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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c t t ij- nAI i T f- v + DEVOTED TQTHE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY ri YOLYME I4 4 1i i 4 1Eo r 1H J iI 9i Y SPRIIIFI LD KY WEDNESDAY Y OCTOBER 20 1905 4 NUMIEMt i t r 1 L i Ir MANY Ir1o IES jn Washington County In Mourn ing Because of the Death of Loved OnesS MUDD Died atthe home of his father vE C Mudd in Springfield Ky on Oc tober19 1909 at 215 p m Bernard tMuddAbout two weeks ago Bernard ltfudds one of the stand most respected boys in Springfield was stricken with typhoid fever Under the careful treat ment of his brother Dr J C Mudd and the attention of his parents he was doing well when pheumonia in both lungs set in The double ilnesswast too much for the young man to conquer and after a hard fight he succumbed yesterday I The funeral services will be held at St Dominica Church tomorrow morn angat930 Bernard Mudd was a young man lust on the threshold of life with every promise of making good in lifes struggle because of his manliness courtesy and honorable conduct It is such boys that this country needs and his deatn is not only a loss to his family but to the community SHADER A peculiarly sad death wa that ofv Mr Alphonsus L Shader which occurred in Louisville on Sunday last Mr Shader married about five weeks agoand while in New York on his is honeymoon contracted typhoid feverE His physician in New York haying adz vised It he hastened to his home in Lou asville where after several weeks ofa sickness he apparently became better A relapse took place however and Mr hader was not able to fight success fully the dread disease The funeral services were conducted yesterday morning at St Francis of Rome church j the mass being said by Father White 9who so recently had married Mr and Mrs Shader Mr Shader wjas 39 years of age and was a nephew of Mr J A Shader of this place For many years he had been an the employ of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Co or with the AdamS Express Company and had been com ing to Springfield since the railroad was hereMrShader had made many friends here who will grieve to hear of his death MEDLEY Mrs Rose Medleywidow of Thos W Medley died at Mr home in the St Rose country yesterday morning at 2 oclock aged 64 years Mrs Medley had been a sufferer from consumption for some time but had not been con fined to her bed Recently she tracteda cold which with almost ligh ningjrhke rapidity developed into pneumonia MrsMedley was able to sit Up- and eat supper Monday night but grew rapidly worse and died before lawn The funeral services were conducted at St Rose church this morning The d 4ceased is survived by the following chiU dren Messrs Fonza and Willie Medley 4 Mrs Nora Smith and Misses Margaret f Catherine and Della Medley Mrs Medley was greatly belovedpy those who knew her because ofe 1 charity and kindness and especially her thoughtfulness of and consideration iithose who were sick or afflicted yetford to lose her as there was no one to take her place when trouble consolation andaffliction care Try Kentucky Star Flour its made lke grandfather used to make it Sid llU 110 lam y ra OpensOct9ber 27 r v i The Washington County Tobacco Warehouse Co arid the Farmers Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co will open their breaks on next Wednesday Oct 27 for tho sale of tobacco in the loose leaf A number of crops have been up for this day and representa tives of eight oaten tobacco companies will be here to purchase the tobacco Salesat each house will be conducted day in the week except Monday during the tobacco season The farmers of Washington county having these wo houses to dispose of their tobacco receive handsome prices for theIr tobacco There is ho town in the State the size of Springfield that can boast ofn two loose leaf tobacco markets and the farmers of Washington courity should appreciate the fact that they do not have to go to the expense of shipping tobacco to Louisville and other markets this ye- arPAINFUL ACCIDENTS Sustained by Several People In The Valley Hill Neigh borhoodS Our village has proven to be a public liit arena of deplorable accidents during the past week The first victim was Mr J 0 Polio fell through the embankment at the Tucker bridge Thursday and sus tained a fracture of the hip and several bruises about the body His condition favorable now and immediate recov ry is anticipated On Saturday following Mr Will Shewmaker of Pleasant Grove suffered painful fracture of his right leg He was riding a young horse which reared and fell upon him rebreaking his leg at the same place it was broken last winter Following this seemingly to carryout the old superstition that One accident calls fort two or more successors ofa similar nature while disking wheat ground Tuesday morning Mr Mr Montgomery Reed was thrown be neath his harrow by sudden contact with a stump and was entangled so as to break both bones in his right leg about half way between the knee and ankle Not only is the injury very p intful but is a very serious one as theI bones are badly crushed and a severe sore trom a chigger bite that existed exactly where the fracture was sustained prevented the successful bandag ing of the injured member This makes the case of a more serious nature As soon as the cry for help was heard the many friends and neighbors immediate ly responded and Drs Hyatt and Hop per were summoned at once They set the fractured limb as quickly as possi ble and and were called upon to attend Arthur Hardin who had started in the againsttbone UNO Death of Mr John Nafly seventyesix years died at his home in this city on Monday October eleventh Mr Nally was born and livid in Washington county until about four years ago when WasyBrincoMrrNally was the father of nine children toodisAfarmersHe was an excellent Christian akin d husband and father His many friends thdbereaved family Funeral services wer conducted in St Josephs church on Tuesday afternoons Interment in St Josephs fBardstown Stand itt cemetryf s WEDDINGf BELLS Have Gayly Pealed Forth During Past Week Marriages of Social Interest Royalty Selecman Robertson Selecman and IMrW inia Royeltpwere married at of the brides parents last Thursday morning at 8 oclock Rev Wm Harrison Williams pastor of the Baptist church performing the cerej The beautiful wedding ceremony was witnessed by the members of the families of the contracting parties and by a few close iriendS The house had been beautifully decorated for the occasion with cut flowers ferns and potted plants An arch of Southern smilax and white carnations from which was suspended a wedding bell was erected beneath which the young people were made man and wife Back of this the potted plants were banked Prior to the wedding a musical prot gramwas Tendered by Miss Elizabeth EveningIannhaus r during ceremony Miss Evelyn Royalty who was dressed pink silk and cammed a bouquet of fihonor while Mr Shaker Robertson acted as best man toy the groom The bride was exquisitel gowned in ame thYst colored silk and carried ashower bouquet of white roses and lilies of theI valley Immediately afterfheceremonYMrj Mrs Ileft for a tour of Eastern Kentucky Ifiamong the best known and molt popular of Springfields young people awl are members of old families of this county The bride is the third daughter of Mr and Mrs Jas I Royalty while Mr Selecman is the son of Judge and MrsW E Selecman and is the youn barMcElroyRobertson A wedding ot great social interest to Springfield people was that of Miss Fannie Hardin McElroy and Mr Shaker Robertson which wks solemnized atJ Seelbach Hotel in Louisville this at 930oclock Rev R E C Lawson pastor of the Presbyterian church performed the ceremony The wedding was a very quret affair being attended by only members of the tamily sods few intimate friends Mrand Mrs Robertson will return to Springfield tomorrjow night and on Friday evening illibe the guests of honor at a reception to be given by the brides mother Mrs Robert Hardin McElroy Both Mr and Mrs Robertson are members of very old and aristocratic Washington county families The bride is the daughter fthe late Robt Har din McElroy and Mrs Annie Tate Mc Elroy while the genial groom is the sor of Mr W K Robertson andji grandson of County Clejrk W F Booker WrightBushI Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Ruby Wright and Mr Robert Lynne Bush which was solemnized June 12 last at the home of the brides parents at Terre Haute Ind- The wedding is tinged with quite a bit of romance Mr Bush was attend ing school m Terre Haute last year when he met his bri etobe After the marriage which was unknown to lMr Bushs parents Mri Bush returned ofehis cousins came to pAy the family of Mr Bush a visit Tie young people kept their secret well however and it was not until after Mrs Bush retained d 0 OctgherBrids Baltimore Sun The land is full of lovers and theres always room for more O brides of sweet October bring your sweethearts to the door The spring has lost its roses and the frost is on the way But love keeps spring eternal and her lips are red with May i The brides of sweet October They are fair they are fair To the music of Lohengrin Marching down the goldenstair J The land is full of beauty and the brides arebea tysown In soite of summers fading and the dreams of springtime flown The world is gold with autumns and the hearts are gold with love That walk beside their sweethearts where the white stars dream above The brides of sweet October Let them come let hem come ITothe magic of Mendelssohn And the heart beat of the drumIThe land is full of wonder and in wonder The lovers lead the sweethearts to the liked lanes of light To autumns altars glowing and the crimson aisle of gleam Where marriage bells of magic play the plenilunes of dream The brides of sweet October tOn the way on the way1cOh they take us back to April And they turn the world to May to her home in Terre Haute that it be came known here that the wedding had taken place To the happy young people we extend our congratulations and best wishes Famous Lawyer Passes Away 1909For1merthe greatest lawyer this State has over known died this morning shortly after six oclock at his residence in this city after an illness that kept him in bed for several months He had a severe attack with some complicated bladder trouble labout two years ago and for several days it was thought he would die at that time but he rallied and in a short time was able to go about and resume his law practice though he was never strong again physically Sometime this past summer he became perceptibly weaker and had to take to his bed About a week ago he had a severe sinking spell resulting from uremic poisoning and after he had somewhat rallied from its effects the attenaant physician stated that his death was only a question of time as he would gradually grow weaker Wednesday night he had another sinking spell and it took the most powerfu restoratives to revive him and after that the physicians gave up all hope of prolonging his life more than a ftw