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J ar4 wws 1yyy z fi 1bt I rinfith nuSq ffi 1 c J DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY t t 1jelVIIE VI SPIIII IElD KY WEINESDAY DECEHIEH 11505f NHMtERl CALLDEAL r Off for 1909 Pool Burley So ciet f lied Practically Sold Crop Lexington KyDe 7 President Clarence LeBus of the Hurley Tobacco and Insurance Company sprung a sen sation at the annual meeting of the dis trict board which begun here today when he announced immediately after the board convened that the executive committee had been negotiating with parties in New York fdr a sale of the entire pool of 1909 at 17 cents a pound but after the sale had apparently been tee1graphed whole matter had for the present been dropped C C Patrick of this county a member of the subcommittee which the fX ecutive committee sent to New York was called upon by Mr LeBus to give the details of the journey to New York to confer with New York parties who bad notifies the committee through an agent of their desire to buy the pooled crop on the proposition practically agreed on and the final falling through of the deal v High School Notes Only three more weeksand then another short pause in the school year and as has been at the end of every term pome will leave and others will beIginningabsent only to shine in some other SChoolroom some will have chosen a profession and Fill make a start in the everchanging battle ofhfe while others have finished their work here and have been cud down by the Power to whom we all must some time submit It is said that no two persons think exactly alike This was Well illustrated the other day when Frank Medley gave an original reason for the results ot the Revolution When asked by Professor why the Colonies in their weakness won against the odds of Britian he said Cause they were sich good shots The High School entertainment is sure going to be interesting Every contestant believes so firmly that he al most knowshe will win the medal And with such an idea as this it is needless to say anything about the amount of work they are devoting to it We may expect good work from a certain one of our boys the restof this term for he was heard to renfark the other day that he was going to quit looking at the girls till Christmas Then girls your chance is to sure that he sees you then e Cannot form Insurance Company Frankfort lKy Dec 4 Attorney General Breathitt delivered to Insur jmce Commissioner Bell an opinion that Hurley Tobacco Society cannot form e burley tobacco insurance company Gen Breathitt says that the organiza tion is an attempt to combine the com ercial corporation having extensive powers and large capital with an insurance company 4U this was an insurance company which contemplated doing a general fire hand tornado insurance there could arise 310 question of the impropriety and ille gality of permitting such an insurance company to invest its troney and to use it for the purposes indicaed It is not the policy ot the corporation laws of Kentucky to permit the unitingof two iparate and distinct classes or corpora ons in the same charter It is true this company only pro 4t1k pjses to insure tobacco pooled or under control of the Burley Society but this does not change the nature of the business done and if insurance of any kind then the company should be organized in conformity with insurance laws Gen Breathitt indicates a number of points in the proposed charter that do not conform with the insurance laws The matter will likely be taken into the courts J Engagement Announced t Mr and Mrs Geo D Catlett have announced the engagement of their daughter Edna to Mr Hark Shehan The wedding will take place at the home of the bride on Wednesday December 15 1909 Miss Catlett is the second daughter of Jailer and Mrs G D Catl ttand is one of Springfields most attractive most at ractive and popular young ladies Mr Shehan is the son of Mr and Mrsbud Shehan of udfnd is one of the countvs most prom and industrious young farmers Sentenced To Death 1Earl1Thompcriminally assaulting Mrs Ransom Roberta at Dry Ridge this county was brought here from Georgetown this morning by four officers When the tram stopped the negro was hurried from the rear car into a conveyance andlrapidly driven up town under guard of eight men and then rushed into jail Threats had been made but no violence was attempted at that time A man with a camera snapped the negro as he got off the train arid when he saw the camera he was badly scared A great crowd stood about the depot and the negro put his hands over his face trialibegun about 10 oclock The jury got the case after 3 oclock and after de liberating tortytwo minutes returned a verdict of death fine Bunch of Turkeys Mr John T Mcllvoy bought of Mrs To H Noel of WiUisburg fiftyseven turkeys for which he paid 11955 Mr Mcllvoy says he has been buying tur keys for ten years but has never paid that much to tone person for their tur keys before Mr Mcllvoy also says he has distributed among the women around Willisburg for their turkeys this season 299672 fataliIAfter lingering for six weeks during time her death was expfccted at agedIeightysix Yearl died Friday night at her home between Rose Hill and Dix ville as the result of serious burns sustained when her clothing caught fire from the open grate at her home Her advanced age made her recovery im passible but everything that human herInersite passed away The funeral serVIces were conducted from her late home Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock by Rev J M Roddy ot Harrodsburg and the interment was made in the family burying ground chilidrenfour daughter and threesons The deceased was a devout member of the Baptist church and was a woman noted for her many charitable deeds and acts of kindness Her death is deeply regretted in the community in which she lived Kentucky Republican For a Lame Back When you have pains or lameness in the back bathe two parts with Cham herlainfs Liniment twice a daymassag ing with the palm of the hand for five minutes at each application Then dampen a piece of flannel slightly with this liniment and kind it on over the rprisedI t Sentence Suspended Lawrence Tag de the young barber who left town last week with quite a good deal of the wearing apparel qf Joe and John Wycoff in his possession and who was later captureH and re turned to the jail at this place was given a hearing before Judge Mtsey on M9 day and pleaded guilty to a charge of PJetit larceny Tie court imposed a penalty of 30 dayJin jail but suspended sentence during the good behavior of the boy The youth is only about 18 or 19 years of age and looks even younger and it was because of his youth that the court was so lenient Young Tague promised faithfully to be good in the future and to keep the court posted at least once a month as to his conduct Large Sales of Tobacco The largest sales of tobacco ever held on the local markets are being held this week More tobacco than can be han dled is being brought to the markets but it is thought It will all be sold by the latter part of the EkOn account of the rush we have been unable to get the number of pounds that have been sold and the prices realized but under stand that the prices are high and the farmers are getting their full value We hope to give the details of each sale next week Donates a Tract of Land Mr S D Bottom who owns the ground on which the famous battle of Perryyjlle was fought on the 8th of October 1862 has very generously enclosed and donated a tract of about two acres one mile from Periyville for the use of the old soldiers benevolent so be ties and picnic parties who may wish to utilize the same He has given it the name of Cliffdale Park and as it is well shaded with forest trees and beautifully set in grass it will be an ideal spot for such purposes and no doubt the generous spirit which actuated Mr Bottom will as it should be duly ap- preciatedDanville Advocate More Out Than In Schools There are more children of school age outside of the schools in Kentucky than there are attending the schools accord ing to the school statistics which are being prepared by Superintendent of Public Instruction J G Crabbe for his biennial report to the General Assem bly The report shows that there are in daily average attendance at the public schools 311 1P2 children while the number of those not attending jany school is 417674 The sctoolnouses 11027 number of district libraries 1459 value of county libraries 29 76Pj total amount of money rece yed from all sources for school purpose r 517429795 I 1 Lecture The second lecture of the season will be given by J Wight Giddings at the Opera House Friday night December 10 Mr Giddings comes highly recom greeiebyWinchester Votes Wet Winchester Ky Dee 6The local option election passed off quietly today The women andchildren began the day with a procession to all the polls and at sunrise prayer meeting was started The city voted wet by a majority of 358 every precinct going 1wet but one The county voted dry by a ma jority of 662 less than half of a normal vote being polled For Eczema Tetter and Salt Rheum The intense itching characteristic of these ailments is almost instantly al layed by Chamberlains Salve Many severe cases have been cured by it For sale by The Leo H tydon Drug Co JmIIIJmIItnrnCIItlillllmn2 jUIIlnn8ill1 nIIU1Bk I I I I I A Plunk a Wordj= I I MagazineI ofI II 3 No soft voiced elephantess soothed