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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i v I l f 4 1 An i 1WpoF Ma 1 wN rrI tt awt h r 1j it jnflthDEVOT- ED U i 13 n i iJ 1v rjff fei TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 5 tft 1 0 ftf 4i i 3C p t4VOLVMEYI i fCrI SPRINGFIELI ICY WEDNESDAY r DECEMBER 15 1909 i 1NUI J2t1l r + l JJEw tf f 1iiS iHU1HCompkted gregationServices Next Sunday r the handsome new church edifice which has been m the courSe of erec iion for the nast few months by th jocal Baptist congregation has been completed and the first service will be held in it Sunday morning when Rev W H Williams will preach atllt o iniothe Sunday School room iri the base merit at 930 oclock There is probably net a handsomer or more complete church in the Stat of Kentucky outside a few of the Jarger cities The structure is oflfrick arid is a perfect type of the Gothic style ot architecture this idea not only haying been carried out as to the ex tenor but also the interior the win H dower the great rafters and quarter sawejj oak pews carrying out the Gothi Effect On one side of the pulpit there is the baptistry while on tne other th choir loft will be located Around these a brass rail with green curtains will be run In the basement there will be th main Sunday School room which will be surrounded by the class rooms the pastors study and the ladies parlor These rooms are so constructed that the partitions can be removed and several of the class rooms thrown into one t thereby giving room foe committee e 4 meetings or for gatherings too large for one of the class rooms t Every detail of thecons ruction and fitting upof the church has been so thoroughly studied out that there is not inharmonious feature Bri t4IiB Davis of Louisville is the architect while Krueger Miller had the contract for the construction The church will be dedicated the lat derPartof January or the first of Feb ruary1910 f1fi Large Tobacco Sates Large sales of tobacco on the local market continue the rule as almost 500000 pounds of the weed have been disposed up during the past four days The higher grades of tobacco have not been sell Ng as high as for the firs week or two but this is because of thrush and that the buyers can not han dle BS much as has been dumped0rito the market Prices however hay e been goOd ranging from 8 to 191 cents Per pound The sales at the two houses have been as follows Farmers Dec 9 10 and 11 78500 pounds at an average price of 13 cents Today this house sold about 75000 po nds- Washington County House Dec 9 72880 Dec 10 45270 Dec 11 14775 rat v an aVerage of 13 J Todays sales will approximate120000 pounds Christmas Entertainment c The annual Christmas entertainment of the Springfield High School wiTh- held be at the Opera House Tuesday D 28Ari attractive program of drama readings music and recitations will be rendered Further interest will be added by the declamatory conte Most of the contestants are making their first appearance in public but their efforts will equal those of t past The musical part of the pro- P m will be specially entertaining the p piJs of Miss Martins class haying faith fully worked to make this part well nigh perfect Tickets on sale at the Red Cross DrugStore Miss Annie McChord Prof AfcElr- rl of Danville and Prof Fqlton of JJardstown will judge the contest Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made F eke grandfather used to make it CatiettrShehan This evening at 530 oclock at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs G D Catlett Miss Edna Catlett and Mr Hark Shehan were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Rev W H Williams pastor of the Baptist church performing the ceremony The bride was beautifully attired in amethyst colored silk with hat to match and carried a bouquet of brides roses Miss Ollie Catletta sister of the bride Petee Sjhehan was his brothers best man Mr and Mrs Shehan left immediate ly for Greensburg where they will visit Mrs Shehans sister Mrs Coffey The bride is the daughter of Jailer and MirsG Do Catlett For several telephoner shee has won the esteem of the entire com munity Mr Shehan is the son of Mr Dud Shehan and ia young man of fine character Stock Killer s rCrsoethe place of Judg W E Selecmah o the Lebanon pike poth head were shot and ite is suppos by Judge Selecman waes done by reckless hunters If a hunter has a misfortune of this kind the manly thing for him to co is to come up and t pay the damages Death of MIr Drury Mr James Dru yo aged about 70 years and a veteran of the Union Army a died at his home near Jenkins Jlle yes terday at about 1 pi m Until the day before his death Mrs Drury had been in his usual health jbuti on Monday he con trotted pneumonia which rapidly be came more malignant until the next day when it caused Mr Druryfs death At the time of his de th Mr Drury wast surrounded by all hik family except his daughter Mrs Jm Steele The deceased is survived by his wife and the following children Mrs Jno D Burns Mrs Jim Steele Mrs Dick Gravest Mrs John Best and essrs Smith and Oscar Drury JSTile funeral s S were a Mackville this afternoon honoredt eI11Mrstudent at KeptMQky State University hoe received quite an honor lately Frota the whole atuddnt bociy Wallac- with two other students has been chosen to represent the University at the StudentVolunteer Convention which wilfbehejd in Rochester N Y during Xmas weekIECZEMA CURABLE PROOf NOW AT 25cI Try the OH of Wintergreen Com pound Itch is Instantly I Relieve consultec a fort25 cents on a special offer we can now give to those suffering from U eczema absolutestinstant relief with prospect of an ear ly cure heA special trial bottle of the oil wintergreen as compounded in the ChicE DuCom pony may be had in our store on thlsE special 25 cent is one bottle will convince itwe vouch for it offerf oyTen years of this mild soothing wash Prescription has convinced us and wo hope you what accept the special 25 cent offer so you also will be convinced Haydon Robertson Springfield Ky l BADLY BURNED Mrs Ruby Smith Stiffens From Sustained Last Week Mrs Ruby Smith was the victim of a serIOUS accident lasfi Friday Mrs Smith had just arisen andwas standing before the grate in her room a her fathers Dr J H Lampton coir bing her hair Her baby called to her for the comb and Mrs Smith turned to give it to her when her night robe became ignited Mrs Smith seemed to lose all presence of mind and dashed through the house and into the backyard where she was overtaken by her mother who extinguished the flames Mrs Smiths back chest and hands were burned and her hair isinged while Mrs Lampton hands were severely burned in putting out the fireaMrs Smith is improving and will not permanently from the injuries which came so nearly costing her her Notesn Christmas againthe season of holidaysforand ignorance and dependence to man oodomanhccnrl We wonder it the wisdom of after years holds anything as fine and free as the happy in- consequence ot these hopeful dreaming days that begin with the opening bell andend with the drill in German Tis time fur memory andtears Even here upon the threshold we are learn ing the lesson of lifechange The prj mary class of today the gi aduatfng class ot tomorrow and where are theI graduates ot yesterday The movie finger writes and haying writ moves on Each years roll call reads liker e record of a battle Promoted Dead upon te Taken prison er Deserted Only a few of th old guard left but recruits are on theI way Enough that the banner is still aloft That in letters of living light its motto gleams Live pure true right wrong follow th- t ing Dont forget the Christmas contest Opera House Dec 28 The lecture by Gov Gir dings was e studentsaOur nation like mania fearfully an wonderfully made but Uncle Sara f tolerablee degree of system in his big school W e are better Americans for having hear Uncle Sam and his people uThe tall delegate was so black that would cast a shadow on a coal wa on on a moonless night The short del egate was a shade darker How black was He Dyke We regret that our neighboring school at Mackville will shortly lose the services of their principal Prof Hump Prof Hume was formerly a student and later a teacher in our school and many of us remember him with affection While at MackvHIe he has built up the school in such away that no community of its size boasts a lucklyin his newwork and we hope thatif Mack yille has buy mere pupils like Fred wofill them to joirf us You will enjoy the music and the speeches Dont miss them A large number of the county teac ers will matriculate in our school after the holidays A special course will be provided for them andeach can get just the subjects he desires to panew We believe that a diploma from our school WI mean more than a certifies and that Washington county sires t f near the head of the list will soon rank tt the very top in education in our State Yell the girls voted to have a Christ mas tree and now the boys each in his own way are preparing to act Santa Claus Charlie blushed when asked wh he thought it appropriate to have th Christmas tree They are first aid to the bashful Our school is one of the few that de yotp special training in public speaking and debate Time was when every Southern school and college followed this practice The brilliant array of orators and statesmen that gave this section its prestige and power was the result Modern practice has substituted athletics for oratory and the college hero of today is the fellow who can make a touchdown or drop a goal or let down an opposing team without a hit Western colleges and universities alongstill cling to the old standard AnQi while they encourage athletic sports they do not neglect the art of public speaking And Western ideas nd jWestera men are leading the way in National affairs Public discussion will always be worth while so long as public opinion rules Our