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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i f i J I mbi I Itr UU 1I l i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY c 1 jil t A i 1 4 Jr r + r VOLUME V q ISPRINQFIELD KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13 1909a MtlMIE145 11 1KILLED AT- HELPER UTAH john Perry Caught in Machine and Instantly Crushed to Death The following account of the death of Mr John Perry was taken from an Utah paper Mr Perry is well known in Springfield having married Miss Dora Trotter of this place He is also BushdrMr John Perry a well known citizen and chiet electrician of the D RG at Helper Utah was killed Tuesday morning about 1030 a m while walking between two fly wheels in the D R G power house Just how Mr Perry met death will never be known but the supposition is that his clothes in some manner were caught by the key on one of the fly wheels causing death almost instantly as he was hurled to the floor The belt thrown the to sloW ryIow a on iIthe employees and a moment later the d dveifdr Perry a body lying oh if the floorAt once Dr Slopansky was summoned but too late as death was almost instantaneous Mr Perry was a native of Kansas coming West several years ago spending the last eight years in Carbon county where he assumed the duties of chief tvice1iorthe Utah Fuel Co at Castle Gate as chief electrician where he also held the tofEce of justice of the peace The fail Tire of the Ibo Grande tosecure a successful electrician for their Helper plant during Mr Perrys dtayin Castle Gate caused them to request his return to Helper where he has operated their plant successfully and without criticism Mr Perry at the time of his death was clerk of the town board ot Helper and also a deputy sheriff of Carbon county which office he has faithfully ifllled A wife and a host of friends are left to mourn the loss of our departed friendFuneral services were held Thursday morning alter which the remains were placed on the train for Provo where the Elks of which he was a member took charge of the burial A special car of friends accompanied the body to Proyo stopping at Castle Gate for those who wished to accompany the remains to their last resting place Automobile Tour The reliability and economy run of fItheLoUisvjlJe Automobile Club through Springfield last Friday proved Jto hej VAry interesting to a large crowd which gathered on the street to see the speed wagons go through From 930 oclock until near noon the autos their occupants dust covered but apparently enthusiastic dashed UD Main street and around the corner and were soon lost sight of in a cloud of dust Twenty odd machines led by Mr Scott Moore the pilot were in the contest One of the contestants was Ir Clark well known to Springfield people driving a Max well Mr Gwm Marks rode with EG Rei ers in a Reo No accidents had marred the runw this place and the Louisville papers report that no senous accidents were suffered during theen tire journey McElroy Buzby Miss M Rebecca McElroy and Mr Nathan W Buzby of Philadelphia were quietly married at the residence of Rev J A Hogarty pastor of St Augustines church Wednesday after noon at 315 oclock The ceremony thel4 v Ir close friends A elf hour laterMr and Mrs Buzby lift for a bridal trip through the east it the onclusion ot which they will behorn in Philadelphia where Mr B izby is a prominent retail coal dealer Ther were no at Thtirryman and RoYdc Iroy stood with the bride and groom while the cererhon was being perform The bride is the youngest daughter of the late R Y lcEorand is a me tuber of an old an I prominent Marion county family Th many charming graces with which s le is endowed have greatly endeared hi r to many fnends and shewill prove welcome addition to social circles in he new home Letr anon Enterprise OBITUARY Mrs T1 Nally rT L Fenwick and Mr Tom Wi hams Passed Away Our ng The Past Week t Died at the home of her husband Thos J Nally near Bardstown Ky Friday October 8 909 MrsSallie Nally aged 63 years The funeralher vices were conducted Sunday morning mlBardstownandthe St Rose cemetery Mrs Nally was a nalive o Iand had spent most Of her I ashmgtonicounty Her maiden Pa ing she being a daug ter o the late Franklin and Ellen Ry SheIwas first married in Henry F nwlc kI to this union twelve children were I orn of whom survive Mrs W A Smith fitrs S A Smith Mrs Ella M and Messrs Bert and Le Fenwick One brother Mr Martin J Spalding and one sister Mrs Thos Fenwick both of Uniontown Ky also survive Twelve years ago the dece ed married Mr Thos J Nally one of the best known and most highly rest ected citizens of this county Mrs Nally was give a thorough education in tier youth graduatedI from Loretto ny many years her au was the Mother Superior She had been sick f a long timebut bore her suffering pati idly and did notc rebel when the finals nmoris camec The family has tlj sympathy of a wide circle of friends Mr Thomas L Fen formerly a citizen of this county Iied at liis home in Uniontown morning at 10 oclock of typhoid his death pccurring just an hour and a haY rior to the time the death of his is erinlaw Mrs TJ Nally Mr Fe9iclt wad the son of the late Thos Y Fe iwick and was 63 In 1872 t le deceased was MgrIwick of this county is a Jbrottier and Mrs Sue Mock of Lai isviltei a sister Mr Tom Williams a wellknown young man of the Mel ntire neighborhood died at the hor le of his father Mr John Williams ft onday of con sumption and was bu ri ed at St Rose yesterday morning 1 fie deceased had lived m Louisville tin latter years of his life but came home n August a sick man and was unable to recover his health This makes the th rd grown child bIy death within a year Up Before re Bar- N H Brown an ati orney bf PiUs field Vt writes W have used Dr Kings New Life Pills f r years and find them such a good fan ily medicine we wouldnt be without tjhe n For Ch11lsI Constipation Bilious e or Sick Head ache they work wonder 25c at Hay don Robertsons PAINFUL rINJURIES Received by Wathen Simms Wherl RoofYLast WeekHe Is Now Improving Wathen Simms was severely hur last week when he fell fromthe roo of a tobacco barn on the place of his grandfather MrT W Simms Mr Simms at the time was painting the- mb roof when in some manner he be gan to sllip toward the eaves of the roof probably having stepped on paint He fell on the roof but managed to throw his body oyer so that if he should plunge to the ground he wpuld not fall on his head His efforts to save himself were fruitless and he fell a distance of thirty feet alighting among stumps and stones Upon examination it was discovered that he had broken his ankle and his noseJ While the injuries are serious and lipainful it is nevertheless a matter of congratulation as well as of wonder that Mr SimmS was not fatally injured by the fall He is rapidly improving You Sficluld Be Interested j t The Louisville Herald is now conduct ing a voting contest whereby they will seriil twenty young ladies on a two months tour of Europe with all expenses paid One of the prizes belongs to Springfield and can be won for its contestant with a little effort There is no appreclateHertlein and she is the winner if Springfield says so Are you on Everybody get in and make her the winner Ask Miss Hertlein how you can assist her ANNUAL REUNION Of the Old Soldiers of Washing tonCounty Held Last Friday at Squire Hendrens The balmy weather of last Friday drew an immense crowd to the old soldiers reunion which was held m a grove the place of Squire Nimrod Hendren pear Willis urg It is estimated that 1200 or 1500 gathered to pay honor to the old soldiers and to enjoy the spirit of good fellowship which prevailed Veterans of the Mexicap War and of the Federal and Confederate Armies of the Civil War and of theI SpanishAmerican War were in attend ance all affiliating and each vying wIthI the other to show his American citizenship At noon a fine dinner was served to all who were in attendance and after some patriotic music Squire Hendren made some nrejiminary remarks the roll was called and then the speaking began Patriotic addresses were made by HonJ W Lewis Rev C H Bo hannon Hon1H Graham and Rev Simms All of the addresses were filled with patriotism and were heartily ap preciatedby the large crowd A committee was appointed to seta time for meeting next year Purchases Farm Edward Baumeister of Louisville who is well known throughout Kentucky as Cherokee Edhas purchased from the Columbia Trust Company a fine farm near St Mary The deal by which i he acquires the property was mad av day or two ago There are 630 acres in the farm The land was originally known as the i1and the Dailey places and lies between St Mary and Raywick Mr Baumeister is a young man whose wealth is said to be something like a quarter of a million a good part of which is invested in a menagerie t Among his trained animals are lions tigers and monkeys and everyone here bouts is wondering if he is going to winter his animals on his new farm Mr Baumeister recently gaineda great deal of notoriety by placing a wild west show on the road He owned his railroad train and had gathered together a large number ot Indians and cowboys all of whom were well trained How ever the weather was against him and after two weeks on the road the show was sent back to Louisville The yen youngf meister paid between 25000 and 30 000 for the farm he has just purchased Lebanon Enterprise BURLEY SOCIETY During Session of Board at Win- Chester Decide to Move to LfxingtonJ Winchester KYOct 6The Bur ley Tobacco Society heldda short session this morning and after passing resolutions of respect to the memory of Waller