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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rlfi il i 7 ht m tt r ttf t 1j Ty i I COUNTYr= II1VIo 111jfS Jc SMIMfiFIELD KY WEDNESDAY DEGEMIER 22 1909 t r fI- I HIti1 2j dS 1tff1JF1M ARLABLEVITALITY 1 r t yea bY tf iohw Eddie Thrtynt rte Days t t1 Without rood- Mr i trtil Wi Pddleman who lives neair Mooresyille in this county reports a ofaingv the J pyember election Mr Eddie man aniseed a fipe fat hog which he had on his place Immediately upon dis covering his loss Mr Eddleman began making jnqairies and to institute a search for his porker but without satis t beenig gave up for lost until fast week wher some boys going tf rough his premises discov Bred the hog which bad fallen into and was securely fastened in asink hole The entire i ear part of thehog was in the hole only his head and shoulders being out he boys dislodged the hog and suffered it corn which it refused tot When Eddleman returned home tie QtCed a mixture of milk an slop down the hogs throat after which it began to at anal Mr Eddleman says that since that time it has done but lit tle except at While the hog was TOissing thirl ynine days it had not lost the weight xoe would think Its hams bad fallen o f but its shoulders and the front paLo its body were in good cor dition The nog is doing well and prom ises to be as finga porker as prior tot its disappearance r EL WET OICOUNTY EGive a Y In Local Qtion Election fJBafdstpwri tKy Dec 18 Nelonj county jrns carried by the wets toI day by lUte majority of 654 as against 265 three years ago Every precinct in the cou tYshowed an increased major ity except fowardshwnrBoston and Nelsonyjlle i InB rds majorityrwas 354 4ren paraded with banners sahg tem perance songs at the polls and distribj utedhoitcoffee and sandwiches free The fdrys made a vigorous campaign to carry the county for local option Among the speakers that took a active part for the drys were forme- Gov JJC W Beckham JQdgeORear ot the Court of Appeals Judge I H Thurman Circuit r Judge Samuel E Jones Ron D A McCandless of Hart county and Hon N W Halstead County Attorney of Nelson also made an active canvass In addition Mrs thtgreatest prohibition advocate in the country made an active canvass among thewomen and children The negro voters were looked after by Bishop Davis of Louisville in the interest of the drys t The ctweH made a gumshoe fight and w thout thesid of any speak ers rolled p a majority that was ever A amP rieingt ni7Sates Several c t the best known farmers 1f the cou uty who have recently sold jtheir farm have held their sales dur the pa it week to dispose of tnejr JKye stock farming implements arid other personal property On Thursday Campbell Bottoms had their sale on Friday Thomas Duncan T Scott May es pnSatur lay and J F Smith yester day last Vednesday Messrs J M Eldero T Ray and 1T E Wilson h eld a joint sale In spite of thei cent weather thesales have hen well a tended and the pncesieal V iwd satisfactory as a rule cXMAS LETTER Local griefs Rural Gossip Sales And Social Items By Uno A Merry Christmas and Happy New Yeartomr readers and the editor Ere the lapse of another week we shall have enjoyed another Xmas day and be mWing on toward the New Year May our readers enjoy the Christmas holidays to then tallest is the wish o the writer The recent cold tweather has enabled many farmers to slaughter their hogs and everyone will have fresh meat for XmasJ F Head recently sold a hog to J L Moran for 3250 Several farmers from this section lave sold their tobacco at a fault good average Much stnpping yet to be done Mr J B Goatley was a guest at 1m Hill Sunday Palmer Go tley bought a young m lie from Hugh Gjjatley last We S To Hardily of kforjlin our midst Tuesday on Lucien Gregory of e PalmeriGoatlS H Weekley and T A Tatum re cently purch poundsiof tobacco per cwt Mr and Mrs Thomas Reedof Book MrReed Sunday Mr Thos Baker of Pleasant Grove was at the home of Mrs S E Piles Wednesday Dr JS Hopper of Litsey attend ed Willie Moran during his recent illness Hog killing has held full sway in this ection during the past two weeks Many are without meat hogs and they are hard to find commanding a highj price Willie Ray Moran has recovered front malanwhichrwas apparently worse than his sickness Herbert Moran has recovered from a severe sore throat which together wit an acute headache threatened scarlet fever dangerJIhowever H H Tatum recently purchased a ofenear Hillsborp T P OH lan our valuable assessor made his annual visit to this section Thursday T C Tatum our Jocal merchant has been admitted to the Buyers Exchange and is now buying tobacco on the local markets Miss Pearl Gpatlev attended the Cat lettSheban wedding on the 15th inst in SpringfieldW was the guest of Mrs R K Dugan of Woodlawn last week end Mr and Mrs Jewett Brown were guests of Mrs S Eo Piles of this place Saturday and Sunday Johnnie Piles who has been at Rock Falls I1h during thepast fall has re turned to his home to spend the Xmas holidays i Mr and Mrs Benedict Janes were guests of Mr M Reedand wife Sunday WS Y Goodlett of Sardesty was m our section Saturday on business Ed Goatley recently purchased a 2= yearold horse from Carl Yancey of l Moore vlhe forT30 r ITHE CHRISTMAS BOX Uh travelstained and homely is the country Christmas box As its pushed from post to corner by the rude expressmans knocks But theres something sort of homelike lD the little things it holds The golden yellow heart cakes baked in good oldfashioned molds The jars of quince and appleand you set them on the shelf And a little note comes fluttering UMaput these up herself Jennie sends the citron and wear these mittens doxFor granny sat up late at night to knit them just for you By jinksit sort of gets you that borof little things And a Merry Merry Christmas is the message that it brings And no matter where youve wandered from New York clear toNome There is nothing so inviting as the Christmas box from home Judge Lucien Pmkston and wife of the Orphanage visited relatives at Litsey SundayI Johnnie Piles was the guest of his grandmother Mrs S E Piles of this place SaturdaycandSundav Datum Brown bought a cow from Bruce Mclntire last week for 4- 2JL Moran sold his crop of tobacco on the local market this week Price realized was about an average of the past few weeks Hunter and Ray Goatley were guests at Elm Hill Sunday First Services l The first public service was held in the new Baptist church building in Springfield Dec 19 1909 The pastor Wm H Williams preached from the 122 Psalm the same that was read by the Rev Thos M Vaughan 26 years ago at the organization of the Springfield Baptist church At night he preached on the Transfiguration At both services the auditorium was well filled and every one seemed well pleased with the new building At 930 the Sunday School was called to order by the Superintendent when the 92 Psalm was read at the opening The classes were assigned to their various class rooms The arrangements for the Sun day School were considered very com plete Each officer and all of the elevjen teachers were presehf The total num ber reported by the Scrthrywas 117 with a collection of 530 Prospects for the Sunday School are very fine Judge W E Selecmah is Superintend ent and to his efforts to a great the success of the Sunday School is uet t Lard of Thanks 1 am now making my home with Mr QII assure them that they will always be remembered Respectfully MRS F A GOATLEY Trouble Makers Ousted IWhen a sufferer from stomach trouble takes Dr Kings New Life Pills hes mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly but morehes tickled over bis new fine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all becuuse stom ach liver and kidneys now work 25i at Haydon Robertsons tl Sixth Annual Declamatory Contest OF SPRINGFIELD GRADED SCHOOLI AT OPERA HOUSE Tuesday Evening December2S1909 PROGRAM Opening Chorus Cope to The GayJ ast of SongDe Reef Miss Martins Class Declamation The Cpnquerers Ben E Simms Piano Solo The Dying Poet Grottschalk Louise Searcy Declamation Scene from Leah f Lel Roberts Leah a Jewess has left her people to follow Rudolph to whom she is betrothed He is deceived into doubting her and casts her off for another Forsaken Leah wanders into a graveyard at night She sees the light and hears the music in the church nearby where her former lover is being wedded to her rival Declamation The Union Soldier Rickets Boulvyare A Chorus of Little GirlsChristmas WkesuDeclamationThe Shepherds and The AngelRegina OBryan Vocal Trio Sleep My Little One Taubert Wolff Misses Roberts Royalty and Martin Declamation Scene From Henry VIII Wolseys Lament Lawrence OBryan Vocal Solo Three Little ChestnutsPageDonald Campbel- lDeclamationA Child Again Mary Noe DeclamationThe UnknownSpeaker Chas Haydon Jr Vocal Solo and Quartettethe Garden of Roses Schmidt Misses Roberts and Hertlem Messrs OBrien McClellan and Mayes Declamation The Swan Song iNaomi Rogers Vocal Sextette Rest Thee On Tais Massy Pillow Smart Misses Nunan Martin Roberts Rogers and E and F Royalty DeclamationThe Closing yearWarr n McClellan Chorus by Miss Martins Glass The Millers Wooing Tanning LDECISION of JUDGES Piano DuctL Yellpw Jonquils JohantlingMisses Mays and Hays AWARDING THE MEDALS PROF E N FULTON Prin Bardstown High School JUDGES Miss ANNE MC HORT PROF J S MCELROY or Center CollegeSGEO MEDLEY Chairman Pr t PRICflSr Realized For Tobacco Marker t v V for Last Week For the past week the tobacco ma ket has been on a boom as on Thurs day Saturday and yyesterday prices and averages have gone high0i Sat urday at the Farmers House tour has kets of tobacco sold by Mr W J Flaugher and raised on a farm b longing to Mayor Wm O Head brought 20 cts a pound The sale generally on this day was good as the tobacco was of a fine quality and the bidding spirited During the past week the pounds sold and the averages have been as follow Farmers House Thursday Dec 16 20500 at UJ eta Saturday Dec 18 94000 pounds at 12J cts Tuesday Dec 21 62000 pounds at 1385 Washington County Warehouse Thursday Dec 16 55000 Pounds at 13 cts Saturday Dec 18 93000 pounds at 13 J cts Tuesday Dec 21 93000 pounds atlSJcts Coving tnt Y rl Mr T B Howard the manager of the J P Taylor Tobacco Redrying Plant at this place will leave tomorrow morning for Danville Virginip where pn December 29 at the Church of The Epiphany he will be married to Miss Frances Covington of Danville Engagement fUn ed Mr and Mrs John B Mullican have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Mattie Lanham to Mr Joseph E Hagan The wedding will take place at St Rose on Wednesday Jan 5 1910tSells Stable t Mr R C Boblitt the popular livery man has sold his stable on Wall street assumfcontrol today Mr Boblitt has been engaged in the livery business for Born e years and by his courtesy and attention to business has built up a large trade Mr Boswell who will manage the stable is a gentleman and a businessman who will keep it up to its present highstandard BakerMarlow The first wedding solemnized in the new Baptist church was that of Miss Frances Baker and Mr Ernest Marlow who were married yesterday afternoon by Rev W H Williams Mrs Mar low is thedaughterof Mr Squire Bak er while the groom is a prosperous S farmer of Nelson county Fire In New Haven The building adjoining the Sherwood Hotel in New Haven was burned to the ground this morning The fire was caused by the explosion ot a coal oil stove in the restaurant run by Mr Tom Johnston The property was own ed by Mrs Lizzie Ford and besides the restaurant was occupied by the Wilk- Ins and Colsher families The loss is timated at about 3000 with insuranc- of only 600 Kentucky Standard The newest the best and most com plete line of Chnstmas presents at ItJINDYt MclNJTIRBg r jIe JI tlTTtE PHIL ti aT I51 J TIiOMPsoNI Dies Suddenly in Washingto i Formerly Commonweafthk- Attorney iin This District i 11Col Phil B Thompson of Harrefc burg former Congre8manfro tfc eig ith Kentucky