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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 12i td 1 ff Lm irJttIMt rr Itrftb IJ f I i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY In = i rt d J VOUME I VSPRINGFIELD Ip KY WEDNESDAY MOVEMIER 17 1909 j NVMSERU l IYOUNG AND OLD V laveEJeen Summoned by peaths Messenger During the S Past Week t J CLYBROOKEtr The sad news has been received here of the death of Hubert H Claybrooke Tweich occurred in Scotsbbrp Ala yesterday at 5 p m Typhoid pneumonia was the cause of Mr Claybrookes death Mr Clavbrooke had been sick for only a few days and it was only yes terday morning that his relatives at this place were notified of the serious ness his condition Immediately his mother nd his brothers W Di J R J S and John left for Alabama but arrived after the death pf Mr Clay brooke Mr Claybrooke was born about thir tytwo years ago near Texas in this county and was the son olNMr and Mrs J R Claybrooke two of the most HelwasE fcejng the first to occur in the family Mr Claybrooke spent the early years of his life in this county after which lie went to Cincinnati to engage JDh business He was quite successful there but seeing a good opening Iettandt went to Scottsboro Ala where he en busi ess Aibeginningup and ao the time of his death was enjoying a lucrative trade About six years ago he married Miss of Viola Butler of Scottsboijo and to this union three children were brneaHuberfrCIaybrooke of fine character and fine ability and ppossessedgene manly bearing characteristic of the Claybrooke family Under any circumstances this death would be sad but when it Vs recalled that his is the irsttooccurin the family of Mr andI Mrs Claybrooke it especially so PEYTON z i Uiedat her home five miles from Springfield Mrs Melissa Peyton of paralysis ofvthe brats Monday Nov 15at 1130 p m Mrs Peyton was born in this county July 26 1854 andwas a member of the Purdom family which tor many years bas been prominent in the Texas neigh foorhood Some years ago she was mar Tied tq Mi thre wealthiest arid best known men of this county Mr Green died about ten years ago and about four years ago Mrs Peyton was married to her pres EDt husband Mr J Bailey Peyton of Tennessee Both marriages were filled with happiness for the contracting par ties Mrs Peyton had been in bad health for some time but on the night of her death was apparently better than usual and anthe best of spirits She ha written a letter before retiring but shortly thereafter complained of a se vere pain in her eyes and the back of her bead Mr Peyton immediately arose and summoned medical aid but when the physicians arrived she was beyond relief and died at 1130 oclopk The funeral services were conduct this morning at 10 oclock at Bethlehem church of which the deceased had for years been a faithful member Mrs Peytopwas a Christian and a charitably woman who commanded the admirationnd respect ot all who knew her and came in contact with hevr Besides her husband Mrs Peyton is survived by Dr Jas F Peytoni ot Lou yule Rev R L and W S Purdom of this county and It sister who lives in Boyle county THOMPSON The many friends of the family livirig here and those who remembered the ybufti weret grieved to hear of thede crib f ofJW Thompson Jr whichoccurrea at the home of his parents Judge and Indianapolisiast cause of death J W Thompson Jr was born hereabout fifteen years ago and was the third child of Judge and Mrs Thompson While still quitea child his par- tscu moved to Indianapolis where they have since resided J W with a fine character and intelligence under the tutelage and training of fond and Christian parents had grown froth childhood to be a splendid youth whose prospects tor the future were of the brightest when he Was summoned to answer the final call He was a devoted member of the Episcopal church and was a member of the choirat his church in Indianapolis The remains were brought here Sat urday night and the funeral services conducted on Sunday by Rev R E C Lawson The remains were interred in the Thompson lolj in Pleasant Grove cemetery Y quROBERTSON Little Dudley Robertson the four yearold child of the late J It and Mrs ffie Robertson died Monday morning at 1130oclock ofa complication ofI diseases Dudley was one of the twins and while his litt alwaysIbeen robust he had never gQodI The little fellow was laid to rest yes rday afternoon in St Dominics cemetery A host of friends sympathize with rs Robertson in her bereavement 10IEDELEN W K Edelen the threeyear old son Mr Will Edelen died at the home of his father near Manton yesterday and was buried at St Rose morning To the griefstricken n we extend our sympathy HIGHPRICES Being Realized For Leaf Tobacco- at Both Houses Some at 20c Last Saturday Three large tobacco sales have been held on the loose leaf markets below town during the past week At each sale large quantities of tobacco have been disposed of at fancy prices ranging from 10 cts to 20 cts per pound On Thursday the Farmers Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co sold 54000 pounds at an average price of 11J cts per pound while on Saturday on the market 75 000 pounds were sold averaging 14 cents per pound The Washington County Tobacco Ware house Co sold about the same amount and at about the same price Todays sale brought about 65000 pounds to the market of the Washing tori County Tobacco Warehouse Co ndj daLoose Leaf House At both places the bidding was lively and the prices good The sales at the Farmers market were held held lo late for The Sun to publish but at the Washington County Warehouse market so eof the best sales were as follows MRS W H DUNCAN 160 pounds J1812 40 pounds gj v18ic 165 pounds YaZiZ J W ARNOLD V 265 pounds I7c 270 pounds a V17AC J H COYLE 185 pounds f 17c R T BEqLEY 340 pounds vv18cj isYOUNG COLVIN 530 pounds 18 c T B FLAUGHER 465 pounds Q 1 Scto 410 pounds U 18c 400 pounds Cl 17cno 425 pounds gl 3t The buyers who hale been on c market are Messrs Moss Lake Gr hey Howard and Blackmoore PRENTICE BOBmTT Shot and Probably Fatally Wound ed Last NightNegro Who sot Him is Still at Large Capture Expected at Any Time Last night at 6 dcloc in the rear of the lobby of the Walton Hotel and near the dining room door Henry Stites a youn mulatto waiter at tHe Walton shot and probably fatally wounded Prentice Boblitt a welt known young man of this place From all that can be gathered it seems that the negro some little time before the affray had cursed Neal Bob litt a younger brother of Prentice and that later on Neal accompanied byw Prentice returned to the hotel to in ire why the negro had cursed young Boblitt When approached by the two young men so it is alleged and asked whyhe had used the insulting language of which he had been guilty the Stites boy is said to have pulled his pistol and fired one shot which penetrated the abdomen and bowels of Mr Boblitt The negro than ran through the back part of the hotel and into the open and was lost to view Mr Boblitt was taken tq Haydon Robertsons Drug Store where a pre liminary examination was made by Drs iMudd Ray and Lampton He was later moved to his home and Dn McChord was called m to assist in th operation which was performed by him and Dr Mudd and thebullet one fired from a 38 caliber pistol was found lodged in the muscles of the back lIt had entered the left side of the abdomen and coming in contact with the large intestine had cut it for a length of five or six inches after which it lodged in the muscles of the back After removing the bullet the physicians sutured the injured intestine At the time of the shooting suppe- ngwas served while the lobby was fillet with guests and whoIquickly fled at the report of the pistol The shot was fired at such close range that Mr Boblitts clothes were burned Blood hounds were last night brought out from Louisville A posse led by Marshal Grace started out with these to look for the negro but after trailing him to the home of Louis Montgomery lost the trail altha it led towards Jim town Nothing has been heard of the boy but it is thought that t will be but a short time until he is apprehended Mr Boblitt who in the soft of Mr and Mrs Richard C Boblitt and a partner in the livery firm of R 1 Eoblitt 4 oIS in a very critical condition and his recovery is very doubtful Thenegro who did the shooting is a son of Uncle Stites who used to cIea up the clerks office and the lawye offices about town The boy has bee way from here for some years and returned only about two months ago Old Relic Mr Oscar Vandivier the wellknown rural route mail carrier has in his pO- ssession a most interesting relic in the hape ofan arithmetic which is now 108 ye rsold The entire book was penned with a goose qjiill there not be ing a line of printing Ipit It contains all the departments found in the modern arithmetic and the writing and figures sire nearly executed The book belonged to Mr Vandiviers great grandfather Charles Brown who live in this county m the pioneer days Mr Vandivier v ilues the book very highly die is thi king of donating it the State Historical Society at Frankfort and in this event it would doubt attract much attention Harr rodsburg Republican Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to snake it J RESIDENT TAFT ISSUES i i OFFICIAL PROCLAMATION v OF THANKSGIVING DAY i Washington Nov 15 Thursday November 25 was today officially pro claimed by President Taft as Thanks giving day The Presidents proclama tion was issued as usual from the State Department where it received iheseai of the United States The following is the text of the proclamation By the President of the United States of America i A proclamation The season of the year has returns when in accordance with the reverent custom established by our forefathers the people of the United States are wdnt to meet in their usual places of Jhip on a day of Thanksgiving ap pointed by the civijt magistrate to re turn thanks to God tor the great mercies and benefits which they have enjoyed II During this past year we have been highly blest No great calamities or flood or tempest or epidemic have befallen us We have lived in quietness undisturbed by wars or rumors of wars Peace and the plenty of bounteous crops Crop of fine and All to They ar that is now ending has been a very favorable one for the farmer to the monthly crop report from the State of which has just been issued by Assistant W This is the last that will go to the farmers for this year as it is pend its service the win ter months when there is nothing upon wnich to report was no recurrence of dry weather such as injured late crops to such a consid erablq extent last year The report says in part On the whole the year has been a- very one for the The weather has been almost ideal farming weather since July 1 from which time this report The drouth of the past year was not evident as ram fell durin tile month of July and with the Of some localities during August and of when it was real dry the farmers were to every crop and house it nicely average wheat yield for this creased and can bemade possible if t le proper rotation of crops is proc t cod by the farmers A large acreage of corn was planted this year and fact is the largest for many years fnot the largest yield ever planted and more was given to seed selection and proper cut tivation than ever before 1 ed a series of contests for boys and girls and wherever they have been held they have been very successful A of counties are having corn shows and it seems rh will be a rival against the great s of the West The average yield for th State this year is thirty bushels per acre The oats crop in this year was a good one as against a failflre of last year An average yield if yoiare thinking of buying a gaso line engine see the MIAMI at A C and of great industrial ani mate a cheerful and resolute people to all the renewed energies of beneficent industry std material and moral progress It is fitting that we should humbrahd acknow ledge source of these bless logs I hereby appoint Thurs day the 25t t day of as a day of general and IcaU upon the oeople on that day l aside their usual vocations to repair their churches and unite inappropriate services of and thanks to Almighty God In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused thre United States to be affixed Done at the City of this 15th day in the yea ot our Lordone thousand nine and nine and of the o the United States the one hundred an WILLIAM H TAFT