his elephantine pain i IIIMy hold on life is slipping quoth the dying pachyderm II though his eyes were glazing his gentle voice was firm 4 II Take a message he continued and a token to the herd = My obituary tell them will bring a plunk a word II s IIiI That I stood without a tremor and didnt try to run I E I II1Foa II By the story of my passing told at a plunk a word E IaI gazed about me wild yed and ceased to masticate iAnd in perterbation wondered whence such sounds could emanate g I heard footsteps behind the and swiftly wheeling round i I trumpeted and flapced my ears prepared to stand my ground I Deelighted cried a loud voice This yarn will be a bird I IIIOf his face I saw but little but a pair of glasses thick 1iI And a great display of ivory that made my own look sick jIii In rage I charged me toward him He swiftly raised his gun fI J I met a storm ot bullets and knew my race was run s The feeble breaths grew weaker in the dying elephantr I iiIIia 1mKIInS1m1DtImiII1III1JpJj1I11IJHIIIJnmIiLJRIJI b LOCUST GROVE Mr and Mrs Harry Thompson of Springfield spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs Sterling Thompson Miss Frances Litsey is visiting relatives at Lebanon this week Mrs Bessie Birch arid children spent Monday afternoon with Mrs Julia Leachman Mr and Mrs Hugh Leachman Mr and Mrs Tom Baker and Miss Sue Ed gerton dined with Mr and Mrs Frank Janes near town Friday Miss Nannie Thompson of Spring field was the guest of Miss Sue Edger ton Saturday night and attended church at Pleasant Grove Sunday Me dajnes Julia Leachman and Ella Litsey were at Fenwick Monday on Meet me at I J A Store SANTA WHERE CLAUS SFOPS I Get H businessMr Colvin was a Visitor at the Grundy Home Sunday MrA L Litsey and Henry Reed spent Sunday with J S Leachman Mr Will Thompson is on the sick list Mr Don Moore of Cardwell is the guest ot his brother George Moore Mr and Mrs James Brown have re turned from a visit with relatives at Sharpsville Spyeral from here attended the show in town Saturday night Mr Harvey Leachman and wife are visiting her mother Mrs C A Thompson in town Mr John Claybrooke was a visitor at the home of A L Litsey last week Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it rive Stock Markets jt fr Reported by JournalBoarben e Louisville Dec 7 Cattle Receipts 278 for the two days 2887 the attend ance of buyers was light the demand rather limited and the market quiet without any quotable change in values choice handyweight butcher cattle were in fair request medium and common 7 kinds dull the feeder andlt3iocker trade was nominally steady common light trashy stockers continued extremec Iv dull bulls firm canners dull milch cows firm no prime heavy cattle here feeling about steady the pens were fairly well cleared Calves Receipts 57 for the two days 230 the market ruled steady best veals 78c medium 56c culls 2J4Jc HogsRec twoiIdays 7953 the market ruled firm and steady to higher selected hogs 165 IbsL and up selling at 825 some fancy heavy hogs selling a little higher 130 to 165 lbsv 8 heavy rigs 7 60 f light pigs 675690 roughs 760 down the pens were well cleared and the market j closed steady Sheep and LambsReceIpts light 6 head for the two days 148 the market ruled steady best sheep 33Jc best lambs 5l6csome fancy higher medium and common sheep and lambs slow sale GRAIN WHEAT1No 1611- No 3 rod and longberry l ltiftgH 15 Kejer d2Sc less on levee IHc lesaT- CCRN Np2 white 67 No 2 mixed = = == = OAT8lNewd No 2 white No2mixeda Rye ii E EttThe prices for wheat are t en the quotations for corn and oats are elI ing prices L A Thrilling Rescue How Bert Ri Lean of Cheny Wash was saved from a frightful death is a story to thrill the world A hard cold he writes brought on a desperate lung doctQrilung specialist in Spokane who did not help me Then I went to California but without benefit At last I used Dri completelyever For Lung Trouble Bronchitis v Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough its 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson i Ie 111 al 2Buy Your Christmas Toys at Shaders StoreJjvI r i J A Shaders TOYS Boys GUrsltBaby Eyeryonte f Dolls Dolls A ALL SIZES AND ALL KINDS Guns Drums Tea sets Doll Buggies Tables TrlckToy s Trunks Story Rooks Blocks Etc Every thinkin the Toy linrTHE DICES ARE RIGHT 1 Headquarters for Nuts fruits candies Etc Buy YQPf itSI 1NOW for your cake 1 A Shader I r 17 188Lla a a lLtI f tI THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8 19091 I- LETUSTESTYOUR ft ++ ft EII1J 3 n I 1 tI EYES and fit GLASSES w We have just brought fii on the Greatest Line of +Spectacles in Central Kentucky All the lat est style Glasses and tit any style Rims We can fur ish you with the best grade ot goods at the Low est Prices 121 JEWEL GREAT BARGAINS TCHES tSiuitttut+ +i i ifo tft ti H i1jS Pi have purchased of Mr Raymond NaHy his Barber fit SInext to the Walton hotel and will conduct the business at the same stand Iam always ready to serye my customers and ask that you gtvelne a share of your patronage eIJ I am agent ior the Home Laundry df Louisville and have a Dry Cleaning and Pressing establishment in connection with my barber shop When wanting Laundry done or your clothes need Cleaning and pressing call on me All work guaranteed JW fMHHfiQklahomas Land Salei One million six hundred thousand acres of valuable farm aid grazing land belonging to the State of Oklahoma Win be divided into farms of one hundred and sixty acres each and sold to the highest bidder on easy terms AUCTION BEGINS DECEMBER 16 1909and continues for 21 lays The agricultural land Jias been appraised at prices ranging from S800to34 OY per acre The iaverageappralSed value of the grazing land is about 2U50 per acre Reduced Railroad Fares0 ROUTE to all points in Oklahoma Tickets on sale the first and third Tuesdays in each daysfrom l f tickets that is the going trip may be mad thru one section or portion of the State and the returi trip thru another Fori4 Full InformatjonRegarding the price and the diverse route arrangement r for the railroad tickets also the terms of purchase pay ment and full description oLthe farm lands I J Write i RF PENN T P A or J P GARDNER G P A The Henderson Route LOUISVILL KV i ireeante to Buy a Farml I We can Sin you one any size any location any price We ire ready at all times to show you Come and see us About IOU farms in our hands See partial list below No 2237 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike two dwelling houses two stock barns 90 acres of new land plenty of grass plenty of never failing water all under good fence No 3195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses two barns plenty of water all of farm in grassaLl under good fence Price 55 per acre No 486acres one mile east of Mackville 8 room dwelling good J tobacco barn all outbuildings fine drchard of 500 trees all kinds of fruit all under good fence plenty of water plenty of grass Price 3500 No 512S acres 7 miles from Sbringfield l2 mile from pike 5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn new plenty of timber good stock barn all the farm will raise tobacco Price 45 per acre Wo 6120 acres seven room dwelling 12 acre tobajcco barn fine tock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres pf upland all under good fence no overflow land Price 85 per acre Na 7200 acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant house 3 tobacco barts fine tobacco land at least onehalf ot the farm new land Price 40 per acreI1l0gi12 ncres 1 mile from Springfield op pike 5room dwell i gm good repair good barn all under good fence plenty of fruit plenty of water Price 2500 No 9150 acres 1 mile from pike on county roa 1 mile from Loretto 7 room dwelling in good repair all under good fence all 9 in grass except 16 acres plenty of water telephone and rural route fine stock barn 60 feet square plenty of jobacco land Prfce 30 per acre tNo 10962 acres 3 miles from Springfield close to school six k room dwelling in good repair tobacco barn 36x64good stock barn under good fence plenty ot locust posts Price 360Q LAKE BOSLEY SI 4r v fARM ANn STOCK icLItems of Interest to Farmers and Live t ock and Poultry Raisers It is not SD much the breed of chick ens you keep as the way you keep them At no time does poultry require greatervarietyof1ood than during the winter The same amount of feed given to poultry will make more money than when fed to any other kind of domestic animal De question befo dis debatin so ciety said Mr Erastus Pinkley is whetKer the fust egg cum from de chicken or whether de fust chicken came frum de egg J I moves er amendment interrupt ed Mr Wilkins ar gold carelessly hitching his thumb in the corner of his razor pocket What we is gwine to scuss fob a tow minutes is how dat las chicken you had for dinner come frum de coop Cabbages average twenty or twenty two tons an acre properly cultivated and are easy to grow In some parts of the United States gardeners make 300 to 400 an acre with th mI Seed of ones own saving should be taken care of during the winter They should be protected from mice and ex tremes of cold A selfsealing glass f heaiand splendid receptacle Mulch the strawberry bed with straw marsh hay etc as soOn as the ground freezes hard enough to hold up a wag pn At the same time put sortie manure around the currant gooseberry and raspberry bushes if you have not already done so The farmer is in a position to furnish a well balanced