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I i i 0 J T rk l A trI t it Jt rtn I J + t nn1 4 JV cc 7 I rtff t 1 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS Of WASHINGTON COUNTY r k VOLUME v 1 SPRINGFIELD KYf WEDNESDAY MAY 19 1909 0 NUMIEK24 r t EXTENSIVE PLANS king Made by Washington Coun fty Fobaccp Warehouse Corn party For Next Seasons LSaies tr NEWHl SE TO BE ERECTED trrt TThe directors of the Washington County To cco Warehouse Co are al J ready making plans for running a loose leaf market next fall and winter It wasPseen last year that the buildings in which the sales were conducted were not only notlarge enough but that they were inadequately lighted These defects will be remedied this year as a large new house will be eVectedwnich will be used for the purpose of selling loose tobacco and which will be modern arid convenient in very detail The plans havb ben drawid accepted and are no win the hands of contractors for bids The Warehouse Co has rented to the American Tobacco Co one of the waret ouses which was last year as a breaks It WJ11 be used by the Conti 4ientaT to handle the tobacco that they may purchase on the loose leaf market The companyas also negotiating for the lease of its redrying plant and will no 4oubtbe able to rent itadvantageously Many buyers have also begun to cor respond with the directors as to next seasons sales and the prospects for the Tobacco Warehouse Co and the far mers of this And adjoining counties are indeed roseate If the people support this enterprise as they should this should develop into one of the best loose leaf markets in the State 9J sm tliSmdh Mr arid Mrs J FielHer Smith have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Elizabeth to Mr Edwin Smith the wedding to take place June churchfis a very preity and at tractiv young woman and bas a wide acquaintance witlj whom she is very popular The groomtobe is a well known young farmer of Bloomfield He is the son of Mr and Mrs John R Smith and prtorio a few yeirs ago re 2 sided in Springfield when his father jras jailer of this county Drowned Near Calvary Marion falcon While fishing Tues day shortly before noon Mr Jpdy Clements of this city discovered a mule which had evidently been drowned near the Fowler ford of the Rolling Fork below Calvary After dinner thipking that an accident had occurred he walked down the river a few hun dred yards and discovered the dead body of a man Help was called and the body proved to be the remains ot h9J1adleUoclock to finish a house he was build ing for Arnojd Jarboe In attempting to cross the ford the water being high iiiiule and driver had evidently been drowned Monday morning The t were brought the remainsI lishment of Bosley Hughes 4ity and removed to New Market Wed nesday afternoon where the funeral services and interment were conducted Deceased was an honest hard working man 47 years old He is survived by his wife one son and three daughters who haye the sympathy of the whole community v rCourt Da Next Monday lSlest Monday is County Court day and the first day Of the May term of Circuit Court No doubt as usual there will be a large crowd in town While in tOW renew your subscription to The Sun and let us send you The Kentucky Farmer for three months free of charge This offer is open to new aubscrit ers as well as old ones We also ihave a complete clubbing list wi thrall the leading dailies and weeklies and jan offer you sOme bargains Strawberry and Ice Cream Supper c ThR ladies of the Presbyterian church will give a Strawberry and Ice Cream Supper at the Court House tomorrow Thursday 4May 20 from 3 to 10 pIm The puhIic f cprdially invited to attend i 1f 1 t 4 Pope Honors Bishop Spalding Peoria 111 May 15ihe Rt Rev John Lancaster Spalding whose resig nation as bishop of the Peoria diocese was regretfully accepted last falIls created titular archbishop ofScyphepo lisbya degree otthe Vatican1 at Rome news of which was received p day When failing strength determined Bishop Spalding to relinquish the but den jof active ecclesiastic duties Faith ers Keating of Ottawa We Idon of Bloomington Duffy of Nahv lie and J OReilly of the St Marys Cathe dral in this city visited Washington and urged upon the apostolic delegate the recognition of Bishop Sp ldmgs eminent services and prominence by the conferring of special orders Acting upon this suggestion the matter was laid before the Pope and the result is his advancement to the arch bishopric of this Oriental See dn honor rarely conferred Base Ball 1 Several tames of baSeball w replayed at Hteh School park last week between some of the junior ball tossers of Springfield and vintingteams On Thursday f Springfield defeated Bloomfield by a score ot 18 to 7 The batteries were Rogers and Cox for Springfield and McClasky and Brown for Bloomfield On Saturday the home boys were not so fortunate as the St Marys Jr defeated them 11 t 1 while- a still younger team was defeated by the boys trom the Grundy Home by a score of 7 tb5 1 RELIEF FOR TJBACCOqROWERS Provided In Revised Amendment Introduced By Senator Bradley Washington May 15 Senator Brad ley offered in the Senate today his re vised amendment for the relief of to bacco growers It creates an entirely new section in the and Sharply draws the distinction between manu facturers and the grolwers The para graph relating to growers provides That unstemmed tpjbacco in the nat ural leaf and not manufactured or al tered iii any manner shall not 6e subject to any internal revenue taxor charges of any kind whatever and it shall be lawful for any person to buy and sellsuch unstenm d tobacco in the leaf without payment of tax of any kinds Although the election does not take place until November of next year the Democrats in Congress are already talking about the chairman of their con gressional campaign committee From what can be learned Representative Ben Johnson of Kentucky is being mentioned as mOre than likely to be asked to become chairman and manage the contest for control of thenext Hoi Revival Seirvices Rev Robt Johnson and son Andrew of Wilmore are conducting a very sue cessful revival meeting at Mt Zion This meeting was begun on the 9th inst and will continue until the 23d inst Already there have been several additions to the church by profession qt faith Many more are expected to give up their sinful life and assume the robes of righteousness during the last week of the meeting Rev Johnson is a man of great in tellectual ability and a profound thinker as wellas a deep theologian and his workat Mt ZIon should leave everlasting effects Back From Holy Land igbtheLnd Lebanon Enterprise Edmond M Obrecht mane who has been in Jcrusrle11and the Holy Land for q a n r weeks past on a special mission for the Order of Trappists has returned home Father Qbrecht was accompanied home by the chief of the Trappist order whose headquarters are in Rome Af ter a visit to the monastery at Gethse mane he will leave for adslt to the other institutions of the order in the United States This is the first visit to tnis country of the head of the Trappists and he will be received with distinguished honors by the leading clergymen of the country The members of the order in Nelson county will give biql a particUlarly cordial reception r kJi j i L 1 LIG4L BRIEFS t Circuit Court Convenes Next Mon day With Light DocketQuar terly And Police Court Items Circuit Court convenes next Monday for the regularMay term As has been the case for some time tHe docKet is lightr The appearance docket consists of the following cases EQUITY MW Seay vs Arthur Gray etat W D Claybrooke Assignee etc vs F I Purdom etc W D Ferrell vs t H Nallyl W D ClaybrooKe Assignee etc vs Ellis Alford John W White ys Lizzie White Levi Satterly vs Alfred Satterly Levi Barber vs Cato Barber COMMON LAW Landstrum Buggy Co vs John L Barber Bank of Bryantsville vs JtM Smith Cunningham E Duncan vs Walter Foley I H F Y nkey vs Cumnorland Telephone and Telegraph CQ John Keen vs R H Edelen J K Cheatham vs J S Sutton Frank Leachman a c tredyouth was tredin Police Court Monday morning fora breach ot the peace committed in Nichols restaurant Sunday night It was shown by the evidence that Frank was considerably mellow from theuse of booze and was raising a general rough house to the disc nfort and con sternation of Nichols and his patrons and even inflicting bodily injury with aj brick bat upon some of the dusky pop ulation Frank drew a fine of 10 and trimmings Judge B L Litsey held Quarterly Court Monday While there were quite a number of cases on thektocket there were but few issues andcourtadjourned after having been in session but a short time The case of Lloyd vs Carney on appeal from a justices court was thrown out because of the failure of the plaintiff to alleg the amount that he pad been damaged bv the defendant Attorneys John W Lewis and T Scott Mayes representing Mr W C Mudd and W C McChbrd represent ing the Louisville and Nashville Rail road Co reached an agreement last week whereby Mr Mudd was paid damages for the injuries suffered by him last January when he was run into by the morning tram at the crossing below the power house The Attorneys have not made public the sum paid Mr injuredIit was no doubt a neat sam Death of Mrs Crume Mrs Sam M Grume died at the home of her Lather Mr Alex Yates near Mooresville last weekv Mrs Crume had ong been a sufferer from tuberculosis and several years ago went to New Mexicofor her health but as she did not improve returned lastfall and had since resided with her father Mrs Crume is survived by a family Her husband Dr Sam Crume died in New Mexico since her return to Kent ky Sauftey Nominated Stanfjord Ky May 17In one of the most exciting and warmly conduct ed Democratic primaries ever held in the Tnirteenth judicial district Judge M C Saufley was nominated for Cir cuit Judge over Judge John Sam Ows ley Both candidates reside here The district comprises four c unties Lin coin Poyle Garrard and Mercer and Judge Saufley carried all of them by good majorities His majority in the district will reach 1200 The unofficial majorities by counties are Boyle 202 Mercer 477 Garrard 261 and Lincoln 250 Owsley made the race on a tempera platform while Judge Saufley was known to oppose prohibition The victory of Saufleyis conceded