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I i I i rJ t J Jt riftb UU 41- t DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY I I i I iVOLUME V 0 23IL SPLENDID EDIFICE 7t To I Be Erected By the Baptist Congregation Work To Begin at Once Ata called meeting of the congrega tionofthe Baptist Church last Sunday the building committee having in charge the construction of the proposed new church reported that they had itiade many visits and conferred with different architects and had ascertained that the church structure which they wanted could be erected for 13000 It was moved that the report be accepted and that tlje committee be empowered to proceed with the building of the church and the motion carried with great unanimity When completed the new Baptist Church to be situated on the northeast corner of High and Mam Streets will be a very handsome edifice and a thor ch1Theto be located in the basement or first i iioor will consist of a mam room surI Mrouned ten class rooms and a ladies par lotThe church will be completed I within the year 1909 Purchases Interest Mr Jas C McElroy has bought a half Interest in the Springfield Lumber Co The stock and fixtures are now be ing invoiced and upon this being completed Mr McElroy will immediately become an active partner The Springfield Lumber Co has been in existence for about ten years and under the able and energetic ment of Mr J F Pettus has manageI flourishing business Mr is one of the best known and bet busi ness men fthe town and wiUnO doubt add strength toan already strong es tablishment The new firm will be known as the Springfield Lumber andI Hardware Company t Base Ball f One of the most exciting games pt ball that has bsen played on the Poor town grounds this season was played Saturday between the Litsey Leaguer and the Springfield second team Although the Poortown team is com posed of old and experienced players the Springfield boys were on to the job and showed courage and skill in every feature Of the game Derringer of Valley Hill pitched forPoortown while Rogers and Jocko Colvin did the twirl ing for the visiting team The game was exciting from start to finish and the wnners were uncertain throughput the entire game In the 9th inning the score was a tie but when Poortown came to bat in the 10th Col1 vin treated them to a shutout Spring fieldmakrngone score in the last half of the 10th winning the game Good playing was witnessed on both sides t 7NadAgi 1 Na6 Hardin alias McChord the king bee of all the coons again came into the limelight Saturday night and Sunday morning by running amuck in locker town It is allege drthat Nad had teen partaking of some fightir g booze which put hIm m such a be1igEren1 condition that he was ready to whirarfy one with whom he came in contaqt finally the Chief of l lice had to be ccalled to quell the riot Qf the daug ity Nad Mr Grace was soon on to the job but so was Nad who had taken his departure before the arrival of Mr Grace Nad has not been apprehended and there are others besides Nad who hope that he will not be Remember Thisr The Ease Love American Gentleman Battle xOld ijlickory and Pine Knot shoes are strictly uprtodate solid Las a rock straight clean clear of de fectsMadeand sewed of best waxed thread and will wear and not tear Try them and 50u will wear np other PJ THOMAS Great Display IFrom Wednesday May Hio Satur day May 29 inclusive Leachman Campbell will have on hand a greatdis play ot Sanitaire beds The friends ot these gentleftien and the public iat large are cordially invited to call during this time To every lady who calls a couponI will be presented which will chance on the handsome bed which is to be given away This will probably be the most elaborate display of beds ever shown in Springfield or any townot its population Prominent Woman Dead Lebanon Ky May 8Mrs Minnie thelateRobertI here While she had been in failing health for several weeks she had re covered sufficiently to walk about her home until a few hours before her death She was aken suddenly ill and her passing avayean as a shock to her relatives a She is survive by two sops James Nesbitt of Jackson Miss and R L Nesbitt of this city She was eightyone years of jageThe funeral wilt behel atttie Second Presbyterian church Surida- yPRATHERS CREEK Mrs Sarah Russell of near Stewart visited her son Mr E R Ru sell last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Robert Hatchetf of near Sims town spent last Saturday with the family of Mr GR Christerson Mr and Mrs Sam Maves and chil dren spent Sunday with Mr Henry Graves and family Mr and Mrs George Barker and children and Mrs Jo Ann Barker spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Uevi Brady 1Mrs Martha Shewmaker spent sev days last week with Mr 0 B Shewmaker and Mrs Sam Mayes Mr 0 B Shewmaker is slowly im proving at this writing Mr and Mrs G H Christerson were in Harrpdsburg one day last week I THEPUREI- TI Red Kidney Beanss i Rich and Savory The kidney bean Is a southern favorite you ought to know Many people like hem bet ter than any other kind A pleasant change from ordinary varieties Theres dif ference In beans but here sa- Cbi1gcr dif W ference in choking them HEINZ IIg l Baked Red Kidney Beans c Are not like any otherkind you evertted They are really baked with a juicy nutty flavor all their own rtry a can Your money back if npt pleased We Cdhave other kinds of Heinz BakedBeans all realh aked as guaranteed right on the labels J 1aI Ice Cream furnished in quarts half gallon or 123 or more gallons in half hour notice M Brick Cream a Specialty i IFresh Cakes Rolls Pies Etc Try our Cream Bread Katie HertleinBro CALL ONUS t j COURT BRIEFS Two Charged With Misdemeanors Tried This eek7 Acquittal In Both Cases ILJudge Noe WaS again called upon yesterday to sit in trial upon Henrietta Calhoun charged with using insulting arid abusive language to another dusky damselof Hocker towit Anna RayI with the intent and purpose of provoking the sadAnna to indulge in conflict with Henrietta The witn sses for the boyhadpeeledwith a rock and that when Apna re monstrated with Henrietta the latter responded with language more forcible than polite Henrietta entered a gen eral traverse which was so strongly backed up by evidence and tears that City Attorney G rigsby and the court turned her loose The court urged a whipping for the belligerent boy and suggested that it might be givunder the supervision of either the City Attorney or the ChiefofPolice x Hal Edelen was tried uv Judge Lit seys courfyesterday on the charge of permitting his stock to run at large in a district where the stock law is in ef fect In spite of a vigorous prosecution on the part of County Ati orney Mayes the defendant was acquitted DEEP CREEIC Oh what sadness fell over the whole vicinity last week when we learhed of the passing away ot a far distant friend Mr Harvey Lawson of Kock wall Texas He had been in ill health tor sometime and the end was not un expected He was a life resifleKfc of this vicinity and held in high esteem and respect by everyone who knew him About four ye rs agQ he deciddon ac count of old ge and at the request of his son to make his home in Texas where he thought he might do better He was a member of the Beech Grove church and had always been faithful and didall in his power to help in the progress ofits welfare At the time he left us he was Bible teacher of theSun day School and had been teacher for a number of years Now in behalf of aJ his sympathizing friends here I will speak a few words of condolence to his bereavedones Sorrowing wile and children do not grieve so hard for the departed husband and father whose eyelids death has closed never to open again in this wor11 to view its sinfulness bust where they will open to VIew a glorifie1 One whom none but the pure weepinghere be prepared arid live so you may enjoy the happy joyous greetings with him in me above May the sod above him rest lightly andrhe rest in peace till the sound of the trumpet of judgmentWell come as expected for on the 1st a snowstorm vfsited our section and did con alhIghdamage to barnsand dwelling houses It also blew the roof off of the church at old Deep Creek The house has stood undisturbed as long as the writer remember until Thursday April canI when the high wind left it roofless When the roof fell it knocked a large head marked tomb in two which was justu few yards from the house All else in the cemetery was undisturbed Rev H P Hatchett of Tatham Springs filled his regular appointments at Grove the first Saturday and Sunday His sermon on Missionaries was splendid and interested the whole audience He dined witn Mr and Mrs Anderson Holderman Sunday Horn to Mr and Mrs J H Elliott HenryNewtonMr Henry Reynolds our merchant is preparing to move his goods to his new store at J nontpn which is nearing completion Mrs Chas Coyle has her spring and allIMiss Maggie Coyle was the guest of Miss May Young of Boyle county one VeekI entertained at dinner Mr and Mrs Ander HenryW Lizzie Elliotts continued illness but hope for her a speedy recovery Biliousness and Constipation iForyears I was troubled with bilious ness and constipation which made life miserable for me My appetite failed me I lost my usual force and vitality Pepsin preparations and cathartics only mads matters worse I don t know where I should have been today had I not tried Chamberlains Stomach and theigestive functions purify the stomach systemtodoPOTTS Birmingham Ala These tab ydonDrugCd tt A Gruesome Discovery +d Falcon Monday night shortly fter ten oclock as J J was DlgntpOliceEn he discovered a par eel pf the railroad of Proctor Knott avenue The passenger train south bound had passed but afew minutes before and thinking it must have been dropped from the train the officer picked up the package After untying and unwrappinff the parcel he was horrified to find the body of an infant Though dead the body was still warm proving conclusively that it bad been on the railroad track but jft few minutes when found Mr Uri h Bosley of the firm ot Bosley Hughes undertakers was called and immediately removed the body from the depot where it had irjundertaking Tuesday Owing to the whiteness of the skin it was at first thought to be a white child but upon close examination by physicians it was ascertained that one Pf its parents at least had negro blood in their veins The infant was a male prematurely born It had beenf wrapped in a piece of an old worndress skirt and then wrappedma copy of The Louisville Tithes of date April 30 Coroner Ivo Brussels held an inquest Tuesday morning