hours Knowing this his only daughter Mrs Suire of Cincinnati was again telegraphed for and she arrived last night accompanied by her husbard and they were with Judge Lindsay when the endcame try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it SALES Realty anders4naltY Sold In This County =Good Prices Realized ILast LSaturday the residence property of Mr H R Thompson on East Main street was sold at public auction and was bought by Mr Leo Haydon for Mn Mr Jas Willett for 2900 The lot adjoining the residence property was purchased by tha same party the con sideration being 700 Father Hennessey has sold his farm consisting of 277 acres West of Spring field to Mr Jas Montgomery for20 500 This is one of the best located and most desirable farms in Washington county wtHhad sales of their personal property during the past week All of the sales were well attended and the articles and stock disposed of brought good prices Auctioneer S M Campbell cried all of the sales Mr Jim Gray has sold his farm the old Stiga place to Mr Riley for 5000 The tractconsists of 90 acres IdiRather Die Doctor that have my feet cut off said MoL Bingham ot Princeville IllUBut youll die from gangrene had eaten away eighttoes if yoJdonlt said all doctors Instead he lused Bu klens Arnica Salve till wholly cured Its cures of Eczema Fever Sores Boils Burns and Piles astound the world 25c at Hnydon fi Robertsons WE CAREFULLY FILL PRESCRIPTIONS T 1 Youhave to depend on this druggist almost as much as on the Doctor i The best doctors efforts arc set at naught fif his prescriptions are not carefully accurately filled We know how important the filling of prescriptions ishow much it means to you and to the patient We fill prescriptions right We compound them from the best grade purest drugsthe only kind we keep in the store and our Tcchecking system eliminates possibility of mistakes i Leo Haydon Drug Co t SQUIRE POLINtt Suffered a Serious Injury Last WeeklsNow On the High Way to Recovery rTrSquire rIot the Fiscal Court of this county aril bae of the best known and most highly esteemed men inthe county was the vie tint of a serious accident last Thursday night Mr Polin and his son Mr Joe Polin had spent the day in Louisville and upon returning left the trainatI Valley Hill where John Jfolin Jr metf them to take them home Upon reach ing the bridge near the Tucker schoolhouse which is beingrepaired the three got but of the buggy to walk by itSquire Pohn being interested in the work started to walk across the bridge to see what progress was being made A lantern had been hung up as a dan ger signal and the rays from this were reflected in such a manner as to make the part1 ot the bridge which had been torn away look as if jt had been replaced Deceived by this Mr Polin f stepped out as he thought on the bridge but in realty into space and fell a dis tance of ten feet breaking the pelvic bone in his hip hurting his arm aDd bruising his body considerably Until Sunday Squire Polin was ina precarioo condition but since then has been doing well and is now on the high way to re qoviry VThe Sun with Squires many other friends wishes him a speedy recovery and that he may be none the worsefor his accident i GUESSINGCONTEST Organized For the Benefit of AM Subscribers Handsome Presv iA ents to Be Given Away J The Sun has secured thePumpkha which took the prize at the 1909 Wash ington County Fair and ia going to let those who pay up their subscription In advance and all new subscribers take a guess on the number of seed the pump containsWe to give three prizes and the three guessing the nearest to the number of seed the pumpkin con tarns will receive the prizes The prizes are as follows The first prize will be a 4000 Sewing Machine The Free This machine is sold by The Robertson Claybrooke Co and is a perfect ma chine and will be a handsome orna ment for some home The second prise is a S3500 Sewing Machine The New Home This machine is sold by Ed M Russell and is a highclass Standard Machine and comes highly recommended by those who own one The third priae l is ai2500 Set of Harness either wagon or buggy harness the winner to take his choice This harness has been purchased of Mr Geo J Begemannma ufacturer of handmade harness and will make some person happyl We ask that you call at stores of The RobertsonClay brook e Co Ed M Rue sell and Geo J Begemann and inspect tne prizes for yourself and see what handsome things they are For further particulars of this contest read tfee large advertisement on page 3 The Best Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with r Chamberlains Liniment and bound on to yior pains in the side or chstJtive it a IeIplease anyone suffering from that diet ease Sold by The LeiflacDrmCo f PrJt r t tZtf THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3d cog I TAXES MST BE PAIft bY DEC1st I ITbiiS After December First a penalty goes oin Pay now Save ttyj Imy last year to collect Taxes and being duty bound to make all collections by December 1st I ask call and S settle without further notice and avoid trouble Sydney Osborne Sheriff Washington County i r V fflltA1W STOCK ferns of Interest to farmers and Live Stock and Poultry Raisersr Keep grit charcoal and lime where ey can always be accessible to the Lewis Different foods influence the flavor of eggs It has been proven among other i tilings that if wild onions were fed to fens their flavor was imparted to the eggs Whitewash is much better than paint ea the inside of the poultry house for tfce reason that it costs less has some Jf rvl properties for the wood and lias a purifying influence as w UiGood mottoes t6 remember The times culling is always at hand Avoid 11th and encourage neatness The flock should consist of well bred fowls Too siiicch car cannot be exercised m sefec tin Oyster shells contain an abundance sf carbonate of lime i nd should be accessible to laying hens One pound of 1 eyster shells contains lime enough fort the shells of about seven dozens of egg if all is used A woman poultry raiser writes that packIilayer of eggs at least three inches be fow the surface of the salt Pack in a tirge jar with the points of the eggs downward Cover the top of the salt MeFwitJ1 paraffine She says the eRgsI till keep for several months At the South Carolina Experimental Station the past two seasons several remedies have been tried for sore head The best results were obtained from the following mixture Cloronaptho feuih one part and lard four parts Mix well andgrease the whole head If in r ae advanced stage wash the head in Warp water to remove the scabs before wing A great many poultrymen wonder Why their poultry houses are damp The location has a great deal to do with it but more than all fresh air and sun mine will drive dampness away The cmee of dampness is always a lack of proper ventilation A little ventilation rightly applied will remove the damp ss and at the same time give the fowls more healthfulconditions i k xperiments made at the Indiana Station have shown that v hen skim i milk is added to theucatibn iii increases tile consumption of other food Skim m1jc is valuable for young chicks in Bot dry weather and is less important when they grow older It must not be showed to stand and become fouled In Inter experiments Indiana Station Bul letin No 76 p p 2128 it was found that with cooler weather and for older chicks the value of skim milk was not lessened The cows value depends so largely on her ability to furnish plenty of good milk that we cannot afford to give her corn alone She cannot give as much milk or as good milk on corn alone as she can on half the corn and an added portion of middlings oats or other grain with grass or clover or other Vegetables A foundered sheep will be in a high state of fever and stiff all over It will stand up but little ands seem in great pain Ordinarily sheep do not become foundered except when fd from a self feeder and they are difficult animals to treat when thY do oYereatI The only remedy IS to physic with either Epsom salts or pureraw linseed oil The care of the fowl has as much to do with success as the feeding or the breeding No farmer would expect a cow no matter how well bred or how capable ot production to render a profit unless given good care The same is true of poultry Corn is purl best single feed for hogs but it is toojrich in fat and too poor in protein to make a harmonious and steady growth Pigs fed corn alone thrive for a little while get very fat and then seem to stop growing Far haveImake goods pigs without any other feed A hen laying 150 eggs a year will have produced about two pounds of pure carbonated iime A portion of this is derived from natural foods but the most of it is obtained from the small mineral particles which fowls are constantly picking from the earth Hence- It will be seen how important it is that fowls in confinement be supplied with shellforming material There are three important points in building a poultry house which should never be overlooked The open or partially open side should face south it should be on high ground so as to have naturally dry floors and the suns rays should be admitted throughout the greater part of the day The proper situation and construction of a poultry house is a very great advantage to the poultryjnan and if these matters are included the house may be constructed successfully along most any other lines Bran contains more phosphates and mineral matters than other ground grains and is also of great assistance in regulating the bowels especially when a small quantity of linseed meal is given with it In warm weather however it is not wise to give it more than three times a week In winter it is excellent scalded and mixed with cooked vegetables or is also beneficial when thrown dry into a mess of chopped vegetables mLIIi StSSiS- H COMEANDGQWITHgrand We are going to send twenty young r women between1he ages of 16 and 50 white of food character on a two months tour to the Mediterranean the Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco willipay all expenses of every kind for a thor ough enjoyable trip J The tour will be personally Conducted Writs It the Taur Department The Herald Louisville KyFfr Full Information a Ii r or meat If bran is used in the summer and the fowls have a range no other food need be given but in winter it is necessary to balance the ration with vegetables meats or bulky materials There isa knack in the feeding of hens that must be learned by experi ence The hens must be well fed and yet should always be a little hungry during the day They are not to beat any time satisfied but in the evening they mayAbe fed all they will clean up re dllyIt is a long stardine custom of poultrymen to feed hens a mash once a day and this may be fed morning or eyening according to convenience At the Kansas Experiment Station evening feeding has been found profitable Where meatand green feed are pro videdthe m a mash may be discontinued fed at intervals dropped from the bill of fare entirely There has been a great deal of com plaint about tomatoes rotting this year It is a dry