schools must teach us how to think and how to ex press pur thoughts Thats the purpose of our contest Tuesday Dec 28 Fractures Skull With Gas Pipe Asa sittingIroom ot the Reliance lodging house on Market street between Fifth and Sixth streets at 130 oclock this morning John Murphy fifty years old hovers between life slid death at the City Hos P teal witha fractured skull and Wilson Canter aged twentyfive is under ar rest on ja charge of having been his as linen hare always been trends coming here a few years ago from as wgformerly town Marshal Last night the latter b came engaged in n heated ar gument with some other roomers at the lodging ihoupe and is said to have be acecording fro witnesses of the trouble he attempted to draw Canter into the controversy but without success Finally he is said to Lave foully abused the la himeFridays Louisville Herald 257 Nails In Hogs Stomach scenentary e Porryville Pair Association Advocata e yes o f a remarkable case ofa hog living with 257 nails fn its stomach in Mercer CounI mmdprominent farmers in Mercer county killed hogs the first of the week At the same time Mr Horn killed three GreergThe hogs had been fed in a peri built around a spot uponwhich a blacksmith shop stood for many years In the- stomach of one of the hogs Mr Horn who is ondIf the most reliable men in Mercer tv stated that he took out and count d 257 Watts and 27 taps and small bolts The hog weighed 275 pounds and apparently did as well as the Other hoKstin the pen The porker had evidently been eating the nails and bolts for Mveral months as much of the iron had imbedded itself in the flesh and had become a part of the hog as it were witHodt any bad resultsDanI ville Advocnle How One Docttr Successfully Treats Pneu raohia fcIn treating pneumonia says Dr W J Smith of Sanders Ala the only remedy I use for the lungs is Ch m Whileh of course ti sympto with different medicines I have medicalpracticecase where it has not controlled trie hease psatedly and I most willingly and cheer fully recommend it as superIOr to any knowledgedy 0 i i H TT W T- rSTOLEN Laset WednesdayNo Trace Of Her Little Alma Katherine Kellner the sev nyearoJd child of Mr Fred Kell net who disappeared last Wedneada has not yet been found and her when abou t today is as great a mystery on the dayof her disappearance The police department and detective depart meet of Louisville have been exertin every effort to find some clue to t missing child but without avail in ad dition to the officials scores of friend of the family are oldies in the search The general opinion is that the chi waS kidnaped the kidnapers laboring under the impression that Mr Keliner is a nth man which is a Those who hold to this theory believe that in the course of a snort time the child will be returned to its parents Others believe that the child we drowned Last Wednesday morning the child started from its home oil New Broad way to attend church Whehnoon came arid the child did not return Mrs Kellner became somewhat alarmed a as the hours passed her fears increased Finally she notified Mr Kellnerand was then that asearch was instituted tEvery depo in Louisville has beDclosely watched while all the towns within 500 miles of Louisville have bee notified to be on the outlook t Marion County Enterpriser C L Brady who r purchasedlf the Gnindy tarm eight miles south of this city has sold to Leo Thomas 100 acres of the farm The price paid w 4500 The deal was made through t Commonwealth Real Estate Co fir W H Boswell of Gravel Switch sold his farm of 160 acres to Jake Peterson oY East Texas Washmgt totbee giveirJan11910 Mr Boswell is paring to move to Perryville Boyld county At the regular meeting Monday eve Wing Lebanon Council No 1264 K C elected the following officers for the ensuing year RdG Goodin Grand Knight Louis B Cain Deputy Grand KoightJohn M Copper Ghancelor L WmIcate J LaMotte Spalding Treasur Rev J A Hogarty Chaplin James McKenna Inside Guard G T Sans bury Outside Guard C L Hunter Trustee an1 W W Spalding rev Frank aged two and a half years the little son of Mr and Mrs Harry Gilkerson had a narrow escape from serious injury last Saturday morning at eleven oclock The little fellow had been left in the kitchen for a few mom cuts while his mother stepped into a room nearby Mrs Gilkerson was shock eda few minutes later to her the child loudly screaming and as she shed to him she met him running towards her with his clothing in flames With rare presence of mind she threw her skirt over the little fellows head to prevent him from inhaling the flumes With one hand she kept the skirt tightly about her sons head and with the othersmoth ered out the fire The httlefellows right side was painfully burned but the injuries received prompt medical attention and are now rapidly healing msThe Club Hello are you ready for the Holiday s7 Avoid the rush Let us clean a press your suits and overcoats ladi esfull belteady d1 t d To Tobacco row iiJi y ua4 At the last meeting of theDistrict rBoard of the Burley Tobacco Societ1 7 8 and 9 resolution eas passed to ask all newspapers tire counties in which tobacco is pooledN carry a copy of the Little McChordBiH This was done because certain persoap had violated their contractsclaimi c that they did not know that theabov 3Jawvf The law is as follows + Vl LITTLE M CHORD BILL riiYCHAPTER 9 affias mo wealth of Kentucky 1908 An act to prevent the sale prtrab ahegthehevested in another Assenieably of the Commonwealth of Kentucky r ldt shall be unlawful for any per son the possession of personal property the title of which is vested m ofe1uch property without the written con sent of the person in whom the title k vested Any person guilty ot such of OnSDollars nor more thanFiv Hundred Dollars for each offense MAn 7 person haying notice of themanner fit which such property is held who shall purchase it of the person having tI pernson the written consent of the shaltitnot less than One Hundred Dolfars nor more than One Thousand ollars for each offense impnoperatioh of this Saw therefore th1same shall be in force from and after its enactment si Approved March 24 1908 a j IMPORTANT NOTICE TO TOBACCO GROWERS The District Board of the Burley To Dehep on that notices be given to the members of the 1909 pool requesting them to de liver their tobacco to their countywai e houses on the stickiIt was also resolved that where part of the crop is pooled ana part unplei notices should be given to tne County Board of Control before the crop waft dividedoofFor That Dell Feelilf After Eating I have used Chamberlains Stomack and Liver Tablet for sometime ant donememoreIMy trouble was a heavy dun fueling mf KemttNova eetteireThey are far superior to pills Dutctno more Get a free sample at The Lee Haydon Drug Co and gee what C spleir did medicine it is Young Men Learn Telegraphy 1 Take Advantage of Our Great Special Offer Life Scholarship in TELEGRAPHY TYPEWRITING AND RAILROAD AGENCY reduced to 45 sad 26Q elr students railroad fare paid Boys tJIa is YOUR OPPORTUNITY tolearma firstclass trade that pays a good salary every month in theyear Excellgri tboard at low rates NewtIan has lighjful climate 8G Inhahitati moral surroundings Students qualJin 4 to 6 months Our graduates POS TIVELY GUARANTEED POSITION paying 45 to 65 per month to startaiEasy gild pleasant employment rapit promotion Diplomas awarded GREAT DEM ANDFOR TELEGRAPH OPERA Friridpage ycnNM r particulars Southern School of WJft Box 272 NEW t z THEsPRI GFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15 1909 t 4 it tMtfMtt + t + +f ++tti qy I SPRINGFIELDS GREATEST t I r Christmas StoieIJ Offers scores o1j Gift Suggestions for Christmas in Every Department in the House if SUGGESTIONS IN Womens Handkerchiefs All Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 35c values + for j 25c Dainty Embroidered Handkerchiefs T fOcVill Childrens Embroidered and Fancy Handkerchiefs p 10 15 and 20 cents4ft T + Womens Initial Silk Handkerchiefs 25c and 35c Children Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs 20 and 25 cents Mens Initial Silk Handkerchiefs 35c and 50c f sr Xjttas Art Linens Hand Drlwn Japanese Scarfs and Centers Y50 cents to 350 Hand Drawn Japanese Doilies 5 to 25 cents Specials in fine Satin Damask and Napkins to match Damask u5c to SI50 Napkins 150 to 4oot XMasTowels in fine Damask Hemstitched Bon 75cIWaistings in the new effects in SilKs Swasetts and Mercerzed25c 50c 1 and 150 peryd Ii tIt LCunningham f anCo Springfield IYIHifHf t FARM AND STOCK Ii Hems of Interest to ifarmefe andj Live Stock and Poultry Raisers 1t1Tomake strong and Healthy there is nothing like clover Mwture milkandmill feed with a very little corn Unless the fowls have plenty of op IMrtvaity to exercise during the winter Kfeey will become weak and sluggish aad more liable to disease IB buying trees fpriyour orchard be iwre that they are front a reliable nuts aqr that is willing to backupthqir ftocfc Cheap trees a e a most expen pire investment A farmer in Pike icounty Illinois veports that one of his grade Shorthorn BJTS recently droppeda calf that ireighed 161 pounds at birth The Jferzser expects to leyelop him into a SifOOpound steer in ime fqr the Inter Mtional show in 1911 Full blood yearli gi horses should Wing 100 and upw do The first cost flftoold n tbe consi eyed when buying tockf the high gra3e stock pays best m the long run A cheap and simp eway to disinfect room is to heat i common iron fire sfcsvel and pour an qunce of carbolic acid flul on it Tb fumes will pene trate the room and cleanse the air ot aiivnapurities Rep at daily as long as ilecessarv l hew dairymen fu ly appreciate the afation of comfort of the cows to his- tiashretumEl The dry cow is a good achine4 but she is Jvfery particular as to how she is run A soft clean bed ad nutrious cud are essential requisites Sly wfntercontentmenti tn connection with green bone food nchy ia carbonaceous