which revealed no facts not already well known The ver dict of the coroners jury was WeI the jury impaneled in the case of the infant found eadin the of Lebanon Ky May 3 1909 believe said in fant was placed there by someunknown party or parties and was dead whenI found 4Tuesday night the city council Pf fered a reward of 50 for the arrest and conviction of the party or parties who had placed the child where found Uy Officer Cormney T It was a heinous offence and no pun i hment could be inflicted too severe fjfcr one found guilty r j VALLEY HILL We have been on the lookout for someone to come along and tell us something new but alas nothing new for us only that which we see for ourselves so here goes Mrs Chas Lewis arid daughter Miss Nancy of Litsey visited relatives inI this Section Thursday Mr and Mrs T A Tatum were guests of Kavanaugh Pinkston and family near Poortown Walter Goatley purchased a new gy courtday Itsone of these of the auto type and all he needs is an en gine We notice some of the girls wearin winning smiles and making wayOurcolumns of the Sun lait week was due to our absence dutyasitThe past few days haye been fine forI working and news items have met with disaster ere they reached the pen ot the writer I Mr Peyton fingcs sold his farm recently to Cpulter Bros of Booker at givenJanMrs Bin Janes of near towri visited relatives in this section Wednesday Miss Fearl Goatley who is teaching a very successful spring s hool at this place visited Miss Grace Shehan atI SundaySeyeralMay SundayThethe large audience as well as the im pressive services Jack Shehan of Bloomtield visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday S T Hardin and family vere called to Casey county Monday by the death of his nehhew Mrs W F M ran visited relatives in Springfield Monday Mr and Mrs Lucien Pinkston visited relatives at Litsey Saturday and Sun day Geo Tucker Pf Springfield recently purchased some corn from Grigsby Bros at 65e per bushel H H Tatum recently purchased a young horse from S T ilardin for Mrs H H Tatum who has been very ill for several weeks is much imr provedat thjs writing W R Moran who is attending school at Springfield visited his parents here fi m Friday until Monday r and Mrs J E Goatley visited IM near Maud Sunday Chas Lewis of Litsey visited relatives here Saturday Several from place attended the base ball game at Litsey Saturday S Pq Derringer ourlocal twirler did the pitching tor the Litsey league Decide Contest Elizabethtpwn Ky May 6 The contest case for the Democratic nomi nation for Commonwealths Attorney in the Tenth judicial district composed of the counties of Barren Bullitt Hart Nelson and Latfue whjch has been on trial in tlis city since Tuesday before the chairmen of the pemocraticcpm mittees of the several counties was de 1 ++++W+++++ Itf i 21 JEtN iAIWI CHES iru We can Suit You Everything the Jewelry Line ED RUSSELLI4ItI1t- 4174I4e4te4t44t44t t14t444 44tiitiitt + 4 + + cided today in favor of Frank Daugh erty of Bardstown The testimony whichwas begun Tuesday closed yes terduv evening and the attorneys for the several candidates argued the case today with the above result The con test for the past fivemonths or since the primary on December 19 has been the main theme of discussion in the shoestring district the adherents of eachcandidate claiming the nomination The decision was rendered in favor of Daugherty on account of illegal and fraudulent votes cast in Barren and Hart counties and oh account ot theuse ofmoney and whiskey ih the primary which was In violation of a written con theIj Mr and Mrs H R Eddleman and children were guests ot Mr and Mrs spent lawn SundayMrSunday with relatiyes at Wood Mr and Mrs Will Virgin are receiv ing congratulations over tne arrival of a fine boy Mrs Nora Boblitt and children ate guets of Mr and Mrs Joe Gpatley Mrs Earle H Whiteman who has been quite ill for some time is improving Dr J B Yates ot Sharpsville spent his1fatherill Mrs Lewis Kines and little daughter Sharphavevisit to relatives Mrs Jen Smith entertained last Sun ightiethbirthdaywere present and a bountiful dinner was served Those from a distance dugnterMargaretNicholasville Mrs Sue M Hendron of eff ersonviIle Mr and Mrs Warren Pile arid children of Simms and Mr BardstowntAllmany more sUch birthdays GASBURG Mr and Mrs Cabel of Lebanon are Cabeljflr the SundayManyty MondayDrwas in our midst Saturday We haye just brought on the Greatest Line of 4jSpectacles in Central Kentucky All the lat +est style Glasses and any style Runs We 4Jcan furnish you with ft A the best grade of goods +at the Lowest Prices in in M 4 + vsvI Mr Mfllard Ball was in Springfield one day last week on business t Several from here attended Howe Great London Show at Lebanon Thursday Dr J S Wright who has been confined to his room for some time we are writingMrbeen the guest of his sisterinlaw Mrs Mary Miller the past week Miss Mary Edelen and little neice of Springfield visited her brother Mr W K Edelen who is on the sick list Sat urdoy f Mrs Annie Wright is still on the sickp list L TEXAS f Miss Pearl Claybrooke has returned home after a yisit to her sister Mrs J D Turner of Spnngfield Mr John Claybropke spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mrs JD Peterson attended the fu neral of her aunt Mrs Nancy E Sweazy whose body was interred in Chaplin Fork cemetery in Nelson coun ty Wednesday morning May 5 Mr and Mrs J R Claybrooke celebrated their fortieth wedding anniver sary Thursday May 6 It is to J c hoped that they may live to spend many more happy days like that one Mr and daughter Frances of Sinistown visited Mrs T R Peterson one day last week i Miss May Arnold of Mackville ia visiting her sister Mrs Win Kimberlin Miss Myrtle Cocanougher is nowwith her aunt Mrs R L Arnold MissCo canougher is in ill health and it is hoped that the change will be of great benefit to her Mrs Catherine Thompson of Louis yule is visiting her aunt Mrs WHWilson Mr Lucien Purdom of Springfield is the guest of his sister Mrs W B Wit ham Mr Frank Hardin is the guest of BowlinEGreenMrs T A Hays who has been very ill for the past few days is much imr proved Mrs C F Cocanougher is very ill at this writing visitinghistown Misses Narjcy and Bessie Cocan ugh er entertained a few of their friends Saturday night Those were Misses Kathleen Campbell Hattie Ar nold Bertha Hayes Susie Mouser and Messrs Eugene Campbell and Law rence Durham Sun and Times 350 + HtM+ + II41I I Ice Ice I Icej I Coupon on sale 1 rbOt sn 1 500 1000 and 2000 pound coupon boksfor tsale at ten per cent S Discount fJiiSpringfied Water and tit Light Co lii iyitiilii ll1 + iz- A P w l I y 1 4I 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY MAY 12 1909 fVARONTfif COMMON FLY i 11 Itt JheMst Dangerous Enemy On f Earth Says An Expert Carriers of Disease to b ff t i I New York Sun t Even if all our chief cities and most v iour modern industries have been thoroughly muckraked the field has Bot yet been exhausted There remain e iiMects To be sure the mosquito has been thoroughly exposed Every Toody knows that he or she is a carrier otfdisease and a menace to health T Now its the turn of the house fly 4 arid the Merchants Association which JRV aegiects few chances to enrage in a crusade has declared its doom The t1 ttguninhe yairfare is a pamphlet oi48 pages The HQuse Fly at the Bar indictment Guilty or Not ttuiity Vrust the parhphlet which is not jpqrely ah indictment but a briet for the people anathere is little doubt of the verdict The house fly is guilty guilty pi many things but chiefly of Irahsmitting typhoid iThe Merchants Association Commit tee on pollution of the waters of New irk of which the busy Mr Edward it1ich Jr is the Chairman is really conducting the workiheir first move was in 1907 when they published a re VDaniel D Jackson on the Pot Viiftn of New York Harbor as a menace tbXHealth By the Dissemination of In Vttbia1 Disease Through the Agency of tfie Common HouseFly Mr Jackson showed to the satisfaction of scientists at that time that sewage discharged into vlarge or snial bodies of water even if such water was not used for drinking purposes furnished feeding riundsfor flies fromwhich they gath ered and spread the germs of typhoid ieyer and other intestinal diseases in alater paper MrJacksonsh wed how he had reached this conclusion For one thing flies captured in the foul sewagecharged waters of the river were captured starved and shown tp be trayeling back and fro between the filth andthe nearby homes and restaurants where food was constantly exposed A microscopic examination showed that tKese flies carried disease bacteriaV r Qtherexperiments and the conclusions drawn from them are thus summed up Ji careful study of the seasonal pre valence of flies by means of daily counts from fly cages in diffe ent parts of the city showed thatthey were act 5vfiiri large numbers Only in the com paratively few hot weeks of summer wliileth health statistics showed that Ihese were the weeks when an abnor inal number of cases of typhoid fever and diarrhoea were contracted The J reported number of cases of these aisV eases rose with the rise in the preval ence of flies and fell with but slight lag wfoh the decrease in the numberof flies trapped VFinallyVmaps were made showing by Irfack dots the location of every fatal case of intestinal disease during the fly season A black belt was found to run r along the water front Most of the deaths were within three blocks of the shore line VV Jhe danger to health is greatest in parts of the city where sanitary pre tautions are most neglected but even 4jfYOU live in a comparatively well cared tor part of town do not receive the fly into your horne asa harmless i visitor for he may come in a carriage or on horseback from the filthiest spot in the city Hitherto the fly has been regarded i eomplacently as a harmless nuisance ancl considered to be an annoying crea ture with great peristence and the Tight of recent knowledge the flvis more dangerous than the tiger or the Vcobra Worse than that heisiatleast in our climate much moreto be feared than the mosquito and may easily be chssed the world over as the most dangerous animal on earth Following up their work the commit tee wrote to health officers throughout the country asking their opinions amT particularly to the danger of the fiy as compared with impure milk and pojr luted water in the spread of typhoid The letter explained u We ask this question because some authorities have recently made the statement that typhoid infection from these causes is in significant as compared with that OLDMEDAt 1SEEDS wJ wJ fV f tS theIyou divide IenbyVthe number of 1extra months thatV XTRAG CLOTHES FOR QDD give extra weary u1l see the of vzi JBuilers include their labeL If the value were lacking so beIW is a pledge of money back when yburedisappointed The safest clothes sold XTRAGOODkneepants are lined dill through whichV means that seat and seams w11V hold twice as long arid the pants gracefullyOnly not the clothesV The Rbbertson Claybrooke Co IncorporatedS through the medium of flies Therewas no general Agreement1 on the comparative importance of the various ways of spreading the disease but there was an almost unanimous expression of belief that the fly is a sdource ot grave danger So general is this feeling that a number of state arid city boards of health have issuedS elaborate posters outlining the tions wl1chshould be takeb such as screening food and covering and removing filth Someare even illustrated with pictures which may be instructive but are certainly ulipleasantV The Merchants Associations art pamphlet ought not to be overlooked As a frontispiece we have a fly being led up for trial before a longhairedand longbearded Uncle Sam The malefactor stands between a policeman and a District Attorney and all three are of a size The Moral in the Story Here is a good story Qf the man who was determined to commit suicide He went to store and bought a rppe a can otoila box of matches a dose of arsenic and a revolver He wentdown to the river and pushed the boatfrom the shore and waded to where alimb hung over saturated his clotning with the coal oil lighted a match and set fire to his clothing took the dose of ar senic put the muzzle of the revolver to Ms temple pushed the boat ftorn under him and pulled the trigger But the bullet glanced and cut trie rope above him andhe fell kerf lop into theriverIthe water put the fire out striingledValid jioughed up the arsenic He arose and waded out and declared himself a candidate for the Legislature t n the reform ticket TH Do It Now v YrIher ng Chamberlains Jjiriiment Nine cases out of ten are simply muscular rheurtia tisn1dllftto cold or damp or chronic and vield to the VIgor USS application of this liniment Try it ithIby The Led Haydrfh Drug Co GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS THE SUREGROWING KIND Art a safe proposition for i because we can buy them under a guarantee that any shipment found to be unsatis factory can be returnedat the shippers expense 5VThat means no chance of our having poor seeds in stock Doesnt that make GOLD MEDAL SEEDS apretty good proposition for you Ji ML Trent WiHisburgKy SV SVVVVV SNAKE CAUSES AUTO RUNAWAY Sensational Ride of Allen Zaring of Richmond Before Help Arrives The Richmond Climaxprints the fol ling sensational storyV tA very singular and at the same time cIty1uesdaycool heads and steady nerves one or- more lives would have been lost About 2 oclock in the afternoon Allen Zaring the wellknown miller wasreturning from making a business call in the country He was driving his large fine automobile and allwent well until he reached theL N depot on East Main street Hfr was jogging along quietly when suddenly a large copper headsnake crawled from under the rug which was on the floor of the machine and before the driver saw it had wound around his leg and the brake which stops the machine Possibly about a footof the snakes length was stretched jpto the air giving enough roomc to sxrike its head was raised forked tongue licked out and it eyes glaring defiance at the thoroughly frightened Zaring In his sudden fright Mr Zaring acci dentally pulled the fullspeed lever and sthe snake was coiled on the stopping lever fie was afraid to put his hand near for fear of being bitten Inl a few minutes the machine was flying down the Mainstreet hill arid on up into the town graining speed all the time With great presence of mind Mr Zaring kept blowing the hjxrn and steered the machine 4the middle of the road On it wenttin Main street the crowd scattering as he came Ashe passed the State Bank and Trust building B E Tprley an expert autoist realized that something was wrong with the machine and jumping into his Ojwn largQ and ppeedy auto turned on full power and in a instant was in1 hot pursuit of the fleeingauto Mr Zarings machine by this time was just rounding into Lexihgton avenue but as he had cleared the way Mr Tiirley had no interference and it was ppaienteth t he would soon overtake his brother machine driverVMr Turleys auto worked perfectly and it is estimatedthat he was making fifty miles an hour as he passed Joes ornef He was forced to slow down itd make the turn into the Lexington pike but was soon in sight of Zaring On they sped Turiey gaining rapidly at everYturn ot the wheels In less than a mile and a half from town he over took Mr Zaring who waS seated in his machine afraid to reach tor his stopping brake as to do so meant a bite from the poisonous reptile which con tinued to hold its position and lick its forked tongue Zaring knew it was impossible to stop his auto without reaching his hand to the brake as the snake held his foot too firmly for thattobeusedsoh simply kept the machine in the middle othe road and sat there awaiting sqme turn for betterment of conditions the machine keeping up its rapid pace Mr Turfeys machine now had reach ed the side of Mr Zarings andsteer ing up alongside took in the situation At thjs point the road is straight for nearly a riiile and it iis easy to keepth machines closely side by side Fortu = Best Stomach Remedy Free It is an old saying that if the stom ach is sound the whole body is safe because so much depends upon the proper Working of the stomach Many persons find themselves1 witH a dis PtOdUcedYtSPcPsia biliousness It you Suffer from both stomach trouble nnd tions lpatlon you are on Uievay to a condlUons skin diseases nnd similar disorders be cause the waste matter that should havo throughthQblood and vitiated It What Is needed atthis point Is not simply a violent cathartic moreharmtonic like Dr Galdwella Syrup Pepsin which pejople have been Using for theso ailments for nearly a quarter of a con tury It cured J C iLanham of War longjson the troubLe f r fifteen years However it you have stomach trouble crlIlencethefree bottle as the results from it will be the best recommendation of Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsln Then you will do as yeargotoat 50 cehts oc according lo the size hun1redsrindwithout It You can never tell when some member iof the family will need a laxa the and then no time shquld be lost taking Dr Culdwells Syrup VPOPSIflV If there Is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want 5any medical advice write y to the doctor and he will answer you fully There Is no charge for this service The address Is Dr WBCaldwell 500 Caldwell bldff SS StJ Monticello Fqr lebl The edCrO Drug Stpra 4S s35VVV y- L nately someone had left along whip in Mr Turleys machine b9ggyI this he began to cut the snake sharp stinging blows soon put the snake to fright and releasing its coils it Jostled about the fastrunning ma chine for a moment then fell to the ground a wheel of Mr Turleys auto running over and killing it1 The machines were then stopped and returned to town meeting several autos that had gone to the rescue Mr Zaring shook Mr Turleys hand warmly then shook hands wit himself he realized the fct that he could not- havegone much farther as his gasoline was running low He had n9 thing with which to fight the snaKe and besides one hand was needed to keep the ma chmeirj the middle of the road Mr Zaring had been to see one of old man Joslins family out on the Big Hill pike The house is an old log structure and it is evident that the snake had crawled from under this and finding the wind a little cool crawled into the blanket in the machine Mr Zaring did not pull the rug over his knees when starting consequently the snake was not disturbed until the jolt ing of the machine shook it from its hiding and warming phiceV It measured over two feet in length and is considered a fine specimen of the cOpperhead species The speeding ma chines attracted a big crowd of people who cheered Mr Turley and congratu lated Mr Zaring upon their return to town Forced Into Exile Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from home Mountain air he thought would cure a fr ghtful1ung remediesstepsThenPiscovery he wrifesand after tak ing six bottles as ever it saves thousandearly from desper ate lung diseases Infallible for Coughs and Colds it dispels Hoarseness and Sore Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrlaages Asthm Croup Whoop ing Cough 50c and 100 trial bottle free guaranteed by Haydon Robert son Help Tie Editoi Myfriend help the editor in his wild eyed search f01 news When your friend comesto see you if you are not ashamed of it tell him when your wife gives a tea party if you have recovered from the effects of the gossip drop in with the news when a baby arrives fill your pockets with cigars and call if you go to a party steal some of the good things and brinK em with the item in our sanctium If your wife licks you come in and let us see your scars and extend tender sympathy through the paper if your motherin law has died dont be ba hftilaboiitit give in all the commonplace news In short whatever makes you feel proud sad lonesome or glad submit it to our 24 karat wisdom and see our matted locks part and stand on end with gratitude which will pour from every pore like moisture from the dew besprinkled earthEx Chamberlains Liniment This is a new preparation and a good one It is especially valuable as a cure for chronic and rrjuscular rheumatism and for the relief from pain which it affords in acute inflammatory rheuma tism Those who have used it have invariably spoken of it in the highest terms of praise Lame back lame shoulder and stiff ieck are due to rheumatism of the muscles usually brooght on by exposure jto cold or damn and are quickly cured by applying this Jini ment freely arid massaging the affected parts Soifeness of the muscles wheth er inducedby violent exercise or byj1hc Are You Sick f- Much sickness is due to systemYouis you cannot get well until strngthYour natures power house the gettheirthe power is not there the action of the organs r is weak and disease sick hess follows Ti Miles Nervine cures the sick because it soothes the irritated and tired nerves and gives the system a recuperateTry not quickly feel its borte ticial effect I vrjas given up to die by a leading doctor Got one of Dr Miles books and found that Dr Miles