to be a victory for the opponents of prohibi two as Owsley had the solid support of the prohibition element and the fight was made strictly on these lines Judge Saufley has served before as Circuit Judge of the district Judge Owsley is the present County Judge of Lincoln county x An Appealtothe Pride of the v Owner ofy- I V r si Home 7 By The Red Drug Store ii t Everyone who owns a home is anxious that that home shallmake the best appearicepossib1e To make a proper selection of HOUSE PAINTS keep in mind the fact that the cost of labor of spreading the paint is the greatest item in the cost of repainting The price of house paints is therefore ofno moment provided you will take Durability in consideration It costs just as much to spread pooixpaint as it does to spread the best paint consequently the article which preserves your building for the longest period is the cheapest The best paint isai IPure Linseed Oil Paint C for Linseed Oil is the lifegiving preservative element and combined with pigments which the manufacturer knows to be best adaptedand most durable makes the buypaintfandvarnishesor when you give an order to your painter for any paint ine and varnishing you want done that he uses the very bestof paint In1gework it is always best p have a practical painter but there are many1 little things about the house that you can readily finish yourself by using our readytoapply paints Come in and have a little paint talk withus Now is the time to brighten up your home Wecan tell you the best product to use for l1ypurposePOU may have in minda d secure complete finishing sketches for you Come in and let us figure with you on your Paints etc before buying elsewhere We have acpmplete line of Mixed Paints White Lead and Varnishes of every description In fact everything in the painting line We handle nothing but the best of Paints and our prices are made to suit all t Let us Figure with You l Before Buying Thee is a Satisfaction about a Well Painted House I t QUALITYDoes The bestpaint materials pure White Ladind Liri seed Oil properly applied give the house a finish that mixed paint will not1The quality lasts and serves boti forlooks and protection AVe tarry a full linepf paint ingmaterials all at the lowest rices Calla d let us figure on your job before buying and you will find us cheaper than any other house in this cit- yThe f T r J Red I Drug Store Springfield K a J ItLi i 4g IDLETTHOUGHTS1 i Of Editors And Others Sonief Wit And Humor at The Exvi pens of Our fathers t And Foibles f t WHY OT1Smi1e and the world smiles With you knock and you goit alone for the cheerful grin wiIIJetjcx in where the knocker is never Qwnr fr u4An exchange facetiously remarks Thanksgivingsclay language that t it looks like Turkey has had the stuffia il knocked out of her j t r tFThere are Jots of people in the1worW Who have the brains of annuls AIt7 they seem tofVbe able to do welItoeat sleep and kick Owenton News Herald V r Do yqu know how old base ball is Then just listen while we tell V It began when Rebecca of old Caught Isaac at the well Papa had just told Mary that she iiadll a little sister She began to jump 1 andrdown and clap her hands Sudden j1 ly she checked her transports to inquir tti11 anxiously Does mama know it yet The Delineator for June v if C A Missouri paper says One of our fe loud and leading prohibitionists isrthe exceedingly appropriate name ofvf Will Rain Harder i 0 WHen agirl is eighteen she iraagiii etlt that ever Jove letter is the advance agent of a marriage certificate Wi 1 Chester Democrat k 4 rI ieL A few drops of kerosene put in water v ji used in washing the window make tfc 4 rag slideeasierand give a jfoodpoHa fto the glass American Press IJ JThey must have pessum at the Whit House judging from the number eit visits Booker Washington is making there Ehzabethtown News rit tbring a child to the realizatiori qf lthe divine nature within him seems to me to be the highest duty of parental and edubatorsChanning i t It is told of an old farmer in Fayette county that he is so suspicious he ex i amines very carefully the fleece ot tevery sheep he buys to see if it isall fiwoo- lj VTi A prof4sor has discovered among T some ancient rums whatis suppose4vVjf to be the Eleventh Commandment The text is as loUows Emasrof yltpmorp tseyap uoht sselnu repapswea a daer ton tlahs uoht The command ment is easily translated by beginning at the end and reading backward Ex ShotubsjlRats under milliners W causing trouble in andthe falling out of hair on the heads of some ofour i pretty girls sad to relate Wigswillll comeaiext Western Magazine i i i 4 I7 What Heinrich drinking again Ir thought you intended to quit Pbt is so yes But in the words of the olt saying Der khost was willing bQts der meat vas feeble Boston Tran tf t script Say did you know when a businewi man advertises in his home paper helar wide awake and full of grace andis selling lots of goods The fellow that 1 doesnt advertise is getting ready to r take the bankrupt law and quit Put that In your pipe and smoke itGu i6 gow Times iiJtj Upon her hand he pressed his lipsir she said it wasntright but he didnfc seem to understand her hfdden n eaninjf quite I beg your pardon said hei f if it was out ofplace It surelyAwas the maid replied And thenh tf kissed her facerEtown News t l l One D A R proposes the division t7 of the Children ofthe AmeiicanReyc JContinuedop Page 84 lr 1 li iI 1ki i r t 1 1if 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN JWESNESDAY MAY 19 1909t 1 f e 1 t t 0 600 t is a the who we of mien t the is for we are more you to mal I if were going to on this your before ours thats the best way to ours and make our a it can got to be as about what we buy as you are about what buy Our care for must begin long before yours does Weve got to have the f right before we invite you to them t tc v fc are our choice right all Wwot in with and all other the best We offer beI the best clothes for you best clothes made on earth We for well asfor you in such clothes to you V t rj1 The Prices are low such clothes as these worth more than they cost value clothes r Ss i f I I We you to know their merits by them its the best service we J can render you Hart Marx sulks and here 18 h This the home of Hart t t l t il y1 4 if yce11 e The Public the People The building of good roads is having a beneficial effect on the ands of the United States From a small beginning the States have become by highways where one there were only a few qld fashioned In times there were roads Following the at the of the century the statesmen of the country earnestly ad vocated the of a great tional highway over mountain and IplaIDs people who were flocking over from the Southand East and front the foreign shores to wStae in = i J Congress in 1802 passed laws proved ing that part of the money received trom the sale of Western lands should be devoted the building ofa much needed highway that should extend from Maryland to the River which was then considered the extreme western boundary of the United States The original plan was make the tional highway sixtysix feet wide sim ilar toRoman Roads and this road was extended from Wheeling Va in at most a straight line through Columbus Terre Haute Ind to Vandalia then the capital of j Illinois This national highway j exerted a tremendous influence in the efforts made to settle the new Western States via railroads era and canals had not come into vogue The old roads were still used but the Western farmer could not prosper as fi1nallyNow in addition to railways and waterways there are serv cable oads in States most of these cart bp as is illustrated bv the magnificent State highways in which was a pioneer in this work Other large States also have highways commissions and large made annually for better roads The work of securing good roads must go on for some time betpre the desired retail can be secured Bad roadsare still too numerous and very close together in each State It is evident that the slightest saving in cost of hauling per ton would assume striking when considered for the whole country Figures show tour great crops travel in wagons rover the country roads 208432644 miles merely in being from the farm to the railroad shipping point It has also been established by thor theyaverage cost of hauling per mile is about 25 q f ordinary condition 12 cents on eartht roads containing ruts and mud 39 cents on sandy roads when dry 64 cents It is claimed that a reduction in the cost of haulfng from 25 to 12 cents would mean an average saving of over 250000000 This refers simply to stone roads in ordinary condition A saving ot to farmers through having proper roads is a matter of supreme importance All money saved in onhigh ways would mean more saving of the profits received for products carried to market In addition to tbese it is to estimate the remarkable increased value to which border good roads This increase in land values would offset largely the of building the roads From every point of view the build ing of highways on which travel is easy is today of paramount not only to farmers and drivers of sorts of vehicles but also to numerous trades which employ thousands of men on work that directly or is connected with on hFgh ways Farm Press For a burn or scald apply Chamber lams It will the al most instantly d quickly heal the in The Sun LOG per The Sup dnii OLD M l i a i i i SpeCiaIprjces ON 25oto 125 10 to 40 ctnts Rugs H 35c 45 50 cuts Wall Paper 4 to 25 cents Lace 35c to 25 to 3 5 ctnts r f r Special Prices pre- IiyaiI throughout the entire 7f VERY day good clothes day for ona suit proVercoat from this store makes a business dressing correctly style color weave pattern that right you anxious to help buy than merely e sale Naturally do business putting because preserve business strong befweve particular you your interests r ScKaffner Clothes X because theyre theyre quality perfectly tailored linings trimmings materials youltfhese clothes cause theyre the anywhere reworking ourselves as crenough are theyre vAwant wearing Schaffner overcoats to 30 storeis Schaffner Marx Cunningham Cp Springfield Ky TALKruddngof Highways Agitating development prosperity gridironed turnpikes t srfadviceofGeorge Washington beginning nineteenth construction na toaccommodate the