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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ajit1LiJ e 4 dt t bt PrinflthDEVOTE- D U i t rt Jr fr TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY i t 0 VOLUME jSPIIIIFIELD KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1909 1 14jtg PRETTY WEDDING o Miss M E Haydon ami Mr frAnk C Peters Married 1 at 330 P M One of the chief social events of the season was the wedding of Miss Mary Haydon siid Mr Frank C Peters which was solemnized at the home of the brides jiarents Mr and Mrs G L Haydon this afternoon at 330 oclock the cerenony being performed by Rev P P Hennessey The attendants were Messrs George and Will Robertson Hood Cunningham and Ev n Hagan Miss Katie Cain Miss Su Ray and Mr Albert tfunan rendered the musical program playing the Men elssohn wedding march as the bridal patycame in and the Fantasia In CMinor by Mozart during theI ceremony X The fide was beautifully dressed in white c broadcloth trimmed in pearls ana wore a White fur hattrimmed with gold graphs She carried a shower i bouquet f lilies of the valley and brides rows The ceremony was per formed glider a large wedding beHj made of ltechrysantbemumsl The homestead was beautifullyola and elaborately decprated for the occa sion Southern smilax American beauty roses white chrysanthemums and potted plants being used for this purpose Mr and Mrs Peters willleave Leba non on the 628 train for a bridal trip of ten davsor two weeks The bride is one ofthe most beauti lul and accomplished of Springfields girls and is the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs G L Haydon Mr Peters is among the best known and most pOp- ular of the young men of the town and is well known as a raiser of fine stock Those from a distance who attended the wedding wereMrand Mrs Harry Brown Mr and Mrs John Brown Sr Mr and Mrs Will Rogers Mr and Mrs John Brown JiHelenBpgers MrS Percy Johnston Pr and Mrs Wi1lIfo gen and Mr and Mrs R C Clarkson of Lebanon and Mr and Mrs T A Spalding of Bardstown Royalty Simpson Miss Nannie Royalty and Mr Jas Simpson were married in Lebanon today at 4 oclock by Rev A C Graves in the presence of a few friends The wedding was a very quiet affair Mr and Mrs Simpson having driven over to Lebanon today in order that there mIght pe no ostentation The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Douglas Royalty and is a young lady who has a host of friends Mr Simpson is a popular young far mer of the county Sales Auctioneer S Campbell has re- POrted to The Sun the following sales On Thursddy Nov 4th the sale of Robt Simpson was cried Mr Simpson sold four tracts tf land lying in this and Nelson counties One tract of 102 acres sold at 45 an acre Andthertract of 80 acres sold tor 2100 and another of it eighty odd acres for 610 an acre There was a1s4ahIFsale of personal property Among the best stuff sold were fiftythree head of cattle averag ing 1000 pounds which sold for 430 per hundred pounds rhedissolutionsaleofGibbs Thomas drew a large crowd and the personal property sold brought good prices the inules and jack stock selling especially Well Mr Campbell reports a small crowd and but little stock at Bardstown Mon day for county court day Use Kentucky Star flour to bake your Cakes and make Biscuits It light pure white and healthful Lecture Course H The people of Springfield will be treated toa splendid lecture course this season at the Opera House The management has secured six well known lecturers for the season and the dates will be announced later The first lecturer will be Dr Virgil W Tevis who will lecture next Wed nesday jnight Nov 17 The people of Springfield should show their appreciation of these highclass lectures by attending everyone of them which can be done at little expense These lectures aremade by men of learning and anyone can be benefited bythem BRAVE FIGHT End Comes to Former Congressman George G Gilbert Well Known Here J rThe death of Hon George G Gilbert of Shelby ville will be learned of with regret hy his many Washington county friends Mr Gilbert was a brothefm aw ofMrs W H Leachman of near town to whom he has made frequent visits The following was taken from Mondays Louisville Times After several years illness of stom gradualIdecline and a brave battle for life the Hon George Gilmore Gilbert of Shel byville died at 640 oclock this morning at the home of hissonjn law Lawon E WoqWridge 1385 South Second St He waS surrounded by his wife and children when the final summons came George Gilmore Gilbert was a nai ive of Spencer county He was born at Waterford December 24 1849 and was the son of James and Betsy Gilbert In 1888 he was elected State Senator from the Fourteenth district Shelby Spencer and Nelson counties He was rlghthdistrict in the House of Representatives with credit to himself and his constituency He was married to Miss Lizzie Hinkle daughter of ijapt John H Hinkle of Bloomfield on November 4 1875 who su rvives him besides three chil dren Mrs Lawson E Wooldridge of Louisville MrsA L McCormack of Philadelphia and Judge Ralph W E Gilbert of Snelby ville County Judge elect of Shelby county Death of Mrs L C ShuckI Mrs Lucretia C Shuck possibly the- oldest lady in Marion county died at the residence of her daughter Mrs Minnie McAfee in this city Monday morning at 3 oclock Mrs Shuck was 97 years of age and was the widow of Hon John Shuck an able and distinguished lawyer who preceded her to the grave about 38 years ago She was born at Franklin Ky her maiden name being Finley and when 23 years ot age was married and moved to Lebanon where she has since resided The funeral services were conducted by Dr A S Moffett at her late residence on Wednesday morning land inteiment was in Ryder cemetery IMrs Shuck was possibly as well known and as dearly beloved as any woman who has ever resided in Marion county her life having been spent in deeds of kindness and attentions to her family and friends I1itil enfeebled by age she was a devout worker in the Presbyterian church of which she was member Deceased is survivled by two sons Messrs Joseph and Finley Shuck of tbjs city and three daughters Mrs Octavia Harrison of New Market Mrs James Corley of Louisville arid Mrs Minnie McAfee of Lebanon rt 14 L iy1iI5iit TURKEYS SCARCE Last Spring Was Very Damp and Susceptible Ailments Greatly Reduced Supply A turkey famine threatens Kentucky especially in the central part just as the time for Thanksgiving seasen rolls around and at a time when the luscious bird is most inj demand Twelve or fourteen counties mostly in the blue grass region are estimated annually to receive something like half a million dollars for their yearly production ofI turkeys but this year the amount is going to be greatly reduced Reports from out in the country are that the supply is greatly reduced Over in Woodford the condition is said to be the same while Anderson Boyle Scott and other large producers ate re ported to be much behind the yearly crop of turkeys Last spring was unusually damp and wet weatberis always fatal to young turkeys Then in the summer corn plaints like cholera and other ailments to which the feathered tube is peculiar IV susceptible got in their work and the result is that the usual production will be cut down as much as half anJ prob ably mere by the time that the biggest demand comes from the Eastern market Up around Nicholas Bracken and counties in that section of the State reports come thaf turkeysare short too Dealers say that if the conditions which prevail in Kentucky hold good ir other States the price will go higher this winter than in many years Tur key raising has proven a very profitable industry for th9 thrifty housewives of the South With the production great ly curtailed this season there will be inlsomemoney was wont toj produce for the little ones HUNTING SEASON DRAWING NEAR t i Man Gun and tog Now in Trim For The Onslaught On The Quail Family IWith only four more days until the hunting season spqrtsmen are getting busy with gun and dog preparing for the onslaught Reports are to the effect that the quail family is very prolific this season and that the huntsman who spends a day in the field without burdening himself with game will be all to his lone- sOme self aJramstlishould be careful not to tresspass upon thjs forbidden grQund ROCK BRIDGE As we haye been absent from your columns for some Itime will send fn a few items CorP gathenng is about over and has turned out well R C Pinkston has completed his new houseand gave the young folks a dance last Saturday night A large crowd was present and all report a good titpe Mrs J B Jenkins was in Springfield several days last week yisiting her brother Mr Keeling We were sorry to hear of the death of Mr Tom Ward Sick Headache This distressing disease results from a disordered condition of the stomach and can be cured by taking Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets Get a free sample at The Leo Haydon Drug Store and try it j 1Il k NEWSY LETTER From Our Deep Creek Corres dtMriages And Other Local News LOne of the most a ttractive features that has happened in our vicinity for a long tmp was the home w dding of Miss Clyda B iCoyle daughter of Mrs Mollie Coyle and Mr Martin Coyle son of Mr arid Mrs J Marion Coyle of the Long Run neighborhood which took place Sunday Noy 7th at 330 oclock The attendants were Messrs Henry Holderman cousin of the bride and Harrison Coyle brother of the groom who ehtered followed by the bride and gropm where beneath an arch of evergreen they were made man and Wife Brother H P Hatchett in a most beautilul manner performed the ceremony which was witnessed by a large crowd The bride was beauti fully attired in a gown of swausette and earned a bouquet of white chrysan themums The groom wore a black suit The bride is one of this vicinitys most beautiful and popular young ladled and possesses many beautiful traits of character while the groom is one of Long Runs mos popular and industrious young farmers and possesses many traits that go to make a sterling char acter The bride and groom were the recipients of many beautiful gifts from relatives and friends After the cere I mony and extension of hearty congrat ulations and best wishes for their future the bride retired after which a half hour later she reappeared in a beautiful coat suit of lead colored cashmere and hat to correspond ready to leave with her husband for the home of the grooms parents They were show erect with happy congratulations and wishes for a joyous life over he sea ot matrimony May they as they journey along this new path find at their goal nothing but happiness and bliss is the sincerest wish of the writer Married since toy last letter appeared in The Sun Mr Berlin Elliott of this place and Miss Iva Young of near Gravel Switch Oct 7th at the home of the grooms uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Geo Elliott The ceremony was performed by Bro H P Hatchett in a most beautiful manner The attendants of the bride were Miss Susie Elliott sister of the groom and Miss Dickie Arnold and those of the groom were Mr Willie Young brother of the bride and Mr Otis Wilkerson The bride was beautifully attired in a coat suit of navy blue with hat to match The bride and her maids carried beautifuj bouquets of purple and white asters The groom is a popular young man and is the son of Mr and Mrs W B Elliott whihs the bride is the beady tiful sixteenyei irold daughter of Mr and Mrs Henr Young and ig the only girl in the fami y Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party was driven to the home of the bride where a nice supper awaited them The following day they were given a reception at the home of the groom All join me in wishing them R happy and blessed life over the sea ofmatrimony On Oct 30th Mr Wm Graver Elliott found on his return home at evehirg the house alight and figures moving everywhere within and on coming to the yard gate found a line of horses hitched and exclaimed Oh they have got me sure enough It was a pure birthday surprise party and play After several hours play and while resting re freshments were served after which the play was resumed which went on till midnight and as it was then almost Sunday we reluctantly gave up the par ty with best wishes and many happy re turns of the day The honored one re ceived several nice gifts from his friends May he live to se many moro happy days like this isthe wish ot the writer Mr Grover Cook who hasbeen con fined to his bed at the home of his grandparents Mr ard Mrs James Mil burn with rheumatism for several weeks is reported much improved and able to be about the house The party and dance given Saturday night by Miss Mattie Coyle at the home of her parents Mr and Ms Benjamin Coyle was well attended and all re port an enjoyable time Mr John H Elliott after a two weeks absence returned to Danville to take