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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fk a a x tFA v itfr 1tii t a ev w rA a rw riAa14w iw r it m i tc j 4i f v UU 1 r 7 7V J- v DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY it t t1 tI t atME Y SPA iN1FIEtO KYV WEDNESDAY SEPTEMIER 29 1903 MV43J j I MANY V HOMESr In Washington County Visited by The Death Angel During The past Week ROBINSON On Saturday September 25 1909 at ner home near Kirkland this county Mrs Alice Robinson died after a short illness of an enlargement of the liver While the deceased had been in bad Health for several years it was only recently that she became dangerously ill and it was found necessary to summon her family to h bedside Mrs Robinson was fifty three years of age at the time ot her death She had been twicemarried her first hus Jbjjnghaving been Dufhng Brown and four ihilciren7 Msss Ro tA Noe Mr Lev Brown Mr Oscar Bf wnrfidMrsT CB Graham born of this union are liying The deceased is also survived by her husband Geo W Robinson and by the following children of the de ceased and Mr Robinson Roy Cleo Walter and George The funeral services wereheld Sun day afternoon at the Christian church at Wiilisburg and were attended by ai large crowd of friends drawn together to pay their last respects to one whom in life they had esteemed and in whose death they felt a personal loss y WHITE v Mrs Cassa Anna White widow of the late Chas A White died at her home near Manton last Friday afternoon at 4 oclock her death being caused by a complication of diseases Mrs White was the daughter of the late John and Mary Anna Walker and was seventyfour years old at the time of her death On August 30 1859 she was united in marriage with Chas A White and to them twelve children were born of whom six survIve The JiVing children are Ben F White of Decatur Ill Chas R White of Can ton Ill J R White of Canada Mrs W P Kelly of Springfield and Miss Anna White and Will H White who lived with their mother Funeral services were conducted at St DominiC church Saturday after noon at 3 oclock Mrs White was a Christian woman a faithful wife and a loving mother whose death will be sorely felt by those iffho knew and loved her- SIMPSON r By Valley Hill Correspondent Miss Bessie Simpson the third daughter of Mr and Mrs L N Simpson of this place died Tuesday at 230 a m after having patiently suffered a fatal attack of typhoid fever v The deceased was fourteen years of age and a bright intelligent girl the light and joy of her bourne just enter ing as it were upon the threshold of womanhood bidding fair to be an ac complished daughter a useful sister and a jewel of untold value to the household But God in His infinite power saw cause to call home the boo His love had given r The Angel of death again visited the sorrowstricken home and bore away its brightest hope to a more precious home above there to dwell with her little brother who just four weeks gas sumed the robes of righteousness and departed this life to spend eternity where therels no more death and no more suffering There in that Celestial palace wherein all is joy and peace are the souls of these bright children Besides the father and mother three L RETURNS FROM EuRoPEAN OUTING Recent photograph of Roger C Sullivan Democratic national committee man from Illinois and tone of the leaders of his party in that state who returned the other day from a two months outing ir Norway and northern Europe IIsisters and two brothers survive the de partedone The remains were laid to rest in the Pleasant Grove cemetery this Wednesday afternoon To the bereaved ones we extend heartfelt sympathy ICALL t1Death summoned Mr Frank Call one of the best known men of the Mackville neighborhood Sunday September 26 at 6 p m Mr Call had been in bad health for some time having been a sufferer from cirrhosis of the liver His death occurred at the home of his stepfather Mr J G Howell The funeral took place Monday and the remains were interred in the Mackville cemetery The deceased is survived by his moth er Mrs J G Howell and one son John who lives in Louisville Mr Call was not only wellknown m this county but in this section of the State generally as he was formerly a prominent horse man and at one time driver and trainer of the trotting mare Annje Rooney ZAHNZINGCR Died at the home of his soninlaw Geo J Begemann John Zahnzinger aged sixtyeight years andsix months Friday Sept 24 1909 at 830 a m Mr Zahnzinger was the father of Mr Adolph Zahnzinger who is associated with Mr Begemann in business and ot Mrs Geo J Begemann The deceased had for about eight months made his home with Mr Begemann He had been a sufferer from paralysis for some time and during the latter days of his life was rendered almost helpless Mr Zanzmger had been a successful bust ness man and while not rich had acquired a competencyI The was at Evansville Ind the place of the nativity and the old home of the deceased on Saturday Obituaryn As the seasons come and go messag bring uFsad news of the departure ot Rome loved ones OrmsbyShewmaker aged twentyfour years the youngest son ot Mr Frank Shewmaker died at the home of hisf ather near Mackville Tuesday morning Sept 21st atone oclock He was born and reared i countysIfor four years Unlimited medical skill I J lJ i L 7 and the tend r mjnisterinJts ofgentle- hands and lovi rig hearts who fought so bravely ag ins the grim monster could not avail and ir humble submission they passed under tliie rod comforted by that sweet hope that they shall see him again Hew ever patient in his ter rible fferin ed forward to be well again gfhdlook long a time he saw that skillwould be a failure he gave UD to the Su preme God arid died perfeotl happy in his love J Ormsby al4yS met his friends with a smile and had a pleasant word for everyone He was a favorite with his friends as well as the family His char acter was untainted and such a grand preparation for the life beyond belongs to few fowlsad that he should be called in the bloom of man hood and when his usefulness on earth had just begun Whom the gods love die young But let us p use how beautiful it is that a soul so should be saved from NiestainbfeartbIY life and that he wake in paradise Gods fingers touched him and he slept for deatli fs only that golden key ralaceofeternityHe a kind father o tie sister and two broth ers his dear mother having already preceded him to the Gieat Beyond Rev S F Simi ns conducted the funeral services the to lowing evening at three oclock at the Baptist church at tht pace A fohg line of near and dear relatives and friends followed his re mains to the cemetery where he was laid to sleep eath a mound of beauti flowersA of fiends of the deceased in this community extend their sincere sympathy to the bereaved relatives JAFRIEND 2 Ky r Sales courto Court a large crowd to town and there was a good deal of stock on the market principally mules foleslowing sales 1 cow and alf 291 Jersey cow oftd mare and bugs 431 blemished mule 165 1 horse 7650 1 jennet 27 1 mare and colt 1251 bunch of sheep 16n51s7 pigs i2Q Try Kentucky Star Four Sagood u Kentucky Star Flour Best made Early Morning Blaze t At two oclock this morning the peo ple were startled by the shrieking of andlon t e Sl m YlDg t at there was a fife in town In a short time a crowd h fireIcompany preparations to fight the fire which it had been as c tamed was at the residence of Dr M W Hyatt By the time that the fir fighters reached the residence wl ich is on the outskirts of the town the fire had been extinguished The fire was caused by the kitchen floor becoming ignited from the range It is difficult t6 tell huw long it ha been burning when discovered as a hole large enough for the rangeto fall into the cellar had been burned the rang e haying fallen through when Dr Hyat- reached the kitchen The fire was diE covered by Miss Elise Uurrett who was spending the night at Dr Hyatts and who smelled the smoke The damage suffered by Dr Hyatt was inconsiderable Had the blaze not been discovered when it was however the prospects are that there would have been a disastrous fire J LARGE HOUSES Being Erected for Loose Leaf Tobacco MarketsBoth Houses Nearing Completion Work is being pushed on the new to baccoj warehouses which are being erected just West of town and which when completed willbe used as loose leaf njiarkets The building which the Washington County Tobacco Warehouse Co is put tins up is nearing completion and is a mammoth structure The house being erected by Boblitt Bishop Camden is well under way and in the course of a few weeks will have been completed It hl e the other house is very large and will be constructed in auch a manner as to facilitate the sales in every way possible Both will be adequately and properly lighted so as to make the inspection of the tobacco easier for the buyers many of whom are expected and who will visit both houses for every saleWith such a market at their door there will be no excuse for the farmers of this county to sell elsewhere than at home where every courtesy will be shown them and where no doubt the highest prices will be realized With the erection of these two plants the tobacco section of Springfield is be ginning to take on a businesslike ap pearance These two buildings when completed will make four immense structures all of which will be used for the handling of tobacco DoiaMr T Wm Simms is suffering from a rathe serious injury 8ustame4JSatur day afternoon when he was bitten by a dog Mr Simms had beta attending the sale of Messrs Campbell Bottoms and had taken his shepherd dog with him When the sale was over and Mr Simnis as leaving the dog in attempt ing to leap a wire fence caught his hind leg in the fence and was hanging head downward when Mr Simms went to release it When he took hold of the dog it jerked around and snatched his hand tearing the flesh from the back of it and causing Mr Simms to release his hold Friends came to the rescue and after relieving Mr Simms cut the dog loose from tfie fence Mr mlmmediately came to town and had Dr J C Mudd to dress the wound and it is not thought that he will have any serious trouble as the dog was not a mad dog but was merely fright sued at the predicament jn whjch it found itself TIM gprinxfieid Bus Lt Ne JTMT The Burt and CourlM Joirnai 161 it SUES BIG FINANCIER Frederick Hipsh Asks 200000 from Theodore P Shonts For Alienating His Wifes Love New York Sept 25 Theodore P Shonts president of the 225000000 interboroughMetropon f tan Company president of the Chicago thde St Louis and Western railroad a director of many other important companies father of the Duchess de patetnt and business li f of New York has been sued for 200 r 000 damages by the husband of the woman whose affections he is charged with having alienated Through his lawyer De Lancey Nic r THEODORE P SHONTS oil Mr Shouts decireshe is the victim of one of the strangest cases of mistaken identity on record It would seem according to oll that the president of the lInterI Met has some evil double for whpse misdeeds Mr Shonts is being held re sponsible Concerning who this double is there is no hint The suit against Mr Shoots is brought byFrederick Hipsh New York manager ot a Kentucky distillery with offices in the Flatiron building He lives at the Hotel Langham One Hundred and street and Broadway Mr Hipsh is most bitter against Mr Shonts He charges him with conduct ing an intrigue with Mrs Hipsh over a period V6f two years and not only wrecking Iherlifebut destroying his happiness Mr Hiph loved his wife devotedly he avers He was proud of her beauty her smartness and ot her socialstanding and it was a pleasure to give her every luxury within h means Up to the very moment of ti discovery of what he regards as evidence of her duplicity he addressed her withendearing terms While I have sued him for 200 damages to punish him for the he has inflicted pn me I do not wan dollar of his money said Mr Hips All I want is a verdict of 10 or 10 cents or even one cent Then I will use that verdict men way which will strike terror to the of great wealth who come to New York to amuse themselves and play un the vanity and weakness of other mens wives steal their affections disgrace them and wreck their homes VI have faith in the laws of our Stu and the administration of justice by our r courts ffiererT a law on the statute books of New York which makes eoa duct of this sort a earns All 1 want a verdict Jorin my civil suit against Mr Shonts is to use it against him ia criminal proceedings which I willpreaa s to the end of my resources WiH Probated oi The will of the late John Hardest was probated In the county court Mon day and no executor having been named in the will Mr Jas Hardesty qualified as administrator with the will annexed Mr Hardesty left all his property real personal and mixed