district and one of the best known men in the United Static die suddeny in Washington City last wesk Col Thompson had been iripeoe health for over a year but had beta abl to be out until the day preceding his demise when he suffered a heat err age of the stomach Herwasithie dig ely taken to the hospital but died within less than twenty four hours Jhecareer of Little Phil Thompjr S picturesque Enlisting with Gen Morgan when a boy in hisw teehs he not only fought throughouttfce rrCiVjil War but made a record for hrajv ery which won the admiration of so MK trepid a leader as Gen Morgan After the war CoL Thompson took ap the practice of awe at Harrodsburg Jat whose bar some of the greatest lawyeMk in ntuckypracdced He rapidly came to the front however and wii elected Commonwealths Attorney Jirfl his district of which Washington cozy tv was then a part It wdoubtfiil whether Kentucky ever produced a more fearless or able prosecutor thauii Little Phil After this he was elect ed to Congress for three terms Since his retirement from official life Go Thompson has practiced law in Was ington and lice been connected witfe toany big cases among the numberxbT ing the PollardBreckinndge breach of lnpromise suita f Coll Thompsons remains were terred in Iarrodsburgbeside those ofrJt his father Col Phil B Thompson Sr who recently passed away n4 Cherokee Eds row Dash Into Trams i icLast Saturday the citizens of the Bfr i tie town of St Mary were theunwat ingr witnesses of the most deplorable affair that ever occurred among thesa r Four likely ponies attached to an elf fashionedstage the property of Cherokee Ed took fright a few hundred yards east sof St Mary became wfc jmanageable and rag away The teiad- arted at full speed through St Mary Et took no heed of a passing freight- train and dashed into itrf btu gin tJM immediate killing of three of thepanirt The skull of one of them was grotmi te pieces under the heavy wheels of tie train and the bodies of the other twe were gieatlymangled Strange tosay however the fourth QnvescapedwdIt oply a few bruises The driyer and twfc other occupants of the vehicle toepe L m time to save their lives One of thesei mals killed was a thoroughly tramed pony and was valued at a high pJc v The ponies it is said took fright at tip letrKwThe further fact that they wereset driven by the regular driver may aJeo account for the unfortunate accide ti The seam had run only about three hundred yards when the death deahiri 1 collision closed the raceEnteS Pays 335F6r Ten Earsof Cbn L UfV When the prize grains were put OB sale at the National Corn Exposition at V Omaha Neb the other day farmers publishers ofagricultural pipers ahd plant breeders paid record prices for f the prizewinners tv E E Faville takes home to Des Moines the prize ten ears s of conffot eThee corn was grown by J JtI Overstreet of Franklin Indiana a i f Yt 31Theff erye Court Day pinner inPeoriifiii t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 22 1900 1i i 1l eir L 4 4 + 4 2 i1I i r t r l ic fIth rlEL J t T rIT = T1licriCt llouset4di it r t4 n SUGKStlONS INx i toWomens Handkerchiefs AU Liner Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 35c values f Jor 25c jfcl Dainty Embroidered Handkerchiefs u vfr 15c 25c 35c and 50c r t Childrens Embroidered and Fancy Handkerchief- sJt lU m10J 15 and 20 cents 1I r Womens InitialSilk Handkerchiefs 25c and35c V w Childiena Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs tft 420 and 25 cents Jf Meifs Initial Silk Handkerchiefs 35c and 50c idfct i t i XJVias Art Linens lIv Centersito 350gfc r fftf H t J Hand tIn Jv Japanese Qolhsf5 to 25 cents W Specials in fine SatinDamask and Napkins to match Damask 75c to S150 Zv J KapTnnsV l 5 to S400v v floeai Id red and Scallop 35c50c and tWaistings in Shrunk and tine Sheer Linens Waistuigs mall the new effects m Silks Swasetts el and Mercer d25c 50c 1 and 150 per yd i It Cunningham + Duncan Co Springfield 1 J ARM AND STOCK Interns of Interest to Farmers and i Live Stock and r Roiittry v r fFe a pig all he will eat i1Fthe appetite is Jtept keen the di t jpeartion and assimilation are good 7TjBverylhog house should be fitted with a properly adjusted ventilating shaft Kaoftnat the foul air can escape fi f Bees are the friends the I fruit grower has They do the work v f crosspolleniEation flr Charcoal is one qf the best inexpen wzelpreventives for poultry diseases h may be obtained commercially oils vsvallv in wood ashes 11v aniEII te an effective means of ridding them ji ticksc Better send the pigs tos bed hungry i Minhtolaend them into A wet nest with a fully stomach The results are the tneiand the cost less 2yearold tree can be started more tail than a 3yearold With some bet4arijtef than 24vear old All the rubbish in the orchard and edgardenshouldMany insect pests may be destroyed in- rhirwayv i itches to thoroughly dram the or ehar J Should be made nd always kept iipem It necessary to the best health if any fruit tree that it have r j drainage The age makes excellent slia with 1a little attention the home t f1 ba beautified by the vine while the Attention given will be returned v Interest m the luscious fruit tBare appts on head and wings that iKoka Little raw area pretty good indi themqdeadiSfrda before you know it Diift Ieave the care ofstocktOO t1 to else If your boy yone nte theredirec l i f alr tt XMas Novelties FANCY MIRRORS WOKK ROESt HANDKERCHIEF BOXES COLLAR PINS BELT PINJ3 lOSE SUPPORTERS FANCY HOSE FANCY COLLARS GLOVES MENS SUSPENDERS FAN YTIESjETC ETC Xfoas Kid GloVesJ Womens Black and Colored RidiGloves 100 tO150L Mens Black and Colored Kid Groves 75c1150andN2 fLeather GoOds Misses Novelty BagsLsOc Sljand 1 50 Hand Bags Leather Lined 4150 upto 500 SUITCASES I250 3 501500 and Up to 1250 + + 1 fattening greatest present sufficient me and giving a word of encourage terIStingspring A lime wash whiclihas been found a good protection for trees against rab unslaCkedll11eto little carbolic acid to the substance and paint the trunks of 1erdtrees J One oft e best thingsabout feeding cracked corny is that it takes the Kens longer to find it all Work is what they need this time ot year So cracked corn is a good thingY ttNo more green stuff from the fields now so see to it that your sheep now and then have a bite of turnips or a m1andMake revery thingsnu gable and comfort shout the cow stables Cows con fihed day and night ih drafty places use lip most of their teed en er cry in repairing the loss of animal heat That is wasteful About the poorest way on earth to geteggs is to trps5fp luck for them and one of the ways of doing this to make the fowls trust to luck for their teed and attentioni Apples do not grow without something to grow from They peed more in the way of fertility than they can draw from the sky or froni the tired and wprnout soil If this food is not supplied the trees resent it by withholding their harvest If your trees are not doing so well as they should try 400 pounds of bonemeal and 200 pounds of muriate of potash per acre- Remember that grips the teeth of S and they should have an abun of it In winter when the ground Frozen and a natural supply out on the farm range is not available Fowls ulconfinement must have it supplied to them all the year around Gravel old plaster oyster or sea shells broken bones or crushed crockery will all fill the bill to a greater or less extent Regular chicken grit is not expensive and is probably best Ftjr Etzema letter and Salt Rheum The Intense itching characteristic of these ailments is almost instantly at Manyssale by The Leo H lydoh Drug Co r 4 XMas Umbrellas Womens 26 inch Pure Silk with Black Silyrand Gold Handles beautiful selection JO Mens 28 inch Pure Silk Umbrellas Horn English Boxwood Gold and Silver trimmed25Q to 1Q lankets and Comforts 124Pine all Wool Blankets 3750 114 Fine all Wool BlanKets 5 00 to 600 104 Fine all Wool Blankets 350 to 500 124 Wool Nap lanketsr 200to 250 114 Wool Nap BlanketsvvM 150 to 175 104 Cotton Blankets 75 to 100 Extra Large Silkoline Comforts 350 Large Silkoline Comfort 250 rLarge Cotton Comforts 100 to 200 Rugs and Lace curtains 9x12 Axminster Rugs 2000 to 2500 9x12 Velvet Rugs 1600 to 2000 9x12 Tapestry Rugs 1000 to 1750 4x7 Smyrna Rugs r 4 50 36x72 Smyrna Rqgsfi m 250 36x72 Axminster Rugs j 375 30x60 Axminster Rugs 225 Lace Curtains 50c 75c 100 up to 400 I e RaisersI wih CEDAR GROVEt Messrs Miley keeling and Willie Lewis were at Chbplin last Thursday Miss Sarah Trent ot Polin spent several days last Week with the Misses Goodlett of Pine prove Misses Ida Hayden Ida and Martha Gray Jennie Chesser Veleria and Tayia Goodlett spent last Saturday with Misses Texie and Lucy Barlow A pleasant day was spent by all present Born to the wife ot Mr Thurman Chesser on Dec 4 a fine girl Both mother and babe are doing nicely Mr and Mrs Monroe Mullins spent from Sunday till Wednesday with the lasers brother Mr W S Y Good lett Mr Tommy Settles of Hillsboro was at Pine Grove Sunday Many of the children of this commun i yare victims of whooping cough Mr Will Hard sty and family wills on leave for Mississippi make their future home Wei regret to lose them from our midst What will be Ken tucky s loss will be Miss ssippts gain Mr Russell Hardin and wife spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr J7H Gray and family 1IrsDee Hardin spent last Friday with her daughter Mrs Annie Cut singer of this place Mr Ezra Goodlett and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Mt Zion Mr Clifton Taylor was at Polin last Sunday Land Deals 3i Albertus Smith sold to HP Os borne of Sprin field 54 acres on Har dins creek for 2000 Silvester Smith sold to M J Osborne 100 acres on Springfield and RaywicK county road for 4500 Th s home place of Nannie Br Lankford near Penick containing 125 acres sold puljlicly Wednesday brought 53 per ere and was purchased by Robt M Banisterr W B Yowell William Isaacs and Will Mays The tract of 44 ac es known as the Ed mondson farm vas bought by T M Marple at 90 per acre There was a- good crowd pres nt and articles of different ki Jdssoldwell Lebanon En terprise r Commissioner suSale Washington Circuit Court Ky Levi Satterly PIffi J EquityAlfred 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 bution of the estate I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on Monday Dicimlur 27 JID9i At 2o clock p ms or tbereaboutie ing county court dayto the highest and best bidder at bhc Uction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made A TRACT OF LAND ON THE WAT ERS OF CHAPLIN RIVER InWashintton County Ky bounded glr a corner at a beech tr on the river thence with the meander of saId rivet t0 a corner stone on J WI Satterjyftf thence his line to a corner stone on same and county road leading from Tunnel Mill thence with line o fJ W Satterly to the beginning at a beech tree n river Containing 90 ACRES more or less For the price the purchaser or purchasers with approved se urit bearinglegaland 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 Cr Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky W D Claybrooke AdmrPlff EquityEmily By Virtue of ajudgmentand order of sale of theWashington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1909 in the above styled cruse for the settlement of the estate of M E Drane 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Kyon Monday Dictmbf 77 1909 At 2 oclock p m or thereabbut ber ing 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 property on i t 1 r i It L a XMas Suitsx Overcoats Hart Schaffner Marx Suits and Overcoats 30 25 and 20 yalues for J 42250 1750 and 1500- Weilworth Suits and Overcoats 25 20 and15 values for2015 and 10 Special Holiday prices on Buoys and Childrens Sutis and Over- coatWomens TailoredSuits and Coats r 1800 to 2500 values for 1200 to 1850 In Black ankthe new colors Ky North by the lands of M E Drane which she boughtof Sidney Green con tamingacres o a tract bf land adjoining the above Bdlinded oil South by