elements should Hlfidf to supply heat land energy and wnen this is done there is no good rea jton why the egc bas et shouldnot be Jlept full tat aU time The man who filbedsintelligentiv is the one who reaps 4beereatest profit from his fowls i i Mas Novelties FANCY MIRRORS WORK BOXES HANDKERCHIEF BOXES COLLAR PINS BELT PINS HOSEIFANCY COLLARS GLOVES MENS SUSPENDERS FtC TIES ETC ETC Mas Kid Gloves r Wome s Black and Colored Kid Gloves 100 to 150 Mens Black and Colored Kid Gro- vesJC t 150jndZ Leather Goods Misses Novelty Bags50c S1 and 150 Handbags Leather Lined J 150 up to 500 SUITCASES 250 3 50 500 and up to 1250 tf + CIA garden without fruit trees and rdenIlherein season and pr servIng StartIiogthe season there should be added rasp goo1eberriesgrapes cow on acco of the healthfulness of the animal and its practical immunity from tiibercu Ipsis which affects cows there is a large demand for the milk anc at pres entit commands a price of 5100 per gallon tin the cities This mi k can be produced cheaper than cows milk and it will always command a higher price It is natural fur the hen to ay eggs but in order to produce an egg she must have food that will supply 4he constituents of which the egg is cpm posed These are found in a gi eater or less degree in the grain and vegetable foods but intelligent experiment has grtertIbone is the best food lor layi g hens containing as it does all the 6lement that enter into the composition of the eggMany of us abuse and ne le tour farm machinery It is jrio stran e sight to see farm ma bin rv stand in the field where it has been used thrc ugh the summer until the next spring and in many instances the man who owns it is paying interest on the notes pe gave for ic thistan jbe remedied and elhoughtand dred dollar machine note by paring out six or eight j dollars to get his old machine repaired which would serve him for a number of years longe The vesiers11Iand no pleasure in handling- For Eczema Tetter and Salt Rheum T e intense characteristic of a11layed rForsale 1Iy + XMas Umbrellas Womens 26 inch Pure Silk with Black Silver and Gold Handles beautiful selectlon2 to 10 Mens 28 inch Pure Silk Umbrellas Horn English Boxwood Gold and Silver tnmmed250 to 10 Blankets and Comforts 124 Fine all Wool Blankets 750 114Fine all Wool Blankets 5 00 toQOO 104 Fine all Wool Blankets t350to 500 124 Wool Nap Blankets 200 to 250 114 Wool Nap Blankets 150 to 175 104 Cotton Blankets 75 to 100 Extra Large Silkpline Comforts 350 Large Silkoline Comfort t 250 Large Cotton Comforts1 00 to 200 Rugs and Lace curtains 9x12 Axminster Rugs 2000 to 2500 9x12 Velvet Rugs j 1600 to 2000 J9x12 to 1750 110004x7 Smyrna Rugs 450 36x72 Smyrna Rugs 250 36x72 Axminster Rugs 375 30x60 Axminster Rugs 225 Lace Curtains 50c 75c 100 up to 400 Et E 1tE The Round of Life Success To lift athirst the brimming Glass of iLife and drain it dregs and all with smack of smiling lip and slap of knee TQ bend above the Stream of Trade and wrest from it my gold cleanhanded Zestfully as one who takes equiva lentsnot mpre for what he gives To hear attentthe silent cry of those who lack dividing food and faggots and the couraged word To look well tolmy sowing knowing sure that each mall seed by law im multiIcTo shrine my Woman high and touch her flesh wth prayer as well as Pas4 Tp sign find within the eyes of children that fine light which guides the man to simpler ways again and nestles him within the arms of this old Earths Vast motherhood To search for peace within the lilyhell or neath the verdant moss by forest ways and searching find a fuller meed than eer was dreamed or guessed TOhail my friep with frankness palm to palm and eye to eye with merge of heart and hope until we twain are one and glanted for battle To think things out in my own way and blast a doctrine when it bars my path with revrent ruthlessness To take my God wherever I may find Himin the meeting house or in the meadow or where the liners cleave the crests and fling their foam afar To know that Jesus lived for me to show me how to live and died for me to show me how to die should they assail my truth as they did His To hold that love is lawful all of it or else it be not love but something less That Sirs seems good to me and right and fair and by the grace of each nightsIwho dies not but who lives always Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are love theIA weak woman will he nervous and irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons show in pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretchedcompletion wonIsmoothIbeauty to at ertsons IT Et I Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky Levi Satterly Puff VS Alfred Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of they Was Court rendered at the October term 1909 in the above styled pause for the distribution of the estate I shall proceeds to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MandayDIClmblr21 1909 At 2 oclock p nior thereabout be ing county court dayto the highest land best bidder at public auction upon pf six and twelve months the following describ d property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made A TRACT OF LAND ON THE WATERS OF CHAPLIN RIVER In Washington County Ky bounded Beginning at a corner at a beech tree on the river thehpe with the meanders oft sidriver to a corner stone on J W Satterlys thence with his line to a corner stone on same and county road leading from Tunnel Mill thence with line of J W Satterjy to the beginning at a beech tree on iiver Containing 90 ACRES more or less Fox the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearingleJalpaid and having the force and effect of a judgement A lien will be retained on land for which bond is executed Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W C C Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky W D Claybrooke AdmrPlff VS Emily Cocarfougher etcDefts f Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered t the October term 1909 in theabove styled cruse for the settlement of the estate of M E Drane I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Kyoh December 27 1909 At 2 oclock p m or thereaboutbei- ng county court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit ot six and twelve months the following described property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made A HOUSE AND LOT IN TEXAS KY Bounded on the East by W H Wilson on the South by the turnpike on the West by the G S Goode property on XMas SuitsF Overcoats Saa II W Hart Schaffner Marx Suits and Overcoats 30 25 and 20 yalueJ5 forfi2250 1750 and 1500 Wellwbrth Suits and Overqoats 25 20 and 15 values for20 15 and 10 + Special Holiday prices on Boys and Children Sutis and Overcoats J Womens iY 1 TailorcdSuits J2 4r + and oaul J fit i + 1800 to 2500 values for 1200 to 1850fitIn Black ank the Inew colors + D n SatterlyetcDefIs Monday itfW fi worth by the lands of M E Drane which she bought of Sidney Green con tainingacres Also a tract of land adjoining the above Bounded on South on East by Tom Hays land on the North by W R Cocanougher and R L Arnold containing about 30 acres For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegaland the force and effect of a judgment A lien will be retained on land for which bond is executed Bid promptlyM G LEACHMAN M C W C C Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky LEVI BARBER etc VS DeftsfCATO BARBER etc Equity Bv virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered a tthe October term 1909 in the above styled cause I shall preceed HousedoorMonday December 27 1909 thereaboutbeingaud best bidder at public auction upon thefollowingordered to be made A SMALL TRACT OF LAND in Washington County Ky bounded as follows On theNorth by the lands of George Clark and County Road on LeelLizzieBelland Containing 10 ACRES more or lessIFor the purchase price the or purchasers with approvedsec ++ + + + + or sureties must execute bonds bearing untilpaida judgment A lien will be retained on land for which bond is executed Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms- M G LEACHMAN MC WC Cl Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky Mary R Miller iPlff VS Mary Teresa Miller etcDefts IutBy virtue of a jvidgmcnt and order of sale of the Washington CircuitCourtp ipthebutton of the proceeds I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House dqor in Springfield Ky on Monday December 21 1909 At 2 oclock p m or thereabout being county court dayto tPthighest and at public upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towit or sufficient thereof to the sums of money so ordered to be made ATRACT OF LAND In Washington County Ky bounded or the North by the lands of Margaret Nally on the West by the lands of garrison Adams on thq South by the lands of L H Mclntire and Jas Gootee and on the East by the lands of P A Hill CONTAINING ABOUT 100 ACRES For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security arlngIlegalland for which bond s executed wIll be required to comply Ion with these terms G LEACHMAN M C WC O fitJI fW ii + + tit WIGREtJE t BarberShop fhave purchased of Mr Raymond Nan his Barber iiShop next to the Walton hoteland will conduct the business at the same stand I am always ready to serve +my customers and you give me a share of your i patronage I am agent tor the Home Laundry of Louisville and have afJ Ybarber +Cleaning and Pressing call on me All work guaranteed ++ ++ ++ + + r i t I c a J c THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEItfBER 151909 iarmar ur r dCI r mIt verybody is prepanni for 1TMshristm Salid no pains in trving Jtohelp yotf prepare I myIgoods early therefore 1 sjm ready to bougl Read the lisof presents below III Christmas I Naturally brings thoughts of=is r JEWELRYis r It makes the handsomest and 111ost durable of all gifts fewll MANICURE ICfOCKS i iIIi ENGRAVED FREE 1 JAMES J GRAVESrlllIIiIXUn1UJ lUIIi UIrIIJII1CImrI1I1irarIhI lInfInnJ1Ur = g EXCHANGE iEXCERPTS iejSavings and fDoings of the Press + At Large Ii r An accommodation train has ss many sloops as a pipeargan Shelby Sentinel Life is thrown away when it is not a life of veL CIWith th unerring eye of faith Through the mints of years we see That Hon Benja in Johnson Kentuckysnex t Governor will be This is not fet butitfis a fact Shelby Sentinel W omen s hats are to be lower nex spring Architecturally understand Kentucky Red Man I Gratitude isrche sweetest music tha flows from the human heart rYit LeeAny woman knows that man is vain but she heyer gives a soft snap away Red Man Loveliest of lovely things are they awayTheIs prized beyondthe sculptured flower Columbiad The man Wh puts his substance down his throat ip soon taken at his lace valueTLondon Echo It is with words as with sunbeams the more they are condensed the deep er they burn jSouthey The easiest way doesnt lead to fame The easiest way doesnt lead to rest The easiest way doesnt win the game For often the hardest way fs best 4Larue County Herald- v When I get to be a man giandpa how wp11I womanl marryingi the wrong e from it nisJnUpToDateFarm er We have nbticed that the girl w knows how to make good biscuits and tem gravy seldom knows how to car MirrorJAn Ohio bunter has a bird dog of such mesmeric abilities that it hypnotizes quailand all tW hunter has to do is to pick up the birds and fill his game bag Blue Grass Clipper A few years jago when hog meat was selling at reasonable prices our fa friends used tp bring ina couplet of spareribs and a backbone along about hogkilhn time Of course we always mentioned tbWe facts in the paper and told how goo i th j meat was Now whenever wewa t to know how good hpgynieat is wevj got to dig into our A Selections I g Fir WifoHusbandFritnrfs i and IlRIIWATCHES= CHARMS FOBS LOCKETS AND CHAINS S lUNGS t TOILET CASES I YIS I KNIVES AND FCRKS 1 SPOONS ETC I IIinItown= 1 t l WUWWIIUJIIII = pocket for the price of enbtigh to grease a skilet prOldhamf0h husband wake up cried twife in affright I am Sure theres a b rKlar down stairsIGu youtoldNot to meddle in household affairs The Sphinx Cheer up what if the day is cold dIsgustedItrouble in the face and mile awhile heer up Detroit Free P ess If you lave found some one who knows how 1o scratch yc ur back just where it itches you have come pretty I near finding your affini y = Lebanon Enterprise Edwardt W sentences in a Speecvn Washington a few years agohTh South ia land that thattbroken the ashen crust aj id moistened with tearBia land scarred and riven by the plowshare of war and pillowed with the graves of her dead but a of legend a land of song ii land of hal lowed and heroic memo es To that land every drop of my hIO d everv fiber myheartborn of her womb I was nurtured at her breast and when my ist hours iaj come I pray God that I m ay be pillow ed upon her bosom and r eked to sleep within her tender aria enci cling arm TO THE PUBLIC We arc Agents for Parisian Sa and We Know the Guarantee Haytdcjn Drug Co 1 Parisian Sage the qUI k acting hair restorer is aranteedoTo stop falling hair To cure dandruff To cure itching of the cal ip airhoTo make harsh hair s fr and luxuri ant TO make hair grow or money ac k It is the most delightf hair dres made and is a great fay rite with ladies who desire beautiful and luxuriant hair Price 50 cents a large bo tie at rhe Leo Ha don Drug Co or by express all charges prepaid from G rdux Mfg Co Buffalo N Y 3etterrmNo one has ever made a salve oint meat lotion or balm t compare Buckler s Arnica Salve Its thewithI perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sorts Scalds Boil U Eczema Salt Sore Cod Sores Infallible don for Rheumfor atHay Mt County Court In Lebanon y There wj a fay crowd In towijf Monday and ihteinesirin all ch any eels wasctive Live stock on the market was llmitedibutauajityjconsidered brought good prices Auctioneer S MeCarnpbeiof Spnngfieldr reports the following sales 1 mare 110 50p pair of mules 250 old mare Ulcow 25 1 head of cattle 975per head pair mules 259 45 shares of Citizens National Ban sold in blocks of five ranged from 145 to 165 per share of 100 averaging about 155 per shale Thirty shares of Marion Natia Bank stock in blocks of Farmv 184 per share of 100 fiebrought Bank brought 150 per share of 100 Two shares of First National Bank stock of Springfield brou ht20259 p 100 Auctioneer russells cried these bank stock sales and has been highly complimented for the successful m ner in which he did it Lebanon Ent- prise Christmas With Thanksgiving safely us t we are racing a song in the homestretch ChristiplansB timerfor prepara tion for this most joyous of all the holidays But it is not all work and worry that ecedes Christmas Just as the light o the sun is diffused over thd earth ristieKegs so the joys ot Christmas precede tne dawn of that great festival by j soy many days as are spent in preparation a for it Chnstmas begins today to those us who beginIto get ready for it It might be near the truth also to say ChriedstyWn mss for those pf us whojdont begin out Yuletide plans in time Christmas is a joyful season because it is a gift season It is probably the only holiday that is by custom app Coi riately observed We celebrate In dependence Day with senseless noise land dangerous pastimesJenttrelyo t of keeping with P er We celebrate Easter with a fulsome show of finery and barbaric display of rdeeplywhich3Sthe fear commemorates We celebrate Memonal Day with games and sports and gambols wholly sparandtour memorialize the deeds and valor of soldier dead Instead of giving oVer Thanksgiving Day to religious meditation and devo ourUShearts in gratitude to the Giver of all good gifts most of us spend the day in just such a manner as to unfit mind and heart for serious lucid consideration of anything We celebrate NewTf earja Day for no apparent reason and in no particular way We just celebrate jit because it w New Years Day thegeeday upon which the Fathe fOf beta of His infinite love for his poor world gave us His only begotten Son and we cerebrate that day by giving gifts to ha those whom we love and for whom we sacrifice with a jpyousness and an uh selfishness more nearly divine than- ther any human sentiment No better method of celebrating this great day could be found It is well to rremember too that we celebrate i giving not by receiving gifts and the joy of it is not more in contemplating theloving remembrances of our friends Wsinglour time and our wealth for them it is easy understand therefore why Christmas is ofmore than one days duration It is easy to understand why the happiness of the season pre cedes it and why its tender beneyo lent influences pervade and its gladness mines the weeks spent in preparation for it Out of this we may well draw one Hnea truly joyous ndEymses Kentucky Star pour Best made I 1 TrustyitPracticalr v DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All guaranteed m over Haydon Barber 11fI Df LAKE tIeINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable tonalthe DR M W HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY rOFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 m 4 to 5 pm MudderSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY S1REffice J k LAMPTON M DISPRINGFIELD KYIOffice in Opera House Office phone Rio 5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49l Night 109 forT SCOTT MAYES ATTATLAWtSpringfield Ky l Ugtsndadjoining in the courts of Washington counties in the of Appeal Courts rCCCMCCHORD ATTY ATLAW Springfield Ky practice in all State and Federal Courts WD CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In trio courts of WashlnlrtoD peals end ad10lnlng counties and in the courts atAI MARSHALL DUNCAN LA WYERqKy Office in Robertson Building Will practice in the courts of Was eand adjolninsr counties tad In court of A peals t 4IIAUCTIONEER t Springfield Ky Crying of public sales a special Will go anywhere reason able Phone 84 H M BRUSSELL AUCTIONEER t LebanonIKyRt3 Couran he cheapest Phone 1 long 1 short Lebandn Exchange JOHN Y MA YES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY useBest Attention Every courtsey shownl BurialRobeiT l Bathtpa pars Bryans Commoner v 1 Weekly CourierJournal 1 Weekly LouisvilleHerald 1 150Weeklyeekly Atlanta Constitution 176 176SemiWeekly175 ThriceaWeek New York World 1 Home and Farm 1 American Agriculturist 176 American Epitomistv 1 1BreedersCountry Gentleman f 1tllu76 Review of Reviews 825 Lippincotts Magazine 2 85 Magazmee 400 Ledger 175 4f35HarpersSunny South 150 7 HWi r e Jitst Like a letlerI FromHomej Have you any rerative or some dear friend away from home J 11 toI fOfcourse you have and you are W wondering what you are going to t1 give them fo ra Christmas gift Why riot give them something jththey will appreciate some thing that will always be a pleas fturefr them something that will fol rem them every week how you think of them something that will go to their home each 4wkand tell the mall about their iold friends and acquaintances r what their old county in gen f eraljis doing We suggest thatyou Give them a years subscriptfon to The Springfield Sun Only 100 1H81 I Do You Want 11 to Buy a Farm 1 priceWtAbout 100 farms in our hands See partial list below twodwellinggrass plenty of never failing water all under good fence No 3195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses two fencePricdwelliIiJtgoodtonkinds of fruit all under good fence plenty of water plenty of grass Price 3 500 No 5i128 acres 7 miles from Sbringfield 12 mile from pike 5 plentyottimber45 per acre No 6120 acres seven room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn fine alltYNo 7200 acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant house 8 newlanddwellingfruit plenty of water Price 2500 No 91150 acres 1 mile from pike on county road 1 mile from oodtenceaILin