to his wife for life remainder to be equally divided between J W Hardesty Jas Hardesty Mrs MaryaWilliams Mrs Saran ayestand Mr Mattie Bain Exoaeratede Joseph Ryan who killed his brother+ inlaw Eugene MattIngly Saturdayinight September 11 near Burksdis tillery in the Loretto vicinity was ex onerated at the examining trial held before Judge John A Burton in the county court Tuesday Quite a number of witnesses were introduced by the Com monwealth and after hearing these the court sustained a motion by the defesee to dismiss on the evidence that had been heard The testimony of all the youngRyanThe story brought out at the trial was very much the same as given in the account of the tragedy appearing in the last issue of The Enterprise Ryan is 18 years of age and a son of Timothy Ryan while Mattingly was 26 years ptage and a son of Sim Mattingly He was a brother inlaw oftheyoungttiaa u who slew him haying married his sis ter Miss Mary Lizzie Ryan about two and a half years ago ago She with one child survives him Good Show t AVTwoSparks shows were witnessed by large crowds of Washington county people last Friday afternoon and evening The show is not a large one but is absolutely clean while the acrobats are as good as ever seen here and the ani malt splendidly trained Before the afternoon performance twas given the street parade was wit nessed by a crowd which lined the streets over which clowns and monkey 1and wild animals and ponies and home back riders bands etc etc pursued their course It can safely be said that Mr Sparks has one of the bestshows ever brought here f great Meeting The protracted meeting at the Willis burg Christian church is now in pKu gress It is being conducted by Rev Clay assisted by the pastorj ReV Grubbs of Lexington Theses are scholarly men and able speakers aiwl important subjects are being hIcu iHLIThe members of all churches are cer= dially invited to attend and take part m the salvation of souls and do much fw the cause and uplifting of christ Tha- attendance is very large and much goal fireley organist Miss Mattie Brews aim sistant organist and Rev JW Grubfefe director of music 3C 000Near Death In Bit Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrav yearshk Rave suffering she writestland several times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said I WM ia curable Then Dr Kings New Discav cry brought quick relief and a eare spermanent that I have not been treiM bled in twelve years Mrs Sooer fires in Big Pond Pa It works woiaders itt Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hamrt J orrhages LaGrippe Asthma CriHaj aftoH Guaranteed by Haydoami Koiext 3 4- Z THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1909 fARM AND STOC J Mtems of Interest to farmers ai Live Stock and Poultry Raisers Pick xmt JJift poo layers Not every J 1 lien that cackles lays an egg Staffing the pullets until they have igamllltioii to forage iiajuislake If t there is any weakness In a fowl it ifvery Jikely to develop while moulting Let us urge you readers to keep on trying to improve ypur flock by selec tfon and care Now is an opportune season before ftid weather comes to building and repairing Work teams ought to allowed to ifin in the pasture at night It is cruel ty to confine them in hot stalls If new blood is needed m the way eockerels a better bargain may be ha atthis time than later on We wonder how many of our readers wll catch hen fever this year from see Mgthe poultry at the fairs real pleasure of seeing good birds ipow and the satisfaction of knowing they are yours pays for all the lother If your old birds are good ones keep some of them with the young ones good plan to keep some old blood vre think One who has tried it says burning a few old leather boots near the chicke forweeks1Shade log p tureNo farm animal suffers more from the direct rays of a summer r sun than a hog tPeeding too much red pepper o latent egg forcers to get the hens to ky will cause inflammation of the di g estiye tract andother organs The last of September the Hebrew l New Year there is an increased de hand for geese ducks and other choic- fgwls Money is a help in the poultry business but woe to the one who starts i the poultry business on a big scale wit money alone no experience A bathing tank for hogs is a well ap predated adjunct to the yards A little coal tar dip mixedin the water occasionally will discourage lice and cleanse the skin Some object to the black Lan shas AItlackbut it doesnt taste any worse than a light colored pinfeather Bo not send yuur apples to market in one mess big little good and wormy all together Sort them carefully mak K1gat least two sizes and keep the sound ones separate This work always r pays well in the increased price th Milt brings Many localities are still tree of black kead the trouble that has caused soJ pch loss to turkey raisers but thos eto Who are in a position to know tell us the affected areas are growing larger every year This malady begins to abate when heavy frosts comein the fall Why are some of our neighbors ge ffng along better with poultry than the Test of us What makes their fowls tiding in so much bettei returns than ours How do they do things That is what we want to know No doubt they Vould bewillingto tellus some of their secrets ifwe would seek them and talk with them Disappointed fruit growers have claimed that Luther Burbanks latestt creation sunberry or wonderberry a worthless old fashioned member the nightshade family Now it is reported that this view is upheld by ttat judges of the exhibit of this fruit the Massachusetts Horticultural So eietys show in Boston last week The Holstein breed is one of the most popular breeds of dairy cattle They are larger in size than Jerseys and have great appetites and eat great quantity 1o hay and other roughages Their in ss not as rich as Jersey milk but they yield a greater amount of milk The Holsteins are strong and vigor ous and many breeders prefer them to arty other breed They are gaining in popularity In the Southern States Where corncribs stand on posts asaboutmany of them do and run east and f rlc west by nailing boars t the posts of ftPouy canfbe made Any ridrough lumber will do Nail a six inch board on the south side at the bottom to keep the litter under the building The nature and habits of the straw b Obethrough the season Down in the crown of the plant are being perfected fruit buds which are large or small stronger weak as the conditions for their devel opment are favorable or unfavorable Remember its the wild timid nature of the turkey hen to show considerable excitement on approaching hex nest If she is setting visitthe nest only in her absence the hatch will be mulch better if thus managed If you are required to visit the fur keysnest and find the eggs snugly covered see that you leave them as pear the same position as the hen left andfpilferingdour lowls begin showing a large per cent of soft shelled eggs give them free range every day It itst only an hour before sunset it will stop softshelled eggs and improve theI fertility as well fTheduced in the United States was 69000 000 barrels in the year 1896 The lar Best crop of any one year since then was 44JOOO000 barrels Some of the passing years have shown crops rangy mg from 23000000 to 25000000 bar rels We now have U 000000 more people to feed at home than in 1896 and there is an ever increasing demand for American apples With the small j showing in some years it is evident that there are countless thousands of fresrh apple from one year to anotherJ Remember that growing chickens anaJ laying hens require large quantities ofj protein dr muscleforming material toj buildup the tissues and the eggs Also aree necessary from which to manufacture ecol the rapidly growmg bones of the young chick to furnish eggshells and min byhcourse n rc to thV ash and protein carbonaceous matters are required tokeep the fowls warm and to supply energy Wheat culture has been under inves tigatipn by the Kansas experiment sta tion At the beginning 61b varieties were taken The following harvest 264 varieties were so far behind as to be counted out of the running audio yearI later all but 39ofthese varieties er eliminated from the race These 3 91w varieties are now in the ground and the one which shows the best yield next harvest will be decorated the kin Wheat of Kansas At the Kentucky stationsimilar work is going on eAROUND THE SHEEB FOLD The demand for lamb chops increases s in proportion to the population The fall is coming on and it is time think of getting ready for the winter It pays only toholdthe strong and thrifty ewes t If you have in mind winter lambs it is time for mating your sheep Hold those ewes which are hearty feeders ttGive the sheep plenty of freshwater just now Also dip them once or twice before the fall weather sets in The thick fleshed wellmeated lambs are thekind that have been bringing 7 to 8 cents on the market Wbrk to have a stringent dog law passed in your State It will save the life of many a poor lamb and many a good dollar to your If you wantyour sheep to be thrifty supply them with good feed water t helter and close attentionf the shep herd Bright sheaf oats fed once or twice a week in racks is an excellent feed it answers for both grain and fodder Weaning time give the lambs IAfter postersyouhava and what oats they want to eat together with- plenty of water and salt goodilkprice for they are m demand Best Treatment for a Burn If for no other reason Chamberlains Salve should be kept in every house hold on account of its great value in the painalmostis a severe one heals the parts without leaving a scar Thissalve is also un nipplesssoFor sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co t r in HROHA1Ri Big 0 can Liners Get Weather Reports WtiHe at Sea- servations Flashed from Ship to Ship ton Every Portion of Atlantic to Aid in Compilation of London Daily Map L9ndonIn the meteorological com es report to the lords of the treasury issued recently reference is made to the w other reports re ce iv dby wireles telegraphy from American liners since the commence men of the year y Seventyeight m sages were re celv d In January 469 in February and 672 in March making a total for the thre months of 1210 reports Ol these 61j or five per c4nt arrive at the meteorological office wlthj in t vo hours of the time at ohs vatfons were taken or sufficiently be of service In connection weather map In current use cartto messages or IS per cent of number arrived within 24 a the time of observations T ward the close of the quarter there were however Indications of a sensible reduction in the time occu pied in the transmission of messages A present the arrangements for the transmission of messages by radiote leg iphy are not sufficiently developed hessages to be transmitted direct from ships to shore stations from every part of flies Atlantic For the more western portions of the piap the committee is dependent upon transmission of messages from ship to ship and t to the sho eThe ship carrylngJthe mes sag has frequently to wait some time before It comes within speaking dis tan e of the shore station and In con seqi ence considerable delay occurs In the transmission Tlie faster ships tend to become the receiving vessels for messages of all ship s which they have passed en signalepOSeISeSmessages some of which are already too old tq be of immediate utility In forecasting Tie accuracy of the transmission has been remarkable attdthe observa tior s have been good Many of the shirs carry only aneroid baromgfers ana in sonie Instances it has Jeen dim to bring pressure rfbservatlons into Correspondence with hose on1neighboring ship or the shfire stations This therefore says the committee remains to be done before the system reports by radldtelegaphy from the positionsa map of the ocean Goes Fart Wed Neenah W1sCha les Gehruty of city and Miss Amy Johnson of Sait Lake City went 000 miles to get married They traveled as far as San Francisco and were married thereat practically the same spot where they first met du Ing the San Francis o fire At tat time Gehruty caeri ich fell as soon as they were safe ly out Sistergcare her sisters life Mrs Etta Edlund con sented td the transfusion of blood from her own body to that of her sis lie MrsFor V0 Marston at the Brock ton hospital Neither woman was etherized during the operation which took 50 minutes The patient Is said to bei recovering J 1 r c Our Sympathy is always extended to those in distress but we have no sym pathy to waste on the nun who borrows his neighbors paper when he can have one of his own at a mere mominal expense Your hour paper lands for your intrsts and the interests of your hometown It deserves your moral and financial support If you are not a member ofoUr family of readers you should begin now by sending In your