofit wonders us much Cant solution Itandlts no use to try And its allf1rtojgh when at even- Ing we call On our friends and find their friends there By Moses We cant explanation those friends Of our fri nds4and its no use to try YouL I hairIon myface Whlsperingan unknown word and every where I see the vision of a lovelit face sbstrzngeit seems A little while ago thingsTono Darkening the daylight with their evil wings I Tell me beloved who are learned and wise yourhandeyEsAndland P You pass my threshold andthe narrow roof Is peopled witk a million forma of air The barren boughs of faith are all abloom And I am mute with wonder and with prayer Elsa Baker In Smart Set A Man and His Pride He struggled along till he stood at the top On the peak that we call Success And he gave little heed noreven Would stop At the cry of a soul in distress But proud of his strength and proud of his gold IAnd proud of the fame he had won lIe died In hIs pride when lila story was told And the toll of his day was done The papers recorders the facts of his UteThe world condescended to pause Men IntheAnd voted him formal applause Now his name Is forgot and his fame Is forgot f And of all the processions who wend Through the valley of shadows none vis- Its the spot To murmur This man was my friend Birmingham AgeHerald The Quitter It aint the failures he may meet That keeps a man from winning Its the discouragement complete That blocks a new beginning You want to quit your hnblts bad Ami when th shadows fllttin Make life seem worthless like an sad Ypu want to quit your qultlin You want to quit alayln down An siiyln hope Is over Because the fields are bare an brown Where once wo lived In clovrr When jolted from the water cart Its painful to be hlttln The earth but make another start Cheer up an quit your qulttln Although the game seems rather stiff 5 Dont be a doleful doubter Theres always one inore Inning If Yoiire not a dovnandouter But fortunes pretty sure to flee From folks content with slttln Around nn sayin lifes N G Youve got to quit your quittln When a Great Man Dies todaySBut theyll all be high tomorrow This Is the big worlds rufl way Ahthls Is how we sorrow A moments grief a brief delay From plow and field and furrow The flags are hung halfmast today But theyll all be high tomorrow We mourn one hour we pause to pray Sad prayers that we must borrow One little while we softly say sorrowTheBut theyll nfl be high tomorrow Llpplncotts Magazine Inter Nos I did not know that Heavn was Heava Until thy heart touched miner I did not know that Love was Love Until I drank of thine I did not know that Wrong was Wrong Until I ruled thy soul That Weak was Weak and Strong was Strong Until I paid the toll And now I know that Lost Is Lost For I cannot regalia And now r know that Hells Hell For I can feel Its pain John Randplph SUdmah In Appleton I i i f ONLY 1 PER YEAR ONLY PER YEAR Dr W F Trustfe 1 Prptica1 D ntst J SPRINGFIELD KENTUCIfl Dental work treasonable prices A11 work guaranteed v Office over Haydon Bather B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying company imtheworld Your Ce Ucl v DR MW HYATT YOFF1CETHE RED CROSS DRUG STOREpI SPRINGFIELD KENT aCKT OFFICE HOURS v 1030 to 12 m 4 to 5p m J 1 Dr J C Murfd f1 x ISPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE OVER J HAYDONSDROO STORK Office Hours 8 to 9 AM 1 tdv2F itte J H LAMPTONM D t SPRINGFIELD KY t plpce in t Opera House Office phoneNo fc Residen e NOi8 Yf MISS ELLA ADAMS r rN 1 NURSE r j TELEPHONES Day 4 Nigh1clO i T SCOTT MAYES 1 ATTYATLAWL Springfield Ky i Will practice In the courts of Washington ofAppoalaand C C McCIIORD fATTYATLAW j Springfield Kyv rBWill practice In all state and Federal Coorfe WD CLAYBROOKh ATTYATLAW J Springfield Ky ViWill practice in the courts of Wadiln i- md adjoining counties and in the courts ofAp MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYERI iSpringfield Ky t Office in Robertson Building iWill 6 in the courts of WishI4tOI x and adjoining counties and ncourt ofAppoalaI S M CAMPBELL 7 AUCTIONEER Vj Springfield Ky v ItCJY lit nable J Dr W R MORGAN I Vitirinary Surgien and Dintist t PERMANENTLY LOCATED At