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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r TT4 i r t f i rI t 4 t 7 cjwhi- r 11f ft 4 rrt f t mbi pt ijTflgth rb 4 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 0tl 41 i io Itt 1t i 0lr 1i j JS r p 4 r VOLUME VL t SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY DEQEMIER I 1909 11MUI2 t t Ifx1y tt j INAL1t tr tLt r i J s by Several Peopleofcr Tf1is Coiihty During the Past WeekiiIA L V HARDESTY V i A Very sad death indeed was that ofrv Jittle Earl Hardesty theonly child ofS Mruand Mrs Tom Hardest who iedk at one oclock yesterday morning of membranous croup Some days agot MrHardesty accompanied by his fam uy went to the homeof his father Mr W T EIardesty to pay a visit Oh last Friday Earl was taken ill but at iirst it was thought hot fatally but he became andMonday night worse died yesterday morning The remains were fbrought to town yesterday and the funeral services held this morning at St Dominics church where a large b crowd gathered to pay their last tri bute f loye to the little fellow and express i their sympathyfor the bereaved parents A touching sight was the Tpresenpe of the little school mates from his grade in the public school The re mains were taken to Lebanon for in terment 4Th little fellow would have len seven years old this month and there was not a handsomer nor a manjS boy- in town He was the light and life of the home and the joy and pride of his parenf t life His death is indeed a Ishock iottbem and they have the sym vu jpatHypf the entire community J SY S1iSMITItMrsfjiSylves er Smith died at the homer of 1xer husband last Thursday iiighf altj l2 oclock after an illness last ing siniie April of this year Despite tHtit the deceased had long 1a and that death was bouiio tocpme she was a patient suffer ktand1m t death with Christian liket 1tfonand fortitude Mrs Smith jwa i buried from St Rose church Sat irdyi morning at 10 oclock W The deceased is survived by her bus 1andodaughter Mrs Bud Matting JJy andrtwo sons Messrs Ed and Bert f c fo ii THOMPSONtOn Monday morhmg atSoclock the DeahAge1 visited the home ot Mr Jaw MreiJ W A Thompson of Beech lwdardrried to its eternal home on Ihighth ir15 months old child Andrew The baby diedof whooping cough The remains were interred in the Pleasant Grove cfemetery yesterday morning at lltfclock j c Anlmpressivc Ceremon t tiA beautiful and impressive ceremony i as the marriage of Mr J E Osbourne and Miss Hester Blandford in St Rose churchpwthe25 inst They were mar red Nuptial Mass celebrated by Rev Pather Gayin and served by JohnBland- 4pr4 and Emmett Osbourne of thebnde and groom The Sanctuary of the beautiful old church was deco l rated with white green and lighted candles Tothe atrains f Mendelssohns p wedding march played by Miss Katie Cain accompanied by Miss Sue Ray with mandolin the bride and groom and Messrs Leon Blandford and Her i roan Smith attendants entered the SanctuaVy During the ceremony Miss Bly thejsang Melody of Love Ave Maria ad bSalutaris in her beautiful con iimltoi voicea8 only she could sing The Ss St jMOp Of Mr J S Osbourne ia a pre reeeiye young farmer of the couh fii TJbe bijde daughter of Mr Ti M HlazHlford is loved by all with whom ihI comes In contact for her many ttalitiee pt iifart and mind f The happy couple kft immediately for Louisville t a r ir i t r riI f i kr iJY t 6SimmsSimms On Thanksgiving mqrningat 63O 1Soclock and Miss MarY Lee Simms were united in he holysi idafepllmatrimony The erethonlafierf rmedat the Sacred Heart church at 17th and Broadway in Luuisvillei Rev Father Walsh official ng V The bride is the oldest daughter ot the late Capt Pat and Mrs Nannie Simms anJ is a young lady who has a ostof friends in Springfield Mr imma is one of the wealthiestand best nown men of the county and isai member of one of the oldest families of he county Claims Alloweda County Clerk W Fi Booker reportst that during the year 1909 claims were ilallowed by the Fiscal Court of WashR ington1 county to the farmers of thev county for sheep killed bv dogsto thetJ extent of 203096 This law is a great 9on to the farmers for whereas theya formerly were not paid for but a small ly proportion of the sheep killed they now get pay for all the sheep killed by dogs when the ownership of thefi dogs cannot be established There areb about 1200 dogs in the county on which taxes are paidtYoung Candidate aMasterMary C Ragsdale has authorized the announcement of his candidacy forn Page in the next House of Representatives Dudley has served as Page for two terms having been elected the fi stt time when his uncle Hon W D Clayg brooke represented this county and was reeJected at tjie last sessIon Dud ley is a bright young fellow and we predict that he will some day be GovS ernor of Kentucky Carries by About 4000 Official tabulation of the vpte cast at he last electionbytheState Board of Election Commissioners Monday showt ed that the Good ROads amendment to the Constitution earned by a majority of 5490 This will be the majority cer tified to the Secretary of State by tbec Election Commission and will be finalE although some counties did not send in their vote on the amendment Even the vote in the missing coun ies the good roads amendment will have a majority of at least 4000 The result was a great surprise eyen to Senator Wyatt who had introduced the bill providing for a vote on the amend ment He had hoped that the official- svote would show a majority for the amendment but even he did not hope that the majority would be so large High School Notes The few days vacation of last week are overThe results are as usuala lotof misedjestons on Monday The debate that was put off vtheother week on account of the absence of so many of the debaters will be held next Friday afternoon We may be sure of an interesting discussion as more time has been given in preparation Uf course there is some reason why the boys didnt get more game during the few days hunt last week Rickets witha new automatic did well we think in getting two birds Though we are not absolutely sure ne got them himself as two other men were with him A little attempt in Rhetoric of writ ing an allegory may be a good exercise but Ben Eo would rather destroy hl ninuscniptthan read itto the class SfckHeadaihe i IThis distressing diSeaseresults from a condition of the stomch and can be cured by taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Get a free sample at The Leo Haydon Drug Storeand try it fJ4v J1t tt ii lf v t I f i f1tVJ AWAITS TRIALf Hen Davisbn Slayer of Prentice Boblitt Caught in Pineville Now in Louisville Jail 1yHenry Davison the negro who shot Prentice Boblitt two weeks ago yester day and from whose pistol shot Mr Boblitt died on the succeeding day was captured last Wednesday in PmeyiJle Ky by the Chief of Police of that place Immediately after the shooting nd when it had been ascertained that the boy had escaped Marshal Grace tele phoned throughout the State a descrip = ion of the negro Henry had worked forriiL Parks proprietor of the Pine ile Hotel It Was therefore easy for Chief of Police of that place to ide ntify the negro and place him under r4est The Chief of Poti5e immediate communicated with Mr Grace who left on Wednesday night for Pineville Instead of bringing the negro to Spring eld Mr Grace in order to guarantee is absolute safety took him to Louis ville where he is nowincarcerated in e Jefferson county jail The negro was taken from Pineville to Louisville handcuffed Upon arriving there it wea- ttempted to remby the handcuffs when the key broke in the lock and the egro fo several hours after his arrival d was compelled to remaIn manacledo Examining trial has been waived andr he negro will await the action of the rand jury which meets in February Amendment ses Birmingham Ala Noy 29All in dications point to a majority of between 18000 anti 20000 in Alabama against the prohibition constitutional amendment today Chairman Lee Long who has been in charge at the fight against thj amendment claims that the majority ugainst the amendment will befully2J000 The ea ly returns indicated land slide agai st the amendment and sue ding b lletins fully bore out the arly indications Jefferso county in which is Birmingham the largest city in the Staten spite cf the fact that the figHthas been cone ntrated here gave a majority of ovur 1000 against the amend meat Mo lie Montgomery and Cull man coun es show the largest majori ties on the victorious side and it appears the amendment has carried but ix counti 8 Talledaga Macon Sum ter Lee Chambers and PickensI Saufley Mentioned I Frankfort KyNov29 News came fresh from Stanford down in Lincoln county thut Judge M C Saufley just reelected Ito the Thirteenth district Circuit Court bench to succeed Judge c W Bell has about decided to yield to thesolicitation of his friends and en ter the race lor the Democratic nomination for Governor Judge Saufley has authorized no announcement to be made Something New Under The Sun Shows may come and shows may go but Wood Ward like the green bay tree seem to flourish forever They are the same old rollicking pair each year Two Merry Tramps hasbeen presented eleven years yet it is new this sea son thebook ha been rewritten and the music all new catchy and whistley making it one of those merry mirthful musical comedies A gorgeous gowned chorus of pretty girls which includes the famous squabs vThis attraction will be the offering at the Opera House Saturday pight Dec i J Try Kentucky Star Float Its made fh like grritffather tUenak c J fiPl JJtcrjtit zk5fJJ t j f i 4kjo l I if fttlV rit 3 C3i t W1 flllURII1lWHI jIJuIIUrnI I11IIIImI1 S1mumlll i Iai Ii Where The Four Leaf Clovers Grow Ls II I know a place where the sun is like gold lJ I And the cherry blooms burst with snow a II Anddowfr underneath is the loveliest nook I- i1 Where the fur leaf cl ersgrowJ V Iii = One leaf is lohoue and one isrforfaith Ii I And one is for love you know IAnd God puts another in for luck 1 1Ifyou search you wiUfind where they grew Ijave hope and you must hasp faith j ire and be strongand so youwait you will find the prace I Where thefour leaf clovers grow i e 11 Ella Higginton l SE + wmmmwmmmmmmmwmmt NEWS HNOTESa Gathered by Our Valley Hill Cor s respondent Happenings Of The Past weeki Since our last issue Thanksgiying day has paseed and we have oftimes won ered if indeed we make this day onei f Thanksgiving How many of us the real meaning the wprd im IIwehappy Thanksgiying day What do your aders thinkjofthe fact thitSUnO iate dinner at home Thanksgiving and contented tyimself without turkey too Gee but it is awful the way poor feorrespondeiits are forgottenISeveral from thipj place attended theI Leachman Edgertoh wedding at leas ant Grove the 24th inst Mr and Mrs Thos Reed of Broker Mrs S E Piles and W T Beams were the guests of Mr and Mrs Mi Reed Thanksgiving day Benedict Janes was at Maple Hill Thursday on business Ed Kelly and wife were guests of Mr and Mrs H M Goatley Thursday Mrs Jack Shehan of near Boom field visited her parents Mr and Mrs Peyton Briggs of this place Thanks giving Mrs Thos Colvjn of Louisville spent Thanksgiving as the guest of E I Colvin and wife of Litsey Mrs T C Tatum entertained several of her friends at an elegant dinner ThanksgivingS Walter Briggs spent last weekend as the guest of relatives at Bloomfield Peter Shehan spent Thanksgiving with relatives at Maud Mr and Mrs M L Troutman Mrd Ora Crume and Mr and Mrs Thos Virgin of Maud and Mr and Mrs Rufus Goodlett of Polm were guests pt Mr and Mrs Edward