By the President P C KNOX State Good Year for- KenttxcKy Farmers Corn Shows Heavy Increase And a Record Yield Burley Conditions Oops Good Mules Hard Buy t Kentucky according Department Agriculture Commissioner James Kankin report susrbulletin during practically There tavorable farmer covers enough exception tHerstprt September enabled harYfest nThee aboutrs innin attention maugurat corngrowing number Kentucky contending corngrowing Stated Kentucky complete Kimtralls- I I production altogether gratefully Therefore November thanksgiving praise Washington ofNovember Independence thirtyfourth Secretaryof Tobacco Weather Hrghand for the State thi syearis twenty bushels per acre The hemp crop this year was exceed ingly light and the prospects for a good price are goodI The rye acreage is very small in the State and anH average yield is only about nine bushels per acre Practically no barley was raised in the StaterAbout the usual crop pt dark tobacco was grown possibly aj little less tha last yea rand the average yield Pr duced The acreage of Burley tobacco was very large being about the largest if not the largest ever grown in theI State The qualitv is good and the ayerage yield is about 900 pounds per acre for the State The fruit crop taken as a whole was very light In some localities there is a good crop of apples Peachescher ries plums and strawberries were very light Horses are holding ups fairly well in numbers and are selling at a very good price the average being 101 for the State Mules are scarce and are selling for an average price of 130 and are hard to buy at all Cattle not as plentiful as they were last year and are selling from 3Jc to 5Jc the average for the State being 4c Sheep are increasing in numbers owing to scabies terns among them and th State being under federal quarantine the average price for the State is 4c Hogs ae scarce and are selling high ThereIlittle or no disease among them taking the State as a whole but in a few localities we have heard of cholera The general condition of live stock for th 94tPoultry and poultry products are higher now than ever before Chickens aeri eggs are selling anywhere from 16c to 25c in the country Clover and alfalfa are scarce and sell ing for good prices Clover averages 1050 per ton while alfalfa is selling at 1225IIUse Kentucky Star Flour tolbakei your Cakes and make Biscuits Itg light pure whiteand healthful r BOYI ali 8ANDI S- Kills 0yWounds Two Others in New Albany One a Native of SRttn ieldaf A horrible tragedy occurred in New Albany last week when Thos Hoal a youth of seventeen whose mind had been poisoned by the reading of yellow back fiction killed Hangary Fawcett National1Bank andtoas the negrp chauffeur who drove him from Look vile to the bank in New Albany Hoal had fora long time been a con stant readlof cheap fiction and had formed the idea of robbing a bank In furtherance of this he had built a shipping box in which to make his escape rand had procured numerous fire antis dThursdayy morning while the colored Wasdvo bandit approached him and putting a pistol against his head commuted Tucker to drive him to New Albaiiy Throughout the trip Hoal kept a pwtol pressed against the negro and when the bank was reached the colored man war forced to accompany Hoal the former carrying tlje sack in which the loot yras to be carried away Upon entering ilia bank the employees were commanded to throw up their hands but before all could comply the bandit began finag and before the fusilade was finished one man was dead H1nro it verelv wounded The negro isseiit a hile trying to escape from the BwkL Hoal escaped to the river where ifevrag captured and almost lynched before he could begotten to the Reformatory The youth has never seemed to real ize the enormity of his crime Ht states that he did not wish to kill aay= one but merely desired money The negro Jas Tucker who waS oe of the victims of Hbas pistols and wW SpringnTdckaer and a brother of Louis Tucker When he tiled here he was industriqeg and bore a splendid reputation He stands well in Louisville as can be sees by the interest takenin him fcy Mrsl Escott for whom he works andtwhoae automobile he was forced by Hdal t8 use The people here who knew Jim hoP for his recovery altho but little hops for it is held out CIRCUIT COUR1 Adjourned SaturdayPrathsr Win in T Wl Keeling 1 i Saturdayen se about tw weeks 9 wasisand others vs W L Keeling to decide the ownership of about an eighth of an acre of land in Thee i ing a wire fence had set it a few feet on their land which was denied by the Jdcase was argued by W C McChord and J w Lewis for the plaintiffs and T S Mayi es and W F Grigsby fpr the defend ant The trial began on Tuesday and on Saturday at noon the jurybroQght in a verdict awarding the land in controversy fot the Plaintiffs The dre = has filed a motion and tnd wjfefor r 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SHIN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1909 t1tNWhen sure about theirmake urity Impure drugs wont hasten health Purity is F the great essenti1 s We protect you by ascertaining THEo every drug LEOwe handle compounded i HA YD ONthissortofdru areeffefUve DRUG r oo r FARM AND STOCK Stems of Interest to farmers and Live Stock and Poultry Raisers r increase the egg yield to cutdown penses and accelerate growth do not Aeiiiire new breeds but more practical QBreeders liar soft shelled eggs give nens more exercise Cut out corn and givevege fcbles in abundance An injection of oil Into vent may relieve local inflam ation Strawberry Plants may be set out luring November They should just get well started before the cold weather sets in Prepare the land well and use potash and phosphoric acid liberally Do not choose valley lands or espec lally rich soil fur your orchard Select elevated airy welldrained land which Will not wash too much and thus your task of producing the nighest quality f fruit will be much aided carefully sort over all products of the rchard and garden whichare10 be stored for winter use and take out all imperfect and damaged products and let these be used first If stored away with the others they will only cause the spread of disease and loss Wool importants for the first seven months ot the current year were 202 00000 Pounds an increase of 175 percent over last year Seventy million pounds of goatskins were imported dur t 1111 el ing the same period agamst63000 pounds last yeatISand cannot take the place of grit for your fowls What need is something sharp The roubdsurface doImuch outsidIe husk ofa kernel of corn wheat or other grains IThdAmer can Sheep Breeder reports ia veactiYa trade in rams in the West One man at Boise Idaho has contracted his entire output of Hamp 25Ieachin the West this season win be over 25 000 head A lightning stroke will kill stock at a distance of a quarter of a mile from the point of its discharge if jjhere1 is a handy barbedwfre fence to conduct the fluid and the stock are near the fence Better fix a few ground wires on such fences before the spring storms come and prevent this trouble Advertise your poultry If it is worth Good Cough Medicine for Children and Grown Folks Too ChamIFlora Despain of Bloyd Kyhl found it to be so good for the croup and hay used it for years Iran heartily recommend it or 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 o it No one need hesitate to usetbi Remedy for it contains no chloroform opium or other narcotics and may given to a child as confidently ias a HaydonDrug eleIIIIleH Do You Want toBuyaFarm w priceWAfctut 100 farms in fur hands See partial list below No 2237 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike two dwelling houses two stock barns90 acres of new land plenty of grass plenty of never failing water all under good fence No 3195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses tw barns plenty of water all of in grass all under good fence Price 55 per acreI dwellinig good tobacco barn all fine orchard of 500 trees all kinds of fruits all under good fence plenty of water plenty ofj grass Price 3500 No 5128 acres 7 miles from Sbringfield 12 mile from pike 5 plentyofltimber45 per acre No 6120 acres seven room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn fine ptockbarn100 acres tine river bottom land 20 acres of upland all under good fence no bverflow land Price 85 per acre No 7200 acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant House 3 tobacco barts fine tobacco land at least one ot the farm new Jand Price 40 per acre No 812 acres 1 mile from Springfield on pike 5 room dwell frig in good repair good barn all under good fence plenty of fruit plentyof water Price 2500 No 9160 acres 1 mile from Dike on county road1 mile from Loretto 7 room dwelling in good repair all under good tence all in grass except 16 acres plenty of water telephone and rural route fine stock barn 60 feet square plenty of tobacco land Price 30 per acre No 1096i acres 3 miles from Springfield close to school six room dwelling in good repair tobacco barn 36x64good stock barn under good fence plenty ot locust posts Price 3600 f LAKE BOSLEY y 11 l t Ir anything at all it is worth advertising Eiople will not know you haye good poultry unless you tell them Answer Syour inquiries promptly convince the prospective buyer that your stock has tie merit you claim for it make your price reasonable consistent with the quality and you will make a sale Pruning the blackcap raspberry should be done twice each year The first cutting should be made when the new shoots or canes are two or two and a half feet high Prune them back to eighteen or twenty inches They will then bush out like a tree and you should only allow two or three canes to remain ina hill In the spring prune these branches back to twelve inches from the cane It is often desirable to plow in the fallwhen the land is to be planted cany the next spring with small fruit or orchard trees This is especially true of old fields which have not been broken Up for years of rough untamed fields Any organic matter added to the soil in the fall will be decayed by spring and will be in better condition to be used by theplants or trees The man who wants a good garden next will commence making prep 000arations for it now The average gar den usually has an abundance of vines weeds etc at this time of the year As soon as they are dry enough to burn they should be raked together and burned The old melon and cucumber viqes may be intected with insects or fungus which will make themselves felt on next years crop if not destroyed this fall The weeds will be ready with millions of seed to plague next year i not destroyednow Fire lowwillsave you much work next spring and sum mer Says a Bluegrass farmer Las- tspringI tested five kernels from each ear of enough seed corn to plant 100 acres rejecting every ear from which any one or more of the five failed to germinate well and I know that it paid to do this York If edge drop planter is used it is almost neces sary to grade the corn and a little shaking grader of zinc screens with elongated holes seems the most practi cal machine to use The farmer is a great factor in the production of the crop If the first three factors are alright and the farmer only does half his work he may get no more than half a crop eImportant Announcement The Leo Ha don DrugCo desires to announce to the readers of The Sun that they have secured the agency for dandrusff cure and delightful hair dressing tn0 rlgidlYJtuaranteed vor money back It is a most pleasant hair dressing especially for ladies as it makes the hair soft and lustrous The price is only 50 cents a large bottle at The LeoHay don Drug Co or by express all charges prepaid from Giroux Mfg Co Buffalo N Y- The Sun and CourierJournal fLit oi i Dont Preach About Home Trade arid at the same time send your orders for job printing out of Your home1town printer your work just as good and in nine cases out of ten he can beat the city mans prices because he pays much less for running ex penses By sending your next printing order to this office youll be better satisfied all around and youll be keeping the mOney at hottJr I FOH IE HOUSEWJFf Keeping Photographs The newest wayt to keep photographs and to keep them out of the way yet available Is to soak them oil their scrapbookshould have gray leaves to furnish the best background for the pictures On one page paste all the pictures you have of a certain person Photographs of a Child might be arranged