Wharton Tapps Stable in Sprlngflelfi Rates Reasonable PHONE 3 JOHN Y M YESt Funeral Directorif And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention 1 Every courtsey shown t Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 iiiATHE SUN ANDBothpapars I yr Bryans Commoner150We- ekly CourierJournal150W- eekly Louisville Herald ieaNashville Americanj 175WeeklySemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat i 175 ThriceaWeek New York World i75 Home and Farni125175AmericanAmerican Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette225Cou-ntry Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 125 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 Scribners Magazine r h 400 Ledger Monthly VVU 175 435 vHarpers 435f Sunny South L- jjjjjj= II a t i ZT j 1Ip 7w T 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 24 1909 7r rt BUBBLESr By BRIDGET OBRIEN Although friends of only a few weeks standing they were neverthe less true comrades in every sense of the word Already they had cemented the magic bond of union and their joys and sorrows were common prop erty their trust and satisfaction in one smother perfect and because their present pastime was carried on in silence blowing bubbles together on that sunny summer daythe children bliss was none the less complete Seated on two low stools on that shady Yawn a basin of billowy soap aids between them a long clay pipe in each right hand they were engaged in friendly competition as with heads thrown back apd eyes half closed in dreamy contemplation they watched the airy bubbles as they wafted up wards one after the other in silent ecstasy Then as one larger and brighter than itspredecessors followed i suit the silence was broken by eager exclamation J ouOh how lovely 4Oh what a beauty J see pinkbluegold tl see yellowvioletgreen 1c There its burst came the mournful duet as the bubble vanished and a little slower of spray fell on the upturned faces As in childhood dreams of the present are forever Intermingled with poss biUUes of the future so into the boys mind stole a faint analogy to that larger bubble life When I am a man he began re t flectively flaking up the contents of the basin for further use when I am- a man t When I am a woman chimed int r Ills companion dabbling her small bands in the suds and speaking quj ck ly and excitedly when I am a womanr Tli be tall and rich and beautiful Ill have lovely dresses and heaps of grand friends and Ill drive in a carriage every day andandIll marry a man with millions and billions of 1JEoney and live happy ever after wards That Is all very well for a woman returned he with unconscious die dain that sort of thing wont do lor me When Im a man tshall be a doctor like fathej and set peoples legs and cut off their arms and every body nearly will send for me They laid aside their pipes left their stools and betook themselves to a bank at the far end of the lawn where they lay dreaming dreamsof de lightful anticipation until called back to the demands of the present by the clanging of the nursery teabell rAnd when you are a woman said the boy pausing at the entrance to the nursery andsPeaking with an air ot still be chums Srpii know and If you cut your head pi break your nose or anything if you a cprne to me Ill mend you cAIl right Ill remember she nodded gravely and the conversation dropped as they hurried in and pre pared for the function of nursery tea Twenty yearshow time flies It hadl transformed Norah into a grace dill woman of seven and twenty a womanj of means and position She shared her home with an elderly com panion The uncle whose ward she liadbeen from her childhood days had Tecently died leaving her practically aCiorieiri the world as regards near rei atives but surrounded by friends and eagerly sought after by many She used the good things of this world as not abusing them appreciated the beautiful In nature and art wherever they were to be found and from this fuller conception of life derived happiness Its own sure reward In one spot especially she centered her interest and her bounty a large children g hospital In the heart of thet city It was in passing down one of the wards