Goitjey Thanksgiving day Jams Hunter has returned io hi home in Louisville after a weeks hunt at thethome of T C Tatum G C Donahoe has returned torhis home at this place with his cloverhuller after a successful run in the Ple sant Grove section Peyton Briggs wad in Bardstown Friday on business Ed Moran was a guesy at Elm Hill Sunday I J C Hughes and mother were guests of Mr and Mrs H M Goatley Sunday Mr and Mrs Thos Baker and Hugh Leachman and wife were guests of Mr and Mrs J L Moran aturday John Janes andvite visited Mrs N W Janes 6f Spring eld Sunday Mr Jas I Mart n spent Thanksgiv ing in Louisville Herbert Moran received slight gun ihptlyotind abootthVead and n41S t r cj f i2 tt ittt 1 J If r t t 1 = Mr and Mrs J L Moran were the guests of Mr T D Shehan and wife d Miss AdaCox who is teaching school t Licsey spent Thanksgiving withrel atives in Louisvillek Miss Grace Shehan who is attending 1choolatend with her parents at this place 2 Mrs W S Y Goodlett of Hardesty spent aturday with her daughter Mrs C P uoatlejr of this placeIwhile hunting Saturday Several shot pierced the scalp while one took effect n his neck The accident was riotseri ous we are glad to report Rolley Simpson who has been confined to his home for several weeks by serious attck of typhoid fever is reported much better at this writing Mr Montgomery Reed who received a compound fracture of the leg several weeks agoIs doing nicely and his friends hope to see him put soon Mr J OPolin is out again to the delight of his many friends and acquaintances Ray Piles is the guest of his grandmother Mrs SE Piles of this place Lewij Walker has recently added a pair of mulefoot hogs to his swineherd Mr Walker always wants agood thing and gets it first if possible and we hope he has struck luck in this fineI pair of noted hogs which are claimed to be immune fromcholera a characteristic peculiurly their own which IfI true will make this strain very desirable for breeders He paid the neat sum of 50 for the pair from which he ex pects a goodly gain The neighbors of ilr M Reed gath ered his corn for him last Friday and on Saturday morning gathered the crop of Mr frnN Simpson Botbjobs were gratis and had your correspondent not been one of the buncb we would say it was a commendable act Mr and Mrs J E Goatley wefe guests of Ed Kelly and wife Sunday Misses Nancy and Naomi Head of near Springfield are guests of their un cle Mr W F Moran at Elm Hill this week Harry Derringer and wife visited rel atives near Willisbuig the first OftlS weeks Messrs Gray and Mcllvoy were in our midst Monday buying turkeys Th6y were paying the neat sum of ISJc per pound which is the priceJever paid in this section Mr DudShehan had a very valuable bird dog to die a few days ago from the effects of blood poisoning caused by a flesh wound received while hunting Mr Shehan had refused 25 for the dog only a short while ago Continued on page 8 Kills To Stop The tend The worst foe for 12 years of John D yeof Gladwin Mich Was arunning ulcer He paid dctors oyer 40000- without benefit Then Bucklens Arnica alye killed the ulcer and cured him Cures FeverSores Bola Fejtew Eczema Salt Rheum Jnfallibfafor PiWs Burns Sc Wti Ciata C1iL tsiHayd litR rtHll tf t tt i tJ iIiJq IUwf vsr 3v Ii r j ti r 4i J to CIi XtJ Af jjc f I V TOBAC ii MARIZ1+ r HoldiNg up WeH0 SkkM Both1ousesLHhPic5 i Rc5uBeing rII t 4 t pr There have been iJ c i t tobacco sold on the two1oea1Sat the last three safeCtel 1Jbf the WashingtdnCountyToboaa4h- ouse market 14500 pourd jgfcd iC yesterday 29460 anftdday 625iaverage price for tW kiree into of lljlg cents At todays sJrti the beet p ee t realized were paid for the tobacco oC C P Goode t BroI60 jjbundselk ft atl6J cts 240 tl7 and 195 atl ti 1On Friday the Farmers Warelww tiCo sold 37070 pounds atlijyenU ye literday 32 71Q pounds at12Lcents and t t today 8185 poun3a l2J cents yt jyAmong the best salesbit thirinapk ir t today were v iv AEujOTT VH 190 pounds Jie 11 115 pounds r16s150 pounds 215190 pounds Jil15ie15 potinds MiViCltUi t85 pounds ljfTl15 pounds i 50 pounds 1iSiIsjrt180 pounds 1M vL OSBOURNBKOS Y p 700pounds U i4i If 630 pounds i f 4 As soon as a rain cotritsandth fa 1f 4S mers can getto workonheir to ty r it will begin to roll in V A The buyers of the pasWkTha fbeen Messrs Graves MoMXtajteja andEowardS i Jttr i i f PayrosTealiertS tJFrankfort Ky Nov 29Superin tendent of Public Iristructioti ft GL tJCrabbe is today makingout veu41ierl for school teachers saariee of Ll fIIState for the past two jnonttw thetoI amount of whichis just a iitiev0Vfr 1 1000000 and as yet there isriw rapdr in the State treasury with which toy f the salaries State Treasurer E4w Farley says howeve that beforesSend ot December he hopes tohsVfJKV K y nenough from taxes to pay th tpdi jSS every cent that is due tbe i X culates on about a millioaa4 alwdt I dollars bei sipaict iiltQ tkeii during December yKc The drafts payment5ofthe1 H Iarias of CIty school teackrgmde- by f Superintendent CrabbeaAt4S2O6124b4 while the sgiries I 7county school teachers amQuatiV i82107745 Checks JOt tkiee fiIWS- will t come In handy about Chi4taM time and Treasurer Farley M j k+1 J Jgoing to make ev eibref prjE to feeCtc they are paid before then d ty oli v Two Meriyrarnpi J 4 A treat seldom offered tlethtgoing public is in store for tis jrfcssi those faraoud funay fellews Weod Ward are to be se n here in the ivsr lasting singing nnjiijfoouim musical farce VTWpKeVriip 7which they have appear 4fjpast eleven seasoM Thw y w ItSS been allrewritten4ndrevwedwithilwf 0i catchy music all of the whistliiifif HiwL pThe production consiata of twenty jpt pie which includes ardainty elwrtM isT pretty girls with irgeGI tfw j twelve big ensembleing1ng slfetMsp t arid all of the ear teasing kfedy jtiMMkI make this attraction the succea ifrik J Their tfppearance here wiUbeitlc Opera House Saturday DeciMbe1N- LSmasi ife s AU Records t As an allround laxatlyeShealthbulkier no other t1tlpare with Dr Kings tJ They tone arid regukte stol t4wb1oIitthenDya Bfl uin t p QtM II 151iL T iittYiiitq z it 1 4S Jfji4S4 t cj51 t H f SIS i Yp z THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER i 1909 Free PRIZES Free ABSOLUTELY FREE Beautiful Diamond Ring Solid Gold Jewelry Beautiful Clocks Musi F cal Ihstrvments Etc Also Actual Cash c Value Prizes Amounting to r e2000001Costs nothing to make an effort to win one of these costly prizes offered in thisour greatest contest CAN YOU FIND PIANO IN TillS PICTURE All persons solving the above puzzle correctly are sure to be handsomely rewarded Take your pencil right now and follow the simple directionsyou are just as likely to wine valuable premium as any one else Read over this list of prizesthen get busy RingyJ Solid Gold Watch 5tioJd Belt Buckles 3 Beautiful Clocks 5 Gold Scarf Pins t 1 Mandolin 5 Gold Cuff Links i Violin Guitar 5 Gold Hat Pins Remember whoeversends in nearest correct solution gets a Magnificant Diamond Ring Absolutely Free The next best answer will beawarded a SOLID GOLD WATCH Con ClocksViolinsHat Pins in the order named All others sending us correct solutions will be given absolutely freea handsomesouvenir Also credit orders given to the amount of 25 or more amounting in all to 20CO good as part payment on purchase of a new piano For each correct solution in event of tie equal prizes will be given Only one answer from each family will be considered t Ywithily be MondilyDeNAMEIADDRESS 1 z CITYi JADDRESS PUZZLE DEPART- MENTMontenegroRiehm Music Co 528530 Fourth Ave LOUISVILLE KY w m Do You Want ttt Buy a Farm Wt can sill you one any size any location any price We art ready at all times to show you Come and see us Abut 100 farms in our hands See partial list below No 2237 acres six miles from Sprmgheld on good two dwelling housed two stock barns 90 acres of new land plenty of grass plenty ofnever failing water all under good fence No 3195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses two barns plenty of water all of farm in grass all under good fence Price 55 per acre No 4S6 acres one mile east of Mackville 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn all outbuildings fine orchard of 500 trees all kinds of fruit all undergood fence plenty of water plenty of grass Price 3500 No 5128 acres 7 miles from Sbringfield 12 mile from pike 5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobaccobarn new plenty of timber good stock barn all the farm will raise tobacco Price 45 per acre No 6120 acres seven room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn fine ptock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres of upland all under good fence no overflow land Price 85 per acre No 7200 acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant house 3 newfandNQ812 acres l mileYrom Springfield on pike 5 room dwell PlentYoffruitNo 9 150 acres 1 mile from Dike on county road 1 mile from nIlinroute fine stock barn 60 feet square plenty of tobacco nd Price 30 per acre sixrunder good fence plenty of locust posts Price 3600 LAKE BOSLEY 818 18 88 818 18 Ir IQS t j FARM AND STOC- Ks of Interest to Farmers and 1Live t ock and Poultry RaisersV Wipe the coffee pot off with a cold wet cloth to settle coffle Grease your sweet potatoes before baking It keepsthe skin tender Geese can be we l fattened for mart in twelve or fourteen days A scrub roosters is the most expen sive luxury the farmer can indulge in It takes brains fo rusea good fruit or vegetable crop A good orchardist bestowsas much care on his orchard as on familyi The market for winterjvegetables es is rarely glutted and pricks are always good Plowing under green or heavy manure wonderfully helps Ia hard and clayish soil Pure bred fowls if not given purebred treatment are very apt to degenerate into scrubs i II Iee1toolongtain health and increase the egg yield To do our work well or to be careless in doing It are as much different as working hard is from being idle A dirt floor absorbs filth ajnd the impurities can only be removed by thing ing the entire floor mid substituting fresh dirt A hen doesnt seem to have much sense sometimes but it she is of the right sort and treated right she wiU- bring the cents to her owner jWhen fowls are bredand managed for winter layers year after year the disposition to produce winter eggs be comes hereditary to some extent ISee that filth is removed and stag nant water Filth of any kind especial ly In the water is thestarting point of many poultry diseases Sheep for breeding should be given light ration such as will keep them in good thrifty condition but not too tat IThe best thing that you can do wit which have reached the age of six years is to fatten them and send them to marketi i areIomIttedIpromote health 1Itt has been added to any dish a little sugar and a suspicion misIV IThe average production of apples this is 425 per cent of a fUllcrop I against 434 per eert in 1908 and a ten year average of 50 9 per ce1tIRoup is yery contageous we can not be too careful in getting sick birds separated from well ones And try to tants kill thjj infection by powerful disinfec is a mistake to use an immature e 11bird as a breeder Usually birds eight old are of mature size and can for breeding purposes t To be called a dtlnghill does not imPl the mongrel hen spends all her time on the manure heap but that she is of no particular breedia composite from a number of sr A henhouse justa little overcrowded and kept too tillt becomes damp with moisture laden air then colds may be expected And there is always danger of c Ids developing into roup tA hen must keep in