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The thlng that oe the farthest towards making life worth while 44 r hat cots the last anddoes the most is just pleasant smile I ii Im t pring T 1 T b y Utt i- YAit t t Jf i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTOPJ COUNTY Ij i fe VOLUME y SM1NIFIELD KYM WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27J 1909 IUEI4Tc 4- UIGH S PRICES iRealized For Tobacco On The Loose Leaf Markets This Morning The Farmers Loose Leaf Tobacco W WashingtonpCounty Tobacco Warehouse Co held their first sales of leaf tobacco this were a number of buyers at each warehouse and bidding was spirit goodIgra The Farmers Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co sold 22500 pounds at from 9 to 17J cents with a total aver age of 13 cents all around while the Washington County Tobacco Warehouse Co sold 20000 pounds at from 9 to 18 cents with a total average of 13 cent aroundSales be held at each of the warehouses every day in the week except Monday during the tobacco sea son and tobacco has been booKed for these warehouses from all the adjoin ing counties t ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED tt l Two of Springfields Most Popu J iaYoung People To Wed ijJ fr IIn November 7l i y Mr and Mrs G L Haydon have announced the engagement of their daughter Mary Elizabeth to Mr Frank C Peters The wedding will take place at the home of the bride parents Novem ben 10 Miss Haydon is one of Spring fields most attractive and popular young ladies and is a social favorite Mr Peters is a young farmer and- stock trader of this place andls one of Springfield s prosperous young men iHigh School Notes We think a few notes of the happer ings of each week will be appropnate and interesting to those interested in school work and especially with the pupils Therefore we will try each week to tell all or as near all we know whether it be important unimpor ritint v Again the High School boys we victorious in another game of football k played here last Saturday The weather being very disagreeable only a few gathered to witness it but all thatwer- t e present report an interesting game While the Harrodsburg boys will outr weigh the H S team they were f rce over the goof twice and only allowed to r reach their goal but once High shooo- a kicked goal once thus making a scor of 11 to 5 in favor of High School tThe Debating Society met last Friday afternoon for the first time this year The subject discussed was Whether r or not Man is Master ot his om Des 4 tirirAfter some brilliant speeches on both sides were heard the decision was caSt m favor of the affirmative The i entire SocietY was grieved because Nap lost his debate and Shag r coujtnt be present Everything is going off nicely this week except Sarah missedher Lati Monday on account of not being there t the day before to find out whatthe lesson was Ricketts is having a very hariJ time with Caesar because his desk is l such a position that he has to turn com pletely around to see the girls and Con Alrisege bra because he cant see why a x r doesnt equal c X The Bar Sinister A treat for local theatregoers is announced at the Springfield Opera House for one night Saturday Oct 30 when E C Darnolds big scenic production The Bar Sinister will bete attrae tiort This great play is one off the seasons biggest dramatic successes In seeing this production u will see one of the prettiest love stories ever written as well as a big scenic production The company is headed by Mr Blaine A uar old and oth rs in the cat are Mr M W Bennett Robert C McIn tyre Ed F Shaw Mins Dor thY Mel ville Bessie Henderson and MsS Hilda Venora The Bar Sinister is a love story and is on the tines of tlhe The Wolf FARMSALES Several Fine Farms Change Hands At Fancy Prices iTe Past Week Hon T Scott Mayes sold his arm tf 77 acres on the Lebanon pike la tweet to Qol E L Davison The considera tion was wkGrundy yenue Mr JL F Smith sold his farm of 216 riWheatley for 510000 M B andW F Mann purchased the farm of Turner Derringer at Valley Hill containing 140 acres for 9000i Mr Derringer purchased this farm from Wharton Tapp and re lized ai neat profit purrhasedthethe Thompson farm Icontaini 142 acresat 6750 Possession given immediately Bfl Young sold his fainof 204 DeringerMonday 40 acres near Booker to Ed Simms forl 1250 Live Stock Markets Reported by Bourbon Stock Journal Bour bon Stockyarda j1Louisville Oct 26 r 291 for the two days 3397 the attend ance of buyers was light and limited to arkstt was very quiet throughout day- choice butchers and highgrade feeders about steady medium and co mon kinds dull bulls steady canneis end cutters were well cleared twoddays cows unchanged n heayy shipping cattle here feeling marketeruled dull lower best 6J7cJ med ium 4j5cJ common 24c HogsReceipts 1257 for die tw days 7984 the market ruled 10315c higher selected 165 Ibs and up settle at 760770 130 to 165 Ibs 130 740 pigs 650715 roughs l9 60 down closed steady with pens wet cleared Sheeand LambsReceipts 56 head for the two days 371 the market ruled quiet best fat sheep 33c best lambs 5J6c good butcher lambs 5Q 34c t d 5ic1culls GRAINnNo 2 red and lonKberry ji123 No 8 red and lOQgberrvH 118 Rejected GBN 3elessonleveelyaless whlte 65 ANo2 mixed M- lOATSLNew No 2 white No 43 2 mixed 42 MMvm Rye 82 dbea1 err c r are sell ing prices r J lf fellowmenWill GOOD CITIZEN Mr Thos W Reed Died at His Home at Willisburg Tues day Morning Mr Thos W Reedone of Washing ton countys most prominent ctizens di dat his home at Willisburg Tuesday leffectsofmonths ago Mr Reed was in his sev entyfifth year having been born near Springfield in 1834 and had been a resident of Washington county during his entire life The deceased wad a prosperous far mer and was respected by all who knew him for his kindness and good deeds shown those who were in need The funeral services were conducted at the Pleasant Grova church this morn ing by Rev MilesSaunders and the remains were interred in the Pl asset Grove cemetery The deceased is survived by two brothers Henry and Montgomery Reed one sister Mrs Maranda Goaletwo daughters Mrs W W Hyatt of Wil lisburg and Mrs John Searcy of Vera Cruz New Mexico and one son Lieut Pfilippinehim to the grave several years ago Election i Pursuant to an order of the District Board of the Burley Tobacco Society no election having been held ir this county persons hayipg tobacco pooled of the 1909 crop are hereby notified to meet at the regular voting place inieach precinct on Tuesday Nov 2 at 2 oclock for the purpose of electing la precinct chairman of the Washington County Board of Control The Board elected at thattime are also notified to meet at Springfield on the following Saturday Nov 6 at one oclock WiA CLEMENTS Circuit Courtr Circuit Court convened Monday nlY6usiness gelThurman was so hoarse that he gave a lengthy charge meiely dldfot the attention of the jury to o s crimes Mr H M ONan was jlmade foreman of the grand j ryI Game4J JThe football team of the Springfield High School defeated the eleven frcm the Harrodsburg High School on the grounds of the former last Saturday by a score of 11 to 5 The visitors had the 5opoints to 0 for Springfield The home boys got busy in the second half hQw andIlinot0resting for the spectators On ac 8411gcrowd was attendance Halloween PartyI A Fishing Party will be givenat the home of Mrs B L Litsey next Friday eyening Oct 29 1909 by the McGovern Society Childrens Mission Band Everybody cordially invited to meet with us From 4 to 10 The Best Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Liniment and bound on to the affected parts is superior to any plaster When troubled with lame back or pains in the side or chest give ita trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords This liniment also relieves rheumatic pains and is certain to please anyone suffering from that dis DrugCO of worth manlykibdnewi blent i Its worth and doesnt costa cent r t t SCHOOL yrlBy0 happy little on your way to school again rtArmed with reader and arithmetic with blotter and with pen hearts are light your minds are bright your lots from worry free Save trom a task as difficult as spelling CAT Youll Jearn among som other things that two and two are four That twelve is called a dozen and that twenty is a score fHow many pounds are In a ton and pennies in a dime How many hours in a day how many years in time Your copy hooks will say Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow Youll arn how very wrong it is to sav I got no Youlllearn how greatColumbus was who found this pleasant land Though why the earth is round perhaps you may not understand You ii learn your country father was the brave and truthful George he got cold feet one winter when he camped at Valley Forge Youll learn about the battles though you may torget the dates That rice and cotton are the exports of the Southern States If you would be good children and obedient and nice Youd better do the things I say and take my good advice Dont go with vulgar fractions they are naughty and lowdown And if you would be proper dont go with a noun And try to be impersonal but do not be an It And dont allow to ever do the split Be lovely to your teacher she knows what she is at l Remember she gets sixty bones a month for doing that fti0 laughing little children on your way to school all1I vtWhen all you girls are women and all you boys are men 1 Will your lessons be a pleasure or will you sit and pout And anxiously be waiting for your life school to be out Will the Teacher give you honorable mention when you 40 To your last and vacation May God grant that It be so And make you noble true and loving men Dear laughing little children on your way to school again ELECTIONRETURNS Next Tuesday electipn returns from this district will be received from each precinct as the polls close and the votes are count ed1The committee on returns have made arrangements to receive the returns from each precinct by telephone and when receivedvill be thrown on a board in the court square bva Magic Lantern All those who desire to receive the returns may do so by reading them from the board as thev come in This is free to every one and willafford vou a chance to get the correct returns GOODROADS Proposed Amendment To Be Placed On Ballot The voters of the State should bear in mind that they will be asked at the November election to vote for or against a proposed amendment to the State constitution which if adoptee wIllenable