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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x I i 1 l mivJ tinfitbH 6P Uj i j DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYI 0 7 tJ 1 J r iYlLME Yr J PtUFIELDxZ i WOUND 1 FATAL 4 Preintice Boblitt Dies From Ef facts of Gunshot Wound Burial Friday at Camp- Ground i After lingering for but a little over 1wep four hours after being shot Prentice Boblitt died at the home of his fattier Mr R C Boblitt last Wed nesday night at B oclock From the time that Mr Boblitt waswounded it was thought that there was no chance i for hint to ecover Mr Boblitt himself realizing that death was bound to occur Every attention was shown Pren tice by members of the family by lov ing friends and by the three physicians Dr MUdd Dr McChord and Dr J N Shehan but in vain And after death an almost constant line of friends passed into the Boblitt home to pay their respects to thedead and express their sympathy for the family The funeral services were conducted at the Methodist church Friday morn ing Rev King preaching the sermon fhe remains were interred in Camp Ground cemetery Friday atternoon Six of the dead boys friends acted as pall bearers Will and Robt Russell Will Greene Shaker Robertson Louis Kelly and Lbnnie Campbell Prentice Boblitt Was twentysix years of age and was the oldest son of Mr and Mrs R C Bobhtt and had lived there for about ten years He was a young man of fine manners and good business qualities and was very popular with a host of friends No death that Tiaa occurred here in many years has so communityanan who was just on lifes threshold The deceased is survived by his par Cents and the following brothers and sisters Mrs Lev Brown Mrs Bessie Riedel Neal lelland and Allen Bob litt to whom we extend obI sincere 1 iilTo Mother and rattler In Memory of Prentice Boblitt How feeble are words to carry conso flation to hearts bereaved ofa beloved gon A tender clinging vine interwoven with sweet memories from the hour the Angel first gave to your home a gentle Spiritof light that flitted in and out like agleamrbf sunshine No one can fill his place in the vacant chair no one can take his place in your hearts You would not have the void filled if you could It will be a sacred thought in the years to come to parents and friends that he shed radiance in the home as long as he lived It will be a blessed recollection that he grew up to love and be loved by those who will ever cherish so tenderly his memory sweet and pure Dear mother and father I know how impossibleit is to silent your grief withwords the heart pleads or utter ante in tears and letit speak thus We bow in sorrow in the taking of your be loved one feeling that while the ripened fruit maYbe gathered it seems cruel that the bud be taken before it even had chance to unfold its blossoms and leaves but in nature fruit falls as do the blossoms and leaves In the way of kind nature this is per haP tand m the takingjrQmyour arms of your dear son you will try to accept the cross and bear it believing that the bud will yet blossom and bear with the Angels while the spirit of the pure has flown W E G i Sick Headache This distressing diseaseresults from a disordered condition of the stomach and can be cured by taking Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets Get a free sample at The Leo Haydon Drug rtI1citry it fri 4a b Burned To Death Death in a very sad form visited the home of Mr John Deering last Satur day when his fifte nyearold daughter Bettie died from burns received by heron the preceding day The girl was standing in front of an open fire when her clothing became ignited Being thoroughly frightened and losing all control of herself she dashed into the yard where the wind fanned the flame until she was enveloped in fire After suffering intense pain she died the next dayMr Deering lives on the McEIroy place near Simmstown in the eastern part ot this county Slightly Injured =Mr John M Adams was slightly injured last Friday and narrowly escaped serious injury Mr Adams is the Auc tioneer at the Farmers Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co loose leaf market On Friday after finishing his sales he got in a buggy with Mr Burr Fields to ride to town When the little bridge just this side of the warehouse was f reached the horse became frightened at the train and turner the buggy over the embankment throwing the occu pantsto the ground It was thought at first that Mr Adams had suffered a broken arm or at least a sprained wrist but further examination showed that he had been only bruised and consider ably shaken tJpoj i Tobacco Sales During the past week three sales of tobacco have been held on the markets of the Washington County Tobacco Warehouse Co and the Farmers To bacco Warehouse Co About 50000 pounds of tobacco have been sold at the three sales at prices ranging from six cents to twenty cents per pound the average price having been from 13cts to 15 cts per pound The buyers have been Messrs Moss Lake and Howard The tobacco which has been sold on thelocal market has brought very grati- fYing prices fISales Judge I H Thurman bought of the Brown h irs their farm on the Little Beech consisting of about 300 acres for 19900 McElroy Wharton real estate dealers report the following sales For Thos Duncan toJ R and Kent Smith farm of 176 acres in Pleasant Grove neighborhood at 55 per acre For J iM Elder to Itobt Mattinglv farm of 94 acres in Pleasant Run neighborhood at 72 50 per acre Far Sam Ray to R N Ward farm of 155 acres in Pleasant Run neighborhood at 65 per acre Meeting Closes The series of services which hayej been in progress at the Presbyterian church came to a close Sunday Dr J V Logan of Somerset who has been conducting the services has endeared himself to the people of Spring field and has accomplished much good during his brief sojourn Mr Logan is not only an earnest and fervent Chris tian but is a scholarly man and an engaging public speaker During the series of services several additions were made to the membership of the Presbyterian church Wont Slight a Good Friend II If ever I need a Cough jmedicine again I know what to get declares Mrs AL Alley cf Beals Me for after us ing ten bottles of Dr Kings New Dis covery and seeing its excellent results in my own family and others I am con vinced it is the best medicine made for Coughs Colds and lung trouble Ev eryone who tries it feels just that way Relief is felt at once and it quick cure surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorrhage Croup LaGrippe Sore Throat pain in chest or lungs its su preme 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson CUPIDS ARROWS Pierce The Hearts of Washington t County PeopleWeddingsOf ThompsonLeachman Miss Ella Thompson and Mr Harvey Leachman will be united m marriage tomorrow evening at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs CA Thompson Father Hennessey will per form the ceremony that will makethe young people man and wife After the wedding the bridal party will be entertained at supper by Mrs Thompson The bridetobe is the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Thompson and is a young lady who is quite popular among a large circle of friends Mr Leachman is the son of Mr and Mrs John Leach man and is a prominent young farmer of the Pleasant Grove neighborhood GrigsbyCaldwell n1tyter of Mr John Griecsby were married today at the residence pf Rev Father Hennessey Father Hennessey perform ing the ceremony i j i vI Suttondill Mr R Jtf Hall and Miss Annie Sutton both well known young people of the county came to t6wri last Saturday and were united m marriage by Rey W H Williams Marriage Licehsesi Other marriage licenses issued during the past week are as follows Ed Farris and Miss Luhe Hanby Hugh Leachman and Miss Bertha Edgerton Harrison Coyle and Miss Ada hasrSimnis and Miss Ethel Scott John Earl Snider and Miss Annie Mary Clarkson L IA Kidwell and MIss Susie M ThompsonI Death of Child Just before going to press last week word reached the offic ofThe Sun that Mr and Mrs W K Edelen had lost their threeyear old son This was an error whi h we wish to correct The little child winch was called by death was a little girl little Mary Sibyl aged 3 years and 2 months The little child had been a sufferer most of her life but a sweet and patient one There was never a complaint tor even when her frail body was1racked with pain and her head almost too heavy to lift from her pillow she would answer All right when asked how she felt A sweet flower which at the longest could have blossomed but a few years here below has been transplanted blossom and increase in loveliness eter nally where there is no pain or suffer ing Verily as the Master said of such- a this little child is the Kingdom of Heaven A mother father and sistersurvive to mourn their loss Uaybrooke Honored Our fellow townsman W DClay brooke was honored last week by being elected a director for two iyears of the National Citizens Life Insurance Co This is probably the largest insurance company in the South and the honor conferred upon Mr Claybrooke is a very distinct one but an honor well merited Card of thanks TO our many fnends who aided and comforted Us in our recent great bereavement we wish to express our heartfelt thanks and may God bless them for their goodness MR AND MRS Rl C BOBLITT AND FAMILY oeneoeoeneaaaeaeaeae eoeaeaeoe eaeneaeaeoeaaeaeneo a o Io 0 THanKsgivingS Q 1909 H j Every days Thanksgiving if you live your life aught T l0 Every days Thanksgiving if youlook up to the light V Every y sThanksgivingbut today we celebrate V W platet w e carve i And mother cut the pie fvv 0 The light of glad Thanksgiving f g Q Brings a sparkle to the eye t t Thanksgiving for the harvest kneel and happy tribute pay e To the Lord ofHosts who blesses with a glad Thanksgiving Day o 1 Every days Thanksgiving when the heart is full of hope J Every days Thanksgiving if still UD and on we grope Q Eyery days Thanksgiving but today we gather round Il Where the laughter of the children is thesweetest music foundr So father wield the carver f e And mother pass the cake Thanksgiving songs are ringing 0- G Till the very rafters shake Q Thanksgiving for Gods mercies that are shed on our way KtY0 arid 0Every days Thanksgiving for weve blessings to spare Every days Thanksgiving if we live life on the i quare V Q Every Jays Thanksgiving but today the kindre ties Q 0 Gently draw us close together where the oldtime homestead lies So father ask the blessing e And mother say AmenQ Q Thanksgiving day is drawing With the children home again Thanksgiving for the blessings as along lifes road we stray t7 And sing our songs of gladness on this good Thanksgiving J3ay o 0 Q Every days Thanksgiving let the skies be gray or blue Every days Thanksgiving if our hearts beat strong and truer Every days Thanksgiving but IS best of all For we gather round the table in response to mothers call IT So father lead the singing ill ri With our strong and lusty bass t And mother head the column a With i smile upon your face Thanksgiving he rtfelt honest and we sing along the way 1Qe e 008000eOOChain The Dog and Tur nTne Boy Loose That is exactly what many parents are doing here and they oftentimes wonder who or what has ruined their bovs They have been in school every day but the teacher either does not teach them any morality or else his or her teaching is a failure IIThe truth is the boys are on the streets from the time school closes until late at night The street corner is the best place in the world for teaching vice profligacy Jsnlrtlale1andtaught on the streets at late hours of the night Teachers may be able to accomplish a little in counteracting vile influences but much of thf r labor is in vain until parents cooperate with High School Notes Owing to the absence of so many of the debaters on last Friday afternoon the debate on Country Life vs City Life was postponed until Friday week thus giving them two more weeks to worry how they shall avert the respon sibility of a speech It seems that some of the boys have an intense dislike for