Sharp of Bath county a member of the district board who died suddenly last night adjourned until this afternoon out of respect to his memory At yesterdays session it was voted to change the headquarters of the society from this city to Lexington but the vote was reconsidered The entireses sion this afternoon was deyoted to con sideration of the question t Various propositions were considered and rejected but finally a vote was taken on the original proposition and by a vote of 28 to 8 it was decidedto- locate headquarters at Lexington Considerable hard feeling was manifested Heirloom r Judge W E Selecman owns a very interesting heirloom a counterpane which was made by his mother outa century ago The Judge says that he has often heard his mother say that she not only woye the cotton from which she worked the counterpane but that she alsocultivated the cotton gathered it ginned it and carded it It is marked with the initials of her maide name U L M Lucy McKay showing that this interesting piece f handiwork was made before her marriage to Judge Selccmans father which occurred in 1826 The counterpane therefore must be at Iei st 100 years old Judge Selecman also owns his mothers old spinning wheel which she used long ago and on which the cotton used in the counterpane may have been spun Of this however he is not certain It is needless to say that both the counterpane and spinning wheel are priceless in the eyes of the Judge as well as being a source of interest to his friends A Tie Game f A very good game of football whipl- iresulted in a tie the score being 5 to 5 was played at the High School grounds last Saturday between the eleven of the Springfield High School and the second team from St Marys College The home boys had been to St Marys the preceding Saturday and had met defeat by a score of 11 to 0 so in this game they were out for revenge Both teams played good football and the game was interesting throughout The home boys scored a touchdown m the first half andj St Marys in the second neither side kicking goal Allof the home boys played well but probably the stars were ONan Ben Simms and McClellan second team from the Hig jl School went to St Marys Saturday t ThlgameTry Kentucky Sta Flour Its made like grandfather use i ttf make it The Springfield BuL 1ft III iiI r t The Old Church Ji r ryj a t Ive been back to the country church I loved in days of yore I saw the horses hitched about the old familiar door VVft lingIskylrye The veering ships of cloud were out and white was every Sail V And silver came the song and sweet the piping of the quail And with it all the church of oldmy mother worshipped there They led her to its altar as a bride so young and fair And through its windows came the light that fellyWhen folded from the toil her hands and reached the resting place There may be other churches that are grander to the eye 1 lr skyButLike that in hymns that helped the heart the choir of old did sing I lingered in the morning light in that familiar place And seemed to hear the prayers of old and feel the tender grace I could not think of them away beyond the yearning heart For odis love and they are His and we can neyer part And so I think of it today upon the city street r The wind that ruffles up the grass where all the graves are sweet And like a rose that will not fade preserved by heavenly t The old hearttIF J CROPSI Commissioner Ra ReportWhichMakes kin Hands Out Farmers Feel Good Bumper crops andsplendid weather have made rich acres of farm land in entucky a source of wealth and com fort during the summer and so far in tie fall is the report of Commissioner o Agriculture M C Rankin The late fill has enabled the farmers to house their crop and the stock is tree from d seases except the sheep and the far n ers are working hand in hand ioerad ic ate the scabies and lift the Federal q arantine The report of Comntis- S oner Rankin follows In a number f c unties there is much complaint of the d y a eather especially is this true in the Second District which has rethrded full sowing greatly and caused a scary city of water for stock Indications are that the average acreage of wheat will be sown and there is little raised in the State but its acreage will be on an average with past years In thee rly part of the month there was con siderable complaint of tobacco from house burning Especially was this t ue of the early cut tobacco but dur ing the latter part of the month tobac co has been curing satisfactorily there u a great scarcity of hogs for meat for ome Consumption and the price still ontinues to be very high We have tiad no reports of existence of disease tong hogs The number of sheep in he state has been on the increase for lometime and since the quarantine has been declared on sheep in this State nany sheep raisers have shown a strong Cr to aid in th eJifltif1ko the quay antine by the of this disease by dipping th iri1iee1 This quar an tine will no dou t liiftedrfcJtjSHfl y ata time and it behooVes ev riMep- raiser to go before has Fiscal Co0pid ask them to erect a public dippingi g- and tj ty use all their available meafis to stamp out the disease in that county Cattle show a slight decrease Innum bens Horses and mules continue to be high In price and hard to buy The acreage of potatoes has been large and the yield is on an average and the crop is of a good quality The early planted crop seems to be slightly better than the later crop Id Rather Die Doctor Ithat have my feet cut offsaidML youllIaway eight toes if you dont said all doctors Instead he used Bu klens Arntca Salve till wholly cured Its cures of Eczema Fever Sores Boils Burns and Piles astound t the world 25c at Haydoa Robertsons rL McI TIRE Miss Bessie Head of Marion county t is spending this week with her siitir Mrs Walter Willett Miss Sallie Thompson and niece Gas Catherine Thompson of Springfield are the pleasant guests of relatirWr hereJ fI Mrs Annie Vise of Mrittoon III ir here on a visit to her parents 111xand Mrs Bob Clements toMr J R Montgomery was in Loofe yule Sunday and Monday dfMrs Hattie Keene whorastcal1e3 to Bardstown last week by the sickiwe and death of her mother lira Xoiaa Nally has returned home Mr James Fields and J C Enaoriit tended county court in BardBtowtfMW day Thomas and Lee Mclntire sold to Mike Fitzgerald and Byron Crbake five weanling calves for 85 also one year i ling heifer for 4 cents per poundswig one fat cow for 2J cents Mr J C Ensor sold to George Bay of Lebanon one work mule for 100 Mr Sam Nally who sold his farm is Mr Ed Dragoo a few weeks ago xs learn expects to locate in Nelson coov ty We regret the removal of Yr Nally and estimable family from orrj i midst Squire Jim Mudd of Louisville was here last week o business f Miss Alice Sans berry who has bf staying in Chicago for aomeairr2 past is visitingrelatives in this idity Mrs Ben Haytfon of Dants Statiiii1 after spending several days within daughter Mrs Manny Alvey has turned home ji Mrs Wat OBryan of Forest View was the recent guest of her sister Mrs Tom Blanford 0 Mr and Mrs Bunch Brown of Spriijc field visited tile latters parents ilr and Mrs CIaI Piles last week i Again the death angel hoveredarpmcl the home of Mrktook from them 1 their eldest sea Thdma aged about twentysix His- dea1htwai due to consumption TWIt 4r sad event occurred on last Moooiajv Few young jp i live to make iiifriends and fetfer enemies than Tom Mr WilliarYs3Eras tliebentire commtjrilty as this is the Uur d child he t within the pest yiar The funeral tgolcjjlace at St RosWtW taThe MrarOscar Fields died October 1 kror Chapped Skin L Chappedskin whether oh the iMbia or face be cured In one nighapplying Chamberlains jealso unequalled forsorenlpplft bitrrand scalds For by The Loo i donDrugiCp j iJt c r T THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13 1909 r f4i J iC BY DEC 5 tit it After Decembe First a penalty goes on Ray now Save Money i iTMiij my last year to collect Take and being duty bound to mafke all collections by December lit I ask that everybody call and 2 = settle without further notice and avoid trouble f Sydney Osborne Sheriff Washington County 2 mm AND STOCK j Kims of Interest to Farmers and Live Stock and Poultry p Raisers i ize the young trees set out this spring kied care and water at this time Look it them Success in the garden is largely au won of fertilizers liberally and tfdously used 4 When trees are affected with teach jwBow they should be exterminated root aid branch The Vines should be cleared off the sweet potatoes as soon as practicable after the first killing frost If your chickens are not confined be IlK surprised if Biddy waiks up to the ibsse some day with a nice increase m hens with the best appetites sled the full cropssire usually the best ayers but they should not be permit JW to get too fatI Deep rich soil of an alluvial nature oilv which contains plenty of humus is excellent for planting small fruits y5t goes without saying that VeryI 4oaier should keep enough p etrppiy his own needs Further than drat it depends upen his convenience to ttarket What is a good hen One that lays JW eggs ayear is good One that lays Rio is among the very best The aver age farm hen probably lays 100 eggs a nriNo fruit should be allowed to go to waste as long as there is a possibility t making cider vinegar and unter mnted grape juice Our orchards are largely what we make H them Good cultivation tender rare and knowledge of conditions make Jor success m fruit growing t In selecting your floc for next years 1ork see that they arV all in perfect condition selling any whii h are not T cbtbQsc turkeys that they have al right tx roost anywhere