accord- Ing to age and the age written neatly under each picture Many photographs nowada ys hove no cardsnhd many are slightly attached to their cards stud may be easily pulled oft American Chop Suey One pound of shoulder pork and a pound of veal from the leg cut into small pieces Fry slowly for half an hour then add a small teaspoonful of salt and two tablespoonfuls of New Orleans molasses Fry for ten min utes more before putting Inn cup of sliced onions acid two cups of celery cut Into inch lengths Fry for twenty minutes more sprinkling occasionally with flour Add a little water bring this to the boil and serve with boiled rice A Broiling Hint Broiling is a simple method of cook- Ing and requires but little care 4 brisk clear lire is essential The grjd iron must be hot before the meat is placed on it As sooti as the gravy be gins to show turn it over If allowed- to remain without turning until tb gravy shows on the tip when turned It is lost ia the tire but when turned quickly and at the proper time the pores areat once sealed and the gravy is retained in the meat Sweet Potato Pineapple Boll peel and mash flee gpod sized sweet potatoes Add one large table offsugar and a dash of grated nutmeg and mace Mold into the shape of a pineapple on a greased pie plate With the tip of a teaspoon make the little depressions resemble those of the plue apple and put into each a tiny Lit of butter Brown in a hot oven Novel Egg Beater epeesa that Invented by a Connecticut man By merely pulling a flexible cord at tached to the drum of tie Implement the blades are made to revolve both ways with great rapidity The beater consists of a hollow receptacle with a drum inside dud a step bearing in the REVOLVE WHBN CORD IS PULLED revolyswires as shown in the illustration Around the top of the drum is wound a flexible cord The eggs are placed in the receptacle and the cord pulled to its full length thus causing the blades to revolve rapidly In the mixture Nut Parsnip Stew Wash scrape and slice thin two good sized parsnips Cook untIl perfectly tender in two quarts of water When nearly done add a teaspoonful of salt and when thoroughly done a fable spoonful of flour mixed smooth with a little cold Water stir well nod let boll until the flour is well cooked then stir In onehalf cup of walnut meat let boll up once and serve Immediately Mushroom Catchup To every gallon of broken mushroom add cue teaspoonful of salt Let stand for two days stirring occasionally Then rub through a tine sieve To every quart of liquid alloY one teaspoonful each of powdered mace and nasturtium seeds one tublespoon fulof sugar juice of half a lemon one teasponiiful of ground cloves let boil for twenty minutes strain and bottle Clam Cocktails In Tomato Cups for each cocktail allow a tablespoon ful lemon Juice tour drops tabasco sauce a teaspoonful of prepared horseradish a dusting of paprika and salt to season 1ut in each tomato cup five little neck clams oysters or two table spoonfuls shelled and Iced shrimps and cover with the dressing Serve each cocktail on n nest of cress or setting of lettuce or nasturtiums Cheese Crusts Roll flat the scraps of crust left aft er baking pies cut In small squares and cover with grated cheese Bake In n hot oven This is an excellent way to use the extra bits of pie crust Macaroni Fries Soak small pieces of macaroni in weak brine until soft Drain and drop In a of hot butter Fry until orown pat k r An Indigestion Remedy Frei Wishealthydyspepsia When you consider that the stomach and allied organs are the most important organs s of the body it would seem that a dis seriously thlikebegins or as is ofte aJlalongIrregularBut is no use indigestion go until it becomes chronic and under mines your health It is good advice to druggiste yrup Pepsin the wonderful cure for ThaisJdthd FThompsontually considers that it saved his life otthesections It will probably be all you need grlpeslandtonic properties which tone the stomach and that Is what Is es IndigestionAll have never used Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin Writingtheany In this way satIsfactionindigestioncathartictabletss If there is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you wan al i any medical dries writ to the doctor and he will answer you fully There Is seryiceCaldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Monticello Ill tor sale by The Red Croaa Drug Star Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot i reach the diseased portion of the eil- rlheteis only one way to cure deafness is by constitutional remedies is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian 7ubel When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect h and when it is en tiely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can he taken out and this tube restored to its nor desttoyedforcverby Catarrh which is nothing but nn in surfacesWeany case of Deafness caused by tarrh that cannot be cured by al freeFVSold by Druggists 75c Take Family Fills for cohsti paUl n Slogans 61IREESewing Machine runshh er than any 1other 1SWFREE I lasts lon erthanany otherf6fmEEis more beautiful than any other 6 FREE has less vibration than any othr t FREE operatethan t FREE perfectitnan any I1J1 FREE is the test of all corn Lmeclm r one fREE SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGOs ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK CO Agent Spr igfieldItyii a xiiv Dr WyF Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY DentalworkatreasonablePricer AD for BarberLAInsurance Agent KENTUCKYLife etiabJesndworld Your insurance solicited TtOFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 m A to 5p ml Drf t Nt ui1L SPRINGFIELD KENTUCTCr sDaOosrdaaI lael y H LAMPTON M iofi SPRINGFIELD KY3N Office in Opera House MA Office phone No5 Residence Nol36 Miss ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 4fi Night T SCOTT MkYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky t aehingtenandand Federal Courts ri iC C McCHORO ATLAW Jr Springfield Ky Will practice In all State and Federal Courta w D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLATT i Springfield Ky Will vpracticeoOUrtsoCAppeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building iashisgtoaand S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky IpeciaJtyWillabletPhone 84 H IIMIRUSSELL AU TIONEE R1 Lebanon Ky Rt3 GaDIahortiLebanonl JOHN Y MAKES Funeral Directs i nd Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYf Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets d1mTRebes Telephone Day 1f Night 74 IIciI= =m= = = THE SUN AN80thperalyrBryans 150WeeklyNashville American l50 17SWeekly 17pSemi175 175Home17fAmericanAmerican Farmer 150 22SCountry 125Farm3Lippincos 400 175Harpers 48Sunnv IIL Ib J t r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1909 tit 3- iTI 1v = t it1-After December First a penalty goes on Pay now Save Money This is my last year to collect Taxes and being duty bound to make all collections by December 1st Task that everybody cat ands q 1settle without further notice and avoid troublei Sydney Osborne Sheriff Washington County EXCHANGE v EXCERPTS P Sayings andDoings of the PI55P At Large s Among the oldest in Kentucky And full of truth and bOlanTKeSSentfnel will next issue Be sixtYsirYearsold Even the path of torY and the road to success merely lead to the grave tuckY Winner Ken1 A sinner neednot fear anything inS this world out himself and his affinity the devil Western Recorder At woman never considers a man lackIt ing in intelligence if hehas enough to admire her Glasgow TimesS Some bachelors have never married i because of heart failure and others because of cold feet Glasgow Times Some marry girls who cant keep house And think they take the cake But give me bherwno turns out pies Like mother used fo make Shelby Sent nels Think three times before you speakS and thusgive the other fellow achance to make a fool of himselfBourbon- Stock Journal l It seems as though every woman must hive a pet If she cant get a man she must have a cat or a dbg Glasgow Times t We never will know how many farm ers owe their success to the manage ment and good judgment of their wives and what is worse many farmers do notrealize it thmselvesExg 1A womans heart bleeds for anyvman who hasnt his initials embroideredon- Some part of his apparel it looks as though the po r thing doesnt belong to anybody L rue County Herald Dont imagine that an editor is going 1 to try to land you through the pearly gates and into the bosom ef St Peter when the roll is called up yonder if you have never subscribed for his paper Western News As they were headed in that direc tion two tramps looked into the window of a telegraph station 6n the Southern railroad the other day and said Say pard report a couple of lh empties going eastShelby Sentinel Even the biggest fish began life on a I small scale Shelby Sentinel The deadest thing in the world is a dead love affair Lame County Her atd t Iask of love no greater boon than this To lift my eyes and see thee always near 4 To speak and know the voice that I shall hear- Answering mine I ask no greater bliss Than when my labors vex or fall dmissI To feel upon my troubled soul the charm Thatsteals onme with an encircling kiss Louisvjlle Herald t inbthe Boston Mass Sentinel in 1818 and it shows that as far back as ninetyI one years ago editors loved pumpkin pie but spell it differently now Read it t Alk hail to the muse of the pumpkin and onion thqEnglishman And Psalym Bookand Bunyon Still still to my bosom her green hill are dear Her brightcrystalAnd Hymen ifever thy blessings I try Ob give me the girl of my own native mountains Who knows how to temper the sweet pumpkin pye 1 Do you know how many States have So far as we now recall they are as follows Kentucky Blue- Grass State Kansas Sunflower State Alabama Cotton State It California Golden State Colorado Centennial State Connecticut Nutmeg State Deleware Blue Hen State Florida Peninsular Georgia Cracker State Illinois Sucker State Indiana Hoosier State ttIowa Hawkeye State Louisiana Pelican State Maine Pine Tree State Maryland Old Line State Massachusetts Bay State Michigan Wolverine StatezMississippi Bayou State Montana Stub Toe State Nevada Silver L State New Hampshire Granite T State New Jersey Jersey Blue If State New York Empire State North Carolina Old North State tt Ohio Buckeye State Oregon Beaven State Pennsylvania Key State Rhode Island ittle Rhody South Carolina Palmetto State tt South Dakota Swinge Cat IAn Tennessee Vo1unteerState srexGreen Mountain State Virginia The Old Dominion Washington Chinook State WestVirginia Pan handle State Wisconsin Badg State If everything is fair to you And life is one sweet song A sort of grand sweet harmony That lasts the whole day long Dont you take the big head Think the world belongs to youS But remember for an instant That there are others too Mayfield Mirror Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it SUFFERING ENDED he Leo Haydon Drug C6beHs the Remedy that Cured Stom ach Trouble of 14 Years And best of all The Leo Haydon Drug Co guarantees it to cure you cr your money back Read this I have been a great sufferer f9r 1 iter years everything I ate gave rile heartburn I have never been able to eet anything that would give me any rehet until a friend of mine insisted on m taking Mio na I took a 50 cent box and believe I am entirely wellF M Bryant Newman Ga June 5th Miona is not a nostrum it is the pr 111SSunshine Prescription because it chang ed her from a miserable nervous dys peptic into a bright healthy happy woman in a few weeks These little Miona tablets are sure wonder worker They absolutely cur elD indigestion whether acute or chronic They stop belching gas in stomach and heaviness m a few minutes Distress after eating vanishes as if by magic when one or two little Mio n tablets are swallowed Only 50 cents a box at leading druggists everywhere and in Springfield by The Leo Haydon Drug Co Test sample tree from Booths Miona Buffalo N flYOMENAPrY Cures catarrh or money back Ju breathe it in Complete outfit inhalerl Eutrabottles60o includingI arHow Father Fixes Things Chicago jPost Last week our clokifot out o fix An pa took up one night An said hed tinker tip its ticks So it would work all right Ma said hed better send ir down To some repairin man Pa said If Anyone in town Can fix this clock I Can At fixin things pa haka knack But theres two wheels he cant put back