ration without buying high priced patent foods We might mention that clean tresh water oyster S ell grit commercial beet scraps and 4ty bran should at all times be before- i1em This with a variety of grains constitute m a great measure their bill of fare Two things are es3ftntial to thrift of animals variety in their food and reg larity in its receipt One article of food cannot supply all the necessary sustenance because it may lack some ot the essential elements and it is ale most sure to have some insufficient quantities Animals do not thrjve as well when fed irregularly as when they get their foodat certain seasons The more regularly the rood is supplied the better the results Although guinea fov Is are not Very popular they are not ur profitable birds to keep since their flesh makes excel lent eating and their eggs are rich and delicate The meat rejiembles that of tne pheasant and form a pleasing va riety ot food The bes waY to secure a stock of guineas is to procure sittings of eggs and set them ur der game hens or bantams The period required to hatch them out is twentysixto twen tyseven days Young Men Learn Telegraphy Take Advantage ofi Our Great Special Offer Life Scholarship in TELEGRAPHY TYPEWRITING AND RAILROAD AGENCY reduced to 45 and 250 of students railroad fare id Boys this is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to learn a firstclass trade that vay4 a good salary every month in the year Excellent board at low rates Njewnan has delightful climate 800GJ inhabitants moral surroundings Students qualify in 4 to 6 months Our graduates POS TIVELY GUARANTEED POSITIONS paying S45 to 65 per month to start on Easy and pleasant emplo irient rapid promotion Diplomas awajrded GREAT DEMAND FOR TELEGRAPH OPERA TORS Write today for our Free 64page illustrated CatnlQg which gives full particulars Southern School of Telegraphy Box 272 NWNAN GA H i PUBtIC t SALE w ON- WEDNESDA w Y December 15 f Promptly at IO o9clock9 a m Having sold our farms we will offer for sale on the above date on tile premises of Mr Irvine Air r Admsknown as the old Bosley farm I f2 mile Southwest of texas on the Lebanon shortllnQ land Springfield pike 7 miles from Springfield and 8 miles from Lebanon the following Pair 2 aid 3 year old Mare Mules i53jin hands high Pair Horse Mules 3yearsold i 2yeairbld Horse Mule i sSyearrold saddle and harness Horse l i 0yearold Gray Mire iq hands high in foal to Co Member- Inicfe veanling colt by Red Bird i Colt by Peters Horse 2 horse mules 3 and 7 years old JIA lot of Farming Tools not Mentioned will also be sold v lot of Corn Hay Oats Fodderj v Some Household Furniture Terms made known on of Sale Dinner served on Ground- y J M ELDER WILSON lff IRVINE ADAMS S RAY II ROSE HILL Ames Durr sold to lh mas Peayler a swand pigs for 2250 Miss Eunice Claunch of Dixville is- yisting friends and relatives at this place Mr Samuel Pulliam and Miss Lizzie Mcprystal surprised their friends by driving to Harrodsburg Sunday morn ing and gettingmarried The bride is the of Mr John McCrystal and the groom is the son of Mr George Puliiam of this place Mr Robert Black and wife of Eben1- eze visited Mrs Cinda Noel from Frit daY until Monday Mr James Blcck has bought 2000 turkeys this season paying 12 and 121 cents per pounds Born to the wife of Mr Chdrley Tewmey on the 18th girl Zack Divine several shoats from A G Kyle at 7c per pound Commissioners Sale L Washington Circuit Court Ky LEVI BARBER etcPuffs- VS CATO BARBER etcDefts n Equity Bv virtue Ofa Judgment and order of sale of the Court rendered at the term 1909 in the bove styled cause I shall preceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on Monday December 27 1909 A 2 oclock p m or thereabout be ing county court davtotbe highest aud best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towit so ordered to be made A SMALL TRACT OF LAND in Washington County Ky bounded as follows On the North by the la ids of George Clark and County Road on the East by the lands ot Hsnry Lee Lizzie Bell and Levi Barber on the South by the lands of Ben on tile West by Lick Run Coptaining 10 ACRES more or lees For the purchase price the purcha ser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment A lien will be retained on land for which bond is executed Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these termsiMJG LEACHMAN r p r r good mare colt j i family mare 3 heifer calves i fat cow r 16 Good Ewes t V i Jersey Heifer soon be fresh V f i calf nine months old T 5 100 pound shoatst50 headof sheep v e v v f 3 steer calves i heifer calfrK Shock T E daughter bought October Kimberlin CommissionersSaleI Washington Circuit bourt Ky Levi Satterl Puff IVSAlfred etcDeftsquty By virtueOf judgment arid order of sale of the Vashingtoi Circuit Court rendered the October term 1909 in the above styled cause for the distri bution of the estate shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Spring eh Ky on Monday December 27 1909 At oelockp or thereabout be jag county cjourt dayto the highest and best public auction upon credit of six and twelve months the following described towit or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money ordered to be made A TRACr OF LAND ON THE WAT ERS OF CHAPLIN1RIVER In Washington County Ky bounded Beginning at corner at beech tree on the river thence with the meanders of said river to corner stone on JWSatterlys thence with his line to corner stone on same and county road leading from Tunnel Mill thence with line of W Satterly to the beginning at beech tree on Containing 90 ACRES more or less For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security sureties must execute bon is bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and the force and effect of judgementA hen will be retained on land for which bond is executed Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M W Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky W D Claybrooke AdmrPlff VS Emily Cocanougher etcDefts LEquity By virtue of adjudgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered atthe October term 1909 the above styled cruse for the settle ment of the estate of M Eo Drane shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door Springfield Kyon Monday December 27 1909 At oclock or thereaLoutbei- ng county court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auctiqn upon credit ot six and twelve months the following described property towit sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money ordered to be made A HOUSE A D LOT IN TEXAS KY Bounded on theEast by W H Wilson on the South by the turnpike on the West by the G Goode property on II y 12 Big Blue Geese j 1v SheerHatch Incubatorf good 35 Wagon new mchwagons 3horse Avery riding plow new Buckeye riding cultivator Syracuse breaking plows Steel Roller Mower steel rake binder k A day T r a I 2 m rj a so a a a a J a or a C C C m 1 in 2 p m a or so S S t 1 r 2 3 L i t i i t i i i a North by the lands of M EDrane which she bought of Sidney Green co- ntamingacres Also a tract of land adjoining the above Bounded on South by turnpike on East by Tom Hays land on the by W R Cocanougher and R L Arnold containing about 30 acresFor the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect of a judgment A lien will be retained on land for bond is executed Bid promptlvM LEACHMAN M C W C C Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit C6urtKy Mary R Mill jVSMary Teresa Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1909 in the above styled cause for the distri proceedtodoor In Springfield Ky on Monday December 27 JS091 einJrand best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towitorsufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made A TRACT OF LAND In Washington County Ky bounded or the North by the lands of Margaret Nally on the West by the lands of Bar risnn Adams on the South by the lands of J H Mclntire and Jus Gootee and on the East by the lands of P A Hill CONTAINING ABOUT 100 ACRES For the purchase pnce the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearlpglegalpaid and having the torce and effect ot a judgment A lien will be retained executedBidderspromptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W CU For That Dull Feeling After Eating I have used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets for some time and can testify that they have done me more usedMyter eatingDAvm FREEMAN Kempt Nova Scotia These tablets Strengthen digestionTheyThey are far superior to pills but cost no more Get a free sample at The Leo spleadid t Jf t tcfr J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8 1909 J ii UlliJjItitI1 funIiDIDIaI ln11mUxI la XMasGTEverybody is preparmgl8r Christmas and we have spared I no pains in trying to h r lp you prepare I thought my 11 goods early therefore I am ready to serve you Read the list Of presents below I Christmas w INatjJralfy brings thoughts of I JEWELRYT t mak s the handsomest and I most d able of all gilts Ig An will convince you that rry I I my good first chtss All purchased here are iFR f fJ = I SIflllBIIIIIIllGli pCcd = EXCHANGE EXCERPTS l Sayings and of the Press tAt Large Honey t n lips does Snot cure hatredJh the The Farmer 1 Married life is one grand sweet song with the husband pumping the organ Bourbon Stock Journal Success never comes to the man who sPeids most of his time watching the clock Louis illeTimesS Shes a ise woman who shuts up