good condition She must be neither too fat nor too poor Both extremes are bad She must be neither overfed not underfed t either condition will bring about fatal t resultsDont allow rubbish to accumulate about the poultry yards or runs to bIt come the breeding place for lice arid t disease germs It you cannot burn it hire some one to clean it up and haul it- t away Get rid of it somehow t Growing colts should be allowed to run out every dajj that the weather will permit sheltering them however at night and on stormy days There is no class of stock that can in any cay be benefitted by beiqg exposed to cold and storms About eighteen to twenty inches room at the racks should be allowed each sheep additional cks being construe t ed to accommodate the growing flock Plentlof room at thegrain troughs should also be provided About ten square feet of floor jipace is necessary fore h mature sheep If a cow is inclined to kick while be ing riilked pass a small rope around the bixJyjust in front of the udder and over the top of the hips Draw it up SnUgl but not tight If the teats or udder are not sore this method will quick y cure kicking The trouble is usually with the milker Do t feed too much heavy grain and dont feed it without mixing ih som lignter feed to aid in digesting it Equa parts coarse linseedmeal and glute i with shorts make a good mixture for ir ilk Feed from two to four quarts to a cow varying with the age and con dition of the animal Po Itry anddairy farming go well to gethtr In these days of improved dairy methods when the cream is separate i from the milk immediately after being drawn from the low the farm r has plenty of skim milk whIchI is ar ideal food for poultry and ia me re money in feeding it to the hens than to the hogs W en a splinter has been driven into the land it can be extracted by steam ing Flit a wide mouthed bottle nearly full of hot water place the injured part over he mouth and press it slightly The ictnn thus produced will draw the flesh down and in a minute or two tile steati will extract the splinter also the infla motion Wh en putting into the oven a roost that you have reason to suspect is a little tough put a small dish of vinegar- in al so It will make the meat more tend r improve the flavor and keep it 4rom burning A tablespoonful of vinegar added to a five pound pot roast will make the meat more tender and palatable No more than twentjfive birds shoal be kept in one fiock If divided into flocks of about this size they will do b tier than in one large flock A house Sxl6 feet will accommodate twentyfiye birds if it is kept clean and is properly ventilated No v that the breeding season is ap preaching the flock owner should devote breedinghewes for mating They time to eon menc this preparation is immediately after the lambs have been weaned but now is not too late to helo matters wond jrfully All exoenenced flock ow ners realize that the condition of the ewes at mating time has a marked in fluence not only oh the number of ewes to become pregnant at first mating but upon the vitality of the lambs FOR STOMACH AGONY Ask The Leo Haydon Drug Co About Miona it Gives Re t lief in Five Minutes Th y will tell you that they guarantee Vliona to relieve promptly and cure permanently all diseases of the stomach and indigestion or they will retur your money Have you gas on stomach YOn Miona tablet and the misery is endeAr you bilious dizzy or nervous Mi tablets will put you right today a hive relief in 10 minutes NoVi dear reader dontgo on suffering vith stomach trouble Be fair t yourself throw aside prejudice and try Mio la It is a great doctors prescription No doctor ever wrote a better one Ana money back from The Leo Hay don Drug CP if you dont say ion- is a w rth its weight in gold Sold b leading druggists everywhere but i Springfield by The Leo Haydon Drug Co 50 cents a large bottle Test sam pIe f eefmm Booths Miona Buffalo NY Mrs Mary Hutchinson says Pains and distress in my stomach and a gen oral stomach complaint was entirelv cured for me by the use of two boxes of Mi ona and I have no hesitation in rec ommending its use 508 Pearl Street Ypsil rats Mich December 19 1908 UVOMEII Cures catarrh or money back fns incluainginlmler J IildaxatiYe for Baby FreeT- he child of today is the parent of upIparents for most children are born intp world healthy but thousands become future weaklings between birth and the age of tent when the parents are still in greatest control The prime cause of trouble Is ih the stomach A baby that is digesting its fpod seldom cries arid always looks cheerful the little child whose stomach Is good romps and plays and never whines the growing well at school and ia eager for fun If its head is clear and its haeno The best and safest way id cure any Irregularity of the stomach and bowels in children is by the use of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin ThIs is a liquid laxative wonderful in its effect as Mrs John w Dunham Creek o Mrs H L- CuUam Plainville Inr and numerous others can testify who it to inks children with extraordinary results A bottle only costs 50 cents or it according to the size you want and even one 50cent bottle will do a wonderful amount of good in a family It can be given to any member of the family In constipation sour stomach Indigestion torpid liver dyspepsia heartburn sicS headache and similar strangIesUkeplllgt memberothethis grand laxative send your name and address to the doctor and a free trial bottle will be sent to your home In this way you can find out what lit will do without personal expense If there Is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or ifj you Want any medical advice write y to the doctor and he will answer you fully There is no charge for this service The address is Dr WB a Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg a Monticello for sale by The Refl Cross Drug Stora IIAND US YOUR ORDERS FORI I JOB- PRINTING i I TIlEWORIISTUB THE PRICE IS RIGHT i r Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion f the ear There is only one way to cur deafness remedieDeafness 3 n dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian lube 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 yedforeverby Catarrh which is nothing but in inflamed condition of tne mucous surfaces We will give one hundred dollars for case of Deafness caused b catarrh that cannot be cured Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold bv Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consh paticn Slogans 61FREE Sewing Machine anyofREElasts longer ttanjany other EE Yismorebeautifulthan tianyother FrEhas less vibration than any other FfREEis to operate than any other FREE makes amore perfect stitch than any other 1fREEis the best 0f all tom hined in one TREE SEWING MACHINE CO ILLINOIStROBERTSON CLAYBROOK CO Agent Springfield Ey y 1 cs jDrv Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY t Dental work reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barbe- rInsurance B D LAKEAgent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident fOld Massachusetts Mutual always reliableand the beat dividendpaying in theworld Your solicited rDR M W HYATT fOFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY v OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 m 4 to 5 pfm Or J G Mitddr SPRINGFIELD KENTucry cr DBUOSTOBKj fiit i IJH LAMPTON D W SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence l Jo38 MISS ELLA ADAMS 5 NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 Night t0l T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky V V gt3zjandand Federal Courts C CMcCHORD ATTY ATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal dra- W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYT LAW Springfield Ky WashlnlrlonU1dPeats MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER KyOffice nandS M CAMPBELL 0 AUCTIONEERSpringfield Crying of Public s leSa specialty reasonableH M BRUSSELL edAUCTIONEERLebanon Ky Rt 3 Crying of pubhcysales a specialty Can cry sales any cheaper than the cheapest Phone 1 long 1 short Lebanon Exchange JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY jtBestEvery courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and CMririalRe lesf Telephone Day W Night 74 iI1 IF I r II THE SUN ANDBQthpa yrBryansWeekly CourierJournal 150 IIEONashville fIJ 175ISemiWeekly St Louis Republic L75 SemiWeekly St Glob 176ThriceaWeek 125American 150American 225CountryFarm and Fireside 1 25t 176ReviewLippincotts Magazine 286 400Ledger4HarpersSouth Lec = i t t t t THE 5PKINGFIELDUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER i 1909 rJ 1 Ik Pelple of The ky Wants Ballot For Woman FbgIauidilto aid In the fight for woman suffrage w Us the founder of the militant suffra l gette party of England Mrs Pank hurst through list zeal for the ca t hersetheher belief that Woman should have f equal rights with man in the control of governments she has fought with a Shwe mocks at and Imprisonment to her Is but 4 means to an end publici ty draws attention and thus strengthens IterappenJ Mrs Pankhurst Is the widow of Dr thebarare the acknowledged leaders of the suffragist movement In King Edwards e MRS EJIMELINB PANKIfOBST realm and from a suit of offices in London they plan campaigns instruct speakers and send out literature Mrs Paukhurst Is fifty years old but does not look her years She was educated tipParis and through her friendship jy with a daughter of rjeuri Rochefortts said to have imbibed the spirit of that writer Mrs Pmikhiirst besides being a believer Jn womans rights has other prduouncQd views She Is u egetat abhorrence of g Burroughs Little Nature Joke 1a In his writings on nature John Burroughs shows a sense of humor as well 4 asr power to discover new facts Onef r day he was attracted by the fight of some little mouuds of earth whlchheth had not previously seen1 found altiny loaf of pollen here prepared foriIs the sustenance vof the grub when It EXCHANGE EXCERPTS Sayings arid Doings bf the Press At large Do jpne thing atJl time and the big things rstAbe Lincoln 44 v T Peacocks took the place of turkeys on the Christmas table in olden times Many a man who tries to pose as a lion Couldnt even make a good rabbit Among wild animals the slanderer is the most dangerous I Some te1owhas said that politioe is 4 THE t LEO IIAYDON QRUG wcoJ r should be hatctte says it is prepared by theer suffragette the female of the eiders 1 have named her this U she so far out Thelattercount But the tette does not last long A few and she kas been swaifbwjby a greater an ogress saudI ho thjntopSir world famous engineer and or thinks the conquest of the solve the war prob eyelltuallyI even than the gun ented are the possibilities of the lane In warfare The Idea of rTng machine occurred to Sir HIn er the Maxim gun had created a Hon It ap Imimelisepossible to have lug machine which would em the enemys position to be rev red and attacked from above i dropping of bombs With thIs li view he be SIR HIKAMJAXISt Ian experiments bt is Joutuistinced the Wright brot He Is still In the field howe efmay be beard from at any The wonderful jgiaveuted by Si Iiham was theIlt of years of and The British overnm uf was tllst to order one the specified that hc gun pIcccSItrl no uioretliau should fire400 OU11 1S a minute r Ilinjm sent a weighing foj pounds which more than rounds in one minute discImrpi 2JOO rounds Ii- ihrecmil1utes Si rum is an Amer pan by birth ajfof ind iistviiini years lie was knighted in England In just one dTd th after anotherl = Hartford Herald