subscription i 1jri EYES and fit GLASSES t g IN We can Suit in in Line f Bridle Dr W R Morgan the horse dentist was arrested Monday on a warrant sworn out by Robert Carlisle and Wick Robinson him with under false pretenses It seems that doctor hula very artistic bridle which he concluded to off He made the statement ha Mr Wood Voorhies had written a number and placed it in an and had it at the bank which number would draw the bridle and on the strength of this he had no trouble of his placed a ticket in an and handedHt to the banker but had called on Mr Voor hies for it before the drawing Judge Grimes held him over under 200 boqd Herald 100 100 The readers ot this paper will be to learn that there IS least on dreaded disease tatscience has bee able to cure in all itjs stages and that is a itional disease requires monials Address F J CoATd ledo O V Sold Dru Take Halls Family Pills for const patios n The Sun and L60l Subscribe for The Sun LOO yeay We have just on the Line of in Central fKentucky All the lat est style and tany style Rims We can you with the best grade ot goods at the Lowest Prices tt GREAT BARGAINS 21 JEWEL WATCHESW- iYou Everything the Jewelry 1tWttMt4Causes Trouble charging obtaining money lhorsehair raffle envelope dispostng developeIenvelope Hdrrodsburg Reward pleased onlrIconstitutions kenIItheldisease Itslcurative CHENEY gists75c CourierJournal brought Greatest Spectacles Glasses furnish Neuralgia APamsAre the result of an abnormal condition of them re prominent nerve cititgestion irritation or dis ease If you want to relieve the pain try Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They often relieve when every thing else fails They leave no disagreeable aftereffects Just a pleasurable sense of re lief Try them I have neuralgia headache right over my eyes and I am really afraid that my eyes will burst I also have IhavePain Pills recently and find they re seldomfindtwo tablets for complete relief MRS KATHERINE BARTON Monand have doctored a great deal with out getting much benefit For the takingDralways relieve me I have been so sometimesthought themdrelieve me MRS FERRIER NebYourPain Pills and we authorize him to onlyIfMedical Co ElkhartIrid 1Miles Why the Editor Was Absent As our wife was not physically able to put a patch on our only pair o trousers last Saturday we could no attend the lecture given at the First Baptist church by Rev Mr Newma- His remarks were on the Holy Lan Hometown Pa Banner 7I DoYouWant to Buy a Farm priceWearsAbout 100 farms in our hands See partial list belew SpringfieldP lents ofwater all under good fence Price 50 per acre No 2237 acres six mils from Sprmgheld on good pike two dwelling houses two stock barns 90 acres of new land plenty of grass plenty of never failing water all under good fence No 3195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses two barns plenty of water all of farm in grass all under good fence Price 55 per acre a No 486k acres mileeast of Mackville 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn alfotftbaildings fine orchard of 500 trees all kinds of fruit all under fence plenty of water plenty of grass Price 3500 No 5129 acres 7 miles from Sbringfield 12 mile from pike 5 room dwelling in good jepair 10 acre tobacco barn new plenty of timber good stock Darn all the farm will raise tobacco Price 45 per acre No 6120 acres seven roam dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn fine stock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres of upland all under good fence no overflow dPrce 85 per acre No 7200 acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant house 3 tobacco barts fine tobacco land at least onehalf ot the farm new land Price 40 per acre a J dwellingfruit plenty of water Price 2500 fromLorettoin grass except 16 acres plenty of water telephone and rural route fine stock barn 60 feet square plenty of tobacco land Price 30 per acre No1096k acres 3 miles from Springfield close to school six room dwelling in good repair tobacco 36x64 good stock barn under good fence plenty ot locust posts Price 3600 No 11140 acres H miles from Springfield on pike nearly all in grass well watered small frame house goo plenty of tobacco land Price 4000 per acre LAKE aOSLEY ieei ele ele Ji I Litv iM rrt FII Trust Practical Dentistx SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices AH work guaranteed Office over Haydon A Barber B Pa LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire andjAccident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable theworldDR MW HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUGSTORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICEHOURS 1030 to 12 mt 4tobpm DrJC Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Danes cr HATDONS Office Hours 8 to 9 A M1 to 2 PM J H LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No5 Residence No 38 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 Night if iJ T SCOTT MAYS Washingtonandand Federal Court rr C C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practiCe in all State and Federal Courts J l W D CLAYBRO01E ATTYATLAWi Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Waahineton AppealsMARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER KyOffice Washingtont CAMPBELLd AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky ialtyWill e a Phone 84IDr WR MORGAN VttcrinarySurttin and Dmtist S PERMANENTLY LOCATED- At Wharton Ss Tapps Stable In Springfield Rates Reasonable PHONE 3 JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director Andr Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets ark Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 N ht74 WI = THE SUN ANDBothpaperslyr 150Weekly 160Nashville 176Weekly 175iDemocrat 175 ThriceaWeek New YorkWorld 175 125AmericanAmerican Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 2OQFarmFarm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 ners gzile 400- Ledger lontltl1 175 435HarpersSunnv South 150 r II iII= IfIIF itz ITHE SPRINGFflELB SUN EDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1909 EXffNEI IrXERIb1 r Sa 7iDorns of the Press At Large A t lfW sides to every quston sideJA irpI the 1ead1to1 ttrJy a domestic stageBourbon Stock Jour nat x Many a girl thinks heha broken her heart when vshe haS only sprained her imaginati I have lived to know that thespcret of happiness is never to allow your energies to stagnate Adam Clarke how1care3esiahousekeefer dust coiectuponihervocahords The gift bf lfieridshiif is something that strilces deepter and lasts longer1 than mere gifts of material things Richmond Climax She was leaning oertherail And was looking deathly pale Was she looking for a whale Notatall Sheyas papas only daughter Casting bread upon the water Inaway1she hadntoughter That was all Anderson New- sAs1ifegeatjoceionpasses it is a mighty hard proposition fora fellow to fish out of the great sea of words two or three that a lady would pro pounce cute I The ladies who goori avisit to the North pole may take along their seal skin wraps but they wont have any use for sheath gowns jOwensboro Inquirer l a The secret of marital happiness is not always in letting a woman have heli own way but in letting her hive it without letting her know that you know that shes getting itParis Kentuckian Citizen Jr L lZYi We all make mistakes Some are noticed and some are not If the editor makes a mistake hells topayif a law yer makes a mistake it is seldom nor iced if a doctor makes a mistake what happens to the patient is known but very little comment is madeHenry- News J qFr- Brother when you wear afrown dont you know youre doing wrong Dont you know your strike a discord in a world thats meant for song Dont you know the weary traveler is hungry for a smile Dont you know a cheery greeting helps you bothto pass a mile Try to never leave a shadow anywhere along the road And youll have a plaasant journey even with a heavy loadEx The birth of twins a few days ago added another chapter to the remark able record of John W Guy who at 76 years oIdlS now the father of 32 chit dren He has been married three times and through the marriage of a son by his first wife and a daughter by his second wife to a sister and brother of his present wife he holds the somewhat anomalous relation of brotherinlaw to two of his own children Guy is a wealthy farmer Hartford Herald It is said that a Western marriage ceremony is sorter after this fashion Wilt thou take her for thy pard for better or for worse to haye to hold to fondly guard till hauled off in a hearse Wilt thou let her have her way consult her many wishes make the fire every day and help hep wash the dishes Wilt thou comfort and support her father and her mother Aunt Jemina and Uncle John four sisters and a brother And his face grew pale and blankit was too late to jilt as through the chapeLfioor he sank he meekly said I wilt September please pass the pumpkin jrie Bryans Commoner es Methuselahs age from 969 to 79 itLexingthh1ald Let me kiss those tears away he begged tenderly SBeTriijn1 his arms 1 and he was busy fbr the riext tew min oni8bre thlesilysad No she mur inuredtmitis hay fever youknow But j p on with the reatment Ex There is scarcely a farm in Kentucky which does not show the effect of the l cof care lack of economical but careful expenditure of mOney and ef fort Tie fruit growers of the West the producers of early vegetables of the So th are beginning to realize enormous increases in their profits from cave in the cultivation of the soil andstrict regulation in the handling of its products as well as from intelligent cooperation When the farmers come to realize the benefits that come from such methods and to appreciate theI value of cooperation the increase in fem products will more than outstrip the increase in the population Lex ington Herald There is an old legend that runs this WIseHAt creation dawn an angel came down to earth and before returning looked about for something to carry back to heaven There were three things that attracted the attention of the white winged messengera bou quet of sweet flowers that had been gathered from one of earths falihRnd blooming gardens the smile of a little babe that had been playing with a sunbeam and a mothers love These three the angel carried away but when it reached the pearly gates of paradise the flowers had withered the babys smile had vanished Only the mothers love remained the same and1 being found as pure and eternal as the wit ers that flowed by Gods throne all the angeTh that ranged above exclaimed in unison There is nothing on earth pure enough for heaven but a mothers IpyeF This was a tribute containing a sublime thought And through all the ages itrhas been human experience at the angels referred to in that legend were not over extravagant in the mes sage which they passed out through the open windows of the many mansions along the banks of the River ot Gold Why Druggists Recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Mr Frank C Hanrahan a prominent druggist Portsmouth Va says For the past six yearsjt have sold and recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is a great remedy and one of the best patent med- ici es on the market I handle some others for the same purposes that pay me a larger profit but this remedy is so sure to effect a cure and my custo mer so sure to appreciate my recom mending it to him that I give it thffpret HaydbnDrug Dead at 11 2 Dennis Fennel of color known as Uncle Dennis died at his home at Hunters on Wednesday nightJged112 Until a short time ago Uncle tiennis worked in his garden and about the lit tIe farm and did his work as well as any young man Until two wEeks a bis health was good About that time some bronchial trouble developed and he continued to decline until the end Mentally the old man was remarkable strongIHe was dne ofthe old time darkies in truth He was formerly owned by the late P S Barber Mrs Cecelia Barber only a short time before her death gave the oW man a home on her place in Bardstown where he could have passed his last days restfully and at ease but the call of a lifetime habit prevailed and niwork on his little farm Uncle Dennis rounded up his daysBards town Standard v I Abprained Ankle 1Asusuallv treated sprained ankle will disable the injured person for a month or more but by applying Chamberlains Liniment and by observing the direc tions with each bottle f ittrftiHy a cure may in most cases 4 effected in less than one weeks tune This liniment is a most remarkable prepartion try it for a sprain or a ruise or when laid up with chronic or imiscular rheumatism and you are certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which it affords For sale by The Leo Knydon Drug Co HATS THAJr CAN Bft WASHED D lisfribre foCldrena d Also Their rlfitliH of Pretty A ElderaiDeS Model go