the West i to Mississippi to na Westward Indianapolis and first undoubtedly early Transportation and but improved Massachusetts appropriations proportions tb transported goodl 5250000000 principally transportation advantages impossible lands expense importance indirectly ofI transportation Salve allay Pain HaydonSpringfield yearj Mattings I to 250- 0Linoleurns to house man puts a principal interests as Broods Marx possible bringing clothes Duncan d1T revolutionary rev all are are all CourierJournal rSEEDS Carpets Curtains Shades Hart A Scalded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would die JBuck lens Arnica Salve wholly cured him infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fever Sores Boils Skin Emotions Chilblains Chapped Hands Soon routs Piles 25c at Haydon Robertsons GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS THE SUrGROWING KIND Are a safe proposition for us because we can buy them under a guarantee that any shipment found to be ulUti factory can be returned at the shippers expense That means no chance of our having poor seeds in stock Doesnt that make GOLD MEDAL SEEDS a pretty gooduproposition frYou 1 J Mr Trent WHIisbufg Ky L tE I I r L t i Ilf 0 iI THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MY 19 i9d9J 1r f l 3 S tr AIARtTIAYOf Jj COPYRIGHT IJIBY DODD PlEAD AND COMPANT Entreat me not to leave thee he read or to r turn from following after thee for whither thou goest 1 will go and where thou longest I will lodge p1ypeopleshall be my people and thy GodmyGtfoV He stoppedito ponde over the pdetry of the Jinps 1Ind of pretty aint it Polly said oftly She felt awkward and con wedtare more beautiful things thanthat Douglas assured her en thusiastieally as the echo of many luch rang in his ears openedwideYes Indeed he replied jpityincr more and more the starvation of mind mnd longitfg to bring to it floods otilight and enrichment I guess Id like to hear you spIeli and she fell Ja studying him Yotf would he asked eagerlyJuIs there any more to thai story she 1questlonesWould you read me a little She was very humble now morefIt Where thou diest will I dje and there will I fee burled The Lord do so to me and more also If aught but death part me and thee Their eyes met There was a long pause Suddenly the sharp sweet notes of the church bell brought John Douglas to his feet with a start of surprise Save you got to go Polly asked f regretfully v YesI must but Ill read the rest whidow1MandydVor and quickly down the stairs j L Frfz1NTREAT SoT TO HE CHAPTER V- IlWIHEN John Douglas uncle of to educate his the ministry the boy WfmI enthusiastic than his mother He did not remonstrate however for it had been the custom of generations for at least one son of each Douglas family to preach the gospel- of Calvinism ang his fathers career as arnirchltect and landscape gardener had not lft him much capital Douglas senior had b recognized as an artist by the few who under tood his talents but there is small demand for the builder of picturesque houses in the little business towns of middle west and at last he passed away leaving his son only the burden of his financial failure and an ardent desire to succeed at the profession In which ilp father had fared so badly The hopeless defeated look on the de partedmans face had always haunted the boy who was artist enough to feel his fathers genius intuitively and human enough to resent the injustIce of his fate Douglas mother had suffered eo much because of the impractical ef forts of her husband that she dlscol1r1- aged the early tendencies of son toward drawing and mathematics and tried to direct his thoughts toward and Bible history When he went away for his collegiate course she was less in touch with him and he was able to steal time from his ath letics to devote to his art He spent his vacations in a neighboring city be fore a drawing board In the office of a VistIngnished architect his fathers friend Douglas was not a brilliant divinity atuSenand Jie was relieved at last t 1 when hef received ills degree in theol- Ogy and found himself appointed to oI small chiirch In the middle west His step was very bright the morning be first went up the path that led to hjs new home His artistic sense was j charmed by the picturesque approach to the iChurch and parsonage The view toward the tree encircled spire was unobstructed for the church had been built on the outskirts of the town to allow for A growth that had not elrjbackgroundclouds The smell of the fresh earth the bursting of the buds the forming of new life set him thrilling with a Joy that was very near to pain 1He stopped halfway up the path considered the advantages ota new front to the narrow eaved cot tage and when his foot touched the first step ofthevlne covered porch he was far mQre concerned about a new portico than with anythought of his first sermon utIa smile of welcome on her black face an unmistakable ambition to take him Immediately under her motherly wing She was much concerned because the church people had not met the new pastor at the sta houseIhad purposely avoided their seortlpreferrlnF to come to his new the time alone she made up her mind that she was going to like him Mandy had long been a fixture in the parsonage She and her worse half Hasty Jones had come to know and ME LEAVE THEE READ ffie creeds and first discuss the weaknesses of the man clergymen who had come and gone the deacons and the congregation both individually and collectively She con fided to Hasty that she dliint blame de new pltonfernot wan tin to mix up wid dat ar crowd In the srtudy that night when she and Hast hi ilped Douglas to unpack his many boxes of boo s they were en eras children about the drawings and pictures which he showed them His mind had gone beyond the parsonD age front now and he them the advantage of adding an ex tra ten feet to the church spire Mandy felt herself almost an artist when she and Hasty bade the pastor good night for she was stiU qulyerjng from the contagion of Deuglas1 enthu jslasm Here at lost was a master who could do something besides find fault with her HI Jes wan to be on de groun dp firs time dat MarS Douglas arid dat ere Deacon Strong clinches she said to Hasty as they locked the doors and turned out the hall light Did you done see hid jaw she whispered He look luughln enough now but jes you wait till he done set dat ere Jaw 0 hisrr and dar olnt nobody whats goln er unsot It Maybe darvajnt goln ter be no ManIdysere sz akin Widow Willoughby al ready atellIn de deacons how ter start de new parson agoln proper NQvwhy youse always aplckln n todnt ere WIlOWi asked Iiasty rend enjoying the explosion which he knew his defense of the widow wits jIIus br an l uitalrstryIng swered Mandy shortly She turned John Douglas was busy already with pencil and paper making notes of the plans for the church nnd- parsonage w aAlasfornot many weeks before he understood with n heavy heart that the deacons were far too duJI and uninspired t6 share his fnlth In beauty itts an aid to mans spiritual uplift IlT think weve done pretty well by church said Deacon Strong who was the f business head the political thelw to buyln and bulldin operationsswas too active to content Itself wholly with the writing of f sermons and the routine of formal pas toil calls fie was a keen humhni kbeodisappointthentslage unfortunates some of whom were outside his congregation The men tally sick the despondent who needed words of hope and courage more than dry talks on theology found In him an ever ready friend and adviser and these came to love and depend orthim But he was never popular with the creed bound element of the church Mandy Jiad lier wish about being on the the mjawThe deacon had called at the parson age to dcmandtbat Doucjas put a stop to the boys lH4 IUJJ UU nllln the ad- joinIng lot on Sunday Douglas had been unable to see the deacons poInt of view He declared that baseball was a healthy and harmless form of exercise that the air was meant tobe breathed and that the boys who en joyed the game on Sunday were prin cipaUy those who were kept indoprs by work on other days The close of the Interview was unsatisfactory both to Douglas and the deacon Dey kinder made me cold an prickly all up an down de back Mandy said later when she described their talk to Hasty Dat ere deacon don know nuffln bout glttih rouu deparson She tossed her head with a feeling of superiority She knew the way Make him forget himself with a laugh Excite bis sympathy with some village underdog Continued next week 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 it through the mucous surfaces Suich articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they is ten fold pfromufactured by F J Cheney Co Toiledo 0 contains no mercury and uponthesvstem In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure yr u get the genuine itistak vbyfree Soldby druggists 75c per bottle nstipationfSun and Times 350 I siansjFREE Sewing Machine runs I than any IoFREE lasts longer than any other mEE is more tcautiful tnan any other tLRECLas lea a vibration than any otne- rt FREE caeidtoIB operate than any other Ib1REEmakes a more perfect gtitcn tnan any ptncr t6beFPJE isthebest of all corn Iinc4n one FREE SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO n ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK CO Agent Springfield ICy FARM AND STiCK Items of Interest to farme ard- LiveStock and Poultry Raisers c In the summer guard against excessive heat by providing shade whenever practical Chicks suffer as much from excessiye heat as from cold arid arem edy for the former is more difficult Five cents worth of Fish Berries from any drug store crushed in a pint of whjsky rubbed oh turkeys affected with lice will kill the lice Apply every two weeks v Carrots are especially good for cows nd horses while a few mang olds for cows sheep and hogs promote health and growth For poultry they make a perfect substitute for green feed or other kind A scalylegged h i n should never be used as a sitter ora brood hen for she W ilY invari lV give this foultrouble- ot the w ole brood for it is easily transmissi Die as the stalemite will leave the feet of the mother for those of the gr wing chickens and we have een chickens a few months old in fected