this kind of work But of course that is not what made them stay at home last Friday- To be social Professor believes that Ithe whole class should stay in when one doesnt know his lesson But Clay tie says it is not fair to keep herin if Orrie does not know his Latin There will be no use of hunting after Thanksgiving day because all the boys are sure going to hunttheir aim being to rid the country of all the rabbits and birds including sparrows We would certainly haye good lessons if the boys knew them as well as they know the farms of the country that arenot posted Professor says the bovs must get out on the playground at recess Especially them in keeping their boys off theI street In regard to our schools parentshave duties to perform which they can ill af ford to neglect They should show toI their children that they have an inter est in the school They should examine carefully the reports sent by the teacher should see that their children are in school every day and that they are punctual should assist and encourage their children to do all their school duties faithfully and well should cooperate with ttie teacher m securing the prompt return of their children home after sdhool and talk freely with the teacher and principal in regard to same Harrodsburg Herald Owen cause he daes nothing but make eyes at the girls 0 you Holidays If nothing else we can thank our venerable forefathers that they set aside some extra days of rest when we could lay by the hard duties of school and enjoy for one good day the pleasure and sport with dog and gunJ ESTRAY About a week ago a black Poland China boar hog weight about 300 pounds strayed on my place Owner can have same by paying for this local and for keeping of hog W P MONTGOMERY Kentucky Star Flour Best made LAND SALE Washingtonof bottom land on Hardins Creek andI hasgooddwellingand lies on Springfield and Loretto turn pike 9 miles from Springfield and 4 miles from Loretto at Gasburg WillIalso sell one dwelling store GasburgWillder WEDNESDAY DEC 1 1909 JoG ADAMS Phone 199A Bardstown Kyr Rt 3 TURRE1I DRUNK An OldTime Thanksgiving Cus tom Which Is happily Now Obsolete I remember when J was a boy that one of the great features of Thanksgiv ins time was what we called the turkey drunk says a native of Western New York Folksdidnt seem to kill their Thanksgiving turkey in those days until the forenoon of the day it was to be eaten and it was the custom to get the bird most lou lv drunk and kill it while it was in that condition They used to say that it made the turkeys last moments on earth happy and it made its approaching death a matter of unconcern to the bird More than that it was believe that the branflytbeYc filled the turkey up with gave the meat a flavor that no bird that died sober could ever have I dont know whether that waS so but I do know that I cant get any turkey nowadays that has the peculiarly delicious flavorthOse brandy soaked birds of my beloved boyhood- had The turkey drunk was a great occasion It was witnessed by the whole family and all the invited guests if there were any Two hours before kin ing the turkey the head ot the family would filla teacup or a tin cup or sometimes a small gourd with brandy This he would take out to the poultry yard where the turkey which was to provide the Thanksgiving dinner would be cooped up by itself in one corner and place it on the ground in front of the turkey Those fowls appeared to be fond of brandy and the doomed bird would gobble up the intoxicating liquor with the relish of a confirmed old toper Sometimes a particularly large and fat turkey would drink the entire contents of the cup liAs soon as the bird was through drinking it would be let out of the coop and in less than three minutes it woukt i be staggering about the yard with as elegant a jag on as any rounder eve r enjoyed If the victim was a gobbler his efforts to maintain his dignity under- the influence of his load we a as funny as a circus clowns Steadying himself by an effort he would throw his head J up thrust his chest out lower his winga till they dragged on the ground and then try to strut among his hens witka domineering pomposity of his sober days His strut invariably ended m his falling ignominiously on hie nose and his struggles to regain his equilibrunx were equal to the drunken gymnastics lof Toodles The exhibition the intoxicated goo bier made ol himself created 1i7 takable surprise if not disgust in his harem and the hens would draw apart in groups and watch the antics of their lord in shocked silence The turkey never failed to get drunker and drUnk- er and at last would totter and fall and giva up to the influence of the liquor then was the time to kill the bird aad its head was cut off while the turkey was in its stupor That custom is forte tunately obsolete now I dont think it would be avery inspiring sight for owe to witness nowadays but inthe04ai times the stiffest teetotaler did sat seem to see anything wrong in making the Thankhgiying turkey ap good ard drunk I suppose that would comeuR g der the head of cruelty to animals now fAt any rate it should Smashes All Records As an nilround laxative tonic aahealth builder no other pills can cow pare with Dr Kings New Life illThfey tone and regulate stomach livtr and kidneys purify the blood stre gfthen the nerves cure Constipa ties Dyspepsia Biliousness Jaundice Hewfe ache Chills and Malaria Try them 25c at Haydon Robertsons tr Try Kentucky Star Flour its m 4ilike grandfather used to maiceifc ti 4 f THE SPRINGFIELp SUN VEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1909 1 THIS LE9II QRUG COI Ij AND STOCK items of Interest to Farmers and h yet ock and Poultry i Raisers Yl 4 Dispose of all stock that will be of1 n- oL t this winter feed is high and the Stood stock needs the room 5 vlGive the calvesthe bestcare YOU can is winter They are your dairy of to orrow If people would only take the trouble IJ plant a new tree for eVery one they at down the forestry question besolved I wouldI l Nut bearing trees planted along alli fe small branches and in the fence ornersl will increase the beauty and tralue of the farm JFbrthe strawberry patch nothing is aore beneficial than a good covering of table manure applied in the fall or sarly winterIL Of all things a horse hates to lie down ife a filthv bed By nature he is a clear V animal He is worthy ot a good r ned every day that he lives frThe way to make money out of the Vjkbrse breeding business is to breed Borises that will sell something that the people want Good horses pay scrubs dp not Plenty of fresh air in the henhouse is good butit does not pay to expose the bird to too much cold weather Drafts re worse than extreme cold and should Tte guarded against WE KElP ONLY PURE DRUGS When buying drugs make sure about their faurity Impure drugs wont hasten health Purity is the great essential We protect you by speciallytascertaining the purityof every drug we handle compoundedthissortofdrugsare of People usually so careful in other respects entirely neglect tojceep an ex tra rooster r for emergency and some times suffer loss through accident to thefmale during the breeding season Constant care is necessary jn marketing the egg crop Every egg should be Irefully wiped free from all dirt spots and the eggs packedm individual cases cortaining one dozen each poultrymen pick the feathers ISome hens at the beginning of the season and feed lightly ASI soon as the feathers grow again it claimed the hens begin to lay and continue all fall and winter IWhen you see a calf that is every theIpect tnat she will maka good dairy cow A wild calf can hardlrever be made fit fOrthe dairy f The government crop report just issued estimates this years tobacco crop at 8078 pounds per acre against 8202 as finally estimatedlast year The iIi Good Cough Medicine for Children and rown Folks Too could nardly do without Cnam IIWe Cough Remedy says Mrs Despain of Bloyd Ky i fund it to be so good for the croup and have used it for years I raIl heartily recom mend it for coughs colds and croup in children and grown folks too Ihe thatmanyCough Remedy a confidence based on many years experience in the use of it No one need hesitate to use this- remedy for it contains no chloroform opium or other narcotics and may be given to a child as confidently as to an HaydonDrug 1 r Do You Want toBuyaFarm- Wt can Sin you one any size any location any price We are ready at all times to show you Come and see us About 100 firms in our hands See partial list below No 2237 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike two dwelling houses two stock barns acres pf new land plenty of grass plenty of never failing water all under good fence No 8195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses twoIbathS plenty of water all of farm in grass all tinder good fence PPrice 55 per acre rNo 486k acres one mile east of Mackville 8 room dwelling tobacco barn all outbuildings fine orchard of J50Q trees all kinds of fruit all under good fence plentyofwa er plenty of grass Price 3500 6128 acies 7mnesfrom Sbrihgfield i2mile from pike 5No room qwelhnJrm repair acre tobacco barn n w plenty of timber good stock barn all the farm will raise to acco Price 45 per acre No 6120 acres seven room dwelling 12 acre toba 60 barn fine ptock barn 1QOacres fine river bottom land 20 acres of upland all under good fence no overflow land Pnce 35 per acre No 7200 acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant house 3 tobacco barts fine tobacco land at least onehalf ot tHe farm new land Price 40 ner acre No 812 acres 1 mile from Springfield on pike 5 room dwelling m good repair good barn all under good fence plenty of fruit plenty r water Price 2500 No 9150 acres 1 mile from Dike on county road 1 milerom 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 1096k acres 3 miles from Springfield close to school six room dwelling in good repair tobacco barn 36x64good stock barn j under good fence plenty ot locust posts Price 3600 LAKE BOSLEY S1SS SSI SnSiStSS ele SS S 8Je I C 1f c t 1 is8951849351pounds year j The barns whichaie warmest are not the most helifulf r sheep What sheep want is plenty bf Iresh air and freedom from cold winds and storms They do not care fiow cold it is if snow and fierce blasts do not reach them Dont you listen to the man that wants to buy the best lambs out of your flock t If thy are uobjd for any body they are gdod for you Build your flock pn9t tear it dwn that way The future farmer must be educated If the boys cannot attend the agricul turiaT colleges a systematic course of agriculturial reading at home is possi ble during the winter evenings and the time could not be better employed GRAHAM MUFFINS Rub to a cream a tablespoonful ot sugar and two of butter Into this beat four eggsi sif a teaspoonfuL of baking powder ihtc three cupfuls of graham flour add the butter and egg mixture and beat very hard for three minutes Turn into heat edand greased muffin tins arid bake in a very hot oyen The movable farrowing pen to be placed in some warm sheltered nook and from which the pigs may later run out and find exercise and pasture is meeting with more favor among raises of early pigs It is merely a large coop with a tight floor and single window that may Be sheltered in case ot severe weather A good bed nd- frequentatterition are essential It sometimes happens that a substi tute for green food must be found in which case raw vegetables such as ppl tatoes turnips rutabagas etc answer very well Apples are always relished Even pumpkins are not refused Cut the pumpkin in halves remove thei seeds and the hens will do the rest Get all of the tools andmachinery put away in the shell for winter Rub andicultivatorand prevent a lot of extra work when taken out for use next spring Un the Allerdjce Great Kicker liron hall of fame the name of Aller tlice captain of the University of Mich CAPTAIN AIilJEBDICE OP MICHIGAN Igan football team of 1109 will appear iu a conspicuous place All ldlces booting ability line placed him among the best the game ever produced Rice Rowing Scheme a Success In order to