When our front door lock Wouldnt work Pa got his box o tools lAnd took the lock out jerkIHe said that folks is fools That spends big money for repairs That anyone can llol He swore an I was sent upstairs Before the job was through An Mr Jones the locksmith he Sold us a new lock an a key tn when our kitchen sink had leaksapa said Dont you send plumbers They will work two weeks Before the leak theyll mend n He got his monkey wrench an tr ed To twist the pipe roundoAn then he had to run outside For fear that hed be drowned he plumber says the pipes wont burst you turn off the water first a Oncepa put in a window pane Or started to until He broke the glass an3 cut a vein An let the putty spill upsetIyelled heavens sake to get iword to Doctor Black now when thmgsis broke my ma SayscUhUd eu dont tell yourpa IVla PRINT rSALE BILLS AND PRINT THEM RIGHT Wholesale Grocery Soldt Yesterday morning a sale was con summated whereby the Lebanon Grocery Incorporated was transfers d to the owners of the Cumberland Grocery Company of Burnside Ky The sale embraced the stock fixtures teams and good Wi lOf the former ow era The wasIorganized men done a good business since its organi zation Mr C W Hagan and the present of the old company will continue in theIemploy of the hew com pany except Messrs B J Lancaster and J L Powell the latter two however will remain several weeks until their successors can be selected Then Mr Powell rill devote his attention to the retail of Powell Hays of which he is a partner and Mr Lancas expects to personally look after his farms finding that his health has suf fered by being too closely confined The news owners expect to buildsuit- able quarters in Lebanon for the busi ness in the spring and carry a much larger stock of goods than has hereto fore been carried chiefeowned by the Davidson Brothers ot Glasgow Ky who own sfxother1 wholesale houses n different sections of this State besid s a largo wholesale produce house in Springfield Mass They are through business men have plenty ojf capital and will do a flourish ing business in this section Mr W J Mr Nbrrnan Taylor of IMar idsoiland ated the deal Lived 152 Years- a Wm Parr Englands oldest man married the third time at 120 worked in the fields till 12 and lived 20 years longer People should be youthtul at 80 James Wright of Spurlock Ky feelYjust like u 16yearold boy writes after taking six bottles of Electric Bitters For thirty years Kidney trou ble made life a burden but the firs bottle of thi wonderful meqicine con vinced me I had found the grdatestcure weakstsickly run down or old people Tiy them 50c at Haydon Robertsons s AMBIGUOUS She Whos your fair friend HeI really forget her name only bare acquaintance SheHardly that She had her opera cloak on- WhatWould You Do In case of p burn or scald what would you dp to relieve the oain Such in juries are liable to occur in any Family and everyone should be prepared for them Chamberlains Salye applied oh soft cloth will remove the pain almost instantly and unless the injury is very severe one will cause the parts to heat without leaving a scar For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co IDIUIID n nnIDIIJItJII a uaaWi8RlK11 CLUBBING RATES WIT- SLOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 3 50 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except b qay6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 7 Th dailyCourierJournal days in the week six months 230 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJpurnal one year 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe EveningPost 1III1P1II111DiriIi1Ixru i7tll Your Stationery is your silent representative II you sell fine goods that are UIH todate In style and of Superior quality it ought fo be reflected In your printing We produce the kind that you need and will not feel ashamed to hare represent you That is the only kind it pays tosend out Send your or derv to this office Are YOdI Sick Much sickness is due to a weak nervous system Yours may be If it is you cannot get well until strengthyour natures power house the organs of your body get their power from it If the power is not there the action of the organs is weak and disease sick ness follows Dr Miles Nervine cures the sick because it soothes the irritated and tired nerves and gives the system a chance to recuperate Try it and see if you do not quickly feel its bene ficial effect I was given up to die by a leading doctor Got one qf Dr Miles books and found that Dr Miles Nor vine fit my case From the very first dose I took I got better I am better now than I have been for years and do all my own work on the farm Thats what Dr Miles Nervine has recomt JOHN JAMES Rlvertori Nebr Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls youMil Co Elkhart Ind II +MM c tvS JS fit + iFREE t PREMIUMS 1t ITheSOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST lvmore and better premiums 1 I Itclub raisers than any southern ipaper i tit year we are giving away 41a lot of new and valuable presW J- tf eatssome things you never saw before v r Anybody can get Upi a club rbi f the SOUTHERN AGRICULTURISTybeV scause it is the best paper published i + ior southern farmers and the price tit is very reasonable Write for free sample copy con taming attractive premium offersr SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST4F JNashville Tennessee i Lt d II J COME AND GO WITH l Us on La grand free Mediterraneantour l 1 We are going to send twenty young women between the ages of 16 and 50 white of good character on a two months tour to the Mediterranean the Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco Southern France and Italy We will pay Jall expenses of every kind for a 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Months 25 WILLIAM OHEID MAYOR agofMayor Jas F Grinstead for Mayor of Louisville cas yesterday in Kenatncjkys Metropolis The inaugural ceremonies took place in the Council Chamber and were witnessed by a large crowd of friends and enthusiastic ad 1IJireri ofj Mayor Head The oath of office was administered by Judge Shack elfbrd Miller After the ceremonies had been completed Mayor Head held a reception in his office where his hand was grasped by hundreds of Louisville citizens and friends from put in the State who were there to rejoice with them over Louisville again being m the Democratic rinks Upon taking the oathof office Mayor Head delivered a short address in which he promised to give Louisville a good clean business administration to keep i the police and fire departments out of politics and to close the saloons on Sunday I KMayor Heads appointees are among the best known and most high standing of LOuisvilles citizens and his appoint ments auger well for a splendid admin istration of the citys affairs A Business Parable l IOnce a farmer had 1800 bushels of whaaV which he sold not to a single gram merchant but to 1800 different dealers a bushel each A few pf them paid in cash but tar the greater num bar said it was not convenient then they would pay later A few months passed and the mans bank account rail low How is this he said M 1800 bushels of grain should have kept me in affluence until another crop Is raised but I have parted with the grain and have instead only a vast number of accounts so small and scattered that 1 cannot get around and collect fast enough to pay expenses So he post ed up a public notice and asked all those who owed him to pay quickly But few came The rest said Mine is only a small matter and I will go and pay some of these days forget ting that though each account was very small when all were put e meant a large sum to togetherI Things went on thus The man got tQ i feelingAso badly that he fell out of bed and awoke and running to his gr m- erffpundhi8 1800 bushels ot wheat still safe there He had only been dreaming Moral The next day the man went to the publisher ot his paper and said Here sir is the pay for your paper and when next years subscription is due you can depend on me toP aY promptly I stood in the position of ah editor last night and J know how it feels to have ones honestly earned money scattered allover the country in small amounts Ex V Returns From Rome The Right Rev Edmond Obrecht ab- bott of Gethsemane has returned home from a trip to Rome and France where he has been for the past two months on business connected with his Order the Trappists He returned direct from Rome where he went after attending a meeting of the general chapter of the order at the Citeaux monastery the seat of the order The headquarters of the order are now at Rome He will probably leave again next spring on a tour of the other monaster ies located in various parts of theworld J Try Kentucky Star FlouruSo good Kentucky Star Flour Best made frfct sal CowfcfOowmal SLM i 500 and Cost Uncle John Nantz a well known colored man of this place was tried before Judge NoevMonday on the charge of having committed a breach of the peace by shaking and otherwise ill using his wife The cause of the trouble was alleged infidelity on the part of John who was accused by his wife of having goneplaces he hadnt orter John averred that his better half had such a bad tongue and such a bad ted per that she finally aroused him to such a pitch that he could no longer control himself and he gave her a slight soak ing as a regulator The complainant is twine as large as her husband and oft ilope should have been able not only to defend herself but to have given John a good thrashing She explained however that on the night the fight occurred her good right was out of commission Judge Noe said S5 and costs and the court adjourned In Prison Washington Nov 1For the first time in American history six men are in prison tonight for contempt of the Supreme Court jof the United States For the first time top tie Federal Government has placed men behind the bars as an outcome of the lynching of a negroAt the United States jail in this city Capt Joseph FShipp former Sheriff at Chattanooga Tenn Jeremiah Gibson his jailer and Luther Williams Nick Nolan Henry Padgett and Wit liam Mayes of the same city began this afternoon to serve terms of imprIs- onment imposed a few hours before by StateslShip EdjJohjsoncriminal assault had been stayed by the Supreme Court until that tribunal reyiew the case I couldI The others had been found gUl participation in the lynching of a Fed eral prisoner Shipp Williams arid Nolan were given sentences of ninety days each imprisonment while Gibson Padgett and Mayes each received sixty days An Erroneous Report The statement recently given wide publicity by K ntuc newspapers that on and after January 1 1910 it will be unlawful for a person to give a check for less than One Dollar is without the slightest loundatfon Concerning the report the Treasury Department a short time ago issued the following statement There is no law which prevents a man of woman from writing a check for less than a dollar despite reports to that effect A number of inquiries have beeh received at the department regarding a statement that there was such a provision m the penal code about to go into effect The law governing the subject instead of being a new one was enacted back in the sixties and has never been construed to apply to checks on deposit Its purpose Js to prevent the circulation of private paper as lawful mone itself t uThe report waSabsurdon its face as every individual lists the right to check oh his own money in any amount he sees fit Wont Slight a Good Friend If ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get declares Mrs A L Alley of Heals Meufor after using ten bottles of Dr Kings NefDis covery and seeing its excellent results in my own family and others I m convinced it is the best medicine m ade for Coughs Colds and Jung trouble Everyone who tries it feels just th it way Relief is felt at once and it cure 4sthmaHemorrhage Throat pain in chest or lungs its su preme 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Rob ertson J LAND SALE For sale a tract ot land in Washing ton county containing 85 acres 50 acres of bottom land on Hardins Creek and fine tobacco land The land has good dwelling and all necessary outbuildings and lies on Springfield and Loretto turn pike 9 miles from Springfield and 4 miles from Loretto at Gasburg Will also still one dwelling store house GasburgWiUder WEDNESDAY DEC 1 190- 9JGADAMS Phone 199A Bardstown Ky Rt 3 VALLEY HILL The recentrains enabled the tobacco