up his position He with his family intend to make Danville their future home about tbe1stof December Mr James Drury of Jenkmsville who has been quite ill for some time is reported better chtlIdrenhood were in our vicinity the guests of the formers sister Mrs Will Coca nougher While here they attended the wedding qf Mr Martin Coyle and Miss Clyda Coyle Misses Katie Lee and Blanche Car penter of the Long Run neighborhood were the charming guests of Mattie A1 Elliott Saturday night and Sunday of last weekj GOEBELMONUMENT To Be Unveiled at State Ceme tery February 3Tenth An niversary of Burial Frankfort State Journal On February 1910 the tenth anni vers ary of the burial ot GovernorWit Ham Goebel in the State Cemetery t here the splendid monument erected by popular subscription of his admirers throughout Kentucky will be formally unveiled anJ dedication ceremonies held Former Governors James B Mc Creary of Madison county and J C W Beckham of Nelson county will be the orators of the occasion The one headed the commission which gathered the funds with which the monument was erected the other was Goebels running mate in the memorable cam paign of 1899 and succeeded him as Gov ernor of Kentucky The date of unveiling was determined upon yesterday afternoon at a meeting of the Goebel monument executive arid building committee held in the parlors MCIQuoWnBeckham Jan B McCreary and Miss Sallie Jackson of thecommittee were designated a committee to act witha committee of citizens of Frankfort and of the General Assembly of 1910 to ar range for the dedication cerem nlesI JENKINSVILLE Mr Lem Bugg and family spent Sunday with Arthur Bottoms and family Mr L R Bottoms sold hi farm to Mr Arthur Bottoms for 1000 Pos session given at once Mrs Carrie Butts visited Clarence Taylor and wife Sunday j Dee Sweeney bought bunchof calves from George Taylor at 3Jc perpound James Cary and family spent Sunday with Mr John Noel and family Croup Cured and a Childs Life Saved Hltaffords me great pleasure to add my testimony to that of the thousands who have been benefited by Chumber lains Cough Remedy My child An drew when only three years old was taken with a severe attack or croup and thanks to the prompt use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy his life was saved and today he is a robust and healthy says Mrs A Coy Jr of San Antonio Texas This remedy has been in use for many Thou sands of mothers it at hand and it has never been known to fail For sale The Leo Haydon Drug Co ITry Kentucky StarFiour Its made used to piakeit f 7 THOMASj i wAIt j Diesfrom ffectsof BulleWouiidi Received Last Tuesday lw at Card well V Mr Thos Ward who wasshot 1 election day by Eras us Holliday died at his home at Cardwell Thursday night It was stated in The Sun last week that Mr Wards wound was not as serious as had at first been thought and that hestood an excellent chance to recover His friends hoped that thta would be the case butshortly afterjrawL the wounded man began to grow worse and died Thursday night It is reported that his death was caused by intermaL bleeding The remains were interred at Cardwell Jbriday afternoon The affair is especially regrettable because of the friendship which had existed between Holliday and Wanfc Both were young men arid weremee bers of two of the most prominent fa ilies in that section of the county Mr Ward was a son of Mr New Ward while Mr Holliday is the son of th late Jeff Holliday who about twenty years ago was killed by poison adminMK tered by a Mr Matherly Mr Holliday has not as yet been p prehended and his whereabouts are ii4 known but it is generally believed that as soon as he is indictedhe wil11 surrender to the proper authorities t SHOOTING AT BLOOMFIELD e liTwotj Wounded Last Saturday Night j An unfortunate but unavoidable killing occurred at Bloomfield Saturday night when City Marshal Louis RiecteV who formerly lived here killed twe negroes and wounded two others vlt seems that the negroes were raising a disturbance and chen Marshal Riedwl started to quell it tHe negroes set upo him and knocked him down They thee jumbed on him and it was while dowm that Mr Riedel pulled his pistol astfA reaching over his shoulder shot Oa J negro the one on top of him died i stantly while another died MpndaTi The other two men were not seriously hurt L V I CEDAR GROVE f Miss Olive Gray and brother Erneit spent last Saturday and Sunday iaif ChaplinI tt Misses Elizabeth and BlancheShirIe J spent Sunday last with Miss Tavkt Goodlett of Hardestyi pV Miss Fannie Williams was in fowa jMissestamed on last Wednes lay night Mr Will Sweeney Miss Elle Qarneyaajl brother Miss Sarah Trent and brother and Misses Tavie and Valeria Good1ett1- A pleasant time was spent by allpree tent r J Misses Tayie and Valeria Goodlettv spent Sunday with their uncle Mri Johnnie Walls of Cross Roads J Mr Earl Cheatham of near iilacit ville was at Pine Grove Sunday eye fling VV Mrs Solomon Kays spent lastSatc day with her mother Mrs SallieGbieC tHissV Sunday evening tf Mr S P Chesserwas in Sprin fiH fSaturday last on business Mr and Mrs W B Shirley apeakf last Sunday with the latter parentt f of near Polin Mr George Colvin ot WjUigbtejiy passed through this vicinity J r i7 I 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1909 I THE LEO fIA YDON I DRUG CO H 4RM AND STOCK I Zmsof1nterest to Farmers and Jf Live Stock and Poultry t Raisers 1 The manures in the surface soil are disintegrated and some of them are wasHed down to the depth the frost has gene According to a report qf the United States Department of AgriCUtue the lens of this country have produced an average of 21000000000 eggs annually taring the past ten years One big days work with the boys and the hired man to help will put the janis and the ground about the house in fine order The wife will be pleased tbo The result followiog is that the roots f the plant seek the cool moist earth fcelow if there be in it plenty of plant food and the plants supported by the loots are the more able to resist droughts that may come in manyI a Is the boy getting a btrestle talking of starting out for nimself Why not give him a working interest n the farm and show him that he does Boti have to go away to makemonev nd become incependent There is no good reason why a man vhnuld not go into debt for the farm frabhinery he actually needs provided Be knows how to use and take care ofI itt We have to make machinery tfcd place of menin these times and WE= KEEP ONLY PURE DRUGS When buying drugs mike sure about their lfi y Impredrugs wont hasten health Purity is the great essential v We protect you by specially as ert ining the purity of every drug we handle Medicines compounded of thissortofdrugsareeffedtive r rightly used it will pay every time Look well to your turkeys The grain ration must not be limited these days It is best to market all of the turkey crop if possible near Thanksgiving asI prides are nearly always good and the demand brisk lh ywill take on fat now bettejr than they will later on A few weeks of good feecftng will make thin birds plump up surprisingly besides weighing more the well fattened birds look better and bring better earlyIgobblerIFallplowed land will aIobe fund free from cutworms and other injurious insects in the spring Some of these insects try to gt below the trost line or at least to a point where freez ing and thawing in the early spring is not possible The plowing of the land turns ip these insects and though they may be stll covered by the soil leaves the ground so loose about them that Lived 1 52 Years Wm Parr Englands oldest man married the third time at 120 worked in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should be youthful at JSP James Wright of Spurlock Ky shows how to remain young feel just like a 16yearold boy he writes after taking six bottles of Electric Bitters For thirty years Kidney trou ble made life a burden but the first bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me 1 had found the greatest cure on earth Theyre a godend to weak sickly rundown or old people Try them 50cat Haydon Kobertsons ttsts SS SO SSSS SS SS S SS DoYouWant H to Buy a Farm Wt can sill you ont any size any location any price IiIYC art ready at all times to shaWyou Come and sit us Abtut 100 farms in our hands See partial list bilow No 2237 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike two c dwelling houses two stock barns 90 acres or new land plenty of grass plenty of never failing water all under good fence No 3195 acres 1 mile from Springif ld 2 dwelling houses two barns plentyof water all of farm in grass all under good fence 4Price 55 per acre No4 86J 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 1J2 mile from pike 5 room dwelling in goodrepair 10 acre tobacco barn new plenty of timber good stock barn all the farm will raise tobacco Price 45 per acre No 6rl20 acres seven room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn fine ptock barn 100 acresfine river bottom land 20acres of upland all F1under good 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 least oneh lfot the farm new land Price 40 per acre No 812 acres 1 mile from Springfield on pike 5 room dwell ing in good repair good barn under god 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 g ras except 16 acres plenty of water and rural route fine stock barn 60 feetsquare plprity of tobaccb land Price 30 per acre No 10961 acres 3 miles from Springfield close to school six room dwelling in good repair tobacco barn 36x64 good stock barn 1tinder good fence plenty ot locust posts Price 3600 LAKE BOSLEY H S r b they freeze and in this way they are iSfled if T succeed at poultry you must like it You must taKean Interest m hens You must not be afraid to be c dIa chicken crank You must go into Learn alUthe goodpointsand necessary points about the business How to breed how to feed how to classify and sell products how to satisfy the whims of customers In selecting the turkeys for market hens that are to be used for next sea sons breeding should be marked and lookedafter Dontsell to close better reserve four hens or a hajf dozen instead of only two or three as many do Your neighbors will gladly pay you a forIyou while on this subject at it will pay to keep the yearling and two year old turkey hens for breeders they lay larger eggs and produce p ults with more vitality than y unghensi Fattening hogs will usually finish faster oncornmealt1an en shelled con and many farmers favor orn meal for that reason Experiments covering the quantity fed plainly show however that hogs gwtn meal eat nioe feed in a given those on shejled coiii When both the feed eaten and the gains made are taken into conSideratIon the profit in favor of corn meal is considerably less than many suppose Corn andcob meal has been shown to have about the same value as pure corn meal if any advantage is had from cornandcob mealrsis claimed by some no doubtjargely- comes from the bulk furnished by the particles ot cob which by rendering the contents of the stotnach less com pact or more porous helps to their easier and more complete digestion Some Good MVj erIf you have dandruff get rid of it by killing the gems If your hair is falling out stop it There is one sure jremedy th lWill cure these misfortunes and aid you to remain young Parisian Sage the great hair restorers is guaranteed to permanently remove dandruff in two weeks1 or The Led Haydon Drug Go w jjl give you your money back 7 Parisian Sage stop falling halrt prevents the hair from fading It is the best beautifier for ladies hair as it makes harsh lusterless hair fluffy soft and beautiful Parisian Sage is sold and rigidly guar anteed by TheLeo Haydn Drug Co Price 50 cents a bottle It can also be procured at 50 cents a large bottle from the American makers all charges prepaid Address Giroux Mfg Co Buffalo N Y IHes a Thief Some people seem tothink that if they find goods or money alKthey have to dois to keep the same untilsome one advertises for it and if no one advertises they can convert the goods or mqhey to their own use This is not the law and those who do not comply with the law may subject themselves to prosecution for larceny Tho ewho find money or goods have a duty to per fornand the law provides that they mupt perform this duty promptly We ha je known of many instances where people would hold gpods from the rightful owner in ord rto get a small 7e ward for being honest incoming forward when a rpward was attached to the notice HAND US YOUR ORDERSFOR h JJoBlPRINTING 1THEWORKIS I TilE BEST THB PRICE IS RIGHT I k t ONf APIAL Or TWO CEti1 By LOUISE B CUMMfNGS Copyright by American Press Asso ciation Sam Calkins was strapped There was no doubt whatever about his financial condition It was 2 cents In baud literally in hand for be was at the coins lugubrious ly reniembetfing at tbe same time tbut was not even a crust of bread In the