Ner vine fit my case From the very first dose I tCokr got better I am betterpow va Dten for years and do all my own work on the farm Thats what Dr Miles Nervine has dsn i for me and I am glad to recom mend It to others NebrYourneand we authorize him to return price of first bottleonlylf falls youMiles Co Elkhart Iud VV I IF YOU WANT fHE BEST FLOUR 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funny talk In thing mumbled Mandy to herself as she clip ped the withered leases from a plant near the window You are dead sure they know I aintJcomln our Polly asked with a ilngerI Ing suspicion In her voice Dead sure And Douglas smiled to himself as he lapsed into her vernacular There was a moments pause Polly realized for the first time that she must actually readjust herself to a new or der of things Her eyes again roved about the room It was a cheerful place in which to be Even fwindow ILiItsof singing birds and sunshine all day long Everything from the white cell Ingto the sweet smelling matting that covered the floor was spotlessly cleanIThe cane bottomed rocker near the curved window seat with Its pretty pillows told of days when a convalescent might look in comfort at the garcden beneath The counterpane with its t nttrelwhIte n She wondered what Jim and Toby would say if they could see her now sitting like a queen in the midst of her soft coverlets with no need to raise even a finger to walt upoii herself Iy Aint It the lImit she sighed rfndi with that Jim and Toby eemed to g drift farther away She began to see their life apart from hers She could picture Jim with his head in It his hands She could hear his sharp t Iorders to the men He was always short with the others when anything went wrong with her Ill bet Murver Jims in the dumps she murmured as a cloud stole across the flowerlike face then the tired muscFes relaxed and she ceased to rebel MuvvjtT Jim Douglas repeated feeling that he must recall her to a knowledge of his sThatsdClbut the fellows him BI tIbe a good mother Just to look at himt a Lordy ho oLiic He aint ncbbcr seed nohe ob dem Vinga but he is only sometimes you cant tell him things you could a ret mother she added half sadly And real Imother went aw 1NQwas a the pastors voice She went out Polly corrected 11Yesstood at last I dont like tQ talk about it Polly raised herself on her elbow and looked at him solemnly as though abcmtffo impart a tltiof forbidden fam 1l hls1 r It was this look in tho round eyes that had made Jim so declare that the kid knew oftenI lWhy mother d a beeu shed a knowcd how she wound upl She was the best rigeroY her everybody says sObut she timei by fallin off a skate what didnt have no more glnger an a kitten If you can beat thatr She gazed at him with her lips dressed tightly together evidently expecting some startling ex pression of wonder And your father Douglas asked rather lamely being at a loss for any adequate comment upon a tragedy which the child before him was too desolate even to understand Oh dads finish was all right He got hlsn in a lions cage where he worked There was notbin slow about his end She looked up for his ap proval For de Lords sake Mandy p groaned as the wonder of the childs conversation grew upon her Annowlm down anout Polly t T j concluded with a sigh Rut this is nothing serious said the pastor tryIng to beer her Its seriuut en Ugh withIa Whole show adependlh on you dont know how It feels to have to answeredJquIckly 1 had tobe in bed day after day think ihg of dozensof things that I ought to be doing Was you ever floored it Polly asked with a touch of unbelief as she studied the fine healthy physique at the side of her bed v JllDeed he was chl1u Mandy crled feeling that her opportunity had now 1eIyou did Did hel Polly was delighted to find that the pastor had nothiu heras she would have put It You ought to have heard him byPollyspoor folks do 1 he kept asayin Jes yq lay where yo is I tole him Dem poor folks will be better off dan dey would be acomin1 to voah fu tPoor Do you give mpjiey to folksTe are always itchin to get It away from em Before Douglas could think of words with which to defend lis disapproved methods Mandy had continued eager An den on Sunday when he canto to church an preachV She got no further A sharp exclamation brought both Mandy and Douglas to attention Preach Polly almost shouted She looked at him with genuine alarm this time tThat will do Mandy Douglas coin manded feeling an unwelcome drama gathering about his head Great Barpum and Bailey Polly axclalmed looking at him as though fle were the very last thingin the world she tad ever expected to see Areyou a sky pilot Thats what he am chile Mandy- lipped the words in sl IYforshe knew that they were uga nsfieIaso s wishes but she was unable to retrain her mischievous impulse to sow he seeds of curiosity that would soon bear fruit iu the Inquisitive mind of the little invalid Will you gdt ontO me alandln Into mIxup like this She continued to study the uncomfortable man at her side I never thought Pd be atalkin furnameUDouglas He spoke shortly Aint you got no handle to it- Ifyou1 mean my Christian name its John Well that sounds like a sky pilot all right But oudont1Ook1ike I sposed they did Why not I alwnyssposed sky pilots was old an grouchyllke Youre umost as good lookin as our strOng man I done tole him he was too good lookin to be an unmarried parson Mandy chuckled mojce and more amused at the pastors discomfort Looks donj play a very Important part In my wpik Douglas answered curtly Mandys confidential snickers made him doubly anxious to get to a less personal topic Well they count for a whole lot with us She nodded her head decld UyUHow long you been showln In this townr anyhow i rcdIlike this You must have an awfullot 1or laughs in your act to keep em- omln that long She was wise In the ways of professional success Not many Im afraid He wondered for the first time If thte mightI bethe reason fqr hik rather success po you give them thesame stuff or haVe you got urep t A rep T lie repeatedHn surprise Sure repertory dlfr r acts en tries soine tails em Uncle Tobys got henpiyou have a run hOb I understand Douglas answer ed In a tone of relief Well I try to saj something new each Sunday t What kind of spiels do you give Sem she inquired with growing In terest Vt try to help my people t6 get on better terms With themselves and to forget their week day troubles He had never had occasion to define his ef forts so minutely Well thts jes the same as us Polly told him with an air of conde scenslon only circuses draws more people ah churches Yours does seem to beO more pop ular form of entertainment Douglas answered dryly He was Beginning to feel that there were many trIcks in the entertainment trade which he had not mastered And after all what was his preaching but an effort at entertain meut If he failed to hold his congre gation by what he was saying his lisr teiiers grew drowsy and hIs sermon fell short of Its desired effect It was true that5 his position und hors had points of similarity v lJf was app r ently successful As for himself he triedverymother pra sad faced ohlld looked up at him with a smile that made the service seem wopth wlijle Polly mistook the pastors reverie for envy and her tender h art was quick to find consolation for him You aint gotallthe worst of It she said If we tried to play a dump like this for six months wpd starve to death You certainly I1ustgle em a great show she added surveying him with growing interest It doesnt make much difference jabout the show Douglas began but he was quickly interrupted 1TlJats right its jest the same with Ia One year you give om the rottenest kind of a thing an they eat It up the next year you hand em a knockout an Its a frost Is that the way It Is with a church show uMuch the same Douglas admitted half amus9dly half regretfully Very often work the hardest I seem to do the least good guess our troubles is pretty much alike Polly nodded with a motherly TF ell 9utalcCo my Dont yov newer JoLnforrl 1hi air of condese nsl I1ionly there aint SQ much danger in yoiir act Im not so sure about that he laughed Well you takejcny tip She leaned forward as though about to impart a very valuable bit of Information Dont you never go in for rldln There aint no n ton earth So hard as a ridln act The rest of rtue bunch has gat It easy alongside of us Take the fcllOAvsj on the trapeze They al ways get their tackle up in Jes the same place Take the balancln acts There aint no difference in their lay outs Take any of fejtn as depends on regular props und they aint got much chance agoin wrong But say when ybu have to doa ridin act there aujt never no two times alike If your horse Is fceltn good the ground Is stumbly if the ground aint on the blink the horse Is wobbly Theres always somothln wrong some heres arid you aint never knowln how Its golnto end especially when IOU got to do n careful act like mine Therets a girl Eloise in our bunch what does a showy act on a horse what Barker calls Barbarian She goe on In my place sometimes and say them Rubes applauds her as much as me anher stunts Is baby tricks alongside of mine Its enough to make you sick pf qrt She shook her head dolefully then sat up with lenewed Interest You see mine is careful balanjcln aiinll that ah you got to know your horse an your ground for that Now you get wise to whut Im ateilln you and Uont yoU never go Into anything which depends on anything else Thank yiu Polly I wont Doug Ins somehow felt that lie was very much Indexed to her I secji a church show once Polly said suddenly V You did 1 Douglas asked with new interest Yes she answoerd closing her lips and vonturhigl no further comment Did you 1il e1t 1 he qucstlbncd art era pause Couldnt make nothln out of It I dont rare much for reaillriV- Ohi it isnt all reading he correct ed Well the guI saw read all of hisnJi He got that whole thing right out oru bkLwas only his text laughed Douglas Text Yes And later he tried to interprAt to his congrega jEnsy Easy she Interrupted Come again with that will you He told them the irieanlng of wha4 he rend Well I dont know what he told r em but It didnt mean anything to me But iiiaybe your show Is bettern his was she added trying to pacify him Douglas was undecided whether to feet amused or grateful for Pollys ever Increasing sympathy Before he could trust his twitching lips to an d swer she hndput antiierTquestion to him I ATe you goIn to do a stunt while I am here iI preach evesy Sunday if thats what you mean I preach this morn ing Is this Sunday she asked fitting up with renewed