raisers to bulk heir tobacco and it 16 now being stripped at a rapid rate Several have sold small quantities at the local market and realized fair prices Erastus Derringer purchased the Seay farm from Mr Coulter who recently purchased same from Peyton Briggs paying 4800 oir 1 000 profit to Mr f Coulter Mrs W F Moran was the guest of Mrs T ATatum Wednesday Jeff Goatley who has been in Kansas during the past year has returned to his home here- Thomas Reed and wife of Booker were guests of Mr and Mrs M Reed of this place Sunday JI E Goatley and wife and Ed Goat lev and family visited Mr and Mrs Rufus Goodlett at Hardesty Sunday Mrs Paralee Hardee of Louisville is the guest other sister Mrs T C Tatum of this place Howard Goatley who recently ar rived here from Agnas Calientes Mex fir a brief visit tb his parents Mr and Mrs Palmer Goatley has gone to Omaha Neb where he expects to lo cate permanently Mr andMrs ThbsBakerot Pleas ant Grove were guests of W T Beam and mother j of this place Sunday Hughey Goatley was a guest at Elm Hill Sunday f Rolley Simpson who has been dangerously ill of typhoid fever is improving slowly under the careful treatment of a trained nurse and the skillful med ical aid of Dr LamDtonI The hunting sqason opened Monday and as usual the field was filled from dawn of day until late in the afternoon The pretty quail were victims of the merciless hunter and the rabbits also had a run for their life Sick Headache This distressing disease results from a disordered condition of the stomach and can be cured by taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Get a freesample at The Leo Haydon Drug Store and try iti Land Sale Wednesday Nov 24 09 At 1 oclock p m I will offer for sale on the premises on the above date to the highest anJ best bideer My Farm of 165 Acres Situated H mile from Texas on the Mackville and Texas pike adjoining the farms of W R Cocanoti her and R L Brady Ire farm has all Modern Improve dwellinglately goodbarnsco young orchard just bearing well watered with 2 never failing springs all in grass except about 15 acres Farm is close to Graded School and is convenient to churches The farm will be offered in twosepar ate tracts one tract of 120acres im proved another tract of 45 acres without imnrovements and then as whole selling the way it brings the most money If farm is not sold it will be rented Term made known on day of sale Anyone desiring to look over this farm before day of sale may do so by calling on C H PopeSl M Campbell Auctioneer Public Sale Wednesday Novf09 At about 3 p4m or immediately after the sale of Mr C B Popes farm I will offer for sale on the above date on the premises at Texas Ky to the highest and best bidder A Lot with a 7 Room Dwelling and a Store House 8x36 on it The store house can be used for a Drug Store and doctors office or Blacksmith shop Lot also has on it a good Stock Barn 2 good wells and a fine garden Terms madjj known on day of sale particulars apply to FOdirtber AI ThompsonTEXAS 0r1UT1Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Withi out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes On and after Jan 1st my house of 8 rooms and lot of 3 acres for rent or sale WALTER E LEACHMAN A new line of beavers flowers and plumes justllnSee them prices right IMRS WILLIAMS On next Friday afternoon at 330 the stable on the grounds of the new Baptist church will be sold at public outcry A new line of hair braids We can match your hair comein Map WILLIAMS The Ladies of the Baptist church win serve Court Day Dinner in February All millinery at greatly reduced prices Come in before you buy MRS WILLIAMS WANTEDA good blacksmith at Kelly Shop Apply to J S LEACHMAN The pewest millinery the latest styles and the lowest prices can always be found at WATHEN SHADERS LOsTone pair of rimless eyeglasses in black leather case either at Tobacco Warehouse or on pike between John Mulligans and town Finder please re turn tp R E C LAWSON STRAYED A black cow no horns bobtail from my place at Pleasant Run In formation appreciated WILL EDELEN Newest Millinery at the most reason able prices See ours before buying MRS MULLICAN over Peoples Bank ESTRAY About a week ago a black Poland China boar hog weight about 300 pounds strayed on my place Ow ner can have same by paying for this local and for keeping of hog W P MONTGOMERY LOST TA pocketbook containing 215 a pair prayer beads and a handkerchief Had Tryon N C printed on it- Lo tNov t oh the streets in Springfield Return to this office and receive reward For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD GLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop We have a complete line of the latest styles in MillineryI Our pieces are the lowest 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 t DEBOE NOTICEI have installed a corn mill and feed crusher in the old Casey shop on Main St and am prepared to grind con meal and feed stuff at all times Give me a trial A C KIMBALL For Sale or Rent A House and Lot on Texas road t about three squares from Graded School- House has four rooms Good barn well and garden Will dent at reasonable price or sell Jon reasonable terms Ap ply to MRSJ NANNIE J MCMILLEN Old papers for sale at this office Kills To Stop The fiend The worst foe for 12 years of John Deye of Gladwin Mich was a running ulcer He paid doctors over 40000 without benefit Then Bucklens Arnica Salve killed the ulcer and cured him Cures FeverSores Boils Felons Eczema Salt Rheum Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Corns 25c at Haydon Robertsons t Old papers for sale at this office jISpecilJSale QF Table LinensNapRins ToweisMCrashes Now is the time to suoply your needs in 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 1 72 inch all Linen Bleached Damask worth 65c Sa1ePricet48c U 70 inch all Linen Bleached Damask worth 100 Sale prIce v72c Price93cIII 64 inch Mercerized Bleached Damask worth 75c Sale Price50c Pricer60cIBest TUlkey Red Damask worth 65c Sale Price45c13x- 27I inch Towels worth 7c each Sale Price per ozenuu50c17- xa6I inch Huch Towels worth 12Jc each Sale Price Each9cTfV 19x36 inch Huch Towels worth 15c each Sale Price EachI 254C I Turkish Bath Towels 12Jc to 22c each worth 25 per iient more Napkins 50c to 750 per dozen at reduced prices f IAllFine Towels from 25c to 75c go in this sale We haye a Beautiful lot of LINEN CENTER PIECES and SCARFS K which go in this sale I LadiesII Special Prices on Mensand Boys Clothing Hats and Shoes owIII We will Save You Money 11 H The ROBERTSON 1 CLAYBROOKE CoINCORPORATED I SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY iJ 1c 1fNotice to Hunters The following people announce that their lands 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 off and keen out of trouble C J Haydon Lucinda Payne Parties desiring their names placed m this list may have it done py paying 59c a name cash in advance ED Smashes All Records As an allround laxative tonic and health builder oo other pills can com pare with Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood streng ConstipationDyspepsia ache Chills and Malaria Try them 25c at Haydpn Robertsons Kentucky Star Flour Best made oooooooocooocoooooooooocxxO FARMERS BANKIncorporated Mackvilli It J CAPITAL 1500000 SURPLUS PROFIT 300000 We offer you fair treatment with every accommodation that is cOt sistent with conservative banking The strength and stability of a largelyonitsDirectom as well as integrity as they are JtsaffalrsWe anxious J B PETER President ELVIN BIRCH YPresldont JM SMITH Cashier- IiIRECfORa JB Peter Erin Birch DanMcIlveyJGee W Powell Ct Shewniakor- J W Best B G aiatherlj JW Arnold RIiw OandTIre Sun and CourierJournal 15Ia IIIIaM LOW ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES TO The West Southwest and Northwest VIA 2 Tft ZToLOUISWitHOUT eohMonthJW Write fer Fees and Soecl4l Diverse Rank Arra gui eftNR L F PKNN T P A J P GARDNER G P A LoUIsvIrrE KY a THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 171 1969 ii L Thanksgiving Have you thought about that Tiianksgiv ing dinner If so letfus bake that Cake you t tfurnishRefreshments you will need We can furnish you thesethings cheap er than you can make them at home Fresh line of Fruits Cakes Candies Nuts y Etc just received l usi 4 Fresh Oysters Celery Malaga Grapes Everything for your Thanksgiving Dinner oiCombination Stock Sale I Saturday Novf 20OAT 1000 OCLOCK A M theplaceeighest and best bidder the following Thirty Head of orese and Mules i Mules from Yearlings to 4yearolds 30 Head of Cattle About 500 bushels of Corn TERMSTwelve months time Notes bearing Six per cent interest and payable in either bank in Springfield will be required S M Campbell Auctioneer R L Smith andJF Bishop I LET US TEST YOUR I EYES and fit GLASSES + We haye just brought titonthe Greatest Line of + CentralI+ Kentucky All the lat + 1 A est style Glasses and + any style Rims We + can furnish you with + t eestgrade ot goqds at the Lowest i GREAT BARGAINS IN 21 JEWEL PricesI 3 We can Suit You in Everything in the Jewelry I ED M RUSSELL W + ur T +++ + i To The Public i+ Having bought out frG L Whartons interest in +the Livery 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 Idiask a continuance of patronage from allot our old tri LiveryRigr for Your patronage solicited Ass O TAPPt SUCCESSOR TO WHARTON TAPP + + + +Ijl jp Jl 3p ttl t V r 4 r + + t +i+ + fWI E GREENE 1 iY + r BarberShop 1have purchased of Mr Raymond Nally his Barber ShopI + next tci the Walton hotel and will conducjf the + business at the same stand I am always ready to serye jny customers and ask that you give me a share of your patronage + i mybarberI am agent tor the Home Laundry of Louisville and have a dCleaning and Pressing call on me All work guaranteed W fi+ ++ +++T- M +++M THE SUN AND- LOUISVILLE TIMES 350 PER YEAR W V STALLARD D D S SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 WITHOUTdl r Done in this office is S tresvectandjushsD60ver McElroy ghaders Grocery OeOeOeoeo eaeae eoeaeaeQ o I Personal rtNotes 0eaoVisitors In and Out of TownA a Round PecsonalNewsD aeaoeaMr John Claybrooke of Lexing tor is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J R Claybrooke Mrs J S Barlow of Bardstown has been the guest ofsherisister Mrs J S Claybrooke Miss Eva Flaugher of Fairfield has been visiting here l Mrs E E Buster is the guesto Miss Annie James ii Ejarrodsburg Mr and Mrs W F Hertof Owensbord were the uestsof Mr and Mrs E S Mayjes Jr Sunday Mrs Lucien Gregory who has been visiting in Boyle county has returned home Mrs W H Leachman was called to Louisville by the serious illness ot her sister Mrs Mary Bracken Mr Arch Hayes of Louisville vis ited here this week IMrs W aSweeney who has been visiting friends and relatives here t has returned to her home in Louisville Miss Jennie GrundyIHome is visiting relatives in Harrods bur lMrSunday =Mr Bernard CIW Hagan pf were here Sun day r Mr and Mrs J F Pettus and chil dren are visitinij friends and relatives s in Stanford Mrs J N She hah and Miss Hallie Houston of Maud were in town Sat urday Mr J R Smith of Bloomfield is spending a few days here Mr Kent Smith and Miss Fannie Smith visited their parents in Bloomfield last week Mr Bernard Smith who has been in Kansas for the pastyear is here on a visit to his Mr and Mrs J F Smith IIMr Will Waters left last week forI Oklahoma City where he has accepted t a position Mrs Ella Montgomery spent Sun day in Bardstown Mrs W E Selecman has returned home after a to her daughter Mrs EdwinjCarlisle Litsey of Leba non Miss BurnetteofIeQanonI was here Saturday Messrs Geo Colyih Chris Her lein and Shaker Robertson attended the football game in Lebanon Saturday =Messrs Dave Hayes Owen Rubel Hopper Brewer and Creel Matson of Lebanon were in Springfield Sunday Mr Prentice oblitt was in Fairfield Sunday l Mrs AR Shultz Misses Eunice ONan and Annie McElroy attended a the football game in Lebanon Saturday Messrs Byron Croake and Mi keiFitzgerald spent Sunday and Mjonday m Louisville Mrs Mary Phillips and Miss Nan Dahoney of Leba ton visited Mrs David R Litsey the tof the week Mr T Scott Mayes spent yester day in Louisville Mrs Virginia Thompson of Bards town is the guest of Mrf and Mrs T S Mayes Miss Eleanor Dlincan will leave in the morning for Cincinnati to visit her Itsister Mrs A L Miss Alma Spalding of Lebano- is the gU3st of Miss Margaret Hagan Mrs J R Claybrooke and Messrs J S W D and JH Claybrooke Jr were called to Scottsboro Ala