but at home and you will come nearer to finding all 9f them about Thanksgiving time The feeding and growing of little ducks is an art which everyone must Ibmt before they can wish for success vipoaltry raising However its worth tit trouble Kerosene used as a paint spray or affixed with whitewash 19 one pt the 6esr stand best materials for killin iftcects in the poultry house It kill wfeetever it touches i oief Americas most prominent ryes pecishats in discussing thei aterreracking brain breaking habitsof Jfenefricn business men and the often auf mental and physical results cor etudes with this significant statement In many cases the cultivation of s back tiding has restored shattered Mares and revolutionized the methods Harge business enterprises Dont let any weeds go to seed in the arden for you are making sary work another year by unnecesI jwste to multiply Clean up gmd walks and burn aU trash that might arbor insects ire packer is authority fpr the state jaent that the cost of picking apples Elutes from seven cents der barrel Rhere the trees are low to 20 cents pAr Wrrelf where the trees are la ge and lipba1i gb An experienced sheep mjui giyes the fallowing method for dock jng lambs Tie a cord tightlYabout the a bbs tail sale inch from the body With a pair f pruning shears clip off the tail just below the cord Rub carbolated vase Jiie onthewound and remove thestring afirignt ThrCshould be no idle land in a well nagedgarde As Boon as onc crop Jtttr matured or passed its usefulness the land should be thoroughly prepared J a y rY generally well manured apdj a ucces sion crops planted It is claimed that under the system of alternating clover and timotl y with the potato crops even without he use of barnyard manure the lane is gradually improving So long as the clover crop isi a success on such fa ms the system bids fair to prosper If lambs are suffering from di irrhoea give castor oil and follow with twelve drams of prepared chalk on i dram powdered ganger and one d un of laudanum mixed Dipping is profitable A w ys dip when the wool is short as le s dip consumedand ticks will be mow apt isI leave the sheeps body Con dips are good but some fame s make their own with tobacco s 1urand carbolic acid The use of a wide dropihg b and un der the roosts elevated andIa half feet from the floor eps floorof the house clean and allo1 s mare inside floor space for the sow in bad weather when they must be jcor fined Chickens do better when ed beef scraps occaslokUyLObtain Ir m your butcher scraps such as he o dinanly gives awiy or sells for dog m at and chop them up fine and lat r n when you kill a beet remember ts ye some parts for your poultry ofia ruleit is caused by overfeec ing Too- much grain with not enough s larp grit to grind it will usually bring m an attack of indigestion which scor turns to blackhead Sometimes the h ad turns pa sickbIrdIshould be removed from the fl ck Ever get a mite on yjuhandor neck Fun isnt it What do oar think of hens that have ten thoui and such pests crawling all over then How can they help getting poor in le h and all run down Help the biddie s out by cleaning the houses from top o bottom thenIdope the birds themselves oroughly until the last one is gone Keeping poultry dry is Df more im portance than keeping them warm i it they are dry they will be con fortable For this reason thehenr use rogf should be tight all rains The same principle applies to the poul try grounds They sho Id be well drained and dry for healt i ii summer r and comfort in winter The hen that must tramp in the wate ai d mud i winter with wet and cold iee t will not thrive and lay 4 ocgk sof pallets Give these pull its the room that has been used by be th cockerels Epilepsy FitsJConvulsions or iSjapns and St Vitas Da c are Nervous Diseases Most cases can be cure 1 by W1qingupthe To dOithis a nervs ecU esNefficacious and s aq tntyGases cure you We can giye you names of ma ay who have been cured ugh its use Write for ac vice My son John had epllepsiy fo ears and after having him rea efl by specialists for over 2 years ie still continued to have spells J lad al knowingtotryGrave him a teaspoonful thiree day then in July I gave It as directed and I could see that he was tin r ylng singeAugust gtheinduce others to try itW R ALLISON Mooresv ne Jfia NervIneprice of first bottle only If It fall to benefit y u Miles lIIetall Cyr E 1i4- and pullets They are growing so rap idly doubting in size in two months that the pullets need twice the house space of two months goThe cockerels will annoy the pullets and they will not mature in as good laying condition as if penned alone Both cock betterorlbemgnot be made until two weeks before eggs are required for hatching The ripening of cream is caused by a certain class of bacteria which usually get into the milk from the air They are also transmitted from the churn and milk vessels Also the proper rip cuing of cream depends upon the temperature upon which it is held If the cream is held at two low a temperature the bacteria are held in check and hence cannot work normally Often interfering species of bacteria get into the milk and creamand destroy the effect of those that cause proper cream ripening Dont keep turkeys penned while fat tening They resent jit and sometimes lose their appetite A turkey needs exercise and will not thrive long in close quarters It is a good plan t have a house or shed with removable roosts for the turkeys to sty in t night One side or at least doors ar d windows should be fitted with poultr tie tu are remove t e roosts as they interfere with the wor If turkeys get their will they are sure to roost upon the highest trees or roof of a building Marion County Enterprise and Falcon Miss Ella Bourie and Ernest Mobley were married In this city Tuesday eve ning by Rev A C Graves The ceremony was performed at the residence of James Mobley a brother of the groom tnine oclock and was wit nessed by only a few intimate friends The groom is a son of John Mobley of this county and for sometime past has been engaged in the livery business at Springfield Mr Joseph Hamilton at West Louis villor a prominent young farmer was united in marriage to Miss Annie Canary of this citv Tuesday morning at St Augu tine s church The cere mony was p rformed by Very Rev J A Hogarty a 5 oclock in the presence ot a fEw friends of the happy couple Elizabethn Neal and Mr Thomas Canary of cereImony party early train for Louisville from WhiCh cItyI tuey will go to Owensboro their future home The bride and groom have many happYjHire AI yJ W Spalding of Louisville and Miss Annie Francis Hamilton were united in wedlock at St Augustines c urchrthis city Wednesday morning in the of many friends by Father HogartyI The attendants wer es8rsJ r Ke ly an Henry omit toil The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Martin L Spalding and has a re sponsible position with the Bourbon- S ock yards His bride is the attractive daughter of Mrs Francis Hamilton The happy couple carry with them th best wishes of many friends 1 Mr George W Grundy died at hi home nine miles south of Lebanon Fri day afternoon at 6 oclock having bee in decl l n health for several months Deceasedwas possibly the oldest ma in Marion county being 93 years o age most of these years having been spent in the home where he died The great loye and respect in which he Was held was shown by the immense gath eying of friends and neighbors who at tended the funeral The procession that slowly wended its WRY from his hom where the funeral seryices were con ducted by Dr A S Moffett to the Ol Liberty burial ground was one of the longest ever seen in the bommumty r Laxative for Women Free There is a great difference in the purposes to which a laxative tit put Tablets and pills shouldII are usually violent or powerfartA woman at all times needs only a mild laxative in fact none other is thoughtheymove the bowels and if a gentle laxative will do it what is the use of a violent oneTl earnedIichildren and old folkspeople who must takeItandbowThe price Is only 60 cents or 1 a bottle drugglstwomenInach sick headache heartburn and such foraIup the stomach and intestinal muscles so thisIsfamilies like Mrs Brannan of Alvarado VaMrs K L Stout of Louisville Ky InIyouwantsend your name to the doctors address sentoyou can buy it of your druggist If there is anything about your ailment that you don t 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 I Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Monticello Ill Fdr sale by The Red Cross Drugstore t Slogans z FDREIe m rams Machine other lighter thtany 11Jf FREE lasts longer than any other nmE ismarebeautifulthanany nmEhas less vibration- than any other FREEis easier to operate than any other t FREE perfectI61IEE tIsthe test ofzllc- oinedI in one 00tAgent Springfield Ky Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happens because a careless boatman ignores tte riders warnings growing ripples and aree kind dull pain or ache in the back attentionifDropsy Diabetes or Bnghts disease Take Electric Bitters at once and se Backache fly and all your best feehn s return After long suffering from weak kidneys and lame bSck one 100 bottle wholly cured me H writes J R Onlye50c liHUIIIIgl IIInhl lUaJjPJIIIII W1II4 CLUBBING RATES WITH nLOUlSY1LLE DAILIES Louisvillen 60fJournal except bunday t 40 Bartle including SunaY8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier = Journal any three days in the week v The Sun one and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 230 Coureone year 2 80 The dailyHeralddThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 3 50- nciiiaienfuVnain