house for his wife and two little children He bud taken a chair on the porch of the Sandwich hotel because chairs there were free and be didnt belong anywhere Sam was a miner and had worked in many mines tie had been caught iu a labor storm with tile result of loss of employment His sayings were all gone there was no prospect of work where be was and be hud no means of taking himVlf and his fatally anywhere else Two men were sitting at the other eud pf the porch talking together ex citedly though In a low tope Calkins beard the word strike rind suppns lug it referred to labor matters in which be was tuteresitdheprlckedup his ears und soon discovered tbnt they referred tou strike of paying ore in some mine the name of which they did not mention Uue of the men took a package from his pocket the wrap per was d piece of nPwspaperitud- unrolling it showed his companion specimens of ore Calkins caught the words six hundred to the ton This told him that the specimens tneution j ed assayed to produce this amount out of a ton of ore After passing tbe sam plesback and forth for awhile they were rolled again In the hit of news paper and the man who had produced them put them again in his pocket Soon after both men arose aud went away Calkins would have gone away too if he bad bad auy place to go But he hadnlt Being restless he got up and walked over to the other end of the porch In a chair in which one of the men hud been sitting he noticed a little dark lump about the size of a hickory nut Taking it iplhe looked at it scrutinilngly If the Constant vein hadnt run out he remarked to himself Id swear the chunk came out ot It It was a brownish quartz and full of gold Calkins hind worked In the Constant mine which bad proved in constant While there he had taken out such ore us this But be had nurIrowera crack The mine after a search for a reopening of tIle vein had been abun jdoned and Calkins had gone to work elsewhere Personally be believed deepIand would not stand assessment Sud flonlv It occurred Culklns that the vein hud been followed nnd paying ore again struefc Then came tbe quick thought Can with only 2 cents in the world protit by what suspect if It is true1 ILie went Into tbe botel where a miningIatvsales of Constant There were sales at 6 cents a share The tock had recently stood at 4 cents tojFisher whom he knew held some of tile shares Ive got some information said the miner Do you want it or shall take It elsewhereV Im nina IWhatll you give Ten per cent ot the profit Make it JU and Ill out with ItjAll right 2U It Is1 Calkins produced his chunk of ore land told Fisher that it had come out of the Constant mine Fisher asked how be knew it but Calkins declined lo satisfy him He felt sure that If guelSslngtbeIat a sent in an order to buy it back and 10000 shares more at the market price He got OOOut i 000 ut 0 and tbe bal ance at figures rising by fractions till the price paid was 7H cents The salts were larger than for ninny months but not considerable Calkins wished to uk Fisher for a little money iii advance to buy a sup pr for his family hut dared not lest he should lead him to suspect that the whole affair was simply a game to beat him out of a paltry sum So great was his suspense that be preferred to keep away from home He was hang lug between heaven and bell The next morning when be turned lout of an outhouse where be bad slept he spent his 2 cents for a paper There iu big headlines he saw the an nouncement that the Constant vein hud been recovered richer aiud broader than before When the Mining Ex rntnoon Fisher gave his Informant a check for 12000 Fortune had favored the man whose capital wits hut 2 cents Those In the secret hud bought up what stock they wanted at private sale knowing that if they all went Into the exchange to gether they would advance th price When Calkins went hotnf loaded with good things he found ibis wife crying his children clamoring for something to cat His bankbook dried hU wifes tours nnd his bundles stop ped bis childrens clamor l Bolt Stomach Remedy Free It is an old saying that if the stomach is sound the whole body is safe because so much depends upon the proper working of the stomach Many persons find themselves with a dis order of the stomach which pro duces dyspepsia or a peculiar state of biliousnessIf from both stomach trouble and constipation you axe on the way to a very serious disease From just such con Jiakincause the waste matteii that should have throughtheblood and vitiated it What Is needed at this point is not simply a violent cathartic mqrharmtonic like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which people have been using for these ailments for nearly a quarter ofa cen tury It cured J C Lanham of War rensburg Mo of stomach trOuble of longstanding also William you of 903 Ellis son St Louisville Ky who had thai trouble for fifteen years However if you have stomach trouble you want to know from personal experience what Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin will do for you If sp send your name to the doctor and a free trial bottle will be sent you You are urged to send for the free bottle as the results from It will be the best recommendation of Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin Then you will db as yeargotoat 50 cents or according to the size you prefer We could mention hundreds and hundreds of families who are never without it You can never tell when some member of the family will need a laxa tive and then no time should be lost taking Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin If there is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or If you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There Is torlthlsservlceThe I Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Montlcello mI lor Rale by The Red crol Drug SthM Be Careful Vhat You Say In speaking of a prsons faults Pray dot forget your own Rememberthose homes of glass ISbould never throw a stone If we had nothing jelse to do Than talk of thofee who sIn Tis better we commence at home And from that point begin We have no right to judge a man Until hes fairly tried Should we not like his company We know the world is wideJ Some may have jfaults and who has not I The old as well as young Perhaps we may for aught we knojw Have fifty to their one Then lejt us all when we begin To slander friend or foe Think of the harm ione word may do To those we littleknow i Remember curses isometime3 like Our chickens roost at home Dont speak of others faults until You have none oi your own Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as thifey cannot reach the of the ear There is only one wa to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed don dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian lube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when jt is en tieJy closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nor mal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an in flamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give one hundred dollars fbr any case of Deafness caused by ca tarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family PiPe for consti ra kn I Slogans 6fmEESew Machine runs lighter than any otber FREElasts longer than any other YREE ismore beautiful than any other sGeFREEItae vibration than any other mEEis easier to operate than any other t FREEmakes a more perfect stitch than any other t FREEis of all com Lined in one FREE SEWING MACHINE CO- CHICAGO n ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK CO- Ast nt Springfield Ky I fe W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY AIIworkOffice over Haydon Barber B D LAKEInsurancAgeutSP- RINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old MasachusettaZMntnai alw y rehibte nytJieVQrld DK MW HYATT OFFrcfiOvER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to12 m 4to5m D dfJ v SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OPTICS CJ HAYDONS 8TO- ROfIIceHours 8 to 9 A 1011 to 2 p K Jtf LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House MiMISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE r TELEPHONES Day 4f Nfeh l hi 4T SCOTT MAYES t ATTYATLAW Spnngfield Ky Wthigtoandadjoiulngcounties Courts C C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State andPederalCourt8 W D CLAYBROOKE Wmh1itonmdpeals tSIMARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky BuiWiBgIiraab1ngto aISM CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER 1Springfie d Ky specialtyrwili jPhone 84 rH Mi IRUSSELL AUCTIONEER Lebanon KyRt 3 Crying of public salesa specialty Can cry sales anywheie perthan the cheapest Phone 1 long 1 short Lebanon Exchange JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And lLicensed Embalmer KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown ffandsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Uay 19 Night 74 TiiiiijIjVTHE SUN AND Sotkpa nfl yr 160Weekly lEONashvilleWeekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 175SemiWeeklyemiWeekly St Louis Globe lthriceaWeek New YorkWorld 175 175 125American 160Americanbreeders Gazette2 200FarmFarm Field and Fireside 175 asLippincotts 400Ledger435HarpersSunny South 155 eo t TjHE SPWNFIEtD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1909 3 X I S T i i MUST BE PAID BY DEC ist1cfij I After December First a penalty goes on Pay now Save MoneyyThis is my last year to collect Taxes find being duty bound to make all collections by December 1st I ask that everybody call and Ssettle without further notice and avoid trouble Sydney Osborne Sheriff Washington County K EXCHANGE EXCERPTS Sayings and tDomgs of the Press I At targe Woodford county has provided free dipping tanks for Sheep Boarding house coffee isj ieof the things that are well roastedKenV tuckv Winner r r Dont overstep yourself in an at tempt to put your best foot foremost Kentucky Fanner trrr In after years a man wishes he was half as smart as he used to think he wasBlue Grass Clipper Wives should remember that men if kept in hot water overlong will like eggs harden Glasgow Times Not gold but only men can make A people great and strong Men who for truth and honors sake IlIi Stand fast and suffer long Brave men who work while others sleep Who dare while others fly They build a nations pillars deep And lift them to the sky Bryans Commoner An old couple lived in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky He was ninety five and she ninety Their son a man of seventy died As the old folks crossed the pasture to their cabin after the burial the woman noticed a tear roll down her husbands cheek She patted him tenderly on the arm and said Never mind Jobnnevermind You know I always said we never would t raise that boySuccess Magazine There is no better way of hiding your light under a bushel than by keeping your church letter in your trunk New Haven Echo Young man beware of the peach who is the apple of your fyeShe may prove to be a lemon Marion County Leader There are two perfectly good men one dead and the other unborn Chinese Proverb We do not belong to either of the above classesdo you Western Recorder A mothers love consist 3 of all the higher elements of the different kinds of love but it has two qualities no other love hasunselfishness and un changeableness which makes it to us the most precious of all love Lebanon Enterprise The hardest thing in the world to manage is a witel The next hardest is a husband Kentucky Winner V B FRINT SALE BILLS AND PRINT THEM RIGHT Good Cough Medicine for Children and Grown Folks Too We could nardly do without Cham berlains Cough Remedy says Mrs Flora Despain of Bloyd Ky 1 found it to be so good for the croup and have used it for years I can heartily recom mend it for coughs cold and croup in children and grown folks too The above shows the implicit confidence that many mothers place in Chamberlains Cough Remedy a confidence based on many years experience in the use of if No one need hesitate to use this remedy for it contains no chloroform opium or other narcotics and may be to a child as confidently as to an adult For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co fAIR VIEW Martha Hanby Clack Gordon and sisters visited at the home of Mr Ed Yocum Saturday night Mrs Rebecca Vandaventreeis visiting at Chaplin FarjrlsMrs Fred Cheatham Lula Grigsbv and Elmo Hays are on the sick list Mrs Lidia Reynolds and brother Claud Hardm spent last week with their sister Mrs Fred Cheatham Mr Ed Moore s children have whooping cough Mrs E A Smothers and children spent afew days atthe home of L D Carney A PROSPECTIVE SNUB Phoebe You would hardly know Freddy since he got back from Eu rope lIe lost all his money there and Evelyn =Hardly knoV Him Why i snanlt know him atall Peculiar Case A very peculiar and interesting case is puzzling physicians at Carlisle Dr Earl Matthews has a patient the child