get the blade work of his oarsmen in gomt before the crews go on Hie wader Coach Itice of Columbia has dtvisiil an Indoor oar Whieli has Lied proVed successful Illce has nikena regular twelve foot oar and rigged In un oarlock so that Itcan he moved exactly as ir is when hi use on the vuUir The blade of the oar is bound in rubber to prevent its breaking when it comes hi contact with the hour and Jtlte takes his freshmen one by one every afternoon and gives them Jlve or ten minutes practice with thbiiiejv our As yet no welht tins been put on the oar but Rice thinks that this can be done with little trouble and If the new device oraves to be satisfactory a i oI t first rainy or stormy day go into the tool complement shed and give air the machnery a good coat ofoaintwitK plenty of oil in it A days work and two dollars worth of taint will save25- worth of machinery According to preliminary estimates made by the United States Department of Agriculture the 1909 winter wheat crop of the United Statesis 432920000 bushels against 437908000 bushels in 1908 and a five yearaverage of 412I 719000 bushels The spring wheat crdp for 1909 is placed at 291848000 bushels against 226694000 bushels in 1908 and a five year average of 237791000 Some Good Advice If you have dandruff get rid of it by illing the emsIIf your There is one sure remedy that will ure these misfortunes and aid you to remain young Parisian Sage thegreat hair restorer Is guaranteed to permanently remove dandruff in two weeks or The Leo Haydon Drug Co will give you your money back 4 Parisian Sage stops faIling hairit preventsthe hair from fading It is the best beautifier for ladies hair asit makes harsh lusterless hair fluffy soft and beautiful Parisian Sage is sold and rigidly guar anteed by The Leo Haydon Drug Ca- Price 50 cents a bottle It can also be procured at 50 cents a large bottle from the American makers all charges prepaid Address Giroux Mfg Co Buffalo N Y Croup Cured and a Childs Life Saved It affords me great pleasure to add my testimony to that of the thousands who have been benefited by Chamber lains Cough Remedy My child An drew when only three years old was taken with a severe attack 61 croup and thanks to the prompt use of Cham berlains Cough Remedy his life was saved and today he is a robust and healthy boy Iesays Mrs A Coy Jr remedyhassands of mothers keep it at hand and it has never been known to fail For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co t tTheSporting World llIIl1e it lull set williprobably bevlnstallea at Columbia Amateur Ice Hockey It has developed that the decided movement among some of the teams- composing the Amateur Hockey league of New York to garner new players Is more fact than fiction It has been a recognized fact that for the past few seasons various clubs In the Gotham organization realized that they would tostrengthepwas to be kept Jon the high plane that its ardent supporters would have It A rumor at the close of last season had It that several clubs were trying to persuade some excellent amateur players in the Dominion to play In New York Rowing at Stanford University Despite the fact that the faculty has announced that rowing will not be continued at Stanford university In Cal ifornia as an Intercollegiate sport su dents of the Institution announced that they will themselves support a crew Their plan is to form a club the mem hers to be the contributors to the fund that will finance the crew The ath letic association would not support a crew as Its endeavoring to pay for new athletic field If the students lute successful in their plans It is said faculty will raise no objection to having the college represented on the water May Abolish Mexican Racing Time international reform bureau has taken up the matter of the race track EIPasoIlandInterest of having the concession an Inulled This same bureau succeeded driving the promoters out of Lower 1tornili showing there as In El necentlv that the race course was just over the international Jlne to draw American money and horses and yet evade American laws Midget Baseball Pitcher Ii Time real and only midget pitcher In professional baseball is Gordon flick kiian the slur twirler of the Mobile Southern league team HIekinan weighs only 115 pounds and is built temsigame physicians cannot understand 1New Worlds Weight Record for establishing new unabatedICeltic park New York with the twelve pound hammer he shattered the old figures made by Lee Talbot of Cornell by a tcllle more than seventeen feet The record now stands at 20T feet 11 Inches i 1 tim Trouble Remedy Erse Any intelligent can be his own doctor in the ordinary case of liver trouble for the symptoms cannot be mistaken If the white of the eye becomes yellowish if the skin be comes sallow it pimpljesand blotches appear if the not move i you have sick headacjhe if you are bilious you tha ure that your remedy yet inactiveItrouble or any dwell8 Syrup Ive compound This wonderful remedy Is not only a laxa starttheenabling the liyer to do Its work natur ally A bottle of this great liver remedy can be bought of any druggist for 60 singlebottleFor example John W Leo 619 8 Pennsylvania ave Indianapolis Ind had a oliverjaundice etc and It cured him Mrs B Ky says the same of families keep It In 111lnchunliiJackBon Just such an emer never tell when some will need a good laxative In order to have you or any other suf Jferer from the liver make a test of Dr Caldwells Pepsin without personal expense Dr Callwel1 will send you a tree test bottle It you wlll send your name ypuhowlotyourhave found a cure That Is the object lot ItofiendIt there Is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or If you want Siany medical advice write doctor and he nflll answer you fully Therei no charge for this service The address is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bids Montlcello sale by The Red Crow Drug 819riI Ior HANDi US YOUR ORDERSFOR I JOB I i PRINTING I WORIISTOE I isiYI Deafness lannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian 1 ube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is en tirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be tak en out and this tube restored to its nor I mal condition hearing will be destroyed rorever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but in in flamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give one hundred dollars for any case Deafness caused by ca tarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold bv Druggists 75c Take Halls Family PUs for consti paticn Slogans JIFREE Sewing Machine 0runs lighter than any other GrREE t lat longer than any other GfFREE Lmorchcautifu1t11anany 1Jf fREEtas less vibration than any other 61fREEii to operate than any other t FREEmakes a more perfect stitch thnany otbcr GfmEEia the best of all com Lined Lope FREE SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK CO Agent Springfield Ky 1 1 gl Dr W F Trusty Practical Dentist i SPRINGFIELD Dental work at r KE1TUCKYwork guaranteed fOftlee over Haydon B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident aysr1iableandworld Your insurance solicited OR M W HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORK SPRINGFIELD KEN UQlCY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 m 4t 5pJ iii Dr J C MH4i SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY ot orncE CT HATDOSSDEUO Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to 2p M J HLAMPTONMD SPRINGFIEID KY J Office in Opera House Office phone No5 Residence NoiSS f MISS aLA ADAM NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 1Nigt 19 T SCOrf MAYESVSt ATTYATLAW SpringfieldKy will practice lnothe courts of WabIngtoa otAppeajiiandF tC C McCnORD t ATTYATLAW r Springfield KyjWill practice In all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW SSpringfield1 Ky WaihIhgonndadfoinlng MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER J KyOffice f Washlugtoand S M CAMPB- ELLAUCTIONR Springfield KT specialtyWillable Phone 84 1 H M BUSSELL AUCTIONEER Lebanon Kyf Rt S Crying public sales a specialty Can cry sales anywhere cheaper than thecheapest Phone 1 tong 1 short Lebanon Exchange JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And i Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KEftrUdSY u f J lj J Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Linear Caskets awl BiirkI Ktbcs Telephone i aviaj Night 74 1 THE SUN ANDBoth pperslyr Bryans Commoner 151 150Weekly150 175Weekly175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe 175ThriceaWeekHome and Farm i oL2175AmericanAmerican Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentlemani 200 L25FannReview of Reviews 321 28iScribners175HarpersHarpers Weekly 49i Sunny South1SoE r JD t TIE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1909 Hq 3 1 if TAXES MUST BE PAID BY DEC 1st r 1 After December First a penalty goes on Pay now Save Money This is my lad year to collect Taxes and being bound to make all collections by December 1st I ask that everybody call and g settle without further notice and avoid trouble Ii Sydney Osborne Sheriff Washington County EXCHANGE EXCERPTS jSayings Press At Large c Yat Woman has been studied faithfully but she remains a mystery Glasgow Times t Most men like to let their7ightshiner when they get a new carLondon Echo He has a share in a good deed who heers another on toitBourbon Stock Journal We all have qur faults butwe pre er to be our own fault ndrSLouis ville Herald y He who has neither friend nbr is without talents powers or 1energyLavater Psychologists say that only very in telligent people can blush Uo you ever tblush1Exchange As long as a man an find something to kick about he feels that life is worth living Bourbon Stock Journal =it is very mortifying for a woman to discover that her husband doesnt love her any more than she loves filmEx To seem good to be goo and to make good are different in degree and probably in quality Mutual Protective LeagueI An office seekers love for his coun try isa good deal like that ot a titled foreigner for an American heiress Blue Grass Clipper v Many who want to clean up the world rarkJno anxious to hang out their wash than to do their own Sure Shot J yr I When you hear a womans husband spying lets not talkabout it any o eUit is a sign that he hasnt said much anyway Valley View Argent Do We Need More Money asks a 1iterin Harper Weekly There are sbne questions that are really too silly r MantA man named Clover has just bee- nmarriedand soon there will ba sevwd blades of grass where there was form erly but one Marion County Leader When a woman turns over Hie leaves of the book of love she never places a bookmark in it but rather enjoys be ginning anew each time Valley View Argent Dying From Home and Lost is the name of a popular hymn written under unusual circumstances Two young men having been brought up in the same neighborhood became rail road bridgebuilders An accident occurred in which one of them was fatally hurt The physician told him he could live but a few hours and he asked his companion to pray for him but he in silted that he did not know how to pray The dying man asked that a song be sung but not one of the 50 or7b railroad men around his cot could sing He asked that a chapter be read buTno Bible could be found and almost with his last breath he said Not a prayer nor a song nor a word from the good bpok thousands of miles from mother and sister I am dying from home and lostj This sad incident were the dir cumstances thit gaye birth to this song e Companion draw nigh they say I must die Early the summons has icome from on high The way is so dark and yet I must go Oh that such sorrow you nevermay know CHO USIOnly a prayer onlv a tear Oh if mother and sister were here Only a song twill coinfortand cheer Only a word from that Hooks dear Ah can you not bow and pray with me now learnedITo come before Him who only can save Leading in andIthe grave And can you not sing a song of His love How He came down from the mansions above To bleed and to die on Calvarys tree Bringing salvation to sinners like me Alas