JjpiL- ots wife protiv turned ar bJItJ see what kind oall hats the 1m n had onjShelby fitinel A swelled head a hard case to treat1 as there is usllYnotl1ing inside to work onEx 1 u j rA1 can scatterin manydirectiohs as six Kansas t CIIJournaII the Basest gtitude in the world is when a womac age begins to tell her Bourbon Sck Journal It is stated tit the Lexington Dead er will petitiG the Legislatur to do away with Mi ay A move in the right cirectioi for Blue Mopdayr WE KEEPONLY r PURE RUGS When blying drugs make sure about their fiurjty Impure drugs wont hasten halt Purity is the great essential rWe prptect you by specially ascertaining the purity of every drugI 7 we handle i lt4is1t 1m would be missed but it would be a hap- PY miss ry We se ready4olorgiYein our friends the offenses that have note hurt our corns Marion County Leader The darkness of life is never so great but what there is some ray of light to be thankful for Lebanon JEnterprifte r Oh not enough her praise is sung The Woman with the Angels tongue You know her by her kindly face Her dignity and ease and grace And be her station low high She is the noblest neath the sky Philadelphia Record An advertiser wants turkeys and so rhobhevethe turkey or the cash proposition J Mayfield Mitror A little threeyearold received a dime for taking a dose of castor oil The next day her big brother asked her to pick up a basket of cobs How drmuchHA nickel replied her brother beHumphthin that taking castor oilPostT- he r i virtue that conquers passion And the sorrow tnat hides in smile It is these that are worth the homage of earth For we find them but orjce in awhile Ella Wheeler Wilcox Think not to judge me by some other one Because through all the ages tthat have been Since first began to roll the rhignty sun Alike have never been two mortal men Author Unknown 4 The Shelbyville Sentifiel celebrated its sixtyninth birthday last week and is now runmngly smoothlyiowar s its seventieth Editor OSul iyingihis readers a fine paper and we congratulate him He says in part Through all these years this paper has made its weekly round telling the story of life and death and happenings of this community The joys rows smiles and tears t aisorand peace have been through every vicissitude has ed the storms of adversity y et with the ripened experience of thes years it is still young all of vigor and if needs be can all TO THE We are Agents for Parisian Sage and We Know the Guarantee is GenuineThe Leo hay don Drug Co Parisian Sage the quickacting hair restorer is guaranteed To stop falling hair To cure dandruff oilTo jToluxuri tITo make hair grow or money back It is the most delightful hair dressing made and is a great favorite with ladies who desire beautiful arid luxuriant hair Price 50 cents a large bottle at The Leo Haydon Drug Co or by express all charges prepaid from Giroux gCo Buffalo N Y Brewers Win Victor r The breersrof Kentucky n9the ad joining States won a victory in the Court of Appeals this weeks when Judge Barker for the Court handed down the opinion in the caSe of the City of Bowling Green against W H McMullen who had been convicted cf selling malt beverages knownias next tobeer whichcontained less than two per cent of alcohol and were nonintox icating The opinion of the lower Court holding that it was not a violation of the local option statutes to sell such beverages was adopted by the Court of Appeals Judge ORear dissented in the opinion The Court says that the Legislature sought to prevent intem perance in passing prohibition legislation and that the sale of norijntoxicat ing liquors does not come under this statute Try Kentucky Star Flour So good Kentucky Star Flour Best made i IHE HAD BEEN THERE HIMSELF t i l Mrs WittDont swear like that youwithper Mr WittLose my temper nothing Im just swearing to please the boys Thats what they want Croup Cured and a Childs Life Saved It affords me great pleasure to add my testimony to that ofj the thousands who nave been benefited by Chtmber loins Cough Remedy My child Anew when only three years old was with a severe a tack ol croup and thanks to the prompt use of Cham rlains Cough y his life was and today he is a robust and healthy boy says Mrs A Coy Jr remedyhassands of mothers keep tat hand and it has never been kno jn to fail For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co Ittt taattwtzwttwtuOCttRBaltlw CLUBBING R TES WITI- ILOUISV1LLb D IL1ES LouisvilleTimes 3 50 The Sun and the Dail Courier Journal except S nday6 40 Same including Sund y 8 20 The Sun and the dailj Courier Journal any thre days in the week 3 7f The Sun one year anc the daily CourierJournalny three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sun ay Cour ierJournal one ye ir 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe EveningPost fktRllaf170ha11RNw11RgiRl1 DItIIItIIIm iibrI STEVENS flFor Trap or Field a STEVENS BARRELeS in Price High in Qualitygood gun value right through Made in standard gauges lengths weights etc Hammer or Hammerless Styles 6TEVENSSHOTGUIS- SHOOT STRAIGHT AND STRONG For ly til orting live Hardware MW cnanti If yon cannot I obtiia we ihfp direct ezpreti prtf receipt Pica of Catalog Seadfor1GOpipeiani trated Catalog describ ing entire Hti attractive cover in colors Uailedfor anti in stamps to pay postage J STEVENS ARMS TOOL COP O Box 4098 Chicopee Falls Mass Heart r Troubles The heart may he weak just the same as the eyes stomach or other organs It often happens that a person is born with a weak heart Then again dis ease fevers overexertion anxiety nervousness rheumatism etc weaken isshortnesspitation pain in the heart or in some of the nerves of the chest or abdomen The heart should be strcngthenedwith a tonic equalsDr Ithoughttired gooddealIbeganmuchbetterful that I began taking this medicine othershowNORTONFreevnie HeartCureof first bottle only If It fallsto benefit Mlles youJ l Mtwwfit + + II ifc ill tftift tfr ifri oF + i I FREE I f PREMIUMS j t The SOUTHERN t offers more and AGRICUL1URISTit 4ato club raisers paper fit This year we are giving away a lot of new and valuably press 4i ents some things you never saw Sft before 4 Anybody can get up a c1 bfor the SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST be t cause it isthe best papa published Sfor southern farmers ana the price is veryreasonable Write for free sample 6opv con tit taming attractive premium offers i iSOUTHEIIN AGRICULTURIST hYJlI Tennessee r + iIt4t4twd I 1IRIIM irr1it THE SUN AND t 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trying to help you prepare I bought myM goods early therefore I am ready to serve you I Read the list of presents belowl I I 1 Christmas I Naturally brings thoughts of l JEWELRYI- f makes the handsomest and I most durable of all gifts 1 IT will convince you that my prices are Ii low my good class All articles 1t FREE I I Ja rl Cll11lnnJIIIJ r ISPRINFIELD A ONE DOLLAR In Advance Editor and Publisher Altered at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission through themaps as secondrclass matter TERMS OF i Oae yerA fl00 iflix Months 50 T 1ree Months 25 FIVE YEARS This is the fifth anniversary of jthe Sounding of The Springfield Sun We are as yet as to age in the world an infant not protected yet healthy and ahl we attribute this to the fact that from our birth our aim has been to adhere to truth and our sincere and earnest endeavor to publish a good local paper and to please our patrons mother to give man a square deal and a run 1fo his i The pathway of a country and proprietor Is not always strewn with r98 sWlth them thorns are t1We have inhaled the perfume of the one and feltthe of the other but we are glad we are alive and if we jinay add doing our in the news liiaper work as we see our duty out flined Five years ago Mr J Rogers Gore founded The Springfield Sun and was fits and proprietor until February 1st of this year when it passed to its present management Since we have had control our chief aim has to serve the public and publish the news in the latter endeavor the public at large can be of assistance and if jat times we have to publish a news item of interest please subscrib A t 1 Selections I For WiftiHubandFrItnd I and Sweethearts I cWATCHESCHARMS FOBS I LOCKETS AND CHAINS 1 RINGS TOILET CASES I rMANICURE SETS I= SILVERWARE CUT GLASS Ii CLOCKS CUFF BUTTONS iKNiyES AND FORKS iSPOONS ETC completeline I E dtownr Anvinvestigation and first purchased here are ENGRAVED aJie JAMES GRAVEN i1 5 fetlltitt HlIIIIJIIIDIUIIIllDIIUmltII1rlnnID nrnumUDJallii SUN SUBSCRIPTION ftt SMITH SUBSCRIPTION OLD newspaper lusty desire words every money editor mixed prick share editor been great failed few er recall that we were ignorant of it and that you failed to call us up and inform us Yes we aria five years old However we are not sending out invitations to a birthday party with subpoena duces tecurn attached as a forcible reminder that a present would be acceptable but if any one should desire to encourage our growth and inspire our very being by paying his subscription or by adding his name to our subscription list we would like BarkisV be vilhng yes quite willing thank you PAIR VIEW Mrs Rebecca Vandaveritree has re turned home after a weeks visit to friends at Chaplin Jinimie Chesser spent part of last week with his grandfather F M CarneyHitner Lmton spent Wednesday night at the home of his uncle Jas Truax Mr and Mrs Jas Hardesty and little daughter Martha sIent Thanksgiving with Mrs Hardestys parentsMr and Mrs Jas Reddicks Mrs Jas Truax and two daughters Mary and Tressie and Mrs Vandaven tree spent Saturday at the home bf Mrs Josie Settles Mrs T D Sweeney and two grand children spent Saturday and Sunday at Chaplin Notice to Hunters The following people announce that their lands are posted and they forbid hunting on their premises Parties naught hunting upon the lands of any of the undersigned will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law Moral Stay off and keen out of trouble C J HAYDON LUCINDA PAYNE DEE RILEY Parties desiring their names placed in this list may it done by paying 25c a name cash m advance ED Use Kentucky Star Kloyr to bake your Cake and make Biscuits It light pure white and healthful + r tW E GREENE i Barbershop r irhave purchased of Mr Raymond Nally his Barber r d Shop next to the Walton hoteland will conduct the ousjness at the same stand I am always ready toserye 1 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 Dry Cleaning and Pressing establishment in connection with my barber shop When wanting Laundry done or yours clothes needL1r Cleaning and Pressing call on me All work guaranteed W 1tj + + + + Dr G 1BurtonRESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Wjth out Pain CROwNWORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky fete in flagon Block up stairs Local News Notes Headquarters for your Santa Claus at THOMASl Having sold my residence 1 am now selling efIfects Miss FANNIE WALL Remember iwe always have the new things leaves furs flowers and grapes See them r IMRS WILLIAMS Mr C B Pope sold 120 acres of his farm near Texas to Mr Tom Wilson Possession fran II 1910 Everything jfpr the Christmas shopper at GRUNDY MCINTIRES Mr J A Thompson sold his store house dwelling and lot at Texas last week tbDave P rdom for 1000 Pos session Jan 1 1910 Reduced prices on all Millinery Pat terns trimmed and untrimmed hats and childrens mats at low prices WATHEN SHADER FOR SALE OR KENT My house on Davidson Avenue Outbuildings include barn meathouse chickenhouse coal house buggy sheds Easy terms C W STALLINGS Closing