landPriceNo 10962 acres 3 miles from Springfield close to school six room dwellingin good repair tobacco barn 36x64 erood stock barn under good fence plenty ol locust posts Price 3600 LAKE BOSLEY 8 Oklahomas Land SaleOne million six hundred thousand acres of valuable farm land grazing land belonging to the State of Oklahoma will be divided into farms of one hundred and sixty acreS iLleach and sold to the highest bidder on easy terms continnesfor i at prices ranging from 800to 3400 per acre The average appraised value of the grazing land is about 250 per acre Reduced Railroad Fares v Oklahoma7bys Jmonth rand bear final return limit of twentyfive days from d teof sale Diverse routes are p on these ttcketsthat Isthe going trip may be made thru pne 76section br portion of the State and the return trip thru another For 60InformationRegarding the price and the diverse of the railroadtickets also the terms ofpWcbasepayJ meet and full of the farm lands 1- f iv WriteR F PENN T P or J B GARDNIltM iThe HendersonRit i4 IovisvnYrE KYyI4 r i It t FURNITURE rls mas Gifts satisfactionto pakPedestals For Bed Rom Piece Suit in Mabogany00Thr-ee Piece Suit in Wax Oak c Three Piece Suit in Oak 18 00 to 7500 Odd in Mahogany or Oak j 850 to 3500 Oak Beds 350 to 1500 4Iron Beds in all colors tr to 2500 in Mahogany or Oak 650 to 2500 Folding Beds to 3000 I Bed Foom and Chair to in Birdseye and Oak J 125 to 750 I 100 to 1100 I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR AdvanceI Publisher filtered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the milS as secondclass ITERMSPlf SUBSCRIPTION M Months 50 Three Honthn 25 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR CONGRESS We are authorized t to the Hon Ben Johnson county as a candidate for reo election to Congress froni the Fourth Congressional District subject to the c ion ot the Democratic party Elsewhere iii this issue of The Sun tb reappears the card of Hon Ben Johnson announcing himself as a to for the Democratic nomination for Congress from the Congressional district The Democratic committee for IftheDecember 7 and a call for a pri maryIfor 12 to a candidate for Congress and it is in pursuance of this call that Mr Johnson has an n tis hardly however that a cimarywill be necessary Mr John has made such an able mbthat it is very doubtful as to whether there is a Democrat in the district who can him or who I care to make the race against him It is therefore not that he wilt have opposition and the committee will merely have to declare him the nominee J 8 weeks ago a blackSTRAYAbout r strayed on my place about 4 miles from Willisburg on Springfield and Willisburg pike can have same bs paying for keeping and this ad MRS C A HOMAN he the best and most como line of Christmas presents at 1 GRUNDY McINTIRES St ate of Olio City tssLucas County rank J oath that is e partner of the firm ofF J Cheney Co business in the Cit of County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sub of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and case ot Catarrh that can lot be cured by the use of Catarrh Cure L FRANK J CHENEY to me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 A W GLEASON SEAL NOTARY Catarrh Cure is taken internal and directly on the blood an meussurfaces of the system Sent testimonials free fI1F J CHENEY CO t 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Family Pills for b tion THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15 1mf v or sel ctionIWe a large and well selected stock and will take pleasure in showin and pricing same To assist you we mention a few articles For The Parlor MahoganyMassive English and Oak Davenports u 1750 tO25 00 uches 1100 2250 Mirrors n 500 to 1500 the Tnree Finish 375- 0r Dressers Golden 250 Chiffoniers 1350 Rocker match Vlahogahy Maple Stand Tables matter announce oftNelson candid fourth issued March select unced likely Congress defeat would likely Owner newest plfete Toledo senior doing Toledo every Halls Sworn befote PUBLIC Halls acts Toledo Halls const have Early Parlor for Any Room in the House s todii the Holidays Yours Kyix RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Without Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First classVf Springfield Ky Dfflce iri HfeRon Block up stairs peal News NotesI best made pint cups 5c PJ THOMAS LOST A seventeenjewel Waltham moveientgOld watch without chain Finds will please return to Sun office and receive liberal reward RENTBlacksmith shop and FORt stand only one smith w Address J L DARNELL Mackville Ky r J 7 J Funk sold today 25 yearling mules to parties in Tennessee for 120 par This is one of the finest Ibuncl e of mules ever sent out of thea countyzHaving sold my residence Ija n now selling privately all my household ef Miss FANNIE WALL Sell your Hides and Furs to Griristeadi 3e pays prices At Jones old stand Everything for the Christmas shop per at GRUNDY McINTIRES J If you want something nice and cheap for Xmas presents see ours P J THOMAS I FOR SALE PENTMy house on Davidson Avenue Outbuildings include iara meathouse chickenhouse coal house buggy sheds Easy terms 1CW STALLINGS Sant has come with many nice things for girls and bojys for mother and fath er and will be happy to see you and wait on you at hiss headquarters at P J THOMAS Chrijtmas presents for everybody at GRUNDY MCINTIRES r ItThe Ladiesofj the Baptist will serve ourt Day pinner in February See out before buying your Christmas pi esents Can save you money GRUNDY MCNTIRE Mound City a e more but Mr Leo HaydonI Sel110urIiideS and PaYs prices n At Tonesold stand WANjIEDA large old style cameo pin acid a Dink coral pin for a who will pay libersllYfor same RUSSELLdUse Kentucky Star Flour to your Cakes and make Biscuits Its pure light white and healthful For The Library Tables 3ft 6in x 2ft 6in to 1800 Cases to 2500 Combination Cases 1500 to 2000 MahoganyRosewoodEarly Chairs 1250 to 2000 far the Children Iron Cribs 550 to 900 Folding Cribs 750 to 1100 Rockers tr 100 to 350 High Chairs lOOto 400 Combination Chairs 350 to 500 Straight Chairs 75 to 150 Wagons to 1000 1are the come and look at our and be call ring for business Five head highest church Paints bake 1250 Book 1350 Morris Boys 100 IWe have the swellest line of Christmas Rugs in town and are selling them at 25 per cent less than you can get them elsewhere What is more appropriate for a present for your wife or friend Leachman Campbell Be sure to attend the big sale at E have al11pl1dsof stock including 12 head of extra good mulecolts 10 mares and 2 horses Any one wanting anything of this kind will do wet attend this sale LadiesiLosTrOn last Monday lost a Long Gray Coat between and Springfield It is thought to have been lost in the Fredencktdwn neigh borhood Liberal reward if returned to this office or G D Robertson Cos store MclNTIRE friends here for the past two weeks return to their iiomejs in Uniontown the latter part of thewteek and will be Mr Tom Wheatly w is in Louisville Monday ton business Mr Frank Keene the guest of his son TW kanKe near Bards town Sunday and Mrs Fannie of Colorado was the recent guest o RP Blanfprd Mr3jMrs J R is with lagrippe Miss Mary Bell Montgomery and sis terLouise of Springfield are visiting relatives here Mr Joseph Blanford has sold his 1fieldMr Wood Brown purchased of Mr Frank Keene Tom and Lee Mclhtire one b ull for which he paid 60 I The mission which has been in progress at Blincoe forthe past week closed on last Sunday Itj was conducted by a Jesuit priest a veVyable and eloquent speaker p Miss Clara Hagan of Springfield spent a few days withj Mrs J Cl En sor last week v Mr Bert Kidwell has moved to his new home which he purchased qf the Keene brothers The turkey trade seems on a boom here The highest price paid was 16J cents Mr and Mrs T E Ballard visited Blincoe last week the guests of Mr Will Blanford andfamilv For a Lame ack When you have pains or lameness in the back bathe two parts with Cham mpssagring wrm the palm of the hand for five minutes at each application Then dampen a piece of flannel slightly with this liniment and bind it on over the seat ot pain and you mav be surprised ForlTheUallRack 850to2500 Hall Seats 400 to 1000 Hall Chairs in Mahogany or Oak Largest and Mist Compute Lint of Furniture For the Dining Room Side Boards and Buffets 1250 to 3000 Tables Round or Square Pedestal 500 to 2500 China Closets 1750 to 3000 mntChairs per set 6 550 to 2000 ill CiHtrtl KNtweky For the Kitchen Glass front Cupboard 650 to 800 Tin Front Cupboard500 to f 750 Tin Front Safes 350 to 600 Kitchen abinets h 1250 to 14 00 IOur prices lowest goods convinced I hereDont dtiWeLeachman Campbell Springfield jI1anon Mc1InUre 1Robert nefOf disappeat8 309Kltcnen r I Trade at HTHE BIG STORE and be Satisfied I OUR HOLIDAY OFFERINGS WILL BE GENUINE BARGAINS ILwepropose giving r each and every V person who buys here for the F lp NEXT 3OiiAts A XMAS PRESENT ril mrir II In the Shape of ihtlGREATEST BARGAINS tvir offirid in the middli I of thi season I t t i Winter bs just begun and you can buy now of us at prices usually mad jH r latt end season The eepestcuts will be made in the Mens and Boys V Clothing Departroent ap we are Considerably overstocked in this line A I HI rJAreshowing a choice line of Furs Linen Pieces Fine Table Linens jP Napkins Towels Umbrellas Gloves Handkerchiefs Ties Sus enders JJats 1 Uand many other nice things suitable for Xmas Gifts r tr u I Big R ud UCtIOns In Ladies Cloaks and S UI tsyH II t ITradeat The Bi Store and you will not be disappointed I I The ROBERTsON CLAYBROOKJiCO I 1 INCORPORATED SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY il Christmas Novelties I IldZ We have a complete line of Christmas Novelties presents for ail the family old and young alike and we want your Christ mas trade Our prices on these goods will bring us your trade if you will inspect them before buying Give us a call