it is so but thus it must be No word of comfort or promise for me To die without God or hope in His Son CoveredIn darkness bbereaved and un done Oh people of God who have His blest word Will you not heed the command of your Lord And publish to all of Adams lost ace Pardon forgiveness salvation through grace Kills To Stop The Fiend The worst foe for 12 years of John Deye of Gladwfn Mich was 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 A Financial Success Secretary Newman has mad his an nual report to the State Fair Board this week It shows that the net prof its of the fair tins year were 19360 against 1326452 last year or a net increase over last years exhibit of 6 09631 The total gate admission for the six days this year were 104942 This showing is certainly very gratifying to the people of Kentucky and in dicates that our people appreciate and will support this great enterprise for the development of our State- MONEY BACK The Leo Haydon Drug Co Sells a Remedy for Catarrh on that Liberal Basis Breathe Hyomei over the germridden membrane and it will kill the germs and cure catarrhi There is no other wayyou must get where the g rms are before you can destroy them And when catarrh germs have disap peared other things will happen there will Jae no more hawking not even in the morninKfthat offensive breath will j sappear be rib more obnoxious mucous or coughing or sneezing or huskiness of voice or difficulty in breathing All these disagreeable accessories of the demon catarrh will disappear and as they go the glow of health will return and all the strength 4 and energy that was formerly used in 1111brmgwill makej a new healthy happybemg of you in a few weeks The Leo Haydon Drug Co will sell you a complete Hyomei outfit for 100 This includes a fine inhaler a bottle of Hyomei pronounced Hi homeand instructions for use Sold by leading druggists everywhere Extra bottles 50 cents And bear in mind money back i Hyomei doesnt cure MIONACures It rolioyes stomach Seffsoursrom ach belching and cures o ease or money back Iiare box of tab lets 50 townsl EASYTHING iForthe PeopleSecretdry WH Ison Talks i Some day the steady increase in population in the United States is hound to overtax the ability of the farmer to provide fon its sustenance but that day is remote jaccordihg to Secretary Wil son of the Agricultural Department says a dispatch from Washington Nor will it bel necessary in the immediate future import grain for bread not withstanding the doleful predictions of depehdsupon farmer t make the most of the resources 0is land and tbimproye his methods ij agriculture with the needs of the pec pie The soects for a greaC increase in thelQn of wheat is excellent in the opini 4of Secretary Wilson and for two ejsons first the greatly enhanced a ketvalue of that stable would sur ly tempt the American farm ers to phnt more wheat and second thanks tjo fjie discovery of the possibil ity of growing durum wheat in a large part of hithertoregardedIas would be a great addition the total of the annual Crop Last yea no less than 60000000 bushels of arum Wheat were grown in the United Statesand Dr GailoWay who is nia inJ a special study of the- possibHitie pf this new grain seconded the Secretary hopeful view of the situation byjiiiterjecting the remark that at twenty ne stations inthe West in vestigator weie ascertaining the conditions best adapted tp itsgrowth But the d partment dons not like the methods that are being pursued by the growers Soil robbery i exclaimed Dr Galloway and the secretary assented to fa e designation Great syn dic ates are farming tracts ot 10000 acres in wheat planting the crop again and again without regard to the neces sary rotatior that would insure theisoil against exha stione That was one of the thi gs the Sec saldthatbetterquired to produce all the wheat that the American people would need He pointed out as worthv of imitation the European practice where on lands that had been farmed for ages food grains were steadily and profitably grown The secret was in the rotation a tract would be dIVIded into at least three parts and the best portion planted in wheat the second best in barley and the third fin oats the following year there would be a shift and legumes and grasses w utdalso be grown to enrich the soil In that manner tne farms itwere kept at a high standard Probably not he replied hut there is no telling what mig it follow such a disturbance in the industrial and financial World as we had sn 1907 and should w is it1e50c whea HLived 152 YearS Wm P4rrfEnglanda oldest man married the third time at 120 worked in the fields till 132 and livid 20 rs longer pOple should be Youthtuljat 80 James iWrlghtof Spurlock Ky shows hovir b remain young feel just like a jl boy he writes after takh ksIx bottles of Electric Bitters Fo thirty years Kidney trouble made fjg a burden but the first bottle oft te wonderful medicine convinced me Ij iad found the reatestctlre- on earth theyre a godsend to weak sickly rundown orb old people Try heq150c t Haydon Robertsons THE SUNI and TIMES S35OThe Sun and CourierJo al 1150 HIS ONLY PAIR BrownI sent my trou ers over to the tailors yesterday to be repaired Little BlnksI vi ondered why I didnt see you What Would You Dot In case of a burn or scald what would YOU do to rplieve the vain Such in juries are liable to occur in any family and everyone should be prepared for onIinstantly and unless tne injury is very severe one will cause the p its heal without leaving a scar For salet by The Leo Haydon Drug Co 11I1IHIIIMiiIifJm WP CLUBBING RATES WIT- HLOUISVILLE DAILIES i the Sun and The Louisville One vear3 50 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except bunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 7f dailyCourierJournal days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one year 3 50 1IIPlJQJ aatslaeflllwd l ai11t- Your Stationery Is your silent representative If you sell fine goods that are up todate la style and of superior quality It ought to be reflected In your printing We produce the kind that you need and will not feel ashamed to have represent you That Is the only kind it pays to send out Send your or den to this office Pain I Weakens Headache rheumatism neuralgia or pains of aisystemthey on the nerves Almost obtamed AntiPain Pills and without any bad aftereffects Take one on first indica willwarlpleasant little tabletsold by druggists everywhere 25 doses 25 cents never sold in bulk I was subject to constant head Attimesofstationot a friend I trIed Dr Miles Anti beenthotheadachesthat wclalmodRUSSELLbit AntiPainPillsthemThey IllsYourtoreturn jM til ill fl iji ili ill t ij Q ill ii ijtg ti ii J fl II M IZ1 r i i f tFREE+ PREMIUMS a i SRr The SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST premiumsits J ito club raisers than any southern fitpaper +4I year we are giving away + i a lot of new and valuable pres + + r ents some things you never saw r J f before + i Anybody cantii+ the SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST JJe cause it thejbest paper piBlKnei r Mfor southern farmers and the pricetit is very reasonable Write for tree sample copy con taining attractive premium offers t tifELjSOUTHERN AGRICULTHISTi I k Hashvillt Tennessee t tfi i 4H1 M sI444ef WHAT ABOUT YOUR WINTER READING Let us furnish you with your winter S ufreading we have clubbing rates with 1 fall the leading dailies and weeklies fri j connection with The Sun and IWays afi the lowest possible price v I ttS Call and give uydur t Order 8Ir t1 1909 1909 LTHE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY READ Sty Swmnj past vqWiSEf FREE 1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months on a Year 3k EVERY TRUE KENTUCKI SHOULD HAVE COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS The Latest Kentucky MapUp To 909FuU anti CwRptoto Engraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of J f The IfTheonly cxn3tencGere J Th among them a maptif the United States the ihilJppfneslIawail Porto RIcOand the Panama Canal Zone also map of the w The Atlas shows portraits of all the Presidents the Rplere of all Nations with Coats of Arms and A page is given over to Historical Kentucky from formation of State to ibe year StateOfficialstucky louse Congressional and Railroad Commissioners Districts Dem ocratic ana Republican State Central Commit tees and State Executive Committees Senatorial FROM TIfromof the ransom Canal Great Lakes Islands Porto Rico Alaska Area and Population of States aridCoUu The States and those admitted Evening Post Kentucky Governor Wall be FREE to those who subscribe OPines Evening Post for One Year at 800 or for at 200 by Mail This price only for who cannot get The Evening Post delivered or Agent for Sample CoPyaod full description of or setter rlae 1eHaM let the AUsealbecaIleettc SheIy THE EVENING POST Ltvinille DI SPECIAL RICEA THE WALL ATLAS li350 QaPER t 4 i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 IQOQ CONGRESSMAN BEN JOHNSON Congressionalgas a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor As a matter of fact Mr Johnsons friends have been hard at work for months They say that Tthe Congressmans gubernatorial boom is in fine shape In fact they claim that his stock is a hundred per cent higher now than it was before the last Selectiqn As Secretary of the Democratic State Campaign Committee Mr Johnson had much to do with the campaign the Democrats made in the State and the fact that the next Legislature will be largely Democratic has not work ed to Mr Johnsons disadvantage The Fourth District man is a shrewd poli tician and the chances are that whenever he does make formal announcement hewUfbeto bo shown and he never takes a step in politics until he knows positively where his foot is going to landCincinnati Enquirer Ii SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance Hl SMITH Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission the mails as sec ndclas5 matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Oms rearv 1100 Six Months 50 Three Montbn x 25 CARdWELLi Graham Holiday were in Louisville Mast week with six hogsheads of toba co some orwhich brought from ltd to 14i cents per pound Several weddings to report this week among them are Mr Willie Perkins and Alhe Lay Mr Willie Milburn and Miss Bertha Lay Mr H Taylor and Miss Effie Anderson Mr Wesley Taylor and Miss Elliott of Battle ly1MrsMrs Billie Busby and Mrs Elvin Birch visited at Floris Lays Sunday JW Moore sold four yearling steers to RA Wilham of Salvisa at 4c t Graham Perkins sold to same party one heifer at 3c and one steer at 3fc T D Graham sold a bunch of yearling steers to G W Foster pf Har rodburg at Sic N B Royalty sold about 40 Jiead of eattle to B Lawson We failed to get the price E T Perkins and J W Moore bought a otof turkeys for Thanksgiving at 12c per pound Hogs are selling at 7c and scarce at that price Graham Perkins sold their hand some 4yearoIdf brown gelding to Rev Stafford of Frankfort for 425IW L Graham boughtout his part ners interest in their pacing mare The mare has been worked 40 days and can show a 220 gait Price paid was 300 Graham Perkins bought a 6year old black jack of Woodford county part ties for 400r WjJk G Holiday bought OV Lay 2 cows at 3c Try Keatuclcy Star Fiouri So good Kentucky Star Flour Best made r I I 1i I Harmony Restored Owing to serious misunderstanding among the members of the Burley Pool of the 19C and 1907 crops of tobacco m Washington county the Executive Board committeeIconsisting of Lester Witherspoon of jWoodford county and E T Pollard of Shelby county to confer with the growI rat a meeting held at Sp the i8th of November The entire situation was discussed and explained to the satisfaction of all concerned as the following certificate will show andwe Callon every Burley grower to join hands with us in protecting our mutual interestWe undersigned members of the Burley pool hereby agree on the follow ing named gentlemen as officers for Washington county first Manager and Secretary T J Settle and Harry Wright assistant ShewmakerAubra TumeyWA Clements Dee Riley