the legislature to pass law books looking to abettenhent of the public roads of the State As the public road question is one of no little im portance throughout the State and es- PeciallY in the mountains and other outlying localities and as the existing laws are inadequate fora proper management of the roads citizen should to the questionot the pro posed constitutional amendment due consideration The proposed change is as follows The credit of the Commonwealth may be given pledged or loaned to any county of the Commonwealth for road purposes and any countymay be permitted to incur any indebtedness in any amount fixed by the county not in excess of five per centum of the value of the taxable property therein for pub tic road purposes in said county pro vided said additional indebtedness isI submitted to the voters of the count for their ratification or rejection at a special election held for said purpose in such manner as may be provided bylaw and when any such indebtedness is incurred by any county said county may levy in addition to the tax rate allowed under section 157 of the Consti tution of Kentucky an amount not exceeding twenty cents on the one hundred dollars of the assessed valuation of said county for the purpose of pay ing the interest on said indebtedness and providing a sinking fund for the paymentKentucky indebtedness Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it il Q r its full and goodness too with amillion dollars it army Your aint Though common infinitives long women and election every give r Marion County Oi Falcon and Enterprise Quite a number of buyers from sur rounding counties osf fine stock at the stock farm of Col John B Wathen Wednesday The sale totalled over 5006 Mr J R Clay brooke was the largest individual pur chaser buying 162 worth of stock Monte Fox Co received in this city during the past weep 178 head of cattle which were bought from various par ties throughout the jiounty The price paid was from 4J cents to 5J cents al though cents was paid for one bunch of tour cattle bought from Geo L Gra ham The average weightot the four bought from Mr Graham was 1475 Ibs rMiss Esther Foster 16 years of age whose home was in becatur while on a Visit to the family of her uncle Mr Elmer Perkins of Pleasant Run died lajst Friday of complicated stomac trouble The funeral services and in terment were conducted by Rev Rob ert Purdom at Bethlehem Saturday 4R E Young sold to Yank ey Co of Washington county 21 had of cat tie the average weight of which was 1410 IbsThe price paid was 51 cents The same cattle were sold on the Louis ville market Monday and brought 6J cents The Courier Jpurnal Tuesday in mentioningjthe sale referred to the cat tle as a load of fancy cattle The will ot the late Hugh B Phillips was probated at Owensboro Monday Mr John McChord of this city a soninlaw qualitted sis execu tor The estate whichis valued at over a Hundred Thousand Dollars is left his o eight living daughters and the chit dren of Mrs Minnie Hale deceased His widow was left 30000 In life in surance under the provisions of an ante nuptial contract- TryKentucky Star Flour its madi liken ather used to make It 9 GANE r NOTES Digest of Kentucky Law Tells When Wild Things May- Be 1 Shot It is the season once more when the fanof many Americans turns tobimi gLest anyone should forget it the United States Department of Agricul ture is sending out its annual bulletin on game laws This bulletin summarizes the legislation of the various States find is not lacking in valuable information for those who delight in ranging field and forest in search of something to shoot In the summary of open seasons the public is informed that deer may be hunted in Kentucky from September 1 toi March 1 As most ytis46return the hunter will find it advisable to supply himself with a spyglass and search warrant The wild turkey maybe sought for from September 1 to Feb ruary 1 but m most localities he will be sought in vain The rabbit the squirrel and the quail may be hunted from November 15 to September 15 tthe squirrel from November 15 to Feb ruary land from June 15 to September e 15 and the quail from November 15 to January 1 The rabbit being a swift runner and an artful dodger and a strong believer in the multiplication of his kind has survived the onslaughts of dogs and guns and traps and deadfalls to a surprising extent The same may be said for the quail The squirrelis elusive and not actively in evidence m many parts of the State Wildvduck and geeSe may be hunted from August 15 to April 1 Ducks once had a food ness for kentucky fivers and ponds but in latter years they seek haunts more secluded and more safe The dove is Available for slaughter froze August 1 to February 1 The woodcock is shootable all the way from June 20 to February 1 The Kentucky las doest limit the amount of gajhe the hunter may kill Such a provision is included t in the game laws of some States but in Kentucky the available supply limits him sufficiently Use Kentucky Star Flour to bake your Cakes and make Biscuits It light pure white and healthful PLEASANT RUN Mrs W W Myers whohas been very sick is thought to besome bet ter at this writing Mr J W Dawson spent the first ot the week with his nephew Mr Leonard Baker of Springfield Our teacher at this placelsgettingI along nicely She has one class that iaveragedhas follows Jerome Wilson 100 Ivy Litsey 99 Margaret Lynch 95 Ray Lynch 90 Imogene Daw son 85 Ruth Adams 75 this class beginning the 4th month in percentage and finished interest Friday Oct 22 Mr Ed Clark of Perry yille attended the funeral of Mr Fletcher Clark Sim day The box supper at Cartwright Satur day night was well attended Miss Rose and Merta Lynch are yens sick at this writing Mr Fletcher Clark died at the home of his son SpencerClark Saturday Oct 23 after a short illness He leaves one daughter and two sons to mourn his death Mr Clark WMVborn 13 1830 was married MiSfrCaf Warner Jan 1859 Six children bleeae their union There of the children passed to their home several years age Mrs Clark preceded her husband oily two years to the grave Mr Clark was a godly man and to know him was is love him The heartstricken children have the sjmpthyof the entire cOfft munity in their sad bereavement Weep not children your loss is father aktami f sr y I t L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27 1909 I JTAXES MOST BE PAID bY PEC 1st Ti After December First penalty goes on Pay now Save Money 1 r This is my last year to collect Tax s and being duty bound to make all collections by December 1st I ask that everybody call and settle without further notice and avoid trouble 1 Sydney Osborne Sheriff Washington County PUBLI SALS WEDNESDAY NOV 309 sold my farm I will on the above date on the p mise- sabouti2mil s from Springfield on Kelly Lane Road sell at pub Icauctioo to the highest and best bidder the following j 12yearold Mare in foal to Jack X 5yearold Harness Mare in foal to Jack J 3yearold Gelding work and Harness Horsed a rr X 2yearold Horse broke to ride and drive 9 yearling Colt by Red Bird i 2 Weanling Colts 3 Yearling Mules i 22yeairold Work Mules well w broke Sale Promptly TERMSAllsums of 10 arid under Cash over io credit efsix will be given Bankable notes bearing intc rest at tie rate df six per cent will be required L E ROSSSo M CAMPBELL Auctioneer FARM STOCK Items of Interestto farmers and Live Stock and Poultry I tit carbolic acid in the whitewash liberally and then hunt for the lice bu t are not Never close a can containing warm t mStk unless covered with a piece of dfoth to keep out the dust and dirt No successful poultry plant was ever tBvrit up without careiul everlasting attention from someone Dollar wheat and 70c corn make it till harder to understand why boys have the farm Winter dairying pays Better fcr butter More time to care sows Breed and buy with that en sew In the choice of breeds remember the Met breed of fowls for your neighbor say be poorly adapted to meet your wants Give ducks intended for breeding plenty of elbow room Better separate Ibdtti from the ones intended for mar JktI Whether a hen is lousy or not she enjoys a good ojust bath See that the fcenVhavea good place to dust the year around So you see if we would lrteeP up size m our flocks we should not use under sized hens or immature pullets for Breeding purposes Those anticipated results with de natured alcohol are as shy as if they lad been sidetracked by Edp e trust ly mg in wait tfewer than 8000 people own all the J n4 in GreatBritian The farmers of any one of our States alone reauce that iHwmg to Squad v As far as the prosperity of the West JB jrWall street is a local is theIcountrys prosperity in general Cornstalks contain a large overbal ance ot starchy materials and shoul aoi be used in balancing a cow ration f corn v i 3vearold Mare Mule I Yearlinr Heifer 2 Weanling Heifer Calve 2 Weanling Steer Calves 4 sixtypound shoats i 1 2 horSe wagon good as new I New Rubber Tire Bug i Cultivator A Lot of Farming Imp ements too numerous to men ion Begins atIOO Oclock months AND Raisers priceBI concerned f IMalte a studyof your herd at cows Test them sell the poor ones buy or raise more good ones Make the cows keep you insteadof you ke ping the cows Remember that dusty roadnow will ba1elandityaystor a shower will spoil the dust crop for weeks jGive hens that are penned a few ripe every day to peck at t sinuses them keeps them healthy gives exec tics and keeps them from retting so hungryCant expect pure bred owls that givereIand conditions are st re to feel JiPlymouth lets from layers as u 1 Nervous r BreakDownNerve the force that controls the or gans of respiration cir culation andrelimination you nervous1When feel weak irri table sick it is often because you lack nerve energy and the process of rebuilding and sustaining life is interfered with Dr Miles Hervine has cured thousands ofi such cases and will we believe benefit if not entirely cure you Try it My nervous system gave away completely and left me on the verge of the grave I tried skilled physl clans but got no permanent relief I got so bad I had to give UP my business I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine In a few days d was much better and I continued to imptove until entirely curtd 1 am In business again never miss an opportunity to recommend thIs remedy W L BURKE Myrtle Creek Oregon Nervdprice of first bottle only 1lt falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhirt Ind le