into the tub essential for a childIand grownups A new can be easily has two part that are detchable and held together bY buttons and straps For the brIxi make a circle of heavy linen as larg as you desire your hat to be The proper size is easily gauged by Measuring with a flat round straw hat that is becoming Work the edW of circle with an Irregular scallop heavily padded and buttonholed li white or a color The brim an be worked with simple or as elaborate a design as asI 1stitchleaf sprays radiating from the of the hat a4d spreading crownIouter edge rhese can be and filled In with a darning time presses An Inner clfcjle Is cut out the size crown of Or It can be ofI slightly smaller and the edges slit Intervals permit it to be basted smoothly to a frame If one bd used For the croflDcut a smaller circle the size smoothly cover frame It one Is used or big enough to give an easy shapely top when parts rejoined This circle Is cut with eight straps an Incl wide and from two to two and a tiali Inqhes long according to height dealred for crown Between each strap the edge of circle Is cut Into a pointed scallop cfrcJeandstraps1s about a of an Inch deep In the end of eachstrap is put a length wise buttonhole and corresponding buttons are put on the brim Should the crown be used over a gauze frame the brim is first lasted to It and the button put on frame or both top and brIm can be bittOnedto It The only trkiming for this hat Is a broad soft ribbon drawn under the straps which hold the crown In place For a little child this is pretty fast ened at each slie with fluffy rosettes for an older person the ribbon can be tied either at sack or front in a big Alsatian bow When a frame IB not used a certain stiffness can ke given to crown by running strip of buckram or canvas under the straj before the ribbon is slipped througi If preferred the pointed scallops between straps can be made longe than the usual seal lop so that they fall loosely over rib bon when the Hat is joined OF LACEkAND MATERIAL For a bodice in which the same ma as skIrt wished to be ntro duced this Is al good idea as there Is not too muCh materIal about It it is finely tucked for the vest also for the sleeve bancUbut is plain for the dledfront straps of velvet are taken across and caug t down by buttons Materials required One yard 46 inches wide tw and one half yards piece lace one and onefourth yard velvet two butt ns Petticoats far Evening Wear The question of petticoats for eve ning wear is easily settled this year A satin skirt of such ancient cut that it can no longer do duty even if cov ered with an overdress of lace or net represents the ideal material for an uptodate evening petticoat If mounted on taffetas the gores must be unpicked and the separate lengths of satin sponged with pure alcohol If soiled and the scams ironed out and a good paper pittern of one of the new fitted procured so that the nt will lie perfectly underflrts hips and betray nc fullness Many Kijids of Cuffs The choice of i cult is as broad as the choice of a callar The cheaper variety of shi twalsts have the straight stiffened cuff cut like the one on a mans shirt and held together with link buttons It is far pretti r however to avoid of a ch ap waist and put on narrow turnover cuffs or wrinkle the sleeves over the vrist and finish with a tiny edge 6f lae then fasten with lace buttons Keeping Table Linen In keeping the table linen that is not in daily use nany a housekeeper fs annoyed to find it has yellowed bad ly and must be ashed before it can go on the table gain This can be ot ercome If after be- Ing laurjdered this cloths and napkins are carefully wrapped In deep blue pa per or Iha sheet that has been hear ily blued 1ll Mild Laxative for Baby Free oGItheinto the wortd healthy but thousands become future weaklings between birth and the age of ten when the parents are still in greatest controlThe prime cause of trouble stomach A baby that is digesting its cheerfulromps and plays and never whines the growing child learns well at school and 4s eager for fun if its head is clear and ittstomach light and that means if it has no constipation attylrreguiarltyIn children is by the use of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin This is a liquid wonderful in its effect as Mrs laxativeI Dunham Apple Creek 0 Mrs Cul1amPlalnvl11e Tnd and numerous theirIgiven to any member ot the family In Indigestiontorpidheadache and similar digestive troubles pillstabletsnot be given to children women or old folks If you have a child or other member of the family who needs but has never used this grand laxative tonic send your name and address to the doctor and a freetrlal bottle will be sent to your home In this can find out what it will without personal expense doI If there is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There is no charge for this service The address is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Monticello IllIFor sale by The Rea Croes Drugstore I SlogansFREE Sewing Mac h nyIruns lighter than other t FREElasts longer titan any other 1Jf FREE ismorebeautifuithanany6tlicr RECka5 o vibration tnan any otter FREE is easier to operate than any other 1tJ1 FREEmakes a more perfect stitch than any other tsPFREE is the test of all com bid in one fREE SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO u ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK co Agent Springfield Ky II STPENS ljdCrop destroying V furred and feathered pests arc made short shrift of with a reliable unerring STEVENS CFor Sport or Service STEVENS RIFLES- S1IOTGUNSPISTOLS are unsurpassed HIGH IN QUALITY LOW IN PRICEI wjou cannot dlrtct expnu prepaid upon when ordtrlnf nd5centsin- Btimpi for DetcripUv Catalog Eplct STEVINS and lentral irearm 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character on a two months tour to the Mediterranean the Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco Southern France and Italy We will pay all expenses of every kind for a thor ough enjoyable trip Tile tour will be personally conducted to tht Tour Department The Herald Louisville IWrite Ky Per Full Information 11 = SsSSiSiiSiSStSifi A MOST TOUCHING APPEAL falls short of its desired effect ifad dressed to a small crowd of interested listeners Mr Business Man are i you wasting your ammunition on the smallcrowd t that would trade with you anyway or do you want to read those who are not particularly interested I in your business If you do I make your appeal for trade tq the largest and most intelligent audience in your commun ity the readers of this paper They aYecourti less wants r qTbe read by them and thev ii become your custom5j ers Try it and see fl9419O9IT ROSPERITYJREAD FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year i EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE COPYOF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS The Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1909Full and Colt1lltI Engraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of 3600 Printed in colors on heavy map paper It contains six pages28xS6 inches The Chart alone is worth JL60 The Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them very rare onetime only picture of its kind in are nine other of great value among them a map of theUaUea States thd Philippines Hawaii Porto Rico and the Panama Canal Zone alto snp ol the The Atlas shows portraits of all the presidents the Rulers of all Nations with Coats of Arms and Flags yeariciioOfficials Area and Population U S Senators Chief Justices Speakers of Kentucky House con Railroad Commissioners Districts Darn rwntl anaRepublican State Central Commit tees and State Executive Committees Senatorial FROM Districts Counties of Kentucky when made and TI from what Counties Area and Population Statistics of the Panama t Lakes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philippines Area and Population Of States and Coun tries The States and those admitted wa11ChartI for the Evening Post for One Yearjat 300 or for Six Months at 200 by Mail This triceonljrfqr w those who cannot The Evening post byCarrierorAgent Sample Copy and full description of I todyaedqtthekilo Skei THE EVEIIW POST IJtuIStUIeKr AIIIIISIS Lst SPECIAL PRICE AND TilE THE EVEN4NPOSTWITH THIS PAPER e350 PER YEARq i r f k- Vj ty fkF 1 t r t 1 E 1 THE pRI tFIEfD STJN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 i9OJ f4 I SP1RFfELIiirDAY su 4 UBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR r In Advance HL SMITH Editor and Publisher fcfiirrl at the at Sprinj eld Ky for transmission through the r as secondcwsmatter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Oae Year 100- WJt Moths 60 Three Month vi 25 Dimicrafic Ticktt J CIRCUIT JUDGEI H Thurman COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY C S Hill of Marion County REP REstNTATivE T D Graham COUNTY JUDGE B L L itsey COUNTY CLERK W F Booker CIRCUIT CLERKRobt Noe COUNTY ATTORNEYT Scott Mayes AndersontSCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT JW Bush JAILERGeo D Catlett AssEssoaW T Mitchell CORONER Dr W E Grume SURVEYOR Wm G Roberta Live Stock Markets iReported by Bourbon Stock Journal Bonr L bon Stockyards Louisville Sept 2SCattleRe ceipts 192 head for the two days 3337 the attendance of buyers was light to day the market very quiet and no ma terial change in values Choice butcher cattle and highgrade feeders and stockers were in good request medium plain and common cattle slow choice bulls Beady common dull milch cows unchanged no heavy shipping cattle here feeling steady Calves Receipts 115 for two days 446 choice light veals 120 to 160 Ibs in good demand at 7J8c medium common and heavy calves very dull medium calves 5i61c common 2Jbc IoteDonotshlp trashy light calves under 90 to 100 lbs as they are not fit to be slaughtered and will De condemnec1 HogsReceipts 1964 for two days 10300 the market ruled 5c higher on tops and roughs while lights and pigs were steady selected 165 lbs and up 780790 130 to 165 Ibs 725735 pigs 550660 roughs 675 down th market closed steady on choice fat hogs grassers and half fat hogs plenti fill and very slow sale in fact the buyers dont want these grassers at a dis countSheep and Lambs Receipts 178head for two days 767 the marketruled quiet about steady god fat sheep and choice lambs in good demand at steady prices the best sheep 3J4c commo- sheep dull best lambs 66Jc seconds 4J5c culls 34c r GRAIN WBEAT No 2 red and longberry Sl i2i 15 8 Uo8redandlongberryM 07l 12H Rejected d9eless onlevee1 less COBN No 2 Avhlte No2 mixed 70 OATS New No 2 whiter 42J4 No 2 mixed Bye = == = i80 The prices tor wheat are those paid by deal en j quotations for corn and oats are sell ing prices 1 A Card of Thanks J I desire to thank my fnends an f neighbors who have been so kind to me during the nine weeks illness of my little boy who is no better at present and also the following ladies who on September 6 visited my home and pre pared one bushel of peaches for pre serving and put up 21J gallons of cap Lizzie Crouch Mrs Mary PNicholason Mrs Susan Kays Mrs Mat Scott Mrs Susie Trent Mrs Bell tCheftthairi Mrs A D Hardesty Mrs Bell Bntton Misses Lizzie and Ida Sc rot iA friend in need is a friend indeed VEARLJE SMOTHERS Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made 3ikegra dfather used to make it t Died jtJ r J Last Saturday morning at ah early hour George Goode better known as Geo Easterwas discovered in the pas sageway between the old brick hop and Dr W F Trustys residence by rS J Anderson in an apparently dying condition MR Anderson had heard the negro moaning and as soon asr he could locate him went to his as sistance Easter had either been drug ged or had had a fit of some kind and had evidently been lying out in the cold for some time He was taken to AlexI Adams barber shop where Dr Beam worked over him until four oclock in the afternoon when he died He was buried yesterday t Easter had for many years been a well known figure about town and while thriftless was polite and accommodating The cause ot his death will probably be tinvestiatedby the county authors ties Probably fatally Stabbed On last Saturday evening at the Wardeville Store Sam Welch son of Thomas Welch a highly respected citi zen of this place and Ezra Wilham bl Washington county disagreed about 4 quart of whisky with which the two 1fieldspoken when the disputants rushed tqj gether Wilham drew a dirk knife which Welch sold to him last SaturdaY and stabbed Welch just above the heart then through the right kidney Wilham ajso received a knife mark or two but was not much hurt Doctors Murdock McClaskey and Beard have visited him also a specialist from Lou isville has been summoned as the only hope for recovery is in an operation Wilham ihas not been apprehended Bardsto n Standard Ol Desk + I I havea large