EVERYTHING YEW I ANYTHING YOU WANT COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF Grundy Mclntiref Springfield t hi ri II 2L JtJ THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER JS I S k F Q r Buy Your Christmas Toys at I Meet meat Buggies Rooks Blocks Tables J A Store VioysY the Toy SAN4 CLAUS SrOPS ARE RIGHT Everyonel H Hfeadqfaarters for Nuts Buy in the LS- frGet t re t Ui SYCAMORE VALLEY t J D Sutherland bought a calf from Lee Settles price 10 Steyei Scott sold a bunch of hots to- 4L WinMerrittlor625perhundnd J D Sutherland sold a small bunch of shoats Be for 19 Little IMyrtle Settles is on the sick list Miss Eva Infnan has been visiting friends in Nelson county for the past two weeks Mrs Will Bowles pent the weekend with her mother Mrs Sweeney who is quiteill 1 Miss Pearl Hick rson will close her school at this place his week Little Miss Leona Crow who has been ill of pneumonia is improving at this writing Tommie Settles spent Saturday night in Willisburg Mrs JS Inman arid daughter Maud Mrs B H IMcIIvand son Robert spent Monday with Mollie Sutherland Black McIlvoy gathered up the re mainder of the turkeys in this commun = ity last week paying 12J to 13c per poundI I FOR STOMACH AGONY Ask The Leo Haydon Drug Co Abou iMi on Gives Re lief in rThey will you they guarantee Miona to relieve promptly and cure permanently diseases of the r theYlwillreturn Have yu gas on s mach Mi o na tablet and the misery is 4One Are you bilious or nervous Miona tablets WIUput you right in a day give relief in 10 minutes Now dear reader dont go on suffer ing with stomacH trouble Be fair to yourself throw dlce and try Miona jit is a grea doctors prescript tion No doctor ever wrote a better one And money back rrom The Leo Hay don Dru b Co if you dont say Mi ona j is worth its weigh t in gold Sold by leading druggists erywhere but in DrnlrlCo 11NMrs Mary Hutchfon says Pains and distress in my s chan ai general stomach complaint was entirely cured for me by the use of two boxes of Miona kind I haveto hesitation in rec ommending its usei 508 Pearl Streett Ypsilanti Mich December 19 19081 ItY M ItICures catarrh or money back Just includinglnlialers di A Shatters I Dolls II6 ALL jShaders JWHERE Born to the wife f Sam Montgomery agirl- Mrs Laura Scrugijs and daughter Corneille spent one day last week with Mrs T W 8uthe fan B H Mcllvoy was in Willisburg Sunday PPYLLOW IlMrs Edward Han y spent Wednesday with her father Mr John Armstrong and family Miss Liza Sc tt r turned home last week after a two weeks stay with her sister Mrs John Crow CoulImu at placeMrs Erastus Per ms and Monday wit John ArmstrongMiss he1fatherMr last Saturday afternoon with her sister Mrs Edward Har by Miss Eva Inman is isiting friends at Botland Several from this place attended the sale of Mr Th sRked at Willisburg ThursdayMiss Cou ter pent last Sunday with Miss Mallie hie ds Leona Crow is some better at IMiss Erastus erkins and Jim spent Sunday with Mr John Armstrong Miss Myrtle Armstrong was at Poor town Wednesday Mr Solomon Kays was in Willisburg Saturday afternoon Mr C W Stallings was in Lexington one day last week 122 Year Old Mr SamPedigo the well known shoemaker of this city read in the Messenger the account oi the manuscript arithmetic now in the possession of Oscar Vandivier of Harrodsburg which it was claimed yas 108 years old He went better by displaying an written by his greatgrandfath er Mr John Beckham in 1787 and is therefore 122 years ld Dates in the book show this fact b yond a peradventure John Beckhani was an old time teacher apd surveyor and lived in Barren county The bp k was evidently written in Virginia before Mr Beck hams immigration ito Kentucky and used by him in his ichool The book was written with a is as plain and distinct as The book contains many such as are in use glosequiUand Upon the death the was given to Mary E m s grandmother and wren she died the book fell into his Mr Pednrp had the book substantially bound many years ago Scholars who have examined the work are loud in their praise of the clearness of tie demonstration therein Bowlmg Green Messenger Royal Neighbor P14at Wilhsburg On Saturda night 18th Royal Neighbors of Bright Star Camp No J50tf7 will giye a play and musical entertainment EverYbodYin- vited VJ l for Boys for Girls for Baby KINDS right Jril arithmetic December 1l ChristmasOfferings J iYou will Haiv no TrO Seflecting Your Press P The Following LIstt IDiamondDiamond Rings Watches Fobs Bracelets r tCuffCombs j NecklacesWaist Gold Thimbles fCollar Pins s TeafSpoons u Table Spoons Knives and Forks fCreamSoup Ladels Olive Forks Oliye Spoons Salad Forks Berry SpoonsI Baby Souvenir Spoons Child Sets ForksSugarToilet Sets- Manicure Sets- Suspenders IJCut Glass BowlqI II I rNappyICruetSII Pppe and Salt boxes Talcum Jars IiPuff Boxes IITooth Brush Jars Silver Tea Sets 1III bpwlsFernery Sham Sets Baby Cups Syrup Stands Bread Trays ICeltry Trays hSDOOn 1All at Greatly Reduced Prices These Goods are High Glass and Will make Valuable Presents Come in Early and see my Handsome Display EdM RussellSpringfield Ky 1Trouble Makers Ousted W hen a sufferer from stomach trouble hesIsee Indigestion fly but more he8 tickled strongnerves right5c t I 11WTEETH Pain er Danger All Done in this office is first I andjnstWfaft 0rer McElroy Shaders GrocerySEI enejeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoee j Personal Notes r i 0 e J eI sitars In and Oot of TownA o Round Up of the Weeks a Personal NeWs e an eooeQ oeooeaeoeaae Mr Margaret Norman has returned from a visit to relatives in Lou isville Mr Winchester Phillips who has been vi iting Mrs David R iitsey has return d to her home in Lebanon Juc ge I H Thurman was in Bards town N onday Me srs T S Mayes and W D Claybr oke are in Louisville this week Mr Kate Wright or West Point and Mis s Nannie Ray Thurman of Lebanon ho have been visiting Judge and Mrs I H Thurman returned horse today Mr Logan Bosley of Lebanon was here S nday Dr W V Stallard was in Louis- Ville Su iday Mr Robert Mayes visited his parents Mr and Mrs T Scott Mayes last We nesday and Thursday Mrs 1 H Thurman visited her sis ter Mrs H D Rodman of Louisville last we k Mis Ethel McClasky has returned to her ome in Bloomfield after a visit to Miss s Lucy and Veola Brown MIs Anna James Harrodsburg is the uest of Miss Ellen Gregory of Pleasant Grove Mr Chris Hertlem and Miss Wil helmn Hertlein were in Lebanon Sunday Dr J B RoBards of Harrods burg is in town Mrs Harry Brown of Lebanon spent ist Thursday with Mrs Theo C ampbell Mr andMrs Marvin Hardesty of Louisville have been visiting Mr and Mrs To u Hardesty Mr and Mrs H R Thompson left Sunday for Denison Tex where they will ma e their home Mis Emily Collier Bird of London Eng who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Ed M Russell for the past eijhteen months left Sunday for a stay in Cincinnati before returning t Eriglz nd Mrs B D Lake who has been vis = ring rand Mrs Walter Thompson in Ashe ille N C returned home last week Mrs Geo Mullican who has been critically ill of pneumonia for the past week is no better Miss Roe Montgomery after a visit to Miss label Thompson has returned to her h me in Lebanon Miss Lizzie Kinkead left last week to visit her sister Mrs John Miller in Bardsto n Mrs Joe Orkies has returned from Montrea Ineq Canada to visit her lit tle daughter and mother who have been qui e ill PUBLIC Friday December 17 09 it 1000 oclock a m On my premises two miles East of the big b idge on the Springfield and Willisbu pike I will offer for sale the propertyTwo Horses 1 Farm Mare fiva Brood Mares one fiyeyear pld Mare one twoyearold Mare one yearling Filly one Red Bird Weanling Colt one Hackney Weanhng Colt one yearling nule five twoyearold Mules thirty god Ewes and one Buck 1 nice yearling eifer 250 bushels corn about ten tons f hay a lot of Farming Im plements TERM All sums under 10 cash Over 10 on 12 months time with note bearing percent interest with good personal security THOMAS DUNCAN iSrltf Campbell Auctioneer rI 4tK A PRETTY Ii Jij IiI Basket of Fruit 1I WILL MAKE lAt GIFt For a PRETTY GIRL T Or anyone that you may wish ta remember on Xmas day Tell us your wants and we will fix the 1 basket to suit you = And then if there is else you need to complete yiwr ToysIware for the older and Candy Fruits Nuts Figs TERaisins Dates etc etc f- orEVERYONEI I XMas Candies at iOc Per Pound IAnd More Than 20 Varieties te Choose From Worth an investigation isnt it Come and lotus show you I McElroy Shader U ISUDDEN DEATH Mr ohni Kemper a cooper who has been employed by the American Tobacco Co died suddenly today of apoplexy The deceased lived at Worth ville Ky and is survived by a wife and3children He was about 65 years of age and was a Christian gentleman The deceased was a Mason and an Odd Fellow and his funeral will be conduct ed at Worthvillo by these orders Ohj You Taft The following song was sung at the Gridiron Club banquet in honor of Pres Taft Senators Judges on Dec 11 the tune being I love my wife but oh you kid Now Roosevelt once was President JButOh yes he dogs huntingShooting singThIs Chorus V RooseveltButHes gone away to Africa But ohyou Taft againAndWe love we love we love Roosevelt But oh you taft III Health is Nlork Expensive Xfun any Cure This country s now filled with people who migrate across thecontinent in all di rections seeking that which gold cannot buy Ninetenths of them are suffering from throat and lung trouble or chronic catarrh from neglected colds and spending fortunesvairly trying to regain lost Could every sufferer the past and cure that first neglected cold all this sorrow pain anxiety and expense couldhavo been Remedyisalways be depended upon Use it and the more serious diseases may be avoided For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug CR Elderly People Helped Free The last years of life are the sweet est and yet the most difficult