the Leghorns nor as large as the Rocks so what is gained Milk lever is a common oc arrant We advise our readers to get a milk fever outfit The cost is light and the llives of many of our cows may be save byitsuse If the railroads will raise enough cars to move the crops the farmers will have no difficulty in furnishing thenec essary sash from their own wallets Some warm log houses built betoie cold weather comes on will mean a saving of feed and hog flesh another way of saving less expense and more money m your purseV Only a rooster but he is half the flock be sture he is a good one It would be a fine thing if farmers could be induced to think more about the quality oif the roosters they use tA little chick crying with the cold on a frosty morning is a pitiable looking object It is cruel and unprofitable to let out late hatches before the sun has dispelled the frost It is evident that we affe not now raising and feeding cattle enough to meet the increasing wants of consum ers nor are we feeding enough stock to maintain the fertility of the soil Crowd the fattening pigs along now If you hold them until cold weather it will then take so much more ieed to keep them going that its a question whether or not they will pay even for what they eat Do you Value a cow according to the amount of milk she produces or do you test the milkof each individual in the herd and base her worth on that The latter is the only safe and sure course In mating fowls better results will follow if we remember the male has the greatest influence over the offspring in color and finish The female influences size more than the male In some parts of the country during the past summer harvest hands got 3 a day The man with the hoe in these times carries a comfortable roll and soon earns enough money to pay for a slice of Government land Dont measure your neighbor by his property value He may have spent his life digging without looking up long enouge to learn anything about the wonderful sunshine that changed his work into dollars Some of our multimillionaires are in the habit of bragging about the ears of honest toil by which their first sav ings were earned Probably most in mates of our jails could point with pride to both industry and nnocence in early life In studying humanity we find some friends and a good many enemies We call the one good and the other wicked because the friends fit into our own half bushel and we hayeno scale or measure by which to estimate our enemys good qualities Nows the time to break the chickens from roosting out among the sheds and trees You are liable to neglect this till freezing weather strikes them un awares then with frozen combs and frostbitten feet the fowls will lay very little if a yt111 next spring The farmer who cuts down all the shade trees in his pasture tp prevent his coWs wasting time lying in the shade is lowering the milk mark in his pail and inviting the attacks of gadflys and sunstroke If there is no shade plant itj A neighboring dairyman says When at cow gets sick l apply some of the simple remedies that I think will benefit her and then leave her alone for a time If she is real sick Isend for a competent veterinarian Pretty good advice A member of the Country Life Com mission says the worst agricultural conditions ofthis country are in the South because the farmers have robbed the soil of its humus by growing cotton and tobacco exclusively for more than a hundred years J fllr1 i t L j One advantage the small farmer has is that he can see things himself with detpending upon hired men to look after the details of his business Besides the small farm makes life easier tor the is womenIgreat depth and whenspringcomes and the frost goes out of the soil it be so loose that air can penetrate WJllI great depth and chemical action be btt ter IThe two parts of the harness upon safety and often life depends are the hamestring and holdback straps on the shafts and in nine cases lout of ten these are overlooked an ale lowed to get worn until disaster follows IThequestion ot how to keep the boys been worn threadbare There are plenty of bright boys yetwho have never thought seriously of leaving the farm who dont want to leave it land are growing up to be better tar mere than their lathers before them isIhealthy cows When a is known t to be sound every precaution should be taken before adding new animals Have the latter tested for tuberculosis Have your herd examined at least twice a year by a skillful veter narian Now that the motor vehicles and ma chinery are manufactured in in quantities it is asked increase horse go With au om plows and auto grindstones the boys will stick to the farm if they aspire to be coupon cutters on agreeable terms IGetting a better sirefO head the flock of sheep is simply er of economy The cost may seem ex rbitant but the superior type of larr bs thus secured next spring will causi you to consider the highbred sire a safe and profitable investment after all the hen have grown their new IAfter it will Jtake then many weeks Ito recuperate their weakened energies so they may again produce eggs if they are left to shift jfor themselves and pick up their meals as they can Feed well if you are going to winter the hens over and expect them to pay a profit The farmer hisimeans and incur no debts if it is possi- blej to avoid tem but he can have a good living from the farm if he will determine to buy no article the t he can produce himself The home market the one owned by the farmer is to be tand farm that does provideVtIan abundance has not been properly utilized The profit is mostly in making the farm richer and more valuabe Levery year IThe young heifer ought to bejs well cared for as the cow because her futureusefulness depends on her condition prior to her firat preg nancy She does not feed either for milk production or for fat but ought to be kept in strong growing condition by food that makes bone and muscular tissue and gives vigorof constitution The heifer Should have amore active life than the cow kept for milk but re quires just as much care in feeding and just as sufficient shelter from inclem ent weather Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hallt Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo We the undersigned have Known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able byhisWALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testi monials sent free 75c per bot tle b all Dru c9nstilpatlon THE SUN and TIMES S55OThe Sun and CourierJournal JI16t1- L I rtttrt I Ie tItThe SOUTHERN AGRICULTURISTs r premiumsItatoo club raisers than any southern paper +This year we are giving away a lot of new and valuable ores + t+ ents some things you never saw c before +Anybody can get up a club for +the SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST be tit cause it is the best paper published tit for southern farmers and the price ris very reasonable 4i Write for tree sample copy con 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t fit i i i PIE f4IJ4Iti C t 1 I IL fpr fi f k wI jP t V f l t Ill i 4 f J 1 The STRAIGHT fr i j t Ji j l IOrJ J tit I 1 + DEMOCRATICii + 1 1 IId tit iii W W iiIICKETIf- riia WI 1 rTWsJr r + r I ti- i I irs i Election Next i Ii Ir rT i7scThJq Nov2ifr l rTw POLLS OPEN ATi1 1 I r t ti I 6 a miI at I fit + + POLLS CLOSE AT i to + 4 P mfitj I jtMJiF i r f jftt Jij I j t t ySi t i + I t j S1J ftRUN TO FULINESSDO- MINVTING FEATURE OR FALL SLEEVES AND SKIRTS Long Princess Lines Are to Continue Popular Consolation for Ypmen to WhVm The X Are Not Es pecially Adapted In the newest fall models one notices immediately that the sleeves and skirts seem to have more fullness Tne skirt yoke also seems an impor tent feature together with the long princess lines Some of these styles are bizarre and trying a stout woman in one of these onepiece close fitting frocks makes herself ugly in the extreme and she styleThe comeback to the consolation of those wom en who cannot wear these princess lines and many waists and separate skirts are seen The new skirts present so many arrangements of lull ness that almost every figure may be suited For those women who do not look good in the long close fitting gown attractive models are shown with drapery on both bodice and skirt relie ing these long lines For the slender woman the s flandtractive If well made and cleverly adapted to the individual figure An inch or two in the depth or height of a cuirass or yoke may make all the difference between a becoming frock and one thats unbecoming and such points should be carefully con sidered A contrast of material in such models is out of the question for some figures while very satisfactory for others The model gown shown here toda is made up of plum colored clot with trimmings of buttons The skirt showy one of the new styles and the bodice with its Irish collar is also a new touch this fall The hats are practical models with trimmings of large quills which maybe sein each season with perhaps a little difference in shape The neckwear is made up of sheer lawn and lace with here and there a touch of band embroidery The Dutch collars of lace wilf be as poplar u this winter as the t have been during the summer an4many girls will Wear the neck ow no chem isette Comfort Protectors Take a piece of cheesecloth four inches longer than a d is wide split it exactly in the enter hem stitch both pieces making the hem two inches wide on all but thusel vage edges and you have two pretty comfort protectors costing about cents ix each A monogram or a pretty linonLlace edge adds to the dainty effect Baste the selvage edge along the under side of the top of the comfort draw it smoothly down over the right side and tack at the corners at lower edge of the hem It is east removed and laundered and saves ti comfort much wear and washin These are quickly made and will S- a church fair for several times cost of the material A brideto would like them or you might make some for the housewifes Christmas box Womans Home Companion The Jersey Dress The Jersey dress has been met with but it has not been carefully Introduced Its credentials have not come with it and it1a misunderstood It hardly to be regarded as a coma fashionrlt is here Whether or n it will be found a favorite and enco u aged for any length of time its Pla is within the present fashion era and itstfmeis now It is not p forth as a dressy garment but as a fairly lowpriced and convenient 0 for the lover of the cuirass or fitted