one day her hands laden with flowers her bright words and tendersympathy lavished here there and every where on the little sufferers that she met the friend of her child ihood Cuthbert Ogllyie Not that they recognized one another at the time the years had changed them too much for that He saw in her merely a beautiful and welldressed woman with that truest of all womanly charms ahArt at leisure from itself to soothe andjsympathize She saw In him a you g doctor earnest and alert to the needs and sorrows of a little child with a face In which ten derness and strength blent one with the other the face of one who might be trusted she thought as she moved Jaway Dr Ogilvie was already making strides in his profession already at the age of 30 was secretly marked by his contemporaries for greater things But nowhere did he appear to greater Advantage never did he grapple more with the needs and emergencies of the hour than when he dealt with the sor rows and sufferings of the little ones and made their cause his own For some time the friends of long ago met and passed on their way as strangers Then one day Dr Ogilvie put the question that had for some tithe boy ered on his lips Strange to say though we have often met I am not yet aware of your mama Miss Hamilton is my nameNorah Hamilton and she looked at him with n slight questioning smile Is it possible with a start Then surely we are old friends v Have you t k 7 t altogether forgoen Cuthbert Ogil vie Never she exclaimed Impulsively extending her hand That accounts for it Your voice and manner seemed strangely familiar I thought we had met before Ah those dear early days I shall not soon forge them TSut you must call and see us Dr Ogilvie for old times sake at le tand smilingly she claimed his promise ere she drove away In the midst of hjs busy life it ob trude1 Itself persiste tly before him that vision of a sweet earnest face bent anxiously ov rSicJt child that picture of womanly pity and care and before many day were gone Dr Ogilvie discovered that he had found his idealin the person of the little friend of longago The summer days ped on and the old intimacy was resumed with mu tual appreciation At an early date Dr Ogilvie fulfilled his promise and either in the hospital or in other so cial ways they constantly met Norah grew unknowingly to look for his vis Its to miss his voice 1d step when he did not come to rely on his opin ions and judgment In short her whole heart unconsciously went out to him that he was a- r man to be trusted she realized more and more as time went on- Then came days when the doctor was too busy to look up his friends days when he became distant and the harmony of life somehow seemed to jars For Cuthbert Ogilvie came to know to what their friendship was tending He was a comparatively poor man with only prospects before him What position had he to offer a wealthy woman And because he could not content himself with Norah Hamiltons friendship h almost with drew from her companionship alto gether Norah Hamilton sat in her drawing room with troubled face and teat dimmed eyes The bank In which all her wealth was intrusted had suddenly and unexpectedly failed and poverty stared her in the face y She wondered drearily what she wQuld do for a a corn panion or governess she supposed Then it was that a caller was announced and turning in startled dis may she saw Cuthbert Ogilvie coming towards her with outstretched hands and sympathy and concern in every line of his countenance Miss Hamilton = Norah Whatever is the matter Only the ups and downs of life she answered with a smile my riches have taken to themselves- wings and flown away and I am not yet resigned to the inevitable And what Is the inevitable he askedTo be a governess or companion I suppose Dr Ogilvie There is absolutely nothing ft Nothing Th sn listen one moment Norah I came tl Is morning to tell you that I have had the offer of a partnership in a ilouris1 Ing practice I intend to accept it on ne condition onlyif I take my wife rith me 1 have loved you for long de ic will you share my nome It is not much that I can offer but your news makes me speak I care so much So do I