black rot that attacks the blossom end about the time or just be fore the tomato begins to get ripe Some people think it is caused by too much dampnejss when the tomatoes are close to the ground or by the vines be ing too thiCkjMY experience is that it is dry weat er and hot sunshine that causes them to rot instead of the wet weather When I trimmed my tomatoes to a single tem and tied them up to stakes they rotted a great deal worse than they did when I let the vines iun and fall down to shade the tomatoes If you haye noticed those that come up ivoluntear around the fence whereI- theylare shaded from the sun are generally the firsts ones to get ripe androt the least So you see it is not because they are shaded that they rot What caused the tomatoes to rot so bad this year I think was on account of the hot sun and dry weather when they first began to ripen and before the vines had gotten thick enough to shade them As sooqas the rains came and the vines got rank enough to shade the tomatoes and keep them damp they quit rotting Nature Knows what is best and has given the tomato a vine to cover her fruit from the Burning sun When we try to improve on nature by cutting away part of the vine to let in the sun shine we ruin tpe fruit if the weather- is hot and dry lAnd the vines that are not trimmed will bear fruit of a better flavor the tomatoes not being so strong and sour as when the sun shines direct ly on them This is my experience and we never fail to have plenty cf tomatoes even when our neighbors have none r BUC SMEOf 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 mile from Springjfield on Bardstown pike thefoliowinKto Cows Hogs Farming Implements Etc 1 Jersey Heifer with Calf 1 Red Cow with Calf 10 Yearling Hellers 24 Hogs weigh 90 to 120 pounds 21 nice Stock Shoats 4 Brood sows 20 Stacks of Hay 2 to b tons to sfack 2 two horse Wagons 1 Deering Binder good as new 2 Deering Mowers 1 Sweep Rake 1 Roller 1 pise Harrow 1 A Harrow Breakingup Plows 3 Double Shovels 1 Buckeye Riding Cultivator ltraw Rick 1 Brown Walking Cultivator 1 Hay Frame 2 Wood Frames 2 Jumping Shovels 1 Iron Wheel Wagon Single Trees Double Trees Diggers SeveralSets of Wagon Ge rsai1d a lot of other farming tools too numer ous to mention 1 Grain Cradle Sale under all be payable Springfield security required I Swept Over Niagara This terrible often because a careless boatman the rivers warnings growing ripples faster Natures warnings are kind Thatdull pain or ache inthe warns you the Kidneys need backI if you escape fatal Diabetes or BrIghts Take Bitters at once and see Backache fly and all your best at Haydon Robertsons ImnnnUnIUmmlIIJIarJDIIIimIt u CLUBBING RATES WIT- ULOUISVILLI DAILIES The Sun arid The Louisville Times one year 3 50 The Sun and the Courier Journal bunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the Courier three days in the 3 days in the six months 230 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily one year 352 The IImjnnlI1111111I1illlllI Your Is silent repr MUtlT It you fine goods that are up IB siyle awl of uperler tualltr It o U to be rcfl oU4 In your printing We the kind that you meed sad will set feel ashamed to hire repreiemt That S the only kind It pays to Mmd out Send eursi 4ers to tfeli office t 1 teal Tire Mowyer Buggy 1 Frdzier rubber tire Cart 1 Frazier steel tire Cart I 1 Steel Tire Runabout 2qtShocks of Fodder FilliesIu s C 1 German Coach Mare in foal to Jack 1 Black Mare in foal to JackR 1 Fine Sorrel Mare in foal to Hackney 1 Grey Mare by Round in foal to Hackney 2 Suckling Horse Mules 1 Filly Colt 1 6year old Mules 1 Mare Mule 5y ears old 1 Horse Mule 3years old 1 Good Mare Mule 8yearsold 1 3orse Mule 12yearsold 2 Yearling Horse Mules 1 by CourieY 1 JennetI1 jrey Jack Bill Goebel 1 Black Jack Stonewall Two of the Mule Jacks in the country 1 l1ionrRed StateI 1 Standard and Registered Bay Stallion Moko 6yearsold 16 high 228J trial 2161 1 Standard Registered Stallion Sanbreaker 153 hands high 7 years old 221J trial 2 JQJ 1 Imported German Stallion 16 handshigh ILU Standard registered 1 Imported English Hackney Stallion Bouncing Canaught Standard and registered 153in Beautiful Chestnut Sorrel 1 Bay Stallion Cantalivia by the I Standard and Regr 1 Black Mare by Blood Chief with foal to Red Bird U 1 Bay Mare by a son of Black Bird with foal to Bill Goebel 1 Sorrel mare in foal to Hackney 1 Bay Gelding fastroad horse 5years old 1 Nice Brown Gelding by Highland rDenmark out of aCarbo Mare 153 A nice combined horse 1 nice 2yearold Bay Marehignlybred 2 Suckling Bay Colts by Mok p 1 Bay Suckling Colt by Norniah W 1 Suckling Bay Filly by Mokp A good one SharpLunchGround TERMS All sums of 10 and Cash sums above that amount a credit of Six months given note at either bank of with six per cent from date Good pet sonal HENNESSY BAKER calamity happens ignores and current would Dropsy disease Electric feelings fromI Daily except daily Journal any week dailyCourierJournal week Herald EyeningPost allllrdlIIJ Stationery your sell todate i produce you Delay pair best Pearl hands Record Brown Record Coach Nelson and high great Onward istered win with GUESSk f H Tlfr li = t S jiI FREE + PREMIUMStit The SUTHERN AGRICULTURIST otters more and premIUms to club raisers than any southern r year we are giving away fThisof new and valuable pres things S ou neverr saw e ta Anybody can get pa club for itit I the SOUTHERN AGRIC ULTPRIsb cause It IS the best paper publIshed tit for southern farmers and the prIce Jis very reasonable Write for free sample copy con 2 tf i J taming attractive premium offers ISOUTHE AgiiICULTURIST tiTe lnessesh i i lIIt J + iJ hIi ft ii THE j SJ RtoICWELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20 isioo Iit n t + l ttH o be Given Away wiraw In Prizes in our Great I 1Jr I jcIg ContestjW- etIt have inaugurated a great Guessing Contest one that will keep the people guessing 1 one that everyone has a equal show for an prize This contest has been organizsd for I the benefit of our subscribersold and new alike and everyone plying their sub spripiion in advance and every new subscriber will be entitled to 6n guess lFWhat You Are to Guess On1fIt i ifr We have secured the Mammoth Pumpkin that took the prize at thf 1909 Washington County Fair and we are going to let subscribers who pay lip their subscriptions and all New subscriber paying in advance guess on X IoJr How Many Seed the Large Pumpkin Contains ITsW f w I We are going to give Three Prizes amounting to 100 to those whig eS thg nearest number of seed this Pumpkin conI tains prizes that are useful and will last you a lifetimems something that you will be proud of Read about the prizes + come in and subscribe for The Sun and take a Guess w THE PUMPKIN 4The Pumpkin is a very large one also a very fine one having taken the first prize at the 1909 Washington County Fair This Pumpkin is on display atour office and you are invited to come in and see it Come in and take a guess on how many seeds it contains When the contest closesthe date will be announced latex Pumpkin will be cut open and the seed willbe counted by two people and everyone is cordially invited to be at the 1thig and see that it is done correct It will be a square deal everybody Read about the prizes and take a guess a W W FIRSTPRIZEThe Machine THE Anyone would be proud to own it IFREE machine is sold by The RobertsonCIaybrooke eoand seen at any time at theirstore The Free Sewing Ma is one of the finest machines madeIt does the kind of sewing that other machines haye never done and is one that any tithpusekeeper would be proud to own store and see it and let them explain the wonder = + ful advantages it has 6 f t + I Ballots will be supplied at office those who wish send their by mail will print ballot The week they can and inclose the fe the ballot I t iit + r PRIZE 1 The Second Prize a 35 00 Sewing Machine THE on all fEtThismachines on the market doing perfect work and is highly recom m ndetlbV those have machine will also make a hands ornament for some home f Iat Mr Russells Jewelry Store and inspect this machine THIRD The third Prize isa 2500 Set of Harness eitherIBugg or wagon harness winner to take his choiceIThfharness wasi purchased of Mr Geo Begemann horn ntan ac o handmade harness Any person will know how to appreciate a O0 harness Can at Mr Bege annd Harness Shop and ask him about the Harnes get him to tell what goods it is made and if it isnt a set wilt last a litetlme Remember Your choice either wagon or buggy harness hilL Thesio RULES OF CONTEST Every man woman 0r cribing for nvonel Y who is Already a subscricer paying up in a vacels tIt openedb4 open and the seed counted by two reliable persons in the presence of lever who wishes to be present The prizes be tttawarded three guessing the nearest the number ot seed the Pumyjdn contains ifurther information or particulars address IIIFor y 1I I L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN I Ho- L SmithfPublisher I I Springfield Ky i t t i ii I NOTICE Guessing you and for remittance we in Sun each so it out it with remittance we will 1fill it in boxforthem r t + SCOND is who This me Call PRIZE J our Set of yoii kind of of see that of J will to the to this to a and one 1 UnIIIII1IIcpunmnD1jnlllnmmtiDnIDIllJIUeIiIBn1lnnmUI1UIliIII IIIiII +r i GUESSING BALLOT I I Iiiik i fXII Tnt i jjlNAME i= iI J I ADDRESS il iiuiinJJ ioasWsMB IIJUUllnmlnnldllllllILIIiIIUUUJII I8nm8UU11 +II + EXCHAINGE1Sayings r TS of the Press At Large Love is a wifes wages dont skimp in your PayLebanonEnterPrise z The mosquito casts his vote for the openwork shirt waist Kentucky Man What doth it profit a woman to get her hat on straight if her complexion isntt Bqurbon Stock Journal Words will not answer for deeds nor forms for facts It is what we do that is countedRed Man More than 30000 workmen are killed in the course of a year in this country by accidents incidental to their occupations The State Board of Health estimates that 640b people die in the State of Kentucky annually from tuberculosis The man who laughs so loudly at the rural visitor for trying to mail a letter in the firealarm box doubtless thinks you get the honey by milking the bees Ohio State Journal If we laugh we grow fat If we hope we have bright eyes If we love wear e strong If we practice freedom friendship and charity we become conquerors Red Man There was a man in our town And he was wondrous wise He swore by all the dogs that be He never would advertise At last one days he advertised And thereby hangs a tale The ad was set in nonpareil And headed Sheriffs Sale Biue Grass Clipper rThe editor was busy when he was asked How are t markets The man was referred to the office devil who looked wise and said Young men unsteady girls lively and in de mand papas firm but declining mamas unsettled waiting for higher bids coffee considerably mixed fresh fish active and slippery eggs quiet but expected to opera soon whisky still going down onions strong yeast rise ing breadstuff heavy silver close but not enough to get hold ofVane X View Argent Well run and fight and gouge fend