to pro long It is then that the greatest care is exercised in maintainingtibodily health But the care ways be with regard to the food YOJl eat and whether you are digesting it properly You should not allow your self to become constipated No doubt you have tried salts ash cathartic pills purgative tablets etc ass have come to the conclusion that they artviolent In action and do but temporary good Listen then to the voice of ex perlence with to a wonderful anIt Pepsinto find new friends for it A A Felts of Johnston City Ill suffered from stomach trouble for six yean and found his cure in Dr CaldwellSyrup Pepsin His wife uses it too watt success We could name hundreds 4T others Some heard of it first through neighbors or friends others through the doctors offer to send any sufferer from at stomach liver or bowel complaint a free chargeIfhe will send you a trial bottle direct is your home If it proves itself as h bTbuy1npeoplelikeIt is well to mention that the purity or this remedy is vouched for with the U 3government Also though a tree bottle is sent to prove merits results are regubrbottlesfund your money if it does not satisfy you Send at least for the free test today If there Is anything bosttJe your ailment that you understand or if you any medical advice write to the doctor and he ttO1 answer you fully There fe no charge for this service The address is Dr W ItCaldwell 500 Caldwell bldwr M9ntlceUo HI For sale by The Red CraM Drug Short Santa Claus Has been at our store and left enough pretty things to Supply everybodys wants Our fine9fFf TOYSCannot be excelled f Dolls Tea Sets Beds Sets of Furniture Doll Buggies Doll Chairs Games Story Books Little Trick TIp Toysetci j Every kind of Toy on earth- Nuts of all kinds and Apples Oranges Bananas Pears Dates Rasins Figs and the nicest line of XMas townrFresh Oysters Celery Malaga Grapes On hand all timer Katie Hertlein Bro N JTTTL 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15 iodo WILL BIG FIGHT PAY PROMOTERS 1 t xi w s Expenii of Pulling Off JiffriesJOIinSdi Bout fQE SUMS FOR CONTEST alids Aggregating Over 13000000 Vcre Offered For tattle Punc of 101000 aria H2 3 Per Cent of Moving Pie tw Highest Ever Offered M ri By TOMMY CLARK W1Ienthe twoi fistic gladiators Jack- Johnson and Uim Jeffries crawl through the ropes to battle for the title ef the undisputed heavyweight chain plonsalp of the world themeuwlll tht for the largest purse ever offered for a pugilistic contest one of 101000 and 60 23 c ut of the moving plc tares The bidding for the battle was highest arid most spIritedever known In the history of the prize ring the ums offered aggregating over 3 ofthefly by night towns unaccompanied by a bona fide certified check and were aot worth the paper they were writ ten on- When the time for opening the bids came only those of six were enter talnecUJim Coffrpth of San Francisco Toni McCarey of Los Angeles Eddie Graney of San Francisco Hugh McIn Web of Australia Jack Gleason of San Francisco and Tex RIckard of Nevada wasactePtedTh of such vast a matter of offering a big purse Exxpertenced men are heeded to run the big showmen who can be qepended on to bring the battle to a successful termination To these men the fabulous bids many pf them mode solely for adyer Using purposes read like fairy tales While they are forced to admit that I the JphnsonJeffrlcs fight is without a precedent they know there never was a prizefight any place in the world if the BurnsJohnson fight in Australia can be that dr wja 75000 gate Records of tights in th s country show that the llmi was reached when Nelson and Gaus Bought at Goldfield The gate was 69 The nearest to uils was the 67000 receipts at Coney Island the night that Jeffries beat SharUeyThats the big gest house that Je ever fought to although he came near it in his bout with ebrbfett in FJrisco when t3234c was taken in at tbt gate The CorbettMcLoy fight in Ken York inIpoint Of crowd that night butt when 1the housewas c anted up the total reached only 570 Of course the picture taking privi leges Of the JeffriesJohnson light must lie taken into consideration The pic- tUres will be grealt money makers the fight end satisfactorily wftb victory for tbi white wan but there is a chance thut It will not This fact thus makes tiiis fend of the fight a le aii4 Rambling propositions jirofijtableConsiderable must of neces sitf De incur n holding this big ligbt BIGGEST FIGJHTSi IN THIS COUNTRY AND THE ECEIPTS 69715JeffriesSharVV land 67000 JeffrlesFltz Coney Island 63000 I J trrlescorb tt Frisco 62340 Corb ttMcCoy New York i7000 Britt = elson Fr sco 483U CorBettSharkey iNew York 48000 If the fight pictures turn out well Jeffries and Johnson will split up at least 235000 This is a conservative = t1tnilti The CorbetrKitzsimmous pictures earned pver 200000 This ht has created greater interest allover the world The COlbett1r7sIUl coons pictures the first ever tak en of a big fightw pre poor Today the moving picture iniehlnes are nearly perfect Moreover there will not be another world stirring heavyweight championship for many years and the pictures can have a long run It wouldnt be surprising if they earned u the course of ime nearly half a million dollars Tex RIckard who with Jack Glen son is to handle he fight is one of the the ostilnterestlntCharacterslo lean and from exposure desert eup and WInd and has tofbe eyed thin li ped countenance as an eagles Hes a typical frontiersman Richard Is a gambler just the kind of a hat Bret Harte depicted so delightfully in his stories of California life In the fifties He is full of enthusiasm RJ kard pulled off th GansNelspn fight Jii Goldfield Nev Gleasonj his par tier Is five 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Nut finding new hivess ready they had passed over Into Aunt Hannahs ors chard and stung her and her cow and to pig before going further She decided- to start a suit for damages Elder Thomas had never had a laws suit nor been summ Wed as juryman a witness He had a dread of the law and the knowledge that be was igolng to be sued set him trembling wits no use for him to go over and see Aunt Hannah She peyer changed her mind nor settled n case He heard otsher decision one morning and he spent the forenoon worrying over It He WAP in still worrying after1 dlniipr when he to yet Qut with hoe oh his shoulder to work In a cornfield half a mile outside the village On the edge of the field 1114creekn hour when a voice called to hlin rom the shod He raised his head and lislem d and It culled again He drop hip hoe and took a few steps for ad tend the voice riled out Stop Elder Thomas Stop right 3 where you tire Whoi Is itt Its meAunt Hannah Are you In the shed TbsvFprthe lands sake but whatare you doing way out here and whats happened to you y4u keep your place right where you ir and Ill tell you I came out is k souif blackberries and after I got here the tit took me tp go In swimming the creek I undressed in the shed abd paddled round for half an and when I came out of the wa I fpuud that an infernal hog had wed all ray clothes to toss There a piece left as big as toy hand Ive been waiting here awhdle hour But what are going to do ask the elder as lie scratched the back his bead Dont ask fool questions Ive gb- ttoget home havent AiidI cant get helve without some clothes Id need clothes even if I WaItedtI41 midbnight T gUess you would but you see cant lend you any of mine All Ive got on jis shirt and trousers Who wants to borrow any of you dont Im sure I hunt you to go home and tell your wife about it and bring me back a bundle of her cloths You dont spose Id jgp back to town in trousers do you What you sneak ing up nigher for I wbnt to sit down on that log and talk t6you a min t You sent me word tihls morning that you was going to sue me about the jfes Yes did It Was all your fault and youll have to pay smart money for it1 It struck the elder as he sat down on theiog that the situation was In his hands so to say The spot was 3 quarter of a mile off the road and very There was hardly a chance ot- tbcWomnD finding another messenger or two or throe days Accident might him to accoMplish what delegations and committees had failed to Welt why dont you go asked Aunt Hannah after a tong minute Do ypu think I ant to stay here allI the afternoon There may be moren forty hogs in my garden by this time There are tramps around and roebbe some of em are robbing the house Yes jest as you say replied the elder but think weed better bave a talk before 1 go after any clothes should I after clothes for a tDake1metroubleT clothes i But Ive never stopped a lawsuit and never will And Ive never lugged clothes for a woman fool enough toi let a bog than up her duds Ill buck to work and you can get some one else Aunt Hannah was spunky and beJ stood out for half an hour Then she called the elder back to the log and agreed not to begin suit against him That aint enough be replied Ivebeen thinking Youve made lots of folks lots of trouble Its time you stopped the IawsuIG bushels if you cant see it t way y have tog t out of this trouble as best can Im going to start for home1soon and Ill neighborly enough in case meet any tramps op the way to send em here They way lend you some clothes I Elder Thomas you are a brute- S posing It was your wife taM wife dontsue folks There were threats anti arguments and entreaties but the elder stood term and the victory ivas his When Aunt Hannah had given her solemn word to give up the law he went after the clothes He not only brought them but he brought his wife along as well and then retired Into the corn and left the two women together There were pledges and promises given and for years it was a mystery to the citizens of Clyde why Aunt Hanna so suddenly reformed She died a few months ago and so there is no longer occasion for secrecy r INTERNATIONAL ATHUETICS Oxf rJC mhrMflt andY IIe Harvard Meet In 1110 Attract