out Sale of all Fall Goods Trimmed Hats for Ladies Misses and Children at and below cost Dont miss these great bargains MRS MULLIGAN over Peoples Bank The place to get your Santa Claus the right things at right price is at PJ THOMAS On and after Jan 1st niy house of 8 rooms and lot of 3 acres for rent or sale WALTER E LEACHMAN All hats trimmed and untrImmed at your own price Want to close out all byXmas MRS WILLIAMS Christmas presents for everybody at GRUNDY MCINTIRES The Ladies of the Baptist church will serve Court Day Dinner in February See curs before buying your Christmas presents Can save you money GRUNDY MCINTIRE Mound City Paints acost a trifle more but Mr Leo Hay don A clean sweep of all odds and ends Scarilous low prices in notions and- everything to make room for Holiday goods PJ J THOMAS The newest the best and most com plete line of Christmas presents at GRUNDY MCINTIRES ESTRAYAbout 8 weeks ago a black f steer strayedon my place about 4 miles from WHHsburg on Springfield and Willisburg pike Owner can have same by paying for keeping and this ad- MRS C A HOMAN RevsC R Blain of the Seminary of Louisville will preach at the Presby terian church at Pleasant Grove next Sunday morning and evening Dec 5 1909 r Mr Sam Nallyj of near town has purchased of Mr Joe Thomas his farm situated about 2 miles from Lebanon en bt Rose pikejThe farm contains 200 acres and the consideration was 13000 LosTOn 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 recei ereward MRS J W KELLY For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop ESTRAYAbout a week ago a black Poland China boar hog weight about 300 pounds strayed on my place Ow ner can have same by paying for this local and for keeping of hog W P MONTGOMERY ma a sw errras1 p IMPORTANT SALE OF MEN AND BOYS I Suits Overcoatsl IIMPORTANT TO US because we Jp to Reduce our Im of Clothing anIxAWAY THEIR REAL VALUE OU Clothing Department is fill th the VERY BEST I makes and the NEWEST Patt and cuts 1DONT be induced to buy anytlli the Clothing line you have seen our st and have heard our VERY LOW PRICES I IIr WE will not quote any prices in d but if you will I come yourself and bring yo ys you will hear the Lowest Prices ever quoted On HighG ofhing I I Also offering Sepcial Indue ents in Ladies I Cloaks and Si I One Lot of Childrensand Ises Cloaks at I n Co i1 Ii Every Department filled with choice miandise which we will be glad to Quote Low pr ceJI ITheROBERT RAh YBROOKE 7 I KENTUCKY IIbgjliWJj tm 6r SttT frefff W Iif I Mr S M Campbell last week sold his farm justsouth of town on the Lebanon pike to Mr E I Colvin The- place consists of 50 acres and the consideration was 6000 or 120 per acre The remains of Mrs Annie Commerce who died in Louisyille yester day reached here today and were tak en to Bethlehem for interment The funeral was conducted by Rev R L Purdom Mrs Commerce leaves a fam iily tomourn her IThe Administrators Sale of Thos JW Reed deceased will ake place on hursday Dec 9 1909 promptly at 1 m A lot of live stock farming im- Plements household goods etc wil be sold SundayfourierJOUrnalS by Mr Edwin Carlile Litsey of Leba anon Mr Litsey is well known to Springfield people having married a Springfield girl several years ago and our people take a deep interest in his work and pride in his achievements IWe take pleasure in directing our readers attention to the advertisement of the Southern School of Telegraphy of Newnan Georgia which appears elsewhere in this issue of The Sun The S S T is the leading Telegraph Instf t tem the United States and its graduates are always in demand The rail roads of the country are in need of many additional Telegraph Operators a id every yoUng man wishing to learn a practical trade would do well to write the School at Newnan for its new il kstrated Catalo full informa tlbnIGood Cough Medicine for Children and Grown Folks Too uWe could hardly do without Cham berlaips Cough Remedy says Mrs Flora Despain of Bloyd JyHI found it to be so good for the croup and Have used it for years I can heartily recom m nd it for coughs colds and croup in children and grown folks too The above shows the implicit confidence that many mothers place in Chamberlains C ugh Remedy a confidence based on many years experience in the use of itl No one need hesitate to use this remedy for it contains no chloroform op um or other narcotics and may be given to a child as confidently as to an HaydonDtu A Mouse and Lot on Texas road about three squares from Graded School House has four rooms Good barns well a nd gardep Will rent at reasonable price or sell on reasonable terms App to MRS NANNIE J MCMILLEN O F4 F CSFr q frlvr rT+ HHHUZ 4ZLEUSTESTYOUR t- t r 1WWeon the Greatest Line c f Spectacles in Centnl Kentucky All the lat est style Glasses and +any style Rims We can furnish you with 4t the best grade oi goods at the Lowest Prices ittItc GREAT BARGAINS I 4 U ISED Ma tw+I1 t I1 I1 t1 t I1 t I I I1 ff I i THE SJN AND- LOUISVILLE TIMES 3S PER Y 4R Qk1aIomasLandSd1e One millia six hundred thousand acres of valuable farm and graziij land belonging to the State of Oklahoma r will be dided into farms of one hundred and sixty acres each and old to the highest bidder t on easy terms AUCTION EGINS DECEMBER 16 1909 and continues for 21 days The agricultural land has been appraised f at prices rnging from X800 to 3400 per acre The average apraised value of the grazing land is aboUt 250 per are Reduced Railroad FaresVia THE HNDERON ROUTE to all points in Oklahoma Tickets on sale the first and third Tuesdays in each month and bear final return limit of twentyfive days y from date a sale Diverse routes are permitted on these vV tickets thais the going trip may be made thru one ection or portion of the State and the return trip thru another fur Full InfQrmationRegarding the price and the diverse route arrangement of the railroad tickets also the terms of purchase pay ment and full description of the farmlands r Write 1 j R F p NNrI A orJ P GARDNER b P A The Hederso RoiteZ LUJS IIIEKy tyc t bI I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER i 1909 t 1L ChtistmasNovelties IiiWe have a complete line of Christmas Novelties presents for ail the family old and youqg alike and we want your Christ mss trade Our prices on these goods will bring us your trad- eS if you will inspect them before buying Give us a call EVERYTHING YEW ANYTHING YOU WANT COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELFL Grundy Mclntire Springfield CostrEntire Stock of Millinery ReducedJ Childrens Hats Toboggans and Caps at Half Price Miss Willie Knott fq i f IwSPRINGFIELD V STALLARD KY D Dj TEETH Pain or Danger Done in this office is flrst I andjustMtever McElroy Shatters s Grocery5feS 1 paepoao oOopeoae 0 I Personal Notes tt o a Visitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Up of the Weeks 0 Personal fJews aoCol John B Wathen ot Lebanon was in townyesterdayi rMiss Sue Muratta of Louisville spfent Thanksgiving with Mrs Margaret rBettis Dudley Robertson spent theThanks- giving holidays with his patents Mr and Mrs C D Robertson Mr and MM T Scott Mayes spent the webkend with Mr Jack Beam at Early Times Messrs Ben F Simms and Parker Medley of St Marys College spent Thanksgiving at home J C Shaker Jr and Ronald Feat erston returned to St Marys Sunday after spending several gays with Mr and Mrs J C Shader A Miss Bertha Haydon spent the first of the week with Miss Katherine Spald ing of Lebanon Mr and Mrs Ra h Bpldnck and children visited reladves in Lebanon this Week = Misses Isabell Medley and Nellie Simms were at home from azarethfor Thanksgiving j IM G D Duncan is in Louisville today on business t Judge JohnS Kelly of Bardstown was here last night pri bu inessI Mr Jas Cecil of Bardstown wan m town yesterday Hood Cunningham who hasbeen ill of pneumonia is able toba out returnedIhome after a to Mrs Joe Mudd in Chicago lIt Mr John ShuckMcElroy who is a student at Central University of Dan holidaystS McElroy Jack McChord was at home last week from Central University for Thanksgiving Mrs Theresa Mudd and Miss Flora Mudd are visiting in Louisville and New Haven Mr and Mrs Chas McDowell ot Danville have been Visiting Mr an Mrs W C McChord Miss Lizzie Lee assistant ie 9 cher at Elmwood Academy Perryville Ky days was at home for the Thanksgiving holi 4 Candies When you get ready to make your Christmas Candy remember that we have the best of Candled PINEAPPLE Cubes and Slices CHERRIES DATES FIGS and all kinds of NUT KERNELS reedy J for use Candy Boxes Plain and Fancy Come and see for yourself WKHihirt pick out a toy for your little one r Fresh Oysters Celery Malaga Grapes On hand all time Katie Hertlein Bro JTTTTTTT Mr B D Lake was in Louisville Monday Mrs Kate Willia us spent Thanksgiving with her mother Mrs Connor Fredericktown Mr Theodore Leachman of Green wburg of the week an1dIrBokervisiting their aunts Misses Lucy and Vcola Brown MraB D Lake left Monday to visit her brother Mr Walter Thompson in Asheville NjCj f MrsJ HLamptcjn whOjhasbeen visiting relative1in Louisville has re turned Dr Reed Thompson and wife of Mackville were in town Tuesday Mrs Sutherland ot Harrodsburg visited at St Catharine Sunday Miss Lottie Simms visited her sis ter Mrs Pius Whelan in Barditown the latter part of last week Allen Boblitt was in Lebanon Tues day Mr Jas Blythe of Iowa who spent Thanksgiving with his sister Mrs R A McElroy has returned horn e Mr L A Burns and nephew have andd Mr C D Robertson was iI1 Lebanon Monday Mr Lee Parrott left this morning for California where he will spend some time for his health Mr B F Simms was in Bardstown Monday rMr S C McGill arid son Cambron were m Lebanon Monday Miss Emily Hughes of Cincinnati t and Miss Allene Hanna of Shelby ville visited Miss Annie McChord the first the week Miss Mary McClellan has returned to her home in Lebanon after a yisi t to her sister Miss Minnie McClellan Missi Nannie Ray Thurman of Lebanon who has been visiting her broth er Judge J H Thurman has eturn ed home i Mr H P McChord of Louisville is visiting his family at this place I Mr HM Grundy was in Louis yille Tuesday Mr Ray Wakefield of Wakefield Station was in town Monday Mr Morrie Durrett went to Lex ington last Thursday to attend the f ball game Hon John W Lewis who was ap pointed special judge by Gov Willson two weeks ago to hold court at Will iamsburg Ky was at home Friday f the Jay Judge Lewis says that ti docket in Whitley county is very heavy ANTiOUIY Mr Val os Royalty has returned home after a weeks visit toi friends at Mt darmel Miss Ada Snider has returned to her hf me near Bloomfield after a two peeks visit to her cousin Miss Pearl Snider at this place Mrs Elisha White and father Mr Will Gordon of Tatham Springs spent the day with Mr A Snider and family lati Thursday Mrs Matt MaddoX of Moreland and Miss Mayme Walls of Junction City are visiting friends in this community Mr Tom Hahn and wife of Fox Cteekare visiting Mr G K Mitchell and family jat this place There was a candy party at Mr Geo Snider s last Friday night given in honor of Misses Pearl and Ada Snider Evlery one present reports an enjoyable time Jjlr Will Hardesty of Polin spent Saturday with his uncle Mr ASnider of this place The death angel visited the home of Mrs Tome Griffy on last Saturday night and took therefrom their darling babe aged two months Its death was due to whqopmg cough The remains were laid to rest in the Fairview cemetery Sunday j b iss Belle Hatchett of Tatham Springs is spending a few days wit Miss Effie Snider spentIMri Ed Sparrow and family of Stinnett Mjr