oldfashioned desk that was nude about the year 1795 This desk is made of walnut and was made by hand and is put together with wood en pegs It has four Jarge drawers in the bottom part of lit to hold clothes etc and in the top part it has a lid on hinges that lean back on two pieces that slip out to hold it when you want to write on it It also has ten small drawers that were once used toholdl money in good old honest dys be 1eard of and thieves so plentiful It also has several places above the small drawers to hold import tant papers When the lid is closed up you can lock it and the money drawers and paper holders are inside The desk greatgrandefather John Hardin and then by his son Mordecai Hardin my grandfather on my mothers side My mother owned it after her fathers death ands few years before her death she gave it to me I have had it a little over fifteen years I will take pleasure in showing anyone the desk that is interested in old time furniture but the desk is not HARDINnBox 85 R F D No4 Springfield Ky Old papers for sale at this office PUBLIC SALOF Live Stock Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture Etc Having sold my farm I will on Thursday Oct 14 1909 IAt my residence near Springfield Ky sell at public auction without reserve all my personal property consisting of 34 1000pound Steers 50 Stock Hogs and Shots 1 Brood Mare 1 Mule Colt 1 Yearling Mule two Work Mules 20 acres of Corn 12 stacks of Timothy Hay 3 Calves 1 Gasoline Engine and Corn Crusher A large lot of Farmin 1Illementso all Kinds HOUSEHOLD AD KITCHEN FURNITURE Sale Begins Promptly at p m All sales for 1000 and over will be be on a credit of 12 months the pur chaser to execute note with good per sonal security negotiable and payable in bank and bearing interest from date of sale Sales for less than 1000 to be paid in cash RS ELIZABETH McLAUGHLIN f ttfyttILL L r fit Peyton flriggi ire visited relatives neaiJBloom field last weekendI Mr and tfrs John Simpson of near Pleakant G rove Visited relatives at this place Fridfcy Mlfs Nora iles1 of Mclntire jS theY gues of h rndmother Mrs S J l sQf s place t F Mrs H i Miidd who has been aerl ously ill tor several ekllffs9me letter at this writing Mr S H Bishop of Springfield W sited friend at this place Tuesday i p Mr and tfrs C P Gqatley attended the funera of Mrs George RbBinson at Willisburg Sunday f I Mr and Mrs Peyton Briggsvjvere guests of relatives in Nelson county Sunday M rw IT Moran is on the sick list this n kIsir and Mrs Edward Kelly elre ceivuig congratulations over the at Jneir ho me on Sept 24 a son Miss Mme Mann the sixtdenY ar old daughter of Mr aHoXMrs MB Mann this place was married Sept 24 to a Lanham of nearv Gravel Switch Thegroom is eightee n yea of age Mr J R ONeal and family nsited relatives bear Croaks Station Saturday and SUnd y M W T Snider recently purchased a nice bun hof shoats from M SaleVat Polin head Tatum Brow Ce atfper ed a bunch of butcher cattle county J ay Springfield wa well at terjded by many of our beat citizens Several n ules were on tne market rom this place What his become of our correspond ents throughout the county Whyoont you get u 3 a good newsy letter each week and make our news cqlumnsmore interesting I am sure that everyone of you ar efficient writers therefore I wishto liar from every one of the county reporters each week Hunt u a list of eaths marriages real eJtate transfers stock salves business and social items birthsfires etc in fact make up i brief list of all local happen runEditor The Merchant and Editor A newspaper can never very creditably represent a town whose business m HI donot advertise The editor may howl hirnselt hoarse Dragging about the vim and energ and enterprise of his town b it if his declarations are not backed ip by a liberal amount ofad vertising by the business men of the town t le world will be slow to accept his stat rments as true It takes more than th j unsupported testimony of the local nc spa per man to prove to the world t at his town is in the financial center the business center thebest market and the bestplace on earth to buy go ds his evidence needs corrobo ration md the business men are the ones to ive it Mindon News oujouri la Politest Usher to absentminded judge about to leave the court Youve forgot to sentenc Mm my lord Judl Dear dear I beg his pndon TatleW Why Druggists Recommend Chamberlains Colic holera and Diarrhoea Remedy Mr frank C Hanrahan a prominent druggist of Portsmouth Va says For the pa six years I have sold and recbm Choleragand DI rrhoea Remedy It is a great remedy and one of the best patent medicines nj the market I handle some others ojr the same purposes that pay me a le rger profit but this remedy is so bur to effect a cure and my customer so sure to appreciate mv recom mendiriff it to him that I give it the pret erence For sale by The Leo Hai don Drugo THE SUN S35Oand TIMES Dr1 G1BurtonRESIDENT DENTIST TeethtExtracted with 4f out Pain pOWN WORK rASPECIALTY AllDental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hajjon Block up stairs 1 I f LocM News Notes Old papers for sale at this office Great display of FaIt and Winter Hats next Friday arid SaturdayOct 1 and 2 MRS MULLIGAN over Peoples Bank FOR SALE HEpThe Century Dic tionary and Encyclopaedia Complete in 10 volumes H C LEE New line of Skirts just in MRS WILLIAMS FOR SALE400 bushels of seed rye Good quality W THEAD- Springfield Rt 4 Call and see my display of New Hats next Friday and Saturday Oct 1 and 2 MRS MUtL CANt oyer Peoples Bank Come in Thursday and haye Tour measure taken for a new coat suit or separate skirt Mrs McCulloh from Louisville will be at Mrs Kate Williams Millinery Store with beautiful line to show you Prices right FOR SALEA baby carriage Good as new Apply to H A GRINSTEAD If you are thinking of buying a gasoline engine see the MIAMI at A C Kimballs The new long corsets just in MRS WILLIAMS LosTOn the Willisburg pike a gray coyert cloth packet Finder please return to Katie Hertlein and receive reward FOR SALE4 shares ot 25 each in the Springfield Water and Light Co Mail all bids toDRJNQ M SPAULDING Bingham Utah- STRAYEDFrom my farm at Hillsboro one 125 pound barrow yellow with bla k spots Information appreciated C W STALLINGS Everything in new Fall and Winter Millinery ready for your inspection I have employed Miss Grace Wells of Louisville and Miss Eliza Hagan of the St Rose neighborhood to assist me this fall Cometo see us before buying MRS MuLHpANoyer Peoples Bank Mrs M W Hyart has been appoint ed by Mrs Basil Duke of Louisville as chairman of ohnson Island Committee to meetwith he State members at the Hopkmsville Convention Mr and Mrsj J I Wimsatt are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a fine daugh er which has been christened Marth Jane The little Miss put in her appearance last Thurs day morningiAt their paleuast Saturday Messrs Nat Campbell ahd Sam Bottoms sold their farm two ml es from Springfield on the Springfield and Loretto pike and consisting of U48i acres to Mr W K Robertson for 9LlOO W Mack Millbr of Nelson county was here Mondaybuying feeding mules He purchased 19 This makes about 60 bought in this county this fall Our farmers all like Mack and besides he is a liberal buyer I am prepared to show you the latest styles in millinery Call and see for yourself Am grateful for your past patronage and kindly solicit it in the future Respectfully MRS J H WYCOFF Mackville Kyi If you are going to buy a Wheat Drill dont fail to see the Thomas A full carload of Birdsell wagons just arrived See them Buy them Sold by A C KIMBALL Take your clothes to Links Rav to haye them cleaned and pressed Rates reasonable Work guaranteed MW W Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make ito OI 1 Next Tuesday Od S 1 IIsThe Date for Our Special Dispaly Of LADIES t TAILORED I SUITS dhII coupled with our large stock of SUITS NOW IN STOCK will enable you to see an extensive display of High Class II GarmentsDont fail to call whether you intend buying of not Iwe will Have Special Attractionsi- n in Other Departments I on That Day New roods coming in every day now Be Sure to Com- eIFTheROBERTSON I CoIMiss Ethel Turner of Mackville has just returned from Indianapolis where she purchased a full line of Fall and Winter Millinery and will be open for inspection after Wednesday Sept 29 Auctioneer So M Campbell leaves tomorrow Thursday tor Burnside Ky where he will begin an eightday auc tion of a 10000 stock of merchandise at that place There is not a better auctioneer in the State than Mr Campbell and the way he lands jobs in other auctioneers territory goes td prove that he is the right man in the right place A large number ot tobacco growers met at the court house Monday and lis tened to a stirring adds ess in behalf of the Burley pool deltyer d by Mr C C Allen who showed the benefits already obtained from the pool and the advan tages that may be derived in the future After his speech a number of the farmers pooled their 1909 crop Including the amount pledged Monday about 300 acres have been pooled in Washington county Bids Wanted Sealed bids for the erection of the new Masonic Temple at Mackville are wanted between this date and Satur day Oct 9 at 2 oclock p m The building is to be a frame structure Parties desiring to bi will send them sealed to C F HICKERSON Chairman Building Committee Mackville Ky Good For Biliousness I HI took two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets last night and I feel fifty per cent bettet than I have for weeks says J J Firestone of Allegan Mich They are certainly a fine article LeojHaydon ooooooocoooocooooooooooooo LFARMERSBANK Incorporated MacJcvillt Kr ICAPITAL 1500000 300000 We offer you fair treatment with every accommodation that is consistent with conservative banking aBankabilityIafjauWe anxiousJ B PETER President ELVIN BIRCH VPresident- J M SMITH Cashier- DIRECTORS J B Peter Elvln Birch MdlveyJGeo W Powell C Shewmaker J w Best B OMatherlj J W Arnold OOOOOOOOOOQQOOOOOOOOOOOOO The Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Adams of Henrietta Pa His awful m eczema had for five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the poisoned blood hid affected his lungs and nothing cold save him But it writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely v cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Bloocl Disor ders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is supreme Only 50c Guaranteed by Haydon and Robertson Kentucky Star Flour Best made FOR SALEA latestmodel btfo 5 Oliver typewriter This machine is in hrstfclass condition having been usfed1 only months For furth r particulars and terms apply at this office f Kentucky Star Flour Bestmade j t THE SPRINGFIELD WEDNESDAY SUN SEPTEMBER 29 1909 r r The Public is Cordially Invited to Attend The Opening of Our Complete Line of i Fall and Winter Millinery At our Store on f Friday and Saturday Oct1 and 2 i elfztWathen ShaderOver J J Graves Jewelry Store W l+t 4st1tYlAt yfA t37a + a34stsa3s3satsT + clNTlREJ Quite a number from this place at tended county court at Springfield Mon day Mr Cleveland Hill of Louisville is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J B HillThe pie supper given by Miss Regina Rudd at her school house oh Saturday night last was well attended and quite a nice sum was realized Mr J A Fields purchased of Mr Garrett Haydon one milch cow for which he paid 35 Albert Graves and brothers sold to some parties in Springfield on county court day a couple of suckling mules for 90 each Mr Richard Blanford of Louisville is spending a few days with his mother Mrs Teresa Blanford Mrs Jennie Corbett and little son of Holy Cross were the recent guests of friends here Miss Nettie OBryan and nieces Estelle OBryan and Clarrie Willett of Fredericktown spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Charley Wheatley Mr and Mrs Twiman Keene enter tained Sunday the following young people Miss Bogie Nally and Ernest Thompson ot Bardstown Miss Lulie and Al Wheatly Robert NaYy Paul Keene and sisters Flora and Bertha Died at her home near here on Fri day last Mrs Cassie White aged about 80 years She was the widow of the late Charles White She was a consist ent member of the Catholic church Her remains were interred in the Cath olic cemetery at Springfield the follow ing day Mr and Mrs AI Smith of Forest View were guests of Mr and iMrs Dick Keene Sunday last Mr Lennie McIntire was at Freder icktown Sunday Mrs Annette Blanford and children of Blincoe were the recent guests of her brother Mr T E Ballard Miss Prudie Wright of Loretto vis ited here last week Why From a small beginning the saleand use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy has extended to all parts ef the United States and to many foreign countries Why Because it has proved especially Jla1eby