before she uns out of to say Owent ri NewsHerald The htnd of experience is Worth all it costs wanton NewsHerald Occasionally you find a man who would rather be right than be rich It is hard to be bothSure Shot A woman with a secret she must keep is an unhapp rmortal but then she does not remain si very long Lebanon EnIt telprise t There is nd surer and no readier rem edy for yo ir own cares than to try to lessen the cures of other people Blue- Grass Clipper Before repeating a bit of gossip it would be well to ask ourselves three secondisThis practice would save us many bit ter Memories and regrets Lebanon Entciprisei When you reach out to help some on else you are helping yourself and add jug to the richness and joy of your own life Western Recorder We are living we are dwelling in a grand and glorious time In an a eon ages telling to be living is sublime Sure Shot Asa numerical proposition we have never been able to distinguish any par titular difference between a fish lie and a quail lie Hartford Herald t e Little drops of scandal Little grains of rot Make a famous novel Out of what is not rPuck Only two out of every three convicts in the penitentiaries of Kentucky cording to recent inyestigations can A few 1 Selections i FarWlfHusbandFrlnds i = and Swiithiarts WATCHES CHAI SIIICHARM FOBS LOCKETS AND CHAINS lUNGStJHLET RE CASES i ISILVERWARE CCLOCKSKNIVES JAJND FORKS SPOOLS ETC I gline I g 1towne investigation prices are Iowan = articles ENGRAVED mnnmli lnmrdILnI1IUI UfIllaIJi1rIIDlUUI something read and write A girl in a small Kansas town has been engaged seven times Her neighbors have adopted this slogan for her Present company always acceptedI Kansas City Jourrial Lives of great men atllremind us WIvesLlttJAnd make something of our livesS Catholic Timesi Art is long and time is fleeting So the poet says and thats livingWhenHouston Post 1J Gi Alden postmaster at Aurora Nebraska wrote foir a local newspaper this fine thought My three year old son stood enraptured Watching the setting of the sun It was a glorious sunset The great orb hung low in the western sky and alljthe west was bath ed in a flame of golden light It was such a sunset as artists attempt to con vey to their canvafe I was busy with some trivial matter at hand when a ht tIe voice interrupted me Papa lS hat our sun The JaWs face was aglo with the pleasure of the sight I hesi tated a moment and then replied Yes my boy thats our Etcan take it away from us herejoined No son no one can take it away He Was satisfied and turned to his play But Ijis question brought to my mind a train of thought that would not leave How many of us go blindlythrough life groping our Way amid the things pIerceIlight and taking a meager portion of our share of the pleasures of life whe it is ours to knowand possess a thous and blessings of nature put here for us by a loving Creator Oqrs ia the golden sunset but we do not see it Ours is the sight of the waving green and the theem not The song of the birds and the music of the brookswere made for o ears but we hjearjthem not Our min are full of the sordid thoughts of life and businesss9 crowded with daily cares that we isrthe glories of Hato theybringto awaken us to an interest in the beau ties of Gods wonderful creation and need to feel as thyat the beautitul su was our enjoyment and nqne may deny the sight to usBryans Commoner Could Not Be Better No one has ever made a salve ointment lotion or balm to compare with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer bf Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold S res Chapped Hands its supreme acInfallible for PUes Only 25c at Hay don Robertsonis hJ Perry viHes QW Men At heir next bir the age of these tespectedcitizwns will beas follows RBj Guthrie L 88 years- Dr Boiling J B U85 It W Cf BroylesF87I LE eBauni 80II Joe MclJowell 80II J Li Webbt80 Ie H IN Mitchell 79II Joe Hopper 81 W Wade84IIJams Harbison 83II Jerry Webster 85 Thoftas Tadlock80T- he II total of the ages of these twelve men is 992 or 23 s more than the age of Methu eJ 1iailhJs deathHarr- odsbug Herald State jf Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County ss heistheCItysaidand that said firm will pay the DULLARSfor HallsCatarrh ISworjnDecemberASEAL NOTARY PUBLIC internally Sendfor0SoldTake1 Halls Family Pills for constipation IJustf7fjII f 1Everybodys good torne 1Just now Justlas good asjtheycan be Just no v Wif is gentle kinjd and sweet Gets just what want to eat Murmurs thing I wont repeatr Just now Office boy is me st polite Watts to stayId ikork at night= Just now Postman has a ihej ry hail Whcjn he corner inith the mail Brings each package without failf Just new Cool is meeting every wish Just n Wt Alwiys get each longedfor dish Just new Chil ran never make a noise Quiet papa m stenjoys They are splen lid irls and boys Just m wi Elevator boy v ears smiles r Just now- Waiters ply their deepest wiles Just now Gro SthecanIBut manjiFor my comfort seem to plan Just now Ljl it is to live OhJhowfine now that life can giveL Just nowIWhat a difference therell be After Christmas But you see Evdry bodvs good to me nowwWestern Publisher A PLEASANT WAY TO CURE CATARRH poJr deluded victims tohand stomach dosing foreTrying to kill the catarrh germs Might just as well try to kill a cat ynSticking a piece of chewing gum in the upper left hand corner of the right ear would slaughter justj as many germs Youcan get where the germs are breathing Hyomei the powerful yet soothing antiseptic which is prepared especially to kill catarrh germs urJust breathe it In chats all It gives r guadsantecd by The Leo Haydon Drug Co to cure catarrh or money back druggistsre everywhere A complete outfit including in halercosts 100 Extra bottles 50c Cures sore throat coughs and colds Ij take especial pride in recommend ing Hyomei to asthmatic sufferers a knob by experience that it is a remedy that cures Ihave not since using H omej had any recurrence ot asthma Mrs Wm Button Owosso Mich June 22 1909 MIONACures It relieves stomach misery soar Btom ach botching and cures all stomach dis ease or money back Lar e box of tab lets 50 cents Druggists in all tovma DrWPractical F Trusty SP INGEIELD KENTUCKY Dentaiwork reasonable prices All work guarantee- dOc over Haydon Barber Da LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident reliableandworl Your Insurance solicited DR MW HYATT OFFICE OVERT E RED CROSS DRUG STORE J PRINGFIELD K 4OFFICE1 12m 4to5 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tted WallChartfor the Evening Post for One Year at J300 or for Six Months at 200 by Mail This price for thosewho cannot get The Evening Post delivered by Carrier or Agent Send for Sample Copy and full description of ttttheTHE EVENIM POST ietiierfWIty IISPECIAL PRIGON THE WALL ATLAS THE EVEtyNl POST UitAND SHAKE GET I x KentuckyGovernors 1 Tt tr I WITH THIS PAPER 1I 93 SO PER YEAR i t 6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN f WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8I9OQ II TTTi2TT- tI TOYS On hand all time Katie Hertlei1TJ SPRINGFIELD ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance L SMITII Editor and Publisher v Entered at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission through the masts as secondclass matter 1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION rOyyearn rSLOl5brMonthSn Three Months 25 J VALLEY HILL This week finds us making another feeble attempt to get up an interesting latter The readers realize that a coun try correspondent labors under a severe handicap when ijt comes to gathering news items It is so easy for the rural folks to tell a correspondent an item of interest occasionally yet they shrink from the duty Then when the paper makes the weekly round they wonder 7 puiy such items were not printed as nSh a mere reporter should know fjeyery thing without being told It is tine we do know some things but we dont want to tell everything we know i but just for the novelty of the act toy telling Uno everything of interest and lets get up an interesting letter for Xmas Mr Jas Tingle has purchased the small traet of land known as the Piles y place from Mrs L N Simpson at 650 atjHJVln Jerome Wohner has about corn pleted the h useof Mr Rileys on the land recently purchased from the Gray 4 FBroSiMr and Mrs Jas E Goatley were guests of Mrs W F Moran Thursday Rev Hamilton of New Hope was the guest of Mr and Mrs J E Goat ley last week endIMiss Naomi Head of near Spring field was the guest of Miss Imogene Goatley Thussday and Friday MrW T Shehan of Springfield was In our midst Friday JJrnest Goatley recently purchased a Sworleiimule from Edward Goatley for Mjldr M Reed is out again much to- the pleasure pf his many friends and acquaintances Irs T C Tatum and children were in Louisville last weekend as the guests of relatives t Mr Tom Eastern of Chapeze Ky was the guest of Mr and Mrs Samuel Tucker trom Saturday to Monday Misses Nannie and Naomi Head re- TurnedV to their home Tuesday after a fweek8 visit at Elm Hill KtWw a pnvate price l John the little son of Mr and Mrs Bobt Snider fell from a tog while play 2nrat school Monday and sustained a compound fracture of the fore arm thetpf iIThe handsomest mostI complete line of toys ever on dis play in can be seen at Hertleins Confectionery TheI old folks as well as the young are interested in our display and crowds are coming every day to see the wonders from r Toytown Fresh Oysters Celery