LE Sweazy and wife spent Wednesday night with his mother Mrs Ma Sweazy of Green Chapel Deal Expected Early Contributed In iicatious point to an early sale of the Burley Pool that the American To bare Co to meet the demands of their trod are compelled to take thdcrop of 1 09 soon is evident from the fact that negotiations are on between thei r Representative and the Board of Con trol at Lexington From all reports several conferences have teem held be twee i their Representatives and the Managers in regard to the holdings and another meeting is eXPEcted at any- tIme that will cons mrrlate the deal That the Societyis master of the situation can no longer be doubted that the movement on the part of the Growers has accomplished much no thinking man tliIsectiqn m ans- muchto this section and we would advise ers of Washington county to consider As we have stated befor in these columns a real live market here at Springfield means much to W faIct the e e at hoijtie1 and paid for before leaving the yItrans expense lDcreasmgIprice all of this the Society proposes to establish handling houses and put tobacco fn merchantable shape at actual cost to the growers We without any selfishness on our part ur e the tobacco growers to look into t situation carefully Success to this movement will add much to the interest of Washington and every county grow ing burley tobacco Try Kentucky Star Flour its made like grandfather used to make it PUBLIC SALE Wednesday f Dec 8 09 Promptly at 100 oclock I will sell on the above date on the farm o f Mrs C R Cheatham 1 m West ol Willisburg to the highest a best bi der the following 1 Mare coming 12yearsold in 2 Geldings coming 4yearsold 50 he dot Sheep 1 Milk Cow And a lot of other Live Stock ImplementsooHousehold and Kitchen Furniture TERMS Sums of 10 and under cas All over 10 a credit of six months w be given Notes bearing interest from date with good personalsecurity will orbe required t eAT CHEATHAM S M Campbeli Auctioneer t Oung Men Learn Telegraphy Take Advantage of Our Great Special Offer Life Scholarship in TELEGRAPHY TYPEWRITING AND RAILROAD AGENCYreduced to 45 and 250 of students railroad fare paid Boys this is YOUR 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Mr Boh Adams spent a few days this weekwIth his brother Mr W F Adams of this placeiMrs Siida Hyatt spent the latter part of last week with Mrs Lizzie Anderson Mr Lloyd Fen wick and wife were in our vicinity S rdayI Misses Pearl and Sadye Fenwick were guests of Miss Grace Arnold Saturday night and Sunday ShannorwerEplace the latter part of the weekI Miss jLena Cissell is the guest jof Mary Rose Janes this weekIMiss Anna Shewmaker was the su st of Louise Fenwick Saturday night Messrs Leslie Bottoms George Gail r lespie and Richard Arnold were in our midst Sunday afternoon Mrs Diana Smith and Misses Maggie and Eliza Smith were guests of Mrs Lizzie Anderson Sunday ymJdstMiss Margie Bontaj who is teaching school at this place spent fiom Wed nesday until Monday in Springfield FAILhTO diRE ECZEMA t They flog the Pores Only a Liquid Can Reach the Inner Skin =Since the bidfashioned theory of curing eczema through the blood has been given up by scientists many different salves have been tried for skin diseases But it has been found that these salves only clog the pbres and cannot pene trace to the inner skin below the epider mis where the eczema germs are lodged Thisthe quality of penetrating probably explains the tremendous sue cess of the only standard liquid eczema cure oil of wintergreen as compounded tennyears of cure after cure the worlds 1leading skin specialists have accepted this as the true eczema cure We ourselves do not hesitate to recommend D D C Prescription at 100 a bottle but for the benefit of those who have never tried the prescription we arranged with the D D D Labors tories of Chicago for a special large trial bottle at 25 cents on a specialoffer now This first bottle ought to convince every sufferer and at any rate it will surely take away the itch atones Hay don Robertson Springfield Ky i OPERA i r HOUSE Saturday Nig- htsDEC J 4 Two Hot Tamale Those famous funny fellow WOOD WARD r with BESSIE BENNETT And a whirtie girlie Chorus JTbl s is wo Sudden Presenting that superb socieiJ singing surprise TWOI MERRY TRAMPSt UTHE LAUGHING YET- lI edition all new and bst erdt AKeatid Motner A fluffy ruffle fiotiflatf geously gowned girls and questionably the cleanest ckirt est brightest breeziest jollieij smartest singiest and mwft whistliest of all musical playsa 3 01- Wm t v tTW5e + ML A Picnic for Tir L The same big RAH RAT ii party Price 2535 5Oijd75g 4 T tp Iz I r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DkCEMBEp i 1909 SKIPPER BENS GIRL 1The Treasure That Came to the Lonely Fisherman j t By FRANK H SWEET Copyright by American Press Asso- elation If tyour travels you ever visit the tugged coast of New England you nay ome upon the Cove with Its Justeof brown gray and black Ode louses having queer uneven roofs and crooked chimneys and Its aarrov strip of pebbly beach backed toy hlgb forbidding rocks You are very likely to find boats drawn up upon the beach some of them overturned for calking and rgreat eaps of kelp and seaweed and layers of salt hay showing how far wp the water comes at high tide And climbing over the boats or play lag along the beach am quite sure you will find a little girla brown faced barefooted little girl In a faded pink frock whose hair is like sea weedrich chestnut underneath but faded to u sort of nutty tinge where the su i strikes it If you ask this little girl who she Is ne wi peep shyly up at you through P OIRtinIher tapglPdha4r with a pair of eyes that win your love and admiration al once and will answer Dolly hiderbrownr4curls haken over her blushing cheeks But if you ask any one else shy the old lolster man yonder examining his lobstei pots beside his warped anti leaky old dory or better still old Cnpta Graves as he stands on the wharf every day or sits by the stove In Lis ja Tuckers stove telling of the fishing when he was young he will say fThet Oh thets Skipper Bens gall jit Is a strange story and it all happened some years ago agreat many dears ago Dolly would saywhen Skipp r Ben was not a skipper at all but ri erelY a brown skInned young fisherrjan thelittleby Its If by the waterside and whose r eaves almost u nch the ground Andover in the blackish looking cottage with the shingles down the sidesMived his S rethenrt a rosy lass named Dol jy The had always been friends ever since hey were qld enough to go about and sailed boats together in thp pools t the1vbarfstheywerpshould become owner or part owner of a fishing vessel Ben was an industrious fellow and Was always off on the banks Each j time e came home he alda little money away to an old stocking tar he leas acing up to buy his boat and t once while he was on a fishing cruise with Captain Pratt the captain told lilm a prime little schooner hehad at homo In the cove which Ben mishf secure for the contents of his stocking and fp payment for his services that season Benjcarae home a happy youth He nd a ready cbrlsteuod his new pjasses Lion the Dolly And as he walked up Uttle4sblnbis old comrades should look at him with such solemn pitying glances v Poor Ben He soon learned why they all fooked pityingly at him His sweet Heart Dolly was dead Two weeks before she had been buried In the little graveyard on the hill EAPoor Ben indeed He was never the same man after ward He kept the Dolly and took a pride in her going off to the banks and becoming in time one of the first fishermen In the Cove But he never wage boy again All his old light heart bcamemveyears he ifv d when bp was at home alone In the little brown housefor his old n other was dead too A lonely Rime he had of it when he was not at the banks In the evenings he- lfpiiid lit for hours With his pipe star Ing Into the fire and thinking how dif onlyThad One night there wasr a terrible jorm and Skipper Bjin sat by his lonely hearth smoking and thinking The wind blew and bowled about the little brown house It rushed down the chimney and beat against the side of the house until it But Ben does not notice a bit of Wind Presently his gloomy thoughts got the better of him The tiny room seemed to grow as narrow and as suf locating as a grave and he rushed out into the night and the storm where he could draw in deep breaths of the wild salt air There was no rain but the clouds skyAndat their heels Such a wind If Ben had not been the broad sturdy fellow that he was it would have blown him off his feet cPwntheheeded neither tbewind nor the roar ing surf Was it str nge Ithat with the fierce storm ranging without and the equally fierce storm r lging within Skipper Ben should not heard the shrieks and cries of that night Not so very biVP but what was strange t above all the din and commotion should have heard a feeble wail e faintest little wail in the world But he bpnr it at any rate and hurried to the spit whence it cameIThere lying on the beach with its frock securely fastened to a broken spar was a little child Why you poj r little creeter exclaimed Ben art be unfast ned the dress How the world did you git out here t The baby supped crying as soon as she saw him and stretching out her tiny arms gave a little chuckle of delight f He picked her up tenderly and wringing out the soaked little gar ments which were like cobwebs and were trimmed with the finest lace buttoned her iip inside his heavy jacketThen It was that he hpard the shouts and cries for the first time and saw men running helplessly up and down the beach and gazing seaward What were they looking Look a11 ing at nothing They staring and gaping at the place where a good ship had just gone to pieces Could no one be saved No it was impos sible No boat could live in such a surf and there Is moreover no lifeboat at the Cove The ship went to pieces where she struck Of nil the crew not onelived- to tell the tale and of all the passen gers notonetras saved except the lit tIe baby buttoned up under Skipper Bens rough pilot jacket But the bAby lived and wa like a sunbeam In the little brown hojise for no one talked of putting her in the asylum Nor is there any orphan asy lum at the Cove though there are orphans in plenty for many a good fellow goes to the banks never to return not supposing that he has said qoddby forvtbe last time to the youngsters at home The baby cried for mamma a little at first but she soon learned to say Ben instead And from that day on the little room never became narrow and stuffy and Bens pipe was the pipe of peace and comfort The next year when he went to the banKS he left her in the care of Llsha Tuckers wife at the store but the year after she cried so hard when he was going that he took her with him And ever since she bas bee his constant companion and he named her Dolly Five years have passed since that stormy night and Dolly is six years old She Is a bright happy little girl and shelloves the grim old ocoau dearly even ifit did so nearly become her tomb Sometimes in the evening when the wind is blowing and slinking the little brown house and the Mire Is roaring chlmnefSfound her lying on the beach secure fastened toa broken spar Then he will pul ontn little old worn leather trunk and oil take from it the one dainty baby clothes They are yellow now and still stained with sea waterBp wi hold the delicate fabric In his hard rough hand with reverential awe and look with wonder at the little faded blue ribbons that once were shoulder knots wonder who your parents wasv