princess and for the buyer of things new Its happiest expression Is a beaded glittering surface and a well tied ash i flXC XN6Er I1icfrisySayings At Large r Hog cholera costs farmers ofiJbe United States 4bOo6HD annuallyl I The South pole micht s well roe in and surrender Midway Clipper IAs the old cocks crow the young err earn Same way with the boys- Man Look tot goodness look fox gladatt You will find them all the while if you bring a smiling visage 0 To the glass you meet a smile Gossip has a thousand tongsegate they all work overtime Bourbon Stock Journal i Few realize how many of the stat= mints they hear have undo jonesu cal operations Ex A Virginia fruit grower has just soli to a Northern firm his immense rop4al 5000 barpelsot apples t3 Iii pJr barrel or 18750 yThe folks who are always prachViitg Nothing in my hand I bring are al ways ready to call the church afaiJuIIe Stock Journal Just do a thing and dont talk abiMtt it Talk means discussion discusskp means irritation irritation means oPPe sition and opposition mean hmdranceaS ways whetherYou are right or wraosg A easiflIstand for dealers in which the cards sure displayed at the end of the spokes of a small Ferris wheelj By revolving it s customer may see all of themwithpofc handling i rAccording to a New York preacher old ag6 begins at fortyfive years Per vflyit difficult to keep awake under the it uence of his sermons Louisville Post Heres to the woman who has a sail rfor every joy a tear for evepy sorrat a consolation for every grief an execs for every fault a prayer for every fortune and encouragement for every r hope Are you that kind of a wotnarf kinkshAre you near all sorts of brinks Laugh it off If its happiness youre after Drown your troubles al in laughter Laugh it off i UpToDate Farmers Indianapefia A Constipation Remedy Freai da1lifethat your bowels Hove They slymove at least once a day nattirafflji anyhelIfday you can consider yourself nstipated and it is time you did saia thing about it V You will be glad to Know IIs a way out of the difficulty Leer uel Landerdale an old soldier tftt ntotao IlL Elmer McMillan of Speel Ka rma1IWICaldwells Syrup Pepsin was curi rJ Itlyfte Caldwells Syrup Pep h1did SurelyyAtilcll611It pnly r e 1tbetabletlucathartic aometlJBirbufwells Syrup Pepsin is A scientific pxMfc zeipyliquidonly cure the constipattoa but tonet3tk t UmagaintAr1price s =alreadypg JITeJlit o or you tortl5Lo eeQt test It hefera ceIttbtle Is attythlg altrie oatitany musical Mvkuv rftte etothe doctor tst 1 11 itICaldwell W0CaMw H fcWr DJlForaaItbzTb Drug ItoIt 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27 1909 I SKUNGFiELD SJJMUED EVERY WEDNESDAY t SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance H1 SMITH Edjter aed Publisher IId red at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the 11h as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION one Year 50tireeDtmicratic Ticktt CIRCUIT JUDGEI H Thurman COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY I C S Hill of Marion County REPRESENTATIVET D Graham COUNTY JUDGE B L Litsev COUNTY CLERKW F Booker Noer Mayes SHERIFFS J Anderson SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT J W Bush JAILERGeo D Catlett ASSESSOR W T Mitchell CORoNERDr W E Crume SURVEYOR Wm G Roberts We are fast approaching the end of a campaign that will stand out unique in the annals of this county and district Certain men of wealth and political power haying found that they coulol not tbend Judge Thurman to their determined to bring about his defeat cost what it might Having secured their candidate and launched anewsp per whose sole business was to abuse villify and misrepresent Judge Thurman there began a campaign along that line the like of which let us hope we will never see again Both candidates haye thoroughly covered the district on the stump and though Judge Thurman has persistently challenged Mr Lewis 1 to meet him ina public discus sionMr Lewis has never dared to do sd Can any one doubt that Mr Lewis with his more than forty years experience as a public speaker would readily accept a division of time if it were possi ble successfully to defend himself and the cause he represents against the charges made by his opponent ih every speech he has made Some people may be deceived as to the character of the forces behind Mr Lewis but we are un able to believeihat there are very many of this class and we await withconfidence the verdictat the polls of the voters of this district next Tuesday For SaeJ A lot with a 7 room dwelling and a store house 18x36 on it The storehouse can be used for a drug store and doctors office or blacksmith shop Lot also has on it good stock barn 2 good wellsand fine garden Wine school and churches right in town For further particulars apply to J A THOMPSON Texas Ky Well Known Hotel Keeper Uses and Recom meads Chamberlains Colic Cholera and OiaThoea Remedy- I take pleasure in saying that I have kept Chamberlains Colic 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 relieve themsays J C Jenkins of Glasgow Ky This remedy is for sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co V p sold papers for sale at this once iJ j Dr GTBurton RESIDENT DENTIST Feeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First las Springfield Ky mCen Hagon Block upstairs Local News Notes Old papers for sale at this office Next Tuesday Nov 2 will be elec tion day Polls open at 6 a m and close at 4P m Protracted meeting begins at Presby byterian church Monday Nov 15th Preaching by Re q JjY Logan FOR RENTMy dwelling near Graded School Has 3 rooms good barn and lot plenty ofI Water and good garden Apply to SALLIE EPPERSON LOST A small flat pocketbook eon taming a 5bill and three 1 bills in Grundy MCIntires store last Monday Return tothis office Newest Millinery at the most reasonable prices See oursbefore buying MRS MULLIGAN over Peoples Bank Dont fail to be in Willisburg Satur day Oct 30 to attend the auction S M CAMPBELL Everybody vote and there will beno doubt as to how large Judge Thurmans majority will be in the district If you are thinking of buying a gaso line engine see theuMIAMlat A C Kimballs1 Hev R E C Lawsonis in Harrbdi burg this week holding a meeting in the First Presbyterian church There will be no preaching in the Presbyterian church here next Sunday Estray About three weeks ago 3 ewes strayed from our place Reward for any information of their whereaboutsRichard Kelly l Remember we have everything that itw and stylish in Winter Millinery r New patterns each week See them before you buy Prices right MRS WILLIAMS Overcoats Cloaks Sho s Hats Caps ejtci in Willisburg Saturday Oct 30 at auction S M CAMPBELL For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GJOWDY Prop We have a complete line of the latest styles in Millinery Our piices are the lowest and we can save you money MRS MULLICAN over Peoples Bank attheIBaker today There is a lot of fine stock being sold and some fancy prices are being realized Auction Saturday Oct 30 at 1 oclock in Willisburg Dont fail to attend S M CAMPBELL If you are going to buy a Wheat Drill dont fail to see the Thomas A full carload of Birdsell wagons just arrived- See th m Buy them Sold by A C KIMBALL l Take your clothes toLinks Rav to have them cleaned and pressed Rates reasonable Work guaranteed i FOR SALETwo farms in gr well improved plenty tobacco lanb 91 acres on pike adjoining Springfield 100 acres on pike near Pleasant Run- JOHNDEBOE NOTICEI have installed acorn mill and feed crusher in the old Ca eYsqoP on Main St and am prepared to grind corn meal and feed stuff at all times Give mea trial A C KIMBALL Mr Geo J Begemann the well- known harness manufacturer of this place has purchased of Mr A Eades his harness shop in Bardstown Mr Begemann has turned the management of the new shop over to his son Joe Begemann who left last week to take charge We wishhim much success in his new venture IThere have been over forty guesses pn the number of seed the pumpkin in our contest contains in the first week Ita got everybody guessing Elsewhere in this issue of The Sum will be found the advertisement of H M Brussel the Auctioneer of MrII anon Mr Brussell advertises andjwillcheapest MonIdaycourts of this county Mr Selecman is the son of Judge W E Selectman and is a bright and talented young man who will no doubt make good in his profes sion ror Sale 9b acre arm lays well and is nicely improve l ew House and Barn All tobacco land Price cheap- McELROY Id Rather Die Doctor that have my feet cut off said M LI UlIjdieaway you doctors Instead he used jBucklens Arnica Salve till wholly cured Its cures Hurnsland PLE4ANT GROVE Miss Emma Adams of Harrodsburg is visiting the Misses Thompson Miss Emma Rose Polin returned to St Catharine Monday after a weeks visit at her homezMr I P Haynes of Louisville spent a few days here this week Mrs B L Litsey and Mrs J I Martin have returned from a visit to LouisvilleMrs Rodgers and Mrs Artis Brown spent several days with Mrs B B Leachman recently Misses Susie Edgerton and Eleanor Reed have returned from Stanford where they attended the Missionary Union Mr and Mrs John McAllister Mn and Mrs Dan Rodgers and Mr and Mrs Walter Adimst ot Fenwick were at J 0 Polins Sunday Mrs James Claybrooke visited her parents Mr and Mrs A L Litsey last week Miss Mary Logan Neale has returned to Covington after a three months stay with relatives More Than Enoug is Too Much To maintain health a mature man or 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 prime cause of stomach troubles rheumatism and disorders of the kidneys If troubledwith indiges tion revise your diet let reason and not appetite control and take a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will soon be all right again For sale by The Leo Hay don Drug Co- UNTHE and TIMES S35OThe Sun and CourierJournal SL50 0 Slogans FFREE Sewing Machine runs lighter than any other FREElast anyyoth r EEisnlorebeautirultnan ant othe- rFRE1fI Las less vibration than any other t IFREEis easier to operate than any other G FREEmakes a more perfect stitch than any other t FREE is the best of all I med in one comI FREE SEWING MACHINE toICHICAGO tt ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK CO Agent Springfield Ky ji i A Small Sisters Reflections UCH a row And my darling dog Tip and I are right in the middle of it like the hole in the doughnut Why we havent had any thing like it before since Fan engaged herself to poor Mr John and turned