she answered softly Cuthbert riches have flown away but love has come They were seated ina train bound for their honeymoon in bonnie Scot land and as they compared notes of happy memories and builtcastles of future bliss together the time sped quickly away The train drew up in Carstalrs Junction and with smiling eyes she directed his attention to a large picture that stood forth artistic ally above the white walls and grime Millais Bubbles Do ypu remember Cuthbert she queried Uthe day when as children we blew bubbles together arid talked of what we would be Yes he replied with Ia proud glance at her sweet face and I re goingtobillions of money and live happy ever after Norah mrY clearestAhresponded she serenely bubbles beautiful and bright that have had their day But Cuthbert her eyes turned to his in wifely devotion I am perfectly happy and satisfied dear and my greate t blessing of all came down when the bubbles burst Dog as Favors Outdoing mos of the queer things that have been done at society dinners and coming out arties it was asserted on good authority that the favors at the dance givens in honor of Miss Mar jorie Gould 17 years old were gold cigarette cases and cute little Pome ranian dogs Tjp to a late hour last night none of the guests were seen coming out of tjhe Plaza hotel where the dance was held with any of the squealing puppies but probably the recipients thought it would be better to leave the animals in the hotel until the morning One of the guests said all the dogs were tagged and there would be no harsh words about ownership As to the gold cigarette cases scores of the men guests were seen drawing them proudly from their waistcoat pockets N Y Press First Wedding in Eight Years For the first time in eight years the wedding bells rang recently after the morning service at the Parish church 6f Lindsell Essex which has been almost deserted owing to the dilapidation and decay of the cottages Two laborers who have been waiting in this Sweet Auburn for cottages for some years led their brides to the altar and the few villagers left made the occasion a memorable one A LITTLE TRAGEDY Monday Carsone Well how are things Gebhart Couldnt be better called on my tailor today to tell him I couldnt settle his account just yet mybutcherdid luck eniTuesday carson Well how are things tJdayGebbartCouldnt be worse You remember my telling you yesterday that J had called on my tailor butch er and grocer and found them out Carsone Yes GebhartWell when I got home they were all waiting for meNew York Herald TOO MUCH FOR HIM MaxThat is a stunning winter suit you have on old man Dax Yes When I got the bill I felt as if somebody had hit me in the face itha snowball Warning He who takes a wife takes care In that theres no mistake 1UponJudge Knows Our Weakness Hes a great success He can make everybody believe that he is ver- yWiseandstlie gets what he wants work It He really how to assume an admiration for you than any con talk ever sprung Cleveland Leader Smooth and Hard They were roller skating in the big rink Suppose began the young man with a faraway look suppose I should fall strike the floor and put myself out of business In that case laughed the pretty girlUI suppose you would have a hardwood finish fr An Infant Industry Trotter How is your old friend Blank getting along HomerOh hes making a fortune out of an Infant Industry TrotterInfant industry HomerYes He manufactures in cubators Chicago Dally News Making Sure Did you charge that man for that steak asked the butcher I think so replied the clerk Well charge itagain and be sureThat wouldnt be right Perhaps not but Id rather charge it twice than forget it onceYonkers Statesman His Glorious Past Sympathetic Matron giving him a plate of hashYou havent always been compelled tb beg for your living have you Saymold Storey with a gleam of prideYou bet I haint mum I war- s wunst operated on fur appendicitis Chicago Tribune Real Bracers Harker There goes a chap who has braked people all over town for a qua ter ErkerGreat Jupiter He doesnt loolIke a beggar arkerAnd he Isnt He manufac tub sa 25cent pair of suspenders Chi ago Daily News Would Arouse His Ire