bite And wallow in the mudiWell wrangle hard until its night I And spill a pail of blood Tis thus we exercise our will And play the noble game Some folks object but Will get there Henry all the PleaSUreVllleI Iwithnot apply vto blue inks A little kerosene is best in this case Publishers Auxiliary A cucumber is bitterthrow it away rbere are briars in the roadturn side from them There is a customer in the office who wants you to cu priceshes a lemon throw him out iranklm Printer 4 ew paper who has never felt the pleasure that it brings it always tells us of so many strange and wondrous things It makes us weep at tales of woeit r fills our hearts with mirth Ic tells us of the price of stock how much produce is worthy andjPublishers Auxiliary iiThe melancholy days are come emanated from the pen of a literateur who didnt know the joys of jiunkin pie to say nothing of persimmons and possum and sweet potatoes Courier Journal Now remember Mary said the teacher just before the schborexer cises tf you forget some of the words when you aresinking YPur8bngtdont i r stop keep right on say turn tummy t mtum or somethinglike tfaG iaM nobody will noticd tfie diffeVeHefe li Ctai exhibition day IittlDfaryedi ed IMT audtenceaa song thaw j 4II And she wears a wreath of reets tAround he t tonmytumtu m Ai rybodys Mdagaz l Robertson county leadeuthe field r pooldf94acresremaineunaiggedup toW JWchester The story is told of an editor irfe t recently wrote a puff for the belle of the ball sayin Her dainty feat were incased in shoes thatmightji e been taken for fairy boots bttttih blundering compositor made it4af Her dirty feet were incased in sbeas that might have been taken forfjerry boatsrNegroes On Ballot n Owens oro KvfOct 13 Negat voters of Daviess county filed ape inWith the County Clerk Wednesday af noon asking that the names of riega voters be placed on the official elcu- b l1ot for six county1 officers not fittei by the Republican convention The Hr ing oft the petition came like a bold shell in the Republican ranks and tile leaders are very uneasy Ro11aBryafc was nominated by the Republican thvention for County Judge and the re mainder of the county ticket left blaolc The last registration shows thatdjtF teen negroes registered ias democrat- and 151 registered as independents Elderly People Helped Fret J The last years of life are the sweet est and yet the most difficult to pro long It is then that the greatest cUe is exercised in maintaining bodily health But the chief care should a ways be with regard to the food jow eat and whether you are digesting it properly You should not allow your constipatedNo salts zaI l1lihaveviolent in action and do but temporary good Listen then td the voice of experience with regard to a Wonderful aari mild laxative Dr Oaldwells Syrup Pep sin It is not new only we are trytef to find new friends for itA A Felts of Johnston City IlL RiC fered from stomach rouble for six years CaldweWsSyrupsuccess We could name hundreds mothers Some heard of it firstthrdUda throughdoctorsstomach liver or bowel complaint free sample bottle for trial without charge aidrtissheyour home If it proves Itself am te ybuyinge1rUgg1Stas all of them sell it OiayMfit j11tbottles bpught of druggists who wifl jfund your money if It does not Jeatiefr you Send at least for the free teat b todayIf there anything absent your ailment that you dart understand or if you waat wrlrteito the doctor and be vA answer you fully There In no charge for this servkB The address Is Dr W 3L CaldwclU 600 Caldwell VU tfontlcelloHl 00000 For sale 87 The Bed Crow Drug Stoiw Slogans 1J1mEESewing Machine anytr fREElasts longer than any oth- erGfREE ismorebeautifultbriany FREE has less vibration than any other tREE haairto operate lHmEmates a more perfect stitctttan anyotter OfTSOSEis of all cam t tined ii ant iSf GmN cO CHICAGO n ILLINOIS rYROBERTSON CLAYBR OKCO Agent Sprihgfieia KJr JO y 11A p THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20 1909 rr qe II All The Novelties ofI the Season irit 1 Dress Goods and r t r Trimmings I IJJ INOW BEING SHOWN At THE i BIG STOREI Also full line of thestaples in DressGoods I such as Serges Broadcloths Panamas etc In blacks and blues at Low Prices I E i Special Bargain We still have a few pieces left of 36 inch Woolen Dress GoqaV suitable for Girls II School w art the very low price of 25CThese goods are worth double the price I I IChildrensAlso full line of best makes of Womens and Ch- ilI drens Hosiery l N weststyl in Ladies nd Gents Shoes I We show the Best makes of School Shoes on they market ISpecial Low Prices in Childrens Cloaks I IPrIcej you Call and see always glad to show you IThe ROBERTSON ICL AYBROOKE Co II- INCORPORATED SPRINGFIELD K NTUCKYI SPRINGFIELD SUN t ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY it tir SUBSCRIPTION ONE DpLLAR In Advance + L SMITH Editor and Publisher 3dtered at the postoffic at Springfield Ky for transmission througn the as secondclass matter jmailS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION flOOJBlxlfonthsrTkree Months 25 r Democratic Tickii CIRCUIT JUDGEL H Thurman COMMONWEALTHSATTORNEYl C S Hill of Marion County REPRESENTATIVE D Graham COUNTY JUDGEB L Litsey COUNTY CLERKW F Booker CIRCUIT CLERKRobt Noe COUNTY ATTORNEYT Scott Mayes SHERIFFS J Anderson i SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT JW Bus JAILERGeo D Catlett ASSESSORW T Mitchell CoRONERDr W E Grume SURVEYOR Wm G Roberts fl i Hon Champ Clark gives the follow i Wing piece of political history which l iahould encourage allgood Democrats and cause them to be true to y ReI Jn the Fifty ninth Congress the V e publicans had a ajority in the house of 114 In the Sixtieth Congress they had house majority of 57 In the present House their majority is only 47 So that even a blind man can see that thecurrent Pins against them Holdi all the seats that we now hold we mu gain only 24 in order to control the next House Surely the tariff fiasco ought to gi Janot only 24 seats now held by t Republicans but twice 24 Indeed t Payne Aldrich bill is such a defiance of public opinion that we ought to have as biga majority in the Sixtysecond Congress as we had in the Fifty secon d when even New England sent mo reall Democrats than Republicans to the House as fruits of the McKinley bill History has a strange and instructive way of repeating itself A few figures may serve to elucidate the situation and here they are The are 19 Republican members whose plu ralities are below 1000 nine whose plu ralities are below 2000 and above 1000 and eighteen whose pluralities are below 3000 andabove 2000 That makes 46 all jtpldi With the current rpnni against 46icertain pf reelection When thy think of thePayite Aldrich tariff bill andth tof the first Tuesday after the first M day in November 1910 the cold chills creep up and down their spinal columns One Other thing is quitelikely to help Senatehwill remain an the beneficiaries of the Payne Aldrich reflects upon that fact and upon t further fact that they will hold k White House till March 4 1912 they may conclude that there is no sense in squandering their wealth in electing Republican House in 1910 and therefore leave Republican candidates to paddle their own canoes Democratic pros pects are improving every hour DrG T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST fe WithJCROWN WORK A SPECIALTY IJlDental Work Strictly First Springijeldi Ky fflc in flagon up Local News Notes Old papers for sale at this office N west Millinery at the mopt reason able jprices See ours before buying MRS MULLIGAN over Peoples Bank Dont fail to be in WiUisburg Satur day Oct 30 to attend the auction S M CAMPBELL goasotngme see the MI Ah1Iat A C Kim alls Estray About three weeks ago 3 ewes strayed from our placer Reward for any information of their whereabouts ellyIRemember we have everything that is n wand stylish in Winter Millinery New patterns each week See them before you buy Prices right IIMRS WILLIAMS Overcoats Cloaks Shoes Hats Caps WiUisburg Saturday Oct 30 etc1in r S M CAMPBELL PressingrSPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop Wd have a complete line of the latest ty lejin Millinery Our prices are the we can save you money MRS MULLIGAN over People Bank Aui tion Saturday Oct 30 at 1 oclock in Wi llisburg Dont fail to attend SM CAMPBELL If jou are going to buy a Wheat Drill dont fail to see the Thomas A full carlo d of Birdsell wagons just arrived byiILL aJtoTake your clothes to Links have them cleaned and pressed Rates reasonable Work guaranteed Call and inspect our complete line of Read toWear and Trimmed hats be fore buying MRS MULLICAN Over Peoples Bank FoRI SALE Two farms in grass well mproved plenty tobacco land 91 acres pn pike adjoining Springfield 100 acres on pike near Pleasant Run JOHN DEBOE railstcrus er p on Mun St and am prepared to grind corn meal and feed stuff at all times KIiIBALLhethe PrDa y services of the Baptist Sutid will beheld on Oct 31 r 1909 at Mackville Ky We give a most sordial invitation to all friends of the school to be present We wish that ro embers of the school would be i their places early We hope that all members and those whodesire to b fmemo rS will mfiet with us if possible Come and bring someone with you Suren will te found a large advertisement of the sile of Live Stock Etc by Hen ear y Baker This will probably be the Japestsale of its kind ever held in sale was brought rentedriga fine farm in Nelson county desiriq g to dissolve partnership and go in business Menr miltonh success in their new fieldI Those desiring to receive officials e turns of this district consisting of Jour counties and some of the results upbill6 Yheex Yhe y may name on any mak arrangements as soon as possible I you d not receive returns money iwil atet j D R LiTSEYi Manager Official Return a Bureau Springfield Ky 4a Old papers for sale at this office vy r r r r I Latest Fahions for Fan addMitIte f i I I Grand Opening Sale Exhibition I111 OF t I Ladies and MissefI CoatsTailor= Made 1J JSuitsC I1t k U A Ifrom a Vell Know Manufacturer and Importer of Ladies Fashionable Garments I tl J i ILI I This sale and exhibition will take place at our store on 11Saturday Oct 23 r I occasionITf- t I GRUNDY MclNTIRE i I Tfr Itw sftw3jitwti m rrtt c rrt sa a e It m thrl There isa move on foot to incorporate the automobile line between Springfield and Lebanon The object of this is to put larger cars in operation so as to permit the hauling of baggage and freight The line has been success fully conducted for the past three months and has been a paying invest merit It was thought at first by some that it could not be operated on account of the horses along the high way getting frightened but thepeople have sound that the horses soon got ac customed tothe machines and that there was no danger at all This new line will mean much to the people of Springfield and we wish them success For Sale 9b acre farm lays well and is nicely improved New House and Ham All tobacco land Price cheap- MCELROY WHARTON Land Agents enTHURSDAY OCTOBER 21 1909 willeon my from Springfield