saint and got to petting sweet Tip even when there wasnt company around Fan got a new diamond ring I like a lucky stone best one with a big round hole that yo i can hang on a string and if you wear it at night it keeps away dreams about goblins that eat nice little g rls and sweet Tips But Fan was alvays odd Yesterday while Tip and I were playing on the porch I noticed that it was most lonesomely quiet So Tip and J knew that Fan was up to some fiendishness Vell we sneaked up to her room Fan was sitting in front of her white enameled dressing table with the sunshine just pouringtdn on her and setting her head on fire And she had her hand up to her face and was flashing that diamond back and forth in the light First shed put her finger to her cheek and smooth it like this and then shed pretend to fix the net on her front hairAll the while she was making smirky eyes at the red and blue and violet lights that kept shooting all over her hand Then because she thought she was alone not thinking that lovely Tip and I could see her she bent over and kissed the ring oha million times Fan Is certainly getting odd Ask Tip If you dont believe me When she looked up her eyes were all wet as If shed been crying but I cant see what for because she and I had been peaceful Anyway it was all so funny that I clutched sweet Tip for support and happened to grab hold of his ear because I didnt look to see what I was doing for I didnt want to take my eyes off silly Fan Then Tip let out the laughing howl thinking It was a game you see Fan heard it and up she jumped like lightning and slammcd the door right against Tips noseThat was enough for me To hurt Tips feelings like that and he so gen teal I hammered with both fists on her door and then I kicked After that Tip and I went out to the swing to think up something That afternoon the house was just like a funeral Fan shoved me away when I went to see what lacy thing she was sewing on the front porch Tip said I suddenly lets play gypsy You can be Bedreddln Hassan Saleh Aniina and Ill be Esmeralda Baba Abdalla And well steal Fans clothes and put them on and sneak down to meet poor Mr John because hes probably coming for dinner Of course Tip was crazy glad to dc as I said so we went up to Fans room First thing I hauled out her red empire with the black jet It was lovely on dear Tip And he tumbled over It so sweet and rumpled It up as cunning as could be for it was toe long and trailed all over the floor about him Fans amber beads on his blessed neck were too edifying After that I slipped her green silk gloves on his front legs and wound up the hind ones with her automobile veil Then I tied her white hat with the blue aigrettes on his lovely head and turned Bedreddln Hassan Saleh Amina loose as perfect as a lily Fans bracelets and rings wouldnt fit Tips ears so I saved them for me and had a terrible time dressing because the bracelets wobbled so on my ankles and I had to keep my thumbs kinked all the time for fear the rings would slip off In the meanwhile Tip got crazy to see himself and I was laughing so I nearly let the sweet dog tumble out of my arms while I held him up to the mirror to admire his beauty When he saw how cute he was he got frisky and wanted to run to meet poor Mr Jdh 1io I had to sllppersblack voile skirt t stuck all her fancy hat pins in my hair After 1M put three of her belts around my neck I was ready Such glee In my excitement Id forgotten onfTiPS110se But the pet had gone down stairs So I ran after him aAd ohwell I cant just recommember how it happened but that skirt of Fans got between my knees and my heels turned out and I forgot in the excitement to keep my thumbs kinked and soI must have rolled about 10 miles for I woke up in bed with court plas ter on my head where the hat pins had punctured me I stand at the table when Im eats Ing for fathers got an awfully strong hand Ask Tip he got some too Everybodys been searching even the neighbors Tomorrow poor Mr Johns going to shingle off thq grass and if that doesnt do any good theyre going to burn it off Such a row But down in our hearts Tip and I are glad for were In the middle of tt all like the hole in the doughnut 1 Jr 1 1 J r1 11 S Special Sale OF r Childrens Cloaks4 i Now is your time to buy a cloak for your girl at a very low price as SweOverstocked 50 this line We will offer them at cost and some less than cost Special Price of 198 For Childs Bear Skin Cloaks We have a large stock of these Cloaks and some of them youIjII Ir IThis is a Rare Bargain and you should not miss it IIJustreceived large stock of Mens Womens and s Also full line of best makes of Womens antf Chil iciren s Hosiery if I JIOom a IWe show the Best makes of School Shoes on the irketi i Low Prices in Childrens Cloaks I II Our stocks in every department were never larger and Prices Never Lower We have lots of Bargains to show xyou Call and see always glad to show you M Ii The ROBERTSON I CLAYINCORPORATED BROOKE Co SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY L r Public SalenOf Jacks Jennets and Other Live Stockf Saturday Nov 6 OBAT 1000 OCLOCK A M Having sold my tarm and in order to dissolve partnership with Mr Thomas r fromSprmgfieldfollowing described property anybodysAnnSouthdQwn 5yearoldhomecomingayear1 horse work good 1 pair coming 3yearold horse mules work good 1 sugar secondto10000 sticks tobacco 10000 tobacco sticks A lot of good oak lumber and all of our Farming Implements TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE GIBBS THOMASS M CAMPBELL Auctioneer z Hitf t LET US TEST YOUR t EYES and fit GLASSES We have just brought on the Greatest Line of fitKest style Glasses and any style Rims We can furnish you with the best grade of goods at the Lowest Prices tftWe can Suit You in Everything in the Jewelry Line ED M RUSSELL 4 IH wwwwit WW iiTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27 1909 1S THE LEOc AAYDOtt t DRUG CO s WE KEEP ONLY PURE DRUGS When buying drugs make sure about their purity j Impure gswnil hasten health Purity ist the great essential We protect you by specially ascertaining thepurity of every drug we handle Medicines compounded tl thissbrtofdrugsarceffedive r h + +++1 +++ + + ++ t W E GREENE 1 BarberShop I have purchased of Mr Raymond Nally his Barber + Shop next to the Walton hoteland will conduct the business at the same stand I am always ready to serye my customers and ask that you give me a share of your i patronage I am agent tor the Home Laundry of Louisville and have a Dry Cleaning and Pressing establishment in connection with my barber shop When wanting Laundry done or your clothes needitsCleaning and Pressing call on me All work guaranteed w If + + ++ t + + + +++++ I To The Public I Having bought out lr G L Whartons interest in + 4f the Livery business I will continue PusinesS at the old stand on Main street andWIll do business just as cheap as the high prices ot feed and horses will allow me to do IW asta continu Ice of patronage from all of our old friends and customers and everyone when in needof a nice Livery Rig Horses left in my care will be fed and properly cared for Your patronage solicited + TBTAPP + Etp SUCCESSOR TO WHARTON T- APPHDoYouWaht ++ + ++ + + + I w H to Buy a Farm Wt can sill you ont any sin any location any price We art read at all timisto show you Come and see us About 100 farms In cur hands Sit partial list below 1160 acres 5 miles from Lebanon 5 miles from Spring fibld nine room dwelling in good repair 3 barns plenty of grass plents of water all under good fence Price X50 per acre No 2237 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike two dwelling houses two stock barns 90 acres of new land plenty of grass plenty of never failing water all under good fence No 8195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses two barns plentyof water all of farm in grass all under good fence Price 55 per acre No 486k acres one mile east of Mackville 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn all outbuildings fine orchard of 500 trees all kinds of fruit all under good fence plenty of water plenty of grass Price 3500 No 5128 acres 7 miles from Sbringfield 12 mile from pike 5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobaccobarn new plenty of timber hood stock barn all the f raise tobacco Price 45 per acre No 6120 acres seven room dwelling 12 are tobacco barn fine ptock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres of upland all under good fence no overflow land Price 85 per acre No 7200 acres on goodpike brick dwelling tenant house 3 tobacco barts fine tobacco land at least onehalf ot the farm new land Price 40 per acre Np 812 acres 1 mile from pike 5 room dwell ing in good repair good Cpringfieldtngood fence plenty of fruit plenty of water Price No X150 acres 1 mile from on county road 1 mile from Loretto 7 room dwelling in goodrepair all under good tence all in grass except 16 acres plenty of water telephone and rural route fine stock barn 60 feet square plenty oftobacco land Price 30 per acre No 1096 acres 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 miles from Springfield ion pike nearly all in grass well watered small frame house go plenty of tobacco land Price 4000 per acre LAKE BOSLEY H tlei r LONGEST TELEGRAPH CIRCUIT Is 4000 Miles Long Extending from London to Teheran in Persia Persia and Its capital Teheran have been very much before the pub lie lately but probably few people are aware that the news which has come through to London has passed over the longest telegraphic circuit in the worlds says the London Daily News The distance between London and Teheran by wire is 4000 miles and the operator in Teheran communi cates direct with the operator at the London end automatic repeaters tak ing the place of operators at ten places along the circuit The first repeating station from London is at Lowestoft where the wires enter the North sea beneath which they run for 200 milcd to Em dent Hanover where the second au tomatic repeater continues the mes sage Thence it is flashed to Berlin Warsaw Rouno Odessa Kertch Sukhum Kaleh Tiflis and Tauris from each of which stations it is instantaneously forwarded without human Interven tion the telegraphist at Teheran who beingsince it left London From Teheran the line then extends to I dia but nowhere else is there a circuit so long as that between Teheran and London PARADISE FOR SUFFRAGISTS A Little Corner of the Sahara Desert Where Feminism ils In Full Swing A French explorer