RA Mclntire D HMatherly Sam Literal W H Wright Len Riley H C Graves CH Wheatley U Shewmaker Walter Shewmaker C L Lay lh L Shewmaker D W Shew maker A R Murphy John B Shew maker Arthur Qlaham John Tumey Marion County Falcon and Enterprise Mrs Mary D- England died at her home on Proctor Knott Avenue Monday morning at 6 oclock Deceased was 80 years of age and death was due to infirmities incident to her advanced age Mr Ivo Brussell died at his home in this city Friday afternoon at 530 o clock after a short illness of compli Gated stomach trouble Deceased was 59 years of age and was possibly as Well known as any man in this county haying been for the last eight years Coroner of Marion county iThe closing out sale of St Lambert Jersey cattle by the Crawford Brothers of this city was a great success from every point of view Fortyseven head were sold bidders coming from all sections of the country The average price for the entire herd sold was 198 the foftyseyen head bringing 9 290 The bull Melia Anns grandson 160469 was purchased by Edgar Vaughn of Shelby ville Ky for 900 The next highest price was 809 paid by W R Spann of Dallas Texas Dr G T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth ExtractedWith out Pdin CROWN WORKA SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky fee in Hafon Block up stairs Lojcal News Notes shopperOn aafter Jan 1st my house of 8 rooms and lot of 3 acres for rent or sale II WALTER E LEACHMAN rA andrplumes just m prices right MRS WILLIAMS J Chr strtlas presents for everybody at GRUNDY MCINTIRES 1LA new line of hair braids We can match your hair come in- MRS WILLIAMS The Ladies of the Baptist church will serve Court Day Dinner in February All millinery atgreatly reduced prices Come in before you buy MRS WILLIAMS See ours before buying your Christ mas presents Can save you mbney GRUNDY MCINTIRE w WANTEp A good blacksmithat Kelly Shop Apply to J- J Si LEACHMAN The n west millinery the latest styles art ithe lowest prices can always be found at WATHEN SHADERS It Mound City Paints may costa trifle more budtMr Leo Haydon STRAYErA black cow no horns bob my place at Pleasant Run In formation appreciated WILL ED LEN Newest Millinery at the most reasonable prices See ours before buying MRS MULLIGAN over Peoples Bank The newest the best and most plete line jqf Christmas presents atIGRUNDY The Union Thanksgiving service will be held at the Baptist church at 1030 Thursday morning Rev Lawson will preach the Sermon LOST Oh last Saturday a bunch of from 6 to 10 keys between my house and car of coal on the side track near the depot Finder will please return and receive reward MRS J W KELLY The annual Sunrise Thanksgiving prayer meeting will be held as usual at the Baptist church at7 oclock Thanksgiving morning Judge Selec man will conduct the prayer meeting For first class Cle rtin and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop We have a complete line of the latest Styles in Millinery Our paces are the lowest we can save youmoney MRS MULLIGAN over Peoples Bank If you are going to buy a Wheat Drill dont fail to see the Thomas A full carload ofjBirdsell wagons just arrived See them j Buy them Sold by A C KIMBALL FOR SALE Two farms in grass well improved plenty tobacco land 91 acres on pike adjoining Springfield 100 acres on pike near Pleasant Run DEBOEINOTICE l have installed a corn mil- and feed crusher in the old Casey shop on Main St and am prepared to grind corn meal and feed stuff at all times Give mesa trial A C KIMBALL For Sale or Rent A House andLoton Texas road about threesquares from Graded School House has four rooms Good barn well and garden Will rent at reasonable price or sell on reasonable terms Ap ply to MRSTNANNIE J MCMILLEN Old papers for sale at this office Old pap rs for sale at this office iTfct Sib lad CoarlwvJoornal ftM IC IMPORTANT = SALE OF MENS AND BOYS I II Suits and Overcoats 1IMPORTANT TO US because we desire to Reduce our Im of Clothing IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC because they now have an to buy their Winter Clothing at Prices AWAY UNDER THEIR REAL VALUE BESTI lineII 4 I WE will not quote any prices in this ad but if you will come yourself and bring your boys youwill hear th- eE Lowest Prices ever quoted on High Class Clothing U WAlso offering Sepcial Inducements in Ladies SuitsUIII One Lot of Childrens and Misses Cloaks at I Less than Cost i Every Department filled with choice merchandise which we will be glad to Quote 10wpricesi I The ROBERTSONCUYBROOKE CO I SPRINGFIELD INCORPORATED KENTUCKY M I I NOtice to- Taxpayers TAl HAM SPRINGS Born to the wife qf Elmer Keeling a fine boy Mr Merritt Foster has moved his saw mill to the farm of G W Cla r and Sam Wells Mr Ezra Shields son of Milton Shields Jr deceased died of consump tion at the home Edgar Brown Mr Evan Keeling has bought a half interest in the store of T J Trent Co at this place Possession March lIst 1910 Evan Foster has begun the erection of a new dwelling house near Tat ham Mr Ed Hatchett also has begun a dwelling house just below the mill The Fiscal Court by its order made on Nov 23 1 909 directed the County Treasurer of Wash ington County to go over the books of the Sheriff of Washing ton county Kyon Dec 2 1909 and add a penalty of 6 per cent on all Taxes then remaining un paid which penalty must be col lected by the sheriff By order of court this notice is published in the county papers B L LITSEY I County Judge Mrs Allie Pearson died ot pneu monia The remains were interred in Fairview cemetery Corn is selling at 60c per bushel tur keys at 12c per pound hogs at 7c per pound James Kays Jr bought a mare trom Richard Carey for 100 Mr C C Foster is visiting his son Hurtle Foster at Rariton 111 He will also visit his brother Green Foster near McCornbTlll and his son Rufus Foster at Bagdad Ky before return ing home- RichardCarey sold his farm to Vallas Royalty for 5000 Possession Jan 11 Dave Cutsinger and brother George bought a farm of Evan Keeling for 1500 Notice to Huntete The following people announce that their lands are posted and theY forbid hunting on their premises Parties caught hunting upon the lands ofany of the undersigned will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law Moral Stay off and keen out jof trouble C J HAYDON V LUCINDA PAYNE DEE RILEY J Parties desiring their names placed m this list mayhave it done by paying 25ca name cash ito vanceED OOQOOOOOCOCXXOpOOOOQOCOCXX9 FARMERS1 BANK IR Incorporated 5 Mackviilt Ky iCAPITAL 500000 SURPLUS PRQFIT 300000 rWe offer you fair treatment with every accommodation that is con sistent with conservative banking aRQ tors who must be men of ability as well as integrity as they are g affairsWe anxiousJ B PETER President ELVIN BIRCH VPreaidont J M SMITH Cashier S r DIRECTORS B 2 JB Peter Elvin Birch S 5 cAveyJ S3 O Goo W Powell C Shi7wmaker- J X W Best IB G Mathorlj 5 J W Arnold X 0000006000000000000000000 F Dont Fail to See The Two Merry Trarnjs- At Opera Houp Saturdiay Dec 4r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN s WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER zq 1909 S Christmas Novelties H I We have a complete line of Christmas Novelties presents for ail the family old and young alike and we want your Christ mas trade Our prices on these goods will bring us your trade if you will inspect them before buying Give us a call eVERYTHING yEW ANYTHING YOU WANT r COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF Grundy Mclntire Springfield I Iw SPRINGFIELD V STALLARD KYPHONE DO 72 b I f IEXTRACTED Pain WITHOUT or Dinger Done in this office is first andjnstOver McElroy Ss Shaders Grocer EI OeaeOeOeQeOeOeOeoeOeOeOeO w 1 O Personal Notes i I e 0oe Visitors In and Out of TownA o Round Up of the Weeks Yo Personal News e e Jjeo IQeoeoeoeaeOtfaeaeoeQae Help thehappy hbursalong With a laugh and cheery song v Gloom and sadness never pay Speciallyon Thanksgiving day Mr Jas Phillips of Lebanon was l among thecouqty court visitors 1Will Spalding of Bardstown was Here for county court Dr JN Shehan of Maud was in tovJh Monday J 4Mr VS Gibbs of Shelby county and H D Stiles of Boyle county were county court day visitors Mr Hefferrian Rubel of Lebanon visited here Sunday Dr W TBarnett ot Mackville was in town Sunday on his way home frmh Louisville =tr W W Hyatt of Willisburg I was In town last Thursday and Friday Mr Ben Simms was in Bardstown and Louisville last week Rev Williams will spend Thanksgiving iq St Louis There will be no services except Sunday School at the Baptist church next Sunday =Mr and Mrs Thomas Reed of Bookers were guests of Mr R C Bob litt and wife Sunday =Mr and Mrs Vallas Pink ton of Maple Hill were guests of S H Bishop and wife Saturday and Sunday Miss Margie Bonta who is teach 7ing a very successful school at Fenwick was the weekend guest of her sister Mrs S H Bishop Mrs1 S H Bishop and sister Miss Margie Bonta will spend the Thanks giving holidays in Louisville as the guests of relatives Cola John IMcElroy was m Louis- Ville Sunday Mrs James Haydon of Bardstown is the guest of her daughter Mrs Leo HaydonMr T and Mrs J F Pettus have re turned home after a visit to relatives in Stanford Misses Mary Lee and Nancy Simms are in Louisville Mr Edmont Lane of Danville vis ited 0iere Saturday and Sunday Miss Josie Lee has accepted posi tion with Grundy McIntire during the holidays Miss Mary Brown of Louisville spent the weekend v ith her sisters Misses Lucy and Veola rown Durling the little son of Mr and Mrs L T Brown is ill of pneumonia Misses dell McGill Addie Willett Louise Tucker Emma Rose Polin and Lois Johnston are at home from St Catharine to spend Thanksgiving DrM JW Hyatt and Mr J R Durham returned home last Friday after a ten days stay at Martinsville Ind Mr and Mrs Carlisle Clellan of Middlesboro kre visiting Mrs Clellans father Mr 1F Gregory at Pleasant Grove t Rev JN Logan who has been church11durinhome in Somerset M Mr W 14 Mayes S C is visiting his da ndayj J R Durham Mrs Everett home last week after a visit to Miss Anrh e James in Harrodsburg Mrs Mollie Russell and Mrs Beard of Bardstown visited here one day last week Messrs T A Spalding and Barber Baldwin of Bardstown visited Mr C J Haydon one day last week Miss Maude Blythe of Mason City Iowa will arrive tonight to be th guest of Miss ISue Ray Mr Jas E Blythe of Mason City Iowa will spend Thanksgiving his sister Mrs RA McElroy Mr Hood Cunningham is ill of pneu monia at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Andrew Cunningham Mrs S C McGill and Mr Arthur McGill left day to spend Thanksgiv ing with Mr Ralph Hagan and family m Fairfield Little Nellie Ruby Riedel is quite ill Mr Chris Hertlem will pen d Thanksgiving in FaIrfield Mr D R Litsey is in Casey county on ahunting trio Miss Marie Maloney of Louisville will spend Thanksgiving with her cousin Miss Susie Pope Dr WSV Stallard and Mr Mike y Simms left today for Fairfield wile they will spend several days hunting a +++++ + + iW E GREENE iBarberShop t I have purchasedof Mr Raymond Nally his Barber Shop next to the Walton hotel and will conduct the 4 e business at the same stand I am always ready to serve my customers and ask that you give me a share of your patronage I am agent tor the Home Laundry of Louisville and have a mybarber IiCleaning and Pressing call on me All work guaranteed W r+ ++ ++ ++ + + + Mrs David R Litsey will spend Thanksgiving in Louisville JC Shader Jr accompanied arIrivedThanksgiving with his narents Mr and JfMrs J C Miss Margaret Bunnell who attends school at St Catharine will spend Thanksgiving with her parents in Camp bellsville Hon Frank J Brown Representa- tIve ofNelson county and candidate for Speaker of the House was in tbyn Monday shaking hands Yith friends Mr Lee Boblitt of Illinois who was called here by the death of Mr Prentice Boblitt has returned home He was accompanied by M5s Susie Boblitt who will spend a year in lIino- isIMr and Mrs Frank Peters have returned from their bridal trip and are with andIMrs G L Haydon Mrs J R Claybrbbke and Messrs J S D J R and John Clay brookJwhQ were called to Scottsboro Ala