T + + + Marion bunt Enterprise and Falcon Quite a surpnse to friends here was the announcement that Mr Thomas Bickett son of Mr and Mrs John Bickett of this city was united in marriage July 26 at St Augustines church Jeffersonville to Miss May Jones of Louisville Many friends here wish the young couple a long life and many blessings Monroe Thomas sold last week to Sylvester Smith his farm of 111 acres nears Loretto for 2350 Mr SmIth also purchased of d Peterson in the same vicinity his farm of about 165 acres tor 2500 Mr Thomas will give possession about October 20 lIe ex pects to go in a short time to Illinois or to Oklahoma v Miss Annie Cooper died at the home of her mother Mrs Kate Cooper m this city last Monday afternoon Sept 20 1909 after a protracted illness of consumption Deceased was a daughter of the late Phillip Cooper and was 37 years of age j Mr A J Purdom aged 65 years died at his home on the Little South Fork Monday after a lingering illness fa complication of diseases The fu neral services were conducted at the home Wednesday afternoon and inter ment was in the family private burial ground The marriage of Miss M Rebecca McElroy ot this city to Mr Nathan W Busby Jr of Philadelphia will be solemnized at the Rectory of St Augustine church on Wednesday af ternoon October sixth at 315I Rev J A Hogartywill pronounce thejcere mony Nomvifetions have and only the immediate family will be present It Saved his Leg HAU thought Id loose my b writes- J A Swenspn Watertown isClTen years of eczema that i5 docbar could not cure had at last laid me uiC Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured At sound and well Infallible for Skin EonsEczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds iCuts and Piles 26c at Haydon and Robertsons FresH Oysters FresH Celery Malaga Grapes I II 11Come Katie Hertlein Bro- t Restaurant Bakery Confectionery CLOTHES ABU tNESS SET Self Supporting WoWian Who Would Succeed Shot Id Be Well Dressed Aiy roman who has her way to mak world whether fn social or business circles must recognize that dress Is one oi her chief assets a Rite in the Deli eator says The efficiency of a sale woman a stenog rap er a teacheri fact of any woman 1hO Ju iged by her dress is almos always taken as a slj m for success and it is a popu lar fallacious theory that realme t and ability always succeed- C rele sness is quite as blighting to one prospects as s abblness It may not e st orfair but It is ti ue 1atiwherev r you go your SO- cial pos on your income success or fail re our ability knd character are app aise byi the clothes you wear If I wjre tasting in business I dont care in what capacityand had only a vt ry little money to Invest I would put it into Clothesclothes that were suitable attractive and well made It Is v hat financiers call a good risk- a Investment that is almost certain Ito t rn out well I Ifint for a moment advocate ex tray gan e In dress except for women of lrge means With them extrava gan e is more than excusableIt Is just flabl 0it keeps money in clrcula tlon that would otherwise be Idle It give legitimate employment which is tl e wii est and most beneficent form of c larlt towomen who need rk Bi t for women In moderate woo stan es a parsimonious tow rd dress is a false and often fatal eco omy If you want to succeed In any hing look successful able competent Otl erwise you can never Inspire con dent In others and to look suc ces ul p osperous assured you must be ell di eased SW RD WEATHER VANE n1gHto Still o Wind as It Long as e on 610cklsland Barn i There are more hotels at Block Island no w than when I was there som j yea s ago and more people skid ama just back but I found at leas one familiar object there that plea ed my eye that being an old wea her v nee n the road running to the south fron the Islands center of population let the rem arkable clay bluffs that rise to he he ght of a hundred feet or jmor along the Jslands southern shore the e is a barn above WhOS cupola turn s a ho memade wooden vc ne fash Ion i in tl e form of a swordfl h The has y fish rmen of Block lah nd hunt the sword ish as well as every other sort of fish that finds a ome In or tha trave ses these water 4and here the swor lash weather vane seems not but strikingly appr prlaenlYsfrlklng about six feet in len th witch to be sure would be- small for a swordfish but which is big jfora eather vane and there it asJsUll he only swordfish vane I eyer saw and a pleasure it was to see it still there and still turning easily and as ever pointing true to the win Bet er Man of the Two A pretty freshlooking young wom an and a reamyeyed man got on a street car Hardly were they seated wh n a loc k of intense despair spread ove the rb ans face Whatfi the calamity nowr asked his companion pleasantly but with a tra eof al rm in her voice Iy cuff links he exclaimed tra ICally Ione of them is broke- an an enl is mining I never can keep my cuff together until we home What shall I do with a wil ace nt on he shall 1 he won an laughed with relief and an eyed eerfully Oh thats easy Give me v hats left of your broken sleeve IInkl I e obey d She leaned down quickly twisted a button from her shoes hocked it Dn to the damaged bit o jew elry an passed it ready for imme dia e use t a the man witha triumph an Ther Translated Into English very one has heard the story of the English man who was told when asking wha was done withall the su perfluous f uit grown in California Veat w lat we can and and wha we cant ws can he joke was told to another Eng lis man wl o received it with a rath er sickly si nlle and upon his return ho egave ils own Version of it Queer people those Americans he said Peculiar sense of humor Th jy told ine as one of their choice jofces that when asked what they did wi h their rust that was left over tht y answe ed that They ate what thty could and what they couldnt thty could ASkeleton t Defined hc superintendent was in the lab It of droppjng In to thFdltrerent c as- rd s sand a of Jes- ssoi from tlie pupil One day her adtlve mind hit upoi physiology a the study for exams mtion But th lit le girl tq whom t iq first question wai put so bewildered the superln to dent and made er lose her pa tie ce that tnere we e no more ques tlo is of a slnilar nat ire asked Tell me said the super ntendent what a skeleton Is ItThe little girl thought for a short time A skeleton 1 she as ed A s eleton Why a skeleton IsJ i man with his In ides out and jhis oa ides orr1 W V STALURD DI SPRINGFIELD KY DI TEETH DanllrI oeOeoeoeoe eoeoeoeoeoeoeo o Personal Notes o oeto 0 e Visitors In and Out of TownA Round Up of the Weeks 0 Personal News e o- aoaaooaooaoo Miss Lizzie Kinkead of Mississippi has accepted a position with Miss Willie Knott Miss Alma Spalding of Lebanon was the guest of Miss Margaret lagan the first of the week Mr Irvine Wimsatt of Louisville is visiting at the home of his mother Mrs Janie Willett Mr Ray Wakefield of Amencus Ga was in town county court day Mrs E S Mayes Sr dud Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Jr are visiting in Harrodsburg Miss Sarah Selecman Litsey of Lebanon is the guest of her grandpar ents Mr and Mrs WE Selecman Mrs Leo Haydon and children have returned home after spending several weeks with relatives in Bardstown Mr Chas Bosw ell is in Louisville on business Mr and Mrs Edwin Smith of Bloomfield are visiting Mrs Smiths parents Mr and Mrs Fielder Smith Mr Dudley Robertson who is at tending Beechmont College spent Saturday and Sunday at home- 14r W E Leachman spent the first of the week in Louisville Miss Fannie Smith visited her parents Mr and MrsJ R Smith at Bloomfield last week Mr B D Lake was in Bloomfield last Thursday childrenoJoseph and Mary Virginia are with herparents Mr and Mrs William Young this week 7M1ss Mary Brown ot Louisville sent Saturday and Sunday with her sisters Misfees Lucy and Veola Brown Mr W S Gibbs was here for tour ty court X Mist Mildred paldingof Lebanon visited Miss Elean guncan She was accompanied home by Miss Duncan who spent the weekend with her Mr Hugh Stiles of Boyle county spent county court day in town Mr Mack Miller of Nelson county Mondayn Dr W F Trusty is able to be out todhis home with typhoid fever MiJohn R Smith of Bloomfield visited here the first of the week Mr Arch Hayes of Louisville visited friends here the first of the week iniLouisville Miss Isa Colvin returned to her home in Fairfield Tuesday after spend ing several weeks at the home of her brother Prof George Golvin Mrs W F Trusty and Children are ewtHope a Mr W K Robertson is in Ginciri nati this week buying goods for the RobertsonClaybrooke Co Miss Nannie B Young who spent last week with Miss Ida Young has returned to her home in Lebanon =Mrs Louis Rodgers spent Tuesday in Louisville Miss Catherine Spalding of Lebanon was the guest of Miss Bertha Hay don Sunday Mrs John F Simms was in Bards townlast week 8Mrs John W Lewis has been yis florin her sister Mrs Samuel Avritt of Lebanon Miss Louise Haydon will leave Thursday far Memphis Tenn where she will attend school Mr and Mrs J C Shader visited their sonJP Sfiacler Jr at St 4 Marys Sunday e iftIt I JL J I Miss Willie Knott I all the Ladies of Springfield and Washington Coun IInvites to call at her Millinery Store the latter part of 1tt this week and inspect her Complete Line v of FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY 11All Goods have been received and nothing but the most I Stylish Serviceable and Best Hats have been bought I COME TO SEE MY LINE OF MILLINERY WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOTALWAYS GLAD TO snow YOU Childrens School Hatsline is complete for both Girls and Boys 50c to 101 1lYhave employed to assist me this fall Mrs Effie Wells Misses Liz friendijitJ I T T Mr G D Duncan has leturned from Cincinnati where he spent last week buying goods for Cunningham Duncan Co Mrs Sue Knott will leave next Monday for a visit to friends and rela tives in St Luis Miss Margaret Shader has returned from Louisville Mr Maurice Kirk has returned his 0 home in Maysyille after a visit this o cousin Mrs Elizabeth McLaughlin of near town Mr and Mrs John Wigginton o Spencer county visited Mrs M J Waters and family the past week Mr Wm Young will return home this week from McLean county after a two weeks stay among relatives an friends Hon T Scott Mayes spent yester day in Louisville Mr W F Grigsby spent Sunday at Taylorsville with his brother Chas E GrIgsby who is ill with typhoid fever put who is improving oIMiss Bertha Trusty left today r her home at Sebree Ky after a ten days stay at the h me of Dr W F Trusty She was accompanied by Dri Trusty who will spend several weeks with his parents at that placeI MrL and Mrs T Scott Mayes Misses Flaget Simms and Annie Mc Elroy hand Messrs Mike Simms Harry Shultz John Polm and Will ONan at tended the St MarysHigh School football game in Lebanon Saturday The Springfield Sun fLOQ per year The Sun and CourierJournal 150 fENWlLK Miss Frances Litsey aril brother Walter were tbeguests of their cow ins at this place Thursday i Mr Woodford Graves and wife yretK the guests of R B Grayes and famiijr lMrsLouise were guests of her sister JG W Fenwick of Canary Sunday Miss Effie Graves and brother Fib spent Saturday and Suneay witk Utrar cousins near this place fSeveral of the young people of dw vicinity attended the pie supper at tine Litsey school house Thursday night Mrs J R Claybrooke and son aIK Miss Valley Lanford were with Ka- Nannie Fenwick Friday afternoon Born to the wife of Tom Bowles lfm the 18th a fine boy Mrs C W Adams was the gBeetaff Mrs Edd Bowles Thursday Mr Stanley Rogers spent Saturday night with Harry Janes ansIdren spent Sunday with MrJB tand wife Mr Lon Barker and family and Mr PassesIour y en r Kirkland for a visit to their fatherG W Robinson KiHs Would Be Slayer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis Kmgll1IThey gently stimulate stomach bvesItand bowels preventing that clogismo that invites appendicitis curing Coasts hop Biliousness Chills Maluie Haydon INVESTIGATE THE INVESTIGATE THE QUALITYSTYLECompare and be Benefited by Comparison Our Prices are Right t See our Display of Tailored and Trimmed HatS Friday and Saturday Oct 1 and 2 WILLIAMS M W I I Complete StocK J- M OFa1 I FALL5E WINTER dr IGOODS r We have the most complete stock ever shown in Spring AlwaysIas well as buyers Ilookers you are not a customer rvE want you for a cus Let us show you look our stock over and you 1 will be a customer Come in and see for yourself jndMchitirc G THE SBRINGEIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1909 HORSifarmer Whe Is the Greatest Con- Winer Fixes Value f Animals Instead t Shipper The agricultural use of horses show liberal increase annually The orde- t commercial trade iias been I the past decade says the Drovers Journal Only a few years ago