StubbThisold book states that William Shakespeare used to swear by the stars Penn Well I guess If Bill could see some of the alleged theatrical stars going through his plays these days hed swear at them Chicago Daily News Forgot to Think Foot hist PQsitlon in company I hear Miss Sue BretteYes he had a thinking part and he made a break How could he make a break in a thinking part He said he didnt think Yonkers Statesman Encourages Him Yeast Does your wife care If you go to your club much Crlmsonbeak No she rather en courages my going She does Yes she does her own cooking you knowYonkers Statesman Couldnt See it Were you ever in Yellowstone ParkYesonce What is it ike Lord I dont know It was on my wedding triprCleveland Leader t h Ii tiS itPJli l NiL j t 7 t f i + f M tfJv W 1 r W Notice STOCKMEN t I II T m lit w n 1 AVE you thought of your Stock Advertising for this year lIts about time isnt it Of course you will went nice at i5frtractive printed matter 4he kindthat will bring you busi r f 1 ness Wee are prepared to do the work in a Satisfactory v r a manner Give us a call 1tirAI7 r c 3 jr rr AT REASONABLE PRICES i lt rioQnnQotfaaa aaooaoo ooaaaa oI Jo Qo oo aQQ OD Qoa1QQQaol eaQ tIf i F The Springfield Sun = tJ f i Jtr 1 The Louisville Times Ioj ilIs the livest afternoon paper published anywhere It prints the rid sfrs tr t w right up to the minute Four or more editions every day The regular r 4iv price of The Times is 5a year but you can get 4 J V + ft ile SUN and The TIMES bqth one year for onlyJ50 f r r H S S If you will send your order to this paperNOT to The Times i V il j iI A Moneymaker for Agents THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS By William Jennings Bryan SuperbEngravlDgrCol Bryan Recounting his trip around the world and visits to all nations Greatest book t f travel over Written Most successful seller of this frtneration FQUR Enti loss in Four MONTHS harvest at once for Territory and Agents Outfit AGENTS OUTFIT FB ESond fifty cent to nndlingAddress THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO- t ST Louis Mo We Print Sale Bills =AM PlAIT NlMT =and we can handle all lines of job printing It makes ie difference how largeer small the Job may be Call at this office aad look over our samples of letter heads envelopes bnslness cards and wed ding stationery Youll be pleased with our work and prices will suit tat Work Mist RiisiMili Prices L 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Bending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion an Comraunlcji PatentsereePatents taken tbrnuRh Munn t co receive rpectal notice WlthOl t llariro In the Scientific fliiierican A handsomely illustrated weekly Largest cir culation of any scientific journal Terms 3 a year four months fL s dbyallnewsdealors- 3616roadlrayHUNH Wew York Branch omco 625 F SU Washington D l t I 4t a1l1Jnnl91JIDIIInwQ1iIJDIi l1 Upltipn d mIIIDIGIIIII Ilfh i i t ndr Railroad Time table IUIIIpIJI I Incoming Trains == Suny No 91 Daily N943 Nd41 f 1 t II mArrivesII Ig Arrives at Bardstown Junctn 645 925 522 t V ILeaves LOUisvIlle 600 IIII 20 II AaO rJEj I Outgoing Trains only DailyNo ISuny only No 90 t J Daily r 1 t Noy 44 r ii lLeaves Springfield 550 a m 715 a m 100 in L Leaves Bardstown 637 800II 220H 1 I Leaves ardst wn Junctn720 845 410 p m Arrives at Louisville 810 935 545 p in I I Intl mlIIulIlInUllIllaUlllnrUJu IDfIIJIUiIU1111fumIUIummnrnailHIIUltIIDInlJllIi NMNII t o THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BYir LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANABER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATEDy THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL W ON EARTHftThe best school on earth Is the one that gives the best course iii the shortaat time and smallest expense and prepares the young l for the best positional CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS gives a complete bourse m thelat ttland most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and places all graduates In good positions having many more calls than graduatIL School is in Session all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students any