on Mackville road sell some of my live stock and all farming implements Among the stock is a pair sorrel roan horses and a pair of horse mules Sale at 1 oclock HOWARD MASTERS S M Campbell Auctioneer Here Are Some slidgr Hemmer prices on some Odds and Ends in Shoes for one week only to clean u All good clean stock 12 pairs Mens Shoes heavy weight n2A0 and 1 50 11 pairs Ladies Shoes 125 to 145 worth 150 to 2 10 pairs Boys Shoes 1 35 to 165 S2e145f1It will payyou to buy these Shoes they are all good reliable stock I have heavy new stock of shoes and want plenty of room P Thomas t = tfi + Wtf + WtWtfit +++ t i To The Public e e + fjTHavingthe Livery business IwIll continue business at the old stand on Main street and will do business just as cheap as J W the high prIces of feed and horses will allow me to do I- ask 3T + a continuance of patronage from allof our old friends + LiveryRi +for Yourpatronage solicited + fit T B TAPP + SUCCESSORTO WHARTON TAPP +++ + ++ + Wt ++++ ++ n fifH+ ++++ I farm For Sale 1 + Having bought property near town will offer for sale privately my farm situated onehalf mile from Valley Hill + on the Springfield aftid Bloomfield turnpike containing 141 Y acres a good five room dwelling good cellar all trTTW40 acres next year + i Terms easy and price right 1not sold at once will rent For further particulars call on 0t S P Derringer f Valley HiIfKy f++ti4Hg Wt ++8 ill Wt+ 1t Wt LET US TEST YOUR tYS and fit GLASSES We haye just brought 1 itonthe Greatest Line of Spectacles in + Kentucky All est style CentralI any style Rims furnish you with 1canbest grade oi goods Lowest Prices it PN 21 JEWEL WATCHES HWt H t it THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20 1909 1t f- iT1T d j T TT TUI 1 I SPECIAL AOIUMN SALE I Ii Saturday and Monday cad 25 I L IW will inaugurate a Special Sale Saturday aid Monday and make special prices in every department Look carefull over these prices I Calicoes ii 412c t 1 Hoosier cotton H 5cV Hope cottonI Be 15c Canton flannel J10c 12 l2c Outings Flannelettes lOc Check Ginghams 7c 1 S Cline36 inch Ben galines Moire and Taffetta Silk I 1 125 and 150 r tl = W V STALLARD D D b I SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE72 II I EXTRACTED WITHOUT Paid or Work Done in this office is first I All class in every respect and I just as advertised GUARANTEED I iEBOver McElroy 8 Shaders Grocery tai I OOOOOoooeooeoOo a I Personal NotesI a 0 e Visitors In and Out of TownA a t IRound Up of the News Weeks e n tfeoeoeooaeoeoeoeoeoOeOe 1MISS Lucy Selecman is visiting Miss Mary Lawrence Claxon 211 W St Lebanon visited here Monday 7Mrs Fred Man et of Louisville is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs John W Lewis IIw C McChord is attending court C In Lebanon this week = cjMr J J McCabe is the guest of his family at this place Mr L 0 McCarty spent Sunday in u rMiss Nannie Rapier of Bardstown r 1s the guest of Miss Mabel Price =Miss Willie Knott is visiting rela Ei tives in Louisville this week rI iMrs Jesse Rapier of Bardstown arrived Tuesday to visit her parents r Jt Mr and Mrs C L Price r IMrs J Y Mayes and Mrs E IE Buster have returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville 11 LMrs John Searcy and Miss Louise Searcy of Vera Cruz N M arrivedd Jjhe e and are at the bedside o IarcYs father Mr Thos Reed who la seriously ill t Mrs David Litsey and little son William are the guests of Mr and Mrs Arch Hayes in Louisville =Miss Virginia Lysle and Mr Chas 4Bohon of Lebanon spent Sunday with Miss Fannie McElroy J SEASONS GREATEST VALUES IN BEST QUALITY Blankets and Comforts Good Silkoline Comforts 100 Extra large silkoline satine comforts 1SP Extra fine silkoline comforts250 to 350 104 wool Blankets 300 to SOp 14 wool Blanket 4gJt JrJuQQ 124 wool Blankst 500 to 800 Cotton Blankets r 75c 100 to 150 Shoes Full Stock W L Douglas Shoes for Men and Boy 200 250 300 and 350 Florsheim Shoes for Men 400 to 500 Full Stock Mens nd Boys Work Shoes Black and Tan Low and High Cut Mrs Ipft for she will of here last D L of was Miss has from arid her of near town Miss has t Mrs are a few i Miss an i Mr L B viHe day and with Mr Rev Irl P who has been the at the for the has gone to his at the Mrs G C and Miss from Hop and Ger the of Mr m Mrs and Mrs the Mr Will in last Mr H M was in last Mr and Mrs Jas of B oom field with Dr and Mrs W W Mrs and Miss D of are of Mrs E L Mr and Mrs will to the of the a to Mr and Mrs A C Mc R E C Mr E S Sr and Mr W M are in kr and Mrs J R of here last Mon day in of her of Mrs H P and Mrs H B in day and with her Mrs of V Mrs R E C is in Mr in the first or the week l Mr W D was in last Mrs W E has ret Mr Mrs W R hive IN Dress Goodsr 125 Valuesfor98c t 100 k87c 75c forJ 49c 35c 29c 45 inch De SoielforII6 Unprecedented in Suits Goats Coats195019 50 Coats1im1150 950 of and in and to r or r rrWF Booker Monday Cincinnati where spend several t3ays fMr Alex Elandford Louisville visited relatives week Prof Thomas Central University here Tuesday Lulie Waters returned Louisville Miss Hattie Blandford spent Saturday Sunday with mother Virginia Strong returned home rfMrand Emqiet McElroy spending days WlthelatveSin Danville Mattie Durham Smithof Campbells spent Satur Sunday brother Richard jDurham Haynes filling pulpit Pleasant Grove church past year reSume studies Theological Seminery Wharton Annie McChord have returned kinsviile Misses Margaret Eddie trude Shader attended iuneral their cousin Alphonsus Shader Louisville Tuesday Fred Hagan WM Hagan visited formers brother Rogers Lebanon week Grundy Louisville week Allen spent Sunday Ray Chas Gates Annie Grundy Louisville guests Davison Emmet McElroy return their home inKansas City flatter part week often visit their parents Elroy Rey Lawson Mayes Hagan Louisville this week attending Grand Lodge Smith Bloomfield visited relatives week rMiss Mabel Price entertained evening honor guest Mjss Nannie Rapier Bardstown McChprd McElroy spent Tuesday Louisville Sunday sister John Brown Lebanon Lawson visiting Louisville Mike Fitzgerald Was Louisville lLJou isville week Leachman reed from Louisyjlle and Selecman returned from Middlesboro wher they haye been since their marriage ALL THE NEW WEAVES AND COLORINGS BLACK AND COLORED Values Values Values Satin Values Ladies and 3000 Suits 2250 2500 2500 Suits 2000 Coats 1500 2250 Suits 1500 1800 Suits j50I 1250 Coats Great Assortment Misses Childrens Coats Cloth Push Bear Skins at750 1250 arrr r-ilr Danger Louisville Claybrooke Dr F S Clark wife aid children of Louisville Mr Steve Cla k and wife of Fairfieldi spent aturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Leo Haydon Up Before The Bar- N H Brown an attorney of Pitts field Vt writes We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for years and find them such a good family medicine we wouldnt be without them For Chills Constipation Biliousness or Sick Head ache they work wonders 25c at Hay don Robertsons For Sale A lot with a 7 room dwelling and store house 18x36 on it The stor house Can be used for a drug store and doctorsoffice or blacksmith shop Lot also has 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 = Every Thursday rs Come and Try Some ++ j ftit Hertlein Bro Restaurant Bakery Ir Suits and Dont forget our line of vercoatsIOvercoats for YoiingMen r fitting Garments on the 2hOOBoysChildrens Suits and Overcoats 3OQ to 1000 Marx and Wtlworih Suits and Overcoats for Men 3000Welworth 1 Icarpets 1 larfeststockI Cunningham Duncan Comp ny rrjrrrrwri rr luI5lTEETH Ky1Mr leilmI Fresh Oysters Fresh Celery Malaga Grapes tEvening Katie Confectionery JITTJ andJ rel FINE SPORTi Wild Boar Captured in the Knobs After an Exciting Chase Several lyears ago two hogs escaped from Samuel Baker in Boyle county above MitchellSburg and got away into the knobs All efforts to capture them proved futile and they increased in number and became a menace to the locality killing young calves and chasing children and grown people too out of the woods where they had gone to gather chestnuts Last Friday a hunt theewild creatures and Clint Newby and William Martin of Perryville were in the party with several dogs They put the dogs upon the trail and soon had the hogs on the retreat to the thickest t underbrush in the knobs The chase lasted halt a day before either of the hogs was caught when one was taken in tow which was roped and placed in a twohorse wagon and the chase was resumed which lasted some time before the second hog was captured Alter being worried by the dogs for some time another one of the hogs which was a male weighing something more than two hundred pounds and had tusks almost three inches long became so ferocious that in several instances members of the pursuing party had to shin up trees to escape being ripped into shreds One of the dogs was gashed in the side to the hollow before the well nigh maddened brute was brought to bay in a ravine and beaten almost to insensibility and lassoed like an ox An- Other hunt will shortly be organized Harrodsburg Herald How to Cure a Lord Be as careful as you can you will OCt doIonn that has an established reputation and that is certain to effect a cure Such a medicine is Chamberlains Couq Remedy gained a world wid reputation byit1 remarkable cures of this most common ailment and can natIpectoratiod opens the secretions an aids nature in restoring the system to a healtny condition For sale The Leo 1 ydQn Drug CoSi 1 s s a A YoungWilsonr iYesterday mornirig at 5 oclock a the home of Rev RobtL Ifardo eptWIlsonPurdom performing the ceremony Me and Mts Wilson left on the 6 oclock train for a bridal tour to Indiana Hendren Wins L-A housetohouse primary was held II the North and Willisburg precincts tam week to nominate a Republican cash date for Magistrate This was the sec ond primary held the first resulting m a tie vote between Squire Nimrod Here dren ar d Mr David TniIItime however Squire Hen ren won Jy ten votes Mr A J Moore has a candidateHAPPY HOLLOW q Mr C W StallIngs and family weee in Springfield last Saturday Mr Erastus Perkins and wife sped days last week her father Mr JaM Armstrong and family at this place Mrs Solomon Kays and two fciM were in Willisburg Saturday Mrs Edward Hanby spent Saturn afternoon with her father Mr Jefci Armstrong ant family Mr Dave Hines and wife and lug mother Mrs Hines have retnr home after a several weeks stay wjtk the family of Mr J M Shields At t place Mrs Sabe Coulter spent jThur a y afternoon with Mrs John Armstrong Messrs Ernest and Rufus Shetgnuih er were here Sunday afternoon Mrs Sabe Coulter and son Ctefc spent Sunday with Mr John ArmIttNlc and family speakSundaywife Mr J S Thomas and wife sjM faailiMr rf Sateerblutiidtilbittaledispeag t Horn Krt1Wan t y 6 = THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20 IOOQ v JOS UITO I jFL1GKT Pest Is Driven from Five Pop ulous New jersey Counties JAt OvteetI lead st Experiment Station Hecelveo JlttlllutJ hllculefte suit aHaivo Won Many En thuslastlo Supporters j Trenton Nt J= Prof John B Smith leadaoi tke New Jeney state ento olofical experiment station has jut finished