energy and looking about the room as though everything bud changed color Ye4 And you gofa matinee she ex clalnuJd Incredulously AVe hove services he corrected gently We rest up on Sundays she said in a tone of deep commiseration Oh I see he answered feeling it no time to enter upon another dIscus- sion as to the comparative advantages 6l their two professions jYbatare you goin to spiel about today About Ruth and Naomi Ruth and whoINaomi he repeated Naomishe echoed tilting per head from side to side as she listened ltd the soft cadences of the word I never heard that name before It lid look awful swell on a billboard wouldnt it 7 Its a Bible name honey Mandy said eagei to get Into the cpnversa tlon Dars it buful picture bout her 1 seed It Itl like to Took at pictures Polly answered tentatively Mandy crossed the room to fetch the large Bible with its steel engravings I We got a girl named Ruth in our leap of death stunt Some of the folks is Kinder down on er but I aint r She might have told Douglas more of her forlorn little friend but Just then Mandy came td the bed hugging a largeold fashloncid Bible and Doug las helped to place the pouderousbook before the invalid See ho ey dar dey Is the old woman said pointing to the picture of ltutb and Naomi Thems crackerjacks aint they Polly gasped and her eyes shone with wonder Which oIies Ruth Dis one said Mandy pointing with her thumb Why theyre dressed Just like Our chariot drivers What does itsay abQut cui You can read it for Y9urself Doflg las answered gently There was something pathetic in the eagernqssof the starved little mind Well I aint much on r ad1nout loud she faltered growing suddenly conscious of her deficienciesi Read it for me will you r Certiiinly And he drew his chair nearer to the bed One strong hand supported the other half of the Bible uslemil words in which Ruth pleaded so many jears before Continued next week Coi John I Bay 153 hands fine style speed and action Six years old This colt isason ofthe great Onward Silver form erly owned by J L Druien of Bards town and winner ot the Transylvania scakes at Lexington and with a record of a mile in 2Oand two miles in 428 Onward Silver was sold for 21000 and was taken to Italy On 11411recordformers Styith records of from 205J to 210 and the sire of the dams pf 13 with records of 2 14 and better Onward is a son of George Wilkes 222 and out slreo1Kentucky son ham by Geo Wilkes Kate Hundleys leItonianton 22GJ Rienna Victoria sold 4800 atMcFerrans sale lorI Second dam Nelly Anderson dam of qfBonneror better also sire of the dam ofGam 206kGuinetteseventyfive others better than 230 COL JOHN I willmake the present season at 1Q To Insure a Living Colt LORD BACON Is a fine JacklSA hands fine bone and niuscla He is by Dick 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linings and all other materials the best possible We offer these clothes be t theyre the best clothes for you the best clothes made earth We are working for ourselves as well as for you in such clothes to you v The Prices are low enough such clothes as these more than they cost theyre valde cloth es r fvS 1 i 4 want you to theirs merits them its the best we can render ypu Mart Schaffner suits and overcoats here 18 to 30 r c T is store is the home of Hart 7 Marx f 1 1 i r ISSUED EVERY f ONE In Advancerc ItL Editor and publisher mitered at the postoffice at Springfield Ylfor transmission the us as secondclass matter TERMS OF Oselaenr iioo visi1 50 25 J f17ihi Star Flour Best made 1 i Editdriaiin Marion Falcon of May Mr the Leader candidate for Circuit Judge in this district last coun day in his home town Springfield was as jubilant as a small boy with his first tin horn and in a portion of the day seeking eon gratulations from various and sundry neighbors and countrymen His exuberant pride in his achievement and irrepressible hilarity in dis- Playing the evidence of This prowess forcibly reminded those wh saw him of the mighty Jack Horner of undying nursery fame who cornersatin a eating a Christ mas1ie He put in his thumb and pulled out a plum and said What it good am I No wonder Mr Lewis felt and those who had known long and well to rejoice with him he had actually succeeded in procuring a certificate of character by sixteen of the standing jury officers of court and members of the barof raysOIi t that he really possessed some of the qualifications suited to a Circuit Judge Whatever might have been the esti mate among his Ife long acquaintances of his capabil ties and peculiari ties rio one them need now or hereafter presume to intimate that he 1inimpatient y subject or that he would under any circumstances or provocation take the bit in his mouth and act from impulse passion or preju onoany question as it will be hereafter ex by the Court of Appeals the sixteen Grayson county citizens after a n experience with him parade for three weeks have settled all that and the of his home county and district must accept their verdict As the jury numbered not less than twentyfour the officers of court af least a half adozen and the bar certainly not less than four wP dont un derstand why he did not while he WJEIS about it get the names of the other r J half to the recommendation that pleased him and could not them Everybody knows how easy if is to get up these petitions or tions or even signatures to any kindof a paper that does not contain a promise to pay money It is related of a in one of the great literary clubs of London that he made a bet that he could within twentyfour hours get a hundred names to a petition for the hanging of the president of the club and he actually won the bet It would be cruel however to eon demn Mr Lewis for rejoicing so great ly at the unusual and unexpected pleas ure of havincr anybody to his judicial for he certainly could not have expected any one nearer his home than Grayjon county to have done so except the editor of the Leas er who brought him out as a candidate For a burn or scald apply Chamberlains Salve It will the pam al most instantly and quickly heal the in jured parts For by The Leo Hay don Drug Coy t t k FENWICK Mrs H S of Canary was the iruest of her daughter Mrs J I Brewer of this place last weekcMr Oscar Bottoms and visited relatives at this place Saturday night and Sunday I daughtersMariah f Mrs Nannie FenwIck and family Tues day spehtSundayMrs C W Adams and sisters Misse- Ethel and Verna Rogers were in Mack yule Saturday afternoon Mrs Mary Hughes and son Willie of Willisburg spent Sunday with R E Shewmaker and of this place SpringfieldSaturday Mr and Mrs Jim Hines and grandson Ray Harmon were in our com munity Friday afternoon Mr and Bud Rogers visited Mr and Mrs Dolph Sunday Mr Charley Lay and family visited R E Adams and family Sunday Mr Sam Montgomery wife and child visited Mr Larkin 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Adams were the guests of Mr and Mrs Dan Mcllyov Sunday daughtersMaryRowe were the guests of W T Adams nightMiss returned to her home at this place after a two JimsbrotherWalterins of this place Monday night A Scalded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo JCywho writes that when all thought he would die Buck lens Arnica f Salve wholly cured him Infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fever Sores Boils Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Hands Soon routs Piles 25c Robertsons ii J t i I + r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 12 1909 J IJ Dust and Germ Proof Beds Are a Necessity for a Hygenicj bedroom r rvrSANITAIRE reatet is 0i en oC l We have the Greatest of Beds ever Central our doors be thrown open on 6 0 HHtI This Sanitaire 20 Bed t FREENO STRINGS TO IT The manufacturers of the Sani= +f taire Beds have sent us one of their finest Beds with instructions to give it to one of the ladies who visits our store during Ithe Display Week There are no to this offertit isnt neces S sary to buy anything or to obli gate yourself in any way siiqply call at our store during this dis S titdepositday The contest will close at W 330 on May 29thiIf you are in in these beds we will betitglad to tell you all about t Sanitary Club we are organizing You will not be asked to buy afay r thing unless you are interested tit I 1 W SPRINGFIELD V STALLARD KY PHONE D D 72t TEETH Pain or Danger All Work Done in this office is class in every respect firstII jUstasadyertised GUARANTEED jg Over McElroy Shad r8 Grocers leoeoeoeoeoeoegeoeoeoe eo n I Personal Notes iB 0 e 01nRound Up of the Weeks n Personal News ela eQeaeQaeQeQeaeoea n jn Mr and Mrs J I Martin and Dr and Mrs J H Hopper of Beechland B visited intown yesterday j = Mrs Fred Manget has returned to her home in Louisyille after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs John W Lewis rMessrs Tcott Mayes and Marshall Duncan were in Fredericktown o business Mrs Mary JVeisen and daughter c Anna Blanche of 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WEEKLYH H COURIERJOURNAL = Henry Watt arson Editor n iiI Is a national Newspaper Democratic iri politics It prints all the news without = L fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and T THE SUN13J1 BoTxoNE YEAR FOR ONlif r f u fi t k 15O- witrgive or send your order t this 4 fj KI papernot to the Courier Journal 1 = L7t iij 1 Daily Courser Journal one year va l 600 Sunday CourierJournal one year S r 100 We can give you a combination cut rate i on Daily or Sunday if you will write this t paper r MII 111111111 I Pure waer and plenty of it should oeone of the cardinal rules in manag ing the poultry Have you ever notices that the poor farmer Is apt to blame his failure on his wife T Dont keep growing colts in the stable See that a chance to get lots of xerciseI Any broody hens yet If you can provide shelter for the little chicks set some liens as early as possible You will have extra early broilers in this way Jn keeping eggs for hatching date them so that there can be no ques Uon as to their fertility and then keep them from getting chilled It has been f weIr said that anybody cats keep stock but It is quite another thing to manage so that stock will keep you Are you doing it It Is claimed by some men who kiiow how to1 handle sheepthat they clear 100 per cent upon their invest meiit Perhaps not every farmer could do that but certainly by better man igemeht most farmers can increase their profits n Do not let the geese or d ticks for watQredch soldisubdued light and keep their quarters clean Let then go 2i hours without feed before killing 1 Sunshine is better than medicine An abundance of sunlight in the cow stable