of John Crump which was bitten by a cat eight years ego The cat had previously been bitten by a mad dog At the time the child had a madstone applied to the wound Recently the tidily of tie child became covered with eruptions and it manifested all symptoms of tetanus The case is said to be a very rare one and is being watched with much interest MONEY BACK The Leo Haydon Drug Co Sells a Remedy for Catarrh on that JLiberal Basis Breathe Hyomei over the germridden membrane and it will kill the germs and cure catarrh There is no other way =you must get where the germs are before you can destroy them And when catarrh germs have disap peared other things will happen there wiUbenomore hawking not even in the morning that offensive breath will lisappear there will be no moreobnox lous mucous or coughing or sneezing or huskIness of voice or difficulty in breathing All these disagreeable accessories of the demon catarrh will disk appear and as they go the glow of health will return and all the strength and energy that was formerly used in combating the inroads of catarrh will bring back your vitality and ambition will make a new healthy happy being of you in a few weeks The Leo Haydon Drug Co will sell you a complete Hyomei outfit for 100 This includes a fine inhaler a bottle of Hyomei pronounced High ome and instructions for use Sold by leading druggists everywhere Extra bottles 50 cents And bear in mind money back it Hyomei doesnt cure MIONACUreslndi It relieves stomach misery sour stom ach belching and cures all stomach dis ease or money back Large box of tab lata 60 cents Druggists w all towns J HAPPY HOLLOW Mr JohnCrow and family spent Sat urday and Sunday with his mother Mrs Conn of near Wardsville filmilyis Sunday with the family of Mr J S Inman at Shady Grove Mr W C Dudgeon spent Sunday with Mr Erastus Shields Mr J A Coulter and daughter Ef fie spent Sunday with Mr T liar desty Mr Tom Coulter and family spent Sunday with Mr Samuel Coulter Mr Erastus Perkins and wife pent Thursday with his uncle Mr Richard Perkins and wife of neat Freedom Mr Ballard Settles was in Willisburg Sunday afternoon Mrs Hence Scott spent Tuesday with therMiss Myrtle Armstrong spent Friday afternoon with her sister Mrs Erastus Perkins near here Mrs Edward Hanby and Miss Myrtle Armstrong were in Willisburg Thursday afternoon Mrs Jim P Brewer visited Mrs Bella Hanby Messrsir MLShields were in Springfield Saturday Mr J W Settle spent Sunday with Mr Solomon Kays We would like to hear from the Tat ham Springs and Maud cotrespondents Miss Pearl Hickersbn is progressing nicely with her school Mrs J M Shields and son Erastuo were called to the bbdside of hier grand daughter at Chaplin Tuesday bormng Mrs Jonn Armstrongjand daughter Miss Myrtle were in Willisburg Satur ljdaySmashes All Records As an allround laxative tonic ahd healthbuilder no other pills Can compare with Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood streng Contipationbyspepia ache Chills and Malaria Try them 25c at Hayden Robertsons BRUMFIELD Mrs Wm Armstrong ofMorelarid is visiting her Tyfrail Mr Henry Montgomery of Louis ville is i spending time with Mr iandDr and Mrs M L Pipes and little son James oflror landwerethe guests of their parents Mr and Mrs Geo Pipes fist week Mr and Mrs Rice Harmon are visit ing friends find relatives in Washington county Mr and Mrs Lee Densmof of Fork land visited their parents Mr and Mrs Nelson Denamore Saturday and Sunday Mr James Cox of Casey cjounty is here with his brother Mr Perry Cox Mr Perry Cox bought of Sam Rupley a lot Of corn in the field for which he paid 250 per barrel C T Wade and Perry Cox elivered their of tobaccolast week tol nlaroundMr and Mrs Frank Dave port of Lexington are here for a sho t visit to his raUghterhave Ky after a very Pleasant vi 1it to her sister Mrs John Mrs Isaac M Gray who fell and broke her shoulder some w eks ago we are pleased to say is improving and will soon be able to bi out Mr and Mrs Sam Hardpsty of Springfield Mr and Mrs Wmi Mussen and J J Vanderipe of Perryville are the guests of their cousin Mrs G AI Stewart this week Misses Maud and Minnie Harmon will be the guests of Mr and Mrs John Pipes this week I AND THEN THEY CLINCHED First Landlady I manage to shriek keep my shriek shriek boarders longer than you do Second Landlady 5h I dont know shriek shriek you keep shriek them so thin that they look shriek shriek longer than they really are What Would You Do In case of p burn or scald what would YOU do to rpIivethe pain Such Juries are liable to occur in any family andeveryone should be prepared for them Chamberlains Salye applied on a soft cloth will relieve the pain nlmcst instantly and unless tne injury is aI tQjhealby The Leo Haydon Drug Co t iIe lti r aa i RA1BILOUISVILLb DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year3 50 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except bunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 7UI dailyCourierJournal days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe gPost1lIdA1IIIfII IIIIhlIlIIIL1IJllu Your Stationery is your silent representative If you sell fine goods that are up todate In style and of superior quality it ought to be reflected In your printing We produce the kind that you need and will not feel ashamed to have represent you That Is the only kind it pays to send out Send your or I don to this office Weak Heart Acton There are certain nerves that control the action of the heart When they become weak the heart action is impaired Short breath pain around heart choking sensation tation fluttering feeble otherdistressing low Dr Miles Heart Cure is a medicine Especially adapted to the needs of these nerves and the muscular structure of the heart itself It is a strengthening tonic that brings speedy relief Try it For years I suffered with what 1 thought was stomach trouble when tho doctors told me I had heart trouble I had tried many remedies when the Dr MIIcs almanac came Into my hands and I concluded to Dr Miles Heart Cure I havo taken three bottles and now I am not suffering at all I am cured and this medicine did It I write this In atetendonMRS D 804 Main St CoIngtonA7 Your druggist sells Dr Miles Heart Cure and we authorize him to return of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Indal rr1IWWWWir Jio WW if J ZH t t t Z FREEI r+ J PREMIUMSj tI tTheSOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST Cmore and better premiums 4 to club raisers than any southern paper This year we are giving away IS + a lot of new and valuable pres entssome things you never saw before Anybody can get up a club for the SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST be 1 cause jtisthe best papr published + + for southern farmers and the price is very reasonable Write fprJree sample cbpv con 4taming attractive premium offers t SOUTHERN AGRlCtiLTpST Nashville Tennessee + a + d 11 818 T lcOitllE AND GO WITH Us on a grand free Mediterranean tour rWe are going fo send twenty young l women between the agesof 16 and 50 white of good character on a two 4months tour to the Mediterranean the Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco I Southern France and Italy We will pay all expenses of every kind for a thor ough enjoyable trip l tjThe tour will be personally conducted Write to the Tour Department The Herald Louisville KYFor Full Information r Subscribe Today to 1909 1909 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY Rnrfo lEwmttm last volmT FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Ye rfEVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE COPY OF THIS SPLENDlft WALL ATLAS j The Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1909 Full and Complete Engraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of 3500 ChesTheThe Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them very rare one the only picture of its kind in are nine other maps of great value among them a a United States the PhillppinesHawall Porto Rico add Panama Canal Zone also map of the World The Atlas shows portraits of all the Presidents tile Ruler of all Nations with hats of Arms rend Flags A page IS given over to Historical Kenttf from formation of Stale totfce year JStateOfficlalStucky House Railroad Commissioners Districts Dem ocratic andRepublican State Central Commit tees and State Executive Committees Senatorial FROM TOfromPanama Canal Great Lakes Porto Rico Alaska Philip of States and Coun jStates and those admitted Kentucky Governor Wall I AgentOFREE to those who subscribe I for One Year at or by Mail This price for The Evening Postdelivered 1 Co yand full descriptiontsubscribe Mfcy M p1- slue SkAiigisas Il NM SPECIAL PRICE oN THE WITH THIS PAPERW AND WALLATLAS EVENIN9 POST 350 PER YEARi r THE SERINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER ID 1909 I f SPRIN6FIELDSUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1ti UBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR- In Advance H L SMITH Editor and Publisher Watered at the postofflce at Springfield 1 Kyl for transmission through the secondclass matter Jaau f TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 4 OMear i t 1O- Ugills Months 60 Months i 25 fDIree J r Live Stock Markets v 1 Reported by Bourbon Stock Journal Bour i j bon Stockyards f a Louisville l4oy9CattleReceiPis i l for the two days 2321 the attendance of buyers was light the market Vttjuiet but little doing choice butchers teady good demand for high grade feeders and stockers and goodweight slop steers medium and common kinds of cattle dull and draggy bulls steady milch cows unchanged no heavy shIp- ping cattle here feeling about steady Tens fairly well cleared this evening CalvesReceipts 55 for the two days 210 the market ruled about steady the best 6Q7c some fancy a shade better medium 45Jc common 2i4c HogsRecEipts 1015 for two days 11355 the market ruled steady select ed 165 Ibs and up selling at 7 908 lights 130 to 165 lbs 765775 pigs 750 down roughs 725 down pir s were slow sale The market closed aboutsteady Sheep and LambsReceipts 11 head for two days 354 the market ruled slow and unchanged best fat sheep 33 c common sheep almost unsalable best lambs 5 Qbc butchers 555Jc culls 3Q4c GRAIN WHEATNo2redand1angberry Si 151 17 t No 3 rdand longberry 111113 Rejected23c lesson levee l CORN No 2 whlte ME7 No 2 mixed = == == = = vOATSlNew 2fo iwhiteL 42H No 2 mixed = = = = = = == 414 Eye Or t The prices for wheat are those paid by deal ers the quotations for corn and oats are sell Jng prices LAND SALE For sale a tract ot land in Washing ton county containing 85 acres 50 acres of bottom land on Hardins Creek and ifine tobacco land The land has good dwelling and all necessary outbuildings and lies on Springfield and Loretto turnpike 9 miles from Springfield and 4 miles from Loretto at Gasburg Will also sell one dwelling store house blacKsmjth shop and barn at Gasburg Will be sold on premises to highest bid der WEDNESDAY DEC 1 1909 J G ADAMS Phone 199A Bardstown Ky Rt k Card of Thanks We take this means to thank our friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted us in extinguishing the fire that threatened our home a few days since and assure them that their kindness will always be remembered D H HOUSTON AND SON Try Kentucky Star Flour So good Kentucky Star Flour Best made Sale of- Schoolhouse and LotI jlrida November 12f 09 1 At 300 Clock pm The County Board of Education will offer for sale on the premises the SCHOOLHOUSE AND LOT KNOWN 50ru The ouse and are on the pike near the residence of C C Christie and W E Ray The House andjLot will be sold to the highest bid der The lot contains i of an acre of viand A Terms made known on day ot sale f J W BUSH JR DURHAM Committee for the Board GALLEY HilL Hurrah for Thurman Who could re frain from shouting after suchaglon- vu8 victory It was indeed another Handwriting on the wall that pre dicted and depicted the great and joyous news that for six years more Democracy shall rule in this grand old ju dicial district We congratulate Mr Thurman His noble fight was not in vain Like the rocks of old Gibralter he stood out in his judicial majesty un daunted by the onslaught of unscrupu lous prejudice arid was carried on to victory by the iron hand of determina tion backed by the multitudes of true and tried Democrats and nonpartisans who In case of doubt chose the right man And again we say Hurrah tor fhurman Mrs Edward Goatley entertained several of her immediate friends and relatives at an elegant dinner on the 4th inst Mesdames R C Boblitt L T Brown and Bessie Riedel pf Springfield visit ed relatives in thissectioln Monday Mrs Hughey Goatley and mother Mrs Margaret Offutt were guests of Mr and Mrs JE Goatley Thursday Mr and Mis ML Troutman and Mr Jon Virgin and wife visited friends at this place Sunday Ray Piles who has been confined for several weeks of typhoid fever is