th fjreat wholesale markets established prices but today the value of horses fa appraised by farmers who are th greatest consumers If the farme- zeeds a horse he outbids the chipper and the animal goes to tak it place in operating farm 1ma cklnery instead of use in the city teaming Industry Shippers find them pelyes competing against the farmeI- EBr industrial chunks where 10HUIi isjnc longer the sales at wholesa- laarkets that establish prices but rath w what the farmer the great ni uuHier of horses bids for the anlmat- or personal use There is marvelous agricultural development in progress in the northwestern states and the Canadian north west that has wonderfully Increased POe demand for horses for farm wor Dollar wheat and TOcent corn and er agricultural products correspond revolutiireaking up of vast areas of virgi soil as well as encouraging more sci dlstrl4 j amdt the great profits realized from husbandry have broadened the demand for horses for farm use A new era l ku dawned on the farm where horses rind machinery do the bulk of the work J anbaleropsthe situation W1 the profits of his jirofesslon justify Imln paying a higher fqr horses is possible for the city consumer who a score of years ago established the commercial value of horses The prosperity of the farmer Is of vital Importance to the horse industry I METHOD OF CUTTING CARCAS- CliartShowing Way of Dividing Ani mil for Distribution Among Members of Beef Ring hreWIthjvt How to Divide diyidlng a carcass among the mem hers of a cooperative beef ring as portioned by a butcher The hide head heart and fat te the man who provided the animal An accujrateacju nT B4cectjj he weight quantitthaty ls can be arranged for lbyallowing full portions to those with larger families and half portions to others whq have small households The parts are distributed In rotation iso that each member will obtain fboiling a roast and a piece o p eakteach week I LIVESTOCK NOTES 71Cold air will not injure sheep but proveisot24er animal Never make your colts or horses face a blank dark wall all the time while in the barn Give them plenty of light it is better for their eyes rt Blind the hogs that have the habit of eating chickens by hanging a strip tf tin four inches by eight inches in size from their ears This will stop them when almost everything else had s Jailed Keep the sheep In out of storms but let them run out every pleasant day If any of the ewes seem weqk separate them from the- flock and giv them extra care and feed until they grow strong If any seem delicate thebutcherDont be in a hurry to dispose of the old sow If she is a good oneio raise keepIseven or years The newborn colt must have mil during the first half hour of its life or the chances are that it will die See that the colt is strong enough to ltComstalks r sheep and if they are cut green an properly cured and then put throug- the shredder there will be but little waste PigsT or blue f grasfc pasture dont forget that a lit tle soaked corn twice a day will promote fast growth It fs pretty hard madngImprovedmilk in place of the water- S r DETROITS GOOSE MARKET Where Housewives luy Living lirds for More Than One fteniFar up Hastings street where Ion 4 rows of poplar trees mark the ap proach to the Polish settlement says markerEelsewhere in the city On a vacant corner surrounded by a high fence an enterprising Mat sides has established a goosdaUd duck taranear women tode theea goose or theItransrso much vogue thateon any rooming of the week the housewife with a longing for poultry journeys here enters the inclosure selects the aPPeatssr mature judgment and stands by while the proprietor with a long hookiproceeds to separate the bird In question from the rest of the flock and deftly slip the hook about its neck making it a captive There is much dickering Often the first choice does not prove satisfac tory and a second and third bird is snared and inspected carefully to see allkthe preliminaries have been attended to the purchaser pays over the price withe itnarm and waddles off home the envy of her neighbors fnea MODEL PENNSYLVANIA ROAD Hummelstown Pikesso Construct It Withstands Traffic Wear and Weather IThat road is the Hummelstown pike near Harrisburg It is made ot- a mixture of water gas tar cement liquid asphal turn road oil carbolic disinfecting powder sulphate of copper and oil of wintergreen The sulphate of copper is used to prevent the oils from becoming ignited and odorSagreeable about the smell A curious effect of the mixture is its disinfecting power During the past year there was not a single contagious disease in that section The cost ef applying the mixture is 6 4 cents a squarEyard The qement holds the dirt together like stone and the oils make it water proof so that it really sheds water The road is never muddy and unlike a tar road does not become slippery in winter time Frost has no effect notfreezesmall as it Is sprinkled on like water That the method and the mix ture is a perfect success has been shown this summer Despite the heavy automobile and wagon traffic the road Is perfectly smooth and very hard and It has met the test In every wayy Washington Herald False Doctrine The late Dr Theodore Wall pre fessor of chemistry at Delaware col legs set officeholders a rare example of unselfishness by h his fees as state chemist greatly reduced on the ground that they were exorbitant Dr Wolf said a Newark man was a delightful lecturer I often dropped into the college to hear him Ill never forget one of his lectures on- t quack medicines He told us about an early patient of his a man who dosed himself with about a halfpeck of pills and two or three gallons of quack medicine every week There waS nothing the matter with the fool but all this silly medicine swilling and Dr Wolf told him so but it did no good Then Dr Wolf appealed to the mans wife to stop him but she des Glared that it couldnt be done She had quoted at him again and again she said the verse in the liturgy that pointed out his sin and But where interrupted Dr Wolf bewildered where does the lit urgy say king quack anythlngagalnstlta She was From all false doctoring Good useA HandMe Down A wellknown advertising expert responding to the toast Sartorial Prog re8sat the banquet of the recent convention of the Tailors National as sociation spoke somewhat as follows whokmens and boys fashions Thus you smarten lip the country and tend to abolish the dreadful Gust m of cut ting down dads suit to boys size I Remember how in the dlsta it past my intohWhats the matter I i sked sym pathetically Oh he murmured pats had his beard shaved oil and now I guess Ive got to wear those Old red whiskers Lippincotts Themrpeople have black eyes Yes and if they dont have them they are apt to get them J t ii r r j cJy f4 a L i1i f lf 4r J d t 7 fo 2 1 Ae h 7 o r r tM r f1- II j t To have a Sale this Fall it J tt1 s i t iI I f What yOU want at your sale so sto 11in good 1iiru ThefI 1irionly way to get a large crowd at your sale is to ad f vertise4 Let The Sun print you some neat SaletlWfs and run an advertisement and watch the crowd at tend The larger the crowd is better are the prices t y jIiMj ii jsf t fi As I fh j ws v fv gfgf P f f gfr f li ffgf rlS f I Sic lSlS Sfea Y t IBestWorkat the Lowest Price Ti2 f A JOB WORK OF ALL RINDS 1 i NEATLY EXECUTEDt IIJ i2J BltW1ibrt iMMs iiiIIIIIIIIaIT fi SUIfAND LOUISVILLE TIMES i 3 SO PER YEAR + IRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIaw H WEEKLY URIERJOURNAL Henry wal son Editor 1 Is a national Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and 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the stain as a sow 00 At1y boy or girl can take advantage et this offer Make remittance by post office money order and address THE COMMONER Lincoln Net To secure any of those book yuMwC out but JiM aeV iftatudlnpj nmo of paper below ahd seal together with ywr order e THE SPRINGFIELD SUN S PRINGFIELD KY I THE S RtNGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1909 dO ROUND THE CAPITAL laformatloa and Gossip PldkeU Up Her j rui and There IB WashiagtoB FuIiruqll4 Roosevelt May Complete Work on Canal WASHINGTON There appeared in the other day a story to the effect that when former President Roosevelt returns to this country from his African hunt Prest dent Taft will request hint to take charge of the Panama canal and com plete that gigantic work Friends of the former president say repoltturnedIs well known took the greatest per sonal interest in the Panama canal and there is no gainsaying the truth that had it not been for the little opera bouffe revolution on the Isth mus there would have been no Pana ma canal and had It not been for Mr Roosevelt there would have been no successful revolution But that is history now and the work of con structing the canal according to the reports received here is progressing nicely 5 Just about two years ago when the country was discussing the question of the renomination of Roosevelt a certain western senator in conversation said I do not believe there is any foun dation for the stories that President Roosevelt will be a candidate to succeed himself I think he was sincere II Is Poor Place for FortuneHunters THE national capital is the poorest in the United States for for tune hunters who seek marriage with rich girls as a means to acquire wealth It is not that the mothers of Washington have greater intuition than their sisters of less conspicuous titles of the United States Indeed the reason is far from the individual or collective abilities of Washington society women The glib tongued foreigner who poses in Washington as a count priacelet baron or any other of the noble offices soon finds that his game is known A softvoiced but determined demand is made on him within a day or two to leave Washington- If he does not do so the pseudo noble socm finds himself In jail or so thoroughly exposed in the Immediate circle in which he is trying his wings that he is gladtogo elsewhere In this work the foreign embassies take Uncle Sam Wants Anriv Surgeons N NOT FoR 3 surgeons are asking why js itARMY young physicians arejiot anxt ious to become attached to the army There is at present a lack of candidates who present themselves for examination for appolntmnl to commis sions in the medical corps The ex aminations held a few weeks ago In all parts of the country by special boards convened for the purpose resulted in producing about onehalfxhe number of provisionally qualified can dldates needed to fill the existing vas cancies The initial pay of a new appointee amounts to more than 3000 a year which Is much better than a young physician Is likely to receive whence begins his practice In civil life upon graduation The known advantages in the way of promotion and certainty of Income and final retirement at the age of 64 years or before that time for disability would it was thought rove attractive MORTEZA KHAN the Persian GEN to the United States is one of the tallest men in Washington being six feet four inches in height He also enjoys the distinction of be ing outside the shah the richest man in Persia He Is reputed to be worth at least 10000000 He is a most accomplished and gra- cIous host and can both make and pour tea with an accomplishment and grace which is excelled by few leading ij when he made his famous statement OIL the n ght of election 1904 Now the quest on is what will he do after he Ieav3si the White House Whue I have not discussed the questlo Ith the president I feel tnat the one Feat work for him to do after le iv ng the White House is to complet he construction of the Pan ama ca la He is just the man to carry this great undertaking to a successful elusion It would link his name s tpthis great waterway and reserv t all time to come President Roosevelt has the energy the fc rce the determination and the abl it to push the work to aj speedy Completion I do not know that th resident would undertake this tae if requested but I am satiS- fied tha t is selection and acceptance of the a p Intment would give general satlsfact o Jt woldseem that the senator in view of the recent publication had a hunch als it would strike one as a coincide ic i that the name of former President Roosevelt should at this time be bi ought into the limelight as the one n an to take charge of the work of b Ilding the Panama canal with whicl he had so much to do at president of the United States It can if rdly be questioned that but for the nic night successful revolution in Panam a he location of a canal would still be ip in the air as it had been for man ears The friends of the former r n sident say It would be a fitting tribute to him that he be asked by Presi lem Taft to take hold and complete the work first rankl bays the Washington Star They are quick tq learn whether or not fore diers who pose as nobles really b ng