by- deathof the Mr Hubert Claybrooke H l Twl Fine farms Sold During the past week two fine Marion Itcounty farms have changed hands at good prices The first was the George Grundy place of 400 acres 7 miles south of Lebanon on the Arbuckle pike to C L Brady of Washington county for 20000 The sale of this property was made by the Commonwealth Real Estate Company The other was the sale to Archie S ODaniel by William 0 Daniel of the latters farm of H60 acres west of this city and adjacent to the city limits for 17000 The seller recently purchased this tract of land from Sam B Bottom for 16000 4jt lies between the St Marys atdSt Rose turnpikes and is an excellent body of land The buyer gets possession January 1 and in the early spring will erect on it a modern residenceLebanon Enterprise MciNTIRE Mr TE Ballard Leonard Mclntire and Paul Keene were among the num aft Mr James Mahoney and wife of Louisville are the guests of relatives here Messrs William Wheatlv and Bernard Smith of Colorado are here to spend the Christmas holidays with their par IMrm Kelty have returned from Louisville where they have been visiting relatives and friends Mrs del Pilejmd sister Nellie Mont gomery were in Bardstown Monday shopping Mrs George Edelen after spending a few days with her daughter Mrs hays returned home Born on the 7th to Mr and Mrs Direand Mrs Tom Fileatreau twin boys Mr Rucker Brent purchased of Dick and Twiman Keene six twoyearold mules price unknown Mrs TE Ballard and Miss Eliza McIntire visited friends at Holy Cross last week Married at St Rose on the 9th Miss Mary Rose Fields and Mr Hubert Mat tingly The attendants were Mr Rich ard fields brother of the b tide and Mr Herman Smith The bride is the pretty daughter of Mr James Fields and is a very popular girl The groom is the son ot Mr Bart Mattingly ot Forest View and is a deserving young farmerThe marriage of Miss Hester B Ian ford and Mr Edward Osbjine which has been announced will take plat hanksgiving Mrs J R Montgomery is the guest f friends in Lebanon this week FEN ICK Messrs J C and J Tl Harmon were called to the bedside off their father who is dangerously ill near Lebanon kMrs John McAlisterras the guest John Sunday Mrs Zilpha returned home after a Harmontas with her coiner R B place Miss Rose Adams spent from Friday until Monday at her home at this place Mrs J B Fenwick ancl Mrs C W paig nth Mr and Mrs Dan Rogers of this place Mr S C Begley an son Steve spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J M Horan near Lebanon Mr J E Harmon a dMiss Edn l1ackvillei h hompson and Harry Janes attended church at Springfield Sunday MIss Sadye Fenwick wjas the gue of Saturdayt spaint Saturday night and Sunday withRrH Graves and family Mr and Mrs Dan Rogers spent Sun dy afternoon with Mr and Mrs H S Litsey Mrs G W Fen wick and daughter were in our vicinity Monday Mrsn Lula Wycoff and Mrs China Tiimey have returned home after a two weeks visit with relatives at Ashe villeNC Miss Emma Adams who has been in Louisville for the past four months athome fo aGvis + i HAPPY HOLLOm i Mr Solomon Kays an family pent- Sunda3cwit h Mr and Mrs I KPrather- Mrr Eiiastus Perkins and wife spent byMrMrs John Armstrong and daughter spent Thursday uight with the family of loMrdry night and Monday with Mr J D Sutherland V s Mrs Sabe Coulter and son span tSun day with Mrs John Crow at this place 41Mrlisburg spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Bell Hanby who is very sick at this writing Miss Mariah Settles and Mr Obeith Fowler were quietly married at the home of Rev J A Sims on Saturday Nov 13 1909 We wish them a long and happy life together Mr Ed Hanby and wife spent fasY Sunday night with her father Mr famiJyMt spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Mgt tingly mother Mrs Bell Hanby Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent last Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs Erastus Perkins near Willisburg Mr John Mumer and family of BoyJe county spent several daySwith her sinter Mrs Bell Hanby W C Dudgeon received an announce ment last week from OKemah Okla of the marriage pf his cousin Mis Elizabeth Williams to Mr Chas C Chism a young business nan of OKemah Miss Williams is the young est child and only daughter of fir and Mrs Geo Williams and is avery at tractive young lady and holds a good position with the Creek Trading io We join their many friends in wlin them much joy and may their life s voyage over the matrimonial sea be one Hof eternal bliss Miss Williams formerly lived in this community PLEASANT GROVE Mesdames B L Litsey and JrI Mar- int spent the latter pait of the week IIi BloomfieldJ Mr McCloskey and Mrs McGloskey and Mrs Oldham and daughter o Bloomfieldattended the funeral of J W Thorn psou Jr here Sunday Judge j W Thompson soil wife and daughter Miss Lyllis and son Lewis returned to Indianapolis Monday Th sympathy of the entire community is with this family in the loss of their son and brother J W Thompson Jr Miss Lena Yankey of Lexington is at the home of her brother Mr J S Yankfcy Louisville e the first of the week IMrs Lucian Gregory has returned after a visit to relatives in Boyle county Mr D R Litsey was out for a few days hunting this week Miss Sara Heed entertained the fol lowing young people Friday evening Misses Harvey VVanarsdale Sue Edger ton Bertha Edgerton Lavenia OCon nor Messrs Chas Litsey Jack Reed Hugh Leachman E Milton Lea hman Fred VanArsdale Theyoun people of tIle community surprised Misses Bertha and Sue Edger ton Wednesday evening A very enjoyable evening was reported I rTeachers Meeting The teachers of Division No 6 will hold their annual meeting at Mackville Saturday Nov 20th Everybody in inathe discussions A godd program has been arranged including not only the teach ersofthe Division but such speakers as Bro Williams Bro Olmstead and Thestse hetYP Lets have the test one we have ever held here To do that let everyone come and take inn active part HiSwEENEY Sec Croup Cured and a Childs Life Saved on affords me great pleasure to add my testimony to that of the thousands who hiJe Been benefited by Cumber lains obugh Remedy My child Andrew when only three years old was with a severe attack ot croup and thanks to the prompt use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy his life was saved and today he is a robust and healthy boy says Mrs A Coy Jr remedynas anisd never r sale ipy The LeoHaydon Drug Co r 71 A Kegtuckcan Ifneeis a 1 iItTo NomijBut Go4J Colonel William Crittenden of Ken tucky with his men was shot in Cols ythe Spaniards in issi In the a published at the time it WIll stated that Colonel Crittenden was i served for thk Istst When all hl Woo jwers had been shot he was told that the would get down on his llMM 4 tbem that they would spare his Use But he folded his armsacross hibr Mt and in a firm tone declared tfcatfee would kneel only to his God Ali tyran forge thy chains mtyilP Nay gall this eshof mine Yethough it is unfettered stil Andwill not yield to thine rake taste the life that heaven ga And let my hearts blood 8tiT jrsod Biit know yenot Kentuckys braN Will kneel to none but God ou stdlifeHer music tones have stilled And with a deep and darkening bfigis The trusting heart baskjilled Then do you think that I will Kneel f Where such as ye have trod v Nay point your cold and threat steel Ill kneel to none but God As summer breezes lightly tL Upon the quiet river And gently on its sleeping breast The moonbeams softly quiver I lightitqfiiEg sWhen goaded with the rod t Yet these can not unman menbwr Ill kneel to none but God r44V And though a sad and mournful tone Is coldly sweeping by And dreams of bliss forever flown Have dimmed with tearsmineleySf Ye mines aheart unyielding still Heap on my breast the clod gMY soaring spirit scorns thy will kneel to none but God- George D Prentirt High School Notes Speakers for the Declamatory Crate test at the closing of the term ham been chosen and preparations are txuajr made for the entertainment Thecon teslants are Misses Naomi Rogers Lai Roberts Mary Noe Lizzie Davis Jte SimmfWarren McCIellan Lawrence OBriens Chas Haydon and Rickets Soiilware y To hear the miraculous talesof hustl eing that the boys are telling this weep one would think they have more spot than TeddYsn the jungles of Africa Everyone believes he crippled tiu rabbit that got away or that it wilt sfe from the scare he gaveit f Every morning we may see Owen surrounded by two or three girls seWr ingly busily at work oahis algebra We have never found out whether he re sists the girls with their problems gets them to help him It there was anyway of finding out perhaps we would learn that they dont work algiJ bra at all As where the air is serene iri rifts sultry solstices of summer suddenly gathers a storm These lines frea Evangehne might have been used c last Monday noon The girls seejaej to be haying an unusually gosdtimip uitil the bell rang then the Histiftnfc itf1classt missed were sent to ti board to wiit History the rest of thealtejnoonTbeir gaiety and mirth was soon chan efl into regret that they did not workl stead of having such a good time breaSr ing up chalk on the floor Teachers Meeting The Teachers Association of Scti6 r Division No 1 which was advertised to be held Oct 16 and was postponed wig be held Saturday Nov 20 1909 at the Cecilvilie School House fromlO30au m to 3 pm Hon T Scott Mays will deliver a address on School p1fProfKentucky Boy and other addreswat will be made Superintendent J1H Bush and some of the teachers Everybody is expected to attend aa make this agreat day W Dr Claybrooke has farar1 k glie bushels of seed rye Also 30 aibibvewM and one buck I Gibbs Birch Springfield fcirwdSe sale 15 sheep Prl Dr tebbe fit 4 t htia for sale a MM Chester White sow witlilixnicesfioagt weight about 40 1 J t 6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 17 1909 r SfiS STHiTAGEM It Saved Marys Lover When She y Herself Would Have Failed ly ARTHUR WY PEACH iCe yrIght 1H9 by Associated Literary PreY the sUm girl busy In the garden ffttcb straightened suddenly as she Jteard her name called softly andlanx iwisly J Here I am Sammy she answered clearly iA little fellow shut from round the corner of the shed his eyes wide and fearful He swung himself on his crutches close to where she was stand lug and whispered hoarsely IMary theyre going to shoot Jim tonight I heard them say so 4W h a low cry she dropped the Ittrowel in her hand and grasped the lit life cripples shoulder Sammy where sire she asked LuxheYre in the back room of the barn was his answer And she was gone Word had come among the mountain people that the government was send ing spies among them In an attempt to discover where they were carrying on their illegal distilling and Mary had known for some time that Jake Em moIlS whom she and the cripple knew as their father was trying to direct the suspicion of his friends toward tho fine looking stranger known as Jim 3yraonsl who had recently come among themSymons In his ready friendly way bad made friends with her and he often came to the little cabin to see ier She had warned him of his dan ger but he had carelessly told her not to worry Nowj as she slipped softly down the yalk to the shed her heart beating fast and hard her only fear was that she would not be able to save the Brave fearless young fellow who had Won her heart She heard the low mutter of voices and kneeling closer to the boards of the barn she Emmons was speaking Theres only one way to listenedtonce for all If we dont are going to spend the rest of MiiM OKEAT HEAVENS WHAT POES THIS i MEAN HE CRIED iiia brick call The thing to do Is for j some one to walk up to his window about supper time and finish hi- mThatsdid you hear any noise then All right We must finish him and lave It over with f Another voice went on Its the only way Lets draw for the man Mary quivering with the tension JstenIts you Emmons the b voice said a She started to leave when suddenly with a swift bang the door was flung open She had a dizzy sensation of being seized and shaken hard Then dhings steadied and she found herself looking into Emmons cruel eyes Oh you would would you be snarled his eyes burning into hers You would put that spy wise to what were going to do to him Well see whether you will or not His strong hands seemed to crush lier flesh where be held her You come with me he snapped at her Ids went into the house d Openlng a door into her own room he threw her