a tour of inspection ever five counties in the state where lowlands salt marshes and meadows kayo been ditched to rid them of the mosquito pest Prof Smith interviewed many residents of these coun c ties and the unanimous testimony was that the salt water mosquito where the ditching has been done has been practically eliminated The counties which have thus been rid of the pest are the most populous of the state Essex Union Middlesex Monmouth and Ocean The work of drainage was begun six years ago maid a chorus of derision from incred HkHiB scoffers wno said Jersey would never be aught but the mosquito iato4 Mlle upon miles of ditching however which Prof Smiths late trip slowed to be still free of obstruction and doing the work it was intended to dpJ have changed these doubters into enthusiastic supporters Prof Smith at first had to carry on the work practically alone but now he has the active cooperation of local associations of taxpayers in almost t every town village and hamlet bene fited All the ditcjhes were expected to do was to drain off the surface water This they did and where formerly nyon walking Across the marshes wound step into water from two to three inches deep there is now dry surface Moreover fine crops of marsh hay are now gathered and Cured Weeks earlier than formerly Prof Smith has learned much about the life history of the salt marsh mosquito tof which students of the pest are ignorant It was supposed that the mosquito was bred in water that the eggs were laid there and that the larva developed there Through ex perimental work it has developed that the eggs are always laid in soft mud and that if this dries up the eggs are not hatched until this surface Is flooded by water again It was formerly an erroneous be lief that the mosquito remained with- In a short distance of the place where it was hatched On the contrary it is often carried from twenty to forty miles from the breeding place by a fa voring wind The following places were viSited by Prof Smith and citizens in each place testified that the mosquito for- merlYF a swarming pest was now prac tically4 extinct The Newark meadows Cheesquake Marquis creek and Whale creek Cliffwood Matawan HighlandsBank Monmouth beach Pleasure Bay Port au Peck the Manasquan marshes Seagirt Brlelle and Point Pleasant at the head of Barhegat bay CoL Edwin W Hftne who has had experience with the mosquitoes at the state encampment at t Seagirt for years said that while the Fifth New Jersey regiment was in camp this summer there were hardly enough mosquitoes to tell about While former ly the soldiers had suffered greatly The Rumson and Monmouth Beach associations were so enthusiastic over the good work that they raised a fund of 2700 to aid Prof Smiths campaign A striking contrast was observed at Barnegat Pier The marshes near that point have not been drained and pools of water can be seen scattered all over them The long grass swarms with imosquitoes To prove that the pools were breeding places Prof Smith filled a glass with water from one of the pools and then a small net was dragged through the pool and the contents emptied into the glass The result was mosquito larva in large numbers The Barnegat bay section had been mapped out for drainage this fall but the legislature made no appropriation and the work will not be done this year Altogether in the six years since the campaign began 10000 acres of Jersey meadow and salt water land have been drained at an expense of five dollars per acre Herman H Brehme Prof Smiths assistant has tad charge of the surVey work and directed the work of Contractor Jesse P Sionahan of Red Bank Mr Mona han uses a machine which automatically cuts and removes the sod from the meadows cutting a trench 30 inches deep and nine inches wide Prof Smith says that where mos quitoes appear in any sections adjoin ing the drained areas mentioned they will be few in number and of the sort r known as culex pipiens a dark colored variety that is bred in sewer basins stagnant fresh water pools cellars and the like The striped leg variety comes from the marshes xTobacco Boom In Panama Factories for the the manufacture of plug tobacco whose output probably will be 20000 pounds a month soon will be in opera reportssma City The Isthmian Tobacco Company composed largely of Ken tacky men backs the project The tobacco will be imported dry from Kentucky and Virginia RUGS AND WALLS IN HARMONY To Have the Floor the Darkest Tone Is Always a Safe Decorative Rule to Follow A floor should be the lowest or darkest tone In the room then Ute walls and the ceiling She lightest or highest This Is the aittural waylaid the safest to follow as a general rule It gives a feeling of flrmness and sol orderthan the ceiling one feels that the ceiling is coming down on ones head and that dodging is the only way to escape a blow The floor should sup post the walls in color as well sln fact but care must be taken not to make the mistake of thinking that strength of color is obtrusiveness of color Strength of color in the right- place will make the scheme of decoration a successful and satisfying one but obtrusiveness of color will make a hopeless failure of it declares a writer in the Womans Home Com panion The chief color of the rug should be the chief color of the wallsnot necessarily the same tone but harmonizing1 tones of the same shade If the walls are a soft yellow a rug with different shades of brown and to give the needed note of contrast dull soft red and blues would look well in the room This kind of rug would also go well with green or blue walls The proportion of the different colors in a rug may make or mar it for ones special use In choosing a rug it is best to have a feeling of one predom inapt color with the other colors add ing the snap that contrast gives and forming a harmonious and delightful wholeBefore finally deciding on a rug ask to have it sent to the house to try in the spot for which it is Intended because what looks quite wonderful in the shop may prove quite unsatis factory in the house Be sure to try it with the light against the nap and then with it one will be astonished to see what a difference in the appear ance of the rug it makes- FOULARD WAIST MSp c-i J 7 Blouse of pale blue dotted foulard ornamented with motifs of guipure The yoke and sleeve caps are cut in one piece and are of the silk shirred and trimmed with guipure The undersleeves also of the ma terial are finished with deep cuffs of the guipure The sash is ef plain silk Interchangeable Scarf The possibilities of the chiffon and the mousseline scarf have never I been greater for as they appear with almost every costume madame may obtain an indefinite number of effects by the exercise ot merely ordi nary Ingenuity A single scarf may be made to do duty at once for veil and hat trim ming while driving walking or motor ing and the same scarf may appear again in the afternoon as a swathing sash or even as one of the new Henry III mantles In1 the evening the scarf may again form part of the boa tume either as a shoulder throw or as a mantilla Veil scarfs of soft silk chiffon may be procured In shades of taupe nat tier blue rose ecru khaki and green besides all the usual pastel shades and black and white Many too may be found with edges bandpainted or em broider d while others are printed In soft and lovelY Persian shades The woman With the scarf may be far more entrancing and beautiful than even the woman with the fan When Making Babys Bib It is a mistake to 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XaeM7fooN i A Modern Pou try House used that is for both winter and summer As shown on the floor plan writes J E Bridget n in Farm and Home the house hila ground surface 16x40 feet in s ze it is 10 feet high in front and fire feet at the eaves The roof re rand the two ends are covered with eightinch ship lap and this in turn covered with a good grade of roofing felt The corner boards and friez are nailed on over the felt A gutter is formed by nailing a two by six nch timber near the eaves as shown This is lined with roofing felt and given a three inch tall to one end This keeps the rear side of the house dry Usually this side Is to the n rth and the wa ter from the roof k eps the ground damp and wet at all times as it is never reached by the sun As will be seen in the front view the entire front is open and covered with poul try netting the door hung with spring hinges The nest and roost rooms are built in the center as shown on the floor plan and are nine by twelve feet square the remaining space is devot ed to scratching sheds A door in the hall separates the house into two de partments and if desired two breeds may be kept The doors to the nest and roost rooms are simply frames covered with heavy cloth also the two three by four foot windows which are shown above the nests The doors and Windows are closed during the cold months and left open through the summer During wet or stormy weather the birds are confined and the scratching room floors covered with six or efght inches of straw A few handfuls of grain are scattered in this litter and the birds will be con tented all day long A laying hen is naturally very nervous and should not be frightened or bothered if you ex pect her to do her best This house is inexpensive does not look out of place in the poultry yard and it will give the birds the care needed which they cannot receive with a house without scratching room WATER FOUNTAIN FOR CHICKS One Can Be Made Out of an Ordinary Bottle and Fastened So It Wont Spill Tack two pieces of strap or wire to a board or on the coop so a bottle will be held securely with the neck a little below top of low can Fill bot Water Fountain tie cork and place in position takeout cork and as water is drunk from the can more will run in till bottle Is empty Chicks will not upset the can or get into it GOOD FEED FOR YOUNG DUCKS How and What to Feed the Goslings Until They Reach the AgIof Six Weeks oldImess ure of cracker or bread crumbs ten parts cornmeal three parts hard boiled eggs and one part sand From then until they are 20 days old they are fed at 6 and 10 a m and 2 and 6 p m of the following Five pounds each wheat bran and buckwheat bran 12 pounds cornmeal two pounds rolled oats four pounds meatmeal three pounds oyster shells From the time they are 20 days old until six weeks old they are fed four times a day tot a mixture composed of two pounds wheat bran six you ds buckwheat bran 18 pounds cornmeal four pounds boiled beet and bone and three pounds oyster shells After this they are fed three times a day and the cornmeal Is increased the ration being made of 23 pounds cornmeal five pounds wheat bran four pounds boll ed meat and bone or cornmeal and two pounds grit As the ducks have the run of a grass plot no green food Is given them All of the elements In skim milk are digestible and rich in bone andblood making material 4 t t SCENTING THE B UEFISH Valuable Information from the Wise Skipper for a Party Out Fishing Ah said the skipper out with a party blueflshlng turning his face to wludward as he spoke