allllJlbgw- HU itt + +em U 4 41 + ltit fii= FRJtIZ 11PREMIUMS d titTheSO THERN AGRICULTURIST and better premiums 4 to club raisers than any southern + +paper This year we are giving away ea lot of new and valuable pres tit ents Some things you never saw before 1Anybody can get up a club for iItaining attractive premium offers s SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST Nashville Tennessee J+ +Ie 81 COMEANDGOW1THs fI P We are goingto send twenty yo n- fIi women between the ajes of 16 and 50 white of ood character on a two 1i months tour to ttfe Mediterranean the Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco 11 yallough enjoyabletrip fnij L A The tourwjJf be personally conducted t I Write to the Tour Diparfmint The Herald Ltnlsvilli t i KrFor Full Information 81 el8 18 I GUESSi 11909 00 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY READ ShP Jrtttttm1 21 nItANI sKfiRt G T iFREE1909Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas for Six Months or a Yearj etEVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE 4rThe LiUst Kentucky Itlr pUT 1909 Full led CtmpJtti- 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5ht1ltJ THE EVENING POST LwJfvIHe KyAv a EWItIt ATLASPOSTS WITH THIS PAPER 1 93of SO PER YE4R l w1- THE S RINGFJELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER I 3I 3 r J eII3 + + 1 + + + AA rtel r iIa 1 r IsJF-I 1 1 f orJome SaDr Mens e rln I Apparel- tit I Just Received a Large Shipment of the Celebrated Suits Cloaks and Skirts ILadJes S ltsf In Serge Worsted BrOadcloih I tit 1Serge inBlue and Black 1 5 to 25r Stripe Worsted in blue black thrown and pray l 50 1 5 20 and 25 Broadcloth at 151826and 25 o Novelty Goods in great variety 10 1 250 Voile Skirts 1000 to 1500 4 Chiffon Panama Skirts60O to 800 Fine Panama Skirts 300 to t 510 00 124 White 5OQ White heavy nap 2QO ETTICOA TSa SKIRTS ETC ilk black and colors 4 50 to8e- nuine Heatherbloom Skirts black and 125 to 300 tine Skirts 50 cents to 200 Shirt Waists and Knit Underwear it H Autumn Fashions Correct Styles MiiIe I 3 Showing Exclusive i I Haberdashery 7 Clothing 1NewNoelp in Dress Shirts 16 to i5O FurgusonMcKinnie Dress shirts the be tone rth SOt Lilse IIosefancy colors 3 pair in b for iop Black Hose 25C Mens Fancy V ists 30 to 500 I New HeoftMe 15 Neckwear four inh nds Tuxedos Tecks and strings 25t5Ocents i J Mens Boys I Childrens Fine I Clothina 4 f Marx suits 1800 to 3000 IHart Schajmer Marx Oyercoats 1800 to 2500 suits and overcoats 759 to 2000 It A Seinsheimer Cos suits for Young Men 750 to 2000 tPerfection suits for Children 250 to 1000 roy suits 500 750 and 1cord 4 all wool White Blankets 4O0 all wool Plain Blankets 4 all wool Blanksts i24all wool Blankets t extra 65O II 4 wool Blankets i eo a Petticoats co IlMuslin Schaffner Perfection Newest Weaves and Colorings Fine Silks Allsnkcream black Habatiil plainandCashmere DeSoie inchBengalines iby Hart Bchaffner k in and Silk 50 to 75 cents Satin 45 inch 175 36 125 to 50 J in i24 wool nap 225 35Q 72x84 Satine and 25O to 300 125 to 150 1 All wool black colr Panama 50 cents Dess Goods in Poplins and Cloths black colors 350 Novelties Ladies Belte Neckwear Dutch Collars and Belt Pins Dutch Collars and Jabots I I I Hi I and fir and 1000Copyright lIlfIlankeffJ and Comforts ell Blankets 8Ix90Sahne ComfortsR Silkoline Comforts 72x84 Silkoline Comforts GOODS1In fi2SAllShadow Stripe blacknavy oodPoplar fLaceEtc Etc S Axminster Carpets worth125 forv 100 1 11 Velvet Carpets worth 110 for 90c Tapestry Brussells Carpets Worth 100 for 90c Tapestry Brussells Carpets worth 90 cents for75c + 1IngrainLinoleums v Oil Cloth M andtl 9x12 Axminister 4J9x12t 9x12 Tapestry Rugs 1250 and 9x12 Ingrain Rugs iL5L 15QOI7x9 Ingrain Rugs 7x9 Granite Rugs i 7 436x72 Axminister Rugst X400 27x54 Administer RugsfVI 250 36x74 Velvet Jlugs 350 = 27x54 Velvet Rugs 150 jSmyrna Rugs vs 125 to 500 r tI Special Prices on tJ Lace Curtains S r a and Wall Paper I Fine Shoes for Men Women r and Children Floersheirn Shoes for men 400 to 500 W Li Douglas Shoes for men L 200 to 406 KrippendorfDittman Co Shoes for Women 300 to 4USmiths Sterling Shoes for Women 1 25Ote 4OO Sinbach Shoes for Misses and Children r 1QOto 250 + lJtWe most cordially invite you to visit us and inspect our 3500000 stock before making your Fall and Winter Purchases J tCnnnln ham Duncan Company S HThe Home of Good Merchandise n yrl i + + + + + i JftM fffJ + t l t I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13 1909 tr ++Et fI 4r The Public ini4 Having bought out Mr G L Whartons int rest 4t the Livery business I will continue busine s a the stand on Main street and will do business just as heap as the high prices of feed and horses will allow me t ask a continuance of patronage from allof ourold friendstit4 customers and everyone when in needof aj nidi Livery 4 iaJd Horses lef tjn my care will be fed and proper ly cared 4jfc Your pa qgesohclted TD TARSUCCESSOR TO WHARTO TAPPfit ++ + ++ + + t ISPRINGFIELD SUN SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR l In Advance L SMITH Editor and Publisher tered at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION r OMTetri lx Months 1001 Tree Menthft DeMocratic Ticket 4 CIRCUIT JUDGE I H Thurman COMMONWEALTHS ORNEY C S Hill of Marion County REP ENTATIV E 7T D Graham COUNTY JUDGEB L Litsey COUNTY CLERKW F Booker CIRCUIT CLERKRobt Noe COUNTY ATTORNEY T Scott Mayes SHERIFFS J AndersonS- CHOpLSUPERINTENDENT JW Bush JAILER Geo D Catlett ASSESSORW T Mitchell a CrumetSURVEYOR Wm G Roberts f 4 PLEASANT GROVEr Miss Harvey Vanarsdale has returned from amonths stay with her sister Irs H M Noe of Columbia Mesdames Bell Hays and Maggie Mil ler of Bloomfield are visiting relatives here Miss Lavinia OConnor spent Sunday with Miss Pearl Edelen of Springfield MrJ L Martin celebrated his 50th birthday Sunday The following were present Mrs Belle Hays Mrs Maggie Miller Mrs K E Litsey Mr Sherman Martin and family Dr and Mrs J H Hopper and D R Litsey and family Mrs J H Hopper entertained the young people Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Mary Logan Neale rChas Litsey was in Lebanon Saturday i Jerome Wilson of pleasant Run spent several days with Uriah Litsey recently Mrs B B Leachman entertained Tuesday in honor of Mesdames Miller and Hays of Mr Robert Bloomfieldt rented his mothers are Mrs Thompson will move to Springfield- It is reported that Mr James Har mon of Fenwick has purchased the farm of Mr Thomas Duncan Mr E I Colvin has purchased a part of the Willett farm from Mr R M Thompson Geo Phillips of color tak ing Mr Co vins place at Litsev Kentucky Stat Flour Best made Live Stock Markets rr1Reported Journal Bour bon Stockyards ItLouisville Oct attleThe re ceipts were 36 he f r two days 4 14lie market ruedy quiet but little doing and no mat rial change in conditions choice finis d butcher cat tie and highgrade led rs and stockers were in fair request a id fully steady medium plain and cqmn on grades slow sale Bulls steady cjnners dull and milch cows un han erNo heavy shipping cattle here te CalvesReceipts 46 head for two days 275 The mar et ruled strong on choice veals very duil m common the best selling at 7 5058 medium 56 common 2504 Ho sReceiptsi l14l head for two days 9565 The marl e ruled steady on tops and roughs igher on lights and lOc higher on pig ij elected 165 Ibs and up selling at 760 7 70 130 to 165 lbs 720730 pigs 5 7567Q roughs 685 down Buyer i re still di erimi nating against grassyj lalf fat hogs Sheep and Lambs ceipts 116 jiead for two days 927 t1he market ruled slow and quiet bu little doing best lambs 5756 best s neeb 325375 common sheep and xashy cull lambs very slow Nothing oing in the stock ewe trade GRAI WREATH lon brry lJ71 21 Np a red and lougberrv J J51 18 Rejected 3 c less on It yeelHc less CORN v iT No 2 white L 65H No 2 mixed ij 8- 4OATSNew No 2 whitej 43 No imixed 41H Rye u Tte prices for wheat urt those paid by dealers the quotations for cc nand oats aro selling prices LOCUST GROVE q Blm to the wife 6f Will Mather ly a fine boy Mrs Olhe Moore is on the sick list Mesdames Lizzie Reed Mattie Dra goo Misses Fanny Litsey Bertha And Sue Edgerton spent Thursday with Mrs Julia Lea hman Mrs Emma Baker was the guest of Miss Laura Matheily thursday Mrs Ora Merritt and Sallie Gregory dined with Mrs May Martin at Spring field Wednesday Lillian Leachman spentTuesday night LMr has bought Mrs Alice Thompsons farm Trice unknown Mr Toni Baker bought a new buggy from McClure Mayes for 110 Mr A E Litsey bought a farm of Gabe Keightley for 836 per acre The Best Plaster- A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Liniment and bound on to the affected parts is superior toany plaster When troubled with lame back or pains in the side or chest give it a trial and vou are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords This liniment also re lieves rheumatic pains and is certain to please anyone suffering from that dis ease Sold by The Leo Haydon Drug Co iZiO+ ++++ i Farm ForSale1Having bought property neat town will offer for sale + + privately my farm situated onehalf mile from Valley Hill tit on the Springfield and Bloomfield turnpike containing +141 acres a gpod five room dwelling good cellar all anecessary outbuildings good wells plenty of stock water ru + 3 good orchards a 12 acre tobacco barn good tenant house 16 acres of bottom land farm nearly all in grass About 40 acres for cultivation next year i Terms easy and price right If not sold at once will rent For further particulars callon S S P Derringer Valley Hill Ky + ++ + ++ DrG T1 Burton DENTISTteeth with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in