and are to act when they find mere commoner aspiring t o titles When t U society column announce that Sir Henry PierceBrdwnJones of Sirlefgh morons Brentshire in the Woods Idartley is circulating about Washingtdt society he is promptly in vestigated in that quiet way in which the foreig i embassies work and within a few hours his status is known If Pierce r ownJones has been gently whispering that the hopes to make a moneyed illiance with a view to rebuilding t us faded glories of the old manor lions e at Hartley in a way fit ted to his oble ancestors and cant deliver the goods in the matter of lineage e cry patron in Washington is given e rough information about him by the English embassy to earn for him ic3 tares on his next approach Its the jf me way with all the false hyphenat crowd whether their pretenses uegreat or small And the chevaliers barons and whatnots of othernat s get the same sort of treatment f om the embassies of the country in hich they claim noble or royal birtl More The suggestion that the entrance examination is too exacting is not ac cepted as i reason by the authorities who say tt e requirements are no more than shoul be within the capacity of graduates the best medical schools One aid t the solution of the probe lem may be that of having a permanent examiiition board sitting in Washington before which young men who are b ileved to be qualified may yearThereannual examinations It is possible that the raduates have hitherto found it in Jnvenient to await before the regular board at the Army Med ical school When they pass the physical and professional examinations they will be commisf idned at once as first lieu ants in tfye medical reserve corps a fl detailed for duty at some army- p st later oming to the school In e next r 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ieowned the thing he crowning jrtece being his quarrel with his Lan fee Marion Hulbert She haddade ydared that the great gem in its unique i setting was too showy an article of Sewelry for a man of good taste ear He had thought differently andIline outcome had been his final arissal Yet how to dispose of the ring was me of a puzzle to the unimag ve Ashton If he offered to Eve tjfevrel to any of his acquaintances they tlkenleave kman who destroyed his opal by the vigorous use of a hamm r but he ruinintitheg j Unaly he decided that the thing woum be to lose it But the simple and obvious methods of ridding him jfelf of it by casting it from a rapidly asovlng train or hurling it into the tocean from the deck of a steamboat aver so much as entered his head He remembered however that a Sriend had once accidentally left a dia fjsond stud in a shirt which was snt beenIt i Wanted to Give You Your Opal Ring Y wfscpjared at once and his friend ha fo e in Jmrsuit of the shirt but th sussing said was never found So when small Micky Flannigah his wasberma s son departed that morn J K with theroUhdle of dolled clothed s IncidentMlyahe opal ring Ashton jdrew a long breath of relief A couple of hours later a maid a Beared at the door of Ashtons roo th theannouncement that there was fc4ady down stairs who was very anx iSms to see him A very stout red jced gay bonneted ladyhis washer ady in greeted him What can I do for you to day Mrs landlyferransince de fTjreek before Mrt1aanigan s t n O1mabionestS beitherStance After thanking Mrs Flannlgan juib ctantially for her trouble Ashton once more slipped the inauspicious ring up ya His linger Later te the day Ashton dropped in rtSf Ills friend Jim Bentons office for a cbaf and the sight of the trim look tug young woman industriously pound rig away upon the typewriting machine put a new idea into his head youflimev Certalaly replied Miss Brown fin upoandn J s chine f walked over to her side and void her the address in a low tone rAfter thanking Miss Brown Ashton Hurried from the office with the enr elope safe In his pocket and back tbiy seclusion of his own room where pleasantuSktAo ttJl081ngltonce more JjI did the ring up in a small box which he pasted the address which he cut from the envelope f 111 have to guess at the postage seycrallItamps nestoffice and have the thing weighed 8ial is not if I want to lose it Wnen Ashton had shoved his box Snrough the slit labeled parcels at thai post office he felt mure like him self than he had done for some ti m There he thought complacent ly Tvje disposed of that opal for all time fiow and I dont believe even a twin Brother tor Sherlock Holmes could re More W to me They will get It at- Paaards Jewelry store either tonight tIJt tomorrow morning and I suppose fey will try to find out where it came front but they wont be abe to do so They can sell it If they want to for all I care The next morning drawn by that ir resistible influence which fe supposed to draw murderers to the scenes of their former crimes often to their own diPackardsthe clerks nailed him with Mr Packard wishes to see you a moment With sinking heart Ashton meekly followed the clerk into the Store Mr Packard loWed at Ashton sharp tuquiredAshtons face grew very red under the keen scrutiny of the old man Yes he scam ered pretending to examine the too familiar ring which Mr Packard held out to him 1Il- ost it Huh ejaculated the jeweler Looks more lilce theft It came to us by mail I knew in a minute it was yours for we never made another one PetcJ11farAshton gro u i wardly at the poor memory which had caused him to fore got that hehad had the ring made to order frona special design of his own at this visry place Outw dIy however he made the best oy the matter and took par session of the property winch refused to be lo tIlie resolved to make just one more attempt to dispose of the opal If that proved as great a failure as his prey ous efforts had been he would keep mightto he made his way to the Shirley theater where there was to be a popular priced matinee for children As he had expected there was a large crowd colleCt ted before the entrance Into this seething pushing mass of humanity Ashton forced his way by slow degrees It seemed an ideal place to lose any potWhenAshton slipped the ring from his finger and without so much as glancing at those about him slyly let it fall then he backed out of the crowd a rapidly as he could and hurried from the scene Early that evening as he was smok ing a lonely pipe and congratulating himself upon the fact Qhis having at last lost his unlucky opal the doo was flung open and Ted the curly HUIIbertGot a note from sis and making a sudden dive into the depths of trousers pocket he drew forth a crumpled note which he tossed to Ash ton Ashton opened it with trembling fin gers and read Please come to me this evening I wish to restore to you something o value which you have lost Marion He got rid of Ted In short order an then struggled Into evening clothes Poor little girl he thought com prepeit as t have had and now shes give in and sent for me to tell me that restorehetselttv have to own up that shes been In the wrong so Ill make things as easy her as I can by acting as if noth Ptog had come between us So when heetered the HulbertB parlor Ashton not noticing or heed ing Marions embarrassed demesne sprang forward and clasped her unre sisting form In his arms The quarrel was speedily a thing of the past It was not until a triumphant Ash ton was bidding a blushing goodnight that that young person remembered to say There I came near forgetting to give you your lost property VI supposed that you had already returned it Ashton replied with a m anlngsmfleOf Marion pouted I wanted to give you your opal ring Where on earth did you get it demanded the amazed Ashton h took my small niece to the the ftor and when I reached home I found it caught in the pleats of my skirt recognized it as yours and sent f youOf course I saw you near me the entrance though you didnt cons scend to notice me Now his opal Is Ashtons most treasured piece of Jewelry and when un one says anything about an opals bringing bad luck to the wearer ha affirms stoutly that his has brought hi the best possible luck a man could have but he has never thought it necessary to explain to his wife just how he happened to lose the opal that da at the theater entrance when e found it toamericans as Usual to the Fore In order to raise the 30000 kronen still necessary for the Johann Straw- memorial to be erected in Vlenn- a series of performances will be given at the Theater an der Wlen where nearly all the waltz kings oper wore performed for the first time Members of the operatic companies and the various musical organizations thehelr first performance which will be T Gypsy Baron have already bees Rcrlbd for In commenting on the assured success a Vienna paper says that visiting Americans have been the emost liberal subscribers On His Way A man can never become great as long as he associates with men of less than average intelligence got FARMER NEGLECT BABIES Pay Mor Attention to Raising Cara and ihjofs Than They Do to v That of Children Topeka ECan Parmerg in the mid productiongrowing l ally steers and tat porkers that they are likely to neglect the up bringing bi their children Such Is the cousins on bf Prof William A Mc Keever State Agricul ral ofiKansas undertaking to is preparing a set of bulls in telling the farmers how to raise bet er sons and daughters Prof Mel leevej Is sending his bulletins bro d act from Manhattan mostl3throughof the state We pave special courses In poultry raising pig rising and horse breed- Ing he sal in one of these bulletins while parent go right on In the good old way rea ii g children by guess hearsay and s iperstltion As a consequence thefir t children In ma y fam fifes arq us d for experimental pur poses and tiough they may be well born their p o pests of a useful career are often bl g ted forever Prof McK sever believes in tIe doctrine of war f r children with parental atte ai Ion as the general basis for rearing etter crop of sons and daughters t edience he finds is gen 4thee most intelligent direction is worse than untram n led liberty He feels tla appreciation is lacking of the true ciinity of quiet hora life Prof McKeevers bulletin covers many topics the rearing of children in small towand on farms WILL r GIVlUFE TO SCIENCE Kansas to Die to Prove Austria ofIiConnThaddeus s whoIbasga s erman Is G W Reese o unIsubmit hams If for the experiment Prof Tietze A wired that he will ac cept the conditi ns Reese pnly wanted thsnan animal and then h would place hi iiself on the hands o the professor tc be killed sand resu- rested for the s im of 100QcProf Tlets e recently late a big estate in his own cojuntryL from hifs s thadt o other hands mi Himself become the subject lie ils o has plans to term large stock c m pany and build an In t appnHis content on Is that any anlm that died an ui natural Heath can b in five hours of the tion ceased He buries resuscitatedfl compound and creates JEST RELEASES A PRISONE StoryWhenCI y Ordinance nSan Franca sco White Hat McCarthy crack id a joke before Police Judge Conlan th it not only tickled the judge and ths4 who lingered In Msj courtroom bu erhaps earned for m a dismissal o t le charge of violating an ordinance re sting to the hitching of horses Horses left standing In the stre must be tied and hitching blocks are provided for hi3 purpose A police man found ac u tied horse the other ownaanimal waited for 14fcCarthI anord whyathe he left him You know do you not McCarthy oYes of horses left st nd ng in the street 1 mNow let rie tell you answered McCarthy I Ied the horse all right but some one to e the hitching block and thats the reason he was not tied What heSome one tot the block repeated McCarthy 1 Ha ha laughed the judge Case dismissed In Prism for Another ssNew Yorker He iry Greenberg now serving senten e of 20 years in Dan nemora prison fr burglary in this whichashe confesses t having committed the crime for whir Luis Goldberg Is now serving a life sen tence In Sing Sing Goldberg who ccmes from a good hefamily was convicted last February as it was hie second offense the hlaw required that he be sentenced to life Imprisonment Kaiser Wa ches Swiss Army Vienna Con rerslng with the Swiss military attach at the conclusion of the AustroHuc ga Ian maneuvers at Gross Meseritc mperor William of Germany expre seil a desire to attend the Swiss maneuvers saying that he pad heard Inter at ng innovations had been made in tie Swiss army TheBCandXYlLof ADVERTISINGA wrktM ky Seyrerr Eaton of Philadelphia IN O S The man who succeeds must fill his job so full that he bulges out a little at the top where people can see him The successful store must do the same thing only in a different way The goods must be on hand the prices must be right i the service must be commendable i the trading must be square the kind of square 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