Just returned from Africa has addressed an open letter to Mlle Laloe and to the woman doctor Mme Pelletier the great advo cates of womans rights advising them to leave at once for the Sahara or rather to that district inhabited by the tribe called Twaregs The Tuaregs says the explorer are crafty cruel and treacherous but they are ardent apostles of feminism The Tuareg women are indeed privileged beings They have camels of their own which their husbands are not allowed to mount and their household duties are so to say nil They are allowed to have an ad mirer who saddles their camels and runs errands for them According to the Gentlewoman the attitude of this admirer must renaln strictly platonic for if he starts making love to the lady the husbaril flies Into a temper and an angry T areg becoines a dangerous creature According to the laws of the coun try the Tuareg womao need not fol low her husband unless she wants to do so nor is she compelled to serve her spouse Sh Is educated for she can read and his accomplishment not shared by tha other six gives her a privileged post Ion in so far that she acts as judge or arbitrator In all dUll cult cases Not Afraid Personal cpurz ge Invests Its owner with a protection beyond that afforded by outside fo ces An illustration of this is recorded by Gen William allVarledCareer1I In 1864 Col Dan lelsof the Seventh Rhode Island became unpopular with some of his command and a rumor spread that he would be shot at the next engagement He heard of It It was customary when guns had been loaded for some time to hive them discharged into some convenient bank and Col Daniels took ad an tage of this Marching his regiment out with loaded rifles he faced them toward a suitable elevation and tak ing position on the top of it and in front of them as at dress parade be gave the commands Ready Aim Fire and the pieces were discharged Needless to say any man could have shot him with little danger of discovery and needless to say also none of theni did There were no more threats of that kind In his regi ment Youths Companlqn Foreigners at Germa Universities The number of foreign students at the German universities which owing to the Increased severity In the condi tions of adpission had declined last year to 3594 risen to 3921 chief ly because this is the first summer in which foreign women could matricu late at all universities The numbers Include 1578 Russians 674 Austro Hungarians 306 Swiss 155 English 154 Bulgarians 102 Rumanians 68 Servians French 298 Americans 175 Asiatics and 4 Australians Of these 1181 entered for medicine Ber lin and Leipslc are now the favorite universities instead of Heidelberg which formerly headed the II atI Expensive Foundations The cost of foundations for new buildings in New York runs at times Into very high figures The contract for the foundation work of the new 25story municipal building to be erected at the Brooklyn bridge en trance has just been let to the founda tion company for 1443147 The caissons must be carried down below the subway station to rock which lies in places 80 feet below street level A Sporting Chance Ill teach you to play at pitch and toss It shouted the enraged father Ill flog you for an hour I wlll1t Father Instantly said the incor rigible as he balanced a penny on his thumb and finger Ill toss you to make it two hours or JlothingltCas sells Saturday Journal ISPRINGFIELD fEETHEX- TRACTED WITHOUT Pain or OanYr All Vnrk Done in this office is first J andJnstasadvertised EBOver McElroy Shaders Grocery JO O 000 0 00 0 a 0e 0aa Notes ao aaVisitors In and Out of Town A n Round Up of Q Personal NewsaaQO00090a000oeae Messrs C A Green and J W Riedel spent Sunday at Lotus Mrs W F Booker returned home Tuesday after a ten days stay in Cincinnati Mr Harry ONan of Louisville is visiting is parents Mr and Mrs H M ONattf Mrs D R Litsey has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Mr Geo Brown of Bard town was here Sunday Mr W S Gibbs of Shelby county was here lastweek- Mr Thomas Medley of Owensbpro spent several days last week with his mother Mrs G E Medley Mrs George Colvin is spending a few days this week with friends iii Lou isville ItMissseveral days last week with Mrs T J Mc Cawley in LouisvilleI Rev RK C Lawsonj is inHar rod burg this week Mr4 E N Hundley of Lebanon was in town Monday Messrs Joe and John Wycoff and Elmer Hume of Mackyille were here Monday Mrs Frank Simms spent the latter part of last week with Mrs Ben Mat tingly in Louisville Mesdames Lloyd Parrott and John Wheatley spent one day last week with friends in Lebanon Richard Spalding and Ben F Simms Jr who are attending school at St Marys spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mr and Mrs Tom Spacing of Bardstown spent Fridayat St Catharine Mr Ben Simms spent Saturday and Sunday with his daughter Mrs Pius Whalen IIi Bardstown Mrs Sue Knott has returned home after a visit to friends in St Louis and St Charles Mo Mrs J I Wimsatt and children have returned to Louisville after spending several weeks at the home of Mrs Jame Willett Mr C C McGill of Lebanon was in town Monday Miss Laura Baker will return home today after a visit to Mr T J Nally and family of near Bardstown Mrs FredManget has returneto her home in Louisville after a visit to her parents Mrand Mrs John W Lewis Mr and Mrs Emmet McElroy have returned to their home m Kansas City Mo after spending several weeks with Mr McElroys parents Mr and Mr AC McElroy Mrs Chas Clements and children ot New Haven have been visiting friends and relatives re v j Mr W L Smith is spending a few days here Miss Josie Lee has returned from Louisville where she spent several weeks Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happens because a careless boatman ignores the nvers warnings growing riPples and faster current Natures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache in the back warns you the Kidneys need attention if you would escape fatal maladies Dropsy Diabetes or Brights disease Take Electric Bitters at once and see Backache fly and all your best feelings return After long suffering from weak kidneys and lame back one 100 bottle wholly cured men writes J R Blankenship of Belk Tenn Only 60c at Haydon Robertsons Try Kentucky Star Flour So good Kentucky Star Flour Best made W TTL I Fresh Oysters Fresh Celeryi Malaga Grange 11 Ey err+ f I ICome and Try Some il Katie Hertiein BrorRestaurant Bakery Confectionery VALLEY HILL All of the gain having been sown those who were lucky enough to bulk tobacco last season are now stripping Tatham Brown recently purchased a nice bunch ot cattle from Gray Bro3 Price unlmownfRev R E Cv Lawson andH M Grundy of Springfield visited in this section Sunday Mrr and Mrs Henry Reed of Willis burg visited Mr M Reed of this lace hursday Emmet Flaugher of Springfield was the guest of W R Moran at Elm Hill from Friday until Monday Mr and Mrs Edward Goatley were guests of Huphey Goatley and wife Monday Mrs M W Seay of near Maud was the guest of Mrs CP Goatley Mon dy Corn gathering has begun in this sec Some have about finished gath tlering and only a moderate yield is re- Ported Tatham Brown purchased a nice bunch of shoats from Mr Brown of this place at a private price Mr Jack Shehan of Bloomfield visited relatives at this place Sunday and Monday Potsey Biyggs is the guest of us sis ter Mrs Shehan of Nelson county How to Cure a Cold Be as careful as you can you will oc casionally take cold and when you do get a medicine of known reliability one that has an established reputation and that is certain to effect a cure Such a medicine Chamberlains Cough Remedy It has gained a world wide reputation by its remarkable cures of common ailment and can al ways be depended upon It acts on natures plan relieves the lungs aids ex pectoratiod opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healtny condition For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co 0t18 FARMERS 8 BANKIncorporated 8 Mackvillt f Ky ICAPITAL 1500000 300001 treatment with that is coin stability of a Directorsas well as integrity as they are affanSWe anionsJ B PETER President ELVIN BIRCH VPreaiaont J M SMITH Cashier DIRECTORS J B Peter Elvin Birch McflveyJMGeo W Powell C Snewmaker J w Best B Q Matiierly J W Arnold OOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOO for Chapped Skin Chapped skin whether on the hate byapplyingalso unequalled for sore nipples bursa and scalds For sale by The Leo Hay don Drug Co NAPPY HOLLOW Miss Mallie Shields spent Saturda and Sunday with Miss Nellie Mcllvoy Mr Sabe Coulter and family sped Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr Samuel Coulter at this place Mr Solomon Kays and family yisitei friends and relatives at PolmI Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Tues day night with her sister Mrs Edward Hanby j Messrs Charlie and Claud Kays speift Tuesday night with their brother Mc Solomon Kays armtoregret to give Mr and Mrs Kays up but welcome Mr and Mrs Yancey our midst Mr Walter Hanby returned Hpnse Saturday after a visit to friends It Alaska Mr Ed Montgomery andfamily Ifc Sabe Coulter and family Mrs Nazuy Scott and Effie Coulter dined at tile home of Mr Samuel Coulter Sunday Mrs John Armstrong and daughter Myrtle spent Sunday with the family of Mr J W Walls Mr Edward Hanby and wife spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Erastws Perkins Several from this place attende county court Monday r Mrs J Mr Shields was in Willisburjt Friday Mr Erastus Perkins and wife are spending several days this week wztk her father Mr John Annstrongan family t Up Before The Bar- N H Brown an attorney of f fts dlDrKinltsthem such a good family medicwouldnt be without them Fork is Constipation Biliousness or SkkH i4r ache they work wonders 25ci at Say don Robertsons t t r jc J r gaqsIrRAVE FEAT OF LA POSTAL ttEtt thi VEt MAIL FROM BURNING CAR I THEN TAKE CHANCE FOR i LIFE WITH LEAP iltijORYOF HIS EXPERIENCE i then Letters and Registered Mat ftr Into Pouch Tosses Them Out of Car and Jumps toIj flames of Wreckag- eWashingtQnRalfwa1 y mail clerks frequently experience danger in the Mfie of their duties but few more fromf4 ever have been chronicled than thegostoffice theWashlngton road thetrainInto a burning bridge about two miles jpouth of Dart Siding Wash Much of the train was destroyed by fire butt through McCroske s heroism some f the mail was saved Following is Isis own story of his experience as given to Gen Supt Alexander Grant of the railway