so arranged that it may reach every part of the stable is one of the best ireventives tit disease When possible theCow stablej should be gepan to from the order tp so cure roper ventilation arid theneces sary unlight which Jt is h post iblo to obt iin in any other way A Pennsylvania dairyman who has kept a record says it takes 130 quarts of milk to produce calf t rat win weigh 1GO pounds at foar weeks His record of feeding SO calves showed 12000 quarts of milk and for which he received 4S1 orA uir cents per quart and the calves did the milking He says the calves niusL be good ones not little runty Jerseys riDoutriety of fruit trees or bushes Differ- Ent kinds planted together help to fertilteel each others blossoms Alternate the varieties by planting double rows of each kind side by side Remember that some varieties are selfsterile and cannot fruit well when planted alone Weve said this before bud its a vital point that cant be repeated too often The time to breed hens for heavy eS yields is in the early spring Chicks hatched at that are al t i1 ways very fit to meet the succeeding winter while latehatched ones are mere ban g erson and time losers How many May pullets never lay nil egg till ten or more months old and they should all begin at five or six Really uptodate results are now 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order THE SPRINGFIELD SUN SPRINGFIELD KY Tlie KentucKy FarmerFree for Three Months to New or Renewal Subscribers to The SJln i i t j J i Vz t J l fc1 i I44THESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 12 1909I Ji rnI Li i tt TheFather- H ofHisS Country By FRANK E CHASE- rJLrLL 1 1JLCopyright by Shortstory Pub Co It would have been a striking spec tcle upon a New England country road and it lacked its due effect un deli its present circumstances only because as far as the eye could reach over the treeless and illimitable prai rie there was not a living creature in sight to behold it It was a caravan of three vehicles drawn by sorry looking teams of horses One clumsy wagon covered with a tilt that had once been white was the prototype of the prairie schooner of later days The others were gaudily painted vans boldly inscribed with the legend FROF TODHUNTERSGREA T MORAL WAX WORKS Day after lay week ftcrweekitJ had crawled along over the untraveled plains toward the golden promise of California The railroads which now make this journey a trifling affair had liot then been built to managerial problem but in man energy the dauntless agerialf ahead of his time and he did hltm erdifficulties to stand him and the professional rewards of the new Eldorado There were besides compensations He had exhibited with varying fortune as long as there were settlements to provide au diences and if the pace of his procession was that of a llttIeI characteristically carried its long with it for the cart bore all hishousehold his wife and two children Altogether his progressive domesticity had been a rather pleasant business his closet containing but one skeleton the noble redman But now the end of his long journey was near at hand and the dread of this peril of the road h dall but worn itself ut and given place to a pleasant seri e of security Thus it was with hUb in the after noon of an oppressive day when all at once the horses guided by some instinct suddenly pricked up their ears and quickened their weary pace arid the driver on the foremost wagon looking ahead saw the tree tops that told of water and a camping place He announced the longhopedfor disco ery without excitement r There yare guvnor right ahead Tie called out lazily Prof Todhunter rose up at the sound from the seat of the tiltwagon afthe rear of the caravan and from this elevation peered ahead under his band without speaking As he did so the curtains behind him parted and a womans face looked out What is it Bill 1 she said Mathias seen suthin replied her husband still staring intently ahead Not Injuhs she asked anxiously At this word two children a boy of 12 and a little girl appeared at either side of her Nonot Injuns Mrla he said re assuringly Gods country agin Trees An grass Giddap And sit ting down again he smote his horses i leisurely and Impersonal blow with the reins at which they slightly quicken d their pace Aint they goin to be no Injuns pop said the boy an active lad brown of skin and resolute of eye You dont wanter see no Injuns Sam replied the father Yes I do said the boy sturdily Thats all I come for Prof Todhunter chuckled proudly at this as the boy climbed to a seat at his side and looked sharply about him after the manner ascribed by his fa vorite writers of fiction to that just ly celebrated connoisseur of Indians Comanche Dick Suddenly far away to the north his roving eye caught sight ofa mov ing speck crawling like a fly along the line of the horzon Soon another speck appeared then another and an other As the boy gazed breathlessly at this phenomenon which was elo quent with meaning to the faithful stu dent of the career of Long Tom the Scout the professors satisfaction at the prospect of cam ing expressed itself in a quavering but resonant scrap of a halfforgotten hymn more or less appropriate to the clrcum stances of his approaching deliver ance He gave my sharpest torments base And silenced all my tears A violent nudge from Sam who was pointing in speechless excitement at the ominous signs in the north inter rupted his song at this point and he looked Inquiringly in the direction the lad Indicated Though he lacked the secondhand experience of his gifted offspring it did not take him long to makeup his mind Injunshe ejaculated and his energetic whoa sufficed to bring the entire carayan to a standstill The creak of the axles had hardly ceased when as if by magic the moving specks entirely disappeared from the horizon Sams vast if wholly vicarious ex perience of western life easily enabled him to read these signs aright arid he expounded their meaning with obvious pride to the excited little council that was gathered about Prof Todhunter The Indians had been watching them arid knew by the stopping of Ihu wagons they had been observed They numbered a score or more and must have been headed for the watercourse ahead Prof Todhunters jlrs idea was to push on and gain if possible the shelter of the trees before attempting to withstand the inevitable attack but he had not gone far when the Indians reappeared so much nearer thin be fore that it became evident that there would be no time for this In the clear air of the plains he could now see them with some distinctness al though they were still three or four miles away It was clear that with theoyerwheJmlngodds of at least ten to one in their favor they would not wait until night but that they were planning an open attack which could not be delayed for more than fifteen or twenty minutes even if the caravan were to be kept moving at its best speed There would thus be no time to reach shelter and there was no oth er cover in sight only rolling prairie with low knolls rising here and there from its own face So he again called a halt arid sum mon qhis little lighting force of two men and a boy BoyH said he slowly weve got ter take keer of ourselves the best way we kin an there aint much time ter spare This aint much of a pitch for Tadhunters Great Moral Wax- Works but my ruth is tjo allus give the best show I kin fer the money an please the public ralatioexhibition was that of ticket taker re sponded with a dismal grin Well guvnor thisll be the rust time I ever tried to let in all the deadheads I could Their arrangements were soon made The professor hose a spot near at hand where his movements were cod cealed by a knoll and then hastily ar ranged his three wagons in triangle with the horses In the center barr cading his wife and little girl behind a wall of bedding and supplies within thetiIt cart Sam was sternly counted out of the defending party fo his ab solute despair Nothing but an adroit appeal to his chivalry had kept him front absolute revolt uNo Sam Todhunter had unally saidYou stay in the cart Jwith your ma an sister an take keer o them There were precedents for this sort of thing among the myriad experiences of Comanche Dick so Sam re luctantly yielded This left an effec tive garrison of three men ppposed to an attack from perhaps ten times that number There were plenty of guns to be sure and the Indian of the fif tiesY sQnly occasionally supplied with that Weapon and still employed very largely the aboriginal bow and arrow but the odds were fearfully against the attacked The professor finally broke the anxfous silence Ef we could only have reached cover he said Then they couldnt have told whether we was three or thirty but out here we cant make po show at all Sam ud count one for looks suggested Matthias an hes bout as safe out here as in the cart Bully for you Mat cried the quickeared lad thrusting out his htfad Lemme cOme out pop F kin fire a gun jest as well as It I waS growed up In another instant he had climbed down among the mdri Ah Sammy said his father pat ting him proudly on the head youre a good one but youre only one and we want ten Sam was looking at the legend on one of the waxworks vans a dhis face was luminous with an idea Bgosh weve got enit he cried Todhunter stared Yes weve got em shouted the lad Whats the matter with George Washington And he pointed at the van Forty years later the trio Would have Automatically responded Hes all right but the fdrmula was as yet unborn But Sams meaning was clear to them at once The idea of free performance of Todhunt rs Great Moral Wax Works was repugnant to the managerial mind of the professor but its utility under the circumstances was obvious to him ft was an Insplratlotand with desperate haste all hands set about car rying it into effect Ina iwinkling the vanshadibeen opened and a great variety of celebrities both of peace arid war had been unwrapped and prepared for action Their uniform cheer fulness of expression brought solid encouragement to the hearts of the lit tIe garrison They looked so human and appeared so calm and confident and unterrified that fear seemed contemptible beside their magnificent ex ample They were very generally clad in military uniforms which gave a certain sense of protection through association of ldeas InR erysh9rt Hime they had been effectively be stowed The post of honor was assigned at Sams suggestion to George Wash ington who was propped up in a con splcupus position at the junction of the two vans facing the direction of at tack At a commanding height above the