with the disease and communicated to them by the moth r hen A Pennsylvania dairyman who has epJ a record sa sit takes 150 quarts f milk to produce a calf that will w eigh 160 pounds at four weeks His recDrd of feeding 80 calves showed 12 000 quarts 6f milk and for which he re ceived 481 pr four cent per quart and the calyes did the milking He says the calves must be good ones not lit Ie runty Jerseys Feed laying hens a dry masn composed of different grains that make a ration balanced to contain all the ele ents in the egg For egg production green bone is essential Corn is good in winter but do not feed too much of it in summer In winter ling hens hoUld have part of their food ground utshould have enough unground grain to give them the necessary exercise to pidk it up This should be fed in the mornihg Alfalfa meal is good for egg production and grits and shells are necessary Charcoal is a tonic fr hens and they should have all they want of it FIthow to handle sheep that they clear TOO per cent upon their investment Per- Haps not every farmer could do that but certainly by better management most farmers can Increase their profits Do riot let the geese or ducks for fat teninghave access to the water Feed liberally on a ration of barley meal cornmeal beef scraps and some chopped vegetables Keep them in a subdued light and keep their quarters clean Let themgd 24 hours without fe d be fore killing 1 Sunshine is better than medicine An abundance of sunlight in the cow tables so arranged that it may reach every part of thestable iol1e of the best pfeventatives of disease When selJaIrateht which it is impossible to obtain n any other way Asparagus is a native of Europe but- si adapted to all parts of the Unit a States Asparagus is one of the most of the garden Vegetables It js ctly hardy never fails to produce a crop is one of the hrst vegetables to be obtained in the spring and may be used until the middle of June Perhaps no other vegetable is more highly esteemed by those who are accustomed to its use It has also a beneial effect upon the health of the consumer in its very favorable action upon the kidneys Strange Death The Danville Advocate says that Mrs Fannie Vaughn 70 years of age died at hqr home in Shelbv City Friday morning after a brIef illness of pneumonia She was a devoted member ot the Christian church and one of the most highly respected ladies in that locality Although it was evident that she was dead her bpdy con tinijefV warm throughou Saturday Undertaker W C Surber came Saturday morning tot place her remains in the coffin and found her body still warm twentyfour hours after her death The undertaker re fused to place the body in the coffin anda messenger wasdispatched fora physician who again declared that she was dead Her remains were taken to her old home in Taylor coun ty for burial Kills Her foe of 20 Years The most merciless enemy 1 had for 20 years declares Mrs JamesDuncan lisuffering and could scarcelysleep After many doctors s yerull- do tors me I tried Electric completelyNowold and am overjoyed to get my health and strength backa iinlorIndi gestion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trou Complamt8itsRobeitsonsS iI I t T A GREAT BARGAIN MADE BY THE SUN J t0 67OFoR325From 1 offer the following subscription bargain i HOME AND fARM t SouthA t to the home and farm tREGULAR PRICE One Year 60c THE SUN Your local paper the news ofyour home townand affordtoREGULAR PRICE One Year i 4 1 OO THE COSMOPOLITAN V The peoples magazine The most populartoday fIt is unnecessary to say anything about it It stands in foremost rank Mailed direct to you until January 1 191- 0REGULAR f PRICE h 1 2o I 1909 WALL ATLAS Engraved especially for the Evening P stat a cost4i of 3500 Printed m colors six pages Y28x36 for ofTJniedofarms tenma Kentucky United States World Hawaii Porto RicoK Islands Alaska Pana directoryofRETAIL PRICE 150 THE EVENING POST J pagesdailypage sporting pages most State news fair and fear less editorials latest serial stories interesting car toons womans pages best local pages childrensfdepartment want 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COUNTY JUDGEB L Litsey il COUNTY CLERK WF Booker CIRCUIT CLERK Rob t COUNTY ATTORNEYT Scott Mayes Ll SHERIFFS J Anderson i SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT W Bush JAILERGeo D Catlett t r AssESSOaW Mitchellw SURVEYOR Wm G Roberts I Sun and Times 350 If you are thinking of a new suit for your self or boy it will pay you to call on us we have a surprise for you Dont fail to see our stock We are also offering some extra good things in tens Boys SHOES OATS SHIRTS AND TIES quean always find the neweshereJ Special Prices are feeing made in our Ladies Suit and Skirt department See the new ar rivals in silk and satine Petticoats Lingerie waists etc t You Should Visit Our Carpet Department IfYou are looking for the Best for the Least Money We will appreciate acajL No trouble to show goods here and we have lots of them to show = INCORPORATED KENTUCKY eIa al el A BUSINESS PARABLE Once a farmer hail 1800 bushels of wheat which he sold nor to a single grain erchant but to 1800 different dealers a bushel each A few of them paid in cash but far the greater num ber said it was riot convenient then they would PaYlaterA few months passed arid the mans bank account ran- IQwHow is this1 he said My 1800 bushels of grain should have kept me in affluence until another crop is raised but I have parted with the grain and have instead only a vast ngmjber of accounts so small and scattered that I cannot get around and collect fast enough to pay eXpenses So he post ed up a public notice and asked all those who owed him to pay quickly But few came The rest said Mine is only a small matter and I will go and pay some pf tnese days fO getting that though each account was very small when all Were put together they meant a large sum to the man Things weal dn thus The mangnt to feeiingv so badly that he fell out of bed arid aWoke and running to his gram ery found his 1800 bushels of wheat still safe there He had only been dre mlngMoral The next day the man went to the publisher of his paper and said Here sir is the pay for your paper andwhen next years sub scription is due you can depend on me to pay promptly I stood in the position of an editor last night and I know how it feels to have ones honestly earned money scattered all ove the country in small amounts Ex Kentucky Star Flour Best made Ie eelele el STOCKMENNOTICE o i f 1ISpringfield and Washington Co Farmers and Stockmen wanting to contract with WR MORGAN Veterinarian at 65 per year to do their Veterinary Doctoring MedicalilinColts Stockmen this is very reasonable but I am doing this in order to get a rig of my own so I can make my prices more rea sonable to the Farmers and Stockmen of rJ Washington County For further particuW Tars call on me at niv office at the Spring- fieldjf Hotel Respectfully t f W R Morgan VS ssrtllII ss Ss SsT- i SS SiSSSSsS S1 t t r l iy r r Dr G1T1Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office 1n flagon Block up stairs i Local News Notes Great bargains in Millinery at Miss WILLIE KNOTT BUY the R G Corset at Grundy McIntireSA full and gyIwhips from 8c to 100 at J THOMAS Get a stylish new Shirt Waist from Mrs Williams Mr K Pmkston of Beechland has sold his farm of 50 acres to Mr Newell Hardin for 70 per acre Possession given January 1 1910 Prices cut to onehalf oIl all Spring Millinery in order to close out my en tire stock MRS NANNIE MULLIGAN Over Peoples Bank See our50c Shirts they look kelshirt Grundy Mclntire Rare bargains in Millinery at Mrs Williams this week Dont miss them Buggies and Wagons for saleby A C Kimball One suit cleaned sponged and pressed for 75c by Springfield Cleaning and Pressing Club For the best and latest styles in Millinery at the lowest price see Miss Willie Kriotts If you want strong healthy chickens and turkeys feed them Enterprise Poul try J gapesSold Buy Rapid Shine Stove Polish 5c per box JOE A SHADER Try Kentucky Star Flour Itsmatte like grandfather used to make it For Brown doubleshovelplows five plow cultivators fourteen tooth Harrows Disc IIrrovsTob cco Setters and American Fence call on = A C KIMBALL Use Kentucky Star Flour to bake your Cakes and make Biscuits Its light pure white and healthful SAY Your Buggy needs Painting See A C Kimball at oldCasey Shop on Main street FOR SALE One firstclass secondhand upright Fisher piano Will sell reasonable For further information call on ED M RUSSELL Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made likegrandfather used to make it r F t Ten Ladies Spring Suits to close at cost See them Grundy Mclntire We guarantee satisfaction when we sell ahat The best for the lowest price Miss WILLIE KNOT look at my hot weather goods Straw Hats andjLi ht Underwear before elsewhere T P J THOMAS Big reductions in the price of millinery at Mrs Williams Ladies trimmed hats from 150 up Childrens from 50 cents up See them it will pay you Carpets and Mattings at Grundy McIntire i Yankey Montgomery Co shipped three Joads of hogs and sheep Tuesday This is the first sheep and lambs they haye stooped this season- FouNDBetween r the Walton Hotel and Condors blacksmith shop a bunch of keys Anyone calling at this office and proving property and paying for this local can have same FOUND In front of this office a cjieck on The Bank of Maynard lfay nard Arkmade payable to John Smith by R Pr Jones Owner cinhave same by paying for this local Call at this office In order to close out my entire stock of Spring Millinery I have cut the prices to onehalf Greatest opportunity of the season L MRS NANNIE MULLIGAN Over Peoples Bank The infant son of Mr and Mrs Wal ter Willett died last Saturday and was buried from St Rase Sunday morning J When paying your subscription next Monday County Court Day just say send me The Kentucky Farmer three months ITS FREE to those paying up in ad vance and to new subscribers Rev Hamilton of the Baptist Semi narv ol Louisville will preach at Val ley Hill school next Sunday at 3 p m and will probably cbntiriuethe services throughout the entire week Everyone is cordially invited to attend Let yourorderIfor a daily paper The Sun and Daily Louisville Times one year for 350 The Sun and Post one