Malaga Grapes I SUN Springfield ber little sufferer and set the broken z mem We wish toextendheartfelt sympa thy to Mr and Mrs Thos Hardest in their recent sad bereavement The writer knewaJi admired Earl for his manly attainments he had an amiable and loving disposition that endeared him to all his acquaintances His little life was filled with thoughts of greater and nobler things before him and hisl wide acquaintance had branded him asa ver satile conversationalist His death has lsta gloom over the his parentslives- that can never be forgotten but fond parents his losses heavens gain His little life is a precious jewel on the green sward of hat celestial palace on yonder shore and shall forever be the guiding star on the horizon of their broad future May the sting of death be healed by the love ofa Divine Heal er and condolence accepted instead of sorrow is the wish of the writer A Shining Mark 5Ifollowing 1 was so bald and such a shining mark for my friends thatI as a last re sort tried your Parisian Sage after try adverItlsedstorers and I am glad to say I now have a heavy grpwth of new hair lam now 44 years old and I have a heavy growth of new hair after carrying my shining mark for over seven years I gldly recommend Parisian Sage to all afflicted with baldness Chas S Baker 491 Main St East Rochester N Y Parisian Sage the only natural hair restorer is guaranteed by The Leo Hay don Drug Co tb cure dandruff stop fall ing hair and cure itching of the scdlp ormoney back It i s the ladiesrfavorite hairdressing because it adds charm and luxuriance to the hair 50 cents a bottle Ask The Leo Kfaydon Drug Co about it Declares For Johnson Hodgenville Ky Dec 6Former Congressman David H Smith of this place has bejen mentioned frequently as a probable candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor Mr Smith very emphatically declared that he was not a candidate for the gubernatorial nomination While I am grateful to my friends for the honor they would bestow upon me he said I shall certainly decline to allow the use of my name in connec tion with the Democratic gubernatorial nomination And you may addsaid Mr Smith that I am heartily for my friend and neighbor the Hon Ben Johnson for Governor HI Health is More Expensive Than any Cure This country is now filled with people who migrate across the continent in all rections seeking that which gold cannot buy Ninertentha of them are suffering from throat and lung trouble or chronic catarrh resulting from neglected colds and spending fortunes vainly trying to regain lost health Could every sufferer but undo the past and cure that fiyst neglected cold all this sorrow pain anxiety and expense could have been Remedyisalways be depended upon Use it and the avoidedFoij ijI Dr U1 TaBurtonRES- IDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY rAll Dental Work First class Springfield Ky fflce in Hagon Block up stairs r LoalNews Notes Bargains in all millinery at WILLIAMSI Five best made pint cups 54c P J THOMAS Having sold myj residence 1 am now selling privately all my household effects Miss FANNIE WALL Sell your Hides dill Furs to Grinstead He pays highest prices AfrJones old stand Everything for the Christmas shop per at GRUNDY McINTIRES Big reduction iri prices of skirts and silk petticoats Nice petticoat with embroidered ruffle at 55150 See them be fore Xmas MRS WILLIAMS If you want something nice andcheap for Xmas presents see ours P J THOMAS Reduced prices on all Millinery Pat terns trimmed and untrImmed hats and childrens hats at low prices WJATJHEN SHADER FOR SALE OR ENTM house on Davidson Avenue Outbuildings include barn meathouse chickenhouse coal house Buggy shed Easy terms W STALLINGS IICSanta as many nice things for girls and boys for mother and lath er and will be tyappy to see you and wait on pu at his Headquarters at f P J THOMAS On and after J4i11st my house of 8 ro lot of acres for rent or mrand Ial WAL ER E LEACHMAN Christmas presents for everybody at GRUNDV MclNxAiEsx i The Ladies of the baptist church will serve Court Day Innerin February NOTICE My Blacksmith shop is now open and ready for business with Mr Lloyd Colvin as blacksmith He respectfully solicits your trade j S LEACHMAN See ours before buying your Christ mas presents Can save you money GRUNDY MCINTIRE L Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Mr JLeo Haydon Sell your Hides and 4 urs to Grinstead He pays highest prices At Tones old stand tIWANTEDA large old style cameo pin and a oink coral pin for a customer who will pay liberally for same ED M RUSSELL LOSTOn last Mpnday I lost a Ladies Long Gray Coat between Bardstown and Springfield It is thought to have been lost in the Fredencktown neighborhood Liberal reward if returned to this office or G D Robertson Cos store I The newest thejb st and most com plete line of Christmas presents at GRUNDY MCNTIRES j ESTRAYAbout 8 weeks ago a black steerstrayed on my placeabout 4 miles from Willisburgon Springfield and Willisburg pike Qwner can have same by paying for keeping and this adv MRS C A HOMAN t LOSTOn last Saturday a bunch of from 6 to 10 ke between my house and car of coal on theside track near the depot Finder will please return and receive reward j MRS J W KELLY For firstclass Gleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GE9G 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 WP MONTGOMERY IMPORTANT SALE OF MENS AND BOYS I Suits and Overcoats= II il I IIIID MPORTANT TO US because we desire to Reduce our Im mense Stock of Clothing MPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC because they now have an opportunity to buy their Winter Clothinr at Prices AWAY UNDER THEIR REAL VALUE II UR Clothing Department is filled with the VERY BEST makes and the NEWEST Patterns and cuts j ONT be induced to buy anything in the Clothing line until you have seen our stock and out IiVERHOW PRICES IlwE will not quote any prices in this ad but if you will come yourself and bring your boys you will hear the I Lowest Prices ever quoted on High Class Clothing IAlso offering Sepiial Inducements in Ladies I Cloaks and Suits I One Lot qf Childrens and Misses Cloaks at tl Less than Cost j A I Every Department filled with choice merchandise Which we will toe glad to Quote LcwPrices I I The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE INCORPORATED CO I IIIf While Christmas snopping dont fail tycall on Leachman Campbell where y ju can find the practical and commonsense present for your father mother v ife husband daughter son and sweet h art A House and Lot on Texas road SchoolHouseaid garden Will rent at reasonable p Ice or sell on reasonable terms Apply to MRS NANNIE J MCMILLEN Trouble Makers Ousted When sufferer from stomach trouble t kes Dr Kings New Life Pills hes mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia and digestion fly but more hes tickled over his new fine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all becuuse stoma h liver and kidneys now work right 2 3c at Haydon Robertsons CURES REMOVE DOUBT ABOUT ECZEMA CURE Read What Your Druggist Says About Oil of Vintcrgreen Compound Druggists Haydon Robertsonsub mit the following to the readers of The Sun For1 several years We have announced with our recommendations that we had found a positive cure for eczema a sim ple skin wash oil ot wintergreen compounded with other healing ingredients Yet we know there are people right in this town who have eczema and still have never tried this remedy We have therefore arranged with t leDD Do Laboratories of Chicago fora special offer of a trial bottle at 25 cents instead of the 150 bottle as regularly sold We offer tls trial bottle with our ra justIin r skin this mild liquid will take the itch away instantly Haydn Robertson Druggists Royal Neighbor Play at Willisburg IOn Saturday night December 18th StarIcamp YI ted Kentucky Star Flour Best made y All Pattern Hats at arid Below Cost Entire Stock of Millinery Reduced Childrens Hats Toboggans and CapsI at Half Price Miss Willie Knott USChristmas Novelties UTf 1 presentsformas tradeOur prices on these goods will bring us your trade if you will inspect them before buying Give usa call EVERYTHING YEW ANYTHING YOU WANT COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF Grundy Mclntire SpringfieldV S fr THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8 agogT1 ri + +fJ4 ++ + + HIt + t4fit J SPRINGFIELDS GREATEST i t + W- Lt ri Ij StorejJOffers scores of Gift Suggestionsfor Christmas in Every Department in the House I SUGGESTIONS IN t Womens Handkerchiefs + fa All Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 35c values for 25c V Dainty EmbroideredHandkerchiefs15c Ei Childrens Embroidered and Fancy Handkerchiefs M1015and 20 cents Womens Initial Silk Handkerchiefs 25c and 35e t Childrens Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs t 120 and 25cents ty Mens Initial Silk Handkerchlefs35c and 50c XMas Art Linens 1 l ftj Hand Drawn Japanese Scarfs and Centers T50 cents to S3 50 4 Hand Drawn Japanese Doilies 5 to 25cents tp+ matedIjk Napkins 150 to 400 44XMas ToWels in fine Damask Hemstitched Bar dered and Scallop 35c 50c and 75c I Waistings in Shrunk and tine Sheer Linens JWalstmgs in all the new effects in Silks Swasetts W Mercerized25c 50c 1 and 150 per yd itf 0 f ICumiingharn fiISgfieIoOOoooeooooooaer G I Personal Notes n 0- Q Visitors In and Outof TownA 0 Round Up of the Weeks 0 Personal News 0 00000000800000 Miss