drivers seat of the van he stood bc diy forth as the ostensible leader of the defense A set expression of vast benevolence which the artist from patriotic motives had given to his countenance and an aspect of sup rnatural calmness Ipa position of greatest peril were well calculated to impress h opponents Below him peering out between the wagons looked the stern face of 01 iver Cromwell to whom the artist had given a mien of contrasting truculence and unyielding resolution At the oth er end of the van next the tilt cart trit 1 stood Napoleon folded arms and an air of comxrland the breeze toying with his charActeristic beauty lock which rose an I fell upon his forehead with a menacing effect like the hair upon a dogs back Below him was disposed a1 protean effigy r pre senting variously an malicious crIm- Inal thdt chanced to occupy public attention tor the tim being A coun ten nceoJ singular brutality height roughshavef01meded to appall the stoutest heart Benjamin Franklin dominated the third angle Bearing In one hand a Leyden jar at which he gazed withf an abstraction that under the circum stances was sufficiently remarkable Below him stood the duke of Welling ton presenting a somewhat insignifi cant appearance In his relatively sheltered situation between the carts His cockedhat was net however without a certain effect The classic features byQueenlooked bravely forth above one of the vans while Lucretia Borgia her es reinforcedansentment of Grimaldi and Daniel Lambert effectively manned the other Lfndley Murray Lord Byron and the poet Cowper bestrode the tent cov eringS of the wagon beneath which countenanas many minor celebrities as could be accomnicTdated were setup iriastrategic semicircle before the t wag onS where they amply corroborated the claim of Prof Todhunter small bills in bqlngas large as life and twice as natural Behind this fraudulent array was stationed the livirig garrison with such skill as Prof Todhunters limited experience uljcommand The Injuns are bound to aim at their heads or hearts boys he cautioned so keep your heads well be low the figgers waists And after this fashion theyj were stationed The professor behina Na poleon I over whose hip his rifle was leveled Matthias on the ground be hind the petticoats of 1iiry Queeh of Scots while the otherdriver fqund in the burly figure of Cromwell the sense of moral and material support that he required Little Sam had arrogantly seized upon the post of greatest hon or behind the bulging calves of the Father of His Country Thus far all these preparations had been screened by the knoll from the sight of the ap proaching Indians who hoping to Instantly terrorize the three lonely drivers into submission came galloping over the rise at full spegd and were taken wholly by surprise by the ap pearance of these unexpected rein forceme ts As they swerved sqarp ly on thedown slope they let fly a shower of arrows at theirs waxenop ponents and received in reply a volley that made negood Indian and partly made another George Wash- ingtonliy his attorney the disciple of Comanche Dick fired the first shot with a result that would have been a credit to either hero and Sam was proudly consCiouS of having made a successful debut as an Indian fighter The prpfessQr gautioneduhis men to He low and await their pjonents set ond attack and when the Indians again charged round the kholl they were met with a second deadly volley By this time the wax works presented a curious spectacle An arrow had torn through the calm countenance of Shakespeare lending to his features the appearance of a derisive sdiile but he had not sb muchas winked Oliver cromw ll had received three arrows through hi heart and had lost an ear but had suffered no abatement of his truculent mien as was perhaps not Unffatural George Washington as the ostensible leader of the de fense had been given especial atten tion and resembled nothing so much asi a human pincushion Like the rest Ire bore his hurts with an easy nonchalance The spectacle they afforded of heroic endurance and su pernatural vitality would have staggered the most intelligent beholder to a superstitious savage it was sim ply appalling ILoading as quickly ae possible the Uttle garrison awaited the next on slaught which proved to be a flank movement Hastily shifting their po sitions the weHmaskek quartet checked this advance with a third vol Icy but as the Indians swept by the battered array of waxen notabilities and noted the cheerful invulnerability of their unprecedented foes a panic fell upon them It was not a repulse it was an utter rout and with a wild hOyl of superstitious terror they fled in disorder over the knoll and disappeared After an anxious interval Prof Tod hunter ventured to re onnoiter the top of the knoll Nothing was to be seen save a cloud of dust rapidly receding into the north The marvels of Tod hunters Great Moral Wax Works had been too much for the savage mind And when their owner and exhibitor Turned and beheld them his heart too almost failed him But the managerial mind is full of resources arid nothing in Califofnia that fall made such a hit as Todhunt ers1 Great Moral Wax Works pFerced by the arrows of the hostile redman as the bills announced more profitable An such dilapidation than ever befor With the few figures that had escaped damage artfully impaled by the spare arrows collected from the battlefield the layout made a terrific picture of savage ferocity And Sam told the story of the flglit nightly to crowded houses at advanced rates with theirs cOrroboration and when asked about the Indians used to say to great dldItt1jeJhNerthe Jf I u i 7 I 7 + Y t 0 I t Notice STOCKMENj1IF r + 1 =AVE you thought of your Stock Advertising for this year J ii 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liDiIIkIHIIIJIifIUM nnIIIIIIII1JUtUlumllmfllUInlimImH qmuJalllran ImlliJU U S L and N Railroad Time TableIIi= 0 TSuriy only Daily DailY E Incoming 91 No 43 No 41 I I I I mArrivesArrives at Bardstown Junctn 645 925Ie 522u= Leaves Louisville5600 820 430 I OUgoingTrainss1Y9i1Y Daily t Mr AA I Leaves Sringfield550 a m 715 a m 100 pm = Leaves BardstownS 637u 800u 220 I Leaves Bardstown Junctn720 845 410 p m N Arrives at LouisviJle810 935 545 p rf r IiItllimI1IfiMIIiWEiIIIII IIItIIIItIIIIHn llllIIIBIM IIIIIMIII3mnunmUIJInlllllUll 1 THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER M NEYffc IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEr FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER MJMBEflLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATED HE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH The best school on earth is the one that gives the best tourse in the abprtfjgt time and smallest se and prepares the young peoplefor the best CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS gives a complete ourse in the late t and most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shortfiiind and places all graduates in good positions having many more calls than graduates School U jii Session all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students any da 1 Get full particulars from the editor of this or Granville W B of wdte direct to the school 035 Fourth Avenue BouisvilleKyt dE w III t4 t I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY MAY 12 1909 n Dr G1 T Burton 4 RESIDENT DENTIST leeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY okAll Dental Work Strictly Fiist riass Springfield Ky Vffico inHa oil Block up stairs Local News Notes d f Get a stylish new Shirt Waist from r Mrs Williams v jr Buggies and wagons for sale by A c Kimball If you want a shoe that will wear you rTalong time try Hamilton Brothers Bat c HteAx or Old Hickory at P J Thomas 0 Rate bargains in Miljinery at Mrs Williams this week Dont miss then One suit cleaned sponged and pressed for 75c by Springfield Cleaning and Pressing Club If you want strong healthy hickens aid turkeys feed them Enterprise Poul t try Powders Positively cures gapes Sold by HAYDON EOBERTSON 1am offering some rare bargains in ly line of Spring Millinery Let me atave you money Mrs Nannie Mulli an over Peoples Bank Buy Rapid Shine Stove Polish 5c per lox JOE A SHADER Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made rjtice grandfather used to make it f jForBrown doubleshovel plows five plow cultivators fourteentooth Har Jibws Disc Harrows Tobacco Setters American Fence call on AC KIMBALL Big reductions in the price of mull ery at Mrs Williams Ladies trimmed Jtets fronil 50 up Childrens from 50 cents upSee them it will pay you Attention of the public is called to Ganningham Duncans ad in this is ie Read itanrl let them saye you money Use Kentucky Star Flour to bake jour Cakes and make Biscuits Its light pure white and healthful ISAYYour Buggy needs Painting See A C Kimball at old Casey ShopS e Mainstreet FOR SALE One firstclass second 3toid upright Fisher piano Will sell reasonable For further information call on ED M RUSSELL f p flTry Kentucky Star Flour Its made grandfather used to make it f A very encouraging religious revival i being held at Mt Zion Methodist urch Rev P C Evergole the pas tor is being assisted by Rey Robt Johnson of Wilmore a very eloquent attd consecrated minister The Trustees of the Baptist church lave sold to Mrs Geo J Begemann Jker father and brotner the Baptist church property on West Main street ler the sum of 1800 cash Possession will be given the purchasers immediate ly upon the completion of the new ihurchi The Ladies Aid Society pf the Chris tian Church will commencing next Saturday May 15 conduct a rummage sale in the building opposite Wharton Tapps livery stable This sale will last witil everything is sold Everybody should attend this sale NOTICE About two weeks ago a Mack heifer with white spot in fore Scad weight about five or six hundred pounds and a red heifer weight about four or four hundred and fifty pounds strayed on ourplace Owner can have same by paying for Keeping ot same snd this advertisement RICHARD AND JOHN KELLY The St Catherines Alumnae Associa tion will set a County Court dinner at the bowling alley near the depot on Connty Courtdav in this month The Irfhes will have all the palatable edibles tat one may want and cordially invite the visitors In town to come and help a good cause Anyone wishing to contri tSete a basket for the dinner is kindly requested to leave same at the bowling ileyon the morning of County Court 4ay WANTED Trustworthy man or woman 5 each county to advertise receive or dersandmanage business for New York Mail Order House 1800 weekly posi hon permanent