year for 350 The Sun and Daily Herald one year for 325 The Sun f arid Weekly Courier Journalone year for 150 Mr Leo Haydon proprietor of the the Red Cross Drug Store has installed a handsome large clock in his drug store Mr Haydon announces that the clock is a seven day clock and that he will wind it up so that it will run down every Saturday and during the week he will supply his customers with a time card on which they can guess at what time the clock will stop The one guessing the closest to the time will be given 200 Kentucky Star Flour Best made A I 0 iff ll l i ii ii i LET US TEST YOUR EYES and fitGLASSES fitKe 21 JSW WATCHES IN tilWe can Suit You in Everythin 1ttb Jewelry tED M RUSSELL f ifr ifr + ifr t ft lIoRIALEA latestmodel No5 Oliver typewriter This machine in hrstclass condition been used only three months For further par ticulars and terms apply atthis office Ladies Wash Shirts 100 to 250 Grand McIntire The St Catherines Alumnae Assoc a tion will set a County Court dinner at the bowling alley near the depot on day in this month The ladies willhaye all thepsth-atone may want and cordially invite the visitors in town to come and help a good cause Anyone wishing to contribute a basket for the dinner is kindly requested to leave same at the bowling alley on the morning of County Court day Before It Is Too Late If you have a grayhaired mother In the old home far away Sit you down and write the letter You put off from day to day Dont wait until her weary steps Reach heavens pearly gate But show her that you think of her Before it is too late If you have a tender message Or a loving word to say Dont wait till you forget jt But whisper it today Who what bitter memories May haunt you if you waltISo make your loved one happy Before it is too late The tender words unspoken The letters never sent The long forgotten messages The wealth of love unspent For these some hearts are breaking For these some loved ones wait Show them that you care for them Before it is too late George Bancroft Griffith in La Porte City Ia Press Protect Your Families With Life Insurance t l We can furnish you with that is selfsupporting in cz se of total disability and OUt 20 year contracts are guaranteed to pay out in 15 years If you intend to purchase Life Insurance call on Leo Haydon or Lee representing the Southern National Life Insurance Co E TJ WIGGINTON General Agent i forced Into Exile Wm Unchurch of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from home Mountain air he thought would cure a frightful lung racking cough that had defied all rem edies for two years After six months stepsThenhe writes and after tak ing six bottles I am as well as ever It saves thousands yearly from desper ate lung diseases Infallible for Coughs and Colds it disfSels Hoarseness and Sore Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asthm Croup Whoop mg Cough 50c and 100 free guaranteed by Haydon Robert son We have just Brought on the Greatest Line of i est style Glasses and any style Rims We can furnish you withy tlebest grade 61 goods at the Lowest Prices BARGAINS Line t + having CountyCourt Insurance VanArsdalc Discovery MCINI IRE Those from this place who attended the K C me tingiLouisvi11eSunaay were Messrs T E Ballard Robert Me Intire and Paul Keene rMissvisiting relatives here Mr T Corbett and wife Mrs Jennie Gorbett arid little son RBspent Sunday at this place Mr John Medley a1dspnJ Albert were in Louisville a few days last week the guests of Mr Medleys sons Messrs Leo and Manuel Medley Mr Thomas Blanford and wife visited relatives in Marion county this week Mr Sim ODaniel and son Archie of Lebanon were guests of Mesdames Jim and Liim Montgomery recently Miss LeoraBlanford is still with Miss iLouise Montgomery who has bejen quite ill Mr Clell Pile had the misfortune to lose two very fine colts lately Cause unknown Mr Tom Simms of Louisville Tsrguest of his daughter Mrs R L Clements Miss Elizabeth Smith of this place and Mr Edwin Smith of Bloomfield were published at St Rose Sunday for the first time Mis s Ida Johnson and Mr Albert Cecil were quietly married at BUncoe last Tuesday morning The attendants were Messrs Will Johnson and Cecil Rev Father Pieters performed the cer emony The bride wore a beautiful white princess dress and a large picture hat to match After High Mass the bridal party withafew intimate friends repaired to the home of the rides parents where a sumptuous breakfast was served They have best wishes fota long arid happy married life Mr Alex Kelly of this place has gone to Topeka Kansas to make his future home May good luck gpwith him rt Miss Ella Osbozne and sister Miss Mattie have returned home after spending a few months in theCity Mr Mike Shanahan wife and chil dren of Simmstown visited his mother Mrs Nan Shanahan recently Miss Fannie Smith of Louisville has returned home The irfant son of Mr and Ms W Willett died last Saturday and was buried the following day at St Rose The community deeply sympathizes with the bereaved parents Mrs Tom Kidwell is on the sick list Young Girls Are Victimst of headache as well as older women but all get quick relief and prompt curec from Dr Kings New ife Pills the f worlds best re nedyfortsick and ner vous headabhes They make pure blood and strong nerves and build upVyour health Try them 25c at Robertsons JT H LADIES AND GENTLEMEN i of Washington County I desire to most sincerely thank my friends of Springfieldand Washington Countv for their liberal patronage during the past year and assure them that it was appreciated 1 t am conscious of the fact that I treated fair ly in every instancesold you goods at the lowest possible prices and hall ofmy customers will testify that the goods pur chased were good quality Ir will expect a tliberal portion of your patronage during the coming year and assure you of the same lair treatment you have always received iromme I now have on hand some extra nice flowers and plants that Iam offering to you at rea sonable prices and have always ready for you the nicest of Vegetables which I can deliver to you at any time Phone me at the Hertlein farm Yours Respectfully JOHN TULLIUS i lilIIT IIIlei j 4 s aY ydy t rw a i aypi I J j y = THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 19 1909 5 1 + ++ i +++ ++ ffItp Greatest Bargains Ever Offered c + c In Pianos Ii t tit + I have two b4utifulupright Mahogany Pianos 7 that I vi11 sell ata GREAT EDUCTION I must 4ic16sethem out in order to make room for other goods 4 youSfit rI and f can be seen at E M Russells Jewelry Store pdayr r ondjhe eOdS mud be closedout not later than t next Monday in order to be ready for the roods that are coming You will be agrecaWy surprisedwhen you see + + the handsom Piands and hear the low prices TELEPHONE 165 fi CHBOHANNO + + + + VALLEY HILL j i t your correspondent has been on the tsick list for several days and the read- ersI oti our letters will excuse a feeble f I attempt this week we hope tiCril planting is finishedin this see 0 tion and an unusual acreage is reported due we presume to the shortage and high prices existing at present V The wheat crop is very favorable for an abundant yield this season if a good season is experienced and no insects in fest the glowing fields of farmers have hadMany our considerable losses this spring in their swine herds due to cholera and other jnfectious diseases Robt Thompson the local wool buy4 Ser of this place received wool here Monday Good wool has a ready sale q at 30c 4 Tatum Brown shipped a carload of fiehog8 to Tatuni Emery at the vv Bourbon yards Louisville Tuesday Ernest Goatley who has been on the sick list is now convalescent l iss Lulie May Janes of Springfield r visited Miss Ruby ONeal at this place f i Saturday John Polin of Poortown was in our midst Saturday Misses Nora and Claudie Piles of Mc Intire visited their grandmother here Sunday Mr and Mrs J F Head of near- toWn visited friends here Sunday Rev A C Pmkston filled his regular y appointment here Sunday The usual crowd was in attendance Mrs Chas Litseyand daughter of Litsev were guests of relatives here J Sunday i We are glad to learn that Mrs Earle Whitemen again convalescent J i W R Moran is at home with his par erits to spend vacation after attending school m Springfield the past session Miss Nannie Head h returned to her home here after an extended visit Ito her grandmother at East Texas Lewis Head has returned to his home here after a brief visit to relatives near town Byron Parks of Springfield had a very valuable mare to dieat this placfe on last Friday from founder He was returning from Louisville with several horses anda black mare ate too much Iorn and oats which resulted in her death in a short time F MOran recently purchased a quantity of corn of Palmer Goatley at 75c per bushel Peytpn Briggs sold his entire crop of- cornto J F Gregory at 80c per bushfel last wee Walter Briggs was in Springfield Fri day on business Robert Moran visited relatives at Pleasant Grove Saturday and Sunday Several from this place attended the ball game at Litsev Saturday IRev and Mrs W A Wolfe were of friends here Monday Mr and Mrs Henry Wellsof Springfield Hubert Virginand wife of Maud were guests of Mrs Palmer Goatley Sunday IRE Pinkston who has been preach t the home of M r Ti Tatum on the third Sunday in each month has changed the date to the first Sunday afternoonin each month HAPPY HOLLOW Mr Solomon Kays arid family spent Sund with Mrs Bellzdna Hanby of this place Mr Sabe Coulter and family spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr Samuel Coulter Messrs Ernest Shewniaker and Vial ter Hanby attended meeting at Willis burg Sunday Mrs Erastu Perkins spent from Fri day Until Sunday with her father Mr John Armstrong arid family Mr Edward Hanby and wife attended meeting at Rock bridge Sunday Mrs John Armstrong and daughter attended meeting at Willisburg Sunday and dined with Mr J W Walls arid family Mrs Bellzpna Hanby and two song spent last Sunday and Monday with the family of Mr Lee Settles nIday0o ItMow Now is the time to get rid of your rheumatism You can dosQ by applying Chamberlains Liniment Nine cases out of ten are simply muscular rheuma tism due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism and yield to the vigorous application of this