ttfrnpike on Easfby Tom Hays land on the North by W R Cocanougher and R L Arnold containing about 30 acresFor t the purchase price thepurchaser or purchasers with approved Morit Bearinglegalpaid and having the force a id effect of a judgment A lien will be retained on land for whit bond is executed Bid ders will be required to comply prompt ly with ties terms M G LEACHMAN M C W C C ill Commissioiiers Sale l Washington Circuit Court Ky LEVI ARBERetcPlffs EquityCATOh JL Ju f1 itavBvr saleof le WwM ton Ciwujt Court rendered at the October term 1909 in the above styled effuse j shall preceed to offer for salep at the Court Hjouae door in Springfield RVJ on Mfftday Duemblr47r W 09 A 2 oclock p or thereabout=tie jnff cguntycoSirtjdayto the highest aud best at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the followinfrd sicribed property towit so ordered to made A SRJALL iRLT bp LAND 1asLizzie Belt and Levi Barber on the South by the lands of Ben Kimberlin on the West by Lick Run Containing 10 ACRES more or less For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinlegalp a judgment A lien yillbelretained pn land forrHnch executed Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms t M G LEACHMAN M P WvtJ IC r J ati fI ii Commissioners Sate 1I Washington Circuit Court leyK l Mary RMillerrflltt tyMaryv virtUeor he Kre iir of saleAfrthe1RC trendered at the October trm 9Ot ii the above styWd cliiM f1tKedfttri proceedtodoor in Springfield Kyoh MQnO Di hiJ 2 1Jl t etVcounty ceur dayto and besteiF at py TiretlK iijdor pothefolloWingdsufficient thereof to Uw sums of money so ordered tP be i ads v A TRACT OFMNDU In Washington ICyJ bauiidect tNallyneon Adams on the South by the mdof J H Mclniire and Jks Gooter and on the East by the ands of R 4JUV CONTAINING ABQUT 100 AGREE For thq purchase price the pugtHjUer or purchasers with approved security or sureties must ex flegal interest fro i ite of sale tii paid andghavmg the1zFcandeffect ot a Jud lien wHlbiB etikAfcd on land for wtti bend td txetddBidders will ir to Cffiply promptly with theetterme M G LEACHMAN M C W C U ia t it i I 4t W E GREENE1 BarberShop Lbave purchased of Mr Raymond Nally his Barber Shop next to the Walton hotel and will conduct the business at the same stared lam always ready toserye tit my customers and ask you give me a share of your patronage t v T am gentLtor the Home Laundry bf IxuisVHle amid have a + mybarberCleaning said Pressing call oa HM All wortcfteritiitcci Si + o r t c I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 22 19094TUT fU F JT Mas1E1 Everybody is prepanif for tjristmas andAve have spared PI no plains in trying t h lou prepare I bought my goods early itheref ore 1 am ready to serve you Read the list of presents below I Christmas I N iturany brings thoughts of I JEWELRY I I ltv tn4 the sQandsoest and most durable of all gifts convince that my prices rel my good first class All aijticles purchased here are E RAY f D I IAn lIItII lDwEXCHANGE EXCERPTS Sayings aiid Doings of the Press t At Large Better lose a good coat than a good conscience Western Recorder You can always count upon your friends as long as you have the pricer New York Telegraph Safe blowing is different from mouth blowing The latter is never safe Kansas City Times Are you always ready t fdistribute gojod cheer sweet thoughts and tender retnembrances Mayfield Mirror iftest of truegalIantry is for the husband to let his whiskers grow so as to look older than his wife Glasgow f TitnesIttThe man who never makes mistakes misses a rood manyr splendid chances to learn a m thin OweI tnNeVs Herald J A womati delights in a speaking ac quaintance especially when she Is permitted to lo the speaking Lebanon Enterprise fl 0h the worlds a curious compoundI with its honey and its Withits care and bitter crosses but a good wori after all Ana good God must have made it leastways that is what I say Wheira iiahd aaprpn my1 shouldeir in a friendly sortef way liK t rr C i I A z Dont forget that the saying rGet the behi4 me S t ril f no uset whjen he is put no farther than your- hip pocket tMountain Echo LUC Lu k tapped upon a cottage door Agentle quiet tap j And Lazineis who lounged within The cat upon his lap Stretched out his slippers to the fire And gave a sleepy yarn Oh tbJet hitniknock again He saidput Luck was gone Luiliecit1fl thorOfaintlystill Upon another door Wherft Industry was hard at workIpending iis cottage floor Th door was opened wide at once Ink the workercried And Luck w as by the hand And Dud pulled i side 4lie is still a wondrous guest From out whose magic f Fortune flows fast but Laziness Can neyeij How IpGusy found such a friend 4LuekflerYCaflemY wayir He sighs andquite forgets the knock Upon his loor that day Anonymous At a par v Sarahs aunt said to her Child youjeat aj reat deal for a little iriof Sarah replied Oh A few 1 iil Selections I Fir WIflIlsIIIIrJllllli I and Swtithiarts I WATCHES 4 CHAINS jCHARMS FOBS iLOCKETS AND CHAINS I lUNGS TOILET CASES MANICURE SETS g SILVERWARE CUT LASS CLOCKS PUFF BUTTONS Ie IfSPOONS ETC I In fact the most complete g Ifresentstown ihvestigatiori4ill you fNG r REf JAMES tJGRA VEs1 iIImfIiIIf Come taken Uieref hand understand three Ise not so little inside auritieChic- ag Tribune Thee is no book like the Bible Nowhere can we find such truth or so well expressed Aside from the won d rIul literature of the Old Testament we find in the NewTestament the moral bode which is destined to conquer wqrldBryansCommonerI The Republicans fearing the candi dacy of Hon Ben Johnson for over nor aije seeing the hand writing on the wall aiid Silas Wegglike are dropping bccasioihally into poetry Heraasample Ot all sad words Of tongue or pen t v Thesaddest are hese We may have Ben r Shelby SentineL Boys think its cute to leave home But jthe world givesithem a smack And each sends a letter which says Wear f termwaiking back Miy shoes and clothes are frazzles Im hungryv sick and footsore And I swearlike the prodigal son IlCstick t6 you isver moref Shelby Sentinel For That Dull Feetof After Ealing I Jiave uaed Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets for some time and can testify that they have done me more good than any tablets I haye ever used My trouble was a heavydull feeling af KemptIThey also regulate the liver and bowels They are far superior to pills out cost Jt10fHdid medicine it is t V nstantiy Killed Vernon Coffey Jailer of Green coun ty and one of the most popular and prominent y9 ung men of thatcpuntjr was shot and instantly killed at Greens burg jon last Saturday afternoon by Cooney Bagby The tragedy occur red while Coffey was attempting to quiet Bagbywhoit is alleged was dnnklng and creating a disturbance on the streets of Greensburg Bag y was arrested immediately after the jkilhng and was placed under guard Feeling against the slayer is at fever heat The examining trial took place at dreens burg Tuesday and resulted in Baby be ing held without bond to await the ac tion of theGreen county grand jury Coffey was aged twentynine years and leaves a wife and one child A Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean of Cheny Wash was sayed from a frightful death iSR story to thrill the world A hard cold he writes brought oir a desperate lung trouble that baffled an expert doctor here Then I paid 10 to 15 a visit to a lung specialist in Spokane who did not help me Then I went to California but without benefit At 1q t I used Dr complete1yeverJlFor Lung Coughs and Colds Asthma roup and Whooping Cough slu reme 50c and 4100 Trial bottl fr eGuaratee by Haydon Robertson TcrAflniversry The LouisyUlejTimes will coramemo rate its tw jityfiftfianniversaryiby is suing oiJ3cbe I bigget and greatest and m6st compiete newspaper ever tSrintedim the South or West The f Si a L vpaper will consist of possibly one hun dred 10Q ormore pagesieight hundred 80Q or more columns of matter It will be ilIdstratecIthroughoutwjth hun dreds of halftone pictures The paper will weigh over two pounds It will con tain among hundreds of special articles Important Happenings in the Worlds History tor Twenty five Years kYiistoIlKentucky What Women Have Done and Are Doing for Kfntucky Complete List of Kentucky Governors The New KeituckyThe Old Kentucky Vs Kentucky Pioneers Indians and Mound Builders A Horseback TripThrough Kentucky in8l8 t New PicturedrViews of Kentuckys Magnificent New State CapitoL History of Louisyille foriTwentyfive Years Hundreds of Other Special Articles and Hundreds of Timely Pictures The Times of this issue Friday Dc cember 31 will be a history and a souvenir worth keeping for5 all time Despite the tremendous extra expense the price gfthis gjceatpaper wijljbe the same as usual 2 cents a copy Aqd 3 cents to this if you desire it raaiTeIvto you direct from The Times office As a small indication of the expense The Times is going to in getting out tlis Twentyfifth Anniversary Number it maybe stated that the actual cost of the5 white paper alone used in one pa per is about fiVe cents If there is an agent in your town order the paper from him at once for delivery day of publication If there is npitfagent send your order direct to The Times with remittance for one or more copies Barber Will Construed The case of Ceceha Barbers Execu tor c vs Amelia L Baldwins Executor c was tried last week before pecialJudge Burton Vance of Dan yule The suit ipyolyed the construc- tIon of the will and settlement of the estate of Mrs Barker The Court held that the part of the codicil which seemingly s disposed ot the residuary estate after the payment of specific devise would not stand of itself but passed out with the clause of the wjll eliminated byth jury on thet trial of the will con testoThis diyides the residuary estate between the Barber and Baldwin heirs An appeal is being presented by tie Executors ot Cecelia Berber deceased arid the will is to be construed by the Court of AppealsWiCentucky Standard A PLEASANT WAY TO CURE CATARRH rIC Poor deluded victims Continually sprinkling and spraying and stomach dosink What are yoU doing itjEprf TryingtO k14 thecatarrh germs Might just as well try to kill acat with fresh milkISticking a piece of chewing gumin the upper left hand cqrner of the right ear would slaughter just as many germs You can get where the germs are by breathing Hyomei the powerful yet soothing antiseptic which is prepared especially to kill atarrh germs Just breathe lt in thats all It gives joyful relief in five minutes It is guar anteed by The Leo Haydon Drug Co to cure catarrh or money back It is sold by leading druggists everywhere A complete outfit including in haler costs 100 E tra bottles 5Qc Cures sore throat coughs and colds- I take especial bride in recdmmehd ihg Hyomei to asthmatic sufferers as I know by experience that it ISa remedy that cures lhav nQt sinie using Hy omei had any recurrence ot asthma Mrs Wm Burton Owosso Mich June 22 1909MIONA Cures Indigestion It rclSgres stomach t g4om aclr cUItease Qf oIls7 rbox 6 lets 50 cent Druggists A f Df W F Trusty Practicl t N Dentistv t 7 SPRINGFILDECKYAU work guaranteed Office over Haydou harbor B D LAKE j Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident reliableandworld Your Insurance solicited T DRJM WfHYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUGSTORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1Q30to iin 4 to 5p nu DrJ C Mudd iFSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY CJ HAYDON8 Office MIJ HlAMPTONMp- SIBINGFIELDo KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No38 T rMISSELIJ ADAMS NURSE a i TELEPHONES Dajj 4fr Iflteht 109 T SCOff hAYES ATTYkTLAW Springfield Ky- WI1ipractice in the Courts of WnshinRtor ofAppeabandFederal t C ic McCHORDA- TTYrATLAW SpringfieldKywml Federal Court W D CLAYBROOKE AJTYATLAWi Springfield Ky Will practice in the courta of Washington AppealsMARSHALL DUNCAN LAVYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Washlngtond S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky tlpeclaIty1WiU H M IRUSSE- LLAUCTIONEER Lebanon KyRt 3 CanILebanopEx9hange JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and urial Robs Telephone Day 19 Night 74 7 THE SUN ANDBoth perslyr Bryaas Commoner 150 Weekly COunerJourna14 160 Week1r Louisville Herald 1EO Nashville American L5Q Weekly Cincinnati 175 Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly SL Louis Republic 176 SemiWeekly St Louis Democrat t 175 ThricearWeek New York W rldl76Home Farm125Ame-rican Agriculturist v 176 American Epitomist 150 American Frijier 150- Bi5eeders Gazdfte 225 Country Gentleman 200 Fireside 126 Farm Field and Fireside 1Y15 Review of Reviews325Magaiine285Scribners Ledg Monthly 1WS- 7SHarpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South L5P II 3 1 t t JiiikiaLetferLi 3S 5tr From Home 1i Have you any relatives or some cteaiiii r away from home V Or r t 1I+ f Ofolte3ouhave and you are iJv i ivpndenng what you are going to to e give them fora christmas gift h f f kh Y pokgiye them something that they will appreciate i some thing that will always be ai dleas j Y lire to th6m sornethingtthat yi11 r remind them every week hbNy you think of them sometliiigI that will go to their home eachMv Y fweek and tell th mall abouttheir I qjd friends and acquaintances J 1 Si1andwhatth r r I o1dcountyihgeh x vy J iV derails doing IS T j Jf1t K 1v qiWe suggest that you t ttGive them a years subscription to 2d 1 The SpringMdStin X r T3 0 i Only 100ct II SPSlSt t S1SS1S1S4 II Do You Want toBuyaFarm-r L Wi can sail youont any sin any licitiin iRy prici- Wt art ready at all timtsto skiw yew Ctmt midsee MS About 100 farms in swr kinds Sit partial ListhhWS c No 2237 acres six miles from Sprmgheld 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 ff No 3195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelUpgJ1QUM tro barns plenty of water all of farm in grass all under good fence Price 55 per acre No 486k acres one mile east of Mackville 8 room dweliingI good tobacco barn all outhuildings fine orchard of 500 treee all f kinds of fruit all under goc4feflceplefltyQf waterpienof grass Price 3500 v No 5128 acres 7 miles1 frorii Sbringfield 12 mile from pik 5Iroom dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn new pleetypf timber good stock barn all the farm will raise 45 per acre it No 62o acres seven room dwelling 12 acrfub c bm i stock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres of UP under good fence no overflQWJand Pnce 85 per acrQ JIrl1 Nor 200acresron good pikeirioki1eiling tenant tobaccobarts fine tobacco land at least onehalf ot the farm nw lang p ce40 per acre No 812 acres imilefrom prin1fieldon pike 5 room dwell in in good repair good barn undergood fence plenty ot fruit plenty of water Price 2500 i SJNO 9150 acres 1 milelrCJn1nike on county road Imifejfrcm tI Loretto 7 room all under good ee all in grass except 16 acres plenty of water telephohe d rural route fine stock bam fib feet square plenty of aeco lax L Price 3Q per acre r1 Y ifJ t s Np O96 acres miles from Springfield Ctosetd flcncMir aiJ froom dwelling in repair tobacco barn 36x64 good stock bar undergood fence Aplenty ot loclist pOsts Price 3600 1 jS LAKE BOSLEY 88 4SSS ttl Is- IiOklahomas LandOne millionsix hundred th9usandacrescifl7aluabler and grazing land belonging to the state of faraflroof will be divided into farms of one hUhdred arid s xt teach and sold to the highest bidder on eayier AUCTION BEGINS DECEMBER 16 1309 and tfor 21 days The agricultural land has been appraised at prices ranging from 800 to 34UD acreT The average appratsedvque of the grazIng land Is about 250 per ac- reReduced t 4 t Railroad Fa j Via THE HENDERSON ROUTE to all points in OklioBwiJ Tickets on sale the first end third Tuesdays w each month and bear final etupi limit of twehtyv tay y front date of sale Diverse routes are permitted oti thetickets that is the going trip may eindetie C section or portion of tHe State and the return jtnpthjru another For t Full InformatioilRegarding the price andthe div t of the railroad J etsJa1 P the terms of purchasejuy nient and full description of thefarinilmridsV l ti h SI4J31 iTtttt It 4 R P iENN T P AJJ or J GARDNER G P L The Henderson1i J ftf x3 I4QpyqI V XvJ t f tI L j THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15 1909 J r f For BedRoom Three Piece 18 00 7500 Iron all to 2500 or Oak G50 to 2500 Folding Beds 1350 3000 Bed Room Rocker and Chair match in Mahogany I fPRlMjFIELD n SUN EVERY WEDNESDAY 3tIBSCRIFTION ONE DOLLAR ii r In Advance fHL SMITH Editor and Publisher Krlivered at the postoffice at Springfield i Ky for transmission through the ai16 eondclass matter SUBSCRIPTIONt Oe rear J 5oThreeMontb ANNOUNCEMENT Fox CotrGRESSWe are authorized to Hon Ben Johnson of as a candidate for re elannonncfthe from the Fourth subject to the action Ot the Democratic par- tyINOPAPER1 t NEXT WEEK To our Subscribers and Friends 4 Af Merry Christmas and Happy New Year There will not be an issue of lvThe Sun next week as this is Christmas time and we are going rho take a week off and celebrate a The Sun has never been pub dished during Christmas week and to follow our regular custom this is our last issue this years our nextpaPer will be published jan r jr v uary 5 I9oIJ Irhe Suns office will be open every day except Christmas day to receive orders job printing 7 anoV advertising and to accept all pavlments on subscriptions r r The Club Hello are you ready for the Holidays d Avoid the rush Let us clean and dress your suits and overcoats ladies coats and skirts now so you will be ready for Xmas GEO G GOWDY Prop c State of Ohio City of Toledo l ssI f j Lucas County Frank J Cheney makes oath that he I Vis senior partner of the of fJJCheney business in the Ctfyof Toledo County and State afore aid and that said firm will pay the ruin of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS forieach and every case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY t Sworn before and subscribed in my presence this 6th day December- A D 1886 A W GLEASON SEAL NOTARY PUBLIC Halls Catarrh Cure is taken and acts directly on the blopd and aoiiouB surfaces of the system Send Jfor testimonials free sf J CO Toledo 0 Sod mil DrusrglstSj 75c Puke 1i Ws Family Pills for consti gr t fURNITURE For Christmas Gifts atlsfactionselection We have 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 Tree Piece Suits in Mahogany EnglishandOakDavenports 25 00 1100 to 2250 Chairs Odd and Fancy in Mahogany and Oak Pedestals In Mahogany and Oak iParlor i 500 to 1500 the i 36500ThreeSuit in Golden Oak to 3500ZBeds in colors 250 Chiffoniers in Mahogany to to 750t ISSUED as for firm l ito me of F CHENEY for Any Room in a We think size little have a good stock thaourdirect and prepared make you the closest on respectfully toyou the Holidays for Springfield Dr G 1 hi Burton RESIDENT DENTIST teeth with iout Pain jCROWNWORK A SPECIALTY Dental Work Strictly First clas Springfield Ky Office in Hagoa Block up stairsi t Local News Notes Ladies and Children Cloaks at au ti CAMPBELTI The Ladies of MethOdist church will serve dinner oni county court day in April r Five best made pintcups 5c P J THOMAS IFOR RENT Blacksmith shop and i1wwniAMackville Ky sold jny residence 1 r Sell your Hides and Furs to Grinstead highest prices Jones old for the shop per a GRUIJDY MCINTIRES If you want somethingpice and cheap Xpias presents TxoMASISALE OR My house on Davidson Avenue Outbuildings include barn meathouse chickenhouse coal Easy terms C W Santa has come with manynicethings irls and boys mother and fath nlwaitChristmas everybody at GRUNDY MCINTIRES See buying your Christmas presents Can money Mound City Paints may costa trifle more but Leo Haydn H Sell your Hides and Furs toGtinstead pays highest prices Tones stapd ANTEDA style cameo pin and a pink coral pin a customer will pay hberallyfor same M RUSSELL s We have the t line of Christmas Rugs town and are selling them 25 per cent less than you can get them elsewhere What more appropriate for a present for your wife or friend Leachman Campbell For The Library 1800BqokCombination Cases 1500 to 2000 MahoganyRosewoodEarly Morris Chairs 125Ho 2000 For the Children Iron Cribs l550 to 900 Folding CribsxLv 750 to 1100 Rockers 100 to 350 Chairs J 100 to 400 Combination Chairs J 350 to 500 Straight Chairste0 75 to 150 Boys W 1000r Dining per Kitchen toOOTin priesare the lowest look at our goods and convinced the House hereDontof our city we WE KNQW we are 25 per largerbuy from the factories are to Yours in e1tCheapl ask Leachman Campbell Ky Extracted the am now efifects He pays At standrEv for see ours Foii KENT house sheds for for presents for ours before save you GRUNDY MCINTIRE Mr He At old W large old for ED swell in at is High ILOSTA seventeenjewel Waltham old watch without chair Finder will please return to Sun office and receive reward Dont fall to attend county court Monday and be at the auction SM CAMPBELL ESTRAYA straycalf carrie to my place abtiit 15 A red bull calf about 6 rionths old Owner may have same icy paying for keeping and this MARY C TAYLOR lad Qfli in of goods will be sold at auction S M CAMPBELL EveJbOdY wil enjoy the and m sic at the entertainment given Iby the School pupils at Opera House next Tuesday Dec 28 Seats on sale t Lots Iof good Hats and Caps Monday at auction H M CAMPBELL COURT DAYNext Monday is County Court day While in town renew your subscription or sUbscribe and takead vantag of our clubbmg rates Read Iad on page 5 and see our offer 1019Hr Everybody up their subscription or subscribing fQrJhe Sun between this date and Jan The South ern Agriculturist free for pne year ad on Page 6 PULLIAM- Miss Mary Breckenridge of Willis burg is a few days with her sister Mrs Magge Thompson Mr Purlin anil Harry Pinkston of Bardstown spent Sa Urday and Sunday with relatives at this place Mr Henry Thotnonand three chil dren visited Mr bee Shewmaker Sun day The party given at the home of Mr Obe Cheatham was well attended and everybody reports an time Misses Ellen and Eva Maggie and PearFlOlvs spent Sunday with Miss Dora Harlow Homeis hoot house was well attended Mr Lee Harlow visited Mr Lonnie S Snewmaker Saturday night withFhis sister Mrs Uriah Keeling Mr Letter Colvin and wife spent Fri day with Mr Grant Scott and family Play at Mackville The pupils of the Mackville school will present the play Willowdale tomorrow night Dec 23 Prof Hume has been training the company ofyoung people lor some time and will undoubt edly give the people a good nights en tertainment A Rood musical program has also been Could Not Be Better No one has ever made a salve oint mentel lotion or balm to compare with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Rheum For Sore Ey s Cold Sores Chapped Hands its supreme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at Hay don Sr For The Hall Rack in Polished Oak 350 to 2500 Hall Seats I 400 to 1000 Hall Chairs in Mahogany or Oak largest and Most Complete Line of Furniture in Ctntral KeNt sk 7 For the Room Side Boards and Buffets 1250 to 3000 Tables Round or Square Pedestal 500 to 2500 China Closets ttlso to 3000 Chairs set6 550 to 2000 For the Tin Front Safes i 350 to 500 Kitchen Cabinets i w 4260 to 14 00 Kitchen tables o300 Kitchen Chairs f J i 60 to 200 Our come and be for thy and citiesWe price anything our call during business j All Having rything Christmas buggy STALLINGS who liberal Oct tock lotjs speaking Graded special Read spending enjoyable Shewmaker arranged Salt Robertsons 225 I Trade atTHEsic STORE andbe Satisfied OUR HOLIDAY OFFERINGS IMiWJLLBE GENUINE BARGAINS i II I J we propose giving each and every person who tuys here for the 7 1 S I1 i ttNEXT 3O DAYS R y ref A XMAS RrflSIINTi tf I Inthe Shape of the GREATEST BARGAINS eYerof din the middle fT r of th1 slason A jg iVl Win er haam I vattend of season The Deepest cuts will be made in the fens and Bo-ys Clothing Department ap we are considerably overstocked