last week by the death of Mr Huber Claybrooke have returned home Mrs Mattie McDowell of Danville is thpj guest of her sister Mrs Palmer Grundy near town- PLEASANT GROVE Dri Geo Leachman and sons of Louisville spent several days with his un cle M G Leachman the latter part of last week Mrs Nannie Leachman of Springfield is spending a few jdays with rek tives here Misses Ellen Gregory and Sue Reed gave a parcel shower for Miss Bertha MeGregory Monday aft rncon Many beautiful and useful presents were re pahr a very was erve Mjss Nannie Thompson of pring field is at the home of her brother Mr W A seeIi ous illness r Thompson s young estr son offMr and I Martin entertain ed the ng yoUng people at six oclock on Friday evening in honor of the 20th birthday of Mr W J Martin Misses Sue Edgerton Bertha Edgerton Ellen Gregory and Adeline Cox and Messrs Ed Litsey Jnp Polin Hugh Leachman and Wm J Martin Miss Mabel Price has returned to Springfield after a visit to Miss La vinia OConnor Mr Thomas Duncan has sold his farm of 176 acres to Mr Kent Smith at 55 per acre Possession given Jan 1 reMiss Lena Yankey returned to her home in Lexington Friday Mr and Mrs Carlisle Clellan and children of Middlesboro are at the home of Mrs Cle lands father Mr J F Gregory PENWIUv Mr J M Horan and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr S C Begley and wife Miss Ethel Rodgers who is teaching school at Simmstown spent from Friday until Monday at her home in this vicinityMrs Lizzie Anderson and daughter Rosa were guests of Mrs Fein wick Monday Prof Hunre of Mackville spent Sat urday night with J E Harmon of this place Mr Lev Fenwick of Springfield was the guest of his sister Mrs Myrtle Fenwick Saturday night and Sunday Mr 4oe Smith and Mrs Ella Mont gomery of Springfield spent Sunday in our town Rev Gabe of Harrodsburg filled his regular appointment at this place Sun day Several from this yicimty attended county court Monday Miss Rose Adams who teaches school at Tatham has dismissed her school until spring on account of the illness of her sister Miss Edna Cochran is on the sick list at this writing Mr Elmer Hume of Mackvillie was in our community on business Monday Otis Harmon spent Monday hunting with his brothers J C and J T Har mon of this place Miss Pearl Fenwick of this place is visiting relatives at Possom Ridge this week Misses Ethel Rodgers and Sadye Fen wick were in Mackyille Saturday morn iuR Mr Stanley Rogers is very ill at this writing VALLEY HILL As your humble scribe is posessed of a peculiar and very acute headache at the time of this composition the readers will ki dly excuse our feeble attempt at wri ing an interesting com munication for this issue Henry Tatu of Harrodsburg is in our midst this week James Hunter of Louisville is spend Cion a t1l1 trip IH M Goatley and Jas Moran Jr Were in Willisburg Friday on business James Harmon of Fenwick was In our midst Friday James Moran Jr purchased a nice driving mare at the sale of B H Young last week areIguests of relatives in Louisville L T Brown of Springfield recently purchased two beef cattle from Tatum Brown Mrs Mattie McDowell of DanvilleI- S the guest of her sister Mrs Grundy of this place STBrown a nice bunch of steers at 4cperI pound Mrs WF Moran IS on the sick list this week Mr and Mrs Benedict Janes were guests at the home ot MrM1teedl Sunday Jas Moran Jr purchased a bunch of stock ewes from Mike Fitzgerald last week The hunting season is on but On the boom well I guess Capt Brooks of the L N reserve force is stationed here with eighteen men re pairing the track on Division No 5 There are several shantycars station on the siding and aidining car for the working crew beside the side door sleepers are m evidence ECZEMA CURABLE PROOf NOW AT 25c t Try the Oil of Wintergreen loin poundItch is Instantly Relieved It is usually very costly to a spelialist in any disease but for 25 cents on a special offer we can now give to those sufferin from eczema or any form ot skin disease absolutely instant relief with prospect of an early cure A special trial bottle of the oil of wintergreen as compounded in the Chicago Laboratories of the D D D Company may be had in our store on this special 25 cent o rerThis one bottle will convince youwe know jt we vouch for it Ten years of success with this mild soothing wash D D D Prescription has convinced us and we hope you will accept the special 25 cent offer so that you also will be convinced Haydon Robertson Springfield KyF If you are thinking of buvmg a gaso line engine see the MIAMI at ARC Kimballs Use Kentucky Star Flour to bake your Cakes and make Biscuits Its light pure white and healthful a v = j Thanksgiving Have you thought Thaliksgivitg us bake that Cake you will need and let us furnish you with the Refreshments you will need We can furnish you these things cheaper than you can make them at home Fresh line of Fruits Cakes Candies Nuts Etc just received Come to see us fresh Oysters Celery Malaga Grapes Everything for your Thanksgiving Dinner Katie Hertlein Bro hr T To Tobacco Growers Contributed Owing to serious misunderstandings the Burley Tobacco Growers of Washington county who pooled their crops of j tobacco in 1906 and 1907have been loath to reinhst for the 1909 crop The Executive Board at Lexington learning of the fact sent to Springfield on No 18 as members of that body a corni mittee composed of the Hon Lester Witherspoon of Wodford county and Hon BT Pollard of Shelby county a member of Representative Tobacco Growers met with these gentlemen and after athorough discussion and expla tion the satflactloof every one pres ent was roadbed and entire harmony 1prevailedAS we understand the proposition 0f the Burley poolis that the entire crop is to be handled and sold within the bounds of the county byes tablishing prizing houses arid ware prorpose to establish at the expense of the ociety not asking our people for a siqgle cent It occurs to us thIs is a fine opportunity to the burley growers as the pooling of the 1906 und 1907 crops proved a success beyond contrapiction in doubling the priceof tobacco tour burley growers w old enlist as we think they should it will bring prosperity to county and surrdundmg country it will establish a real lasting market at Springfield the benefits derived wil1 not only increase the price 6f the product but it will prove a great benefit to tne growers from the tact the tobacco is handled in every way at actual cost to the grower It will be sold and countyedpurchaser paying all freight charges keeping the proceeds of the entire crop areIgrowenIt g an grow ers have among them J B Allen of Tennessee who has tor the past tiv years beer in the forefront of the splendid fight the dark tobacco growers have made in the dark growing section VirginiatThere are advertised appointments for the next to weeks and we hope our posftheciate all questions asked and meet any and all objections to the satisfaction at everyone Go and hear him CEDAR i GROVE J Mr Gilbert Chesser and Miss Lucy 1 Barlow attended church atNewHope last Sunday Miss Martha Gray and mothers secfe andfamilyMisses Ida Haydon and Valeria Good J lett were the guests of Miss Jennie Chesser last Thursday night Mrs Lucy Sales is very ill at this writing 1 f Mrs Frank Seay spent several dayg- with her daughter of near Polin Mr and Mrs Edd Riley spent Sua day with Mrs Rue GrayiMr W S Y Goodlett was in Spri field last Saturday on business Master Ray Chesser has been the pf tim pf mumps this weejc Misses Tavia and Veleria Goodlett attended church at Mt Zion last Sun day 1Mrve Wednesday tMr Charley Shehan passed through Polin last Sunday morning Miss Ethel Hardesty is the pleasant guest of her grandmother Mrs Weak JMrnt A Saturday and Sunday with the Jatter mother Mrs Payne of Springfield Miss Ida Haydon spent Saturday an4 Sunday with her parents at Fenwick Mr Homer HugHes of Willis burg was at Pine Grove Sunday afternoon Miss Sarah Trent was the pleasaajfc guest of the Misses Gray Saturday night and Sunday Mr L M Weakley of JNelson coun ty spent Sunday with his sister Mrt LVura Hardesty of Polin i Kills To Stop The fiend I eThe worst foe for 12 years of 7dfcB Deye of Gladwin Mich was aranninff ulcer He 4 paid doctors over 40061 without benefit Then Bucklens Amiga Silve killed the ulcer and cured hira Cures FeverSores Boils felons Ecx ma SalF Rheum Infallible for PileA i1ErA JI ++ LET US TEST YOUR tt EYES and fitQLASSE iWe haye just brought ion the Greaest Line of +Spectacles in centra Kentucky All the lat Ifest style Glasses any style Rims can furnish you with +the best grade ot goods at the Lowest Prices 4 4tGREAT BARGAINS IN- + 21 JEWEL WATCHESWe can z jfrED0+ii gi l i l 0 i i i i tft tft ii ii ii ti q8J r tJ i lh THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1960f i r i sv Ah HEuuE r r I THE RED SLIPPERI t Dchy Secured the Prize and Got His Reward i ly CLARISSA MACKIE Copyright 1908 by American Press Assoc c elation l ii fAnj hour after dinner on that first Saturday evening Dicky Ames left hIs comfortable chair In the smoking room aad made his way to the great en- trancev hall where the younger guests were gathered about a roaring drift wood fire He leanedHgalnst the high chimney piece and from his shadowy corner tclied the light and sparkle of Kitty Jjstlns lovely dark face Once her soft eyes Imet his wistful glance and she threw him a smile that set his heart to belting heavily j Kitty says she shall not dance un til hersllpper has peen found langh- ed Bolter with a mischievous glance at Dicky He leaned forward and glancedTdpwn- mt the hearth where a little red slipper rested lightly on the ferider The other afoot was hidden amid the soft fluffiness f Kittys red skirts rf= Where did you lose It asked Dicky eagerly Kitty blushed and a distressed look came win to her beautiful eyes Dicky remembered that be bad met a similar glance across the dinner table earlier in the evening Miss Austin wont tell drawled Chamber lazily bunt ISia fact that she has pot stirred from her chimney corner since dinner A laugh went around the circle but Dicky winced at the air of quiet pos session which Mark Chambers had as sumed toward Kitty He drew a long breath and turned away- I will find the slipper he said coloring boyishly And Kitty shall give you the first dance bantered Edith Dicky paused ill will be honored r he said stiffly nut the service Is Its own reward The non stirred uneasily and Chambers half rosp fronts his seat DICKY AYES SAT UPON THE PBOSTBATE BODY OF AllAN v only to sink down beside Kitty on the settle uf prefer this seat tp deeds of van tune h0 said carelessly with a smile at Kitty But 3jUss Austin waslooklng around at the circle of blasefaces Sire lifted her ejes and flashed a strange glance Into the only face which reflected her own fresh unspoiled youth- And Dicky with thur10Qk engraved his clean heart made his way toward the dining room with a dizzy look in his blue eyes and an amazing wonder knitting his forehead it cold not be possible that lovely little Austin whom be had loved so hopelessly would look at a struggling young lawyer one so painfully young hand diffident raga so obviously struggling but Her pushed the dining room door softly ppen and found himself In thin oftt na ture that he would not profane this quest with the sputtering flare of a prosaic match or the white light of the electro Iers He toOk a few steps forward and touched the polished edge of the table Then pe dropped to hiss knees on the soft rug and crawled under the bit piece pf furniture t- His ngertr groped over the floor and suddenly closed upon a bit of soft kid which hislgrasp Qe a arms were twined about him and ho aninseetiOverand over they rolled the strange than panting heavily and mut tering angry Imprecations under his breath as Dicky strove with him to the pssesslonot thered slipper graspandtact with his temple and he felt the eyesTberetheprbeTIler Dickys Involuntary exclamation of pain and then they clutched one an other savagely and Dicky Ames got the upper hold A heavy chair toppled over with a crash on the parquet floor and almost