liniment Try it You are certain to be delighted with th quick relief which it affords Sold by The Leo Haydon Drug Coc THE PUREST I eG J Ice CreamIce Cream furnished in quarts half gallon or i 23 or more gallons in half hour notice Plain Vanilla Cream oer gallon 125 Any kind of Fruit Cream per gallon 150I TuttiFruiti Cream per gallon 200 Brick Cream per gallon 1 50- Sherbert r any ikind per gallon 100 Mixed Fruit Sherbert per gallon 150 Order some for Your Sunday Dinner Fresh Cakes Rolls Pies Etc Try our Cream Bread Katie Hertlein Brai CALL ON US i I IwTEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT Pain or Danger I AII Wnrlf Bpne in this office Is first I I andjustmOver McElroy Shaders Grocery 5S Q I 0 sGoooqoaioiiacPersonal o Visitors In and Out of Town A oJRound Up of the Weeks 0I Personal News 0Q 00 00000 OOOqao Mrs David Litsey has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Archie Hayes of Louisville Miss Louise Medley has returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs Thos l edley1 of Owensbbro and Miss Estelle Kelly of Louisville Mrs A H McChord of Lebanon is visiting friends here Mr Hugh Stiles of Danville was =here the first of the week A Mrs Fred Hagan visited in Leba non Tuesday Miss Fannie F Smith who has been in Louisville for the past six weeks hajs returned home Mr Jesse Rapier of Bardstown visited friends here Sunday SJI C ShaderJ Jr who has been at home for the past two weeks vill return to St Marys Thursday Messrs C C Cambron and C C McGill pf Lebarionwer in town Sat urday iI1 Miss Nellie McGiMt asa home from St Catherine to spend Saturday and Sunday v e Miss Jennie AdamS of theGrundy Home is visitingsin Louisville Mr Eugene Qraycrof t who former ly lived here but wha now lives in Dallas Tex visited relatives here for a few days lastweekS Mr J Chas Greene attended the dance at fiardstown last week Mr Perry Marks who is now living in Louisville is visiting his parents at this place V MrL W F Trusty and children spent the weekend with Mrs Trustys mother Mrs Alice Miller I at New Hope MiesSillie McElroy and tHadgie Brown have returtfed home after a de lightful visit to Mrs Finley Scruggs in Oklahoma City Mrpr J Miller of Willisbur was m town Monday Mr Tom Prather spent Monday in thwnSryMr Steve Noe of Lebanon spent Monday in town on businefr Messrs Will RusselNealBobiltt- nd Robert McClellan are enjoying a BigBeachMrs Len Tattingly and Mfss Kath erine Spaldingof Lebanon visited here Monday r I Messrs J S Yankey Sr and J S Yankey Jr and Master Johnnie Peter went toLouisviIle Tuesday with stock Commonwealths Attorney R L Durham of Greensburg hAs been in town this week Messrs T Scott Mayes and W F Gngsby are but inthe county this week on business Misses Mary Wakefield and Hallie Houstbn of Maud spent Monday in town Mrs W C McChord and Miss An nie McChord spent Monday in Louis yule feev W H Williams has returned from Louisville where he has been at tending the Southern Baptist Conven tion Mr and Mrs JW Hoke of Bloom field were guests of the Walton Monday Dr GT Burton is at Crab Orchard Springs attending the dental conven tion Mr and Mrs W F Grigsby spent Sunday at MtZion DrS J Smock who is now living in Glasgow Ky 1is visittng here r Miss Laura Baker who has been ill of tonsilitis is improving Mr J F Pettiis spent Saturday in Louisville Miss Lifczie Haydon spent Sunday in Bardstown Mr Evan JHagan was in Lebanon Monday Mjs Grume who has been visiting her sonDr Ernest Crurrfe at Freder icktown has t dty1i r home in I DanyilleiTv41 V i J t v 7 4 515 i Rev PF Henness yhas returned home after a weeks stay in Cincinnati Mr John Handy who has been at tending school here the past year will leave Saturday for Wilmore tospend few days with his parents before going to Kansas City to make his home n Misses Mildred Spalding and Grif Shuck and Mr Jas Spalding of Leba non visited friends here last Friday Mr Morrie Durrett spent Sunday in LouisvilleS Mr and Mrs Walter Leachman were in Lebanon SundayS Mr Heffernan Rubel of Lebanon was in town Monday- Mr John Wyc ff of Lebanon was here Sunday 7l4r Muir Briggs and Mr Clyde Brown visited t friends in Springfield Sunday Mr L 0 McCarty is visiting his parents iir Henry county Mrs Lizzie Durrett has returned home after a visit to friends in Louis ville Rev RL Purdom attended the Southern Baptist Convention in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs Edwin Carlisle Litsey and little daughter Sarah Selecman Litsey of Lebanon spent Sunday afternoon and Monday morning with Mrs Litseys parents Judge and Mrs W E Selecman and family The many friends of Capt Ike pastf9urhe is able to return to his duty as conductor on the local passenger train- Mr W B Spears has been quite ill for the past tew days haying been threatened with inflammation of the bladder He is some better today and shows every indication of recovering Miss Laura Butler of New Hope Ala Miss Pearl Butler of Scottsboro Ala and Mr J1C Butler of New Hope Alawho haVe been the guests ot Mr and Mrs W D Claybrdoke at their country home the past week re turned home this morning Mr CH Bohann n the piano man in making his regular visits to The Sun dropped in yesterday to have a little talk Mr Bohannon says he has just returned from a two weeks tripin the mountains where there is I nothing but rattle snakes ginseng Republicans and Baptists and that he enjoyed his trip very much Mrs JqhnC Shader entertained the players of the St Marys base ball team at dinner Saturday evening B Shader is a student at St Marys and the boys whO were entertained are his schoolmates The following young men were the recipients of Mrs Shaders hospitality Leo Kerin Audrey Fox Thos Shea Geo Johnson Sylvester Sullivan John Hughes Chas Graves and Joe Jacquemin1 Last Sunday about twenty members of the Knights of Columbus frorn this cduntv went to Louisville to dttend an initiation there when eightyone candidates were inducted into the order About sixty went from Bardstown and all returned on a special train that night Among those from this county who attended were SoJ Anderson A WatheqSiminsW Robertson Jr Arthur McvijQj L D Baker B D Clements Tommy HamiK toh Paul Keene T E Ballard obtII Mclnfirie Geo Mclntire and Thompson Cj Base Ball J Speaking of base ballof course when a reporter sees a good thing he Teports it but we didnt seeJt Even in the modern dayswnen law yers doctorspreachers millers and skilled farmers shake off the manacles of daily toil and hie out to the diamond to enjoy a social garaeo the national sport in which great enthusiasm is aroused and much interest manifested we meet with sad disappointments in the outcome of a game What is mor disheartening than to lose sleep time and patience thinking of such an enjoyable time to be spent on the diamond or irr the bleachers viewing the excel lent playing of shrewd ball fiends and then meet a miserable pretense instead Such deception was shown by the Rag- Weed team on last Saturday when they boldly went to Poortown to play that invincible Litsey League Even had the nerve to invitea crowd tosee their finish and they saw it to the tufce of 17 to 6 At first a good game was promised with L D Wnlker ot Valley Hill twirling and Oscar Walker behind the bat and a bunch ot well we thought ball players behind them but deceived doesnt spell it The first inning was a good one resulting 5 to 0 in favor of the Rag Weeds but alas VanArsdale came dOwn to his usual form and pitched great ball Haynes behind the hat was th leading feature as he made several stinging stops of those celebrated Miller curves r In fact there were several featuresdesering especial mention esr pecrally the hits by Polin Hopper Lit f 555 + ef tf f + i ft I Housekeeper W t OF SPRIHGRELD AND WASHINTONCOtINTyi = s wv t y Our Ten Pay f tit I Furniture Sale r Ifit Lt rrr Opens Tfiti t VT v A W W We are offering opportunities of a life time iIi our line I = The following are a few Specials i 7+fit titr + At LESS THAN COST fir A Handsome Satin Finsh Brass Bed worth 65 eale price4eOO +iX A Solid polish Brass Bed worth 3500 sale price 2250 2000iT40411 Solid Mahogany Colonial Pattern Dresser worth 39 2250Solid Mahogany Colonial Pattern Chiffonier worth 30 li Beautiful Dining room suite Less n- 2i+ One 4J foot Buffet Quartered Oak Polished Clawfeet 5900WCjawfeet worth 4000 sale price 3000 tOne Handsome China Closet to match worth 40 sale price 3000 + Iw 50IIt tit t t+ sey and Haynes After the first two innings the Valley Hill star pitcher air and it was hard to tell whether he was our local pitch or Orville Wright the expert aeroplane dr1v rtbut he came down at the end of 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know what time I got in as the dad had had a notion to mow down my allowance for a couple of moons past Ties al ways preaching about early worms and birds and opportunity and things I could see my fond parents wait Ingup for m with tracts but I braced the game and in I went Noth ing doingno parental greeting house like a tomb Then I Heard a soft peep from the head of the stairs Tommy Is that jipu 4Stfre says I were you looking for some one else9 Come on up says sis theres a lot doing Inaml utesayS I I Joc ted the tousiycended to the upper deck The proud and l ppyautborof my beIng nd the publisher of the same were doing some kind of a splash act do Tommy says sis Tjn so glad youve come were all going to be drowned i 4Sis was skylarking around the main cabin in mQsq ito netting she called a balhgown andthe fond ana dutifUl parents were likewise attired Thomas says the governor it is three oclock and you may as well spend the rest of the evening profitably We realr much wearied with the unaccustomed exertion With this hetiands me apail The citys reservoir was backing up Into our tub and the family was dipping it out and pouring it into the Q to Sweep the Dust Off the Lake Says r Sarcastically washbowl J could see what would happen if we didnt bail it outthe ranch would float down the street in ajjout twO hours by the clock TheE more I bailed the less good it did took about 97 pails of water tofthat thing and It was no joke either as my roof wasfull of bats from the evenings merriment II Who found it asks 1 Me says sis When tgot ready td jilt thfs1e ts I came jn here ror my s swim and found the tub