flagon Block up stairs LocalNewsNotes Old papers for sale at this office Newest Millinery at the most reasonable prices See ours before buying MRS MULLIGAN Over Peoples Bank FOR SALE400 bushels of seed rye Good quality W T HEAD- Springfield Rt 4 if you are thinking of a gasoline edgine see thJMIAMI at A C Ximballs l Remember we have everything that is new and stylish inWinter Millinery New patterns each week See them before you buy Prices right MRS WILLIAMS For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop STRAYEDFrom my farm at Hillsboro s one 125 pound barrow yellow with black spots Information appreciated CW STALLINGS We have a complete line of the latest styles in Millinery Our prices are the lowest and we can save you money MRS MULLIGAN over Peoples Bank Lake Bosley sold for BD Lake to S P Derringer a house and lot for 3500 I H Thurman to S P Per ringer 20 acres at 200 per acre John A Rollins to Nv C CampbelllLsi acres Luther Jenkins to Sam Bfttoms 140 acres If you are going to buy a Wheat Drill dont fail Jo see the Thomas A full carload of JBirdsell wagons just arrived See diem Buy them Sold by A C KIMBALL Take your clothes to Links Rav to have them cleaned and pressed Rates reasonable Work guaranteed r Messrs J Chas Greene and Will E Greene have purchased from Mr Wm R Selecman his barber shop oh Main street which has been conducted by Mr Raymond Nally The shop in the future will be run by Mr Will Greene who is an experienced barber The last of the brick work on the Baptist church has been done and the building is now ready for roofing The church is sufficiently completed now for one to realize what a beautiful structure it will beThere is probably not a piece of architecture in the btate of more perfect Gothic type than this Mr J W Funk today shipped one of i the bunches of cattle ever sent from is county There were thirty fit bf black Polled cattle in the the average weight being 1450 pounds and the price received 5f cents The purchasers were Fox ODamel of Danville who will ship the cattle to New York Call and inspect our complete line of ReadytoWear and Trimmed hats be fore buying MRS MULLIGAN Over Peoples Bank r 1for ale f r 9b acre farm lays well and is nicely improved New House and Barn AH tobacco land Price cheap- MCELROY WHARTON Land Agents Public Sale I will sell at public auction on my farm one mile West of Lebanon on WEDNESDAY OCT 20 1909 at 10a m Lunch at 12 m 20 head of horses 10 Jacks and Jennets 2 teams Fine mules 14 yearling Sugar Mules and a lot of other Fine money making Stoc- kTERMSSums of 10 and under Cash over 10 12 months time with bankable nptes with interest from date JNO I WATHEN Lebanon Ky = 1 11111 t Latest Fashions for Fall and Winter ti t Grind Opening Sale Exhibition Ladies and Misses I CoatsTailor= Made JT Suits Etco Im FOIl a WellKnown Manufacturer and Importer of Ladies Fashionable Garments IThis sale and exhibition will take rilaCt at our store on SaturdayOctI Ii 23I and you are cordially invited Very attractive prices will be made for this special occasion l GRUNDY i MclNTIRE TATHAM SPRINGS Mrs Searcy and daughter Miss Ethel of Springfield spent last week at the home pt her brother Mr GW Shirley at this place Mr George Armstrong and family visited near here one day last week Mr GW Shirley and family spent last Wednesday at the home of Mr John Brown near Sharpsville Oscar Shirley and Miss Ethel Searcy spent Thursday afternoon at Chaplin the guests of Miss Ophia Black Mrs John Hungate has received her stock ofmillinery goods Oscar Shirley spent the Tatter part of the week with relatives in Springfield Mr Sam Wells of this place spent Saturday night in Springfield How to Cure a Cold Be as careful as you can you will occasionally take cold and when you do get a medicine of known reliability ont that has an established reputation and that is certain to effect a cure Such a medicine is Chamberlains Cou h Remedy It has gained a world wide reputation by its remarkable cures of this most common ailment and can al ways be depended upon It acts on nat ures plan relieves the lungs aids ex pectoratiod opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co GLASSESPublic Hogs Colt Ky bud m ye be 20 of 4 pur date per to LlN be t LET US tEYES and tW We haye just brought on the Greatest Line of Spectacles in Central fit Kentucky All the lat est style Glasses and any style Rims We can furnish you with +the best grade ol goods iti21t We can Suit You in Everything in the Jewelry Line t ED M RUSSELL + 4 r Sale t s PublicOn h Nannie Leach man 5 miles Northeast of Springfield on Tuesday Oct 19 1909 Promptly at 1 oclock We will offer for sale to the highest bidder the following personal property 2 good work mazes In foal 1 standard bred Brood Mare in foal tp Mok Pear 1 7year old Gelding 15 yearold Geld mg good family h rsel 2yearold filly by Sunshine and outof a Standardbred mare 1 yearling Mule 2 milk cows 40 head of Sheep 600 bushels of morn shucked 2 stacks of Hay One Surrey 1 buggy Farming Implements some 75grent about 50 acres of pasture until Christmas TERMS OF SALE Ml sums of 10 and under cash over 10 a credit of six months will be vtri with note bearing 6 percent interest negotiable and pay able in bank Thos jDuncMj Mrs W H Doncin s For Sale- A lot with a 7 room dwelling and a store house 18x36 on it The store be used fora drug store and housejn or blacksmith shop Lot on it good stock barn 2 good wells and fine garden Fine school and churches right in town For further particulars apply to J A THOMPSON Texas Ky PublicSaeTHURSDAY OCTOBER 21 1909 Having decided to quit farming I will milesfromsome of live stock and all farming implements Among the stock is a pair sorrel roan horses and a pair of fine horse mules Sale at 1 oclock HOWARD MASTERS S M Campbell Auctioneer 1 II THE SUMtand TIMES W Tec Sun and Courier Journal ItM l t qr i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER rt0 fi l F Horses Mules Colts Fillies Jacks Studs Crops and Farming Implements on Wednesday October 27 1909 Having decided to dissolve partnership we will offer for sale on the premises of the Red Bird Stock Farm one ale from Springfield on Bardstown pike the following Cows Hogs Farming Implements Etc 1 Jersey Heifer with Calf 1 Red Cow with Calf 10 Yearling Heiters 24 Hogs weigh 90 to 120 pounds 21 nice Stock Shoats 4 Brood sows i 20 Stacks of Hay 2 to a tons to stack 2 twohorse Wagons 1 Deering Binder good as new 2 Deering Mowers 4 1 Sweep Rake o 1 Roller 1 Disc Harrow 1 A Harrow 3 Btfeakingup Plows 3 Double Shovels 1 Buckeye HIding Cultivator 1 Straw Rick 1 Brown Walking Cultivator jIHay Frame r 2 Wood Frames 2 Jumping Shovels 1 Iron Wheel Wagon Single Trees Double Trees Diggers Several Sets of Wagon Gears and a lot of other farming tools too numef ous to mention 1 Grain Cradle Studs CoachStajonJ Sale SharpLunchGround sums of sums months will be with payable either Springfield security required HENNESSY VALLEY if This section has become thoroughly j groused over the race and daily the arguments reach a high InE fact the vot mare so enthused over the steady gain of Judge that some heated discussions can be heard J rliendtheevening and a great dis play ot public spirited enthusiasm will prevail The longed for and much needed rains of the first of the have done much good to the farmers The ground had become so hard that falhbreakmg was impossible Wheat sowing is made much easier and those who r were without stock water are now re t joicingT Tatum our has re turned from Louisville where he has b during the past week purchasing his fall Miss Pearl Goatley was the guest oft her cousin Miss Imogene Goatleyat Cedar View last week Mrs J L Moran entertained the following ladies at dinner Mes dames A B Walker T D Shehan and E C J anes C P Goatley recently purchased a sow and from HM Goatley for 14 Mrs I L Janes of and Mrs Annie Janes of were guests of Mrs J L Moran Thursday of last week T C Tatum purchased a crop ot wheat from C L last week at 50c per bushel Mr Johnnie Grundyof Bardstown yisited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday I Mr J YoS Clements of Louisville arrived Saturday evening for a visit to his mother near this place Frank Janes and wife of Springfield near here Saturday and Sunday CMr W F who has been for several weeks is able to be at wor again Mr Jas C Piles of Mclntire r his son who is ill of fever at the home of his grandmother at this 1 Steel Tire Mowyer Buggy 1 Frazier rubber tire Cart 1 Frazier steel tire Cart 1 Steel Tire Runabout 200 Shocks of Fodder Horses Mules Filiiesf Jacks Etc 1 German Coach Mare in foal to Jack 1 Black Mare in foal to Jack 1 Fine Sorrel Mare in foal to Hackney 1 Grev Mare by Round Delay in foal to Hackney 2 Suckling Horse Mules 1 Filly Colt 1 pair 6year old Mules il Mule 5yearsold 1 Horse Mule 3years old 1 Mare Mule 8y earsold 1 Horse Mule 12yearsold x 2 Yearling Horse Mules 1 3yearold Gelding bv Happy Courier 1 Jennet 1 Grey Jack Bill Gobel 1 BlackJack Stonewall Two of the best Mule Jacks in the country 1 Standard and Registered Bay Stallion Moko Pearl Gyenrsold 16 hands high Record 228J trial 216J that amount note baRk with from date Good per SQnal HILL Judges pitch Wednesday week practically merchant Tuesday pigs Springfield Louisville Grundy relatives Moran Mare Good place Saturday Mr and Thos Reed of Booker were guests of Mr and MrsM Reed M Reed sold twb calves to Judge Lit for 35 IIJas Moran Jr is in Danville on business Well Known Hotel Keeper Uses and Recom mends Chamberlains colic Cholera and Diarhdea Remedy haveIDiarrhoea Remedy in my family medi cine chest for about fifteen years and have