in and slid the heavy bolt He turned to the little cripple who stood eying him steadily from the doorway Now y uleae that door alone or- j111 He stopped but the threat In his eyes made the little fellow quail Mary neard It where she bad fallen In her room Through her brain crazed with the thought of her lover In ganger sounded the last words she had heard They were planning to shoot him in trio night and she was powerlessrglitcume swiftly and silently She stood near the small window and looked out There was nothing to do save murk the hours as they passed until Emmons should ret rp with his work Accomplished Sammy with his deep trend df Emmona would not dare to help her nor knowing the price he must pay would she ask him Suddenly when the dusk was heavy on the hllls the sound of Emmons footsteps grew heavy and passed out on his murderous errand Still as ttatueshe listened She caught the soft low shuffle of the little cripples crutches There was a rattling at the door She waited In nervous fear Slowly she heard the Iron slide back She was free SUB swung back to the door and gathered him in her arms He gripped her tightly My brave Jittle Sammy she whlspertdIHe answered bravely yet trembllngjMHe said hed kill me but I In a few moments her preparations were made She turned at the door and a sob gathered In her throat as she saw the white little figure watch ing her with silent appeal Mary take me was all It said How can I I will come back she answered hurriedly I am going to warn Jim Down the broken path she fled through the pasture and turned up the narrow trail hoping ngainstbope that Emmons would take the long road to Symons cabin and that she might reach him In time Once she lost tbs path and feverishly she hunted until she found it At last she reached the slope above the creek where among the low brush Symons had his shack The light was burning It looked peaceful but well she knew that somewhere between per and the light Emmons was creeping with hip rifle ready Her feet found the path She pressed on as carefully as she could deter mined to reach him In time to save him but as she commenced the climb she Vvnvered The strain was telling Suddenly she saw the face of a man show for a moment In the yellow light as he peered stealthily Into the1 win dow of the cabin The face disap tthlngwasleeled window There were a crash of wood the sound of speeding feet a sharp cry andsilence Mary staggered to the door expecting to see her lover writh ing in the death agony but as she neared It the door was thrown open wildly and a strong face block with powder and set In line of battle bent over hers as she fell Mary Great heavens what does this meanrhecrltdthey were planning She paused as she saw the look of understanding in his eyes Then suddenly she sale the stain on his face Jim youre wounded V He rubbed the powder from his face No but ought to be That gun went off full nmy face Come he said shortly you and 1 must et out of this quick Mary will you go with me wherever go for gouda q all 1 His face was anxious and gra rt Her answer was not in words but It seemed satisfactory A little later they rode away swiftly At the pike Mary stopped her horse short Jim theres Sammy 1 told him 1 would come back for him We willwas Symons simple quiet answer distancewaSammyyoUd2ome Its me Sym ilS reached down from the sad tormihim how the little fellow bad released her that she might come to warn bin When she had explained It ua few tender words Sammy broke in 1 axed his gun too ilws that Symons risked start ing at the statement for he knew he had looked squarely at a rifle muzzle and yet was unhurt hHe loaded his gun while I was there and put it in a corner Ive loaded guns andknew what to do I took the cartridge out when be wasnt in the room and squeezed the bullet off and put the cartridge back and Sammy Symons arm went round him tlght it was you who saved my life Sammy snuggled close to him He keeps licking me aDd I want to goi Where are yon going he suddenly asked Interestedly Symons laughed softly a laugh of happiness Im going to take you and Mary to a home where we can all be happy together Sammy sighed a long contented sigh as if he felt that at last be was on his way to peace Notions About Sleep One qf the rudest acts In the eyes olj a native of the Philippine islands Is to step over a person asleep on the floor Sleeping Is with them a very solemn matter They are strongly averse to waking any one the Idea being that during sleep the soul is absent from the body andy not hdve time to return if slumber is suddenly broken If you call upon a native and are told dEpartTomust give him the strictest of orders Then at tbe time appointed he wily stand by your side and call Seuor sehor repeatedly each time morn loudly than before until you are half awake Then he will return to the low note and again 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breakages discovered fine emp ty house which he proceeded to odtu py as headquarters When the news of the colonels com Portable quarters reached Bloemfon tein lie received fi telegram which read T G T M wants house The colonel was unable to make out whtdG T M meant and inquired igeneraltramAll right said the colonel Jf be can use hieroglyphics so can So he wired back G T M can G T H Two days later he received at dispatch from Bloemfonteln orderlggvhim to attend a board of Inquiry On ap pearing in due course he was asked what he meant by sending such an sulting message to a superior officer Insulting repeated the colonel in nocently It was nothing of the kind But what do you mean demanded his superior by telling me I can G T H It Was simply an Abbreviation re plied the coloneluG T M genera traffic manager can G T H get the house The Inspiration Wheneer a noble deed Is wrought Wheneer Is spoken a noble thought itoThe tidal wave of deeper souls Into our utmost being rollslAnd lifts us unawares Out of all meaner cares Honor to those whose words or deeds Thus help us In our daily needs And by their overflow Raise us from what Js low Longfellow The Epicure A French waiter in a fashionable restaurant bad just served an epi curean guest with a culinury master pieceiand was in u talkative mood My brother Gustuv of Dax he said Is a renowned gourmet The talk all over Dai of Giistavs way grilling a lamb cutlet It is a good way but expensive My brother al ways grills his own chops He won trust the work to any one else He does it like this He lays three chops one on top of the other on the grill Seated before the fire he turns the chops over and over till the two outer ones are done to a very dry brown The middle one only Is the one heeats Ah but it must be delicious It has received you see all the rich delicate Juices of the other two The guest sneered And does he throw the other two away be asked Oh no the waiter answered He gives them to his wife Well Equipped A bishop was a guest at the home of a friend who had two charming daughters One morning the bishop accom panied by the two young ladles went out in the hope of catching some trout An old fisherman out for the same purpose wishing to appear friendly called out Ketchlni many pard 1 The bishop drawing himself to his full height replied Brother Iam a fisher of men- Youve got the right Indo bait- aU right was the fishermans rejoin derSuccess Magazine A Real Chucklehead The late Congressman Cushman said aTacomau was justly called the wit of the house He never lacked an anecdote wherewith to point and season his remarks Once in a Tacoma speech he toldus not to be chuckleheaded shallow peo ple doing the wrong thing deceiving none but ourselves Dont be cried be like the beefy English officer Then be explained that this officer being seated nextto an stranger at a dinner leaned overand said Whos that fat Old hippopotamus of a woman opposite Thats my wife was the replyJ Thanks said the officer hastily Thanks Thats all I wanted to know And he turned to ills neighbor on the other side and whispered with a chuckle Got devilish well out of that I think hIf Dont Wait Too Long It is a sad weakness In us after all that the thought of a mans death hal lows him aneW to us as it IJfe were not sacred tooras if It were comparatively a light thing to taU in love and reverence to the brother who has to climb the whole toilsome steep with us and all our tears and tenderness were due to the one who is spared that hard journeyGeorge Eliot An Awful Affair All who know about art are acquaint ed with that celebrated statue of an cient times which represents a youn boy In the act of removing a thorn from his foot But the effect which the masterPiece produces Is not usually like the one t made on Mrs Jede dish Weedswhepsbe first visited Europe Pressedtpr opinion on art as seen over e she exclaimed As a rule n ind you the statues Near skurcely a ay clothes and dont seem to mind In he least Why swan to heck Jcdediab and I saw one young bronze b y who had nothing on at all but a horn in his foot and be was Join his evel boat to take that off I 1 T WORLDS BANKNOTES Shape Sizt IInd Color of Piper Mont oY the Nations acceptedpractlcnUy money at all but the notes of the Bank of England These notes are simply priPted In black ink on Irish linen water lined paper plain white with ragged edges Thg reason thatal badly soiled or worn Bank of England note is rarely seen Is that notes which in any way find their way back to the bankare Imntedltely canceled and new ones aYe Issued The notes of the 3 o9u de France art ninde of whitewater lined paper printed In black and white with numerous mythological and allegorical pictures They are in de nominations of from 25 francs to 1000 francs I Bank of England notes are of a somewhat unhandy stee =5 by 8 inches South American currency resembles the bills of the United States except that cinnamon brown and slate blue are the prevailing colors rPrman cur rency Is printed In green and black the notes being denominations of from 5 to 1000 marks The 1000 mark bills are printed on silk fiber paper It takes an expert or a native to dis InppdrytiekNtionor a firecracker label If for a large amount the print being In red on white or yellow on red with much gilt and gorgeous devices Italian notes are all sizes shapes and colors The smallest bills 5 and 10 lire are print afdcarmlnThe most striking paper currency In the world Is the 100 ruble note of Rus sin which i barred from top to bot tom with all the colors of the rainbow blended as when a 11nnty passes through n pHsm in the center in bold relief Is a finely executed rIgn g tte in engravlagbrown Ink The American practice of scattering strands of silk through the paper fiber as a prqlectldn against counterfeiting is nnjqne Harpers Weekly POLAR PHENOMENA The Mirage and the Mock Sun of the Arctic Regions changedrfor the Arctic ocean to establish a thetwe went on a purely commercial venture there was a good deal of talk about the onto rlnrtnatheseven months we spent ib tie alujost contiguous sun light Dr Cook relates instances of seems mirages above the tee fields mountains passing In solemn review dnd some times Inverted and standing on their peaks but he goes on to say that there were no forms of lire Mirage Is a common sight even In lower latitudes than those mentioned by Dr Cook have seen the spires and domes of well defined buildings whole cities In Tact appear above the horizon sometimes lingering for several minutes or again with their towers reaching up higher and higher attenuating apparently to a Mere thread The mock son Isa cOmmon phenomenhn in the Bering iieaOn the evening of June 2 1900 perhaps 100 miles south of 1St Lawrence island about 930 oclock and past sunset the sun was visible ns though halt an pour hl hbut appear lag as a much flattened oval Then another sun more nenrly roni d emerged from the horizon beneath the goose egg rising quite rapidly Until it blended with the descending orb Thereupon Instead of settling below the horizon the light was quickly din sipated In the air This phenomenon was probably due to the unequal den slay of several superimpose strains of air producing refraction of the suns horizonCaQtnfnEdwin Lion in National Magazine Parental SeverityrThe children of ago fell on stern times if one may believe tbat the spirit of family life was accurately expressed by an excellent mother of that day who snlo without humorous Intent that her children loved her as sinners dread death There is little doubt that parental ton trol at that