filled up of its own accord IbIWth the whistle and piped all hands on deck Of course that wasnt her ex act language but Its the idea II bailed for two hours straight with sis encouraging me and begging- me to omit mutilating the English The hinge on my bask got rusty and my brain cells began to work See here says I to sis you bail a while Jtni going after a plumber or some thing r Plumber scoffed sis what plumber would come out here at half past four on a Sunday morning y Itll be five by the time that I pipe his nobs says I and plumbers ought to be up early even if it Is Sunday morning The early bird catches the worm Mpneyll bring him and he can loot to the governor for It 4All right says sis Ill ball While we went on talking the tuo filled itself again The water rOse Indistinct jerks or tldqs and I otildnt seem to make any headway Sis said that when I had a good star shed yell for help and get the rstl of the family at it again Theyd been Ing now for two hours net slej hiked off down the avenue without the slightest notion of the plumber quar ter I woke up a druggist who cussed me good and plenty arid then some when he found that I only wanted to look at his directory and he banged the door in my map without giving me a look at his sainted book Then I piped ajay to Sport rolling towards me and as he hooked respectable I flagged him Kind sir sarsI can you put me wise toa pipe ppeclallst1 Says he Young man I dont understand you j Iama throat locfor myself That dopt fill the specifications says I J dont want a bacteria sharp only a leadpipe d ctorc jointfIlls offioeIs there a night bell says II Dbnno says he You have p rap I picked up a briclrtc rapwiih r with its spring lock and her latchkey on the mantel just as Dick had told her Sicomprehended the situation In a breath was frightened almost col lapsed It availed her nothing to kick and push and sputter out her passionuthe wood and the night kept silent She tried the other doors but Mr Twihdle had treated them with an exasperating sureness Every Ihlrii having failed her beIfelt forlorn enough for a hearty spell of crying There were neIghbors ItI andiproudShe Wotuld try to keep warm un til Dick carte which oughtnt to be long So shg trotted to and fro in the lee of the house tantalized by what she saw through the windows and re poorPerlthe gate of Eden and wondered how the1Twlndlthinking of Paradise and Us perfumes especially the latter reminded her of the smell of the heated varnish oh the registers of the afring she had given the house that afternoon and how afterwards all the windows but one had been dlbsed and locked the excep tion being left up afingrswldlh for ventilation She gave a little ryot joy over this phance of escape from byDickside of the houseperhaps twenty fet back from the sidewalk Her spirits took a tfimble when she found tie sill was five feet from the ground cjieasuring ltby her own height of flve feet Jwoj A stepping block was necessary It was found in the shape of an empty riail keg on tOPof a pile of carpenters rubbish tti the backyard Hardly had she mounted when its head fell in One leg was trapped With stoical endurance she extricate d it smarting with nail point elftiings Most men would have sworn in some language if she could she didnt but instead used her good leg like a golf stick to spin the keg dway with a mighty kick What next was to be done for there was no spare time Nothing upless a shivery old wheelbarrow the plasterers had been too proud to take away and men enough to leave could be used It was from the start an obstinate derelict wildly careening and viciously trying to travel on Its sides its broken wheel trarjetyWarmeddie pugnaciously flung aside her shawl and after many a puff and grunt fought the barrow to where she wanted it The couple of tipouts that followed did not discourage her Once balanced she found the window both unlocked unweighted She raised the sash until it stuck In the runway high enough for her to crawl under after which getting a good grip on the inside ca sing she sprang upward towards the opening at the same instant the bar row as perverse as ever flopped over Her shoulders struck against and loosened the sash which dropped into the small of her back holding her as if In a vlseialf in half out of th- ehousea tropical heat around her head an arctic breeze flirting her draperies and numbing nw walking sticks There the little woman stuck struggling a good deal and crying Just a littlerbeing fearful all the time that sprae individual other than Dick might discover her predicament a pos sibility that made her frantic And why doesnt Dick come she continually asked herself Why should he be an hour on a 20minute errand I cant keep up this kicking much longer she thought when the minutes seemed to have grown into Hours but if IstQprll freeze and IJI freeze hell have to thaw me out Jn water as if I were a frozen fish and thatll not tie nice for anybody Then she fought the harder and Just as vainly not so much to get Into the house as to keep her consciousness Still Dick did hot come nor any one else and soat last exhausted and despairing she fainted Wlien not more than a minute tater Mrs Twindle knew herself again it was to feelstrorig arms tugging at her outdoor extremities and a certainty in her mind that either the wkidow frame must go or that she not being of India rubber would part in the middle She heard and knew with joy the voice of the toiler at her feet Dick she called faintly Im awfully glad its you arid not some body else But dear please work from inside the house Itll beeasier and live longer iBarring the leg decorations a tired feeling In her back a hollow In lef stomach and a head that ached clear down tp her shoulder blades mere trifles she persistently in IstedMrs Twindle released front Oaptlvity declared herself in flne con Uitiort and would not hear of Mr Twindle going for a doctor But this was a rather serious case asJeedtryingready we have the beginning of a hos pitala hotwater bottle arnica court plaster smellingsalts bandages salves a pocketful of coughcures and a small library of patentmedicine almanacs pfntaining emergency pre scriptions Still I guess youre right as to the physician iSow my dean Id like you tp explain to me how I had this chance of taking you fora burglarAvhich I thought you were until I heard 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Coulter were driving down the Riley Hill when the horse ran away completely demolishing Clirences new buggy Neither one was seriously inured Another acci dent occurred at the home of Mr Jen kins Mr and Mrs Jenkins were visit ing at JRose Hill Sunday and while away a pack peddler called at their home r Their watch dog assaulted him severely lacerating his arm in his defense to keep the dog from his throat He however finally managed to get away and is now charitably kept byW L Moore until he is again able to make his Nay Mr JSG Cull receiyedwool at this poundrW H Litteral bought of James Long a mare for 140 Roamey Shirley purchased a mare for 200 on the second Sunday in June there Iwillbe Childrens Day at Mt Freedom and Listen Binner on the ground Rev Williams of Springfield will preach at 11 A M Everybody is invited and re quested to bring a basket and enjoy a dayofcfreedom i TEJCAS BOth to the wife of Mr Deboe Brady a boy Mrsiv W C Rowe and Mrs W T Phillips were the guests of Mrs Bertha Turner of Mackville Tuesday Miss Bessie Arnold has returned home after a visit to her uncle Mi Charles Brady of Springfield Mr Frank HSrdin has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends at Smiths Grove I Evelyn the two year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob Peterson wasres centlyjcicked by a horse Her leg was Broken and the little one is still suffering intense pain Mrs Matt Neteon and children of Springfield visited Mrs OFCoca dgherSuridav Mr Canada Butler and Misses Pearl and LauraButler of Alabama were the guests of Misses Ida and Pearl Clay brooke Sunday rabd Mrs Jacob Cocanougher were the guests of relatives here part of last week iMr W T Campbell spent last week In SnriQgfield Mr West Perkins is visiting atCor njshville Mtaridi Mrs J M Begley and Mrs J iE Ciaybrooke attended the Southern Baptist convention m Louisville last week Messrs R L andA W Arnold were in Danville Monday Mrand MrsW H Whiteman of Valley Hill passed through here Friday ewrcute to Stanford to the home of ffieir daughter VLr and Mrs Rogers of Springfield were here Sunday Rey R L PU dom and grandson Robert kimberUn of Springfield visi the formers daughter Mrs W B William Monday cSPain J- Weakens 5He dachq rheumatism Neuralgia qr pains of any t nat re weaken the sys tfeni on uptheinstant relief can be ob tained bytaking 3D r Miles Aiiti Pain Pills and without bad aftereffects ftake one on iirst indica non of an attackit will- Ward it off They area pleasant little tablet sold by druggists eyery where 25 loses 25 cents nev er sold in bulk SI was subject to constant head Attimesofstationof a frleud I tried Dr Miles Anti- Pain Pills and the result has been mysystemstrajn1Yheyhaveclaimed for themSO LL RUSSELLAgt CN W Ry Creek la AntiPainPillsSan4 find there is nothinc like them toS5me M J HAMiLToNI Upper Alton Ills AivtlPalnonlyfMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind y 4 Iq rr I bowu odOut t The battle between The Flies V and the People is now on l I See what we can do to the Fly I uLet us Screen Your House And prevent the FILTH and DISEASE the Miserable Pests carry with themS We handle both ODD and REGULAR Sizes in Doors and Windows and can put them up for you Prices right t SpringfieklLumber Co iTMis Edna Whayne visited friends in Perryxille one day last week Miss Myree Arnold is the guest of her uncle Mr Chas Brady of Spring field Mrs Kate Claybfobke of Gravel Switch is the1 guest of Mrs JTRTplayV brooke 5 Jl DMarion Countyf SFalcon Leader and Enterprise The grand jury adjourned finally Monday arid on that day returned into court forty indictments as follows Selling liquor in local option territory 20 liquor to minors 10 treach of peace 3 housebreaking 1 maintaining a nuisance 1 suffering minor to play pool 1 false swearing 1carrying concealed a deadly weapon i petit lar ceny 1 and converting property 1 They had previously returned