day r Get full particulars from the editor of this paper or Rev Granvilie W Lyom or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky tlj i s ii j I iriAf iTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN wESNESDAY MARCH 24 1909 j r i ilPQoo OoOooo ctt 3n I Personal Notesi0 0 I e Visitors Jn and Out of Town =A IRound Up ofthe Weeks i 0 Personal News 0neoeooeoaeoeooeooeo l J 11 i 1 k iMr J Chas Greene visited friends 1ri G3arostown last week I 4Mr Gv D Duncan his returned i home after business trip to Cincin bati and Louisville Hel was accomr KimMessrs John Spalding and esse Rapier of Bardstowny were the guests otfriends here Sunday r Fire Marshal W F Neikirk spent Sunday with hiS family at this place I IIMiss May ponway was in Lebanon QFriday of last week v childrenyaspent the weekend with Mrs Alice Milleii of New Hope i jMr Arch Hayes of Louisville was n Visitor here the first of the week J1 Mr Edwin Sniith of Bloomfield f visited here Sunday Mr 0 C Pace of Lebanon wasI hin town Sunday 11Judge C T Atkinson of Bards y town was in town Friday to try the tvsHowell 1 fffis Emily Bird accompanied by her two little nephews is visiting in Louisville Af Messrs Boone Rapiejr and R C k Cherry of Bardstown were in town as r witnesses of the will of Mr John Simp f tophj which was probated Monday Mr Thos King left Monday for Campbellsville where he and his part r3Mr Dix have a contract to erect a rkandsome brick building for DrO R r Reesor 7 ir Messrs E N Hundley and Chas VB6hon of Lebanon were here county court day iMr A B Hundley of Bloomfield rviWas in town Monday Vt MrJ J McCabe of Louisville Visited his family the first of the week K L Mr J 1 Wimsatt of Louisville r waV the guest of relatives here the first J4 f the week f MrL Cambron of New Hope i Ij Svas n town coujity court day rf IMr John Clements trof Lebanon iSher for county dourt IvliMr Jas Isham of Harrodsburg wrhojormerlylived here was here Mon- daY 1 f JLiflr A R Shultz spent Saturday J and Sunday in Louisville He went down to see the indoor athletic meet 1Mrs W F Grigsby has returned it home after a visit to her father in Nel son county f Mr W W McElroy ofLebanon Is washere county court day Hon Clem S Hill of Lebanon 7 Democratic nominee for Common 3 wealths Attorney was in town Monday mixing with the voters w Mr John Brown formerly of this lJeounty but now living in Marion was a visitor here Monday 1 t Mr Richard Spalding left today jrtto enter school at St Marys Mrs S U McGill and Mr Ralph vMcGill have returned home after a 1 visit to Mf R C Hagan and family at fairfield Miss Ethel Bush has returned home V after a visit to Miss Laura Shehan Miss Sue Sweeney after a visit to jt friendsand relatives here has returned v 1 to her home m LouisV1lleI t v Mrs John Spalding and daughter r 1iMissr Annie of near Lebanon visited X1 here Tuesday =Mr Joe Wycoff has returned to his rhome in Mackville after spending the j winter in town Mr John Wycoff left today for Lebanon where he has accepted a poi sition with N H Putnam r ty Mrs W H McCawley has returned to Louisville after a visit to relatives hereI P Messrs A C and W T McElroy VA were in Lebanon Sunday t Mrs Jennie Goodloe and daughter i Hiss Virginia will leave Thursday fora Visit to relatives in Danyille st Mrs Louts Rogers was in Louisville last week 4 t Mr Mack Miller of Bardstown spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J S Claybrooke r Mr R A McElroy and daughter Miss Alice attended the funeral of Mrs Sallie Crawford in Lebanon Monday Dr S J Smock was in Glasgow o business the first of the week p Mr Robert RoBards has returnee to his home in Hendersonville N C after spending several days here s Miss Flora Mudd has returned home JV after spending several weeks in New Haven and Louisville 4V i IUJ1JllllIIIIlIUIlliUUlliIlUlUULIIii lIlJnIi11I1IJ11iIUIIfmjfillilllliDUllim l1llE a Vs = ii I Millinery Showing i m i The Public is CordiallyInvited i I To Attend The v 4 im ig II Display of Entire Stock of Millinery = f Saturday April 3rd 1 g I Will have on display a very beautiful line of II I tlje latest Millinery Novelties I I Miss Willie Knott i IilllII lImmnumIII11IIIlml1m111 