always had satisfactory results from its use I have administered it to a many traveling men who were suffering from troubles for it is recommended and have never to relieve themsays J C Jenkins of Glasgow Kv This remedy is for sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co National Chinese Costumes Regulations regarding the national costume of both officials and ordinary people have been duly compiled and there are nine different grades of cos fumes Shanghai Mercury 1 Standard Registered Brown Stallion Sanbreaker 153 hands high 7 yearsold Record 221 J trial 216 1 Imported German 16 handshigh elson II Standard and registered 1 Imported English Hackney Stallion Bouncing Cannaught Standard and registered 153ii heigh Beau tiful Sorrel 1 Bay Stallion Cant lWia by the Registered1 Black Mare by Blood Chief with foil to Red Bird Will also offer for sale the well known and popular Stallion Red Bird 1 Bay Mare by a sun of Black Bird with foal to Bill Goble 1 Sorrel mare in foal to Hackney 1 Bay fast road horse 5years old 1 Nice Brown Gelding by Highland Denmark out of a Carbt Mare 15 A nice combined horse 1 nice 2yearold Bay Mare highly bred 2 Suckling Bay Colts by Moko 1 Bay Suckling Colt by Norman W 1 Suckling Bay Filly by Moko A good one TERh1S All IQ and under Cash all above 5 credit of Six given at of six per cent BAKER Thurman been goods typhoid Mrs Sunday great which failed Chestnut Gelding A PERTINENT QUERY Sportsman to Snobson who hasnt shot a single blrdaUdayDo you know Lord Peckham 1 SnobsonOh dearyes Ive often shot at his house- Sportsman Ever hit It a Old papers for sale at this office Fresh Oysters FresH Celery II Malaga Grapes II ICome kI = Katie ilertlein Bro I ydr Iw IiSPRINGFIE TEETH Pain or Danger I EftOver just All as Work fi18t1class oOeOeOeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo 0 a e I Personal Noteso e lJDVisitors In and Out of TownA xi Round Up of o Personal Newsnoeoepeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoea Msses Sallie McElroy and Veota Br wiare in Louisville this week attending the Horse Show MrsJ F Simms and daughter Mrs Richard Kelly were in Louisville the latter part of last week Mrs G C Wharton and Miss An nie McCh rdarein Hopkinsyille this week as delegates to the U UC Convention Mrs McCawley of Louisville is the guest of Mr and Mrs W H Mc Cawley Mr Richard Wathen of Bardstown Junction is visiting his sister Mr Sallie W Simms Mrs G T Clements is the guest of her sister Mrs Gkrland Tnompson of Evansville hid Mrs Mary Hughes of Bloomfield is the guest of her daughters Mrs W W Ray Miss Roxie Holtshouser returned to her home in New Orleans La Tues day atter a visit at the home of Mr C L Price I Mr George Medley of Owensbpro is hereon a visit to his family Mr and Mrs Emmet McElroy of Kansas City Moare here on a visit to Mr McElroys parents Mr and Mrs A C McElroy Mrs Robert Steele ot LouisvIlle is the guest of her sister Mrs J L WhartonIMiss Fannie McElroy was in Louis week JMr John I McElroy was in Louis e day last week visIting his sis ter Mrs Emmet FieldJ rRev R E C Lawson and Mr E S Mayes Sr are in Lexington this week attendinrSynod Mr Ray Wakefield of Wakefield Station MrstLizzie Durrett this week spentSundaySelecman Dr W F Trusty returned home Monday after spending two weeks with leis parents at Sebree Ky r jMS Minerva Ray bourne is visiting- in this week IMtss Virginia Strahg of Shepherds IviUe and Sunday with Miss Lillie McClain Mr Bernajtf Hughes of Lebanon spent Sunday with Mr C W Hagan Miss Lulie Waters is spending the week with friends and relatives in Lou isville Mr Henry Epperson of Woodford icounty was in town the first of the week Mr G D Duncan is in Louisville today Mrs Richard Clarkson has returned to her home in Lebanon after spending several days at the home of Mr Ben Haydon Mr Joe Dawson of Penick Sta Rion spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of Mr R C Canary Mrs L D Baker will entertain Friday evening from 8 to 11 in honor of Miss Mabel Coomes of Bardstown Mrs W F Trusty has returned home after a weeks visit to her moth er Mrs Alice Miller of New Hope Miss Katie Hertleiij has returned from Louisville Mr Andrew Cunningham is visiting in Louisville Dr W F Trusty is able to be at his office again after a spell of typhoid fever Rev J A Hogarty of Lebanon was here Tuesday MrG E Medley was Nazareth Tuesday trI All Thex Novelties ofithe Season in Dress Goods and- Twimmings I I I K NOW BEING SHOWN AT THE = I BIG STORE t 1 Also full line of the staples in Dress Goods I such as Serges Broadcloths Panamas Ietc in blacks and blues at Low Prices I 1Isuitable for Girls I School wear at the very low price of 1These goods are worth double the price t I IJust received large stock of Mens Womens and I Underwear Also full line of best makes of Wonfens and Chil drep s Hosiery IINe and Gents Shoes IWeiShowtheBestmakes of School Shoes orr the f t market I i Special Low Prices in Childrens Cloaks Our stocks in every department were never larger and Prices Never Lower We have lots of Bargains to show J you Call and see always glad to showy6u M rc The ROBERTSON CLA YBROOKE COINCORPORATED T SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY spendingjatall styles She is now ready to serve her customers better than ever before MrsJ L Wharton and Miss Kate Wharton gave a beautiful reception yesterday afternoonJin honor of their guest rs of Louisville About fifty ladies called during the afternoon IIUD C Meeting The May FarIs Chapter of U p C were entertained at thehospitable home of Mrs John Walker A most inter esting program was presented Music by MrsBosley and Miss Anna McChord was much enjoyed The minutes of the meeting were brimful of historical events Mrs Oscar Walker very gracefully acted as President and gave a much appreciated paper on the Cross of Honor Mrs EE Busters musical selection received much applause Refreshments were elegantly served by the hostess Mrs John Walker assist ed bv her charming daughter Miss Gladys and that winsome little lady Miss Carra Boldrick Several new members were added Mesdames CharUe Lee Grundy and John Elder The next meeting will take place with Mrs M W Hyatt X Words to freeze the Soul Your son has consumption His casp is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Geo E Blevens a leading merchant of Springfield N C by two expert doctorsone a lung special ist Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Blevens he was as well as ever I would not take all the moneyin the world for what it did for my boyJJ Infallible for Coughs and its the safest surest cure of desperate Lung diseases on earth 50c and 100 Hay don Robertson guarantee satislaction Trial bottle ireev i Obituary In toying remembrance of our sweejfc little babe Rosa Belle Harmon wI died Sept 26th 1909 of brain fevefc She was born Feb 4th 1909 and was i seven months and twentysix days old Once we had a little flower J Little Rose so pure and white daysButGone and left us sad and lonely To a fairer land on high The land where flowers bloom foreve That great land beyond the sky Home on earth is like home nx more Since no baby voice we hear Laughing crowing through the day And the nights are long and drear With no baby hands to wake us With their little prattle sweetIWhen we wake without our baby We are almost bound to weep j Six days and nights of silent suffefi Lay ur little darling fair Days and nights of anxious waitingrAnd of constant earnest prayer f That our darling would grow better But our waiting was in vain For each day she grew weaker And the greater grew her pain Until God saw fit to take her three oclock on Supday morn IAtas one more day was dawning her little spirit borne Back to Him who once had gIven Her to us for just a while And who with open arms did take her t And lett focus just one sweet smite Weloved her yes we loved berIAnd thought it more than we ouM bear But Heaven seems not faraway Since iour little one is there MOTHEJt Pure Metal Lead and tin can be obtala i a Good brands of commercial Tatidimtaro 9905 per cent lead and arerOtt8 even purer Lead Is the parent mod which is made commercially G brands of tin are 998 per ceat pvrftJi TM a W OowIerJ lf S THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13 jgog 1RMERSHUNlHDOU General Nuisance All Over Agri cultural Portion of State toMs Hike Through Corn and Grain Fields te Escape Angry South Dakota Citizens- Sioux t Falls S DHobo hunting is becoming a favorite pastime and rec reation for the residents of some of the towns of South Dakota At this time of the year thousands of hobos drawn to the state with the great influx of honest harvest hands spread all over the agricultural por tin of the state and make themselves m general nuisance the people espe daily of the smaller towns where there is little police protection The tourists of the road are un usually bold and think nothing of vir tually taking possession of freight trains entering the state and by sheer force of numbers intimidating train Crews It is nothing uncommon for aa many as 100 hobos to ride onasingle train coming to South Dakota refusing to pay fare or to leave the train Until they reach their destina lion r They then take possession of shady nooks adjacent to the smaller towns and prove themselves a gratannoy ante to housewives by their frequent trips in search of handouts Con venient chicken coops also are raided by them at night many residents of the outskirts of towns losing practical ly all their chickens at the hands of- the tourists fPatience sometimes ceases to be a virtue and then the angry male reel dents of the towns set out on a hobo chase and clear the