con valescentat this writing The sale of Mr Ed Ross of this place on last Wednesday was well at tended and everything sold well S M Campbell was the auctioneer Garnett Simpson is suffering a very serious attack of typhoid fever having been stricken down only afewdayfc past Dr Hyatt is the attending phy sician and has secured the assistance of of a trained nurse We hope forhima ipeedyi recovery Wi F Moran purchased a yearling gelding trom Ed Ross last week for 100i This colt is by Red Bird and promises to make a splendid horse Mr J A Coulter sustained very severe injuries by being thrown from his buggy A few evenings ago His horsE became frightened at a threshing ma chine sitting by the roadside and over turned the vehicle Mr and Mrs Thos Reed Booker were guests of W T Beam and mother- S d y Jas Head returned to his home near here Monday after a weeks visit to his uncle MrW F Moran Miss Grace Simpson is threatened with typhoid fever r but her many friends hope she willjescape the dread malady r Mr M Reed is doing nicely at this writing and we hope that he will soon be out on his crutches Miss Louise Tatum entertained on the 4ih inst in honor of her eleventh birthday rvQUltea number of leI little friends enjoyed the sump tuous by her tactful repastIprepared mother hour In the aft rnoon games appeal to all childhood were indulged in by the rap py guests and all was nth and joyous romping until they were recalled to the dining room jvhere they all joined in pulling candy ofIwhich added nocentenjoYFent and sweet anticipations soncr soul in utter con tentment drivIng the cares of the heart away gave way for a full day of un alloyed happiness never io be forgotten by the many who left nice presents to show their appreciation and fond remembrance ofLouises eleventh birth day Wont Slight a Good Friend if ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get declares Mrs A L Alley of Beals Me for after using ten bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and seeing its excellent results in my own family and others I am con vinced it is the hest medicine made for Coughs Colds and lung trouble Everyone who tries it feels just that way Relief is felt at once and it quickcure surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma or Croup LaGrippe Sore Thr at pain in chest or lungs its su preme 50c and 100 Trial bottle lfre Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson for Sale 9t acre farm Jays well and is nicely improved New House and Barn All tobacco land Price cheap MCELROY WHARTON Land Agents Kentucky Star Flour Best made t PLEASANT E Mrs W H SweeneV of Louisville and Misk Ella Sweeniy df Grundy Home dre visiting Mr Alice Thompson Mr ana Mrs p R fitsey and son William were at B Jjitsey s Sun day c MissLizleLeachman of Springfield yisited relatives here from Saturday until Monday Mr R M Thompson has moved to his mothers farm and Mrs Thompson will move to Springfield this week Mrs Schoen and son of Geneva N Yare visiting Mrs Schoenes father Mr J SYankey Mr James Peter and sister Miss Sarah of Mackvjlle yisited Mr and Mrs Geo Moore Saturday and Sunday Mr S B Thompson Jr and family will move to Springfield Thursday Mr Ed Duncan of Louisville is vis iting relatives here Mrs J H Hopper gave a kitchen shower Fijidav afternoon for Miss Bertha Edgerton There were sixty very = useful articles received Refresh n ents were served at 4 p m Rev Mr McMullinof Louisville who expects in the near future to go as a missionary to China gave a very interesting talk at Pleasant Grove church Sunday afternoon Quite a nice sum was pledged for the foreign mis sion work Bro Lawson of Spring field was out and took part in tne ser vice Mr and Mrs B B Leachman visited Mrs Leachmans father Mr Lee Mc Makin at Chaplin last week Mrs W Po Merritt was in Louisville shopping the first of last week Mr J W Thompson who has been in Springfield for quite a while is with Mr S P Thompson this week Miss Jennie peach an spent several days recently with Miss Frances Lit seyIMr and Mrs Hi G Shewmaker are rejoicing over the arrival of a daugh ter on the 9th Mrs S C Van Arsdale entertained the following iladies Tuesday Mrs Alice Thompson Mrs B L Litsey Mrs N Reed and Mrs J H Hop per lL PH LOICL PHENOMENON They say that poor old Dick but water on the briiin Great Scot Sow did he divolbp that rWhat the water HNo the brain NOT MUCH ELSE cold In his HelenFreddrbasa Helen Wondering what May What Freddy had la his head MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public through the tpaperWith peopleYou its message into the homes store new in his issue Why dont you have you s Dont blame the people for flxJdng to his store They know w nt he has DrGT Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes iOld papers for sale at this office The Ladies of the Baptist church will serve Court Day Dinner in February Anew line of Childrens Hats and Caps at Half Price at Mrs Williams- WANTEDA good blacksmith at Kel lys Shop Apply to 15 LEACHMAN The newest millinery the latest styles and the lowest prices can always be found at WATHEN SHADEfsI STRAYEDA black cbw no horns bobtail from my place at Pleasant Run In formation appreciated WILL EDELBN Newest Millinery at the most reason able prices See ours before buying MRS MULLIGAN over Peoples Bank Senesofmeetmgs begins next Mon night Nov 15at Presbyterian churcn Preachingby Rev J V Logan Daily hours for worship 3 po m and 7bO p m If you are thinking of buying a gaso line engine see the MMIAMIf at A C Kimballs ESTRAY About a week ago a black Poland China boars hog weight about 300 pounds strayed on my place Ow ner can have same by paying for This local and for keeping pf hog W P MONTGOMERY LOSTA pocketbook containing 215 a pair prayer heads and a hand kerchief Had C printed on it Lost Nov 1 on the streets in Springfield Return to this office and receIve reWard The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church are conducting their Fall and Winter Rummage Sale on West Main St in the Burton building The society appreciated the help given in the spring sale and will be very thank ful for any donations to this one For fir tclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND DRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop We have a complete line of the latest styles in Millinery Our paces are the lowest and we can save you money MRS MULLICAN over Peoples Bank If you are going to buy a Wheat Drill dont fail to see the Thomas A full carload of Birdsell wagons just arrived See them Buy them Sold by A C KIMBALL FOR SALETwo farms in grass well improved plenty tobacco land 91 acres on pike adjoining Springfield 100 acres on pike near Pleasant Run JOHN DEBOE NOTICEI have installed a corn mill and feed crusher in the old Casey shop on Main St and am prepared to grind corn meal and feed stuff at all times Give me a tnal A C KIMBALL Aunt Fannie Fenwick a very highly respected colored woman died at tne home fher husband Pius Fenwick Sunday of cancer and was buried Mon day from St Rose church the funeral being attended by a large crowd Not only was Aunt Fannie held in high es teem by the members of her own race but also by all the white people who knew her For Sale or Rent A House and Lot on Texas road about three squares from Graded School House has four rooms Good barn well and garden Will rent at reasonable price or sell on reasonable terms Ap ply to MRS NANNIE J MCMILLEN Old papers for sale at this officer Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it ZL I Special OF Sal Table LinensNapkins TOwels Crashes i Now is the time to suo Iy your needs in I these lines as we are going to make I some Very Low Prices on e- mI For Next 10 Days I Prices will Go Up Shortly buy Now Ii 72 tt inch all Linen Bleached Damask worth 65c Sale Price 48c ff 70 inch all Linen Bleached Damask worth 100 Sale Price72c I 72 inch all Linen Bleached Damask worth 135 Sale Price h 93c 11 72 inch all Linen Bleached Damask worth 125 Sale Prlce90c if 64 inch Mercerized Bleached Damask worth 75c Sale PriceS0c A Mercerized Bleached Damask worth 85c Sale Price60c Red Damask worth 30c Sale Jrice 22c 1TUrkOJ Red Damask worth 65c Sale Price 45c mchTowels worth 7c each Sale Price per qzen50cU 17x36 inch Huch Towels worth 12Jc each Sale Price Eacb9c- U 19x36 inch Huch Towels worth 15c each Sale Price Each125 C I Turkish Bath Towels 12 c to 22c each worth 25 i per cent more Napkins 50c to 750 per dozen at reduced prices II All Fine Towels from 25c to 75c ro in this sale U We haye a Beautiful lot of LINEN CENTER PIECES and SCARFS A which go in Ii thlssaleJ We will also offer some Exceptional Bargains in LadleH I Suits and Cloaks during this sale Special Prides on Mens and Boys Clothing Hats and Shoes nowIII We will Save You MoneyI 1 The ROBERTSON r CLA YBROOKE CoINCORPORATED 11SPRINGFJELD KENTUCKY PUBLIC SALEOF andjWednesday Nov117 09 Promptly at 1000 oclock i will on the above date on my premises two miles fr J IIi Springfield on Villisburg pike sell to the highest and best bidder the following 2 ioyearold Mares 2 2yearol4 Mares in foal r aged Work Horse i 4yearold Mare in foal by Jack i 4yearold byhorseii Jennet i aged Work Mare i 8yearold Mare in foal 4yearold Combined Horse i 4yearold Harness Horse 45 No i Sheep 3 Yearling Heifers 3 Veanling Calves Milk C9WSor3Twenty Tons of Hay i tyohorse Vagon i Deering Binder good as nev- I Champion Mower i Iron Rake i Roller i Disc Harrow 4 Breakingup PO s Onehalf interest in O G Fan I I horse Wheat Drill 2horse Wheat Drill 3 Double Shovels 2 Single Shovels i Riding Cultivator i Walking Cultivator i pay Frame i New Wagon BediSingletrees Doubletrees Diggers Grubbing Hoes Several Sets of Wagon Gears A lot ot other Farming tools toornumerous to mention boo Bushels of Oats Three Straw RicksIio Tons of Bailed Straw i Cider Mill good as new LUNCH WILL BE SERVED ON THE GROUND r TERMS All sums of 10 and under Cash All sums over 10 a credit of 6 t months will be given Notes with good personal security payable at eitherBank of Springfield with mt rest from date will be required S M CAMPBELL AuctIoneerB Hm YO UNO J LOW ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES TO The West Southwest and Northwest VIA 2 Tft ZToLOUISI ST LouisWITHOUT CHANGE WITHOUT CHANGE Tickets on Sale First and Third Tuesdays in each i Month Return Limit 2P Days from Date of Sale XT Write for Fares and Special Diverse Rttitt ArnMeieeiik1rR F PENN T P A J P GARDNER G PLOUISVILLE KY THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WED ESIA1r NOVEMBER 101909 r q This weep we have almost ENTIRE NEW LINE of goods the very latest styles atG REATLY REDUCED PRICES Get in the push and buy at Springfields best Millinery ShopI Mrs Williams W V STALLARD D D bI I SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETU WITHOUTI Work Done in this office Is All class in every I just as advertised McElroy GUARANTEE- DtaJOver Shaders 11rst1 080808080808008080808080 8 a I Personal Notes o D D blVisitors In and Out of TownA fc Round Up otthe Weeks I Personal News 8 8 0 0800808080808080808080808 Mr A R Shultz was in Lexington Saturday Mrs Lucien Gregory left Tuesday fpraiyisibto relatives in Boyle county Messrs Irvine and Proc McElroy of Lebanon were here Tuesday Mr J C McElroy spent Thursday and Friday in Louisville Rev W H Williams was in Louisville Saturday Miss Bertha Haydon returned home Saturday after a several days stay in LouisvilleI=Mrs Mattie McDowell of Dane vile is visiting relatives here Miss Annie D Qrundy of Louisville who has been visiting relatives here has gone to Lebanon to visit Mrs J Ri MahonrMrs Mary Hughes after a visit to her daughter Mrs W W Ray has re turned to her home in Bloomfield Messrs T Scott Mayes and Will McChord attended courtin Bardstown last week DrW F Trusty spent Friday in Mackville thetweekend in Louisville with her daugh ter Miss May who was there to consult specialist in regard fo her eyes 7M Heffernan Rubel of Lebanon visited here Sunday Miss Lena Yankey of Lexington is visiting her brother Mr J S Yan key and family of near town Mr and Mrs W A Smith of Bardstown spent Sunday here Mr L G Switzer and Miss Katie Hertlein were in Willisburg and Macjkr ville Wednesday Mrs Lizzie Durrett and Miss Veola Brown are visiting relatives in Bloom r field Mr Ed Duncan of Louisville is- visitingrelativeshere =Mrs W H Sweeney of Louis ville is the guest of friends and rela tives here Mrs John Shuck McElroy enter tamed at Flinch last Friday atternoon Mr and Mrs Jesse Rapier ot Bar ston spent Sunday with Mrs i Rapiers parents Mr and Mrs C L Price fMisses Katie Cain and Flora Mudd were m liebanon Thursday Mrs Pius Whelan has returned to her home in Bardstown after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Ben F SimmsI Miss Louise Tucker was at home from St Catharine Saturday IMiss Lylhs Thompson who attends toI=Mrs W H Lea hrnan nndMrsD IR Litsey were called