line Att r Are showing a choice line of Furs LinefiT Pieces Fine Table Linens i iPkiris1Towels Umbrellas Gloves Handkerchiefs Ties SusperidersVHfe I t Shphs and many other nice things suitable for Xmas Gifts v I I t I b v J i p Big Ructifctions in Ladies Cloaks Iand Suits U L1 rf I I Trade at The Biff Store and you will not be disappointed The ROBERTSON CLAYBROOKE CO J INCORPORATED SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY I Christmas Novelties We have a complete line of Christin s Noveltiespresents for ail the family old and young alike and we want your Christ mas trade Our prices on these goods will bring iis your trade if you will inspect them before buying Give usa calh EVERYTHING YEW ANYTHING YOU WANT f COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF a Grundy Mc1ntirepr1jifie1d p t I j A THE SPRINGFIELD SUNrV EDNESDAY DECEMBER 22 1909 5 18 et SPECIAL H OFFER 2 Papers For Price of Oq2 Until January IWlOPOSIJlVELY no longer rTo all subscribers paying up their sQbscriptions and all new subscribers we will give FREE FOR ONE YEAR I The Southern Agriculturist This paper is considered the best Farm Paper in the South and is one that anyone would be glad to have come to their home Every farmer should have inahis home and The Southern Agriculturist is one t you will find many things of interest to you 100SOUTHERNTotal tt150Our Offer until Jan 1 both one year for 5100 tollowinkClubbingRatesVhjqh stand good until further notified year350I 50IJLouisville Herald Ie tIi 325 ih Weekly Cdurier Journal u yl50IHerald u li 140 Farmers Home J L75 L ournaiADD ESS ALL ORDERS TO THE SPRINGFIELD SUN Springfield Ky r m 8Iel 8181 l HARDESTY The people of this community took adyantage qt the cold weather and several hogs wpre butchered Misses Tavieand Valeria Gopdlett Martha and Ida Gray and Ida Haydon spent Saturday last with Misses Texie and Lucy Barlow Mr S P hesser and son Ray were in town one jday last week on business Mr Walter Lewis wite and little son At BL spent Sunday With Mrs Lewis mother Mrs Molly Williams Miss pilie Gray is visiting friends and relatives in wedkfWhooping cough has been raging in this commuhity for quite awhile but we are glad ito report every one getting along very nicely at present bIttB f Prather of Hilisboro spent Sunday with tJ H Gray Mrs Waiter Lewis and Miss Ida Gray were in Springfield Monday Mrs Luc 1lyMr ChaplinIspent WednedaY night at the home of Mr J HGfay Mrs Molly Williams purchased a nice gilt from J Gray Mr Wilh g Smothers spent Thursday night with Mr and Mrs J R Gray Misses Taj vie and V leT a Goodlett entertained at flinch last Wednesday night Those present were Misses Ida Haydon Sarah Trent Martha arid Ida Gray Messrs Charley Trent Willie sold going I a 1 m sale 1 mare 11 yearsold bred to of the best saddle in the county anywhere and perfectly safesafd for ladies to drive not afraid of train or automobile 1 9y ar 01di work horse a firstclass work 1 coming 3yearold Black Gelding by Chestnut and out of a fine mare Well broke to single and double 1 milk cow 1 yearling Steer a good 1 Black Steer Calf it st weaned 12 horse wagon good bed 1 Spring W gon 1 Rubber Tire Stanhope 1Rubber Tire Buggy 3 Good sets Harness 1 set nearly new 35 Harness i Bcgemann make 1 nice Pole 1 good set Wagon Harness 1 new 2 home Road Scraper 1 Hay Frame Smothers Ed Scott Joe Grace Herbert Hardesty Walter Scott Robert Sutherland Will Edgar and Ernest Gray andMr Stiglett Misses Sarah Trent and Virgie Har desty spent last Tuesday with the Misses GlaYiIMrMlt Cheserand Miss Texie Bar low drove to Springfield Saturday and were quietly married Miss Ida Haydon closed her school at this place Friday A Shining Mark What Parisian Sage did for theII was so bald and such ashinin mark for my friends that I as a stre sort your Parisian Sage after try adverI nowImyIShimnggladly recommend Parisian Sage to all afflicted wIth baldness Chas SoBak er 491 Main St Rochester N Y Parisian Sage the only hair Hayiling hair and cure itching of the scalp money back li is the ladies favorit- hair dressing because it adds charm an luxuriance to the hair 50 cents abottl Ask The Leo Haydon Drug Co about it PUBLIC SALE Having my farm and to move to town will on the premises one mile from Springfield on Lebanon road known the Bill Hamilton place on Thursday December 3D 1909 At oclock p offer for following personal property bay Jack one mares work Dare work extra one extra Top Single Double Bug Chas tried East natural the the with 1 nearly new Turning Plow 11 horse turning plow 3 Double Shovels 1 Single Shovel 2 A Harrows 1 Mowing Machine v 1 Hay Rake 2 Round Diggers 1 Flat Digger Shovel Cutting Box Hoes Forks etc 22 nice Shocks Fodder corn shucked off 7 stacks Timothy and Orchard Grass hay 2 stacks Clover hay 1 Clover Rick J pile Orchard Grass straw 1 four passenger yard swing 1 porch bench 1 side Saddle 1 Mans Saddle 1 twenty gallon kettle 1 nice couch 1 nearly new sewing machine 1 good step cook stove only been used three months saferashingmachine other articles not here mentioned TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY Ob SALE j S Ma CAMPBELL a MARION BRUSSELS AuctioneerSs Ifi WILLISBURG The marriage of Miss Jimmie Lee Steel to Mr Earl Ch a quietNly s lemnizedln the Y parors of the WednesdaysafternoonW a k only the immediate fam- ilybisent Rev J W Grubbs pastorotthe Christian church performed the ceremony The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs E W Steel of this place and the groom the son of Mr and MrsWP Cheat ham of near Mackyiile The writer ex tends congratulations The play given by Bright Star Camp Royal Neighbors of America on Saturday evening Dec 18th was large Iv attended Rev SFSimnis former pastor of the Baptist church here and wife left Friday for Macon Georgia to spend the winter Mrs S B Yeager was called to the bedside of her father MrYancey of Alooresville Sunday last Miss Olhe Gray of po1nis visiting relatives here this week i Mrs Will Long of Rockford III re turned to herr home Saturday after a four weeks visit to her father Mr B F Colvin Mrs Sam Blackerby of Kentllmd- Ind is here on a visit to friends and relatives Charlie Mcllyoy and wife of Mand are with the formers parents this week Mrs Rufus Foster and children of Bagdad are spending the holidays with tl1 McllvoritfWe are sorry to report Mrs S S HughesItonIi JlriJTIi1mnurmtII1I1JllffinIIIIIm1 mnIfUmJIft Russells Christmas Offerings r i Seelecting Y ur Presents From ListgDiamond Broaches Diamond Rings Watches Fobs Broaches friLorgn tts fyjz Brace etai Pins vCuff uttons iNecklnces 1r xn Waist Sets N fefpv Gold thimbles Collar Pins Tea Spoonsr Knives and Forks K Sugar Shells vVCream Ladels SSoup Ladelsa kt ivOliyeSalad Forks 3 SpoonsdSpoons SetsePearl HandleKnives and Forjts Sugar Tongs Toilet Sets- Manicure Sets- Suspenders Cut Glass BowK It Punch Bowls IINappy Cruets P pperandSalt boxes Talcum Jars II Boxes Tooth Brush Jars Silver Tea bets CButter Dishes Baking Dishes Crum Trays Candle Sticks Cream and Sugar bowls Fernery IIShamy Sets 4Baby Cups II Syrup Stands uBread Trays II Celt ry Trays Spoon Ail at Greatly Reduced Prices These Goods are High Class and Will make Valuable Presents Come in Early and slimy Handsome Display Ed Mm RussellSpri jfiild Ky i T 1111SIIfI Iw V STALURDr SrSPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH EXTRACTED THOt- 3TirUiYrriii Done in tilts office Js first I andjust j j Ovor McElroy Shaders Grocery f OeOeOOe eoeoaeoe oeae 0 is o Personal Notes f 0erIoVisitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Up of the Weeks o Personal Newse 0oe0800eoe Heap on more wood the wind is chill But let it whistle as it will Well keep our Christmas merry still Sir Walter Scott Mrs A L Jenkins of Cincinnati is at home to spend Christmas with her paints Mr and Mrs GD Duncan 4Miss Rodman Thurman mat home from Science Hill to spend tne holidays with Judge andMrsI H Thurman Miss May Mayes who is a student at Sayre institute Lexington and Mr Root Mayes Who is attending Kentucky State University are at home to spend the holidays with their parents Mran Mrs T Scott Mayes Miss Eleanor Duncan who has been visiting her sister Mrs A L Jenkins in Cincinnati for four weeks returned home Monday night Dr E McKay Miller of Buffalo Ky visited Dr Trusty last week Hon John W Lewis who has been holding court at Williamsburg for the past five weeks has returned home Mr and Mrs Jas Allen J of Bloom field spent Sunday withMr MrfPalmer Grundy =Mr John Brady of South Carolina is the guest of his brother Mr C L Brady MM J S Claybrooke will leave the latter part of the week to visit her mother Mrs Smith in Bardstown Messrs Jack McChord and John- Shuck McElroy are at home from Center College to upend theholidavs Miss Anna James whd has been visiting Miss Ellen Gregory and Mrs Everett Busters has returned ito her home in Harrodsburg Mr and Mrs WjE Greene were in Louisville last week Mr Stout who accompanied the remains of Mr John Kemper to Worth ville has returned home Miss Lydia McElroy who has been at Burksville Ky for the past three months will arrive today to visit her parents Mr and Mrs W H McElrjoy Mrs T B Blanford who has been the guest of her mother Mrs Nanne Simms left last week for her home at Straight Creek Mrs Teresa Mudd has returned from a visit to her son Dr Ed Mudd in New Haven Mrs Geo Mullican who quite ill is still in a very serious condI tion and all hope of recovery has been abandoned y Miss Fannie F Smith has returned from Louisville Mr Ed Flaherty of Fairfield was here Saturday Miss Willie Knott has returned from a several days stay in Louisville Mr and Mrs R H Shader have returnedtrom Ohio Mr Clarence Comes of Hunters Station was here Sunday Miss Laurai Baker has returned from a visit to relatives neat Ba ds town Mr J C Clements spent a few days in Louisville this week Miss Mabel Williams who LJ a stu dent at Hamilton College Lexington arrived Monday tospend the holidays with her mother Mrs Kate Williams Dudley Robertson arrived today to spend the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs C D Robertson Downing Robertson who attends school at Staunton Va arrived last week to spend the holidays with Mr and Mrs W Kv Robertson Miss Maude Blvthe who has been the guest of Miss Sue Ray severalI weeks left this morning for her home in Iowa t PfJ M A PRETTY L 1Basket of fruit r IWILLMAKe I PRETTY GIFT For a PRETTY GIRL- OrI anyone I dayTellA basket to suit you 1 And then if there is else Your need to complete your nyToysI1war for the older and Candy Fruits Nuts Fijs s Dates etc etc for = I I 1 EVERYONE I X PounflAndJ Worth an investigation isnt it Come and let us show iou ShaderLMisses Stella and fyottie Storms left this week to yisit their hunt Mrs F E Kuhn in Nashville Tenn Mrs G E Medley has returned from Owensboro Mr and Mrs Jesse Rapier of Bardstown will arrive the latter part of the week to visit Mr an l Mrs C L Price Misjsea Nell McGill Louise Tucker Lois Johnston EmmaRose Polin and Addle Willett are at homS to spend Christmas Messrs Parker Medley Richard Spalding Ben F Simms and J C Shader Jr who are students at Si Maryfs College will spend the holidays at home Misses Nellie Simms Ernestine Knott and Isabell Medley are at home from Nazareth for Christmas Miss Isa Colvih of Fairfield is the guest of her brother Prof Gep W Colvin and sister Mrs TD Tapp f TMrs L FMattingIy visited Mrs John F Simms yesterday III Health is More Expensive Than arty Cure This country is now filled with people who migrate across thecontinent in all directions seeking that which gold cannot buy Ninetenths of them are suffering from throat arid lung trouble or chronic catarrh resulting from neglected colds and spending fortunes vainly trying to suflerebut r t neglected cold all this sorrow pain anxiety and expense could have been Remedyisalways be depended upon Use it and the avoidedFor TEXAS Mr land Mrs John HIIIard cglebrateif their golden wedding oneday lastweefe at the home