mall service I had no warning of the approach Ing accident until the engineer applied the emergency brakes just be fore the engine plunged through the burning bridge The mail car fol lowed the engine striking on the en gine tank sliding up over the tank crushing the cab and stopping on top jol Its back The jar threw me back vfand over the paper rack wrenching my back I regained my feet In a few seconds and went to the door to end that the mail car was some 40 feet above the creek and on fire Just then some part of the engine exploded blowing fire gas and steam in every direction and making escape for me Impossible at that time I rer turned to the letter car and gathered op what letters and registers I could find placed the letters in a pouch and threw them out of the car The registers and dater pad and type I put in my handbag and threw that into the creek uI saw it was up to me to make my escape as best I could without aid for the car was a mass of flames and J at Last Took a Chance for My Life and Jumped the heat was so intense no one could get near enough to the burning wreck sage to be of any assistance to me1 itlien tried to climb Out on the left side of the car but the flames drove me back Into the car I then went to the door on the right side of the car and on looking down when I could see through the smoke flames and steam could see nothing but wreckage and a mass of flames on the rocks 40 feet below into which I at last chance and jumped Itookleap tried clear of the wreck but that was impossible and r alighted among the burning timbers of the bridge that had been knocked down as the engine crashed through the bridge I was rescued from further danger by a special agent Of the Great Northern Railroad Company My back neck and shoulders were severely wrenched and my right knee was bruised and sprained by the jump from the car to the burning wreckage in the creek jWife Protects an Umpire was4chasedjfuriated mob of baseball Tans but latter following him ta the Merchants hotel a mile away the mob abandoned the effort to assault him but not un itil Hale had cried for protection from behind his wifes skirts in the hote t and three policemen with revolver drawn had pushed the mob back Hale escaped from the hotel and left town Hale was charged by the Gushing ifans with giving unfair decisions in a game between Cushing and Cleveland 100oflIma up the game and chasing Haler PR OTEGOOpROAD MAKING Nobedy Knows BJetter Than Farf11eri What a Valuable Asset to Cent munlty Gojbd Road Is Good roads are simply a result of thorough drainag and keeping the surface of the roadbed smooth and well packed So keep all trail Pitches movingNothing perfectFill up all low places and work the dirt toward the enter of the road Cut or trim all h dges bordering the highway that the good effect of sun yourtuthathegratifying results are certain I1ttleItemsshortdeep SplitLog Drag town how long wpbld it take to throw a shovelful or twd of dirt into these public nuisances It would save you and your nelghbo many a jerk and jolt to say nothing of the wear and tear on horses harness and vehicles Same way with the approaches to nine out of ever ten bridges you bump over while driving to town Patch those treacherous holes in the bridges too A horses leg is easily broken in one of hese wickedlooking holes Make it a rule to stop the team and throw at least a d ozen rocks and peb bles out ojjthe rack into the ditch every time you drive to town You get mighty tired Of the jerking and alsoknockmore than most IeI think A diagram andlIIustration of a splitlog grader is given herewith forth benefit of those interested in the construction and iijaintenance of good roads Nobody kr ows better than the farmer what a valuable asset to a community a good road is UTILIZE POSTSI Old Pieces of Gas Piping May Be Used to Good Adva tage in Fencing- in0 FarmI The pieces of gas pipe lying about the place may be readily util ized as fence Pots I cut the pipe about 7 feet in length then drill three U inch holes one as shown in the sketch says a writer in Farm and Home I set ne end of the pipe in a block of concrete using a situ 61Inphes Work nra sIThe cleats c c are made of old tire iron lx4 inch These are bolted to the pipe at the tvo top holes A block h Is bolt d to the bottom hole Stringers afs attached to the iron cleats Picket j are nailed to the stringers and a foo board is fastened to the block b FARM AND GARDEN NOT S rHOW about the ground youre going to sow with alfalfa this fall It is better to sow rutabaga turnips in rows than broadcast Apple culture in Texas should be developed more ass duously Rotation must be practiced in the garden or truck field to obtain the best results Black Winter or Spanish radishes should be sown in August or Septem ber with turnipsI He who lets the weeds go to seed this month is 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OHara assistant to the war correspondent of the New York Morning Post sat flat down on the hilltop and chuckled For two whole tossingtal of the Black Hussars The world was agog for any word of the floun daring army and a scoop would make roWYeters squatted panting in place since the day Macrae went down with the fever Not a thing had happened in the fortnight beyond sniping on the outposts until that morning when a tremendous cannonade had been opened on the enemys position The goers were replying with cheerful fury There was a general idea that the English were going to commence their advance Timothy viewed with Joy the selfraised vision of the e cite office when his cable would arjrive and even the city editor would stop woiftHind of the flaring headlines later the leaded columns the Post boys shrieking and the countrys hearts beating beside their rolls and coffee over his broken batallldns Intotheno opportunity to use these pit phrases since sailing from New Yor Entered on this dream of death and glory three peaceful men khakiclad and riding on spiritless horses Timothy rose as he saw them They were his rivals On the left was Marklin who made his name as a cub at Se danIHullo Irish cried this great onfe from afar Got the makings Timothy duly searched his breeches pockets and procured a pouch which swunghisIts too bad he said cheerfully as he rolled the cigarette What asked Timothy aheadiafterus that positively no movement will be made at present The old elephants found a discarded idea and wants to bite the edges off it before he sticks his bloody head into the Timothy Thundered After Him Jaws of the grateful Dutch again We are on our way now to file a Tremen dous Bombardment and then spend a HerMajestysfit Foot Come on and Join us A load sunk over Timothys heart Hell he said I thought Id have astorra last Never mind young un said the dean of the corps kindly Itll come Youd better make merry with us tonight at the Remarkables The three rode amiably away Tim othy turned from the hilltop cursing and started for camp There he rout ed out his servant to get his horse and swinging into the saddle he trot ted towards headquarters to look up final confirmation of Mar kilns report As he was passing down the lines he saw an officer spurring towards the front It was young Capt Sheri danBedford of the commanding gen erals staff waved his hand- SherldanBedford pulled up All quiet asked Timothy with the polite assurance of a man who had halved his last drink of whisky on a wet night with the man he ad dressedNever ask an aide anything you want to find out replied the other with a wink Im off to the Red bri gade myself The field telegraph our right Is out of shape And he touched his horses flanks and swun away again at a gallop Timothy sat for a moment revolv ing the reply in his head then he wheeled sharply about The captain was vanishing in a cloud of dust dow the road Timothy thundered afte him For a space the two wound their way through the busy streets of the camp The air was heavy with the smoke of the kitchens and alive with the rumble of wheels and the and e scribable hum of thousands of unconnected tongues Up and down the road passed columns of unkempt troops and Wagons loaded with sup plies Now and then an ambulance e rattled feverishly towards the front or came steadily back from the trenches bearing whitefaced men roughly bandaged or shapeless COT ered bundles splotched with blood about which the flies clustered greed ily Then that captain turned to the J i- right and put off acmes the 1p4n reaches of cpuntry behind the rise where the reserve of the firing line wee fringed Here the fields were stripped for action cut only by trenches or the wheels of guns and torn by bursting shell Two miles the horses went parallel to the front1 then they headed to the left again and cantered up the deserted slope 1degreeing bore and that cuts a shrapnel fuse pityandothys curse when he raised his eyes painfully after the shrieking terror had passed and saw SheridanBedford stretched silent on the ground ahead In a moment he was out of the saddle and his hand was at his companions heart A fragment of the shell had torn his breast and the blood Waft rushing out in dark spurts Youj canthelp it gasped the1 dy ing man Im done ButI say take thismessage The Boercenter has pushedtoo far ahead Theleft- of ItsexposedThe Redbrigade to charge Understand Yes1 said Timothy and as he spoke a smUg of thanks flitted over the face before him and then with a shudder fled and the English soldier had passed In the old English way heIhad learned at his public school ing the game for the games sake to the end- The little New York reporter viewed him for a moment in silence Then he pulled out his handkerchief and spread It over the dead face He was a good sport he said sol emnly And this by the strange chance of war was the requiem of the Hon Philip Fitz Herbert Howard SheridanBedford captain In her maj estys army beside the biers of whose people archbishops of Canterbury had prayed and royal knees had bowed in sorrow Nor was it a lengthy service Tim othy shook himself together with a sigh and turned back for his horse He had his foot already in the stirrup when a thought struck him and he stepped down again By gad that fathead of a general won t believe me he said He sInot going to take any orders from a Yankee civllan The Red Brigadier hada reputation for three things propriety a brain the size ot a dried pea and a courage as great as a furious bulls He was newly come and his brigade fat fed fresh from England was near weepI ing for a fight but