to Louisville by the illness and death of Mrs Leach mans brother inlaw Mr Geo Gilbert Mrs W J Schoene and son Charles Andrew of Geneva N Yt are visiting at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs J S Yankey near town Mr and Mrs Fleece Bosley attend ed the reception given by Mr and Mrs William Wallace Spalding in Lebanon last Thursday Messrs Louis Kelly Connor Wil liam s Lawrence OBryan Frank Mc Cabe and A R Shultz Jr attended the football game in Lexington Saturday J DULY QUALIFIED Proprietor of DaIryHave you had t any experience in this business Applicant I used to work in a pumji factory fit + ++ W E GREENE i BarberShop I have purchased of Mr Raymond jNally his Barber + Shop next to the Walton hoteland will conduct the business at the same stand I am always ready to serye 4my customers and ask that you give me a share of your fit patronage tit I am agent tor the Home Laundry of Louisville and have a mybarber dCleaning and Pressing call on me All work guaranteed W tit ++ + ++o +++ + + + + +++++ To The Public Having bought out Mr G L Wharton interest in +the business I will Continue business at the old stand on Main street and will do business just as cheap as the high prices of feed and horses will allow me to do I ask a continuance of patronage from all Q1 our old friends andcustomers and everyone when in need ofa nice Livery Rig Horses left in my care will be fed and properly cared for Your patronage solicited t T D TAPPfita SUCCESSOR TO fit + ++ +rt + f fi Notice to Hunters i ryThe following people announce tha their hinds are posted and they forbid hunting on their premises Parties caught hunting upon the lands of any of the undersigned will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law Moral Stay offand keen out of trouble C J HaydoQLucinda Payne Parties desiring their name placed in this list may have it done by paying 50ca name cash In advanceED i MACKVILLE Well as there has been no news written for some time I willtryand write a few items Mrs Nan ne Wilham visited Mrs W daYsl1asta e moved to the Mrs Sue Turner place We are glad to have them in our midst Several are on the sick list We are sorry to report that the little girl of Mr J N Cull is quite sick at this writ ing L The youngest childof Mr John Har mon is reported to have pneumonia We lope it will soon recover Mr John M Wycoffi left Monday for Springfield where he will begin busi ness Miss Jappa Barnetl is visiting her brother Dr W T Barnett this week Mr Qmer Hume has returned froni Louisville II Dr W T Barnett ison the side list also Mr Ernest Hume We hoe they will soon be better MrRobt Cull was at this place Sunday Mr John Foster arid family have moved to the Riley plac j Miss Vestie and SadieCampbell o Perryville visited Miss Dora Campbell Saturday night and Sunday Mr Tames and Miss Sallie Peter- visited Mrs Ollie Moore last Saturday ilighttSmashes All Records As an allround laxative tonic and health builder no other pills can compare with Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone and regulate stomach live and kidneys purify the blood streng then the nerves cure Constipation Headache25c at Haydon Robertsons PRAIN MESSAGE BYYiIRELESSI By MARTIN ANDREWS Copyright by American Press Asso ciation This is an age of rationalism Ev ery day we are more inclined to con demn superstition and certain frauds by which it Is supported But while we are losing faith in the miraculous there is a growing disposition to ex plain wonders scientifically I am especially subject to thought transference and so Is my wife When together a thought no sooner enters the head of one of us than the other gives expression to It am a scientific man and expect the time to come when one will be able to detect the subtle cause or means of this com municationSome ago I went as scientist on an exploring expedition We were obliged to enter into an ocean that was then comparatively unknown Our maps were the best that could be ob sametconvulsions beneath the sea are con stantly occurring to change the cob ditionsWe were sailing northward within a hundred miles of a coast running northeast und southwest It was neap midnight iwas sound asleep In my berth Suddenly I awoke What oc envied during this awakening I am not going to attempt to explain except negatively It was not a dream It was not a vision heard nothing ratheraconjsclousnes5 time condlItlonmydistant from me was gesticulating wildly convulsed with ter ror polntirig and crying Keep off Adwas- awake It was gone There were the usual roll of the ship and creaking of portsthere was but a fair wind Nevertheless what had occurred had impressed me thoroughly with a sense of danger I arose put on my clothes and went oil deck The otiicer in atterdeck1Therebut a broad expanse of ocean What Is it asked the officer as Joined him Why do you ask the question uphereBesides look If iayou as youd set ghost soxpethingWhat is it Thats shoreward out there isnt It pointed westward Yes Put her off to northwest Good Lord What rort It was to be without a reason What will the old man do to me Ill take the responsibility and stand between you and him Come Join be quick Theres danger ahead He se med to catch an inspiration of fear from me and gave the necessary orders As the ship was rounding to her new course went to the port gunwale and looked over thefHe came and looked over the side with me askeds dfNot that whitish line out there He continued to peer and suddenly pried under his breath Great heavens then gave the order to the helmsman to sheer off to tarboard He saw as I did a thin white line It could only be foam and could only come from submerged rocks It ran north byrwater to reappear farther on We got only a glimpse of It for our change of course ser Pd to take us away from it For d time we both stood with bated breath every moment expecting a shock or to hear the hold beneath us grating on a reef Then I went below and called the captain We saw no more evidences of the sunken reef but on reaching thE next pprt learned that it had been recently appparancedittcdfrom coast I made a note of the day hour and minute as near as the latter was pos meIIthrougbIshewas away she had dreamed she saw our ship sailing toward u sunken reef She tried to warn us off but could not dos Her terror awoke ber She looked up the date and foun11t tallied with my memorandum A reference of my warning to scien tific causes may be weakened by Its dependence on a dream Dreams are now believed to be simply mental ac tivity of the dreamer But why should not that mental activity have experiences as well as when the mind is awake And if so why could not what was experienced be communicated I can conceive of my wifes communicat ing her experience to me through thought transference as readily as I can conceive of a message sent by wireless telegraph to a vessel far out at sea This process may someday be solved How she gained a knowledge of our danger is a problem a solution of which must be more remote t Thanksgiving Have you thought about that Thanks iv ing dinner If so let us bake that Cake you will need and let us furnish you with the Refreshments you will nejed We can furnish you these things cheap makethtFresh line of Fruits Cakes CandieS Nuts Etc just received Come to see us Fresh Oysters Celery Malaga Grapes Everything for your Thanksgiving Dinner Katie Hertlein BrV FARMERS BANK Mackville Incorporated Ky I CAPITAL 1500000 PROFIT 300000 8We offer you fair treatment with C every accommodation that is con 8 5 sistent with conservative banking g O w The strength and stabilityof a o 2 Bank depends largely on its Direc 2 ablityiQ 2 the men who direct ts affairs X O We present a strong boarda o anxIg Q J M SMITH Cashier- DIRECTORS J B Peter Elvin Birch J T Sweeney Dan Mdlvey rant3Q O J W Best B G Matherlj Q J WArnoldJ- OOOOOOOOOCXXXXX3OOOOOOCXXX CARDWELL Turkey Buyers are plentiful this week The price is 12c per pound and birds are in small bunches but the quality is good as a rule E T Perkins bought of Dudley Tapp of Springfield a nice Jersey cow for 14750iTie school a t this place was dismissed Friday morning on account of diphtheria Lillie the little twoyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs J R Ward died day November 2 19 09 at 1 p Tuesj diphtheria Funeral services were con ductedat Freedom Wednesday by Bet A C Pinkston Died Thursday November 5 1909 afc 820 p m Mr Thomas W Ward from the effects of a pistol wound inflicted by Mr E G Holiday last Tuesday The particulars of the case are not knows at present Mr Ward was thirtyyeara ot age and is sur yes by his wife anH boyuiMrand is well known horsJiWiley l Graham Perkins bought atHen nessy Bakers sale a handsome fay 4Yearold 4IconntrIon the good road amendment Hendrea tyJas vote vote over and see how little attention was paid this important matter Our county is far behind our neighboring counties on good roads and this matter should be attended to Kills To Stop The Fiend The worst foe for 12 Years of John runninlICures FeverSores Boils Felons Ecze PileyBurnsHaydon Robertsons rrrrTHE SUN Aand TIMES 3 50The Sun and CourierJournal t- 1bRrw Combination Stock Sale Saturday Nov 2O OB I AT 1000 OCLOCK A M Smith Bishop will un the above date onehalf mile from Maun on the place known as the Ben McMicken farm now owned by R L Smith sell to the eighest and best bidder the following Thirty Head of orese and Mulesj Mules from Yearlings to 4yearolds 30 Head of Cattle About 500 bushels of Corn TERMS Twelve months time Notes bearing Six per cent interest aod payable in either bank in Springfield will be required- S M Campbell Auctioneer R L Smith and J F BlshO + 1Z + LET US TEST YOUR i EYES and fit GL SSES i We have just brought on the Greatest Line ofSpectacles in Central Yf Kentucky All the lat +est style Glasses and any style Rims We +can furnisK you withItheHest grade oi godstat the Lowest Prices i 21 JEW LAW IT HSJWe can Suit You in Everything in the Jewelry Line 1 ED M RUSSELL r t I 1o9q f SPECIAL HOT rissY s Apjieal and the Explana ulstian That Came Afterward t J ly BELLE MANIATES ftCopyrlght 1909 by Associated Literary Press Well Crissy what can I do for tt truked the judge of his fair joking daughter as she stood in the 4oorway of his outer office You know said Crissj gravely I lied an application with you several disbuyou pave done with my claim The judges eyes twinkled He look fled at his watch 4I am so sorry but have a press ing engagement Ill turn your case over to Charles glancing at an ad Joining desk boyJa V44 1 refuse to be turned over said Crissy flippantly applied to you and I shall await your pleasureat your desk until you return Vert well replied tilt judge 1 leave you In possession When he had left the room the two remaining Inmates were conscious of the silence The girl lUst surreptitious attorneyThe first day that Charles Dumont had entered the low flan as junior partner he had seen a wonderful vision j bvIensjudges desk He was conscious with a rush of blood to his face that his cart wasjio Jjngpr his own Crlssy seetthe effect she protluceil and thereafter she proceeded to make life miserabl for him One day she was gracious and charm ing to him the next she scarcely deigned him a glance He stood the treatment heroically for awhile then lie rebelled Quietly and manfully he told her of his love and demanded her hand had heart But Crissys young heart was not yet ripe for love and she said him nay merrily Then he accused her of being a flirt She resented the accusation BLESS youR KINv HEART SAID THE OLD vV MAN DKLIGUT DIV They bad not been on speaking terms thesilencePresently the door opened and an old man far beyond the threescore and ten limit entered His cheeks were round and rosy and his eyes twinkled good humoredly So the jedge aint in he said ra retfully Mr4 Barney began the young man yourcase Crissy saw a way now to make him speak tjher I the judges place this morning Mr Barney she said sweet ly Is there anything can do for YOur angrilybutlug Beat YOUd the Jedges daughter You look jijst like him Thank you Mr Barney Yes I am his daughter If you will state your case I will lay it before my father Well you see your pa has been try ing to get me a pension for quite a spell and some way It dont seem to get through and Tnl getting on If it d6nt come pretty soon wont be hereto enjoy It Of course you want It now Ill make father push It right through Bless your kind heart said the old man delightedly Mr Barney said Dumont coming forward determinedly we heard from Washington this morning about your case and utn sorry to tell you that it has been rejected There is a missing link In the evidence Unless you can supply this the case Is hopeless The old mans round applelike face eeeraed suddenly to shrivel Crlssy was divided between pity for him and anger toward the young man for checkmating berA bright inspiration came to her A tigerlike spring of