disturbers from the district At Aberdeen recently 150 tramps were rounded up at one time and driven from the town One of the most exciting chases of r the season took place at Lesterville small town in Yankton county Forty hobos gathered at that place and tHe citizens paid little attention to them ufltU they had robbed several stores of small articles To meet the situation the Commer vial club was called in special session to consider the matter and after much discussion asto arresting the strangers and placing them upon a diet of bread and water it finally was decided to arm with heavy clubs all the legal voters of the precinct and start a hunt for the undesirables and drive them out of the communityi As soon as the word could be r passed around townthe forces were marshaled together and a forward movement commenced all along the i line The tramps needed little or no rLexplanation of what was intended Their scouts evidently had carefully noted the unusual activity among the townspeople and no sooner had the skirmishers appeared in the vicinity t of the hobo retreat than the tramps emerged from their shady nooks and started on a dead run for cornfields surrounding the town So enthusiastic were the hunters and so exciting the sport that the chase was continued far into the surrounding country and corn and grain fields for miles around were carefully traversed in the search for the human quarry By nightfall there were no hobos within miles of Leste me During the hunt those who were unfortunate enough tocome within reach of the hunters were severely beaten and for many days will carry Ute marks inflicted by the heavy clubs in the hands of their pursuers The man hunt was so successful that it has been decided by the male residents of Lesterville to repeat it twice a week during the remainder of the season or until all tramps have learned to give their town a wide berth Other towns which are afflict ed with the tramp nuisance maj adopt similar stringent measures to rid the towns of the undesirables GASOLINE ENGINE FOR PLOW Scarcity of Labor Causes Introduction t of Innovation That May Revolu tionize Farming SaUna KanThe flrsLxaln In Kan saBwlll be a signal for farmers to be gin plowing their ground for the next crop ofwheat The time will be short to prepare the ground for the seed and the farmer who has a large tract of ground to sow will have to employ a number of men and teams a feature of farm life which is at this time bor Bering on the impossible Owing to the scarcity of labor Brice Muir a farmer near this city has equipped his farm with a gasoline en gine and a six disk plow This piece of machinery promises now to solver the labor problem and revolutionize the work of preparing wheat land in large tracts With this plow Mr Muir can turn 13 to 15 acres of ground in a day often hours at less expense than em t ploying men and teams A gallon of gasoline to the acre and the time of one man Js about the only expense Xji Unique Pact Ends Strike Washington The right of the labor er to quit work and of the employer to discharge an employe without ad ratite notice IB granted in an agree ment reached after a 12 weeks strike el carpenters and joiners In Nurem ibeigGermany This introduced a new- rulSin the German labor world re- t j Ss heAmerican consul G N lift t LITTLE STABL FOR HORSES Handy Small Barn That Wilt Accommodate Five Animals Also Has Feed Room An illustration is given below of a handy little barn that will accommodate five horse in single stalls It has Plan of Barn two box stalls also a 9xlOfoot feed room The hayloft will hold hay for seven or eight horses for quite a while The structure is 26x32 feet square 12 feet to the eaves and 26 to the peak The hay loft Is filled through the large door shown in the gable and feeding is done from above through chutes one for each stall However- a hole may be left over driveway for dropping hay down if you desire The driveway Is ample in size for gather ing the manure and for hauling in straw and bedding The interior arrangement n kslt very easy to care for and feed the stock also to keep the building clean The walls are covered 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They were earnest eyes shining with a tremulous lovelight and she was a clever girl with keen mind and keener intuition and he toherin a way that surprised himself But tonight her attention wandered Tonight of all nights Tomorrow he was to sum Tip his great case Surely a roman should share the selfdenial of a mans destiny Was Helen after all like other women given to moods absorbed in the subjective when the veil was lifted They had been en gaged six months each day had been a fuller revelation of her nature Was this the nearer view Ah no banish thb thought Helen was Helenthere was no more to be said He took up the lines of the argu meat of his case and stated them to her clearly concisely as though she were a man This time liner eyes did not wander from his face they deep ened their pupils growing larger as she gazed How splendid he looked How alert How alive How could she keep at this wide distance How incidental and how futile sounded all that rapid flow ofIwords When would he have that she might throw herself upon his breast Dont you think so he asked her suddenly Oh Harold I did not hear what you were saying Not hear what I was saying Havent you been following I never needed your cooperation more your Harold Was Alone with His Letter Intellectual sympathy more than I do tonight You know how hard I have been working on this case you know what a notable case it is You know also that the eyes of the legal world are upon me My summing Up tomorrow will be a crisis In the begin ning of my career Could you not follow mehelp me by your sympathy =your interest He waited to see the flash of pro test in her eyes for some little lancet at she would thrust to cross his own but Instead she nestled her head into the curve of his shoulder and whispered Forgive me I am moody tonight very moody and absentminded We haves no right to be moody nor absentminded dear he answered seriously Where anothers Interests are involved It is a sign of weakness And there is something besides love A strong woman should keep even love at bay when a plan has work to do not lure him nor tempt him with it I do not like to say it sweetheart but I lore ytiu and the wounds of a friecid are faithful I am disappointed at tour failure to sympathize with my wk tonlgkt Twa big tears welled ire her eyes b1Itshe said mo word Had Harold Ford been a hero a tailgnt of chivalry he would not have stopped in his quest until he had found the source of those two tearp he was bowever only aver busy man of today Not tkat the two are ther incampatj its but that the combination is rare and Harold did not happen to be bolk lathe fullest sense furthermore he wjai deeply absorbed in an immediate prac tical affair It was striking eleven and time for him to leave her Though he said no more and his goodnight salutation lacked nothing outwardly there was a mental reservation which the psyckic sense of Helen robbed 0it of its fullest bliss Six oclock tomorrow dear he re peatedas he went out the 1100r Six oclock tomorrow she answered t Did her voice quiver or was it 6fancy He was conscious of saying to himself as he passed down the steps Are all women alike I wQnder after all teara and moods ThefoUowing afternoon in the gath ering dusk he mounted the steps gain His attitude had changed The stress and irritation of an absorbing ieffort had given place to a buoyant reaction He had won his case and won it in se brilliant a way that the triumph was the smallest part of his selfcongratulation Even the Judgf had sand words to make a young law yers heart take courage But whit were the words what was the tri umph what was anything until he bid shared it with Helen T He could 893 6 erin the gathering dusk as he wMV ed her eyes glistening delight1 He could hear her vibrant Harold Poor child had he been harsh last aIIIf he had unintentionally hurt her he knew a potent balm to heal with to make her rejoice Why was the sere ant so eternally slow in opening the door How long they were making him Wait Herang again Tell Miss Fairfax I am here I Yes 1rThe servant stood silent and awkward Harold wanted to quicken him with a shoVe what was the matter with the fellow He walked into the library the light was burning low the servant followed him and closed the door with an air of mystery that gave Harold a mingled shock of im patience and of fear I was to give you this sir when you came and the man held out a letter Is Miss Fairfax not at home She Is at home sid Then tell her at once that I am here Yes sir- Harold was alone with his letter he opened It and read It is midnight you have gone and yet It seems as thqugh you ur still here sd close to me that I can see your eyes and feel your touch Harold Forgive me that I was not mote as I should have been this evening butI was a coward Dear I haVe not been well for many weeks and yesterday I saw a specialist He told me I had a most serious difficulty and that I must undergo a dangerous opera tion at once If I would save my life To morrow is the day appointed I Implored him to wait but he leaves town In a few das and if I do not have it done tomorrow it couldj not be performed for two months and that Is too long to wait he says so there was no other way To morrowour daytwheh you are to vin dicate my pride and hope in you the day we have waited for so long There was but one impulse strong within me al most overmastering to fly to the shelter of your armsto seek your sympathy But low could h tell you when it might