he would die inihis tract beore dicing orders from a war correspondent The warm Irish heart in Timothys breast swelled with sorrow at the thought To his credit the swelling was due no more to grief at his own loss of a tremen dous story than to the thought of the wasted life before him poured out in vain if the message failed And then there flashed on him a great Idea At first he repelled it with shame But desire is a sweet master of logic and after a minutes swift weighing of chances he suc cumbed I may hang for it he remarked Judicially but its the Oqe chance The brigadier didnt know Bedford from a rabbit And hed want it itoo he added apologetically stooping over and raising the handkerchief from the ashy face before him The Red Brigadier sat beneath his bombproof in no amiable frame of mind He was sick of lying helpless under a flight of screaming shrapnel And seeing his men dropping away by ones and twos on stretchers to the tear He wanted action Ike wanted Capt SheridanBedford with ord ders from the commanding general sir Capt SheridanBedford stood before him a pale hatchetfac 3d youngster In a badly fitting unlo in wet and torn about the chest j Well demanded he general sharply Gen Buller says slt that the Boers have advanced their center too far The flank is ex brigade Is to charge dier When demanded POSJYour You may charge sir replied Capt Sheridan edford his lips falling naturally into an oft repeated saying of his people Havent you any further orders The general said toto use your best Judgment sir The brigadier rose and muttering to himself something about young idiots appointed by influence made for the door Five hours later the British war of fice was thrilling with the bleak of ficial report of the brilliant sacrifice of the Red Brigade and the conse ignominiousgplng mothers were praying throughout England that their sons might be among the few who had been spared Three raging correspondents headed aboutnforrparticulars Timothy OHara in an undershirt and the breeches of a British staff captain was feeding the middle of his first great brilliant scoop Into the wire at Krogsdoorp trembling to know that the beginning wasi already ticking delighted wonder Into the heart of the managing editor of the New York Morning Post And out on the veldt with the handkerchief blown from his face and his sightless eyes fixed on the 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We have secured the Mammoth Pumpkin that took the prize at the 1909 Washington County Fair and we are going to let our subscribers who pay up their subscriptions and all New subscribers paying in advance guess on 11 iHow Many Seed the Large Pumpkin Contains f 2 v m We are going to give Three Prizes amounting to 100 to those who guess the nearest number of seed this Pumpkin con ft 0tainIZa prizes that are useful and will last YOU a IifetimeJssomething that you will be proud otRead aboutthe prizes below fv 1s + come in and subscribe for The Sun and take a Guessj i + W 4 tit aI THE PUMPKIN 1 The Pumpkin is a very large one also a very fine one having taken the first prize at the 1909 Washington County Fair itThis Pumpkin is on display at our office and you are invited manyVWhen the contest closesthe date will be announced later thid Pumpkin will be cut open and the seed will be counted by two reliable people and everyone is cordially invited to be at the I counting and see that it is done correct It will be a square deal for everybody Read about the prizes and take a guess FIRST PRIZE first Prize is a 4000 Sewing Machine THE Anyone would be proud to own it IThe is sold by The RobertsonClaybrooke Co and at any time at their store The Freev Sewihg Ma of the finest machines made it does the kind of sew + ing that other machines have never doneandJs one that any 1house keeper would be proud to own at their store and see it and let them explain the wonder ful advantages it has i Ey man for by dr this and far by we will sd fill it it the it box J lJ +f SECOND PRIZEtTUEIis a 35 00 is sold in by Ed M and is on for the of the public at his Store at times The New Home W IrnenfitTHIRQPRThe is a Set of + Iihowget to you of it is made of and see if it a set that will last a Your of or I RULES CONTEST Iry woman or child subscribing The Sun or I openedbyis already a u P in is to A open and the seed two in the of who to be 1 he will beTawarded to the three the seed tile contains w For information particulars JI ITHE SPRINGFIELD SUN HL Smith Publisher 1i Springfield Ky i t NOTICEf I Guessing will be supplied you at office those who wish to send their remittance mail a ballot in The Sun each week they can out and inclose with remittance and we twill in the ballot for them Aiii t + j fti The Second Prize Sewing Machine NEW HOME A highclass Standard Machine This machine Springfield Russell display inspection Jewelry all Machine third 2500 Harness ether goods isnt lifetime Remember choice either wagon buggy harness O anyone wha subscricer paying advance entitled counted reliable persons presenc everyone wishes present prizes guessing the nearest to number of Pumukin further address Ballots print deposit prize 1 o indII iinlrlilHDIPIDmnp DDif1 BALLOTi I 11s Iof1 a wEi NAMEI fii W i I1H rI I= ADDRESS i I 1a try UJII rnuuraitr rmtuumram mlr ramr r flDlll tfI8 It llit + + tit q l 9laiidG b iiA CLEVERLY BUILT ICE BOX Refrigerator Which Keeps Milk Butter and Othert Perishable Goods Cool Ithout Ice By MiLllER PURVIS While I was f California this sum mer I saw almost everywhere coolers or refrigerators which were used to keep milk sweet butter firm and to cool water all this being done with out the use of ice I made one of these coolers m eltand most of those I saw were made by local carpenters although they are kept on sale in soine of the towns I am not an expert with tools and In the remote place where I happened to be tools were scarce abut with only a square saw and hatchet I made the cooler and it worked just as well as any other one I ever saw We kept butter perfectly firm in Itand fresh meat cool and sweet All sorts of stewed fruit was kept in imuch longer than it would have kept outside as the temperature was above 100 degrees for weeks at a time and went as high as 110 more than once The sketch Shows the cooler with the front curtain back to show the shelvesWe wouldp t glass fruit cans full drinking water in this cooler and It was kept cool and refreshing an probably much more wholesome fo drinking purposes than it would have been had it been iced To make one of these coolers a skel postsjoined Cooler Without Ice In this shelves are put at convenient t distances apart and the four sides are covered with burlap I used barley- s cks for this purpose The cooler I made was three feet square Ordinarily a watertight box eight or ten inches deep the sjze of the top is made and set on the top of the frame Around the box near the bottom a row of gimlet holes is bored and these are fitted with plugs The box is filled with water and the plugs in the holes are loosened until the water seeps out just enough to run down through the burlap on the sides and keep it wet all the time The burlap on the front side fast ened to only one post the top and the other side being kept in place rings along the edge which are sllppe- over nails driven in This COBsUtutes the door throng- which access is gained to the insid of the cooler Once in a while I saw one with a skeleton door over which the burlap was stretched as screen wire would be over a screen door b this was considered rather elaborate for most people- PREVENT COW SPILLING FEE Ordinary Candy Bucket May Be E ployed to Stop Animal From Slobbering Feed Take an ordinary candy bucket an bore a hole in each side T b this fasten the halter in such a manner that the cow cannot lift her head out ot theDRIl Aft Pr Holds Feed she starts to eat she cannot tip the pall over nor slot ber her feed all over the floor HARM IN STAGNANT WATE All Shallow Lots Should Be Drained and Kept Dry and All Breeding Places Filled As pools of stagnant water cisterns and neglected drains are breeding places for mosquitoes Prof Surface the Pennsylvania state zoologist recommends that all tanks of water cisterns or vessels which hold water or which might be filled with water after a rain be covered or screened with a screen of at least 18 meshes of wire to the inch Standing water on lots on commons should not be per bedrainedfilled old tin cans and bottles emptied and all breeding places destroy ed All stable refuse should be removed at least every week Where there are large natural bodies of wa ter which cannot be drained the surface should be disinfected and oiled with kerosene at frequent and regU lar intervals Kerosene is invaluable in this connection and it is also good as disinfectant Chloride of lime oi common copperas sulphate of iron can be thrown into cesspools r js THEWOftLDSSIEATESTSfWIMACJI M LIGHT EwHo M lfrouwant either Rotary Shuttle or a Thread rChain xUcAJ Sewing Machine write to THE NEW NOME SEWINI MACHINE CIMPANY Orange MassMany sewing machines are made to sell regardless ot Quality but the New Home is made to west Our guaranty never runs out geld by authorized dealers ealyw tTOR aYSEd M Russell LibanonSprinjfitld AutomiilU Line Schedule Springfieldr atW30m m 400 pm 500 p m 630 p m 730 p m 1030 a m Sunday 200 p m t SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN We earnestly request the patrons of this column to notify us when you sell your stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this head all persons who are sub scribers to The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other wantedLandserted in another department of the paper at nothlugMrs B D Lake Springfield has for sale Buff Orpinpton oullets John A Tucker Rt 2 has for sale two Berkshire gilts One has 5 pigs and the other 6 John Deboe Rt 4 wants to buy IDr gentle family horse or mare SaleTwo tong of timothy hay call on or address Mrs Ora Crume Maud Kv Mrs CL Brad has for sale nice Barred Plymouth Rockcockerels the Clubb and Ringlets strains crossed beforeIMrsR B Cregor Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale Pure Bred Barred Ply mouth Ruck and Rhode Island Red Chickens 76c each Dr Deboe Rt 4 has for sale a nice Chester White sow with six nice shoats weight about 40 pounds 3band one buck I Jl tdMrs Sam Tucker Rt 1has for sale l3ooeterae SoulutYour sari has consumption His case is 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