no investment required Previousexperience not essential to en gaging Spare time valuable Encase fulll2arlicukiptt03 PARK AVE NEW YORK f Kentucky Star Flour Best made 0 1 I r own= andOiit- I The battle between The Flies and the People is now on See what we can do to the Fly I II 1Let us Screen Your House II I And prevent the FILTH and DISEASE the Miserable Pests carry with them We handle both ODD and REGULAR Sizes in Doors and Windows and can put them up for you Prices right Springfield Lumber Co Sam Coleman formerly a highly re spected colored resident of this county died at his home in Louisville last Fri day of pneumonia The remains were brought tb this place last Saturday and the jfurieralservices conducted Sunday morning The interment was in that portion of cemetery Hill set aside for the colored people The deceased is survived by a family The old wooden bridge which has spanned the river at Fredericktown since 1866 is now a thing of the S Messrs G L Price and W A Smith who bought the lumber and razed the bridge completed their york today and as soon as the abutments have been completed an iron bridge will be evict ed The old bridge contained about 70000 feet of lumber exclusive of he roofin tand siding The timber is ih a remarkably good state of preservation and will be sold by Messrs Price and Smith 1 WithIWe can furnish you with Insurance that is se1fsupP ting in cuse of total disabilityand out 20 year contracts are guaranteed td pay out in 15 years If- you intend to purchase Life Insurance call on Leo Hayaon or Lee VanArsdalc representing the Southern National Life Insurance Co E T WIGGJNTON General Agent Y ng Girls Are Victims- of headache as Well as older women but all getquick relief and prompt cure from Pro Kings New Life Pills the worfds best remedy for sick and ner vous headaches They makepure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Try them 25c atHaydon Robertsons Try Kentucky Star Flour So gciodF OoWERI ctIf you want the best LAWN MOWER on earth go to flatchett and Andersoivs They now have a large stock r of Whitman arnslliawii mowers A d M Strictly aHigh Grade Machine lo with the best quality steel ball cups and cones perfectly ground and dust proof If you needa lawn mower be sure to get our prices before buying We also have a nice line of lawn dgersI aQdfCycle 6 indersCheap Garden Tools Of All Kinds 4 Garden Plows Rakes Hoes Spades Shovels EtcIin fact anything you may need to raise a garden Come in and let us show you and get prices SPECIAL SERVICE GIVEN TO PLUMBING AND TINNING Hatchett Anderson Springfield Kentucky = It L HAPPY HOLLOW = Mr Solomon K and family and Mias Nellie and Raymond Mcllvoy dined at the home of MrJ M Shields Sunday Mrs John Crow and two daughters spent Saturday and Sunday with her father Mr Hence Scott and family of near Polin spentSaturdayand family Mrs John Armstrong and daughter Myrtle spent last Tuesday with the family of Mr J M Shields spentlastfather Mr John Kays of Mt Zion MrC W Stalhngs and family were in Springfield Thursday Mr Edward Hanby and wife spent Sanday and Monday wit1 Mrs Hanbys sister Mrs Erastus Perkins Miss Maud Inman and Mr Wes Bailey MyrtleArmstrongMr Walter Hanby was in Mackville Sunday afternoon daughtprMyrtleMrs Hell ona Hanby and two sons spent Sunday night with the family of Mr Lee Settles of this place PULLIAM Farmers are progressing nicely with their work Most of them have their corn planted Wheat is looking very kwardspringrobacco section Some say cut worms are eat ing their plants up The tobacco crop will be short in this section I dont be lieve there will be more than 60 per countyEdrm strong for 12 Mr Will Sims and wife spent last Sunday with the tetters parents at Tatham Luther Feirell and family of Spencer county VIsited Mr Dudley Ferrell last week Mr John Hardin who has been on reportedbetter Merrifieldi Mrs S E WornaU has taken charge of the Tatham Springs Hatel Spring lambs are being engaged at5c poundWe the Cardwell letter often His letters almost equal the Bourbon Stockyard Journal for markets Great Work + Frankfort ky May3Dr WD Povell secretary of the State Board ot Baptists Missions who stopped off here yesterday to see the local pastor the Rev M B Adams gave out some in teresting statistics of the work which this denomination has done in Kentucky and the help of the Kentucky churCh- during the past year He says that the missionaries of the State Mission Board received into Baptist chtfrches during the year more than 5000 members The churches raised during the year which Bended April 3Q for foreign mis sions 3752554 for home missions 2263674 for State missions 388757 13786091total onlyTexasstrengthAbbutceived by baptism in this State during the year ending May 30K 1908 and the number for this year will be much in excess of that Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury- as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering lit through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is tenfold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure man ufactured by F J Cheney Co To- ledO 0 contains ho mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood anti mucous surfaces ot the sstem In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is tak en internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonies free Sold bydruggits 75c perbottle constiPa1tlOO An exchange has a story of a school teacher who reproved agirl pupil for not knowing her geography lesson The next day the childs mother ap peared on the scene and let go off this phijlippic 1 guess you dont know it all I send my little girl here to school so that she gets through I want her to get through so she gets a man Youl never mind about geography I dont care just so she gets through I want Myotlierdaughterdidnt through and she got a good man all right Lots of girls dont know geogra phy and they get men But vouyrni and she pointed her finger directly at the teacher you aint got no man at all had cant git none Whats this geography good for anyhow You see my daughter gets through schoolarid Ill learn geography to her Kills Her roe of 20 Years The most merciless enemy J hadfor 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesville Mel y Dyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating or drink ing and could scarcely sleep After many doctors had failed and several doctors gave me up I tried Electric completelyNowotd and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again For Indi gestion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trou ComplamtsitsRobertsons 1CInliJmnll1nllI qmmnIUJllImUlktIII II1 Ground on Bardstown pike S 1 IL1 RED BIRD beUI= mares and want to breed to Red Bird book them at once uII We are going to stand him at 30 You may think that high but ii is not because you who have good mares stand so much better itIthat will do away with common PEDIGREESired maresI bylIIthe best saddle horse judge I bestii seaNI sellljlfrom212 iI NOTICE Another horse and his coltswon the HrdRing last year Why In Because there was nothing elseto compete with them No not a one g Iof hiscolts havebeen beaten for years blithe should have by this S yearsHavevbu I 3 S400 to 1500 at three or four years old No But RED BIRD hashes I= a number ofthem I 1 MOKO PEARL urn II Bv MOKO 0 The great Trotting Horse hasamarcof 228J and has been aniilfe Ig in 218 a beautiful bay a star He is 16 hands I= hlOhIIt 1 1 dam Little Pearlby Hinder Thomas a Damf one trial 220 Sire of 40393I PearL221iIB Dam of Sirexjt l 230II 3 dam Alice Loraine by Homer 1235 Is sire of I1 3m230 = 230gSon of War Dance GeorgeII Bouncing Canought 15277 I feetIis see IS a grea B PEDIGREESired by Mary Canought 7552 dam 6416 Bonnie Clara I by Canought 1453 I SEASON TWENTY DOLLARS l J NELSON IIImported German Coach 16 hands high weighs about 1400 pounds M andII PEDIGREE Nelson II was bred in bv 0 V Alt I Itoir j burg Coach Horse Stud Book of America He was sired by General No N 971 and his first dam las Otto II 892 J IsI= BILL GOEBEL I STONEWALL II i I iethatwill stand at 8 for horse mules S10 for mare mules 10 for jennetts j Montgomery Prince 1 andranksII will make the season at 8 straight U Mares traded or parted with forfeits insure andi money becomes 6ue paIdiIor or es IIcapes a Thanking you all for lastyears patronage and hoping it will increase this year 1 remajn Yours Respectfully I l L D BAKER I iilmrhnnk mJ11IJinnlnlIl11IInnlnn lnnU 1UWlmnnlDnmlnnmnIIIIRutII Marion County Falcon and Enterprise The first case tried this week was that of the Commonwealth against Vir gil Bobbitt charged with malicious momIjurors it is said were for conviction and three for acquittal Monte Fox Co during thepast few days sold to Jos B Stern Son ot New York about 350 head of cattle which they have been slopping at the distillery of Mueller Wathen Kobert The cattle were sent to New York in two shipments seven cart going for 1vard the latter part of last week and averageIIper or for the lot Mr Martin Elder of Thomasville Georgia arrived in Lebanor Tuesday morning for a visit of several days to frqmhISwhich has been put in charge of a prominent turfman for training The expresstheLexington the x preSs charges being 174 Miss Sallie Mills daughter of Mr Ab Mills a popular young lady of the wes tern purt of Marion and Mr R F Morris a welltodo farmer of Wash ington county were married at inley Wednesday There was a small crowd in town Monday little stock on the market and prices were dull Auctioneer Brussell reports the following sales 26 ewes and 20 lambs to J R Breedingfor 5210 1 mule 6years old 9750 one old cow 1650 r red he5fer 28 2 sows and 14 pigs 2110 1 cow 4250 1 old mare 50 Auctioneer Campbell reports as follows 2 buggies second hand 15 and 955 1 sow and pig 15 2 hiale L pigs 650 and 550 Esquire J C ewesShdt5SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN W earnestly request the patrons of this column to notify us when you sell dlscoQtmueI HubISCriberstofor sale or wanted iniertednothlug saleRhQddfor 15 from yard SOc for 15 J L Allen Springfield has for sale a 2yearold colt Lloyd Haydon Jr Rt4 hasfor iDgIS B Naliy Rt2 has for salea fine Jack registered ready for use I will sell worth the money MrdJ M Elder Rt 3 Lebanon Ky has for sale B P Rock eggs 50c for 15 J K Cheatham Springfield has for wellbrokeS Litsey Rt 4 has for sale alot ofEnglish Maple trees Mrs B L Litsey has for sale S C B Leghorn eggs S C Buff Orpington eggs from pen 100 for 15 ttGame3jfor125 Mrs C C Christie Lebanon Rt S has for sale pure bred single comb brown Leghorn egg t 15 for 50c i