Jier memory showed her how she could help one and disconcert the other f Mr Bartieyshe said sweetly if J were you I wouldnt try to get my pension through lawyers How would you get It he asked agerly lrd set It through by special act 6f t obgresi rdontyknow our congressman troT 1 this district and be wouldnt help an old feller like me nohow Maybe not said Crissy but I know a brilliant young congressman who Is very Influential and be would dp anything I asked him to do Ill aboutyouDumont had been watching the old mans hope IFtumined lace while she spoke He lame up to her resolutely and said In a low tone Crissy don raise false hopes He dlsappolutmentCrlssy stared at him coldly then she addressed Mr Barney Tell me all about your case and I will write at once The old man delightedly plunged Into an inexhaustible account of battles soforthscratching wildly over the paper See if this will lor sin asked My Dear jGeorge Vou once said that there was nothing In the world thdt you would refuse to do for me want some thing very much now ondl know that youtotryingtoJettape they have failed through some tech nicality His name Is Leartus F Barney twentyd1tt1geant He served a full term and re enlisted was wounded al Fair OaRs and was afterward taken prisoner Will you get his pension through l y special act I remember that you did thr tljfQ sol rememberwiltbelieveever your devoted CRISSY That will fetch IrNsafd the old man gleefully Now I will address it Hon George Quaclie bush IC Washington D c Now we vvll go toether and majljt v Later When the judge came back Dumont asked him if be could be put on the Gridley case arid make the western trip- Indeed you may Dumont replied the judge We will all be too glad to shift the case oft our bands to you Crlssy Qokwl crestfallen and disappointed sthen her father told her the next day that Dumont had gone west and would be goiiefor a mouth He might at least have said good by she thought Her buoyancy vanished day by day and she grew pensive and pathetic Til never trine ngnlnhe thought sadly In a months time Dumont returned and reported his success Ir the Gridley caseHow Is Mjss Marsh 1 askedIsillily after tuey hud case3rissYhnsn been very well lately but shes positively happy today near ly as happy as old Barney Hes his pension St2 per month and a good bit of back pension It came through special act It seems Crissy wrote to a friend jof hers who Is a congress man Yes I know she did he replied with a bitter recollection of the tiny It was written George Quackenbush married CrlsJ sys moss Intimate friend informed the judge He Is married exclaimed Dumont joyfully Yes replied the jUdg he wouldnt have been If it hadnt been for Crlssy She patched up a lovers quarrel be tween him and the girl he married and In the joy of reconciliation be offered to do anything she ever asked him By the way hadnt you better go and see Crlssy But the young man bad already started toward the door Something Struck Him A motor was tearing along a country road the other day when policeman suddenly loomedinto view near some crossways and held up his band The driver feeling himself guilty of ex ceeding the ill II slowed up with a grunt of vexation while visions of police court proceedings and 40 shillings and costs flashed upon him What is it said he irritably ns the machine throbbed slowly past the po liceman Well sir I must Look here constable interrupted the motorist Pick this up and keet your mouth shutAnd a half sover eign dilnked upon the road The policeman quickly stooped his blue official back and in a twinkling the motor had bounded on the driver chuckling with glee at having escaped the law Some twenty minuteslater that same motorist was heard to murmur on re covering consciousness wonder If that policeman slmpfy wanted to warn me that a tree had fallen across the roadLondon Scrapsr Japanese Mushroom Growing The Iapaiiese have an Interesting method of growing a kind of mush room known as the wood mushroom Agarkus shitake This species which Is much prized nsa food In Inpan Is related to the so called honey fungus a species very destructive to the roots of trees and woody plants This latter species it may be noted Is one of the causes of phosphorescence In decaying wood The Japanese method of grow ing their mushroom seems to consist in preparing the ground for It A cop- pice of red oak beech or chestnut of some twenty years growth Is cut down just niter the full of the leaf The wood Is then left lying for a hundred days It Is then cut into lengirs of three or four feet and the logs are lacerated with large pruning knives Spores settle on the wounded parts and the mycelium of the fungus spreads through 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ladles of those Pennsylvania towns got together after they reglments departure add made a lot of pajamas for the sol diers Pajamas were a new thing in those days smart exclusive etc The ordinary man wore 4 nightshirt Those pajamas In a half dozen big duJyCubuwardbut bank The ladles waited about a month They then Wired to the colonel a genial whole souled Cdnsho hockener pajamaspajamasStory is a He out of whole clotb- probably fabricated by enemiesto ruin me politically Admit am not to pajamaslastadelphia Bulletin True Living He liveth Iqhgr who liveth well awayReyThengoTheIs the ripej fruit of life below Horatio Bonar His Knowledge of the World A newly appointed Scottish minister realpoorness the Collection Mon rvplledyone of the elders they are veru close Butronfidentially the Auld meenister he put 3 or 4 saxpence Into tile plate hisser jiist to gh them a sort Of course betook the uxpenses awn with him aft erwardsThe minister tried the same agaInhadtotal collection was not only small but ownssixpencesYe may be a Letter preacher tban the auld nieenlster exclaimed the elderulut if ye bad half the knowl edge 6 the1 world an o yer aln flock Ini particular yed ha done what he did an glued the sixpences to the plater A Suggestion certain retired merchant of Pitts bu g is in the good old phrase as tight as wax but tIns a iassion to be considered a spender and good liver he rer neglecting an opportunity to re fE to his wine cellar etc A short knowniprodUledanil the glasses were tilled The host held his to the light then drank and smacked his lips What do you think of that hey n he suggested Why+ervery good the guest thetabJefa ii confidential tone know a place svhpre you can get wine even cheaper thip thisBrooklyn Life Net Expecting a Flood An old lady recently bargained with a cabman standing outsld Colcbester railway station to Into the town The sum lkett urn the dame returned Into and soon reappeared with twp parrots in cages which she handed up to the cabman Again she journeyed to the platform and brought out two cats A third trip she made bringing back a daintily dressed fox lerrler and a fourth expedition was interrupted by cabby exclaiming Beggin your pardon maam but jou aint expectin a flood iope Dear me no was the reply Whatever made you ask that ques Oh l1sa11 right maam said jebu 1 thought Id ask cos 1 aint certain as ow my horse can swim and 1 fancied by the look of your lug gage that you were atakiu my keb for a Noaks ark =London Answers On Dropping Your Faults You will find It less easy to uproot faults than to choke them by gaining virtues Donot think of your faults still less of others faults In every person who conies near ypu look for what Is good and strong Honor that rejoice in it and as you can try to Imitate It gild your faults will drop off like dead leaves when their time comes Ruskln f The Honorable Board- S m Rawson occasionally said a good thing and one of these occasions chanced to the the town meeting The people of Saws village could not un derstand IIQW the money appropriated for the roads hud vanished with such poor results A stretch of rpad run ning past ams house was Ipnotorl ously condition declared thatbe had paid liberally to have it in good order and there wasgenerai Interest when Sam rose to make his statement before the select men Id Just like to say one thing he irawled heedless of the fact that he had Inter ipted an indignant neighbor I dont want lo make any fuss but Id just lllp to nsi the honorable board hlghwilymen VK That wjart as far as heNrould get A roar of laughter swept overthe town meeting and showed its erects in the Ted fAces of the highwaymen HEARD ENOUGH Alrf Changed the Playful Grtln 1 In tended For Miss Edythe Algy ws calling on his best girl Miss jEdythe St Claire Miss Edythe andAlgySuddenly light footsteps were heard In the hall and Algy being of a play ful disposition said gleefully Ill Just stoop down behind the big easy chair and when Miss Edythe comes in I will appear suddenly and surprise her Yes do said Edythes mother It will be such a good jokeiBut something had occurred to dls turb Edythes self poise She ices out of sorts when she came in Anyone here while was out she inquired Why do u ask questioned her smiling manima Because that insufferably tiresome Algy Vervalri My dear My dear said he was going to come poking up Edythe Edythe I And 1 am so glad he didnt for I Edythe njy daughter abominate the of him Hes1 so stupid mid conceited andV Edythe 1 beg of you Now mamma you have said so yourself many and many a time and ObEdytblIm sure Why indeed you have ma91mnL You said the other day that he reminded you of that organ grinders mop key andV s IIkeep Edythes girlish shriek arose as Al ry did and Instead of the playful Boo he Intended to utter nothing remained but to say as stiffly as possible I bid you good night Miss St Claire and to depart and return no more Efficiencyfin an auto- mobilist went to Germany In his rirto see the army maneuvers He was Impressed with wbat be sate and espec- iallY with the brigade of motor ambulances motor baggage wagons and so forth As the tourist watched the maneuvers from a seat under a tree the title of n motor ambulance broke Instantly the men leaped outran Into the village returned in a jiffy with a wontlerfulagain as good as new Theiitieit said the Amer- Ican tourist Theres German efficiency for you No matter what breaks thencAnd praising the remarkable exam ple of German efficiency he had just witnessed the tourist returned to the village and ordered tip his car to find he couldnt use it as an axle was miss ing The Spirit 01 Nature That spirit which jsufflces quiet hearts which seems to come forth to such from every dry knoll of seir grass from every pine stumpand half imbedded stone on which the dull March sun rhlnes comcb forth to the poor and hungry and to fcuch as are of simple taste If thou fill thy brain With Boston and Newh York with fashion and covetousness and wilt stimqlate thy 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Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Louisiana ahd itsouthern portion of Indiana and IllinoistCUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY JIncorporated f r THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the time and smallest expense and prepares the young people for the beetlam tisliicjg tCLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS lves a complete course in R and most todate m of Actual Practice B and Shprthawi aiij gradtaisPlacesr School is in Session all ike Year Individual lastrrctlea ail Eared students ass days Get full particulars from the editor of this or Key Granville W Lyoii or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky A 1THESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1909 i 1THEBIHG CHESTNUTS JlShotat Squirrel That Brought Down a Girl l By LAWRENCE CLAY fWpyrlght 1909 by Associated Literary Press J The first frost of the season had toe and Miss Dolly Meserve was on 1 BK way down to the back lot with lasket on her arm A Dig chestnut feee hud stood there for uo one could ftfiaembeY how long and this fall it 1 hung loaded with burs The 1tot probably hud opened hundreds of back lot was half a mile back if Farmer Meserves house and the girl with the basket was his daughter wko had just completed a term at a owainary and was home for good It eras a biting morning and she bad fenned her mothers hood and shawl Md borrowed a pair of yarn mittens mBrother Will Yes the frost and the morning 9reeze had done their work A bushel tIC chestnut peppered the earth and amore were falling and the basket Miss Dolly had brought held only about a res Toy DAVE you HAVE TRIED TO KILL ME JIPO quarts She was a girl who doted chestnuts and hadnt had any fo- raree years so it was eato tell what she would do on finding the ground eorered with the Sbe sat down arid feganto shuck und eat She tthth4 Let back to the wind smuggled the old gray shawl closer und began to- eat and eat and eat She bunted for tbe very biggest bpd fattest anddldnt mind the squirrel chattering and scold 3kg on the limbs1 above She knew be was there to get his slltareand she