be says to Dolly Only think what you might ha hell Why you might ha been a tnarkis Skipper Bens round b1ueves be collie rounder and bluer at tlielhoughf anti he takes his pipe from his mouth JYou might ha been n tlorchessV But Dolly shakes her head with her brown curls and lays her cheek against Bens rough coat saying No no Id rather be Skipper Bens girl A Man and His Room Play cards with n man for an hour and you will know him better than If you had met him in the drawing room every evening for a year saysa Germ n writer But Sonia in the Paris Figaro suggests another character ba rotnpter A nPr failing test Is the hotel room 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to a Denver Post reporter I wished to secure some plumes from a number of the beautifully plum aged birds said Mr Walton I went into the Jungle and came to a small opening in which there were dry leaves probably a foot in depth coy ering the ground and hundreds of bPautUulIycoloredtroplnl birds In the air and the trees I fired at one of the birds in flight when it seemed to me the whole area of these dead leaves arose in front of and all around wastsaw the animals which raised up the leaves apparently ready for an attack The older animals opened and closed their mouths showing their big sharp tusks formed much like n dirk knife and some of them started toward me Impulsively I commenced firing my gun In the al1 anal turned around which seemed to stop most of them momentarily and asll had lots of car tridges kept up thee shooting and rbey turned and rail away I found afterward that Ibid saved my life by so doing and by ntt shqoting any of the animals t These animals proved to be pecca ries They are most ferdelous and will attack animal In existence on the sirehtest lroolltlon When I got hark to headquarters and told my companions my pxpprlenc was Informed that had shot one of the animals and made him queai the whole hunch would have been onjme and would have torn me to pieces quickly They have been known to kill bears jaguars cattle horses and any number of dogs Although in the fight scores of their number might be killed they seem to have no fear when once aroused underselves from mosquljpes and other winged pests of that not country My friends had many exciting experiences to tell in regard to these ferocious lit tie animals One of this party while traveling with a companion In a wag on stopped for lunch Hader some trees and turned their horsbs out to graze Whilexat lunch a large bunch of peccaries appeared and they thought It would be nice to shoot among them and get one or two for meat so they fired into them wounding several which commenced to squeal Then the whole bunch made an attar The men climbed quickly Into the wagon and kept on shooting so long las the ammunition which they hail In their pockets lasted As they were opening their bags to get out more auuuuuitiou tonguelthe men saved themselves only by jumping on to the seat and then on to limbs of the trees the peccaries taking teurlugIpossession for hours themen watching them from safety in the trees The peccary or South American wild speciesavi the animal possessed of any unusual degree of strength To make up for the natural individual deficiencies in combat with the more powerful mats of the jungle the peccaries unlI ways travel iu large bends When once attacked by a herd of peccaries outcome is ueany always death to tbeI enemy The little pigs pre armed short sharp tusks and uo matter bow great the slaughter of heir own number during the melee the herd stay on the job until the work Js finished Travelers in tropical and South American countries tel of fierce en couuters between the peccaries and the jaguar the monster cur which is lord of the forest The jaguar has a fond ness fora dinner of pork but a wholesome respect for the power of a herd 10t wild pigs When hei wants to satisfy his cravings for a pork diet he drops from a limb of a tree on to the peccaryIthen retreats hastily to his tree be fore the herd cats get at him When forIthe Jaguar descends and enjoys his- meal at leisure Frederick StIous in Ibis romance of the animal world has an Interesting account of a fight be peeItreed on the limb of a tree from which the bark had rotted a vay He was only a few feet above them and by harassing and jumping tt their enemy finally succeeded In bringing the con filet to the ground After the fight was over there were eleven killed and wounded peccaries but the jaguar was literally torn to pieces Same Thing NoW You know woman iwas once the Head of the family sh said No need to speak of that In the past tense replied her husband meek y rb1tNdelphiaLedgerl The most sublime act Is to set another before youWilllamBlake 9 t t t l r RAILWAY CONDUCTORS 1 The Many and Varied Duties They Have to Perform As a he 1wUlcarry e the division up and iovn the gossipotImay be a homely little car Just us sure to be a h From its elevated outlook he may command a good view of the train away ahead to the engine nl dbe will be supposed to know all tie while that the brakemen are attending to their duties that the train is in good order particularly that there are no hot boxes smoking away and in imminent danger of setting fire to tup train and the valuable contents There is a deal of bookkeeping to be accomplished In that traveling offiCeol1he condnctor will receive the waybills of the cars of his train and their contents and be Is held responsible for their safe de liveries to their destination or the June tion points where they are to be de livered to other lines Wbenbe comes to the passenger service there will be stl more book keeping to confront him and ne will have to be a man of goid mental at tainments to handle all the many thrOugbIer iforms of transportat on contracts that come to him to de ect the good from the bndto throw fit the coud terfPits that are constant offer ed to him He will quite a money account buvetoCarry and he knows the mj to be paid for out of his All that is o6ly a phase of his busi ness He Is responsible for the care and safe conduct of his train equally responsible in the last respect with the engineer He also receives and signs for the train orders and be is required to keep in mind every Jetall of the trains progress over the ine He will have his own assortment of questions to answer at every stage of the jour ney and he will be expe ted to rfmln tain the discipline of the ailroad upon Its trains That may men in the one Instance the ejectment oi a passenger who refuses to pay his fireII nd still he must not Involve the road in any they the sub nSjugation loafers The real wonder of It Is that so many conductors come 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ban ttt week for 325 CL L Grundy recently purchased a re pair of young mules from A B Waiter for 210 fkigsby Bros purchased 200 bushels T corn from H M Goatley at S2 50 gcr barrel Edward Goatley sold a fJmcy comI lived mare to Everett Croak last week 1M17S Ernest Goatley has sold cropol bcco to Weekly Bros per ld JUtledge Wharton of Springfieldte eartly purchased a weanling mule from C L Grundy for 50 Dud Shehan recently purchased some n from M Reed at SOc per bushel Mr Palmer Goatley sold a load of to Vacco Saturday at the Farmers Ware Jfaaoc realizing about 12c for same Mrr Jerome Wohner of Willisburg ecently purchased a supply ot corri Jrofc W E Derringer of this place at 5e per bushel L H H Tatum sold a nice driving Aorse to WE Brown this week at un IIWhat Would You Dp Jta case of a burn or scald wjiat would doto relieve the pain Such in Jaries are liable to occur in arty family j everyone should be prepared for- aem Chamberlains Salve applied o- naft cloth will relieve the pain qlmcstI illtantly and unless tne aI wery severe one will cause thk parts Iteal without leaving a scar For sale ftp The Leo Haydon Drug Co hHAPPY HOLLOW fIMr Lloyd Matherly and wife spent Jjfabday witn Mr and MrsJ Edward Hanfcy at this place J Mr John Armstrong and wife dined Saodav at the home of their daughter Br ErastusPerkms r Mr E L ParIsh and family spent fcnday with the family of Mr Solomon Zy3HMessrs Tom and Bram P th rand Jfewilies Messrs Charlie and John Ibya Ray Pinkston and Sabe Hardin famIilltThanksgving Mr Walter Hanby and Miss Myrtle JfaBstronfT attended meeting at Willis fwg Sunday and dined with Mr Eras i Perkins and wife of near here conttells were destroyed by fire about 12 VcJock Iast Sunday while he and his Jfanly were away from home Mr Hence Scott and family spent Saturday and Sunday with their daugh ir Mrs John Crow and family at flttipfece 1 jilrv Erastus Perkins and wife spent ittveial days with the family of Mr Ja Armstrong at this placer IIrsBell Hanby is very low at this THiog J VMS Leona Crow is very sick with J f monia f Mrs Pearl Hanby ahd Myrtle Arm fcrwig were at Poortown Wednesdav- Mcs C W Stallings was in Mack pflte SundayI Mrs Edward Hanby spent Friday af tentbon with her father1 Mr John Armstrong kt this place Misses Maud and Eva Inman spent IRsanksgiving with Mrs Edward Han 0at this place Wont Slight a Good friend f0ever f need ft cough medicine again I know what to get declares Mrs A t Alley of Heal Meuforafter us itt ten bottles of Dr Rings New Dis very and seeing its excellent results A nay own family and others I am cpn iced it IS the best medicine made for Geghs Colds and lung trouble Ev ciyotie who tries it feels just that way Xftief is felt at onceand it quick cure drprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorrhage Croup LaGrippe Sore Viroat pain in chest or lungs its su jreflK 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Rob tson t PUBLIc SALE Friday December 17 09 At 1000 ocl ck a m On my premises two miles East of the big bridge on the Springfield and Willisburg pike 1 will offer for sale the following property Two good Farm Horses 1 good Farm Mare five Brood Mares one fiveyear old Mare one twoyearold Mare one yearling Filly one Red Bird Weanling Colt one Hackney Weanling Colt one yearling mule five twoyearold Mules thirty good Ewes and one Buck 1 nice yearling Heifer 250 bushels corn about ten tons of hay a lot of Farming Im plements TERMS All sums under 10 cash Over 10 on 12 months time with note beating 6 per centinterest with good personal security THOMAS DUNCAN- S M Campbell Auctioneer Card of Thanki We desire to thank our many friends who were so kind to us during the sick whvbi JMaAbout Ge se Here is what a schoolboy thinks about geese Geese is a low heavy set bird composed mostly of meat and feathers His head sits on one side and he sits on the other Geese cant sing much on account of t dampness in the moisture There aint no between to his toes and he carries a toy balloon in his stomach to keep from sinking Geese has only two legs and they are set so fir back on his running gear they come Ipretty near missing his body 5ome geese when they get big are called ganders and have curls on their tails Ganders dont have to set or hatch but just loaf go swjmming and eat If I was a goose I had rather be a gaIfdttevers time Geese does not give milk but gives eggs but for me give me liberty or give me death JJ LiPQo Man Man comes into this world without his consept and leaves it against his t will During his stay on earth his is spent in one continuous round of timeII traries and misunderstandings balance of our species In his in he is an angel in his boyhood T fanCyI devil in his manhood he is from a lizard upif he raises a family klheis rich he is dishonest but considered smart if he is in politics he is a grafter and a crook if he is