11I IJIIIIU11mjmlll1l1m11l11111111I1l1IUIllmlImllmnnlnuU a Mr Will Tapp of Denver Col spent from Saturday until Monday witn Mr Dudley Tapp and family Miss Grace Smithers of Bloomfield s the guest of Mrs W F Grigsby Mr T Scott Mayes was in Sharps ville yesterday on business Mrs Frederck Manget of Louis yule ia the guest of her parents Mr d Mrs John W Lewis Miss Bettie Deboe vho has been confined to her room for some weeks is reported to be much better W E Jr the little son of Mr Bud Pope is seriously ill Mrs Dudley Tapp is visiting her sister Mrs Jas Carrothers of Bards town =Miss Ella lyicAtee of St Marys is the guest of her sister Mrs Teresa Hagan this week Miss Marjorie Thompson of Louis- VIlle is a visitor at the home of Mr R A Noe Miss Virginia Lyle of Lebanon is the guest of Miss Fannie McElroy Mrs Kate Williams left this rporn ing for Louisville and Cincinnati to study the spring styles in millinery Messrs Sam and A McDowell of Danville were here Monday attending court and visiting their aunt Mrs A CMcEiroy Mrs S J Smockanpchildrenare visiting in Lebanon rMrs J I Wimsatij and children have returned to their home in Louis vil e after a months visit to Mrs Janie W llett Misses Louise Medley and Flaget Simms spent Monday in Lebanon rMr Parker Medley has returned to school at St Marjbs Miss Minnie McClellaii has returned from Cincinnati and Louisville where she has been studying the spring styles in millinery In an interesting letter from Mr J A NewiSmyrn Fla for the past month he states that he will leave for home March 23 and expects to be at his desk in the Peoples Bank about March 26 Mr Boulware says that he feels much benefited by his vacation and that he will feel more like work when he returns home and that tie invites till his friends and acquaintances to caT and see him and hear about the good thingsof the Sunny South Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it l As it has been sometime since we have seen any news from thi place will try to jot down a few items Mr Young has moved his saw the men are kept busy hauling logs Mrs Emma McAnly of near Mit is with her brother Mr JamesIsham Master George of nearI Pleasant Hi several days week with I1spentMr George Coca nougher atnthis writing SalliedMrs Melvma Young spent from Tues day until Thursday with Mrs CocanougherMrs Coyle of Deep creek visited her father Mr Pope 1 r p last week Miss Georgie Cocanougher spent Sat urday night with her cousin Miss Grracie Cocanougher We were very sorry when news was oldfriendson who left for Texas several years ago is expected to live only a short time Mr Will Harmon and wife spent Friday with Mr J L Harmon and wife Miss CraCram and Mr Lilard Car penter eloped to Jillico last week and were married The death angel visited the home of Mr George Crain of near Enido Wed nesday and took therefrom the wife and mother She had been in ill health for some time and death came to release her from her suffering Funeral ser vices were conducted Thursday after noon at Union church byRev H P Hatchett after which interment oc curred at that place She leaves hus band children and grandchildren be sides a host of other relatives and friends to mourn their loss To them we extend condolence All thoEvethat- happens y In the home town the births mar riages deaths the social affairs the comingsjind goings of the peo pleyour neighbors the notes of the schools and churches all these slid many other new and interesting things paper thisAll tfaC limegive you SAYS HE SPANKED ROOSEVELT T Westerner Claims Distinction Gained When They Were Youths Greeley Col Ernest Minckwltz formerly chemist in the Windsor sugar factory enjoys the distinction of be ing the only man in Colorado who spanked Theodore Roosevelt when the president was a boy He says that when Roosevelt was 14 years old his mother placed him in the Mlnckw z family at Dresden Germany to learn GermanOne day young Roosevelt put on some boxing gloves and save the Ger man lad a punch saylngilThls is the way we do it in America Whereupon the stout German lad who was a few years the senior of the future president took him across his knee and ad ministered a spanking