Interest The apparent willingness on the part of the Oxford uoa Cambridge presi dents gull und tfejlerby to take part 1 11JJikelyor such sports Of course the decislon in such mat ters rests generally with the older leads in the British universities und Is saio particularly with C tf Jackson of Oxford If heIs willing that there should beJ meeting it undoubtedly will come off If he doesnt fancy the idea it is likely it will take n deal of pressure make him change his mind The eagerness has been all on the Ameri can side apparently of late and last springs fruitless efforts to bring about meeting whether here or oDthe other side probably will be recalled by persons both at Hatyard and yale There have beeu no international games since 1904 when Harvard and Yale went to the other side and won events to three Previous meeting there was one in this codntry 1901 In which America won by a 0 3 score A table of international IDtelcoJlegiI ate performances taking ford lulu games of 1894 the Calm bridgeYale games of 1895 and the in ternational meets of 1899 1901 and has been prepared to show the in the various events It shows an advantage for the Brit I ish in the 440 yard 880 yard one mile and two mile runs In the three ustInamed events America has still score to win The quarter mile stands to 2 for the other side The score in the hundred yard run Is 4 to In fa vor of America and the only time the 300 yard nice was on the program theiAmericans won it I America has the better of the hurdle races by 5 to Including tLeextra race on turf in 1895 which therAnieri caus took as well as thee other one that year In the running high jump It 4Xs to one hulf for America a tie in 1804 being Britains best One first In the broad jump Is a the British have Iattained The shot put and the ham mer throw have been clean sweeps for the AmericansIKETCHEL AND PAPKE AGAIN Two Noted Slugologists to Exchange Wallops In January Billy Papke the IlI qotsr upderI jjplt and Stnnlpy IsotcheU called the Michigan Hurricane until he wet de feat at the hoods of Jack Johusoi are to clash the second week In January efore one of the clubs In Sui fran- cisco Papke recently claimed the1 mid sptiedtbatand be strong The Illinois man is so sure be can defeat Ketcnel that be has tjgreed to lett he latter weigh In at HK ringside The comiiiK meeting iNyill be the fifth battle between the pair The first battle resulted Inn decision for Ketcbel The second battle Papke knocked out the Michigan wonder in eleven rounds The third meeting rep sulted in Papke being put down and out in the first round The fourth meeting Ketch received a question able decision Over the latter NATIONAL ATHLETIC EVENTS New Orleans to Hold Track and Field Chicago Basketball and Others The national track and field sham pionships of the Atnateur 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at enjoying telephone service we can nJIne latelyinterest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana andthejsouthern portion of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMP NYJ j incorporated J ow ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES ILWest Southwest TO and NorthwestI 2 TRAINS ISTWITHOUT L No CHANGEmilJ No 820U sum 2 TIIAiN 2TO rFl IST LouisWITHOUT CHANGE t Tickets en Sale First and Third Tuesdays In each Month Return Limit 25 Days from Date ofale Write for Fares and Special Diverse Retlte ArrallIlMek8- R F PWN TPA JP Gl A LOUISVILLE KY- GARDNRR jjM e s r t i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER i OT 1909 N INh ARGrlbI tlU j r rf jl NOTHINGSENT ON APPROVAL r t i 1 tf Mammoth eIt A FEW SUG STIONS TO STOPPED AT J TheMamloth Sale Read every line ck fully t representedwMake out your Ifsi ind bring it with you No matter how the crowd is1 we can always you promptly and without Sfe Railroad Fare all purchases 6f 2500 and out of town customers S as we have Our is on We mak jj efforts to our s ome than any other store in town We are in the of Men Boys and In they wear come to us not by but as a lust The sale ot any IS never until the is and we ot the as most the by and and 4are1 the of the by the Fire and by the not make the price offer F In order TO fedi ce pur stock we have the The best 6f Dip Goods Shoes Hats and you lovy are In this sale at lower than you ever of We will you By of our value if you usa to Dur Our are all new they been on for years of I 1 of r j Here will jbe the most ofthe hour ever to be seen in a stiort time by any firm and any retail store in this in this line II 50c Jl fI 74c 150 t 50 and 75c 39c 100 i 74c Men s Wool 150 values 119 100 values 74c 75c values 41e 200 valuesL 121 350 values I 2JL4 I 25c 19c 50c 39c Knic Suits 200 and 250 i 279 400 and 4PO values 369 750 588 II r Suits 1250 values 839 1000 a 648 800 498 750 vay 498 500 values j 321- ENTIRE STOCK fJ Li II KROME Bloomfield Ky Be Distributed Into The iof The People For Than Cost The Manufacture public atronag fWeare doing always founded exclusive specialists fitting Ladies Children everything Success chance reward article complete customer satisfied regard ccjnfTdence people onebfour valuable assetsegained confidence giving values service satisfaction keeping confidence using above Smoke tjacked Sheriffcould lIpound lowest point quality Clothing Furnishings Notions Threry goods needrriphtj prices dreamed convince prices giving willgive chance shvou goods goods tjaynt twenty VSThe Sensajlion the Day The the Hour highly avaianche majcstic brought together tnKellt ickY equalinginquantjty variety country MENS UNDER WEAR Garments l39cGarments Garments v98c Mens OverShirts valuesl Overshirts Jti Mens Sweiter Coats Neckwear esluoI Boys rbocker vales 1129 i300and35oWnesM and800 vaiiesi Vouhjrjlens valaesl valuesL e8L THE F To Homes Less of Wonder MENS SUITS 2000 and 2250 Uts1 1647 1500 and 1800 Suits 1339 125plSuitsifi 8 98 1000 Suits t 743 lens odd Pants f 150 values1 98 250 values LV197 300 values 1J 233 400 values t 339 500 values IVL 879- Mens Corduroy Pants i 150 valu js i 98 200 vain s 197 300 vale s4241350 values Mens Overdbats L750 values 549 1000 vaI es 1 VI 649 12 50 values 769 1800 values 1439 2000 values i r 1548 Met flats 75c values 49c 100 values81c200 valuesr 1 41 SlOO valuesJ 229 350 values iX 259 Mens Corduroy Gaps 23c r Blankets 75c values LJI 41c 150 valU s j + 119 300 valu s1j t a 239 650 Woo en n u 459 REMEMBER The pocketbookespecially reduc 1Salebusiness honesty 1hnvites teople methods hard the firm IIIposed of their stock to a good but preferred placing the entire stock in the homes the people who help make the career Tiffs WELL FIRM We dont run our store to make a fake sale because our goods all new OUR GUARANTEE We Assure every customer satisfaction Guarantee every price and statement made here Every article in the house marked in plain figur sONE PRICE TO ALL We are not Foing to leave town we expect staVeJ fHI I NOTIONS B 1rac afety P ns per paper a t 2c Thimbles eaCh 3c Pearl Bu tonsiper dozen 2c side Combs per pair JL 7c Combs e ch 4c Ladies 3e Ladies Handkerchiefs worth lOc sale price 7c Mens Fine Linen Handkerchiefs worth 10 and 15 cents sale price 7c Calicoes Domestics and 1IGinghams Calico 5c and 6c quality for 4Jc L L Cotton 7c and 8c quality for5cBlea- ched Cotton GJcand 7c quality for5cBle- ached Cotton lOc and 12 quality tor8cShI- rting Calico lOc and 12Jc quality for 8c Amos cg Gingham lOc and12c qualityYfor9c I Dress Goods Ladies Broadclbth in all s tides worth 1 00 and 1251 sale 73cprice All wool DreBfood of all description 50c 75c and sale price 41c Flannelefts and Outings 10c and 12Jc Flannelette 9c 15c and 17Jc Flannelette lie lOc and 12ic Outings 8c 6c and 7c Oufclng8k 4Jc Everything Reduced wellknown b one most trustwor advantage landkerchiefsU I LADIES VESTS All wool Vests worth 100 and 125 sale price 83c 50 and 75c quality 41c 35 and 40c quality 21c Ladies Corsets 25 and 35c values at19e50 and 75c values at 41c 100 and 150 valuesat 84e Ladles Hosiery 10c values 7c 15c values lie 25c values t 21c Fleece Lined Hose 25c values21cce- ece Lined Hose 15c value111c Ladies Yarn Hose 25c values2lc Ladies Shirt Waists v 50c values 41c 75c values 61c 100 values 73c 125 values 83 a 200 values 141 250 valueav Jl89 Ladies Silk Waists 400 and 450 values sale price r 321 Ladles Shirt Waists 250 values 169 350 values 271 500 values I 341 6 00 values 498 750 valuesT 698 Ladies Voile Skirts 4125d Chance of a life time To secure all yourneeds at less than Cost Many goods will be ed that are not advertised done are has water we yours values This has is of of of KNOWN are to CHILDRENS CLOAKS f 900 values 598 750 values 5 8 500 values 361 400 values 31ft it Ladles Coat quits I 3000 and35OQ values 2250 1 2250 values 1749 1800 values 144 1600 values 1248 1200 values v t 889 1000 valuPsj 649r Mens HosieYSf10c yalues 7 Mens Fancy Sooks 15c values Ulc Mens Fancy Socks 15evalues 2c Mens Suspenders 25c values 21c 50c valuei uMNN43c- Mens Globes 25c values m 21c 50c values t43c 100 values 80e 160 aluYLADIES RATS AT IREAT REBUCTfON WeJ haVe about 3 800 pairs of Shoes fJr Men iaJies and Childrena big line of High Cuts among these will give you a big reduction on this lot We havent enough space in this I Adyer M tisement to mention prices on them r II During sale we win fight the battle of our lives to unload this immense stock of merchandise that will wake up all the people all parts of the country Nothing like it In this part ohe tI country ever seep The most gigantic undertaking ever known to man or woman in spite or the advanced prices in merchandise Te llour friend s tell your neighbors tell everyone of this GREAT AND BEST SALE the country ever had Never again will you have such golden opportunity to buy goods at such prices lIIn this firtat Sale will jo the intiri stock tf Dry Goods Clothing Shoos Furnishings Mllliniry e- tcNext S LNOW GOING ON Door to Drug Store fi HKROIVIE Bloomfield Ky c5 i J nff f i