bad a half formed idea 4Kat wben she got through eating she would throw clubs and give him a rare Had she been familiar with Squirrel lore she would havE under stood him during the first five min- irrtes to be saying 1Ve Iupon my soul this Is cheeky of you Havent you ben break Est Have you got to lay in a store m starve through the winter Go to jpfirf and give us squirrels a show Pretty soon sbe noticed 1bat his clatter bad changed but she didnt Book up nor try to interpret it What Vf was saying was A young man A young man A dung man is coming tbls way Grf course Miss Dolly would have crumbled up to look for the young SMUT and make out whether be was tall r short lh ht or dark handsome or bn ely Not getting the alarm she continued to devour fat chestnuts Hes got a gun Hes got a gun Kes got a gun on his shoulder ex claimed the squirrel as he hid behind crKmb and peeped out with one eye They ought to have been plain to the girl as Greek bat she never even missed n bite It couldnt be charged that she was thinking of a man young or old ands loan absentminded mate And bes going to pepper meme aaet shoutecj the squirrel as be disap peared into a hollow limb This time Miss Dolly faintly compre 1IICreamtOme to hear the squirrel shrieking wt Hes shot a girl Hes shot a girl lies missed me and shot a girl hatIRlt What btvye done Whats happened cried tie voice of matt bending over her und Miss Dolly shrank away and looked up to see a yonng man with it gun in his hand at Bet side Her hand was clasped to her chin and blood was oozing from under 5ef fingers r I Fare wounded you gasped the yotrng man as he turired pale uYes you have You have tried to BfH me noh no no no shot ntn squirrel 16 the tree I give you my word I shot sta squirrel ground1evYes but one oqbe shots must have silljck tf knot ana jbeen deflected J1 am sorry so sqrryolI cant tell yo Sow sorry 1 nm May see wound Perhaps the shot only ad oil tlj Mid perhaps 1 shall carry a ho 1I0 lN ble scar there all my 11tefsbe re a stamp of her foot You Plledlwith man to be given charge of a uqHow many other folks have you killed or wounded this morning h l for him Doily go for him- cliutt red tbegquirreJhBe tried to kUig and dont you let him talk about any deflected shot So sorry you know so sorry jthe young man kept stammering I wouldnt have Shot you for 5 Hon est wouldnt Is it a bad wound Is it painful Do you think it is mor tail fiI fear it Is replied Miss Dolly as a spirit of mischief bubbled up Yes it may be fatal and dont know what excuse you can urge before a coroners jury You will be declared my mur derer He will He will Whoop He will chattered the squirrel So sorry so sorry said the con fused and upset young man cant call an umbulanre here you know and und dont see any doctors signs around Can Ibelp you home und then then I think have the strength to walk home but you ratty run to the village und tell Dr Smith that you have shot me and ask him to come Tell bim Its probably a mortal wound Tell hint that itrs MISs Dolly reserve you tried to kill Better throw away that gup or youll be shooting the doctor Yes yes surely will Yes Ill get Dr Smith So RorruO know Do you think you cua 1 ncbbome without help Yes teertaiuly And he was gone Itwas trffi that some of the bird shot with which the gun had been loaded hud struck something und been deflect ed Two of them were burled in the Tufted hood and two or three others were found In the folds of the heavy shawl Only one had struck Miss Dol ly as she raised her face and that was in the center ot the chin It hud not penetrated deeply As a matter of fact she dug it out with her fingernail on the way home The doctor arrived in his gig with his horse on the gallop At first he was inclined to be angry but when the story was told and when u little plan was unfolded he laughed und offered his services Two hours later when Will Bailey sou of Lawyer Bailey of the city called at the farmhouse to repeat that be was so sorry and to suy that he vas visiting the Scotts and doing a little shooting be found a young lady on the sofa wlffi her head chin and neck done up and a strong smell of drugs In the room He was told by j Miss Dolly that the doctor hud said that she would probably pull through if given the best of care und he yent away a happy young man He sent to the city for flowers and fruits and books He presented rotberum with the shotgun and he told the fa Jhdr that he would be only too happy to pay nil expenses Of course the patient began toget better At about the third call of the would be murderer she had dispensed with most of the bandages At about the fifth there wus only a piece of plaster covering the woundI After three weeks he called one afternoon to find the plaster gone and after a look he cried out Why Miss Dolly youve got the prettiest dimpled chin in all America Really uow but No it was a month later that he proposed And he took her down to the old chestnut tree where the squlr ref chattered I thought so thought so First you shoot a girl and then you tell her how much you love her und ask her to be your wife Go on both of you Mothe Young people look in those eyes listen to th dear voice arid notice the feeling of even a touch that Is bestowed upon you by that gentle hand Make much of it while you baye the most precious of all gifts a loving mother Read the unfathomable love in those eyes the kind anxiety of that tone and look however slight your pain In after life you mny have friends fond deartklndJrIendsbut never will you e pressibie love and gehlleness lavished upon you which none put a mother be- Stows Often do sigh in my strug gles with the hard uncaring world for the deep sweet security felt when on an evening resting on her bosom 1 listened to some quiet tale suitable to my age read in her tender lintiring voice Never can forget her sweet glances qjist upon me when appeared asleep never her kiss of peace at night Years have passed away since laid her by my father in the old church yard jet still her voice whispers froi her Srav and her eyes watch over mf as Hvisit spots long since hallowed by her alemoryLord Macaulay Stern Reality ul dreamed last night that begin ning with n hundred dollars pyra mided my bets on the stock market so that in a little while I had 2000 000000 said one of the artist ct ony in West Sixtyseventh street the o her day A crowd of people came to me and besought me to cease speculating They pointed out that I had more money than could ever spend und ttratif + iept on would own all there was in the wurluoI replied that wanted 4 billion dollars more for my own use and that I proposed with the two billion I already bad to establish a great Institution where all the artists and writers and sculptors might work free Tram pecuniary annoyances ribel raise the standard of beauty in all tic arts throughout the world The 1st tuna whojonme to beg to stop mil k Jfor none was my attorney turns Caeaf ato his entreaties and finally iie sternly demanded of me the 2pft tb at1 had burrowed from him last week Then 1 woke upNew York Press Imn THECHILflRENB- lin Mays iSinging Si hool One layer must be bUnd olded to take thp part of the teacher The rest of the party compose the clas i and sit doa line facing her She then informs her class that they will begin the lesson by staging tile scales The head girl or the one at the end of the line Immediately slugs Ah and the nest Alia little high er or rower just us she chooses ajid so It goes all the why down the line each singing a note ill any way that she may wish The teacher must listen attentively and any time she thinks she recognizes aj voice she stops the class and calls the singer by name If she guesses correctly she changes places with the I ppU who in turn be comes teacher but if not she must kee nIa n Jw teacher is select ed the whole cJljSmust change seats so that the voice rauy not be recognized by the direc Jou from which they come A little variety ay be introduced Into the game by ringing a well kiiown song instead of tlie scales each pupil sln lug the word whlc1t comes toi her to supply It is h privilege of each teacher to direct her class to sing wbater r she may choose either song or exercise THe Sea and Her Children All the players but one stand in a circle Each oud is then given the name of a fish by the player on the outside who represents the sea hesea walks around the outside of the ring calling her children one afte uin other by the names nrlilnli have been henrIor those who heave alre dy formed into a line behind the lea btencallesea is troubled elS1 is troubl d Suddenly the sea licks pa shell f om the center of whe e tLe ring of play era was at first fornied All try to do shfUSenoughceptiou of one the o le who is left without a shell Becomes the sea for the next gume J As in all outdoor plays gentleness must be learned nd practiced Vhen rhe11 cannot be pro curial for the gun rl Apples or utits may be used f ShadoW Plot ires Shadow pictunw are jjreat fun es e chilly for children nre too sliyrto bItheta und the nUtlh lice It you give a Khadovr jilny let someone read the story thai Is being actfd while tile players brln l in npproprtiite gestures in the rigljt daces The plniys can be made funny for any animals that are needed cart be cut out of card board anti the more grotesque they are the better Then the players cnn themselvesterss can out handfuls of their curls made from shavings and In dueling they can appear to run each other through with storyIpreparation A Few ICbonsI In tearing down ad old farmhouse inn northern Michigan ithe other day the men toppleddown a chimney that had not been In use for thirty years and two coons were kl led by the bricks land five others got alway IThe cunning animals had seen that aridIyears years They reached t e chimney by climbing a tree and then jumping to the roof of the house Ballon Horseback For this game half the players niust be mounted on the hacks of the other half Catch ball Is hm played lathe ordinary way the riders doing the throwing and Tcntcjhlng white the steeds do their bestj tb help them by likelyistronger boys should be the IThe and take the smaller ones for riders Conundrums Why Is It easy to break into an old mans garden Because his gait gate Is broken and his locks are few Why isa child in its muthers arms like a pocketbook r Because It is clasped Why is a drawn tooth like a thins forgotten Because it Is out of the beady The Lost Boy One day smalleEdgar and his mother got separated ina department store downtown and stepping up to the floorwalker Edgar said Please mis ter have you semi anything ota wo man without u little boy If you have Im that little boy How He Went 1 Hunting SOdnetoo a shot today At a little hedsllnff bird 111 Cruel boylI hear you say Walt a bit until youve Heard How ho did It First you see Sydney crept up ifilyJr near To tho gnarled old apple tree Where a nest wais ttullt this year t There upon a slender twig Clear against the great blue skyI Perched a blrdllnp Just so big Making up Its mind to fly Sydney made a lucky shot Killed iq No It liked the fun Twas a snapshot that he gotIWith a camera not a gun chicago News j t 1tadd t The ABC andX Y tiADVERTISINGA wrlttea by Seymour Eaton of Philadelphia IN O The owner of ai retail hat store writes me to ask how to advertise hats I dont know J thought much about hats Ten to one I should do something revolutionary perhaps advertise to buy the customers old hat As a rule he is glad to get rid of it Of course that would cut the profit in two but then the sales would multiply by ten or perhaps by fifty and the store would get talked about Perhaps I wouldnt do that at all I make the suggestion ifTI owned get up make some sort of a noise not stand around behind the counter leaning on everything waiting for a customer who is six blocks away on the other side of the street going north to change his mind come back cross over and by mere chance in his hurry notice that I have hats in my window Tell a hundred thousand men who wear hats and who buy two hundred thousand hats a year that you have the goods the kind they are looking for If that doesnt wake them Up then give away a hatband and a necktie and a pair of gloves cram the hats full of- ham sandwiches do something Your businesses to sell hats not store them I have no patience with the retail dealer who depends on the sidewalk and the weather for his trade But it isnt necessary to be sensational simply make readable news of your advertising It is the business of the newspapers to distribute news and if I want a moderate priced stylish hat your adver tising is ten times more interesting to me than the Associated Press dispatch that some galoot in Okla homa or Texas hanged himself Good advertising is news Print this on the ceiling over your bed sothat you will read it first thing every morning when 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