Katie Hertlein is spending a few m B rdstown and LouIsville =Mrs Lanpam of Louisville is the gust of her daSighter Mrs Tom Har desty Mr Will McShane of Louisville spent a ftw ays this with Mrs J Wkelly tr H E Rodman Df Louis llp Is here for af w days XMas Novelties NANCY MIRRORS WOKK BOXES- HANDKERCHIEFBOXES COLLAR PINS BELT PINS HOSE SUPPORTERS FANCY HOSE FANCY COLLARS GLOVES MENS SUSPENDERS FANCY TIES ETC ETC XMas Kid Gloves Womens Black and Colored Kid Gloves 100 to 150 Mens Black and Colored Kid Groves 75c1150and2 Leather Goods Misses Novelty Bags50c il and 150 Hand Bags Leather nedV 5qojSUIT OASES 250 3 50 500 and up to 1250 Mr Ben Simms is in Chicago o- iness this Mr Frank W Simms Fridays and Saturday in Louisville Mr Neal Kellyof Louisville is the guest of Messrs John and Richard Kelly Messrs Arthur McGill and Al were in Bardstown Sunday Mrs Rapier has returned to her ift Bardstown after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs C L Puce Mrs Ben Haydon has returned from a visit to hendauqhter Mrs T A Spalding in Bardstown Miss Roe Montgomery of Lebt non is the guest of Miss Mabel Thomp son that some For in Arm Mahogany Early English Oak Davenports 1750 to 25 00 1100 to 2250 Chairs Fancy Oak Oak Parlor to 1500 I For the Bed Pi ce Suit in 6500 Three Pi ceo Wax Finish Oak PI ce Suit fh Golden Oak 18 00 to 7500 Odd Dres f rsin or Oak 850 to 3500 Odd Oak Beds 350 to 1500 Iron Bed in all 2 50 to 2500 Chiffonie in or Oak 650 2500 Folding eds 1350 to 3000 Bed Rocker and Chair to match in ye Oak 125 to 750 Stand Tables 100 to 1100 for in the Womens 26 inch Pure Silk with Black Silver and Gold Handles beautiful selection2 to 10 Mens 28 inch Silk Umbrellas English Boxwood Gold and Silver tnmmed250 to 1101 Blankets and Comforts 124 fine all blankets 114 Fine all Wool BlanKets5 06 to 600 104 fine all Wool Blankets 350 to 500 124 Wool Blankets 200 to 250 114 Vool Blankets 150 to 175 1tton Blankets 75 to 100 Extra Large Silkoline ComfortsL-a gd Silkoline Comfort 250 Largej Cotton Comforts100 to 200 and Lace curtains 9x12 Axminster Rugs 2000 to 2500 9x12 Rugs 1600 to 2000 9x12 Rugs 1000 to 1750 Smyrna Rugs 450 Smyrna Rugs f 250 RugsL 375 30x60 Axminster Rugs 225 Lace Curtains 50c 75c 100 up to 4QO + + + ++ days week week Mudd Jese home Room Birds Horn Wool Nap 36x72 36x72 Mrs E S ayeJr son visited Dr and Mrs H D Rod man in Louisville week beenIrived last week to visit her mother Mrs Nannie Sims before going to Straight Creek y wherf she will make her home =Mr Will Curry of Louisville was- here this week on usiness =Mr and Mrs G L Haydori spent Siinday and Monday with Mr and Mrs A SpaldingofBardstown p Mrs John Br9TD of Lebanon visited here M Scott Mayes is in Louisville this week a a e a Suits Massive in and Odd and in and in Mirrors500 in to and XMas Umbrellas 750 elvet 4x7 an For Children Tron 11IFolding Crlbsj 750 to J 100 350 400 I 350 to 5 Straight 150 100 Messrs T Estes and LF Mat tingly of Lebanon attendej the tobacco sale here County Attorney and Mrs T Scott Mayes entertained at a bountiful and dinner last Saturday in honor of the members of the Fiscal Court and the officers of this county The of the host and host ss was of the true Southern type while the satisfyIImanagerof the Cumberland ftItoday for Lebanon where he will as sume the management of the companys plant During his stay here Mr Floyd has proven himself a rood business man For LibraryITables x 2ft 6in 1250 to 1800 Book 1350 to 2500 1500 to 2000 MahoganyRosewoodEarly Morris Chairs 1250 to 2000 j the Cribs 1100 to Chairs to Jr 00 Chairs 75 to Boys to 1000 M XMas Suits- Overcoats i Hart Schaffner Marx Suits and Overcoats 30 25 20 values for 2250 1750 and 1500 i Suits and Overcoats 25 20 and 15 values or20 15 and 10 Special Holiday prices on Bdys and Childrens 5utis and Overcoats r = Womens Suitsiy and Coats r 1800 to 2500 values for Y 1200 to 1850 In ank the new y LHonT and courteous gentleman and has made many friends who his prO motion but regret his Mr Allen Miller of HOdge ville succeeds Mr Floyd Try Kentucky Star Flour Its like grandfather used to make it W V STALLARD D D SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 II All Work TEETH PainorDangtr firstIIclnss II IImOer FURNITURE For Christmas Gifts And why not Nothing more useful nothing more practical nothing you could choose will give the receiver more real genuine satis and pleasure than needed or longedfor piece of furniture Then why not drop into LEACHMAN CAMPBELLS store and make selection We have largeand well selected stock and will ta pleasure in showing and pricing same To assist we mention few articles The Parlor Three Piece Mahogany Rockers Lounging Couches Mahogany and Room Three Mahogany Suit 3750 Three Mahogany colors Mahogany Mahogany Maple Any Room House sure Nap Rugs Tapestry Axminster jFinleyj last jTi 3ft 6in Rockers 100 Chairs Wagons yesterday delightful county hospitality Telephone Combination Combination and Wellwortb departure made faction you The Cases Cases High Black colors appreciate For The Hall Rack in Polished ak350 to 25 00 Hall Seats 400 to 1000 Hall Chairs in Mahogany or Oak For the Dining Side Boards and Buffets 1250lo 300 Tables Round or Square Pedestal 500 to 2500 China 1750 to 3000 Chairs tier 6 550 to 2000 J6 a 00 300 200 the and at our and We furnish y uJ Picture for we have on best ever shown here fail to them 50 cents to 1000 Wet ink for the size of our little city have a good stok and WE we are per cent alour larger We buy and to make y u the closest prIce on our and ask Otito call the Yours V t i i W C was in Bards L town Tuesday Messrs Leo Haydon G D Rd eon W Ti Leachman and Murray FojH attended the Knights of at Sunday Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women infaceform and temper are aenvy of many who might be like tfcewu IA weak sickly woman will be nervttM end or Kido in pimnles blotches tiom nerves bright eyes pure breath smoailr r velvety skin lovely Manr charming women owe their health aai beauty to them at Haydon Rod ertsons Largest and Most CompliU Lint of Furniture Central Kentucky 1Room Closetsti set For the Kitchen Glass front Cupboard 50 to Tin Front Cupboard 4 500 to 750 Tin Front Safes L350 to 509 Kitchen Cabinets J1250 to 1400 Kitchen Tables L 225 to Kitchen 60 to IOur prices are lowest come look goods be convinced can assortment Dont see dlsplayJl we KNOW 25 cheaper cities direct fromlhe factories are prepared anythingjln house respectfully during Holidays for business Leachman Campbell Springfield Ky r Mr McChord Columbia- initiation Bardstowri whoreavl- y irritable Constioation compJexvmI complexion 50c In 11 Chairsv EraIF j36 r I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8 1900 4 r 1r tEEfING r THE l 8RONZ TURKEY I A Thanksgiving Story B r ly PORTS JEFFERSON tC yrlgJJt IMS by American Press Asso VAir clationJ jAjniiDda i Butler cautiously opened the door of the turkey shed and flashed the rays of her lantern until they fell Iiro dealt o the clumsy form of argeturkey iri the corner Be roused M doe approached and stretched him elf jfor action Itjvas the work of an instant for Amahdas nimble fingers to Sash up to hta legs and when she darted back there dangled from one foot a strip of bright red flannel When Amanda locked the door and turned away the victim df her craftiness was protesting loudly against the Absurdity of wear Ing red flannel In August Jeremiah sat onthe doorstep in his jshlrtr sleeves suiokiug u peaceful pipe There panted Amanda us she put out the lantern and sat down beside him indtanhed herself with her sun bpnnetf JTve oone Job done Whats thatt queried Jeremiah lazily Marked the Thanksgiving turkey Which one The big bronze one rye had him in mind1 for some time He always roots in the shed so I caught him asleep just now and tied a red rag on his l gI Ill shut him up come the 1st of November The big bronze turkey always roosts In the walnut Thats why sleeted him for thanksgiving dinner remarked Mr Butler deliberately Him aroostlng out of doors shows he has wild tastes and what tastes better than wild turkey I wanter know Amanda received this unconscious Jftttjclsm on her husbands part In stony silence Of course 1 mean the biggest of them two bronze fellers added Jeremiah after q while a marked the biggest said Amanda IlcldlyJJeremiah whistled onestnnZaof The Star Spangled Banner knocked his pipe against the step and went into PETE ONES is coirraa AROUND TO KIM t THE TURKEY thJ house A moment later Amanda heard him winding the kltcbeV clock preparatory to retiring for the night astwwell give up trying to have her way 3m bout anything murmured Amanda discontentedly Just as If didnt know that there turkey In the shed was the biggest of the two It dont eat that turkey Ill put eat nnyso tbere Ill show Jeremiah Butler Ive got some gumption It1 am a popr miser able married woman Raving delivered herself of these sen timents Amanda felt more cheerfully disposed arid in her turn retired to bed where her husband was already breath lug loudly and harmoniously The next morning when she went out to feed the poultry two big bronze gob blers were stalking about the yard each with a rag about one leg The red flanneled turkey ruttled indignantly evetytlnie his beady eye caught sight ors the Objectionable color on hIS foot ilbe ther one gazed mournfully at a of black tape that adorned his exTremity Jeremiah crossed the yard with foam lug pails of milk Whats that