out of politics you cant place him as he is an unde sirable citizen if he goes to church he isa hypocrite if he stays away from church he is a sinner and is damned if he donates to foreign missions he does it for show if he doesnt he is stingy and a tightwad Wnen he first comes into tie world everybody wants to kiss him betore he goes out they all want to kick him If he dies young ther was a great future before him if hi lives to a ripe old age he is simply in the way and living to dave funer al expensesExchange OOOOOOOOOOOQOOQOOOOOOOOOOO FARMERS BANKIncorporated MaCkvilltN Ky CAPITAL 1500000 SURPLUS PROFIT 3000 00 1 We offer bou fair treatment with every accommodation that Is con sistent with conservative banking o The strength and stability of a R 5 r itsDireC1tors 2 J B PETEB PresIdentS ELVIN BIRCH VProsldent J SMITH Cashier DIRECTORS J B Peter Elvin Birch J T Sweet ey Dan Moll vey J M Buaaoll James Coco rim Qea W PoWell Q8bowmaker J W Best B G Matherlj t W Arnold ooobboobocooooooooooooboo LINoLfliED JT AridThat Ended the Naval Sweatbox Punishment On One of Mr Liucolns excurslons to Fortress Monroe ou the steamer Hartford In 18U3 his attention was di reet d to a narrow door bound with Iron the usej bf which be was anxious to learn What Is this he asked Ob that Is the sweatbox was the reply It Is used for refractory and insubordinate seuuien A man In there is subjected to steam beat and has very little ventilation It generally brings him to terms very quickly President Lintdins curiosity was aroused This be said to himself is treatment to which thousands of American seamen are probably subjected every year Let me try It for myself and see what It really Is Taking off his hat for be was sever al inches Over six feet In height he en tered the he found to be little IniosurewblCh in length or width that at a signal froin himself die door should be Immediately opened It was then closedand the steam turned on He had been Inside hardly three min utes before tie signal was given Pres- Ident Lincoln bid experienced enough of what was then regarded as necessary punishment for American seamen There was very little ventilation and the short exposure to the hpt and hu midair bad almost suffocated him Turning to Secretary Welles of the navy department the president ordered that no sucu inclosure as the sweatbox should ever after be alloyed on any vessel flyIng the America flag It was not un hour after this order had been given before every sailor on every ship in Hampton Roads had heard of It The effect was most reImarkable oni the older sailors tuany itf whom had themselves experienced the puuishlIl nt of the sweatbox Some of them wept from Joy But the good results of this act of President Lincoln were not confined to the America navy Great Britain France Gerihauy and other European countries heard that the sweatbox bad been abolished in America as inhuman One and all of these nations in turn fell Iqto line and today the sweatbox Is not to be found on any vessel flying the flag 0 taj civilized nation through out the world RAN THE BLOCKADE Putting a Risky Piece of Business at Santiago Some nays odicers at a dinner party the other Waning were discussing the efficacy of the Cuban blockade In J898 That many vessels ran the blockade at Havana Cienfuegos and elsewhere was admitted But only one vessel ever run the Santiago blockade said one of the speakers and that was one of our own vessels the little Jlourester He then described how the ilouces ter ran the Blockade while commanded by Dick jWalhwright then n lieu tenant comm had previously been executive officer of the Maine when It blew up We had been sent down to Asset raderos to comuiunloate with the in surgents said the raconteur who was on the Gloucester at the tlmeUpon our return it was quite dark and we wore proceeding slowly to our station on the Inside tUne of the blockade when the electric signaling apparatus broke down We could not give a signal particularly the private identification signal of the night Bad we been discovered by one of the blockading vessels It would at once have flashed the signal and if we did not Immediately respond It w0uld have promptly open ed fire We would have been blown to pieces In a minute ult was a risky piece of business but Dick Wainwright was perfectly cool and the Gloucester actually plokefl its way without being discovered through the whole blockading hoot took up Its station on the inside line under the MotTo and aa soon as the signaling apparatus was repalreO reported Its arrival It was n clear ease of blockade running but It was mighty ticklish while It lastedSan Francisco Call An Intelligent CowciA few nights ago a went home and fouud a cow In bls yard He drove her out Be then went luto the bouse and later heard the animal ID the yard again He drove her out the second and third times The cltl zeus sou came home later and found the animal In the yard and drove her out The citlxen then made an Inves tigation and found the cow got In by wading around the fence on the river side Ho hung up a lantern to deceive the cow as she came In and tbo next morning so be says he found the cow in the yard with the lanteru hung on her horns using the same to bunt out the best grapefruit his grove Say what you please but that was an in telilgpnt cow And the story Is trqeoT course It Fort Myer Press ISveIl Stock you an Imported Per sian fat for SL000T ventured the cat and dog fancier What exclaImed the mnltimillloni sIre lu surprise Why just bought a 5000 bulldog from you the other tiny Yes but I thought youd want ft 1000 cat fori that swell bulldog to chase You surely would t allow a 5000 bulldog jo chase a common caL would youJittsburg Press An Important Advantage Do you tbliik a college education affords a man an important advan tage Oh yes One has to have it In or rter to yet ItJto a university clubV fhlcugo RecordHerald t The A B C and X Y I of ADVERTISING A SERIES OFTES TALKS os ADVERTISING N 5wtftte by Seymour BatOR of Philadelphia O Never spring a big newspaper advertisement upon the public unexpectedly Make it an invariable rule to lead up J3y two or three nicely graded steps to the important announce ment to be made People take a certain pleasure out of anticipation They enjoy their dinnerall the more if they have been anxiously waiting to hear the bell But if you open up your morning newspaper and find I blazed forth in big headlines the advertisement of something startlingly new you are stunned rather than interested If however for two or three days you have been looking for this announcement and each day getting a little more curious about it you get your self keyed up in anticipation and then if the announcement is even better than you had imagined you surrender in a body Pont pay the United States government two cents for carrying a letter or a circular worth less than IThe average advertiser wilt shave off 15 cents a thousand on envelopes and a quarter of a cent a pound on pajper and beat down the printer in price so that he is obliged to use a 30cent ink and by various other economies get his matedal ready for 6 a thpusand He will then pay the government 20 for carrying his stingy badlyprinted cheaplooking 6 worth of stuff and pat himself on the back for being economical Dont wastegray matter on your competitor No matter how entertainingly he lies you go sight on telling the plain blunt kind of truth thatmptherused tomake Truth can be made armo entertaining than falsehood Dont be afraid to call a spade a spade If the goods are shoddy advertise them as shpddy give good shoddy measure and charge shoddy prices There are tens of thousands of people who prefer shoddy prefer to eat itto wear it to be entertained by it If you have news to print about your storesome call it advertisingdont order twentythree styles of type with whirligig borders and a crazy badlyengrav ed picture The mummer on New Years Day or the down at Barnums may look funny but he couldnt make good on the road selling gold watches The advertiser has an idea that the more fool things he drags into his opy the more entertaining it is The clown has the very same idea The great thing in all advertising is not quantity of circulation but quality of your copy printed in a newspaper the readers of which are able to buy your goods Copyright by Trlbuna Company Chicago j = Subscribe Today Letter Heads Statements t BillHeads j IEnvelopes 4 Cards Anything and everything In the way of highgrade commercial- 5 printing Our assortment of job 1 type is complete our press facili 5 ties of the best and our workmen true typographical artists This J tel all the story of our facilities for doing job printing of the right Cardsj J If kind at the right priceEniiH ve1 Opes t Bill HeadsD iL Statements i tx Letter Heads fi f n TIIEWlllDSIREATEstSEWtllIILtCIlIlIt NEWHOMI IfRotaxyShutUooraSewing Machine write to THE NEW HOME SEWINI MACHINE CIMf ANT Orange Mates Many sewinc machines are made lo sell re rdlcss el quality but the JTCW Heme Js made to wee tJur guaranty never runs out- Soldv by autberizdi deaken e1y sAd Ed Mm Russell SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUM We earnestly request the patrons of this column to notify us when you sell your stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this head alt persons who are sub ofohargeadortiscmentsfarm products stock etc for sale or wanted- Land for sale or for rent not included but im serted in another department of the paper at very low rates for cash POSITIVELY noth tug but the above mentioned will be run free J E Hagan Springfield Ky Rt 1Box 16 has for sale bushels of corn will sell reasonable Will sell in lots of 25 bushels or aUi J L PeytonRt 4 jhas for sale a fine PolandChina male hog about 1 year old Wants to sell at once Tele phone 45 SpxingfieIdjMfor Toms 250 liens 2K Miss Julia Parrott Rt 3 has for salq Bourbon Red Turkeys 3 for Toms and 2 for Hens f Mrs J R Claybrooke Jr Rt 3 3forEdgar Wilson has fr sale 100 barre o corn Telephone Springfield exchange PaM Howard Rt4 wanes to buy a register TJ Graves Springfield ha for sale about 200 Kentucky River Water Maple shade trees 15cc and 20c each W G Grundy Rt 1 has for sale a Registered Shorthorn Bull For Sale 200 bushels of corn in field Apply at once fo S L Moran Rt L King Comstock Rt 1 has for sale 75 gallons of sorghum molasses Mrs B Do Lake Sprirgfield haafor sale Buff Orpington pullets John A Tucker R t 2 has fbrsal It two Berkshire gilts One has 5 PlEa the other 6 Dr John Deboe Rt 4 wants buy a good gentle family horse ormar Mrs C L Brady ha1 for sale nice Barred Plymouth Rock cockerels the Ciubb and Ringlets strains crossed 1 00 each Send orders soon before they are all sold Mrs R B Cregor Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale Pure Bred Barred Ply mouth Rock and Rhode Island Bed Chickens 75c each Mrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has for sale pure bred Rhode Island Red Roosters and Pullets iSo each I i Methodist Minister Recommends Chaaber Iains Colic Cholera awl Dkrhoea Renwdyi- I f have used Chamberkias Colic Cholera an3 Diarrhoea Remedy for av era years for diarrhoea I ciderit the best remedy I have ever tried for that troube I bought a bottle a of ita few days ago from our druggist Mr R R Brooks 1 saiI ever be glad to speak a wcrd in its praise when I have KNAPPPastorSold by The Leo Haydon Drug C6 ar1Jtf11t irtpnSE- WING MACHINE ROLLER BEARING HIGH GRADE S VC Money by bayihf this reliable hoaeet IIhigh ingnnraeat grade aeiiw STRONGEST GUARAiTE National SewlnMscbstCo IELVIDEeII I lsr i f