saying This is the way we do it in Germany Minckwitz says that three years ago be was at the White House and Presi dent Roosevelt recalled the incident t MAN MERE MAN Flattery Isp counterfeit that vanity cashes Publicly to praise a noble deed is to take part in it The average man feels innocent of any crime of which he cannot be convicted A wise and brave man may thrive on ill luck a fool may drift to disaster on a tide of fortune Peter Pry Shevlin in Lippincotts FEN ICK Mr J E Harmon was in Louisville last Wednesday and Thursday ordering spring goods Miss Rose Kelly of Poortown visited here the latter part of last week Miss Hattye Smith of Springfield was the guest of her cousin Louise Fenwick Wednesday night and Thurs dayr Mrs Teresa Hagan of Springfield arid sister Miss Ella McAfee of St Marys were guests of Mrs Prudie Janes Thursday afternoon Father Gabe filled his regular appointment at this place Sunday Miss Mattye Tobin and her guest Miss Tiny Reed of Pleasant Grove and Jennie Haydon and brother attended church at this place Sunday Mr and Mrs J M Horan were the Guests of Mr and Mrs S C Begjey Saturday night and Sunday Several from this place attended the LadiesWhat are You Thinking About CleaningI I w w our to Grundy I ItIIclntilieI f r o i4f panJII 5 r i TCompanyI same amount of Insurance in Kentucky 4 + last year as all other old line total companies combined and more than 3lS Foreign companies t i u I IT MUST BE GOOD tr V 4 The COMMONWEALTH COUPON POLICY + + in fact is the BEST IN THE J WORLD Because Vv + Dividends are Guaranteed 4 t No ficticiousEstimates Policies Mature Pays Death Soonest t I I rMostAnnually in Profits for LifeV ILegal Reserve Company TProtected by Most LawsTThe COMMONWEALTH is a Kentucky and a Southern Cory l 1ICbmmpnI i yodriI 1 Brown General Agent T IIdsto n Kentucky s t funeral of little Teddy Miller atWillis burg Wednesday Master Ray Harmon of near Mack ville visited his father Mr J E Har mon of this place Sunday Mr R B Graves and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with his father Mr Wood Graves of Mackville Mr Kent Rogers and family spent night and Sunday at Willis I burg Miss Verna Rogers spent the latter part of last week with her sister Mrs C W Adams of this place IMr Harry Janes spent Sunday with Messrs Thompson of near this place Miss Patience Crook of Mackville was the guest of her aunt Mrs L R White of this place 1Mrs Don Rogers last week Fay Miller of Willisburg 7 7II r IF OLetus show ouNew line of Carpets Rugs Mattings Linoleums Floor Oil ItI Icloth Wall Paper Lace curtains Portiers Etc We have received an entirely new line and can you carpets from the cheapest Granite to the Best Ingrains 4xminsters and madeto order A nick line of Rugs from the small crex to the large Druggets in Crex Tapestry and Axminsters Mattings in all prices both China and Japan Lace curtains a laYge assortment to select from cheapest to the best Can give you anything in Wall Paper a large stock to select from I t Comet SeeUs III JENSONTON Henry andechellsburg Reynolds Lizzie JW See lines before buying No trouble show goods Earliest Losses Shares Stringent Wallace Saturday spent you just show Velvets Richard Riley Mackville Rt 1 standinear forlsaleearSjA SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN ofthIsnueisubscribersotherfarminsortednothJng GBeggs from pen 100 for 16 Leo Nally Rt 2 has for sale PittGame Eggs Setting of ufr for 50c or13 for 125 4y RtShasbrown Leghorn eggs 15 fotSOc H S Litsey Rt 4 has dfor sale a lot of ple trees saleS15From hasforsetting LebanonKybred chickens SC Rhode Island Redo and B P Rocks 50c for 15 Telephone- A C Kimball Springfield has for 100Ihas40ChushelsH S Litsey Route 4 has for salea SellWQrtbthe saleRxof 15 Mrs W A Clements Rtlhu torsale JO purebred Black MinbrcaroostersLOOLapiece L A Burns and Elmer Yankey ofIforaalelI FOR SALE n A FARM of 2O3 Aeries i Situatid Four and onihalf mllog from BarcUftwn Contains good TOBACCO LAND has eighth acres in grass and fifteen acres of good blue grass woods jalso a youn orr chard 50 acres of bottom land A bargain at 50 an acre For further information apply at1hs office i r it imo