and at the same time throwing the wheel over and bringing the boat up and putting her off on the other tack I smell them You smell them said a member of the party in the boat Do you mean to tell me you can smell the fish Why certainly said the skipper as he got another little pull tin the sheet or you can smell where they are which amounts to the same thing You see the skipper continued JUle bluefish is a voracious feeder very voracious he will eat about a million of the little fishes that you find around sol plentiful in the water put there apparently for the bigger fish to feed on and when he has gorged himself on about a million more or less of these little fishes the bluefish will settle down on the bottom and there disgorge them and this disgorged food oily floats up to the surface and that you can smell and it means bluefish and I can smell them now sure And so the skipper got an inch more of the sheet and peered ahead and kept her agoing with every inch drawing just ahumming and aboiling keen on the scent And did the party come up with the bluefish and catch lots of them A boatload of fish Keep hauling them in till they all got tired of fishing Well thatas a once celebrated English writer has so aptly remarked thatis anpther story scenting blue fish and catching them being two quite different things DRESS SUITi FOR A CHURCH Interesting Information Given by the Grpom to the Shrinking Bride on their honeymoonhe- allimportant she timid and shrink ing He intended that she Should miss none of the sights as they rode down Broadway New York in an open car o hot night so he called her attentloji to various points of in terest in a very loud voice and with elaborate gesticulation His ideas however were rather hazy as to location and she looked in vain at his solicitation for the Metropolitan tower clock on the Flatiron building ale though she assured him timidly that she had seen It Then the cpnductor at Fourteenth street volunteered This is Herald square where the new Pennsylvania station is to be After this startling Information given in all seriousness passengers were even more amazed to hear the bridegroom saying Just a minute now and we come to Grace street Grace street she asked Whats that Oh thats a big church where all the swells Here it Is nowas the s t Youtline of the church came in viewand would you believe It You cant get In without a dress suit It was with real regret that an interested listener had to signal for the car to stop Polishing by Hot Air The marvels of friction are infinite The use of the sand blast for polish ing metals Is quits a recent Invention and now itIs followed by that of a blast of simple hot air It is the ve powerTheIn a basket In centrifugal machine driven at a very high speed and heated air is blown from a through the basket A high Wish if thus produced very rapidly Nickel plated articles that have become tarnished are made bright In a few minutes Wet metal fresh from the bath needs no preliminary f6r the current of air dries andPoft Ishes at the same moment It is only necessary to so pack the articles that thealireaches them on all sides Youths Companion An Awkward Compliment An inspectorgeneral was relating incidents of famous national encamp ments I remember a little Japanese who ttended one of ur banquets he aid smiling and a queer compli ment that he paid to a colonels wife I sat between the two and the lady said across me Mr Takashira you compress the ladles feet in your country dont you Oh no madam that Is a Chinese ustom said the Japanese We Japanese allow our ladles feet to grow to tiheir full size Not that lAnd he bowed and hissed in the polite Japanese way Not that they could hope to rival your madam Modern Society Russia Now Has Woman Lawyer Dr Katherine Fleischer has just been admitted to the bar In Russia and will practice her profession in St Petersburg She is the first woman lawyer in the czars dominions and she passed the final examinations with high honors She met with much op position when she first announced her Intention of studying law Prejudice was strong even from influential members of her sex She persisted in her ambition against all obstacles however and came out triumphant It is her hope to fight the legal battles of women and she seeks thorn espe cially as clients Dr Fleischer is an ardent suffragette and predicts she will live to see women sitting in the duma f t t1 r 5 II II rl 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Table J I nrt i r t incoming Trams DailjI i = mArrives3 Arrives at Bardstbwn Jurictn 645 92 5 II 522II iif30iu r = OutgoingSuny only Daily 90 No 44 i Leaves Springfield 550 a m 715 a m 100 p m iijLeaves Bardstowp 637u 800u 220IIBardstown Junctn 720II 845II 410 p m r IArriyes at Louisville I 810u 935II 545 p m IiMialllI8IiII1Xolma1miIIIIIi liJlll nmaW1111JHlIiulIIJJlJlnmIIIIIIIUInIIUDJ1IJII RURAL TELEPHONES i MR FARMERMake your home as modern for your t 1 family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means ot our telephone service which you and your can get for a sum that is small com paredwIth the benefits received Call or address our nearIestt office or write direct to headquarters Nashville n f for information regarding our special FARMERS LIRE rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service j we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TElEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated THE BEST BUSINES scHool ON EARTH The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortest f time itioetrCLARKSand most system Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand Mirplaces all graduates in good positions haviag many more calls than graduatesr School Is In Session all the YearilIftdivldial Instruction aid Enrtll students imfitiyj g Get full particulars from the editor of this or Rey Granville W Lyott or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky fx I t t ITHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTO13IR 20 1909 t lTS S OSSsSSSSSiStSi SSS- H Do You Want H- tOBuyaFarrn H Wt ell sill you one any size any location any prici- Wf art ready at all times to show you Corns and sit us About 100 farms in our hands See partial list below Springfieldplents of water all under good fence Price 50 per acre No 2237 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike two dwelling houses two stock barns acres o new land plenty of grass plenty of never failing water all under good fence twopgrass goo Price 55per acre No 486k acres one mile east of Mackville 8 room dwelling good tobacco bari all outbuildings fine orchard of 500 trees all kind of fruit all under good fence plenty of water plenty of grass No 5128 acres 7 miles from Sbringfield 12 mile from pike 5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn new plenty of timber good stock barn all the farm will raise tobacco Price 45 per acre No 6120acresseyen room dwelling 12 acfe tobacco barn fine stock acres river bottom land 20 acres of uplandall under gqod fence no overflow land Price 85 per acre No 7200 acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant house 3 tobacco barts fine tobacco land at leastonehalf ot the farm new land Price 40 er acre No 812tcres 1 mile from Cpringfield on pike 5 room dwelling in good repair good barn all under good fence plenty of fruit plenty of water Price 2500 No 9150 acres 1 mile from Dike on county road 1 mile from Loretto 7 room dwelling in good repair all under good tence all in grass except acres plenty of water telephone and rural route fine barn 60 feet square plenty of tobaccojand Price 30 per acre No 1096iacies 3 miles from Springfield close to school six room dwelling in good repair tobacco barn 36x64 good stock barn under good fence plenty ot locust posts Price 3600 No 11140 acres 1J miles from Springfield on pike nearly all in grass well watered smaJI frame house good barn plenty of t tobacco land Price 4000 per acre HLAKEBOSLEY H 811 = CEDAR GROVE tflTS T JTnt spent last Friday njfcht with her daughter Mrs Evan Sfow of Tatham Springs jMiss Ollye Gray hasa nice line of Millinery goods at Polin We know she will have success for she can suit ouJ tstyles and prices Mrs Katie Burns and Mrs Zelma gibson spent several days with theixl ether Mrs Sam Hardesty of thisc lice Rev J A Sims of Willisburg 14IriRgfjelpent Sunday with W S Y Goodlett ad family of Pine Grove Rev JA Sims did not address the geople of Hardesty Sunday last on ac soot of unfavorable weather but promises to be with us again soon Mrs Mollie Williams and Miss Fannie Williams Mrs Sam Hardesty Mrs Sam Scott and children Mr Tim Mont daY11rithMr Ktt Velena Goodlett Martha Gray fKIye Gray Ida Gray Virgie Hardesty Messrs Willie Smothers and Stanley Wsrdesty were highly entertained at flber beautiful home of Miss Sarah Trent rPolin on last Tuesday night After several games of flinch and euchre we wae invited at 9 oclock to the dining JftTi where we had delightful time t Vailing candy A very pleasant time was spent by all present Mr Oscar Lanham of Fenwick was 1Atook place at Mr Will Hardestys on Kst Friday evening Miss Gollie Chesser and mother of Illinois spent a few days with Mr S T Chesser and family last week Miss Ethel Hardesty sperrtlast Thurs day night with Mias Ethel Gray Erastus Lewis and sister Anna pent last week with their grandmother aft this place HowsThis We oiferOne Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bt cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O We the undersigned have known lit lCheney for the last 15 years and be Kne him perfectly honorable in all busIroeg transactions and financially to carry out any obligations madeby his firm WAWING KINNAN MARVINI Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfacesof the system Testi tItIet jation V l I 1 J a i VALLEY HILL Wheat sowing m this section is finish and an average acreage is report ed so far Jas Moran purchased a bunch of cattle from Tatum Brown last week price unknown Corn has all been cut and the yield has proven short and qualify bad Many had expected an average crop but it is chaffy and light Selling at 55c per bushel Howard Goat1eYrWho has held a lucrative w Mex Central Railway Co stationed at Agnes Ca lientes Mex has returned to his home at this place on account of illness H T Virgin and Ed Goatley have formed a partnership and are running a country butchery Your correspondent was at Maud Fri day on business Work has been begun on the large bridge at the foot of Tucker hill This bridge has been condemned for a long time and was in a dangerous condition Mr and Mrs CP Goatley Palmer andIguests of Mrs W F Moran at Elm Hill Sunday Jas Moran Jri was the guest of G Sundayi for fromIsmall stream beneath the Tucker bridge at this place Thursday evening sustaining serious injuries His hip was broken and internal injuries are feared N P Thonipson and Miss Frances Litsey of Pleasant Grove were in our midst Sunday Lucien Pinkston and wife visited relatives at LltseySaturday and Sunday S P Derringer having purchased property in Springfield will remove from this place Jan 1st We regret to lose such