instantly a door opened and Saunders the butler snapped on the lights His shout of surryise brought a chorus of shrieking maid servants while through the opposite door the guests streamed Into the room In the midst of wild disorder Dicky Ames sat upon the prostrate body of a pndhoaryagely Near him on the rug lay a gleaming revolver and a black mask and a burglars jimmy Dicky Ames with blood stained face and one eye rapidly discoloring with torn clothing the white expanse of crlmbngory slightly bewildered but smiling was holding the twitching hands of his captive In a strong grip while in his other hand dangled a tattered red sUp- per Has wicked a Iookin specimen has HI care to know sir wheeze Saunders as he carefully disposed his bulk upon the unfortunate burglar Hif one of you gentlemen will kindly telephone to the pollee HI will relieve Mr flames Dicky got stiffly upon his feet and looked dazedly about him Chambers was eying him with jealous distrust Where did you fin Ames be sneered Under the table returned Dicky shortly In the dark Dicky nodded and peered about for a sight of Kitty She Is sitting by the fire alone whispered Edith Bolter with a friend ly little push Silently they opened ranks to let the victor through and more than one man stared enviously after him Some one bad sped the news to Kit ty and she was sitting on the settle with bright tearful eyes and very pink checks when Dicky came marching down the long hall the red slipper swinging from one bleeding hand He dropped fin his knees before her Kitty thrust out a timid silk stock inged foot and Dicky tenderly fitted the little torn slipped to Its place She touched his broad shoulder with hrfan Rises Sir Knight ot the Slipper she said with a tremulous little laugh Dicky sat beside her on the high backed settle in her tender compaa ionate eyes a bleeding and scarred veteran Soft strains of a waltz came from the drawing rom Kitty aid the struggling young lawyer with strange diffidence ul suppose you couldnt er you couldnt care enough sibout meto His voice jailed add he Looked down at the soft mist of dark hair beside him And lo the dark hair touched his shoulder for a fleeting instant as Kit ty whispered stiftly Indeed indeed I could True Stories About Large Feet The conversation turned on big feet remarks a writprjn TitBits when one of the company said he believed his pal Smith would take some beating in that line was out walking with Smith one day when he slipped down with the solos of bin boots pointing to u gro curs window The grocer rushed out to Inquire wbd was putting the shutters up Thats pretty fair said a soldier who was present but a fellow in oflr company bent tt hollow After a sharp fight with the jenemy we were oblige to retreat vbien on looking back we saw one of our men standing upright on the field The fact was the poor fellow had got such feet that he never fell down when he was shot Well said a horse dealer who sat in the corner ltbats rather tall But let me have a try A fellow came down to ourstablps the otherday in a hurry to hire a horse for a journey he was gbing on Til have that one 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certificates treasury notes 1890 United States notes greenbacks ua tiobal bank notes nlckql coins and bronze coins Looking upon this formidable classification of United States money as made by the treasury department It becomes more formidable1 when It Is considered from the highly technical pont of view as a legal tender Soine of the most Imposing of the paper currency is not a legal tender at all while as to the minor coins they are legal tender In suchsmall amounts as to startle the average layman It may be wejl to recall to this layman that the term legal tender owes its signifi cance to tho fact that in payment of debt or obligation of any kind It can bo forced upon the creditor In full of all demands Geld certificates silver certificates and national bank notes of which such enormous numbers circulate everywhere are not legal tender If youhaveto get Judgment Jones can turn down every one of these bills tendered In payment and force you to dig up some thing better Should Jones do such a thing you might conceive the Idea of fixing him by unloading a whole lot of silver coins upon him But you want to know what youre doing there tqo for hell quartersnndper cents only 25 cents va ue Is legal tender But a to the standard sliver theres po limit upon yourshoveling them out to Jones This old dollar of our dads still is the real in all business transactions unlesssome clause in a contract has provided otherwise Jones may reruse the silver certificate but when you dig up the metal dollar they go unquestioned at their face value And 1t11ior them weigh 5892 pounds Treasury notes of the act of 1890 are legal tender to their face yajlup ment of all debts public private unless expressly stipulated Jntbe con tractStrictly speaking the United States notes or greenbacks are legal tender with the exception of duties on im ports and Interest on the debt Practically however since the resumption of specie In 1879 green backs have been received freely and without question by the government though the taw respecting them hasnt been changed While the gold and silver certificates are not legal tender as between indi viduals both issues are receivable for all government dues of whatever kind in this respect legally more acceptable than is the grponback t National bank notes while not legal tender and not receivable for duties on imports still may be paid by the gov ernment for salaries and all debts of the government except interest dues and in redemption of national currency By especial enactment no foreign coin of any kind or denomination shall be a legal tender in the United States so that if some time the streetCar con ductor does balk at the chance Cana dian dime fished from your pocket keep cool and dig for something that Is United States its your moveChi cago Tribune Fun For the Boy So you tried to convince your son that he was not too old tp be subjected to corporal discipliner Thats what I did answered Farm er Corntossel I gave him a good old fashioned dressln down in the woodshed Jes the same as if be had been ten years younger What did be do He Jes laughed an said it remind ed him of the good times hp had when be was belli Initiated In hIs college fraternity Washington Star Where Courtesy Prevails The South Americans are very polite said the man who travels Naturally answered Miss Cay enne In some of those republics It is not safe to slight the humblest citi zen tThere Is no telling what moment be may become presidentWasWn6t- on Star Marriage Marriage may be compared to a tram car said a confirmed bachelor Vb vasked his fair partner Because some people are Just as anxIOus to get out of it as others are to enter Londoq Telegraph Foresight Little Willie Say pa what Is foresight Pa Foresight my son Is the faculty of being around when there la a melon to be cut Chicago News Circumstances are not In our power virtues art F Tar t HEYGRPNQLO APART ioJ By MERIAM B BECKWITH Copyright by American Press Aaso clationJ Harry ofear said the young wile on her deathbed when am gone forget me Seek some one to till the place 11e ve vacant Dont delay Never mind if the world says This man has no sooner burled one wife than hey begins looking for another I know what Is best for you The longer you put It off the less you will desire itand I dont wish you to be coin again used to bachelor habits The place you will leave vacant will remain vacant have given you my wish I cant argue with you and cant remain with yourto Influence you though if possible IIwUIdo so from the other existence One word more If you delay and become a middle aged or an old than before marrying again choose a young woman who Will bear you children to love you and for you to love When you think of me picture me watching over you trying to lead you In the path that 1 know will alone bring you happiness When all was over and he began tbd life without her these words came back to him and be was wonder stricken that they should have been spoken by a woman and that woman his own wlfeBnt the realization of her wish ls Impossible he reasoned because I shall never find the woman who can fill the place she has left va cant and If I could find lone who could fill it I would not wish it filled On this account and from preference he hugged her memory and ignored her wishes Shortly before her death and while she was in the flush of health her portrait had been painted This portrait he took from the wall where it hung and placed It over his desk In his study Be was a literary man and his work was Influenced by the woman whose mental and moral strength and virtues were memorlz In the portrait- A edI year passed and he still memory Was It love or the ota love He never asked hlms ltIthe question He did not doubt it was love It might not occupy Ills mind he admitted as much as at first but this Is true of one we love who has been gone a long while Those who are absent do not occupy our thoughts as if they were present but on their return ri find thiin as dear to us as ever At times he would remember her earnest look when she had made reIgrpttbatwould be satisfied One day five years after her death be stood at her picture It seemed to jbltfithat there was a more mature It than he had before noticed The lips did not appear so red the eyes not quite so bright Then a sudden pleasing thought struck him He was growing older and some unexplained mental or rather soul con struction within him was enabling him to see her growing older with him Whence iti sprung or what power had planted It Jhe cared not It was there They would grow old together Another period passed and he noticed a g eater change The cheek seemed to have lost some of Its round ness The nostril was thinner There were faint whitish pencil streaks on the hair that might OP the effect of light on tie canvas or a beginning of white hair There were lines about the eyes and on the neck Two feel ings within him contended for mas terya pleasure that be was not leav ing her In behind him and a distress tbatbEl beauty was fading These mingled feelings did not leave him He thought the distress that she should change was unnatural Does a husband regret to seethe wife he loves grow plain Does she indeed grow plain to him The latter question set him oft on another course of thought Supposing a man loses a wife of twen ty At forty or fifty she comes back to him JII love the same as if she had grown old beside him He could not make his mind that it would be From this time be noticed a change In his feelings toward the picture it was not the same to him In vain be tried to get used to this singular trans formation In It which be attributed to some mystical soul effect He felt that It and he were diverging Instead of growing old together they were grow ing old on different lines Then It be gan to ne repulsive to him Be was struggling with a desire to remove itl when one morning a glrl of twenty stumbled Into his study Her cheeks were rudely enough with out the blush that spread 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Tickets en Sale First and Third Tuesdays in each Month Return LimIt 26 Days from Date of Saie BWrlte for Fares and Special Diverse ltesielltraMemealtI- R P PENN T PeA J P GARDNER P IYOUISVILLIT KY t 7 t r U J t z THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1909 a v N oNSCIOUSGOOn a Wy F A MITCHEL iCfepyright 1903 0 y American Press Asso IclattonlFl was an artist struggling for recog isiUon I bud piloted picture after Jiittitetbe hope of winning reputa tiu anc had failed A friend said to te Paint something from the heart j lresoljved to take his advice Months fussed while I was trying to find a sub arttmPttQIotlight tie beautiful but she must t mod Then I hooted a long whilE fur iH model I found none There were eemely models and there were models wo were good but the good was not tamped1 upon the features to a degree Inquired At lust gave up trying to tied a model except for the purely jbyslcal