of their sister Mrs W3L Phillips They Deceived several ntos presents All present report an enjoys able day i Mrs Ellen Wells and son visited heir mother Mrs Amley Powers one day last week V 1 YaIaro t L Mrs Susie Peterson who has bees ill for some time we are glad to say jg able to be out again Mrs W T Phillip who has beenll for some time is able to be put agtii Mr Frank Bead 9fVaUeyHilIi wa 1 in town yesterday f Mr Tom Williams of the PleasRun neighborhood will open a new store in our town the first olJanttatj Mrs Clem Cocanougher on the sick list this week li X PAIR VIEWz rr e Mrs Fred Cheatham Was m Btopm field one day this week 5 Mr Jas flardesty and family iv moved to the home of his mother ylrJL Fanny Hardesty J GeoMoul and John Green rereia town Saturday t t Mary Moore visited her grandfatlwr Friday School closed here Saturday Mrs L D Carney and children speat part of last week With her father Santa Claus Has been at our store and toJsupply everybodys wants Our line of v TOYSCannot be excelled- Dolls Tea Sets Beds Sets of Furniture Doll Buggies Doll Chairs Games Story Books Little Trick d Tin Toys etc 0 r Every kind of Toy on earth v irNuts pf all kinds and Apples Oranges Bananas Pears Oates Rasins Figsandthe nicest line CMas Av Candy in town i Fresh Oysters Celery Malaga Grapes On hand all time Katie Hertlein A Bro t I I t t r r = r A THE SPRINGFIELD SUN t WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15 1909 llf J tt u d irP = = = I r f Tt UHVfi tt W NOT1tIfKj S TQ r j t t Sale el Sasoa A FEW SUGGESTIONS TO 1jSTOP ERS AT j v The Mammoth Sale t q 4 +Reed every lies lrefuny The goode aree as represented Make out otirlitt and brim it with you H- No matter how threat the crowdIs ytp can always nerve you promptly ai4dwithout dais q RaAlroa Far 1 t1fn ell parch see b 9U ander to out fto1l HtOlRJnI J I TKEENT1RETQCkQP i IIKROME RlQJ leldw tq Be Distributed Homes People ufiJctureUil I tl The Infinity The sire III I1le1 fLk i satisliedesoi the one pur most assets We gained the values and arid are the vebplgby 1g the above Fire Smpke and Yalufbl could not make we offers of1 Iij order reduce our stock we have pounded our prices to the lowest point The best quality of Shoes Hats Furi ishings and very goods e now are yours in this sale lower prices than you of We will convince yot by prices of our value giving if you will give us a ejvertlreamed you our goods Oiirl are all neLthey havnt been on hand for twe The Senstipn of Dfiy VTheAVonder ofthe here wil be the most highly avalanche qf the hour ever brought together to beseerilna short time firm in in and variety any re t tail store In this country In this line tJ i MENS UNDERWEAR 5Qc Garmerita J KtfS 39c 100 Garments vVV 74ct 1 0Garn j 98c r i I Men OverShirts ri onl100 waluesL t 74 j LMeasWoohOvershirts L50 valuesj L19t J IQO 4c 5S t t t Men s Goats 75c values t41criji 200 vlue SLrl 350ValtteL t 4 rr tfiz sac j r i f t 25e Ties vJM19cL 5Oc i l S9c i r J Bpy s Knickerbocker Suits 200 and 250 yaiuea 129 j 43OOand A u s2md445Oiues 39 1 47l5J axdaoovalues JJ J8j j i Voun Men s Suits VaUJe 839 lOOO values 648 i t 800 values A8 750 values 498 i 321 valuei f j t J i Into The of The 2 r For LeSS Than Cost of The V of keeping waterbacked iJ DfyGoods Clothing NotonsThe majestic any quantity J Fl4j1JJr U Sweater t J500 SUITS v 2000 and 2250 Suits4 1647 1500 and JL800t Suits 1339 1250 Suitsp1000Su lts j4i4 v 743 4krir M i J V Men s OddtPants 150 values t aM 98- xa0 v hiesIit 197 350 values J IL I 233 iiwf values 3l39J r t 379 f Mens Corduroy Pants 1 LSOvaiuesA 98 j 200 talues L 197 i aOQuyalues i 241- t i ffihValue iJ 2791 J 7 Mens Overcoats ir750 values v 549 t 000 values v 649 1260Yalues 769 lOO v l s 1439 2000vaixfts itt 15 48 ilM V f Mens lists 75c values 49c JLpp values iVv81c2 vaiueiiA + 141 IWrWlueB 229 350 allues 2S59 M cir Caps t v23ij Wo BJaijketSjk 75c values lv4lc160 values 119 300 values 239 65OWoolen Blankets i 459 willt are Invites public Ye are doing as have always done Our business is on honesty We are making efforts to please our customers than any other town We are exclusive specialists the fitting of i weregard ass of service satisfaction of the theprice to at valuesr Neckwear 1250 lf1t iff Opalues tivij REMEMBER t ppsed of their stock to a good advantage preferred the stock m the homesI of the people who help make the career of THIS WELL KNOWN FIRM We t run our store to make a fake because our goods roe all new We Assure satisfaction Guarantee every price arid statement made here f Every article in the house markenfn ONE PRICE Lk X We are not eoing to leave town we expect stay to NOTIONS Brass Pins Rer paperVI rL Ic Safety Pins per paper iv rhimbteseach t Vv 3c Pearl Buttons per dozen 2c Side Combs per pair J 7c C 4omc Ladies 3f Ladies Handkerchiefs worth lOc egJe price 7c Mens Fine LmenHandkerchiefs and 15 cents sale price 7 rr 7c Calicoes Domestics arid Ginghams v Calico 5c and 6c quality for 4c L L Cotton 7c and 8c quality for 5c t Bleached Cotton 6c and 7Jc quality for 5c Bleached Cotton lOc arid l2 quahty for 8c shirting Calico 106 and 12ic quality for 8c Amoskeg Gingham lOc and 12c quality for9cD- ress q Goods Ladies Broadcloth shades worth iioo and L25 sale price 7 73c All wool Press Goods of all description 50c 75c and 85c qualitysale price r41c Flanneletts and Outingsl- Oc and 12icrFlannfelette K aitft 9c 15tf and 17Jc Flannelette llc lOc and l2ic Outings h 8Jc 6c and 7c OutingsLJ 42ic Everything Reduced 1ISOURGUARANTEEr J LADIES VESTS tAll wool Vests worth 100 and 125 sale price 83c 50 and 75 c plcq21c35andl Corsets 25 and 35c values at 19c 50 and 75c values at 100 and 150 values at 4c a Ladies 10c valuest vf iv7c15c values tt lie rji25c values 21c Fleece LIned Hose 25c values 21c Hose 15c valtles11cI- adiea tarn Hpse25cvalues21c- Ladles Shirt Waists 50c values au 41c 75c values 61c l j LOO values 73ct 125 values t 8cj 200 values 141 250 values 189 I Ladies Silk Waists 400 and 5450 values sale price 321 i isLadies Shirt Waists 250 values 169 350 values 27JL c 500 values L 8 41x 6 00 values 498 750 values t 598 Ladies Voile Skirts 1250 j The Chance of a lifefime To secureaUybfir needs at less than r sti v Come mind bring your pocket qko goods eepecmlly reduc ed that not advertised Bring your friends tugMammoth Sale of the season j 7 t r r patronage we founded greater store in in confidence people confidence by giving confidence methods Sheriff youtieed ripijt goods the Hour by Kentucky equalling its MENS Coorrduro1 V but placing entire don sale every customer plain figures TO to 2c Handkerchiefs vvortliab InaU Ladies l41c Hot FleeceLined early Many CHILDRENS CLOAKS 900 values u 598 750 values vw 658 500valces 369 400 321terV J Ladles Coat Suits + I 3000 and S5 00 values I r2250J 2250 values Mj iv 1749 1800 vues vv lvi449 1600 values s iL jvvi 12 43 1200valuea i lfvi889P- QO vahwsv JU 6u + J9 ft i v iVL t t Mens Hosiery JOe yalues 7c Mens Fancy Socks 15c values i llc Mens Fancy Socks 15c values 21c Mens Suspenders 25c values n n21c F 50c values t 43c t t a Mens Gloves j 25c values x v 2ic s50c values 7i v4 p 1 00 values n Mj80c lf 150 values 1iJi H tItEslTft t AT fiREAT REDUCTION J f1 We also jjit3800 pChildrenabigc tine o high Cuts among these will give you a big reduction on this lot We haventeJouih space in this Adyer r It tisen ent to priCes on them x During this sail we will fight the battle of our lives to unload this immense stock of merchandise that will wake up all the people of all parts of the countrytIJU 4 country ever seen The most gigantic undertaking ever known to man or woman in spite of the advanced prices TJ y J I sTeN your frieristcM your neighbors f tell everyone of this GREAT AND BEST SALE tHe country ever hadJ Never again will you have such golden opportunity to buy goods at such prices 3 L Tty u iBitflttattStiiW fthnliri task of Dry GoadsICliinCI Shoes Furnishings Millinery eta lz SIIJ NOW GOING ON r r e INext Door to Drug Storejtk Lf 1 jf KI r7 811OOUJ1 1IUJ aJI t i w i4l t r 00 o tJDurIofi ft Jt j ebiKtt ri Jf ri 7 rte trr t HlIt iltrrtflqt IV hetr + i alr zrr a n t s HE5PXIIfG l lJ SU W D1Q5nrt DECEJBER Trml L 2 4 Jf a 4v t tt Heaa Cri i qf it dS you f should z try r 1li1es Anttali Milt my not do 40 Jiy will relieve the 1 I jlSt a few inm hjrggistThereE me DV JSL Ask any of tlitoi A jjacfcafge of 25 duets cst4 25cents One tatkt USlIly stops a headache They resligve pain 1rithd ut e YiUgany dsareeable aftereffects isI t that what you wantsI seaDrtlBM H never hail anything to help Illeo ranch for headache A year ago he ehomeaftd 1 was down sick with such a dreddful nerv us headache gave me one of Ik AntiPain tHIs and after while I took another sand was entirely re lieved I alwas keep them in the house sow and gave many away to theta sufferings with headache KBS JX ISE LEWELLYL JPpwcU South Dakota AntPainonlyIfI Miles Medica Co ElkhartInd aimamIIEIJI a CLUBBING RATES WIT- HLOUISVILLE DAILIES LouisvilleZ 350 ThtJJunand Ute Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Samo includinj Sunday 8 20 The Sun the daily Courier Journal three days in the weefcJ 3 7 dailyCourierJournal in the week six mouths 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cotb lerJournal one year 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 3 J50 llJmHiIi1IJIIUIIdlaLJIlJtIr HAND tis YOUR ORDERS FORPIITJNG1 THE WORK IS TB THE PRICE IS t RIGHT 1 w ffJUflUcA sajti 1 tne m j Slogans hc DmESewing Mackinc mute lighter than any other tUitf longer than any a1r n1EE is more beautiful than a1yoJJiC- rhaais I vibration than any ether fREEIB caaier to operate than any other mEEmake a more perfect stitchrtkan any other 11J D1EEithe of all com noneEE CO CHICAGO n ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK C- Orent Springfield By- y t 11fiit tliiIiASHIAN MMT Clair 4 Lune Jt the LatMt Jhatu ktIlKint tt Uaai Rettled Qwn upon stulttbere comes about a new phase of it This t the clalrr de lint elimOO1iUiiitr1a eh ect rHtt Aiioht tueOtte rnaYehiatsith1fRRt- cifui aiaies a t t ieiUoke nd Ala SUAUT BtiAOK GOWN ka crape Both fabrics are quite ef J fectlve bu thererla nothing suggestive of their name lntbe texturgs nltl11tchic and easyto make It is most at muterajwith bust measure No and the skirt from 22 to inches vaist measure No 6332 tOIthiswarded to you by mail If In haste send an additional tvjp cent stamp for letterIlostage which Jhsurea more r livery WHAlj awCRNr TheiSmart Dressy Shoe For Hous- eWearJet 1i In High Faveri Shoes with iopeu iusteps strapped all the wayup abqve the ankles are very new and charming The straps are heavily beaded and seem to continue the craze for1 ijbe glittering and gor geous dress accessories of theday letiseems to have the final word of favor for Jewelry and trinkets It is used in every conceivable design Crosses small or large of dull or brig t jet are much Worn sus peed d from chains of linked jet Small jet pins for colUrs or shirt walstsa lKt jet buttons for everything are used Bandeaux and side combs pins and buckles are all made of this fashionable taaftrlaft And jet triin BOBBZ SHIRT WAIST nfug for cloth arid velvet gowns is indispensable The simple shirt wals ttbatls double breasted is a favorite one of the sea son and the model illustrated Us turn ed back to form the sIngle revers that Is most effective It will be found appropriate for 8Itwash materials silk fwooi cotton and linen Moire velours S1s being much used and in this fabric the effect is particularly good 1JUDICCHOLLET This May Ma ton pattern Is cut in sizes from 32 tb42 Inches bust measure Sent cents to this omce giving number and H will be promptly forwarded to you bvmnll If In haste send an addition too cent stamp torIletter postage which Insures more prompt de livery TO FIND FAULT P pU Ant finetime Fail fur That J Exp Par t IYou k ve no Idea lieu luaay things rong In Mg it a s8njitii JOK are petld to loyKifoc ttrtj q1 wrjtes Q Jtett Aura 14 Cojljerg T were tHucJQcksl LI tkiugt whgu1 kttrut- beettu