there blnckrngde manded Amanda angrily Her husband looked quizzically at her and then went onThat there turkey IsUn mourning because hes go- Ing to be killed for Thanksgiving din Derr said dryly Amanda said no more but her plump face grew Very pink and her smooth forehead was creased in an anxious frown Jbat orning the rival turkeys fought bitterly Whether It was the red flannel which aroused the mourn ing turkeys gorge I cannot say It la sufficient tpf note that they fought far Jy and tjujt the reel flannel ehtleman j put the qther to open flight When it was all ov r Amanda went out and smmpgli plckeitaup several handfuls of feathers erpmlli who had witnessed the bat lIe through a crack in th TJarnldoor ft grinned openly and went back to his neglected garden At night a remarkable thing hap paned The victorious wearer of red sought a roost in the walnut tree while the DJournlugturkyIgnomlnously found refuge in the shed and strange to relate he chose the very spot vacated by his rival All that summer and early fall Aman da and Jeremiah Avoided the subject of turkeys After awbileothers no disagreeableoqeevery one The first of November two bronze goljblers nervously paced two narrow pens The red flannel turkey wps generously fed by Amanda while the black tape bird was as conscientiously stuffed by her husband Amanda grew nervous and Irritable as the weeks wore on toward Thanksgiving She did not really care whIch turkey she ate for It had been a pros perous year with themnndshe was thankful In everyjsense for the fullness of their cellar and granary What she really did mind was the giving In to Jeremiah She had always beep the one to give In and this tlmett did seem for once as if he might let her have tier way It was true she had her way about everything concerning the household but She baked and boiled and stewed for a fragrant week before the great feast day There would be cousins ifrom neighboring towns to dine with them and the turkey must be slain and pre pared the day before Such a huge bird would be plenty for the ten who would be present1 Amanda wished she 1might 1nvlrmote so that there would be for killing both birds and thus cut the gordian knot of contention without loss of dignity to either Jeremiah or herself On the evening ofthe second day be fore Thanksgiving Jeremiah Butler and Amanda sat in the warm circle of light cast by the reading lamp Jere miah was reading the county paper and his wife was sewing Suddenly Jeremiah looked up Pete Jones Is coming around to kill the tur key tomorrow morning he said with assumed carelessness Hell get it all dIessedl and ready for you Ive been thinking said Amanda slowly that you might as well kill that there black tape turkey of yours He looks pretty well conditioned and hes the biggest bird after nil I dont feel like as if could hive any con tention this Thanksgiving Weve been soprospered this year Jeremiah coughed dubiously Aman da be began rather sheepishly 1 did kind of u fool thingJast Summer When you tied a rag on your turkey went out the next morning and changed them rags Thats why your turkey went to roost with a black rag and mine went tack to his tree with a red one 1 meant It for a Joke at first I thought Id have my way about kill lug the blqck one and when we was eating it 1 was going to tell you It was your bird after all but It looks silly nowIt was silly said Amandaener- madegetically I Yibout myself sick over them two turkeys I dont know Ifl wanter eat neither one If 1 had known you was trying to jOkewhy I dont know as I ever knew you to make a Joke JeremlahT never did before said Jeremiah with a sickly smile guess wont again Ill tell Pete to kill the black rag turkey and then itll be the one you siected Id rather have the wild flavored one admitted Amanda Im partial to wild turkeys Then it was your turkey that fit mine and made him run after allShe glanced at the bronze feathers above the clock That there wild one was a gamy bird chuckled Jeremiah with another break into unconscious wiLl The next day whon fete Tones came to kill the turkey he found Jeremiah and Amanda busily engaged in clean ng silver Which one of them two bronze gobblers shall kill Ones as fat as totber and each ones got a dirty rag tide around his foot Jpremlali looked critically at a fork hewas polishing 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reply a rue j at aU the edltorARest fellow in the world He Is also one of the qulet quiet red pr Inter on of at In a he but to money he has rom a as us About on of an he mar Is he Y I Iwill be after him Sunday1Oti WERE MISTAKEN The officer call ABOUT THAT MAX ed on the editor the next day Yon were mistaken about that man Red said the ofiuer to the editor That seem Incredible said the surprised ejltoj Yes the marshal asserted it was S35 before he went to roost on the tees Saturday nightKansas City Journal Begin Now You will read in song or story Of the men ot sturdy will Who have fought for gold or glory And have scaled achlevementss hill But to matte the application And to draw the moral true If youd win that lofty station Start today its up to you LyonjWhere It Circulated There lives rin editor in Interior Pennsylvania Jim Sweeney by name who has a keen sense of humor Seek ing to Increase his fortune Sweeney once wrote to a prospective advertiser setting forth In attractive fashion the value of his paper as a medium of publicity The advertiser was captivated by Sweeneys letter but desirous of more specific assuntndes before he invested his money he wrote to Sweeney saying that he hadnt heard of the Trump town Sentinel Where does It circu r late he asked And In his illuminating way Swee ney wrote back TheTrumptown Sentinel circulates In Europe Asia Africa North and South America and Its just about all I can do to keep it from going to hl The Mine and the Mill The directors of a mining company with headquarters in New York upon whose property a shoot of milling ore was discovered decided to build a large and expensive mill against the protest of the superintendent When the mill was completed the ore shoot had come to an end A new superin tendent was employed and explora don word soon disclosed another body f mineral Anxious to make a record tad also to revive the early enthusj ism of the directors the new superln endent selected a soap box full of the choicest samples and sent them by ex press to the board The day after their arrival in New York he received the following telegram Start the mill at once The second ore body proved to be Jut a small pocket land that very oiorning it had completely played out Explanations by telegraph were out newsuperintendet however for readiness in an emergen cy His native talent did not desert him He suddenly got a bright Idea tad hurrying down to the telegraph office dispatched this reply Send back the mine and I will start the mill Thoughts and Acts Power to do good is the true and lawful end of jHpirlng for good thoughts though God accept theta yet toward men they arei little better than good dreams except they be put In act and that cannot be without power and place as the vantage and commanding ground Bacon IAn English Racing Story an owner of race horses there are w more expensive luxuries than an Ire animal and therefore the disappointment of a certain routhful noble lord who manfully gave 1500 guineas for a bargain which turn ed out to be woefully dejected In his understandings can readily be un derstoodLet see You are the rascal who sold me a horse with only three legs and a swlngerf he said one day hancing to bum against the horses late owner In the paddock at Kemp ton jCerlnlnly lied the late owner r tully that is to say if you are really the Jotj sold him to 1 FLORENCE AS A JOKER Two Pranks the Comedian Played on tho Duke of Beaufort BillyFlorencethe Duke of Beaufort and they were excellent friends Beaufort came to GilseyHouse yseyeraijokesat the time He told thg duke that he was not looking well You need violent exercise said he Now I was troubled as you are I Used to strip to my underclothing and taking a heavy chair In my hands would run about my rooms raising and lowering the chair a hundred times without stopping It had a grand effect Florence insisted uuon this for sevI eral days and got the duke Into a mind tor trying it One afternoon when sev oral emlnen personS were going to call on the duke Florence persuaded Wm to try the great remedy The duke undressed nnd a choir be ele vated it above his hejjd and began rallngaround the room He was In a fine jsweat with his eyes bulging his face red and his veins standingout Florence wont to the o Ice and when the eminent and dignified persons ar he knew iGoingYes said the man Well said Florence Ive been up to see him and Im nfrjiid hes touched in his head He Is leaping about his room making strange noises and breaking the furniture Come up and see him I t link be ought to be re totdfheages accompanied Florence and peep ing through a crack jni the door saw an apparent maniac flashing round and round with staring ieyes and flush ed ace Then Florence shut the door and took them away totell what they had seen beginning Its very sad about his grace unfit nq impression was general that the Dujke of Beaufort hndgone mad A few days later Florence hid the dukes clottingand poled his head in at the door ind said Hur ry out the hotel is afire The duke presently appeared in fhe hotel office In a nightgown slipper inda