nine true bills one for chicken scealing and 8 for selUhg liquor in local option territory Mrs Martina Bickett sixtyseven years of ago widow of the late Hat Bickett died at her home in Ray wick Saturday mprning iI In the death of Mr John E Lewis who died at his home at RayViick Monday afternoon Marion county lost another one of its best and most substan tial citizens Mr Lewis had been in failing health since theath of his son Mr Will Lewis three sveeks ago Sunday he was caught in therain and pneumonia soon developed hvingbeeu seriously ill only 48 hours when the end came y Tjhe suit of Mrs Nannie Powers against the National Casket Company arid Scott Moore of Louisville for damagesin the stimofS7JO was tried in the circuit court the first of the week and resumed in the jury awarding the a nt fqr 3500 While returning home from a visit in the neighborhood where they live the horse that was being driven by Mrs Powers and her aunt Mrs Mary El liott took frignt at Mr Meores auto mobile and ran oIL Both occupantS were thrown from the buggy and dan gerqiisly hurt The accident occurred on the Danville pike near Gravel Switch last November Mr Moore is connected with the National Casket Company as a traveling salesman The suit of Mrs Elliott against the same defendant will be tned next week Biliousness and Constipation For yearsl Was troubled with bilious ness and constipation which made life miserable ftrmeMy appetite failed me I lost my usual force and yitaliEy Pepsin preparations and cathartics only mad matters worse 1 do not know where I shouldhave beeitodayhad I I9t tried Chamberlains Slomachand Liver Tablets The tablets relieve the ill feeling at once strengthen the digestive functions purify the stomach liver and blood helping the system to do its work naturally MRS ROSA POTTS BirminghamAs These tub lets are for sale by The Leo Haydon Drug CoJLimit to Speed of Aytos The authorities of Shanghai one erf the busiest towns In China have passed a bylaw allowing motorists to maintain a speed of not more than36 miles an hour wiiile papslng through the cityl Jrt L i s SS WANTED Trustworthy man or woman in each county to advertise receive orders and manage business Jr New York Mail Order Houge 1800weekly posi tion permanent no investment required Previous experience not essential to en gaging Spare time valuable Enclose self iddressed envelope for full particu lars ADDRESS CLARKE Ca Wholesale Dept 103 PARK AyE NEW YORK M I Service not price estab ishes it value oFa suit It isnt the tart of its wearbut thefinish Ederheimer Stein Clothes are so well finished at the Start that they finish vell at the end For young men The making is as good as the fit that means most that cart be said about iiitL readyto wear clothes Soldt with a guarantee which lasts when the clothes dont last- exj5ecl4tionto Iup The Robertson CJayb ookeHcj C ir Incorporated L ATIiAv1PRtNS Mr Uri h Keeping and Mr Mark IMran injury last Week by falling from the top of a tree which he had climbed in an attempt to capture a squirrel f sict neighbor has about recovered rat Mrs Sofa E Wornall has returned from San Francisco Cal to take charge or the summer hotel here and has begun the work of beautifying theI grounds about the hotel and sp1 n Things are moving with a more lively spirit than last season and a good crowd with the always present good time is predicted A The editor pt The Sun is certainly good judge of literature if it was his kirn to tickle his readers when he se cmed for publication Polly of the Cir cus Her circus talk would make a nigger laugh and the only fault we findIS that he didnt gIve us the whole story in one issue MessrSj zra Hale and Oscar Kavs attended church atWnli burg Sunday nnrht Mr Gwin Marks of Springfield Wa- sherethe first of the week AJanv from h2raatteni1 tha fu neral ot Mrs Nettie Crume at Willisburg last Thursday MOORESVIUE Mrs Case Cut mg r is very ill with fever a Most of our farmers are done plant ing dorn i John Comstock visited his parents at pringfi id Sunday Mrs Fred Gheatham and daughter visited ielatives at Cornisnville last week George Moul Willie andOra Carney dined at the home of Mr L J Hines Sunday r IDLE THOUGHTS continued from page 1 Ibtion by putting the girls and boys into separate organizations We vote ho We have now the D AR ters and CAV Rj ters To convert the lat ter into B 4 R tors and GA R ters would be tbo blamed muchHouston Texas Pos t sometime wish I were a trust As big as all creation Id makea corner which I guess Would stagger any nation Id corner all the pretty girls SRed cheeks and curls aflowmg And keep them from the other chaps Now wouldnt that be going HeraldtI AN EDITORS EPITAPH Subscribersf wouldnt settle up his riyals heaped abuse the politicians stole his space by any Sort of ruse He surely was the kindest mana fellow ever saw he wrestled conscientiously for justice and the law and while he seldom went to- churchno praying man was he the chances are heIlpfayaharp through all eternity J Dont kiok because YQU have to but ton your wifes waist Be glad your wife hasa waist and doubly glad you have a wife to button a wafst for Some mens wives have no waists to button Some men s wives who haVE waists with buttons on to button dont care a coritipental whether they are buttonedor not Some men dont haye any wives with waists with buttons on to button any more than a rabbit Richmond Climax Whats the scarcestthing In all the wide world 5We asked an old fellow who was hoaise He cou diiraittle bit and then he said whY the children of old maids of course7 The first temerancC society is said iarglavellfrederick soc t were a fqt two years not to drink more than seven bumpers of wine with any meal nor moire than fourteen bumpers a day They were however permitted to quench any surplus of thirst with beer and to drink one glass of whisky on the side By this ideal of abstention may be guagedthe ordinary ilrmklng habits of pur forefathers in the good old times when knighthood was in flower Mor ris Hillquitt in Socialism r i iTheIF YOU WANT THE BEST FLOUR t ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Pride of Washington or Springfiilds ChoiciL L IAN FACTURED BY f Y J RHOECQ Highest market pri pdidfQr WHEAT ii t 1 5Q= LAWNMOWER i HEADQUARTERS L S If you want the best LAWN MOWER on earth go to flatchett and Andersons Theynow have a large stock 1 of Whitman Barns lawn mowers A i High Grade Machine tStrictly quality steel ball cups and ground and dust proof If i1J a lawn mower be sure to get our prices be fore buying We also have a nice line of lawn edgers J section and rivets for any mowing machine made and f have bought them in a way as to sell cheap Cycle Grinders Cheap f 5i IiGarden ToolsL= t J Of Alt Kinds I Fy Garden Plows Rakes Hoes Spades ShoVelsEtc 1 r in 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 r Springfielda Kentucky t f t l Kentucky fair Dates iThe following are the dates fixed Jt fDr holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1909 as far as reported Stanford July 313days Henderson 3u1y275 days Georgetown July 275 days Macjisdnville August 35days Winchester August 3 4days Bue Grass Fair Lexington August 94 days l Taylorsvil1e August 104 days Uniontown August 105 days Harrpdsburg August 123 days Leitchfield August i74 days Barboursviile August 18a days Brodhead August 183 days Shppherdsviile August 183 days Ewing August 193 days Shelby ville August 245 days SprihgfiejddAugust 254 days London August 254 days Florence August 254 days Frankfort August 314 days Hardmsburg August 31 3 days Tompkinsville September 15 days Fern Creek September 1S days 0 An Indigestion I Free1Many healthy suffer from indigestion or thatIEans are most organs of fhe body it would seem that a dis j order there is to be taken very ser iously j theyUkeottenthecasekndIrregulaBut there is no use letting Indigestion go until It becomes chronic and under- mInes your health It Is good advice to druggistSyrup Pepsin the wonderful cure for ThatIsdidtheFThompson J lireYoud11recUgripesand tonether peclally needeu In indigestion All sufferers from indigestion who have never used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin writingthewaYthouSandsisfaction Dr Caldtvells Syrup Pepsin is tnIdigestiontablets salts etc away 1youraUment understand or It you want j any medical to the doctor advlcewtltet answer you no charge for this The address is Dr ervtCj Caldwell Aionticelloin 500 Caldwell For sale by The Red Cross Drug Stor t I IfBardstowm September 14 day Hod enville September 7 3 days Monticello September 74 days Glasgow September 84 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 13r6 days Scottsville Septernberj63 days J 1 Bedford October 12 days Kentucky Star Plour Best thadef SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN L 1 ofTthisyour stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under thIs head all persons who are sub j chargeadvertisements wantedLandforsorted in another department of the at POSITIVELYnothing Mrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has for sale Rhode Island Redeggs From pen 100 for 15 from yard 506 for 15 J 5L Allen Springfield has for sale a 2year old colt Lloyd Haydon Jr Rt4 hasf sale Pekm Duck eggs 50c lrsettingl of 15 SrIFredericktowihasfor S B Nally Rt 2 has for sale a fine Jack registered ready for use1 I will sell worth the money V V Mrs J M Elder itt 3 Lebanon 50cforJ K Cheatham Sprinpfieldi hascifor sale apDlr of nice maie mules broke Also a pair of nice young ack1ft H S Litsey Rt 4 has for sale aldt of English Maple trees Mrs BL Litse has for sale S 1C B Leghorn eggs S C Buff Orpington1 eggs from pen 100 for 15 Teo Nally Rt 2 has for sale pittGame Eggs Setting 016t oir 5pc dr l 3forl25 K rMrs C C Christie Lebanon JRk 3V smglecorpDli rsaleSpens 150 and 250 for setting of 15 From yard 50c for 15 eggs Mrs R B Cregor Rt 3 Lebanon thoroughibredand Bi P Rocks 50c for 15 Telephpne1 A G mbailSpringfiefd haaif or Q9for v 1 H S Litsey Route4 has fargaleukv good 3yearold mule Jack Sell worthL the money W H Leachman Rt 3 has for jjale white seed corn 7 W P Meritt Springfield has for sale Boone County White Seed Cortt1 This con grew 75 bushels to theracre last year Price 2 per bushel innMrs John Leachrtan Sprrngfietd wants to buy a good Jersey cow