The girls wore ton t1fany rsts to their Mild ttwr wax grease dn age elevator doors xiiovsive hats were- dumped one on HRother the ventilH Lion was bad the boxes on the shelves showed from the strtt t through the show windows and about a thousand ntlonlike Smith Co to be undersold 181 fataL Theres really uotb ng that so ehrnges Mr Smith also tyublriatelns window dresser lies heated tars too mt t1n C6JDown It goes In my little report Wouldnt any woman love my Job Yes Its fun to be paid for being a misanthrope but Its hard work At 9 oclock 1 begin my 1prnlfegade thruugu the storesdownstairs up stirs basement attlr andlanripx If a girl at the counter hnadlrty Huger nails or too wide a pompadour to suit me I stop and talk pIousiiQtly buy 0 cents worth of edging auil so get here number from the sales sllp She uev er knows anything about lit till her superintendent gives her it scolding the next day have ties like a hawk and a nose like a hound and ears like a small boy tInder the sofa vheu a young mans calling on big sister In ten muutes I have spotted the dust- in the corner of the aisle i girl jho wears brass bracelets a I1rter who is not attending to his duty a badlyrar rauged counter an error in spelling on a placard two store detectives loaf lag on their job and a hideous cum biuatluu of colors in toe front window 1 K9 to the Indies room and tnake anote of these things surreptitiously I dour dare go there top often though for fear ll be llentlfipdsnSODuthus J runbck to my office tWO blocks away i3o It goes till about 4 oclock hither and thither nigh andi yon look fag for trouble It doesnt ido a clerk any good to be uncivil to me 1 can tell you or to make me wilt too long for my change hut try to be fair and if find a particularly willing and considerate sates person dowu that name goes fu nay report too You might suppose that thereM be good In that but of course I keep iriy positionaonly so tong as the bead of the firm has absolute conHdeuce in my integrity The fuuuy put of it is that the inure I oinpliin thi better he likes It Im tike the opposition party in congress Im never satisfied When 1 amltll baVe to loak for an other position JAt 4 oclock l go buck tci my llttl0 office and dictate my reporl from my notes to a stenographer anc when its typewritten send If to the head of the firm When Fluck Was Slang The word pluik n r t an instance otthe wn111 which slang words In the P of time become adopted into current English We now meet with pluck und plucky as the recognized equivalents of court age and courageous An entry In Sir Walter Scotts Journal shows that In 1827 the word had n lyptlmtt Irs low character He says volume 2t page 30 1Itpt of that article black guardly called pluck Its origin Is obvious From early times the heart his been popularly regarded as the seukof courage Now when a butcher lays opeq a smears he divides the great vessels of the heart cuts through the wndplpe and then plucks out together the united hpnrt an- dIunsllgIis jie cans them and Vne terms the unltp mass the pluck London N tes and Queriesa Henry Ward Beechers wit On oho occasion ns Mr Beecher WitS in the midst of an IinpaBsioued sp ech some one attempted to interrupt him by suddenly crowing like a cock The orator however RAsequal to the oc ca ionJ He stopped 4 till the cr wiug ceased and theb with a look of surpVlJies pulled out his watch Morning nl ready1 he sold My witch Is only at 10 lint there can be no Irilstdke about It The instincts of the lower animals are infallible There was a roar of laughter The lower animals inthe gallery collaps ed and Mr I3eecher was able to re some as if nothing hnd occurred French Convicts Convicts who are sent to the French penal colony In French Julana are punIshed In exactly inverse ratio to their crimes The murderers and the most dangerous convicts are sent to the Island of Salvation where they lead lazy and healthy lives but the men convicted Jot lesser offenses work and die in a terrible climate on the COasttn the jsettlemcnt of St Jean de Maroni the mortn from 40 t 50 per cent JThe nyprage life of a convict Is two years Which WasIto Are we slaves or are we free then i thundered the orator I pause for a reply fSome of us rirp married came the answer from the last row of seats New York Sun An Opportunity Judge Do you swear to tell the truth the Whole truth Fair Witness It will be Just perfectly lovely If you really have the time to listen Harpers Bazar A little of this goes a long way KJildthe aerouant ns he flicked the nAb from His cigar Harvard Lampoon iI9J+ f 4iv shin Cards rS i lfourninfCafds rtLWedding Invitations 1 Reception Invitations tEtc Etc Iii m J J Anythint Yin Call Fir ItiXAIISII Ysw Anti Iii The Sun is prepared to take your order for Visiting Cards Invitations of all Kinds Etc in fact anything you ii ZJl1ay want in the printed line Will print or Engrave The Iir be tof work Guaranteed Come to see us t Ie Satisfaction Guar ntd iI Midcrate Pricis t 1tj We also make a specialty ofaI i lE JIve opes c f r o Jr SUflart I I oJt r i r t f I The Louisville TimesII 11 l = J t newt j r price of The Times is 5syear but you can gett Ji 1 The tSUS and The TIMES both one Year foroniy X350g xrIf you will send your order to this paperNOTto Timesc 1 tJc ft r t i y 1 1 t v Ji1 3 tt l i frs yCAFAEMeCALL PATTERNS Celebrated perfect fit limpUcityana re1ia iiezrly4y years neater CTcnr city ovn to United States and Canada or by mail direct More sold than any other male Scud fdr tree catalogue MedAtlS MAGAZINE More subscribers thin anyother fashion est laarazincZnUlliona styles patterns dressmakinr Ltj t1l1 n needlewo klmrnJres eti uette good stqrietr etc nlY iO ctnts a patternSubscribeWONDERFVL INDVCE1I S to Agents Postal brings ninm catalogue a 4 new prize offers AdUrcss AC HeCiUL C0 Ol N IM W nth sa MW Unit inPrint Sale Bills IMfMKTMilfHf f Ii and Wit eM kMdI oJI n m1lt1g tt1tM JM tI Irtkte r hew IUKr r emall the aia 1e Call at this = a4loek amp of etter heads usvvelope bsslii cards KM Wed dJag cetIH7 x II lliau with our work tad prieei will nit 111 wit wit RsuN ir PrlHlj 60 YEARtV EXPERIENCE PATENTS TRADC MARKS DESIGNS COFYRKJHTS Ac- A MHDdtn a sketch and description ma- yfJwcklacertaln our opinion an s pa te n Commnnlca tlonntrlctl NAiU1tIOltonPateets- sent free Ndest encyforsecuring PtetI Patanw receive soft wlthoulcharge lathe Sdentif flttierkan A Melt IUMtrafed weekly roan sir cula lo of any ItclenUllojoumal 1enna13 a ere tiirrcnti Hew Marrraek ce IV WtCHI D L i 1 LF n nBfBiiiiKnBiniBjwosjnnsjiniifjivB 4ifltr otl 1 I L and N Railroad Time Table t ig tITJ JIDailyaIll1 srotTa l it SpringfieldV 825 p m 1230 p m 7kfr m 11Anives atfa rd8town 730 U00 a m 66 t atBardStownJnngtYn 645 925 V 522i= 6rfX 820 430 I TIady Suny onjyj Daily Outgoing 42- No i ILeaves Springfield 650Lm 715 a m 100pm Leaves tewn 637Ie 800 220 IeiLeaves Bardstown Junctn 720 Ie 840Ie 4dO p m Arrives at Louisville 810Ie 935 Ie545p ml trs iltii9t UulltCltOllil uluimlllRltllitTJ I = RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place in a positions lj to get the latest market quotations at anytime This can be accomplished by means ot our telephone service which you arid your neighbors can et fr a sum that tssmallcorn s pared withthebepefits received Call or addtest our near est t tq headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special FARMERS t LINE rate If you are not at resent enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentuckyv Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the or of Indiana and IllinoisaCUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY i Incorporated t LOUfcltOUNDTRIPHOMESEEKERS FARES TO The West Southwest and Northwest VI t 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 1 ST Louis rO WITHOUT CHANfiE t 2 ST WITHOUT IiOuLYlsa CHAJME a1 7 I Tlckt on =ale First atnd Third Tuesday = InhMonth teturn Limit 26 Days from Date ef Fail RWMe fsres SttecWlttrH RNle rallAk ItjENN Ttp A tjtGAiDqiQC f t IOUISVI KY t rI w c I I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDKESDAY DECEMBER22 1909V t SiISts SSiseSsSSiSSiSSiSS1SSsHlr WEEKLY COURIERJOURNALjr Mwwy W Hirst B EdItrIIs amational Newspaper Democratic in j IL politics It prints all the news without jr fearjbr favor The regular price IS ICbo R sear but you can get the WEKLXIt 00tlRIER JOURNAL and k 4 t 1 TE SUNL E BdTI ONE YEAR FOR ONJSY i r r l 15O + j Il 1I 3 ii t uw give or send your ordejcic thi- spapernot to the Courier Journal 1 i t Daily CounefjJournar one year 6J o Aj Sunday Courier Journal one year G LOO i tWe can give you a combination cutrate pa Daily or Sunday if you will write this pacer 11iSS1SS StSsS1SSiO SSSS rToSanta Glaus 1 Springfield Kv Dec 10 1909 Dear S i ta ClaUsAs Xmas is so near and J have been real good this year I Ufht I would tell you what I want T rant a big doll with light curly hair in din lavendar with a fur hat on tyrant it trimmed in grapes Also a Ittte machine down to Miss Katie Hert feina and a story book Please dont 1 get my two iIttlecouins Louise and Ceuevieve KiedeU Will I wilts v f x dbye as that is all Iiwarit this year Toir little friend MAMIE GREENE earSanta ClausI am a little boy J years old and I wsnt to tell you what to bring me Bring a sad Jfantyoo a boy doll and a violin My sisters want a set of dishes a Christmas tree and lots fruits candies amTnuts of all kinds forI s jalii and dont forget John Neil my tt1cousin for lie has a broken arm smdj cannot write JOHN J AYNE SNYDER ADear Santai thought 1 would write jou a leterand let you know what sis rand I want Please bring me a set I clishes doll ring andpjano I have herff dresser dell and a set of vases and rittsof dandy oranges bananas jiuts ain ckewing gum and grapes Santa please dont forget Pa ha is aicki and cant leave home From your feiead Martha Thompson Y Dear Smte Claus1 will write you a letter to tell you whit sister and I want I want an automobile a wagon Sorn and wp Now Santa I will tell Ju what sister wants She wants a U doll and irdoll bed rocking chair and a set of dishes Now Santa please bring fruits for both of us Charlie Marksbury Dear Santa ClausI am a little boy nine yeas old and I want you to bring me a little train a toygun and a little wagon and horses in it ora 1g sap pies bananas figs raisins candy nuts dates grapes and fire crackers From a little friend Eddie Marksbury DearS nta ClausI willwrite you a letter to tell you what I want Bring me a doll and a doll bed a post card album ojranges apples bananas figs pesrP1easeMorean who liyes far away from here Roberta Marksbury Dear SantaI will write and tell you what I want for Xmas Please bring me a nice large doll buggy a boy doll a winter hat to fit doll Louise and lots of candy nuts bananas oranges arid grapes From your little friend Nellie Hyatt Dear Santa ClausAs it is almost Xmas I will write and tell you what I want you to bring me J want a set of dishes a set of furniture stove cradle for my dolt piano candy bananas oranges nuts sparklers Roman can dies and a package ot fire crackers Now Santa I will expect you on Xmas Eve I will be a good girl and go to bed early Please Santa do not forget the other good little girls and boys Thanking you for all these I am your little friend Viola Goodlett Dear Santa am a little boy nine years old and live six miles from town I want you to bring me a gunand some I 4 1i I l c 1PIlfr It lI 1 FREE I PREMIUMS tThe SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST offers more and bett r premiums I lI to club raisers than f ny southern vt paper sY This year we are giving away I tita16t of new and v iluabfe pesI Ieatssome things you never savvj I Y II Anybody can get up a cub for the SOUTHERN AGRtCULTURsTbe4 gause it isthe best paperpublishe r I fox southern farmersand the price t I I I is very reasonablej 4 4 I Write for free sample copy con taining attractive premium offers i I SOUTHERN IGIUCULTUftIS1 Ntshvilit Tiniiisstt L 1 I j ttit41 r p 1 t f ir r Constipation