date wnRnsrlJorouR as this anecdote indicates His said that when little Andrew Elliot afterward lieutenant governor of New York objected to boiled mutton his father Sir Gilbert Elliot frowned Let Mr Andrew have boiled mut too for breakfast commanded the stern parent cold mutton for dinner and cold mutton for supper till be has learned to like It4 Youths Companion A Bushel of Cents It beats all what 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little smile and wuud told t entld something if he had seed Gerald Thornton was a young man pit type rare perhaps but not sd rares some novelists would have us be Here He had so strong a sense of SNaor and personal pride that though- eefseerely in love with Carrie Ander be would nor ask her to marry simply because she had a good Jbatuue of her own and he compara licely speaking a mere pittance They were now rapidly approaching aiie narrows where a long low spit omrercd with thick shrubbery cut the ream to half its usual width The wind was freshening and full on the Bwun and the little craft lay over till Urn gunwale was rimmed with a racing aireak of snowy foam We shall just clear it without tack said Gerald as they ueared the rjpint The water was fairly deep right w to the bank and they slipped by vvkliont touching bottom WOh what lovely flowers cried Car tie reaching over in a vain effort to- JfpS a great spray of dead white ppringa which hung far out over the festerMuck Hiss Andersou duck cried herald sharply As they passed be had jisfldeuly noticed that around the point ts strong slant of wind would take Utem right aback He threw hiM helm pp Jut just too late The long boom wrung sharply over and struck the jpd full oil the forehead With a lit jKtcry she slipped back into the bot bi of4he bolt To loosen the halyards from the ciknts was with Gerald the work of ra single moment am the big wB came flapping down u he ten asap raised in his arms the tumbled Yte heap and bent over her in a per JertJigony An ugly red mark showed Jwf where the little rings of hair curl 9over the forehead and a single drop jaf blood had started and stood out ou ObcMwhlte skin Her Lace was deathly pt and her eyes tighily closed tMy darling cried the poor bey SCarrie1 speak to me But she lay CIR et and motionless Was she dead BTc could hardly her breath SiIg Quickly GAraldpulled outs hand Irrchief and soaking it over the side Began bathing her forehead with the aw water murmuring all the time Sroten expressions of endearment MlnuteCafter minute passed and still 1e did not move Gerald will never fiarget the misery df those moments Bfe was just making up his mind to gireit up and pull ashore for assist trice when suddenly her eyes opened Witb st wan little smite she looked up rstrUzed what had happened where she was and then Gerald could never belie his eyes and sensessank com iistably iback Into his protecting arms Uont worry his whispered ult is Trot much 1 shall be all right soon Aatlsbe look up again through long Jteek lashes Geralds resolutions wet- 1rEewaxunder a summer sun Whose would not be He kissed her the blushed a little Youve beenIJeg time making up yourmind et dshe said- Geralds head was in a whirl be evecri ecstasy and a remembrance of fiI5 resolutions He made another ogle J Trve always loved you he said sim gf You know that But 1 cant ask j eto marry me You must feel why Carries tips Were wreathed in a little jaaQe Must I ask you then 1 she in seared It isnt usual you know Gerald stammered something to tb afcct that he could not live on his wCfe Youre a foolish boy Carrie laugh tug L see 1 shall have to propose in form And you cant refuse a iady lan you it s i t Jtt Was a year later again a bril Efctf day and again Gerald and TPwrei spinning up the river in tb MfCsame dingey The girl looking dis aBclIngIy pretty was leaning back quitea1M1fsguiscdadmimtlonat Shwbands skill in managing the boat Veil are you tired of living on your wifes money yet Gerald she said mrfderily Gerald laughed I believe I earn wjr Mving he replied Its rather a good thing for me y- ois lyour pride and condescends miinaiiageiuy affairs for me The ejQFery Is paying for positives the bt time Vliyf she Went on here we are ltptlic imrroirs once more beysptti fast neither of thorn pckfciug andthis time without a jib CDo you think you would ever hay jfrsposed Gerald if it hadut been t ffef accident musingly continued lisr Thornton wfien they had rounded tebend GferalU handed in the sheet a little I dont know earhe sail I nerergot stich a fright in my life 1 Befieye I felt guilty of murder when Jf aaw your face so pale and held your Stan little body In y arms but for ntcraf least it Syas the luckiest of ace i putsltambier o rit r y THE DARK OFrHE MOON i A Result That Is Produced by the Lrghr- From the Earth Mnny people have wondered why1 the part of the moon that receives no sun light Is often visible to us the term being the old moon In thee younq unions arniM The dark purl is easily stra qs a tIpper colored globe repos iu the bright crescent This that liUg see Is nothing more or less than llrtb shine on the moon We ap the same way to the moon when we are in that phase and our dark part la where the moonshine appears and the bright part of the sunshine The reason the topper color appears Is because Ilgliihas to traverse the atmosphere df the earth three times ouce cm corning from the sun to the earth once when reflected to the moon and again on being reOoctcd back to us Our atmosphere possesses the peculiar property of absorbing the blue of this white Iteht and aJ fowini only the red und urlnJl tQ go through thu Tannin tire appearance i absorPUonAn odd thing connected with this phenomenon though paving nothing to do with It Is this That part of the moon which appears dark to us is the same part of the earth that appears timeIHiidpears bright to us Corresponds to the toIOf course It Is well known that the moon gives outno light whatever Itself the moonshine being merely the light of the sun on the moon reflected to us ThE same applies with the earth in Its shine on thE moon save that we do give out glows np doubt around great cities at night on ac count of the enormous number of lights One thing howpver In which itsconRtttntpossesses varying Clouds the old moon never bas any at ntlSt Louis He public i A PUNJAB CIRCUS EnglishIThe sun never sets on the English language This overdose of sunshine sometimes warps it out of shape In the Malaya It becomes pigeon in the south seas It Is either sandal wood or beche de mer and among the erudite along the water runt at 1i ejk harna It Is banzai Here Is a sam pip ofa brand sometimes called punch and job English It was cap turgid alive by a Calcutta exchange ed junJgleof a t Punjab circus AvPROGRAM IE oKnaughtN BThis circus Is the very better therefore lie comes to see that The performance preparation will commence at 8p m sharp 117L very good tricks iZ The klown will come and talk with Jaugbitself3 The lady will walk on horses back and horse is lumping very much also L The xloctn will make a lotting won and lady will become to angry theref awayb top side then he tan catch that ball before that ball can tall 6 Thai Is the very better lumping trick Refreshments 10 minutes PART tI nn will make so tricks of etrapeze Audience will frald himsslf very much L Dogs will Jump and roll in the mud bendIthe rubber lady L This Is the very grand display 5 This Is the very better Glmnastics hIIsfessor of that Refreshments 10 minutes PART III Then will come the very good Dramati- NOTICE No sticks will be allowed in the spec tator and he shall not smbke also Charges for Entrance f1st class Rjt 2nd class KS errn class lanpua There is no any nth class New York Tribune Lost Temper Lost temper does great harm said whoIbaudewinea impossible Sot at all wasitbe aes 01drugeIrouu Henryit e Salmon P Chase on stopping ut the Vidr attaostmountains No wonder that 1ntric Henry grew here Whereupon nnIhonest native dryly remarked that atmosphere the view and the moun bueoaP been eTelegraph Pretty Blunt Elderly Lady Doctor 18m trmtble- with a hallucination Unit Inm belll followed by a map Whllt Fort of cure Vould you suegpst Honpst Ibyslcinn A mirror Cleveland Leader If we cannot live so as to bp happy we can at least live so as to deserve it Filche t 1 r HIS PECULIAR METHOD By JOEL D WILLARD fCopyrtght by American Press Asso f elation Ivan Karibanof was sitting In hilt study in Moscow when its daughter Ekuterlua entered Papa sbe said attendrlectures at the university The rather looked seriously at his daughter u pretty girl of eighteen Her large brown eyes cout ranted with her very light hair per wiljowy femi nine figure with u certain determina tion of expression My child dont you know that II Is not considered proper for unmar ried women to become students manymaidensdo that need neVer even see tuy husband After have finished the Course the dun be annulled The fatberobjett d to tbe plan a common one in Russia but finding his daughter obdurate at last reluctantly consented Steps were taken to find the girl u husband jmd a student of tbe name of Mtepan Aleksnudrovna was found to supply the place So op posed was the father to fibs daughter having anything to djo with tbe young man that be stipulated that tbey should be married ty proxy and not meet during their strident lives Ekaterina pursued Ibex studies with out even bearing of Aleksaudrovna He was the sou of a nobleman wbo had entered the university in order to enjoy university life and did not put fnup appearance at lectures ofteuei r than was absolutely necessary to main lain his connection with the institu tion His father died wblle tie was a student iand this took him away tor a long wblle Mourbs passed before Ekaterina happened to bear his name mentioned Then It ivasin connection with a duel tie had fought with one of his fellow students named Paul Ioli zoff Now It happened that this Polizo lived near tbe hribauofs He had made Ekaterinas acipjalutance and on a number of xcasious had yarned her books for ber on her way to tures She was interested to know th I cause of the quarrel Polizoff wile had been but SIi htJr wounded in thE affair pinking at the saute time ills adversary told herr that be did uot know the reef rouse himself He accidentally spilled sone ink on a boo Aleksandrovuu luid been taking not lof lectures upon und for tbis ostensi bly had been challpnged Ekaterina soon bejird her husbands witbnnutherPaskudiu who had been somewhat at gatheringl friendsfto out tilt cause of this quarrel but as in tb other case failed In both cases sbe noticed that she afterward received n i attention opponents from either of ber husbands so Ithappened that the moment Iud any attention from a n bjirtfougbtward retired from the Held Ninrlll ironee up n a rosky wearing a jaunty student salt jumped out threw the driver a hula and entered ordinaryI seIverchallenging nap mau who shows uie any attention it is becoming annoy ing cannot allow my wife to receive attentions from others men My honor would not suffer it Nonsense Uur niarriage was but to enable me to become a student mittenGtion from young men it distracts their minds from their studies And who pray wade you the pro minds ape your husband t I claim no outer of any privileges ex wept this do not even ask this require the itch to fpave youto your studies In which yoii will surely dis tinguish yourself if thfy let you alone Thanks for your kind protection against them but 1 jdo not wish or need It No dol admit your right to Inter dueisro hud outward ly at least been serious At thisturu the girl could no repress a faint curve of the lips whl h portended a smile However she mastered herself in time and said How did you come Ito know that 1 am marriedI married me I met you Just erou enfpred the university at a gnrd n had a dozen words with ypu then we were parted Who garden prtytThe Primess Jsj kElcaterina started S was tbpiouly person present on that joccasiou not of noble fatally i gractoualty no more on my account will you oblige life 1 Certaluly And suppose ask ynu to accept no more attention that hmap prevent your being fancy free at the sogturned her fuse awns for a mo uient then turning it back with a blush replied Yes Iplofahceremonyt V H 4 TfteABCaiufXYZof ADVERTISING A SlUES OF TEN TALKS ON ADVEItTISINONo A vritttB StyMour EUa TC Dont let newspaper circulation fool you The newspaper which has 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