imperil your calm your poiseundo all you have worked for hamper your ascent In which tomorrow will be a step ping stone No You must not know Your heart is too tender I am too much your own for you to stand up in court and plead for legal abstractions when I am lying under the knife I half hoped you would make me tell you all my heartbut now I am glad you do not know You will have io shadow on your way tomorrow and when you receive this it will be all behindusj it will have been over seven hours for the operation takes place at oclock Goodnight goodby I love youit seems to me that I love you Ina nee way tonight Harold Harold I mustcallyou back and tell you and feel your strength to make rhe strong but no I am your loveI must be brave And thenwhy should I feaprT Gods in His heaven Alls rijat wltu te worldHELEN He crushed the letter in his hand and reached the door with one bound like an animal in chase She waft his own his place was by her side no man could keep him from her As he opened the door he came ace to face with her father Harold my dear fellow Let me go to her and Harold tried to pass Mr Fairfax put his arm across the door No you mist notr now the doctors are with hert they will let no one in not even mel and I am her father Harold my boy we must be brave and stand each other A withering quiet like a blight fell upon Harold It seemed to paralyze his powers of motion and of speech After a moment he heard himself say ing eina voice that sounded like a uithe doctors say Mr Fairfax looked 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under good fence plenty ot locust posts Price 3600 No 11140 acres Ij miles from Springfield on nearly all in grass well Watered small frame house good barn plenty of tobacco land Price 4000 per acre BCSL1EYiT 88 88 8 TATHAM SPRINGS Herrod Golf sold his farm to Hays Shoemaker and bought a farm of David Cutsinger at this place Mr T J Trent of Polm has bought f Mr W N Reelings half interest in the 1lour mill at this place fePpssessipn July 4 1910 J H Harlow has purchased of Ed Tester a sorghum outfit Rev H P Hatchett has returned from Shelby county whare he has been engaged ia a series of meetings Mr Ed Foster has bought the dwell ing house and blacksmith shop at this tplace of Mr Pinkston and MrC M tinder will conduct it for him Ed will also build a warehouse in which he will Handle buggies wagons and implementS of all kinds Brown Bros have moved their saw JOin to this place- ClarencejMr Ashby and wife yisited E T Keeling Sunday Protracted meeting begins at this lace the third Sunday in October The threeyearold child of William Reynolds was painfully burned by a pa- of hot water being knocked from thd hands of the father The child is doing well Noah Ptnkston of Stringtown is visit mK relatives near here this week Mr J H Hungate will begin the erection of his new store house at once Jbe Modern Woodmen will have their hall over Mr Hungates store The housetohouse canvass which is to4 decide the contest between Mr Der riager aqd Mr Hendren candidates for WednesdayfThese contestants received a tie vote in 4the recent primary r MuchIhealth a mature man or woman needs just enough food to repair 4iiie waste and supply energy and body besot The habitual consumption of Jibre food than is necessary for these purposes is the prime cause of stomach troubles rheumatism and disorders of tHfc kidneys If troubled with indiges ticta revise your met let reason and aot appetite control and take a few 40363 of Chamberlains Stomach and LiVer Tablets and you will soon be all right again For 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to Licks luckhe foresaw the possibility of the great city of the Pacific slope bought the land on which It now stands and became a millionaire Before that time the name of Lick was great In the musical world Licks pianos out of which he made the money which he invested in landwere manufactured by him But on the poetic side of Utea world apart from such things as pianomak lug and jnudflats the great Lick Mill stands as a monument to Licks love In early life James Lick sought the hand of a millers daughter but was repelled by the father on the ground that the young suitor did not possess a mill Many years afterwards when he had become one of the richest men in the states lie erected a large mill and adorned it like a palace It was built of mahogany and costly woods and erected solely as a memorial of his youthful attachment His only pleasure was to contemplate this palatial mill and to gloat over the man who had spurned him for his poverty Harry Furniss in the Strand LADY PASSENGERS LOG She Wanted to Be Sure Just What the Wind Should Bo Called lIt hardand there was a nasty sea on an hour and a half before the first breakfast bugle An officer of the ocean liner hurried along the passage between the staterooms and a timid voice called to himOh Mr Officer please stop He turned and saw a dear old lady with a wrapper thrown around her peeping through her halfopen door Yes madam said the officer Mr Officer please would you call this a gale asked the old lady anx iol 1Oh no madam Theres not the least danger I assure Well Is It half a gale Not even half a gale and this is such an excellent spa boat that you neednt worry a bit explained the officer Well what would yOU call lit Pit ase said the lady steadying her as the vessel rolled tJust a fresh norwest breeze m dam with a cross sea running But re illy theres nothing to fear Thank you so much I just wanted to get It quite right In my diary you know Empress Uses Typewriter I it Is related that in passing through hej husbands library recently the at tention of the empress of Japan was attracted to peculiarlooking ma chine On learning that it was a typewriter and having It explained to her she became interested and began to hit the keys Now If is said she does a good deal of correspond enCeTorthe emperor It is further reported that Queen Alexandra of England Queen Maude of Norway the czarina and the queen of Portugal are all fond of using the typewriter In corresponding with their intimatesIt that all of them put asmuchRomania who rattles her poems and stories on a typewriter St Nicholas I Treating Tree Wounds Plastic slate that is to say mold able slate Is a mixture formed by combining about one part of coat tar and four parts of slate dust and Is recommended for covering large wounds in trees This mass must be about the consistency of a not too thick glaziers putty so that it can be balled and rolled out In the hand Slate dust can easily be made by crushing small pieces of slate The mass sticksto wood lo metal to stone and In fact to everything that Js not greasy and closes every opening air tight= Scientific American Did as He Was Told Some years ago the Yankee schoon CaptSpoonercut river Mr Comstock the mate was at his station forward According to his notion of things the schooner was getting a le tle too near cer taro mud flats which lay along the lar board shore so aft he went to the cap tale and with his hat cocked on one side said Capn Spooner lyoure getting a leetle too close to them flats HadXt ye better go about The captain glared at Mr Comstock Jest himIand tend to your part iil tend to mine Mr Comstock went forard in high dudgeon Boys he bellowed out sqe that Ar gotAYLet go then he roared Down went the anchor out rattled the chains and like a flash the Sally Ann came luffing Into the wind and then brought up all standing Mr Comstock walked aft and touched his batCWell capn mypart of the skuner lIto anchor Bluejackt V V Sr TheA B CandXo ADVERTISINGA wdttea by Seymour Eaton el Philadelphia 0 Advertising and news are first cousins The railroad and the stage coach are grandchild and grandfather Four out of five advertisers still use stage coach methods The agency that distributes news has the quickest cheapest and most effective machinery fox distributing advertising That agency is the news paper The man who passes your shop window is going somewhere He is on some other errand If you want to catch him when he is not in a hurry put your shop window in the newspaper a few articles at a time You can make a hundred and fifty thousand people look at this kind of window every day and with much better selling results than if that hundred thousand walked by your shop one by one I know a retail store in one of our large cities a branch of an English house which until the autumn of 1906 was managed byan Englishman i austere conservative dignified a man who would have been shocked to see his shop advertised in an American newspaper He had an exclusive trade and his net profits amounted to about 20000 a year This Englishman died His assistant an aggressive young nericantookcharge He advertised advertised continuously in the best local newspaper Last yeart this exclusive shop made a net profit of over 80000 Why Simply because there are five hundred thousand welltodo people in that city who never knew that this shop existed until they saw those advertise ments in the newspaper antithe shop has an ex cellent street location too IThis is a concrete case the facts of which I know The Englishman depended upon the quality of his goods and his beautifully crested stationery and his attractive shop window and his perpendicularbacked dressparade clerks all of wnich were above criticism The young American put the whole show into the newspaper admissionfree Show me ten shops which advertise regularly in a daily newspaper and I will show you nine that are making money The failure of the tenth is prob ably due to bad management of some sort Some people value goods 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