Remedy Free dinylife uldIandby that is meant without any help adaystipated and it is time you did something about itTYou will dHficultYLemI manylCthersDrCaIdweUsfriends go they bought Jt too and it Inra1sedIdtoroneiotb1ttempotabletscatharUcsomethIngbut prepalraUon notonlymuscles so that they learnagain to work without help A bottlei Apr1ceisize for families who have already found Tanddoctorso that you buyingIfyour ailment that you dont understand or If you want any medical advice Write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There is charge for this service IThe address is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Mt1ndlo nI or sale bYThe Red CroM Drug Stor i oranges apples bananas and candy Bring my little brother justwhat you bring me and please brin my little siateVf Mary a doll some dishes a little safe and some good things to eat am glad Xmas is near Goodbve Your little trlendDavid Payne 1Dear SantaI will write to let you what I want for Xmas Sister and 1 wanta doll apiece arid toy sewing machine to mike their clothes doll carnageVan automobile a set of dishes and a cooking stove some candy crack ers and apples And Santa please bring sister some good story books Oh yes I was about to forget I want a Teddy Bear A little friend Annie Fowler Dear SanIwillwrite you a letter to tell you wnat I want for Xmas Please bring me a tram automobile horn jumping jaclfand an air gun and some fire crackers and Roman candles and please bring me lots of oranges apples candies and plenty of things to eat I will be a good little boy Your little friend Cecil Roosevelt Coulter Dear Santai Thought I would drop you a few lines to let you know what I want for Christmas Please bring me a pair of leggins and a sleigh My younger brother J Paul wants an air gun and some BB shot You might also give us anything else you wish Thank youf or being so kuid to us Leroy Bishop Dear Santa Claus1 ri1a little girli ten years old I will tell you want for Christmas I want a doll with brown hair and blue eyes and blue dress 1 want a big Roman candle some fruits and candies Your loving little friend Margaret Moran Dear Santa I live near Wilhfcburg and have been a good little girl this year so please dont forget to come my way Bring me a nice writing desk large enough for my own use a little Bible a large doll and clothes for her Anything else you want to bring wwill be all right And Santa dont forget to bring me lots of nice things to eat Katharine Noel Dear Santa As this is my first let mllinytll1DJtS make a noise with I will leave it to you foryou know what little boys like but dont forget to bring me apples and all kinds bf nice things to eat and I will be as good as a little boy of my age could be Your little friend Roy Noel Women WhoAre Envied Those attractive women who are lovely in face form and temper are the envy of many who might be like them A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons show in pimples blotches skin omplexionForders They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth skin lovely complexion Many charming women oW e their and beauty to them 60c at Haydon ft Rob ertsons By The firelights Glow Shadows deepen as night shus down Over thefat1lf1 ousej smallarrd brown WindswetKy rirurd for fires that glow Within and temper the gales that blow Cheery faces and hearts stune Like lilt of birds on a day in June Can make that hearthstone a haven blest Where weary toilers may safely rest here in the firelights flickrmg gleam The old folks muse and the children dream For hope and memory are torches bright And age andy uth by their witching light Relieve the past make the future glow With pictures rare which the embers show nd side by side from the storm shut in oth dream or muse on the ight havebeen The tick of the clockand the cats low purr The snapping embers hurrying whir Up the chimney wide drown the storms wild din nd tell of the comfort and Warmth within Y hen howl ye blasts and ye tempest rage No war so fierce that your minions wage tHopes fire can quench nor dispel the glow That brighten those visions of long ago From November Farm Journal r Notice to Hunters r The following people announce that their lands are posted and they forbid hunting on their premises Parties caught hunting upon the lands of any of the undersigned will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law Moral Stay off and keen out of trouble C J HAYDON LUCINDA PAYNE DEERILEY Parties desiring theirnames placet in this list may have it done by paying 25c a name cash in advance ED j i For a Lame ack f I When you have pains or lameness in the back bathe two parts with Cham berlains Liniment twice 3 day massag ing with 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 mar be surprised to see how quickly the lameness disap HaydosThugCo FORCE rm Horace Whata tour fathers busI- ness my boyrBoyE asnt sot er business Horace I mean what does he work atBoyE doesnt work Va a police man Young Men Learn Telegraphy Take Advantage of Our Great Special Offer 1 Life Scholarship in TELEGRAPHY TYPEWRITING AND RAILROAD AGENCY reduced to 45 and 250 of students railroad fare paid Boys this is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to learn a firstclass trade that pays a good salary every month in the year Excellent board at low rates Newnan hasde lightful climate 8000 inhabitants moral surroundings Students qualify in 4 to 6 months Our graduates POS POSITIONSpaying Easy and pleasant employment rapid promotion Diplomas awarded GREAT UEMANDFO TELEGRA OPERA TORS Write today for our Free 64page illustrated Catalog which gives full particulars Southern School of Telegraphy Box272 N NAN GA t t CpZV L aNlHS f Speaklngor tfapjptrdenHmrtaliU randa 1r Y f ldldut knpwwe were sfveaklrijp of the garden ray dear said 1T Speaking of the garden repeated Miranda in a tone which hivefears ed admits of no trivial rejoinder bow much space did you think we would allow for the Sowers this veur Really my lora l hadnt thought T suppose a couple of ncresuso will be aboulalr we can attend to 1 bad glanced away from neraud forgotten the tone Curtis t presume yoti know wad speaking seriously Really beg your pardon I said quickly1 as much as last year not too much possibly a little less just about what yon think necessary My wife looked at tne vvitha very search lag deputy sheriff sort of gaze Her father was the head of a Vigilance committee out nestduring jthe fifties and spmetijuca tset the sold mans soul In the girls eyes I dont believe yon rar anything about it sue said Here was n domestic tempest to be stilled and I aWoke to the occasion as a lazy man most always does when be thinks it wrth while 1 pulled a stool to her cb4irnnkl for five minutes talked flowers and horticulture with enough zek lam o conceited as to believe In earlier daya to have won uie a po sition of some sort with a seed store My dear wife and fairy adviser I assure you with all Diy heart said that ever since the wind has had In It the slightest warmth of suininern love I have been thinking nbout the garden and trying to form couplets containing both the rose of Sharon and the bowers of cozy corners Urapbr saidLlraudasTrue I may not believe It M countenance may not have shown it eveul the milk than may not have suspected It She gave we a push und l sat on the loot Instead of on thL stool The niilkumu she exclaimed with a show of Indignation A mistake trIed You tnow sometimes wake them As I was go Ing to say when you Interrupted me Suppose did Its all right but asl was going to saYth flower garden his largely occupied my mind since the advent of spring bad thought I would spade up tbe east corner of the lot for the small stuff There oil the little slope they will get the earljf sun and the shade during the hot hours Not so bad said mv wirk We can put the roses under the trees again Down near the1 creek Is some black soif that will make them prosper as never beforei Go on1f she said and Mils time she smiled We will have tbe beds alt protected by wire this season You can order all you want from the catalogue and we will make an expedition or our selves tend incidentally wjiste our money on a few bushels of weed potatoes and the like Out In tiba woods I have marked two new specimens for the rockery Our collection of ferns can be Increased by a visit to Ran dalls creek toLov lyshe cried These in brief your ladyship are a few of the suggestions that have oc curred to me in connection with the adornment of our landscape TJie snunball shall be niulclied lad trim med for its meaning Is thoughts of heaven the calla lily the vjolet the daffodil the dahlia which means forever thine Why th daffodil she Idltm- eanR deceitful liope It Willl replied grabdlioquently remind me o2 tbe elusive visions of my youthrr Its too had she replied but she laughed as she said so And what else Sir Gardener shall we biebold on your soil The jonquil gladiolus and the cle matis are among my favorites The first means can you return my love I know It Why didnt you propow by wearing ItT 1 didnt want to be kept In sue pease I replfe4We will have the azalea for temperance the bittersweet for truth the daisy for innocence the nasturtium fot patriotism t evfotet for faithfulness and raise aj bed of flux for domestic industry Her laugh now rang out so clear that I felt myself be a very freat diplO- mat Indeed T Voure a dear old confidence man after aitr she saId and 1 jam only pulling your hair to make yoju wiser You have Qbbf d very badly You dont know most of those flowers when you see them But the confJdlogwlfe- lo the deceitful husband Its the old story Y She run to the piano and struck up Marching Through Georgia Our dog thu faithful Aggravator afose ind yawned The cat suggested that It was time to eat I opened the west dqor presently and a storm was to be seen gathering Great black clouds had assetnbled to pour their vials of replenishment upon the expectant rth u Ob Im so glad she cnled joyous 1yuUs going to be a good old fash loned thunderstorm We wont have potthearid get your work doner1 Diplomatic Y IrscraWf rdaowevrdldilllbe get her husband to trim the iRtmsi tree Mrs CrashawSbe trld bill his taste was so bad1 that she wqudnt let ilm do ItAPuck r l ViJ IE itsILiErn1lNriimat NEipNc 1fyawaithErsivlbraiIagbett Thmtd fCAMMMiSew1ngachl TMF HFW HAHf MWHII I ILtUHtf MflMioMf1 Orange M MU Y l4anysewing machineiare matfe to sell ugsp i ttquality but the New MtM is sSe e Our taaratr nerlr set ig y athr13dldelrIsMW SUISCIIEIFIE CltWW t sfhist iaco4heUnder this head nil persons frho M e wtb scriberstoThe Sun m y tl ehei advertisements ot wheat earn oatsas d Hkir ira Ud ciLand t te sertedinanoth departmo at 6Tjh atvery low rates for cash Jt tag but the above aaentionc Iwin be THL MM Sam Tftay Leb no f Jtts 1forale 45 firstclass stock ewe Wit Mil m bunches to suit pure iftaeni Y oy8prlflcelalaserels at 100 r XyItflBoxcorn will sell reasonil le YWiH Mtll MI lots of 25 bushels or all J B Peyton Rt hufshsafine PolandChina mala hot about lyear old Wants to sel at oftct Tele phone 45 Miss Julia Parrott1Rt 3 hu for sale Bourbon Turkeys Pfor JriRt3InasforToms2 for Hens EdgjQ Wilson has ortsaI18l bftrrek ofcorn TelephOneSprineldexehIae bttJaIister T JGnves Spri fieM has IOr WterMaDleshad W G Grundy Rtlros Tur ae a Registered Shorthorn B II For Sale200 bushels bf eerrn in ned Apply atoeto sJ rIILt 1 King Comstock RtI1osssI75 gallons of 8Or r Mrs B D LaM Spnr fttiifi tfrsale Buff Orpingtonpu1lt Rttbes1taIstwoand the other 6 Dr John Deboe Rt 4waes to buy a goodentIe family hp or mu9 7BarredLIubb and Ringlets a raiiw creed100 each orders soon before they creel sold Mrs R B Crefor itJtonefjj Rt 1 has fO rsaie Pure Brai Barred Ply RMChickMrs Sam Tucker Rt khU fer atkpure bred Rhode Iskwi Red Roeattn andPuliets IIc each n TIE SUN ami TIMES IThe S x aad Coerr i1 ai- f tt Wb1i = w SEWING MAcHpL IROLLER alA IcHIGHGMADK J SfVVCj i1Q IbySTRONGEST GUAKAjNTjlE National Sevinf JltciiM C BPLVIDER RUZ4OI5