tall hat thus confirming the unfavorable im pression of his Chicken and wit A country mlni ter19the course of his dining out on c came to a house where roast chicken was served for dinner He had previously encounters 1a series of orn beef dinners and the chicken Ic oked goodI Well the tier yman remarked heres where that chicjken enters the ministry Hope it does better there than in lay work rejoined tbej host Into the Great Loneliness The more we thin of all that was and will be the paler will grow that which is actually happening Vhen tvolive with the dead and rile their deaths what then are our neighbors to us We grow lonelier for the very reason that the whole flood of humanity is surging round us The fire with in use which is glowing for all that is human is ever on crease where fore we look upon all that surrounds us as though It had become more in different more shadowy 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jeopleThedruggistswomeninsuchlikeentirelyupthethat they act naturally again That this is so is the experience of many of families like Brannan of Alvarado Va Mrs K L Stout of Louisville Ky and numerous others in fact way out in Williams Cal as Mrs J E Blackmore of that place writes thp whole town seems to be using It youWantyour name to the doctors address as below and a free teat bottle will be sent you Then if results are satisfactory you can buy It of your druggist If th reUJ anything about your aliment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There is no charge for this service The address is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Mbnticello Ill For sale by The Red Crosa Drug Sims OOOCXXXXX5OOOOCJOOOOOOGOOOCX3 i g t FARMERSI 8 Mickvilli Kyi 11SURPLUS We offer you fair treatment with every accommodation that is con sistent with conservative banking The strength and stability of a Bank depends largely on its Direc tors wha must be men of ability as well as integrity as they are the men who dir ct its affairs We present a strong boardastrong institutionrana are anxious to serve you J B PETER President ELVtlT BIRCH VProsident J M SMITH Cashier 1Jooocx poopooooo SARTORJAL NEWS tOw anti Attractive Cravats Eyalvwf From RibbonsFor Popular Fur Handsome cravats for wear with open coats van bt mudi from strand Jf black ribbon decorating the ends as tancy dictates or Hklll allows A pretty model has a wide strip of black net traced with gold thread abovea deep hem One quarter ttrdls sufficient for the ends otn cravat tour inches wide and the work is within the skill of any needlewoman The newest in fern dishes is oxy dized brass SOUlpothe designs are beautiful and blend most artistically with the green of the fern One of the prettiest and oiost becom ing finishes for tLe frill at the front of the shirt waist is a big bow of black A SMART PBINCESS GOWN velvet ribbon at flip thrnnt THORP vel vet bows huVe ends and loops of the same length and should be as is becoming Urbig Princess gowns that su cui rass h1etafld include long llriqs at the front ire among smart elothffs The frock illustrated Is of Irih serge with trimming of velvet and yoke of beaded net JUDIC CHQLLET This May Manton pattern Is cut from to Inches bust measuie Send cents to this tofflie giving number and it will be promptly forwarded to yo by mall If In haste send an nddltiom Wh1cIIFASHION NOTES Fur Bands Trim Smart CostumesVei- veteen In Lov IyColorirgs Tho trimming of mo both for skirts and coats Is skunk arranged as bands pud collars cuffs reivers or pQcket flaps The new colorings In Velvtten are Buporb and Include a ricjh cofie0 brown with strong yellow HshtsJn It that Is exceedingly artistic In the gray list shndlpSthntsprand nlumlnium lace Waistcoats and vests are agiln In fa vor particularly for the reaisdn that geI 1IOTJHE WITH CH1JMISETT oose straight lues anti sumltlt of tilt tonjr coats vhlch can be loft ptiiiS fastent with one button at the wulst The blous that Is inade with n ciUi Isette always means un effect cf iieat lieNS The model Ulnstnited Is closed ut the front and Is prtutkul awell as smart There are Jut enough tucks at the shoulders to make the waist becoming tou slender figure JUDIC CIIOLLET r j This May Manton pattern Is cit jln Mzezi train 34 to 44 inches bust measure enu cents to this ortlce giving unbe 305 and it will be prbmptly forwarded to you by mall If in hat send an addI- tional two cent stamp for letter postage which insures more prenpt delivery j mtC d XYZ0 VERTISINGI I Never spring a big newspaper advertisement U FonIthe public unexpectedly Make it an invariable rule to lead upiby two orJ three nicely graded steps to the important announce- mEnt to be made People take a certain pleasure out tiClpatiou They enjoy their dinner all the more have been anxiously waiting to Ijear the bell But if you open up your morning newspaper and find 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 haTe been looking for this announcement and each getting a little more curious about it you get your sel keyed up in anticipation and then if the announce ment is even better than you had imagined you sur ren derin a body Dont pay the United States government two cer ts for carrying a letter or a circular worth less than twc cents The average advertiser will shave off 15 cents a tho sand on envelopes and a quarter ofa cent a pound on aper and beat down the printer in pride so that he is bilged to use a 30cent ink and by various other eco lomies get his material ready for 6 a thousand He will then pay the government 20 for carrying his stii gy badlyprinted cheaplooking 6 worth of stuJ f and himself on the back for being economical IDont waste gray matter on your competitor No matter how entertainingly he lies you go right on telling the plain blunt kind of truth thatmotherused tomake Truth can be made far more entertaining than fals hood Dontbe afraid to call a spade a spade If the goods are shoddy advertise them as shoddy give good shoddy measure and charge shoddy prices The e are tens of thousands of people who prefer shockly prefer to eat it to wear it to be entertained by i If you have news to print about your store some call it advertising dont order twentyithree styles of type with whirligig borders and a crazy badly engrav ed picture The mummer on New Years Day or the clown at Barnums may look funny but he wouldnt make good on the road selling gold watches The advertiser has an idea that the more fool things he drag into his copy the more entertaining it is The clown has the very same idea The great thing in all advertising is not quantity of circulation j but quality of your copy printed in a newspaper the readers of which are able to buy your goodis j I Copyright 1908 by Trlbuna Company Chicago tSTodayi Lettet Heads- Statenents 1 t Bill Heads 1L rt2 t Envelopes r Card j j t Anything and CTerything In tin way of higbgrade commercial printing Our assortment of job type is complete our press facili ties of the best and our workmen true typographical artists This tells all the story of our facilities for doing job printing of the right kind at the right pricei ii r fii r Card EnvelopesBill Statements Letter Heads HEWOSLINWETEWUISMNIUI RUNNINGNEHMr ifyon want either a Vibrating Sbnttle Rotary 3butUooraSingloThread rahai SwIng Mncbinewrimo rTHE NEW HUME SEWINI MACM1NE BMW AIT Orange MaasMany scwinshVachtnes are made tos reeardless ot Quality but the NeW Kee is made to wear Our guaranty never runs OUtiSold by authorized dealer ely EdMm Russell SUBSCRIBERS FREt qOLVp We earnestly request the atrMSo this column to u tyBen jciyour stock etc so we canidiscpiatinue the advertisement Under this head all persons who are subscribers to The Sun may free of cha advertisements of wheat corn oats adother wantedLandserted In another department of the r atvery low rates for cash POTIVJjyothing but the above mentioned will be fan free Mrs Jno S McElroy Springfield has for sale pure bred f cock erels at 100 J E Hagan Springfield Kyf litltBox 16 has for sale 1000 bushels of- corn will sell reasonable Will sell HI lots of 25 bushels or all J B Peyton Rt 4 has for sales fine PolandChina male hog aboatfr year old Wants to sell at once TeIer phone 45 Mrs AJ S McElroy has TurkeyaTomsMiss Julia Parrott Rt ja has fot sale Bourbon Red Turkey 3 for Toms and 2 for Hens Mrs J R Claybrooke JrRt3nas for sale Bourbon Red Turkeys 3 for Toms 2 for Hens rEd ar Wilson has for sale 100 barrels Telephone Springfield exchange P M Howard Rt 4 wanes to buy a registerTJ 0 Graves Springfield has for sale about 200 Kentucky River Water Maple shade trees 15cc and 20c eachV W G Grundy Rt 1 has for sa1aRegistered Shorthorn Bull eldlApplyatKing Comstock Rt li has for sale 75 gallons of sorghum motasses Mrs B D Lake gfield has for sale Buff Orpinpton pullets John A Tucker Rt 2 has for sale two Berkshire gilts Qne has 5 PIp and the other 6 f1Dr John Deboe Rt4 wants to5bay a good gentle family horse or mare v Mrs C L Brady haJ for sale nice Barred Plymouth Roc cockerels tJitOlubb and Ringlets strains 1 00 each Send orders Soon efore they are all sold Mrs R B Cregor Lebanon Rtihas for sale Pure Bred Barred Plyf jnouth Rock and Rhode Island dRed Chickens 75c each Mrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has for sate 5andy THE SUN and TIMES S35O t JThe Sun and CourierJournal ILM 7 1tfflt IUfl1SEWING MACHINE Cr ROLLER BEARING a HIGH GRADI 11iUISrrRONGE3T GUARANTE NtIona1 SewlnlMlcnt C- ZELVIDERE IjLj t i =