an estimable family How ever he and his amiable wife will be a benefit to Springfields citizenry George Moul purchased a pair of two yearold mules from W T Beam Mon day for 263 IWhooping cough is raging in this sec tion It is worse among the negroes However no serious results are anticipated Chapped Skin IChapped skin whether on the hands byImpplesburnsi Try Kentucky Star Fiour So good Kentucky Star Flour Best made t SYAMORIVALLlW Born to the wife of Tom Bowles a boy Rev and Mrs W E Sutherland are spending a few days with their parents The sale of Mrs Adams Thursday ternoon was well attended Mrs David Hines and little daughter are visiting Mrs Hines parents Mr and Mrs J M Shields While here the little daughter was taken quite ill with whooping cough and Mr Hines was called to the bedside of the baby T W and J D Sutherland attended Sunday school and church at Wilhsburg Sunday Steve Scott visited his parents at Polin Sunday Mr and MrsB t Prather spent from Friday till Monday with the lat ter s mother Mrs Morgan at Black KyMesdames J D Sutherland and Tom Bailey spent Tuesday and Wednesday with the latters parents at Tex sIBallard Settles spent Saturday night with Tommie Settles Rev and Mrs W E1 Sutherland spent Sunday with J S Inman and family J W Gains of Taylorsville was in our vicinity Sunday Rev and Mrs W E Sutherland spent Tuesday with J W Sutherland and family of Willisburg Farmers are very busy sowing small grain and making sorghum More Than Enough is Too Much To maintain health a mature manor woman needs just enough food to repair the waste and supply energy and body heat The habitual consumption of more food than is necessary for these purposes is the pnmecause of stomach troubles rheumatism and disorders of the kidneys If troubled with indige tion revise your met let reason and not appetite control and take a few doses of Chamberlains Stomaqh and Liver Tablets and you will soon be all right again For sale by The Leo Hay don Drug Co CARDWELL Mrs Lavina Darling of virginia IlL is visiting relatives at this place for two weeks Mr E G Holiday left the 8th forI Bloomington III to be with his Mrs Elmer Quin He will go to see his brother J I Holiday while there Alter spending ten days in Illinois he will visit his sister Mrs S 0 Milton in Oklahoma He will be gone four weeks W L Graham and T H Pinkston spent several days last week in Lexing spent1Satfort theguests of Andrew Ferrill R A Wilham of Salvisa was at this place last week and bought of different parties a carload of cattle paying from 3Jc to 4Jc J A Kyler bought of Mr Perry Baker of Mackville 13 head of steers that will weigh about 1400pounds at 5c per pound andwill receive them the 20th to 1st of November Mis Iya Corn isr spendinga week with her brotherT W Corn of place thISI Mr Robert Burtmg of is visiting his brother C F B rting near here W L Graham sold to R A Wilham of Salvisa his black stallion for 250 He bought of Wilham one6yearold mare for 160 Graham Perkins bought f Geo Johnson one nice 2yearoldlcoltfor 127 1W L Graham sold to Will Hayes a bunch of yearling steers for 3Jc per pound Your correspondent has been in several different counties lately arid we find that the turkey crop is short this year but the quality seems much better than it was last year No diseases among them Jas yet reported Prices certainly will 90 good this time Rev A C Pinkston closed a two weeks meeting at Mt freedom church Sunday with one addition to the church butt much good is felt in the communi ty Rev Pinkston is a very able minis er Well Known Hotel Keeper Uses and Recom mends Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarhoea Remedy I take pleasure in saying that have kept Chamberlains C lic Cholera and Diarrhoea 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 great many traveling men who were suffering from troubles tor which it is recommended and have never failed to relieye them says J C Jienkiris of Glasgow Ky This remedy is frsale- by The Leo Haydon Drug Go 1 CXXXXXXXXXOOCOOCCCOOOOOOCO I FARMERS I I BANK IX Incorporated S 3 Mackvillf Ky CAPITAL 1500000 SURPLUS PROFIT 300000 We offer you fair treatment with every accommodation that is con 0 bankmgThtBank depends largely on itspirec tors who must be men of abilitv I as well as integrity as they are the men who direct its affairs IWe present a strong boardastrong institution and are anx- IIOUS to serve you 0 J B PETER President BIRCH VPreident J M SMITH Cashier DIRECTORS J B Peter Elvis Birch J T Sweeney Dan Mcllvey rangMatherljOOOOOOOOOCKXXXOOOOOO6OOOOCK3 family Reunion Mr F M Carney was given a sur pris celebration Oct 13 1909 it being his sixtieth bIrthday All ot his chil drtmand grandchildren except one Wil lie Chesser of Louisville his two broth ers and one sister were present Those present were L B Carney and family Lp Carney and family J T Carney and wife 1 J Carney and daughter Ella Mr and Mrs Jas Hardesty Tas Chesser Geo Moul and Mrs J E Stevenson We wish for him many more happy birthdays X To Eradicate WheatField Onions The Blish Milling Co SeymoUr Ind are giving publicity to the following method of destroying the wild onion which infests heat fields The heat raiser knows no plant more tenacious of life and harder to kill than the wild onon but as there is also no plant which becomes a greater pest and produces more loss thanthe wild onion any method that will eradicate it should be taken up prpmptly no mat- t r how difficult the work connected with this work may prove to be To destroy the wild onion the United States Agricultural Department advises to harrow with a disk in the tall when the onions are a foot or more high and follow with a deep plowing The form of deep plowing most effective is the one WhiChis trench plowing where two ed in breaking the head one cutting about three inches deep while the second ones about a depth of ten inches The shallow rut ning plow on the next round will turn about three inches of sod which practically carries all the wild onions into the deeper furrow left by the deeper run ning plow and will thus completely bury the plants so that they will not show up form of plowing should be done in the fall but in order to make a sure doubly sure break again shallow early in the spring and plant to a cultivated crop and if careful cultivation is then given the method thus followed is said to be an absolute death to the wild onion plant in that particular field It Iia UW T III U- nkIQs + ibi + 1 0a 0 l f1IU fIJ + TUO hi I Z n i AUTOMATIC LAW EJFRCER An Ingenious Apparatus for the Mo- torIst Who Desires Safety- VlceConsulH M Byington at Bris tol reports as follows concerning new British apparatus which controls the speed of motor cars According to the published description of a practical trial the device automatically removes the clutch when the speed of the car slightly exceeds the arranged limit and when necessary the brake is also automatic ally applied until the rate is reduced just below the limit The brake is then quickly but gently removed and the clutch again put in A semaphore is automatically raised to warn the driver when he is approaching the maximum The mechanism which fits in a compact aluminum box and works in oil takes very little space Uis put in action or our of gear in an Instant and there is no need to stop or slow down the car while this is being done The apparatus can be locked up so that the driver of a car cannot exceed the speed desired by the owner Every effort was made on the trial to get the car to exceed the lImit which was set for 16 miles an hour On coming to a fairly steep hill the engine was allowed full power and the car instantly started to gain speed But as soon as the limit was reached the brakes were applied strenuously as if by magic though no sudden jar was experienced and the engine merely raced without the slightest effect on the car the speed being maintained at the 16mile rate throughout GOLDEN KEY TO CHILDS MIND It Is Sometimes Hard to Find but In This Particular Case It Was Music A ChIcagc school and bome visitor tells this Mary was the ter ror of hr tjsachers and her compan ions It was fight fight from morning until night She threw erasers and books at her teachers and at the other children she broke every rule and was a problem When I visited her home I found Mary was the little drudge doing all the work and caring for the sick mother We found work for the boys out pf work sent the lit tIe ones to kindergarten and moved the family Into a new locality Marys now teachers were willing to help Wake a new girl of her One morning when I visited her school Mary came to me and whispered MissB I want to tell you something all by yourself where no one can hear us It is something you must not tell anyone ltook Mary off by herself and she look dat me with an expression I shall not soon forget and said Miss B I love music Here was the gold en key which would unlock Marys stubborn little heart 1 took her to a music teacher who promised to train her voice as soon ai Mary is old enough and in the meantime a happy lijttle girl trudges to a piano teacher once a week and has been told how to care for her body and her voice so that she may some day become a real ly fine singer Byrons Bride of Abydos- It Is just iou years ago that Lord Byron arrived in Greece where he wrote that b auiif u poem The Bride of Abydos and that exquisite song the Maid of Athe swhlchsays a Paris contemporary every English man of culture knows by heart Documents enable us to establish the true identity of the heroine of this last poem She was one of the three daughters of Mr Black English viceconsul at Athens at whose house Byron for some time lived After the departure o2 the poet Theresa Black married an archaeologist M Pittakis whose widow she became several years later Her beauty her charm her elegance conquered every heart including Byrons In 1873 the heroine of the poem was an old woman of upright figure and still showing feigns of her former beauty With age had come poverty The Times moved by her distress opened at this epoch ji subscription in her favor She died in 1875 LOne for Wilhelm The teacher was giving a geography lesson and the class having traveled from London to Labrador and from Thessaly to Tlmbuctoo was thoroughly worn out And now said the teacher we come to Germany that important country governed by the kaiser Tom my Jones what Is a kaiser Please m yawned Tommy Jones a stream of hot water springm up an disturbln the earth1 Argonaut Too Many Knaves Why do you propose to call your self a king J A royalfushoverspread the brow of the prince of Montenegro I have here he replied the cards iof the heads of reigning families He shuffled the cards nervously Observe for yourself that there are too many knaves in the pack he added Philadelphia Public Ledger Society StellHave they become exclus- Ive Bella Yes they are among the also absent N Y Sun Uncle EzraSays J Whats the use in teachlv andl dorg new tricks akyway aint the pi ones bad enoughBdston Herald r 4 THE WORLDS 6REATESTSEW1XI MMNME LIGHT RUNNING If 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