part of tbe picture selected iae who would do very welt in this re jpect and put her face on the canvas Then I paid her and sent her away My work now commenced I should fret call It worm for creation is not work If it is work it is worthless And yet what I did was work This Sknow because it was worthless painted over my canvas tilt the paint was too think to take on more then transferred the face to another and apcorumenced Three months passed 5 had wade several such transfers and veYy ccanvas had become a daub finally transferred the face once awre and before beginning to put on sjrnat I was attempting decided to like a rest a 1 soon began to think that my rest t 90 far as that especial picture was jwncerned would never end It seemed fo me that to produce a face typical ot fife good without a model mutt neces airily be a failure One day I isaw a girl in a trolley stir Sheat directly oppositE me What man Is there who has nut seen acme wQmunfor the first time ands avid to himself Thats the woman wish for my wife This Isaid to aoyself I sat for a long while looking sK the face and wheu th girl at last got out of the car it was indelibly tlxed ji my memory T J went to my studio and put It on canvas Before I arose from my seat i the easel my Object was accom jrtlsned that Is the expression de tired tb produve was there When my picture was finished awbmltted it to several critical people They all pointed out Its faults but If what I bad so coveted was there uoue of them discovered Ij However tbd sufficient influence to secure a promsntthrongsrWhere is It they all asked referring 0 the latter There They approach ed It reverently and stood gazing on admiringly Tf this picture Is so great why do Sfiese people need to have it pointed ml to them T asked But there may have been envy in my Dart Occasionally one vonld pause before is ty picture but not for long and awn gave up hope that it would se utzre me recognition While it was hanging in its place galItrybecause It pictured the face that had attracted me or because believed in- qty heart that after all this neglect lei achieved In It an expression of flbegpod I did not know One day while i was In the room Wljere It was hanging who should en ffcr but heglrl I had seen in the trol- ity Like the others she asked that toIhjfasced at others till her eye lighted my production At once she went It and stood looking ut it Intently tbusFapproacbedattd looked up at It myself you1suNo I know nothing about art or fists Do you admire it 1 dont know would love to be JHeit i It seems to me said looldng rfrmLW the face on the canvas to hers eI flesh and blood that it is like you Do you think sOHbe said Itr deemed to me that there is something jSbe shape the features and all that teemhlingwe but there is something g f would wish were mine aud is feet Is f4Jant tell you It seems to me such as should be in pictures of the Wtber of Gad LA flood of light of comfort poured gift11Sadyfe she recognized it at once bull not 16 herself only in the picture That was It long while ago Several jears passed during which my produc Star so far an l could discover attract fill Uttle or no attention Then here third tire I would see a notice a news jtaper Item that people were begin sting to observe It Then it begun to tut spoken of as a favorite Now it is BBlntedout a a work of I1- rtVbIRtItR1 dont know I have wtlieory but do nut place much conti deuce In It It Is this Like assimilates dike The musician recognizes music t jed nuture recognizes poetry The ptre Bee puritynot in themselves in others But purity is rare In the tfcrongs that have seen a Stir have seen themselves Reproduced ft jl NQfrecoA lzln themselves they lhj bctmdrawnto1tmeyhave td thu otbecs- I WILLING PO STAY He Did Love a Little Game No Where He A man went to PlayedIhad been there a few lonesome that he told St Peter reckoned that bed go down and heI a look at the other place But if you go down there you get back said St Peter Well I onlv wantto go Just to Took at the place said the man so St Pe ter agreed tofeive him a return pass if he promised to be back along toward night lIe agreed took the pass and started off When he reached his destination the first thing bus was a party of Old friends playing poker but they wouldnt let him Into the game because he admitted that he had no money Well Ill that all right he said as he left them Iud wandered off through one of the corridors Pretty soon he came haCk and threw a big roll of hills down on the table and demanded chips They all looked luns tonishment t the size of his pile and wanted to know where he got tt8ay Ing that they would not play with him unless ha told them Thats all right he said Give me the chips 1 sold my pass One Point Settled- A new family had moved into the house next door to the Townsends and little Kitty Tn cp end on the hack porch of her own home was cultivat ing the acquaintance of the little girl on the opposite porch about ten feet away Whats your name she Basked Florence answered the newcomer whit ts yours- Katherine but they always call mfc Kitty The Halite of the folks that YOU FOLKS DONT DO THAT DO YOUI lived there before you moved in was Jones Oui names Thompson Ours is Townsend You didnt know the Joneses did you was awful for borrowing They used to send over to our house once or twice every week and borrow a cupful of coffee for breakfast and they never paid it back You folks dont do that do you u NO iShe says they dont momma called out Kitty turning her bead and speakjng to somebody back of the dining room window curtain i Our Age of Chivalry Some say that the age oC chivalry is past The age of chivalry is never past so long as there is a wrong left unredressed on earth or a man or wo man left to say itfl will redress that wrong or spend my life the at tewptnTbe age of chivalry is never past so long as we have faith enough to say God will help me to redress that wrong or if not me he will help those that come after me for his eter nal will Is to overcome evil with good Kingsley The Intruders Clang clatter bang Down the street came the lire engines Driving along ahead oblivious of any danger was a farmer in a ram shackle old Uuggy A policeman yelled at him Hi there Look oat The Ore departments cumin Turning in by the curb the farmer watched the hose cart salvage wagon and engine whiz past Then he turned out into the street again and drove on Barely had he started when the hook aLd ladder came tearing along The rear wheel of the big truck slewed Into the farmers buggy smashing it to smithereens and sending the farmer sprawling Into the gutter The police man ran to his assistance Didnt I tell you to keep out of the way he demanded crossly Didnt I tell you the fire department was cow In1 Waal consarn ye said the Irate farmer fIdld gtt outer the way for th fire department But what in tar nation was them drunken painters In seek an nil fired hurry ferTEvery bodys Magazine Common Complaint Aunt Mary met her little niece In the park and seized the opportunity to gather the latest news from Marjorys home And she got It And how is your papa dear she Inquired finally Ob papa Is critically Ill HeIs Why what Is the matter 1donttknownot much I think But he criticises me criticises ma and he criticises the cook and most every thing He Is very critically ill M- ats9ft SO 1 WW HINTS FORFARMERifi Sheepintwo things are necessary First the sheep must be kept in from wet pasture as the feet during treatment must be kept from getting wet A well bedded stable Is the best place Second all remedies should be used in a liquid form and ot- a kind that the whole foot can safely be immersed Ju and soaked for full ten minutes and the solution not injure healthy tissue The trouble In using ointments and powdered remedies Is that the germs are deeper seated than they will reach and may exist even on the skin above the feet stnd later ins feet the foot Many agents will kill the germ which produces foot rot but the cheapest is sulphate of copper solution made by dissolving a pound of sulphate in two gallons of hot water Place the solution in a shallow trough clean the feet and cut away all sepa rated tissue from the sole of the foot then stand the sheep in the solution for ten minutes Rei pat in three days In case there are some sheep with fungous growths dip a feather In the butter of antimony and wet them daily with it until they are reduced Nation al Stockman and Farmer To Mae a Bran Mash The to prepare a bran mash propertUy boiling water to wet thoroughly This should be doi e lua bucket which should then bf covered over and the mash allowed to steam for about half nn hour This steaming will partially tool the bran thus making it all the more effective and soothing It is well to add a piuci of salt The usual of bran used is from a half to tureequartefs of a peel It is always best to feed the mash In a liikewarih state but it must never be given while hot Sometimes the mashes are prepared with cold water but they do not have the same bene ficial and sobtuing effect as when hot water is used lit is the steaming that the bran gets that gives the desired effect Bran fed dry does not ppssess any laxative effects and exerts no par ticular fiction 0n the horses bowels Points of a Good Cow A cow with her second or third calf is the luostdcsirablp of all and tins undoubtedly the most profitable age to buy cows As milkers and breeders they haVe all their best days in front of them and sufficient time to pay handsomely Young and old cows are very distinct lu appearance The former have at unmistakable appear ance of tuljuess of flesh and coat- while the old nes ore more or less shrunk The teeth give an indication lot age and the horns are often looked to as a guide tl e joung having smooth horns while tose Of the aged are wrinkled If rossbreeds bought get them wlthlthegreutest tendency toward the bet breed the cross has been secured from Cows with a male or bull type of head are rarely good milkers The head should be refined neck thin fore quarters wlde square and robust with deep broad thighs Pure Breeds Most Profitable The pure breeds of stock have been built up through many generations for many purposes beef animal has been made to ive the highest percentage of dressed meat to gross weight and as large a per cent of that dressed meat as possible must consist of popu lar cutsribs loins rjndhlnd quarters The dairy animal has been made to give the largest possible amount of milk and cream In return for the food consumed And so with all the pure breeds Some of the highest men and women of the world have been work ing for years to perfect these animals In this one line that said animals should give the greatest return In dol lars for the food and time bestowed upon themNew England Homestead Farm Improvements- The farmer should give more jconsld eratiou to his barns and fences to his stable and dairy to all the surround lags of farm life A stitch in time saves nine Repairs save arbor and expense gate hinge out of order indicts the farmer before every visitor Keep everything in working order It pays Do not put off until tomor row repairs to the roof or paint on the porch or the swinging shutters You labor for a home and it Is foolish to let go to ruin the things your labor In the field has paid for Home and Farm Setting Out Trees and shrubs For setting out trees shrubs and any plants at unyseason spare no time and labor in preparing the soil and dig ping spacious boles for the reception of the roots of the plants for upon the successful starting of the roots depends to a very large degree the fu ture success of the plant Previous to setting cut off any injured or decayed roots and settle plant In the hole prepared for It so that none of the roots will be bent or cramped Michigan Hairy Farmer How Exposed Manure Waste The Cornell experiment station found that two tons of horse manure In an exposed place In jive months lost 5 per cent In gross weight per cent of its nitrogen 47 per cent of its phosphorus and 76 per cut Of Its potash The to tal loss 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